aUI was developed by Dr. John Weilgart. It means Space Language. Of the various synthetic languages, aUI probably has the best balance between being compact, and conveying meaning well. In aUI, every letter always stands for one basic, core idea. More complex ideas are built up from these letters. Each letter is also indicated as a symbol, that reflects its meaning in some way. aUI is a fascinating language. The first thing a student of a foreign language does, though, is to get a good language dictionary. We present this to you as a useful supplement, to help your study of aUI. Why create a new language, when we already have plenty of languages? Dr. Weilgart would answer that by saying that aUI is a language of pure concepts. He worked with a Nazi, after the war, who was obsessed with dying for the glory of Hitler. The Nazi realized that glory was feeling like God, and asked why he should die, so Hitler should feel like God. Dr. Weilgart was able to help the man to grow in spiritual awareness. Dr. Weilgart worked with persons considered insane, in the society of his time, using aUI, to bring clarity to their thinking. His second book goes into considerable detail, on relationships between concepts. We have enjoyed studying Esperanto, yet it is a generic sort of Western language. Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew, and related languages are descendants of what had to have been a language synthesized more than about 6,000 years ago. Arabic is still about 80% regular. Hopi, and other Native American languages, are utterly fascinating, and reflect a very different cosmology. Benjamin Whorf noted that the Hopi language has two verb cases, an actual, in the sense of happening in particle reality, and a virtual, in the sense of exsting in potential, in the quantum wave field. We particularly enjoy studying the non-mathematical portions of Quantum Mechanics, as they appear to be a reflection of Native American metaphysics, to us. In 1954, Robert A. Heinlein described a language that was extremely efficient, and full of meaning. We have looked for that language for decades. aUI is the closest we have been able to come, to that language. A change in viewpoint can change one’s entire life. Language is only a set of viewpoints. Language is not real. The only thing that is real is direct experience, which is then cut up into meaning, with words. Experience is sliced differently, in different languages. We have particularly enjoyed working with aUI, to create this dictionary. Thinking, and the polarized mind, while useful, bring on states less than these, in a state of not-wholeness. We see high level concepts in aUI. Westerners do not seem to understand polarity, of the Yin Yang sort described by Orientals. It shows up clearly, in aUI. The Hopi use the word koyanisqaatsi to describe Western culture. The meaning is roughly that of a society extremely out of balance, or insane. A large part of that cultural insanity is based in language, and related concepts. Dr. Weilgart said he developed aUI to address that. There is a cosmology, in aUI. Some of it includes a concept of unity, in the heart, where the natural, default state includes bliss, contentment, creativity, ecstasy, happiness, joy, love, peace, play, and all that makes life worthwhile. There is an implication that the purpose of life is finding, and then sharing, joy. Dr. Weilgart implies that he was taught aUI by what people used to call a “little green man”, or alien, from another planet, when he was a boy. Was this said tongue-in-cheek, in jest? I don’t know. The language is none the less fun to play with. We trust that this dictionary will assist you in your study of aUI, and add joy to your life, as it has to ours. And, who knows, if the little green people decide to make themselves known, perhaps this dictionary would prove far more useful than it might seem, at this time.