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Re: Etymology
#75: July 28, 2020, 05:43:54 AM
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“The problem with lumping Pan and Cernunnos together as one “Universal Horned God” is that they are extremely different deities.”

Lol I don’t agree with this website’s reasoning. Pan and Cern are one in the same. Whether you interpret it through money or rain or agriculture it all goes back to fertility or increase. True to Freud, life = sex, always a universal horny-phallic deity. Shiva’s shrines are phallic as well.

Rome’s Temple to Saturn also housed the treasury vaults and state records.

Isn't it interesting that in most depictions of an 'advanced technological future' the currency is all digital (with very few exceptions) and referred to as 'credits'?
It's as if all the currency in this system is worse than fiat. It's as if the more you get, the more you are actually in debt to the technology jew that is distributing said 'credits'.

From Latin 'creditum', a 'credit' is a "a loan, thing entrusted to another". How shitty is it that all the money you have in a certain economic system is actually just loans (as in you never own anything)?

Who or what group of people created the concept of 'credit'?
i found a bunch of stuff about the beginnings of credit at the fawn of the 20th century while researching the 666 bank.

there was a catholic monastary in canada the fought fiercly against it snd had everything well documented

i will see if i can find anything on it now
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Re: Etymology
#76: July 28, 2020, 05:55:31 AM
here are some links to help expose the movement for social credit
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and here we go these are the only people that seemed to give  social credit a hard time.

there is more documentatiin on this site tge i have seen anywhere else

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and it looks like they are still fighting.

heres my original thread but you have to use the waybacj machine to get the site i linked in the op but there are  lot of names to keep digging with : You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

i also got into this on nrg1.
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Re: Etymology
#77: July 28, 2020, 07:42:19 PM
So we know that '9/11' refers to a few things (has many layers) but what does '7/11' refer to?
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Re: Etymology
#78: July 29, 2020, 05:27:38 AM
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So we know that '9/11' refers to a few things (has many layers) but what does '7/11' refer to?

convenience :p

at least thats what ice been telling myself for years. the roots are probably a bit deeper but i bet im close you know because if the convenience stores.
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Re: Etymology
#79: July 31, 2020, 09:29:20 PM
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So we know that '9/11' refers to a few things (has many layers) but what does '7/11' refer to?

convenience :p

at least thats what ice been telling myself for years. the roots are probably a bit deeper but i bet im close you know because if the convenience stores.

7-Eleven wasn't the original name of the company does it interesting bit of folklore about the parent company of 7-Eleven I'm curious if anyone else has heard it
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Re: Etymology
#80: August 01, 2020, 02:13:56 PM
It was the Southern Ice Company at first and became 7/11 due to staying open from 7 to 11pm for the after football games crowd
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Re: Etymology
#81: August 04, 2020, 03:07:00 PM
A 'krone'. A form of currency. Supposed to be related to 'krone', 'krona' and 'corona'. It's also very close to 'Kronus'/'Chronus', 'time' personified. Also a negative aspect of Saturn (rules over time).

A form of currency named after a negative aspect of Saturn that rules over time. 'Time is money', as they say. The price of living is dying.

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Re: Etymology
#82: August 07, 2020, 09:22:56 AM
very interesting discussion on the etymology of beard and barbarinan.

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a barb
a dude

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