Caesar’s ‘Veni Vidi Vici!’ Sanskrit, Latin or Both? 

Veni, Vidi, Vici! 'I Came, I Saw, I Conquered!' 
Julius Caesar 47 BC

Veni, Vidi, Vici! ‘I Came, I Saw, I Conquered!’ 
Julius Caesar 47 BC

A brief look at these three Latin words reveals an obvious yet obscured phenomenon. Though Latin, this famous phrase of Julius Caesar’s is in fact almost Pure Sanskrit…

VIDI translated as ‘I Saw’. This is the Sanskrit word(s) VEDA/ VIDHI / VIDHYA. Meaning Knowledge, Truth, Understanding. And yes Vidi Veda are indeed related to the word Video. 

Veni = Vani  = Want

Vidi = Vedi = Verify

            Vici = Vijai = Victory

VICI translated as ‘I Conquered’ is clearly the Sanskrit word VIJAYA / VIJAI meaning Victorious, Conquer, Triumphant. 

VENI translated as “I Came’ finds a direct correlation with the Sanskrit word VANI meaning Want, Desire, Wish, Obtainment, all words that indicate a pursuit of a goal reaching something or somewhere. 

Veni Vedi – Caesar Arrives and Comprehends
Vici – Caesar Accepts Vercingetorix Surrender

As to why such primal Latin words are basically Sanskrit the answer is simple yet deep, for it is a vast subject. 

The VERDict of the eVIDence is that VEDIC Sanskrit is VERIly found at the foundation of eVERY language spoken by humanity.

(Note: According to the rules of linguitics, the letters R &D are interchangeble I”ve therefore used Capitalized letters to emphasize the many English words like verdict, verily, verify that are derived from the Sanskrit word Veda.)

Test the VERAcity of this by ViSually noting this VERDICt whenever such words are used. They always refer to the truth and facts of a topic or situation. 

And as we see, it is not English alone that has Sanskrit at its core. For Sanskrit is the oriiginal Mother Language, the hypothesized Nostratic proto-language spoken at the very dawn of human history. 

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