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WORDS AND MAGIC: HERMETIC ETYMOLOGY

"It is important to know that a dead person, which is known in law as a legal person or legal fiction, has no natural rights; it only has artificial rights and privileges. An example of a legal person/legal fiction is a United States citizen or a citizen of the United States. Because United States citizens are legal persons with only artificial rights and privileges, according to the legal system, they have no natural rights. This is why you, (United States citizen) go to court and shout out to the judge about your natural rights or constitutional rights, the judge will often look at you like you are a fool and may tell you to sit down and be quiet. If you refuse to be quiet, he may charge you with contempt of court." - Word Magic by Pao Chang

Language is an enigmatic force that connects us all. Through words, we communicate ideas, express emotions, and build bridges of understanding. But have you ever wondered where words come from? How they evolved over time and acquired their unique meanings? This is where the captivating field of hermetic etymology or simply word magic steps in.


Read on as I deep dive into the origins of words, unveiling the hidden layers of linguistic history, highlighting insights learned from my readings of Pao Chang's Word Magic, as well as Hermeticism and Theosophy... unveiling the hidden layers of linguistic history.


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What is Hermetic Etymology?


Hermetic etymology delves into the esoteric origins of words and languages, exploring their deeper meanings and connections to ancient wisdom traditions. It is an interdisciplinary field that combines linguistics, anthropology, history, and philosophy. By investigating the roots of words, hermetic etymology aims to decipher the hidden knowledge embedded within language, offering insights into the human experience and the mysteries of existence itself.


Quote from Word Magic by Pao Chang
“In a democracy, the voting power of the majority overrules the rights of the minority. For example, if a man were on trial for not believing in God and 51 percent of the people in the room were to vote that he should be hung, that man would be hung for not believing in God. In a republic, his free will and natural rights would be protected. Do you innerstand now why democracy means mob rule? This is why in a society where the people are ignorant and irresponsible, democracy is one of the worst forms of government.

So, what does it all mean?


Is there more to words than meets the eye?


Let us tumble down the rabbit hole to explore the world of magic, words, and legalese, and I will show you proof that there is more to words than meets the eye. This magical journey will teach you how words can be used to empower or disempower you. Once you learn how powerful words are and know how to wisely apply them to your life, you can effectively use them to exercise your rights, manifest your desires, overcome your fears, achieve spiritual freedom, and motivate kings and governments to bow to you with awe and reverence, as you are in fact...royalty whether you realize this or not.


What Is Word Magic?


Word magic is the art of using sacred sounds and symbols, and hidden forces to direct and control energy to produce certain desired effects or marvels. All words have magic properties. However, certain words have more magic properties for the reason that they carry more energy and intention. This is why during magic rituals certain words are used more than others. It is also in the inflection of the words. The pitch that creates the paradigm. Because word magic uses sacred sounds and symbols, and hidden forces to direct and control energy, it is one of the most effective tools for achieving desires, programming the mind, or changing reality. Its magic power to reprogram the mind, causing reality to change is one of the reasons that it is heavily used by corporations, such as religious institutions, banks, courts, and governments. Some of the word magic techniques that are used by corporations are shockingly revealed in Pao Chang's enlightening book, Word Magic: The Powers and Occult Definitions of Words. This book has the potential to unlock many doors of your mind, allowing you to explore a hidden world where you can use words to shape matter, control your destiny, and reprogram your mind.


The writing is not your average manuscript... because it explores magic and the power of words to the core of reality. By reading and exploring the power of words, you will begin to innerstand how powerful words are; furthermore, you will know why using words wisely is important for achieving success and freedom, and restoring your kingdom of God.


Many ancient cultures believed that words possess a profound power. From the ancient Egyptians to the Greeks, diverse civilizations embraced the concept of divine language, the notion that language itself holds the keys to cosmic harmony and hidden knowledge. This belief is at the core of hermetic etymology, as it seeks to uncover the metaphysical and spiritual aspects of language.


One example of hermetic etymology at work is the study of the Hebrew language. Hebrew is considered a sacred language, with each letter carrying deep symbolic meaning. In Jewish mysticism, the Kabbalah, the interpretation of Hebrew letters reveals profound insights into the nature of reality and the divine.


For instance, the Hebrew word for “word” is “davar.” In hermetic etymology, the root of this word is the Hebrew letter “dalet,” which symbolizes a door or a gateway. This interpretation suggests that words act as portals through which ideas and energies flow into the world. Such insights provide a glimpse into the mystical significance of language.


Tracing the Origins: Linguistic Families & Historical Connections


To truly innerstand hermetic etymology, it is crucial to explore the interconnectedness of languages. Linguists have discovered that many languages can be grouped into linguistic families, which trace their origins back to common ancestors.

For example, the Indo-European language family comprises a vast range of languages spoken across Europe, Asia, and beyond. Within this family, intriguing connections emerge. Take the English word “mother” and the Sanskrit word “mātṛ,” both meaning mother. Through hermetic etymology, we can see that these seemingly unrelated words actually share a common root, which can be traced back to the Proto-Indo-European word “*méh₂tēr” or “mother.”

These linguistic connections shed light not only on the historical migration patterns of ancient peoples but also on the shared human experiences that transcend time and culture.



Symbols and Archetypes: The Language of the Unconscious Mind


Beyond the surface-level meanings of words, hermetic etymology also explores the symbolic and archetypal dimensions of language. Just as dreams are windows into the unconscious mind, words often carry hidden meanings that tap into deep human experiences and collective memories.

The Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung was a pioneer in understanding the power of symbols in language. He believed that symbols act as a bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind, revealing essential aspects of our shared humanity. For example, the image of a snake, present in countless mythologies around the world, represents wisdom, transformation, and primal energy.

In hermetic etymology, the exploration of symbols and archetypes offers a deeper understanding of words and their hidden associations. By deciphering these layers of meaning, we can gain valuable insights into our own psyche and the collective consciousness that shapes our world.


Criticism and Controversy: The Boundaries of Hermetic Etymology


As with any field that delves into ancient mysteries, hermetic etymology has faced its fair share of criticism and controversy. Skeptics argue that the connections made between words and their supposed hidden meanings are often based on subjective interpretations or rely on weak linguistic evidence.


While it is true that hermetic etymology requires caution and a critical eye, dismissing the entire field would be missing an opportunity for profound discovery. By embracing hermetic etymology as a complementary approach to traditional linguistics, we can engage in a rich exploration of language’s deeper dimensions without disregarding scientific rigor.


The Legacy and Relevance of Hermetic Etymology and Words


Hermetic etymology may not be a mainstream field of study, but its legacy continues to inspire and captivate those who seek a deeper innerstanding of language and its embedded knowledge. It reminds us that words are more than mere tools for communication; they are gateways to ancient wisdom, insights into our collective history,, our collective consciousness and mirrors the mysteries of the human experience.


By exploring hermetic etymology, we tap into a rich tapestry of linguistic connections, cultural traditions, and philosophical insights. It invites us to appreciate the power of language and embrace the profound meaning that lies beneath the surface of our everyday words and it's meanings.


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