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    Did you know language is used to cast spells on us? 

    Spelling = the use of magical incantations
    Days = a mindless state
    Week = incapable of offering resistance
    Morning = what we do over a death of a loved one
    Awake = what we attend when someone dies
    Mind = the result of removing resources


    It's no wonder more people die Monday morning than any other time.

    What other spells exist in the English language? Are there words we can use to create more positivity?
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    Posted on 03:23:15 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    Words are powerful, but it is the intention with which they are spoken (and released) that creates good or bane outcomes.
    Here is a little ditty I recite from time to time: "Deflect the negative, accept the good; affect all those as karma should."

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    Posted on 18:38:33 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    Words are powerful, but it is the intention with which they are spoken (and released) that creates good or bane outcomes.
    Here is a little ditty I recite from time to time: "Deflect the negative, accept the good; affect all those as karma should."
    Yes and no. We subconsciously react to words positively or negatively all the time.

    I recall a while back a psychological study about the word 'decide.' It creates anxiety because of it's relation to other negative words: suicide, homicide, genocide, pesticide. It's powerful enough that in business the word decide is discouraged. Instead words like choose are encouraged. They do still relate to negative words like lose or booze, but are not as exclusive tied to negativity. Snooze for example is typically considered positive.

    Swear words too. Though swearing as an act relieves stress, hearing swears creates stress and anxiety. f**k as an example, does this purely based on the sound. It's not about the meaning of the word but the hard fff and ck sounds.
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    Posted on 20:16:56 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    Interesting.  And you reminded me of one of my favorite quotes by the Canadian band Rush:
    "If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice." From the song "Free Will".

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    Posted on 21:01:33 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    Interesting. And you reminded me of one of my favorite quotes by the Canadian band Rush:
    "If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice." From the song "Free Will".
    Indeed.

    When I talk about language spells it's more about word association and what our mind is taught.

    The initial examples I gave (spelling, calendar association) are not accidental or coincidental choices in our language. Spelling and learning how to spell are directly linked to the idea of casting spells because words are what incantations are made from. The English education system was built to make mindless factory workers and the language we have been taught through this system reinforces the Mon-Fri slave mentality (which was everyday back then.)

    Another term used commonly is body. Everybody and somebody is common language which refers to us the same way we refer to a corpse. In fact, legally a 'person's is a corpse, but I won't get into that.

    A more obvious way to look at this is how we refer to people we don't want to think of ad people, or people we don't want to think of themselves as people. Slaves is a word we use to tell ourselves and others that someone is lesser. When they are told this, they believe it. Just like when someone calls a woman fat. Even if she's thin, it can create doubt in her mind. Words are powerful tools. We create nicknames for enemies in war and racist slurs to remove the humanity from people. Today this is pushed through the liberal agenda of 'identity' which makes the pool of identification so watered down that people can not identify as man, woman or even human. This removes the humanity and creates further division between us as people. This is essentially a spell.

    If I look at you and say, "I love that haircut," you'll likely have an unplanned reaction of feeling good. I've used words to cast a spell to release endorphins in your body.

    Likewise, if I look at you and say, "Wow, look at this worthless piece of shit," you will have either a reaction of anger or self pity. Again, using words I cast a spell which alters your mental and emotional state.

    We don't realize how words affect us everyday, but we literally go around casting spells on each other.
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    Posted on 21:05:39 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    It is a fascinating perspective you share.  What brought you to this concept, belief, and/or discussion?

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    Posted on 21:42:44 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    It is a fascinating perspective you share. What brought you to this concept, belief, and/or discussion?
    If I am to be honest his, this has been mostly on the spot contemplation whilst pooping.
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    Posted on 22:10:45 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    I made this thread a while back with a bunch of similar phrases. Cool to see that the topic has popped up again, so I'll add some new words here.

    planet = plane + t (flat earth confirmed?)
    news coverage = to cover up news
    meditate - is supposed to come from the idea of bringing to the middle or balancing
    violence - violation of rights (not to be confused with self defense)

    Some I found in Mark Passio's talks about natural law and new age deceptions.

