20,000 symbols across the Indo-European languages addressing specifically the speech-using species. Recorded the symbols on 3×4″ filing cards. Placed them on walls to help connect the dots and examine them in their inter-relationships. Selected 10,000 of the most recent and relevant. Looked at etymology, origins, borrowings, cultural imitations, intended message, historical development, linguistic techniques and formulas used, purpose of symbol, actual meaning, modern usage and recurring patterns in them and analyzed them to see how they influenced language, mind, knowledge and truths. Breaking the Patriarchal Code, 1996, Knowledge Ideas & Trends, Manchester CT US. While in France researched in London, Oxford, Leeds and Paris guided by sociology Professor Paul and Dr. Mlle D’Archambault, Dean of Archaeology.