Words Don’t Mean What They Seem

We interpret words through their exoteric meaning, and not in their true definition of origin. English is a language enshrouded in mystery; much like the origins of the people who developed it. The powers that be obfuscate history though the language in which its written down, so it’s up to us to dig ourselves out of this (w)hole of mental enslavement and rise above this subtle linguistic conditioning. Simply put; words don’t mean what they seem, and aren’t seen as they’re meant. Do you know what I mean? Well, let me give you a few examples. Prestigious (adj.) Share131PinTweetShare131 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 695 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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