    Not sure if these words can bring positivity in their own right, but I think the knowledge could help towards it. Especially if it helps us to be mindful of how we speak or notice what kind of information we tend to read/consume.

    If the English language was constructed for the very purpose of using it against people by the 'dark magicians', then I'm not sure how many phrases with genuinely positive meaning or effect we can find. But that's an 'if' and when popular language, interpretation and perception won't be steered by the occultists anymore, maybe we can create something better.
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    Posted on 22:25:28 - 08/03/21 (7 months ago)
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    It is a fascinating perspective you share. What brought you to this concept, belief, and/or discussion?

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    If I am to be honest his, this has been mostly on the spot contemplation whilst pooping.
    LOL, honesty IS the best policy.  Why is it that inspiration strikes in the restroom?  Acoustics magnifying access to the collective consciousness? :D

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    I made this thread a while back with a bunch of similar phrases. Cool to see that the topic has popped up again, so I'll add some new words here.

    planet = plane + t (flat earth confirmed?)
    news coverage = to cover up news
    meditate - is supposed to come from the idea of bringing to the middle or balancing
    violence - violation of rights (not to be confused with self defense)

    Some I found in Mark Passio's talks about natural law and new age deceptions.

    Not sure if these words can bring positivity in their own right, but I think the knowledge could help towards it. Especially if it helps us to be mindful of how we speak or notice what kind of information we tend to read/consume.

    If the English language was constructed for the very purpose of using it against people by the 'dark magicians', then I'm not sure how many phrases with genuinely positive meaning or effect we can find. But that's an 'if' and when popular language, interpretation and perception won't be steered by the occultists anymore, maybe we can create something better.
    I refuse to believe any group has so much power they can make an entire language malevolent. I think that falls into the category of fear mongering for financial gain. Context matters a lot and I think there's plenty of positivity in language when you aren't seeing everything through a shaded lense.

    For example, at a molecular level water changes shape based on the sound vibrations around it. When words like hate and fear are spoken around water, the molecules take on jagged and uneven forms. When words like love and happiness are spoken around water they take on smooth and symmetrical forms. It would be a hard thing to convince people 'love' is a bad word. After all, it's the opposite of evol (evil.)

    On the same topic I was thinking about the word harmony. It stands out to me as it has the word harm embedded in it. Check this out...

    Harmony = harm oni
    Oni = demons (read up on them for full context)

    Harmony refers to singing in unison and carrying a pleasant tune.

    Positive belief systems and aspects of religion point to music, in many ways, as the ultimate positive. It brings people together, it speaks to our soul, humans are naturally inclined to create music, it's the language of love, harmonious frequencies and tones have healing properties (especially emotional and mental.) In short, angels sing and demons scream. The word harmony appears to tell us how to dispel evil.

    The more I consider the subject the more aware I am of the language I use and what I say around others. It seems to me the "power of positive attraction" and similar theories are literally the result of the spells we cast on ourselves and those around us.

    Fascinating world we live in.
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    Posted on 22:53:05 - 14/04/21 (6 months ago)
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    Words of Power have existed as long as language itself it's all in the enunciation and pronunciation just like with Crowley and abracadabra it's not pronounced the way it's spelled and it said as a mantra instead of a single word to make something appear to help Bugs Bunny running from the monster it's similar to the word used by Solomon as the true name of God Tet·ra·gram·ma·ton or the word ohm used by Buddhist monks or check out John. Dee Enochion excuse spelling as I'm am using talk to text which is supposed to be the language of angels But there again it's all in how they're pronounced or said or enunciated or what are the inflections or layed in the syllables just like going back to abracadabra no one knows how Crowley pronounce that word he never pronounced it out loud in front of anybody you just wrote it down and said it worked as the word of magic Words of Power existed in ancient Egypt there was words that you couldn't say because of the power it's the same thing as why Catholic Exorcist wants to pervert the name of the demon that is possessed somebody because the perversion of that name is taking the power from it
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    Karma= makes you calmer

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    Did you know language is used to cast spells on us?

