posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 10:17 AM
originally posted by: thefourthjokerscard
These are just words mirrored...
Do we just paint our world? Obviously the story is already there? there's much meaning in this, I'm not gonna sit and try to convince, but I believe
this is satans world, we just live in it... Hopefully u all find ur heaven
Skeptics would work out pretty good math model showing that the odds of English not having words which, when read backward would form another word,
are pretty slim. The main problem is that in most cases the new word doesn't relate to the original, which is a strong indicator of a mere coincidence
taking place. As a counter-example, anagram ELVIS-LIVES reflects upon the pervasive idea that Elvis is actually alive.
The meaning of words that can form other words when read backward should reflect upon the fact; that is, the meaning of a word read backward should
mean an opposite to the original word. In case of GOD-DOG or DEVIL-LIVED, such an opposite is not readily apparent, unless you introduce the concept
of opposites by making a broad relation between God and the devil: God is viewed as the GOOD guy as opposed to the devil who is considered the BAD
guy. And if it so, both words GOD and DEVIL should display the rare property of forming other word when read in opposite direction, as it is the
In an isolated case GOD-DOG, the justification of a non-coincidental arrangement gets sort of speculative, even though, when rendered properly, it is
lots of fun. In essence, when God decided to make Man "to his image, to his likeness," he used mirror. Since a mirror renders reverse image, God's
newly made creature was a spitting image of a dog. Since DOG and BONE are two closely related words given their meaning,
the word bone is used in the Bible in connection with God trying to make mankind. (Genesis 2:22 and 2:23).
In the case of directional opposites DEVIL-LIVED, the justification of the relation between both words is a straightforward thing:
DEVIL is to 666 as LIVED is to 999.
edit on 27-8-2015 by tremex because: typo