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The WORDS conspiracy. La conspiration des mots!

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posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 05:43 PM
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Well, now we can send words and images through light. Maybe in the old times they knew things we don't anymore about sending a message through that vehicle?
Incidentally, sound is a spectrum of light, so pretty much the same thing, seen from another angle.




posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 01:18 AM
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I was reading on another thread, and the word occult came up. So I thought to add this to my thread, to continue to demonstrate what I explained in the OP.

Occult. Oc, meaning against, and cult, meaning to adore. And adore concerns the love for material things... Like the Golden Bull? So, by definition, according to the "Elites", the occultists are fighting those adoring false Gods. Namely, us.

Remember that bothering part, in my OP, about damnation? Well? Is it so out of line? Or out of touch with reality?

Because if you think so, remember the following facts; The "Elites" can: go undersea, go airborne, go underground, go in space, detonate atomic bombs, manipulate genes, manipulate the atoms, create previously non-existent materials, create nanotechnologies, robotics, create laser rays, resuscitate the dead, transplant organs and body parts, move faster than sound, go to another celestial body...
And those, my friends, are the known facts alone.

Can you imagine what they hide from us if we are allowed to see all this?



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 11:16 AM
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Originally posted by Aresh Troxit
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Well, now we can send words and images through light. Maybe in the old times they knew things we don't anymore about sending a message through that vehicle?
Incidentally, sound is a spectrum of light, so pretty much the same thing, seen from another angle.


I wasn't thinking of fiber optics, but that would fit. Air waves (sound) and fiber optics (light) are our main vehicles for transmitting words. All three have different vibrational frequencies which can be manipulated or possibly can and do by themselves manipulate.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by Aresh Troxit

Occult. Oc, meaning against, and cult, meaning to adore. And adore concerns the love for material things... Like the Golden Bull? So, by definition, according to the "Elites", the occultists are fighting those adoring false Gods. Namely, us.


Adore means to love intensely i.e. worship. Since the 'elites' love none but themselves, I would think that occultist are against those who love. How else would they be able to become the 'elites' except by exploiting those who love and trust.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 12:34 PM
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Here is a link to the definition of adore. thinkexist.com...


(v. t.) To worship with profound reverence; to pay divine honors to; to honor as deity or as divine. (v. t.) To love in the highest degree; to regard with the utmost esteem and affection; to idolize. (v. t.) To adorn


"To honor as deity or divine", not God nor THE divine. Also to idolize. And what is said about idolatry?



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 12:57 PM
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I used dictionary.com


a·dore   /əˈdɔr, əˈdoʊr/ Show Spelled [uh-dawr, uh-dohr] Show IPA verb, a·dored, a·dor·ing.
–verb (used with object)
1. to regard with the utmost esteem, love, and respect; honor.
2. to pay divine honor to; worship: to adore god.
3. to like or admire very much: I simply adore the way your hair is done!
–verb (used without object)
4. to worship.
Use adore in a Sentence
See images of adore
Search adore on the Web

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Origin:
1275–1325; < L adōrāre to speak to, pray, worship, equiv. to ad- ad- + ōrāre to speak, beg ( see oral); r. ME aour ( i ) e < OF aourer < L



The latin origin is orare - to speak or beg which is what one does when they pray. It's easy to see how this word would evolve to mean worship. Having been involved in ritual occult practices many years ago, I can say that most of the people I knew in that group were some of the worst for idolizing material waelth. Unless you are saying that the word occult and the practice are at opposites, I'd have to disagree with you on this one.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 01:50 PM
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You probably know the Freemasons and their 32 degrees order?, with a 33rd for their "Elites". And it is rumored to be different in meaning from the 32 previous ones.

It is the same with anything. You were part of "low" occultism, they do the "high" one. This whole thread is to try and show we were led to use words in a fashion and sense that mean nothing, even if we believe it does. And we are tricked in doing so.

Here is a definition of worship. www.thefreedictionary.com...


1. a. The reverent love and devotion accorded a deity, an idol, or a sacred object. b. The ceremonies, prayers, or other religious forms by which this love is expressed.
2. Ardent devotion; adoration.
3. often Worship Chiefly British Used as a form of address for magistrates, mayors, and certain other dignitaries: Your Worship. v. wor·shiped or wor·shipped, wor·ship·ing or wor·ship·ping, wor·ships
v.tr. 1. To honor and love as a deity.
2. To regard with ardent or adoring esteem or devotion. See Synonyms at revere1.
v.intr. 1. To participate in religious rites of worship.
2. To perform an act of worship.


It originates from the middle-east, and means the same thing adore does.

You can see that for both words, they say it is for a divinity ( not God ), for an idol ( which is a sin ) and a sacred object. ( which relates to iconography that is also sinful )

And since you were part of "low" occultism, just like Christians, you were led to believe something that was contrary to what you were expecting. You were, in the eyes of the "Elites", adoring a false God.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:18 AM
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Hello ATS!
Today, I'll talk with you of another word.