    Spelling = the use of magical incantations
    Days = a mindless state
    Week = incapable of offering resistance
    Morning = what we do over a death of a loved one
    Awake = what we attend when someone dies
    Mind = the result of removing resources


    It's no wonder more people die Monday morning than any other time.

    What other spells exist in the English language? Are there words we can use to create more positivity?
    Did you know some people make up utter shit to try and gain attention?

    I know, it's weird!

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    It's an interesting concept, though one that leaves a few obvious questions marks in my opinion. If what you state is right, it is either limited to English, why would it be, or it varies per language, which doesn't really make sense because that would, for example, mean that only in English speaking countries more people die on Monday mornings. The examples you give in your post do not apply to both Dutch and German, languages I speak fluently. I do agree words can be extremely powerful, even more powerful than anything physical when used right, but I find it hard to believe our languages were manufactured for mind control.
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    It's an interesting concept, though one that leaves a few obvious questions marks in my opinion. If what you state is right, it is either limited to English, why would it be, or it varies per language, which doesn't really make sense because that would, for example, mean that only in English speaking countries more people die on Monday mornings. The examples you give in your post do not apply to both Dutch and German, languages I speak fluently. I do agree words can be extremely powerful, even more powerful than anything physical when used right, but I find it hard to believe our languages were manufactured for mind control.
    I don't know if they were or not, but I'm not much of a believer in coincidence.

    When English formed it was the commoner tongue while the powerful spoke mostly French, even in England. German was another language of the ruling class.

    It's also impossible to believe an entire language was manufactured, but specific words could be. The Romans incorporated Pegan ritual into Christianity to merge the belief systems. This is where the symbol of the cross and the use of a Christmas tree came from, which are prevalent symbols people believe have different meanings even today. Even Christmas day is based on the winter solstice, not Jesus' birthday.

    If the Romans can have that kind of impact on our society, surely the English, who were well known for cultural assimilation and manipulation, could have created some language coding.
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    Peritus [2671472]

    It's an interesting concept, though one that leaves a few obvious questions marks in my opinion. If what you state is right, it is either limited to English, why would it be, or it varies per language, which doesn't really make sense because that would, for example, mean that only in English speaking countries more people die on Monday mornings. The examples you give in your post do not apply to both Dutch and German, languages I speak fluently. I do agree words can be extremely powerful, even more powerful than anything physical when used right, but I find it hard to believe our languages were manufactured for mind control.

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    I don't know if they were or not, but I'm not much of a believer in coincidence.

    When English formed it was the commoner tongue while the powerful spoke mostly French, even in England. German was another language of the ruling class.

    It's also impossible to believe an entire language was manufactured, but specific words could be. The Romans incorporated Pegan ritual into Christianity to merge the belief systems. This is where the symbol of the cross and the use of a Christmas tree came from, which are prevalent symbols people believe have different meanings even today. Even Christmas day is based on the winter solstice, not Jesus' birthday.

    If the Romans can have that kind of impact on our society, surely the English, who were well known for cultural assimilation and manipulation, could have created some language coding.
    True, a lot of the festive and sacred items, dates, symbols and whatnot we use have never been proven real and/or authentic, nor have they been irrefutable linked to any other events. In fact, many things have seen their original meaning and symbolism change over time, always through human action. One of the best examples of this is of course the swastika, that once was considered a symbol for happiness until a certain dictator from Austrian descend  decided it would be a nice symbol to use for his special forces. In that light it could very well be some words and similarities between certain words are intentionally fabricated to benefit some and harm more. I haven't given it to much attention up until now to be honest, but it is definitely another subject to add to my already long list of things to look into some more.


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    Peritus [2671472]

    It's an interesting concept, though one that leaves a few obvious questions marks in my opinion. If what you state is right, it is either limited to English, why would it be, or it varies per language, which doesn't really make sense because that would, for example, mean that only in English speaking countries more people die on Monday mornings. The examples you give in your post do not apply to both Dutch and German, languages I speak fluently. I do agree words can be extremely powerful, even more powerful than anything physical when used right, but I find it hard to believe our languages were manufactured for mind control.

