The Power of Words
Words contain “spelling”.
To cast a spell is to cast words. Indeed, words are magical because they manipulate symbols to change consciousness and behaviour. Words possess and deliver “power”.
We “cast” words, actors, wishes, and fishing-lines, to bring something forward. Words can elicit powerful emotional responses, inciting violence, or inducing obedience. Artfully cast words can produce experiences of what is familiar or unknown, what is real or fictional, what is the truth or deception.
Written words are codes formed by combining symbols from a table (alphabet). The symbols (letters) represent basic phonemes (sounds). Together, they “summon” images, ideas, and feelings. Spoken words invoke “spelling” in real time. Whether words are written or spoken, their user is “summoning” whatever the words represent.
In a primal sense, words are various incantations, prayers, offerings, commands, and solicitations.
At school we practice “spelling” to decipher words. However, we are not taught that words are everyday propaganda tools for social engineering, and that the hidden meanings of specialised words are traps for the exploited populace.
Words require interpretation, and countless words have more than one meaning, having been co-opted for specific purposes. Thus, there is the complex language of “legalese”, developed for the theatre of commerce, and which requires careful deciphering.
By the use of “legalese” words, the People of many nations have been deceived, bankrupted, and enslaved. This is because ordinary language has been interspersed with trick “legalese” words that change the user’s jurisdiction.
The primary trick word is “person” (the definition of “person” was revised to include “corporation” in 1862). All statues apply to legally generated “persons” created by the State. Artificial “persons”, having no innate “productive capacity”, are debtors by default.
Other jurisdictional trick words include: “understand” (“do you understand?” means “stand under my authority”), “resident”, “voter”, “driver”, and “public” (all things “public” are of the State, including its artificial “persons”).
Less obvious words have been advanced for their psychological effect. The systemic and repeated use of servile words conditions a population to accept and practice servile behaviour. We the People are taught to “submit”, “petition”, and to “appeal” to our Public Servants.
We are not taught the critical difference between a “person” and a “man” or “woman”. Nor are we taught that the “Law of the Sea” refers only to legal fictions in Admiralty Maritime Jurisdiction – serving commerce, while the “Law of the Land” refers to lawful facts in the Common Law Jurisdiction – serving men and women.
Some of the most powerful words for living people are “man”, “woman”, “consent”, “private”, “property”, “administer”, “notice”, “require”, “verify”, “claim”, “trespass”, “injury”, “remedy”, “restoration”, “damages”, and “charge”.
For example, a woman’s children were seized by the court. She subsequently went to an “administrative court”, reclaiming her children, by stating:
“I, a woman, believe that my property is being administered without my consent, and I require the immediate restoration of said property or I will be charging a dollar per second until the remedy is given.”
Note: She never used the word “children”, and would have lost if she did. She used her given first name only in court documents, and if asked for her full name would add “family of” as in “Jane: family of Smith”. Your “property” includes everything that comes from your energy. The powerful words she used were “woman”, “property”, “administered”, “consent”, “require”, “restoration”, “charging”, and “remedy”.
Learning key words and phrases is essential if you wish to establish your living “standing” as a “man” or “woman” possessing and exercising your Unalienable Rights.
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