We are taught two ways of writing the alphabet, and two ways of saying it, yet we’re taught this weird way of using them together than never really explains itself, and makes for clunky issues in translation and pronunciation because of the odd, truly inexplicable ‘rules’ around the use of the lower-and-upper case alphabet and language.
When we learn languages, that’s a bit like installing a new application on an operating system. You can think of the alphabets as the machine code, but the languages that use those alphabets as applications.
You may have noticed that peoples who share similar alphabets, yet still can’t understand each other will be culturally similar, and vice versa. This is due to peculiarities that come from the ‘machine code’ of the alphabet, not the language itself per se.
So why is it we can’t understand each other easily, despite using the same 26 characters and similar sounds?
In the N9l Project, Darren offers a new way of looking at the relationship between alphabets, phonetic and language in a way that resolves and lot of the problems currently experienced in English, while delivering what can only be considered a true ‘operating system upgrade’ to the mind, which exists beyond and beneath ‘alphabets and languages’.
Welcome to the end of Capitalism, and the beginning of Kapital.