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    I don't know if they were or not, but I'm not much of a believer in coincidence.

    When English formed it was the commoner tongue while the powerful spoke mostly French, even in England. German was another language of the ruling class.

    It's also impossible to believe an entire language was manufactured, but specific words could be. The Romans incorporated Pegan ritual into Christianity to merge the belief systems. This is where the symbol of the cross and the use of a Christmas tree came from, which are prevalent symbols people believe have different meanings even today. Even Christmas day is based on the winter solstice, not Jesus' birthday.

    If the Romans can have that kind of impact on our society, surely the English, who were well known for cultural assimilation and manipulation, could have created some language coding.

    Peritus [2671472]

    True, a lot of the festive and sacred items, dates, symbols and whatnot we use have never been proven real and/or authentic, nor have they been irrefutable linked to any other events. In fact, many things have seen their original meaning and symbolism change over time, always through human action. One of the best examples of this is of course the swastika, that once was considered a symbol for happiness until a certain dictator from Austrian descend decided it would be a nice symbol to use for his special forces. In that light it could very well be some words and similarities between certain words are intentionally fabricated to benefit some and harm more. I haven't given it to much attention up until now to be honest, but it is definitely another subject to add to my already long list of things to look into some more.
    It's really a thought exercise for myself as well. Not trying to prove anything one way or another, but to consider looking into the subject deeper and get some feedback which is hopefully less shallow than, "Yes, say it and I believe it," or "No, anything beyond what I was taught in school is a lie." I appreciate you making it a discussion and not an assumption. :)
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    Peritus [2671472]

    It's an interesting concept, though one that leaves a few obvious questions marks in my opinion. If what you state is right, it is either limited to English, why would it be, or it varies per language, which doesn't really make sense because that would, for example, mean that only in English speaking countries more people die on Monday mornings. The examples you give in your post do not apply to both Dutch and German, languages I speak fluently. I do agree words can be extremely powerful, even more powerful than anything physical when used right, but I find it hard to believe our languages were manufactured for mind control.

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    I don't know if they were or not, but I'm not much of a believer in coincidence.

    When English formed it was the commoner tongue while the powerful spoke mostly French, even in England. German was another language of the ruling class.

    It's also impossible to believe an entire language was manufactured, but specific words could be. The Romans incorporated Pegan ritual into Christianity to merge the belief systems. This is where the symbol of the cross and the use of a Christmas tree came from, which are prevalent symbols people believe have different meanings even today. Even Christmas day is based on the winter solstice, not Jesus' birthday.

    If the Romans can have that kind of impact on our society, surely the English, who were well known for cultural assimilation and manipulation, could have created some language coding.

    Peritus [2671472]

    True, a lot of the festive and sacred items, dates, symbols and whatnot we use have never been proven real and/or authentic, nor have they been irrefutable linked to any other events. In fact, many things have seen their original meaning and symbolism change over time, always through human action. One of the best examples of this is of course the swastika, that once was considered a symbol for happiness until a certain dictator from Austrian descend decided it would be a nice symbol to use for his special forces. In that light it could very well be some words and similarities between certain words are intentionally fabricated to benefit some and harm more. I haven't given it to much attention up until now to be honest, but it is definitely another subject to add to my already long list of things to look into some more.

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    It's really a thought exercise for myself as well. Not trying to prove anything one way or another, but to consider looking into the subject deeper and get some feedback which is hopefully less shallow than, "Yes, say it and I believe it," or "No, anything beyond what I was taught in school is a lie." I appreciate you making it a discussion and not an assumption. :)
    Although I need proof to believe, I never discard a thought or theory beforehand. It would require proof just the same for me to discard something. The problem with tat is of course when something is proven beyond the shadow of a doubt, but that just makes things even more interesting imo. At one point people thought it proven the earth was flat and now look how that theory has been attacked and, for most people and with what we consider irrefutable proof at this moment, proven wrong. I am intrigued by any type of mysterious story, theory or thought, I love discussing and exploring them. It's the discussing that opens a whole world of insight from various points of view.


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