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Title: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 03, 2020, 10:31:17 AM
'Summer' as in 'summer time' and 'Sumer' as in the civilization. Is summer named after Sumer?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 04, 2020, 09:59:39 AM
El-dritch creatures are still part of El? Some of the more horrific, extremely removed from human aspects of Saturn?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 04, 2020, 11:24:53 AM
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El-dritch creatures are still part of El? Some of the more horrific, extremely removed from human aspects of Saturn?

Another one of those origin unclear, but the Scottish variant is elfrish and most linguists believe the word is derivative of the word elf, chew on that...
Title: Etymology
Post by: Museten on April 05, 2020, 10:44:41 AM
First her name. Her full real name is Melanie Adele Martinez.

Melanie is a feminine given name derived from the Greek μελανία (melania), “blackness” and that from μέλας (melas), meaning “dark”.

Adele = Noble

The surname Martinez is a Spanish patronymic surname, an early form of hereditary surnames which were derived from the father’s given name. Martinez comes from the personal name Martin, which is itself derived from the Latin Martinus, whose root is Mars, the name of the Roman god of fertility and war.

This Dark Princess Brings War

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DTOwbYHc-0
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 03:41:09 PM
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Melanie is a feminine given name derived from the Greek μελανία (melania), “blackness” and that from μέλας (melas), meaning “dark”.

So 'Melania Trump' is really something more like 'blackness/dark Trump'? If Trump is a vessel for Lucifer which brings the light and Melania is dark/blackness, is their relationship symbolic of a union of opposites or something?
Thesis + Antithesis = Synthesis? Trump + Melania = People meant to usher in the next phase of 'America'(?) Maybe Trump is more of an Antithesis in this equation.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 04:00:36 PM
'Surely you jest' and 'Shirley, you jest'.

The little girl who was so big in Hollywood a while back, 'Shirley Temple', later is also known as 'Shirley Temple Black'.
Part of 'Shirley' means 'shire' and the other 'bright, clear'. 'Shire' means 'administrative office, authority' or ' district, province, country'.
'Temple' means a 'building for worship' but also 'to cut' or 'to stretch'.

Just with that we have very dark implications of what her name really means and what her role in Hollywood was at the time.
'Black' was added to her name later due to who she married.
'Shirley Temple' really means 'Bright/Clear Place for worship (of a god)'. This references both the 'bright/light' of a child and (maybe) that the body is a 'temple'. Because we know what they do to kids who make it big in HWood, we can safely say that they sacrificed her at her 'temple'.
Because she sacrificed her gold for some parts and status, she had her light dimmed and later she and her temple became 'dark'(black).

Shirley (name) - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_(name)

temple (n.1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/temple#etymonline_v_7714


It could be said that she was something of a physical embodiment of child worship and her body was the 'temple' for this worship to take place.
So who is the god of pedos and child worshippers?

Some pretty sick stuff.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 07, 2020, 09:04:47 PM
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Melanie is a feminine given name derived from the Greek μελανία (melania), “blackness” and that from μέλας (melas), meaning “dark”.

So 'Melania Trump' is really something more like 'blackness/dark Trump'? If Trump is a vessel for Lucifer which brings the light and Melania is dark/blackness, is their relationship symbolic of a union of opposites or something?
Thesis + Antithesis = Synthesis? Trump + Melania = People meant to usher in the next phase of 'America'(?) Maybe Trump is more of an Antithesis in this equation.

Trump is a vessel for lucifer?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Winds of Change on April 08, 2020, 12:20:50 AM
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'Summer' as in 'summer time' and 'Sumer' as in the civilization. Is summer named after Sumer?

Summer... PIE Sem.  Semiramis (fertility) - Sun worship through Nimrod.  Maybe a vague connection?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 09, 2020, 05:42:47 PM
Women are called 'bitches' (as in a female dog) but their genitals are referred to as 'pussy' (as in cats). It's a trope that cats and dogs don't get along but women are referred to as having both.
I just find that interesting.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 12, 2020, 11:19:25 PM
'Hurricane' sounds like 'Hurry Cane(Cain)'.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 14, 2020, 04:22:08 PM
'Mars' is the god of war. Above is 'Mars' and below is 'Wars'.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 20, 2020, 12:38:28 AM
'Sodom' means 'to burn' (among other things) in Hebrew. Phonetically, that's the same word as 'Sadam' as in 'Sadam Hussein'.