If I tell you; My breath is full of "big breath"., there's a good chance you'll say "whathe?" But if I say "My spirit is full of inspiration", you will say "Ah! Oh!".

Spirit's meaning is:

Spirit (Spir"it) (?), n. [OF. espirit, esperit, F. esprit, L. spiritus, from spirare to breathe, to blow. Cf. Conspire, Expire, Esprit, Sprite.]


And inspire is:

inspire infuse into the mind; impart or suggest by divine agency; †breathe XIV; breathe in XVI. — (O)F. inspirer — L. inspīrāre, f. IN-1 + spīrāre breathe. So inspiration XIV. — (O)F. — late L.


Both words are from the Latin spirare "(to) breath"

Spire, spiral are, interestingly, from spira. It differs from the Latin spirare.
Spira is said to come from the Greek speira. Here:

the Classical Latin word spira (coil) derived from the Greek word speira, σπεῖρα (a coil (spira, 'spire'); a mass of men (a Roman military cohort; also (by analogy) a squad of Levitical janitors))


OK. Now, let's take a look at speira and its origin...

anything wound up or coiled, by ext. a body (of soldiers), i.e. a cohort Original Word: σπεῖρα Transliteration: speira Phonetic Spelling: (spi'-rah) Short Definition: cohort Word Origin of Latin origin Definition anything wound up or coiled, by ext. a body (of soldiers), i.e. a cohort NASB Word Usage cohort (7).


And there you have it. Speira, a Greek word that inspired the word spira comes from a Latin word... What a rebound! I bet that word is... spirare!

Let me explain. When fluids collide, the one that is more concentrated and faster that the other one will roll on itself on impact. If you exhale a puff of cigarette smoke, you will notice this phenomena. Idem for a colored liquid that is poured into another one. In the case of breathing, it is the same mouvement that happens.

You don't see it, but you can feel it. Stand in a closed room, and exhale not too slow nor too fast, at a steady pace, and you will feel the air around your cheeks slowly get warmer. Because the breath you exhaled is coming back at you. If you watch an explosion, like an atomic one, you can see the mushroom roll on itself.
Hence the speira word, derived from spirare, but applied to mechanics. If you scrape something, the scrape off will spiral on itself. Like a chipwood, or, as they say in metallurgy, a turning.

Now, reimporting speira, as a mechanical principal, related to a mechanical construction, speira became spira, and thus spire, spiral, etc.

A coil, a spiral, "breathes in", when "winded", and "breathes out" when it is released.

So, conspire can be seen as Joint Breathe, as in ONE body,ONE mind. Like as in what the "Elites" do?
There is perspire, meaning each breathe, probably relating to each pores leaking liquids.

Here you can see how aspiring people are described:

aspire mid-15c., from O.Fr. aspirer "aspire to, inspire" (12c.), from L. aspirare "to breathe upon, to breathe," also, in transf. senses, "to be favorable to, assist; to climb up to, to endeavor to obtain, to reach to, to seek to reach; infuse," from ad- "to" + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit). The notion is of "panting with desire," or perhaps of rising smoke.


So aspire means breathing strongly... You have to, when you want to reach for the top; ask climbers.

When the "Elites" listen to us, sometimes they must hear something like: "I had a smurfing day! It smurfed with the smurfed smurf, but the smurf, from the smurf smurfly smurfed! I was so smurfed off!"


Have a good night, nonetheless!


PS: For your homework: who will be the first to tell me that when you reach the top, we say it is the apotheosis, which means

Definitions of apotheosis on the Web:
ideal: model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal deification: the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god) wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
Apotheosis (from Greek ἀποθεόων, apotheoun "to deify", in Latin deificatio, and later inItalian gióvino, "to be made divine"), refers to the exaltation of a subject to divine level. The term has meanings in theology, where it refers to a belief, and in art, where it refers to a genre. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apotheosis
The fact or action of becoming a god; deification; Glorification, exaltation; crediting someone with extraordinary power or status; A glorified example or ideal; the apex or pinnacle (of a concept or belief); Loosely, release from earthly life, ascension to heaven; death; The latent entity that ... en.wiktionary.org/wiki/apothesis Final scene or tableau in which the characters are


It is funny, because in French, we are told it is from the Greek apo and theos ( God ). We are not told apo means "to be far". Here, we can find it too in English.

apo- or ap- pref. 1. a. Away from; off: aphelion.
b. Separate: apocarpous.
2. Without; not: apogamy.
3. Related to; derived from: apomorphine.
4. Metasomatic: apophyllite. [Greek, from apo, away from; see apo- in Indo-European roots.]


So how did apotheosis, truly meaning far from God, became deification? Because to compare yourself to God is a SIN!

Do you smurf what I'm smurfing to smurf?

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Aresh Troxit]



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 11:39 PM
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Let's see. Theory=Divine things. Yep! Totally in line with a scientific concept...




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