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originally posted by: reachingnirvana
I would love to find out more about the development of language and the hidden codes within them.
I believe numbers were around long before words - maybe not verbally but in symbols - maths is universal, numeral codes are embedded in the atmosphere, even our DNA is coded.
Because of the ancient's love and understanding of numbers, I believe this is where numerology comes into play and why it is woven into language.
Who initially formed a written and spoken language though? And was the reason for speech designed to make communication simpler?
But the trouble is, even the words we believe to be positive, could potentially be a negative soundwave without us knowing...
So for example words containing certain 'negative' letters, like S.
(S is written like a symbol of the snake but it's worth noting some other words beginning with S... Like sound, sight, sun.) Are these too negative words without us knowing?
Also words we believe to be positive like LOVE can be a negative word spelt backwards EVOL.
"The vibration of sound is very powerful"
"I believe numbers were around long before words"
"'negative' letters, like S"
"words we believe to be positive like LOVE can be a negative word spelt backwards EVOL."
"Is language a part of the PLAN to catch the souls in the NET?"
Have you read a lot of occult literature and Kabbalah teachings? English will be the universal language
originally posted by: DAVG1980
a reply to: Byrd
How could language come first when the 1 came first and then spoke the word
originally posted by: Direne
You obviously refer to English, which happens to be just one of the currently 7,117 known languages, according to Ethnologue. In most of them, the letter S is used for words having nothing to do with snakes, satan, sadness, sacrifice, etc. Yours was clearly an English-centric point of view. Again.