Sodom | The amazing name Sodom: meaning and etymology
https://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Sodom.html

A very old and one of the original operating systems is named (Windows) 'DOS'. 'Dos' backwards is 'Sod', which means 'burn'. Another 'fire' related aspect to computers is how you 'burn' a CD or DVD disc when your adding stuff to it.
A CD and DVD is the shape of a circle with a dot in the center, which is the alchemical symbol of the Sun, but also still related to Sodomy because of how it literally looks like an asshole.

In the show South Park, they have Saddam Hussein as the main antagonist who was 'jokingly' gay with Satan in 'South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut'. Something else that connects with his gay character in the show is that another term for anal/gay sex is 'Sodomy', which again means 'to burn'.
This is also related to the 'sacred heart' of Jesus/Lucifer that is a burning heart. It's also related to what TPTB believe they are activating when they do engage in this practice (ritual or not), which would be the very hyped up and misunderstood 'Kundalini' which means 'fire serpent'.
 
As a side note, 'Saddam Hussein' really means 'Good/handsome burning (man)'. Saddam was an Arab/from the Middle East, which is around Egypt (he was the president of Iraq) but that area (and any far-out area in general) is referred to as 'BFE' or 'Butt Fucking Egypt'.
That phrase is a way of saying that something is so out there in the sticks/far from civilization but the actual phrase, word for word itself is actually revealing also.

This is also interesting in relation to everything I just pointed out above:

The Secrets of HaShem
https://www.betemunah.org/sod.html
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 22, 2020, 12:00:45 AM
I know there's (probably) something more to this but the etymology of 'galaxy' is 'milky circle' and or 'pertaining to milk'. The 'milk' in reference is the 'Milky Way'. . . because it looks like swirls of milk in the sky? That seems pretty odd.

I'm not sure what this means right now but its an interesting thing I just noticed. A side note is that apparently its a thing (among Satanists) to baptize people in milk, what ever that means.

Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: sheepdog on April 22, 2020, 03:08:52 AM
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Women are called 'bitches' (as in a female dog) but their genitals are referred to as 'pussy' (as in cats). It's a trope that cats and dogs don't get along but women are referred to as having both.
I just find that interesting.
Pussy would be my favorite --uh term
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 22, 2020, 03:19:34 AM
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I know there's (probably) something more to this but the etymology of 'galaxy' is 'milky circle' and or 'pertaining to milk'. The 'milk' in reference is the 'Milky Way'. . . because it looks like swirls of milk in the sky? That seems pretty odd.

I'm not sure what this means right now but its an interesting thing I just noticed. A side note is that apparently its a thing (among Satanists) to baptize people in milk, what ever that means.

Earth is an unusually I'm port ant planette.

Think mothers milk.

Think where we are taught civilization began here..
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 22, 2020, 05:11:52 AM
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I know there's (probably) something more to this but the etymology of 'galaxy' is 'milky circle' and or 'pertaining to milk'. The 'milk' in reference is the 'Milky Way'. . . because it looks like swirls of milk in the sky? That seems pretty odd.

I'm not sure what this means right now but its an interesting thing I just noticed. A side note is that apparently its a thing (among Satanists) to baptize people in milk, what ever that means.

Earth is an unusually I'm port ant planette.

Think mothers milk.

Think where we are taught civilization began here..

Earth is an 'important planet' but you phrased it as 'I'm port ant planette'. The 'port' as in 'portal, harbor or gateway' and an 'ant' as in 'ant hill', which is a mound? A mount we are born from like a 'mound of Venus'(?)
The 'ette' in 'planette' implies a feminine/female role 'Earth' plays. Females are, as we have discussed before, vessels/portals for the more masculine 'players' to enter this world to participate in.
This would seem to go back to the 'port ant' part of 'important' and support that it does mean 'portal' and 'ant(hill)'. To be clear, I'm saying 'ant hill' because I don't think for now that it could be just 'ant' itself'.
The etymology of 'ant' is 'to cut(off, away)'. I just don't see now how that meaning would be what you was implying unless there is indeed some king of thing/force 'cutting' something(us?).

