Did you notice that the term words is an anagram for the term sword? Switch the letter “s” in the term words to the front and you get the term sword.
Words are like swords because they can be used to harm you. In a way, words are more powerful than swords for the reason that they can harm or heal you at the deepest levels of your being.
In Greek, the term word means logos. The word logos is defined as “the source that controls the universe, the written word or inspiration of God, or a logic and rational argument.”
In ancient Greek philosophy, the word logos is defined as “the controlling principle in the universe.” (more on Logos)
How language is used, and how words interact with one another, is of paramount importance in understanding the law.
We all speak Phoenician each day without even knowing it. The issue is that we were never taught in school yet we use words each day to say one thing but to actually mean something else.
phonics (n.) 1680s, “science of sound,” from Greek phone “sound,” from PIE root *bha- (2) “to speak, tell, say” (see fame (n.))
What is definition? Is it a statement of the meaning of a term or word. Or is it something else? Is it Deaf Phoenician? That could since the Phoenicians and the Canaanites have defined the way that we speak. Or the way that we listen or hear each other.
He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. Matthew 11:15
This is a map of the wheel-ruts of modern English. Etymologies are not definitions; they’re explanations of what our words meant and how they sounded 600 or 2,000 years ago.
The dates beside a word indicate the earliest year for which there is a surviving written record of that word (in English, unless otherwise indicated). This should be taken as approximate, especially before about 1700, since a word may have been used in conversation for hundreds of years before it turns up in a manuscript that has had the good fortune to survive the centuries.
Deaf Phoenician = Definition
This is why we languish (Old French languir “be listless, pine, grieve, fall ill,” from Vulgar Latin *languire, from Latin languere “be weak or faint”) with our deaf-inition of language.
Alpha-Beta are the first two letters that make up our language
Once you start to understand the meaning of words, you will start to see this reality.
There are 4 things to consider:
1- Definitions need to be understood
2-Etymology of the words needs to be studied (study of the origin of the word)
3-Phonics is utilized in everything. This is where the Phoenicians are attached into Phonics
example: C / Sea / See
4-word-splitting; the practice of splicing words in various ways to find “hidden” elements contained within them. Here we pickup part of the words
example: prefix and suffix
An easy example of word-splitting is LANGUAGE = LAN / GU / AGE
Lan = Monster that protects the noble ones
Gu = the god of war
Age = the age of the zodiac
So the final meaning of this word is: monster of war that protect the noble one’s or golden gods throughout the ages.
“Why do we have noses that run and feet that smell?” ~ Author Unknown
El-ections, Selections, Mis-Directions
When people vote, where do they do so?
In a voting terminal or polling/poling station. In actuality, people are volting, no voting, because they are going to the polls which are the electric battery poles of positive (+) and negative (-) to place their volts on the candidate that they want to see out in charge. The pole-atician that receives the most volts (“votes”) is the one that is going to be put into the position of power. It’s not called power politics for nothing.
The “Electoral college of electors” are the ones that actually determine who will be President – not any popular vote, poll, media, or statistic.
is Not subject to
exclusive legislative power
Almost anyone can
become an elector.
Did not have to be a registered voter
or a party member.
Currently, there are
538 elector positions.
It now takes 270 Electoral Votes
to win the Presidential Election.
“Registering to vote” is an admission that the declarant is subject to the exclusive legislative power of the corporate Congress and is a 14th Amendment citizen residing in federal territory.
“…the right to vote at any election… is denied… except for participation in rebellion, or other crime…” –Section 2 of the 14th Amendment, U.S. Constitution
Rather than remaining a state national, one becomes a U.S. citizen participating in the rebellion by voting in the corporate government system and or signing up for benefits and privileges.
“Stop and think for a moment as to voting. When you vote for an office to be filled in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA or one of its SUB-CORPORATIONS (THE STATE OF TEXAS), you have voted to fill a fictional corporate position designed to represent the CORPORATION, not a political position to represent the people. All elections in the “United States” are nothing more than proxy fights in a board room!”
–Ed: Brannum (Secretary of Privatization;
Provisional Government; Republic of Texas)
So far, the readers might be saying to themselves; WHAT!? Precisely! WATT!
A watt is a unit of power that is equal to 1 joule per second. And this correlates with the situation when people say that someone isn’t very bright because they need to ask the same question over and over gain. Watt? Watt? Watt?…
That person is said to be dim because they are not en-light-ened. You could, of course refuse everything that is being shown, but that just creates a negative ionic polarity charge within your own biology, hence to re-fuse because a fuse is an electrical device that interrupt the flow of current if it becomes overloaded. I trust that this will not con-fuse the readers.
The use of the word ‘pin‘ is the reason that banks get you to use a ‘pin‘ number when using a bank card. Don’t quite agree yet? Well, the Spanish word ‘borne‘ translates as ‘terminal” and “point of a connection to current of electricity.” When people travel to and from airports or bus stations where to they arrive and depart? At the terminal.
When you use your credit card you are “charged”, as in a “charge” card.
“If the English language made any sense, lackadaisical would have something to do with a shortage of flowers.” Doug Larson
Finance, Banking and Law
We go to the river Bank and fill out a deposit Slip. We use our Current-Sea to buy goods, while accounting with our Liquid, Ill-iquid and Frozen assets while the Vatican rules over all because it is also known as the Holy-Sea.
Common Law is also known as Mar-(Sea)– itime Law where trusts were created by the Vatican in the 14th and 15th centuries that created the Roman Latin Laws we still use today. This is why we must use a Latin Dictionary (Black’s) to decipher legalese in court.
The Testamentary and Quest Cue Vie Trusts placed all “lost souls” at Sea so when we go to court we sail in on our citizen-ship to argue about loss and damages of our contractual relation-ships, partner-ships, ownerships, etc. (source)
When we enter the court (to play ball?) to see who will win, we enter the Docket, (where a ship berths), as the judge (captain) rules down from three blue Freemasonic levels on high with his Phallic gavel to determine who is liable to us cargo that was lost at sea. You See?
Also, when you are born, you slide down your Mother’s birth (berth) canal and land on your “berth” certificate, where the hospital is paid to regis-ster (regis = regal, crown and ster = to enroll) so that the banksters can account for you into securitized debt from the bankruptcy the United States never got out of since 1933.
“‘I am’ is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. Could it be that ‘I do’ is the longest sentence?” ~ George Carlin