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Originally posted by Aresh Troxit
reply to post by darkelf
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.
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.
(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
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.
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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
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.
Spirit (Spir"it) (?), n. [OF. espirit, esperit, F. esprit, L. spiritus, from spirare to breathe, to blow. Cf. Conspire, Expire, Esprit, Sprite.]
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.
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))
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).
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.
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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
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.]