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What the hell is a "pseudo-anagram", and how can "Rebena Te Ra" be, in any conceivable way, any type whatsoever of anagram of "Governs the Stars"? Taking out common letters (r e e n a t r) still leaves the totally dissimilar "bea" and "govshsts". Now, if "Rebena Te Ra" is a translated phrase (I can certainly see relevance of Ra to stars), then there might be something to the claim, but it should be explained without using terms like "pseudo-anagram"!
A pseudo-anagram is a thing that looks like an anagram.
Rebena - Gobierna, Governs
Te - The
Ra - Stars
The three words that conform the name are similar as a set, structurally, to the phrase "Governs the Stars". I think it is no coincidence since such a construction is common in Spanish, French, Italian and, so it would seem, most Western European languages.But feel free to remove it. It is speculation.
I see your point, but you can't say that "Rebena Te Ra" is a pseudo-anagram of "Governs the Stars", for three very good reasons:
- You'd have to make the "Gobierna" replacement first
- "Ra" isn't "star", he's an ancient Egyptian sun deity. The connection is there, but they're not the same
- Even if you ignore the above two, it's still not a pseudo-anagram. If the structure is in the same order, it's not an anagram
Tera is also Japanese for temple, usually a Buddhist temple, but could also be used for the kind of Mayan-looking structure in the game. Probably unrelated, but nonetheless interesting. 126.96.36.199 03:08, June 23, 2012 (UTC)