The other thing you could mean by 'ant' is 'aunt', which is phonetically the same(pretty close anyway). An 'aunt' is 'a parent's sister'.
Before I continue the 'aunt' train of thought, I want to add something to the 'ant hill' and 'port' thought. The 'port' is probably referring to a vagina, which is a Vesica Pisces, which is the space between.
With that said, its easier to see how its a 'portal' to enter this reality. Just off the top of my head, the 'mound', in reference with a '(ant)hill' that comes to mind is the 'Mons pubis' which is also known as a 'mound of Venus'.
An obvious reference to Venus, which is also known as having feminine qualities. Anyway, without digressing too much, Venus is also known as Semiramis, which is an aspect of Lucifer.

When Venus precedes the Sun, it is referred to as 'Luciferus, The Morning Star'. Preceding the Sun as in the 'Son of god' because Venus is another name for the Mary/Isis/Semiramis figure that is always paired with the Son/Sun of god, Jesus/Tammuz/Lucifer.
So Venus, adding to all I just covered, is also part of that 'Lady/Mother of Heaven' archetype which is the birther of 'son of god' which is the 'Sun', which is why it precedes it being called 'Luciferus'.
Back to how 'ant' and 'aunt' are the same phonetically. An 'aunt' is 'a parent's sister', but who is the parent here? Venus/Mary/Isis/Semiramis. The parent of who? Jesus/Tammuz/Lucifer. Who is this parent (Venus) the sister of? Nimrod/Baal/Saturn.
So again, this goes back to the 'divine incest' story that the mystery religion of TPTB is all about. The story of a woman being bred by her brother to father a son/sun who will replace him and get the incestuous mothers attention.
A cycle of rebellion indeed, which is quite literally what 'Mary' means.

So uh, I think I digressed there and got distracted from the point of this post, which was the explain what you was implying by saying 'I'm port ant planette'.
With all that I covered above, 'I'm port ant plannette' is implying that the Earth is either a place to arrive after going through the port(al)/vagina of Venus/Mary/Semiramis (which is further supported by the 'ette' at the end of 'planet(te)') or the portal itself. It could also be referring to how the Earth is a port as in a dock/harbor to arrive in with your ship, which is the merkabah and then the physical vessel you use to sail 'space' (which is like water) across the frequencies and wavelengths of energy (still water), which is what Earth really is.
How do you enter the matrix/the world? Through a flash of light, at least that's the first thing people see apparently when they are born. This light is either Lucifer itself or being brought by it. Because people interact with 'Lucifer' every day.

So just going over all this, there is action across multiple planes going on at once just to arrive at Earth. When you finally do manifest here, there was already so much done on the higher planes before you got here.
As above, so below. A 'portal/vagina/Vesica Pisces' 'above' used to enter the one 'below' on Earth. Many macros in micros.
The 'I'm' in the beginning is possibly just referencing how everyone (their body specifically) is 'just' a vessel to fully manifest and interact with the plane it exists on.

Side note- what do you get women to show your love(one of the things anyway)? Flowers. Flowers as in the 'flower' made with Venus' orbital path.

So now with all that said, something else I want to throw in there (implying anything I just said was accurate, much less correct) is how the Moon was constructed over an already functioning plane rendered useless to make way for the Moon, which is infarct an artificial construct.
The Moon has hijacked the natural feminine qualities and aspects of life itself across many planes and it's even hijacked the role of being a gate/port(al) used to enter and leave Earth. Think of 'don't go into the bright light' trap the Moon plays a big role in, only to get your memories blocked and your energy signature recycled into this density to 'start over'.
The Moon steals light from the Sun(male) to pretend that it has it's own light and be regarded as the feminine opposite of the Sun. Sound like extra dimensional tranny magic much? Stealing the energy of a man, calling it your own and then demand people refer to you as a female.

So. . . we are the product of 'rebellion'? The marriage of Heaven and Hell?


I didn't even touch on the role 'milk' plays into this, but knowing that 'Earth' is of a more feminine nature than masculine, and considering the universe, which is naturally dark(female) and given life/light by the Sun(male) the 'Milky Way' does make sense it seems.
The natural 'womb' that we exist in, that everything exists in naturally, the darkness has life literally formed in it by the Sun's(which is a portal to Creator) light, is still sustained by the 'breast milk' of the darkness/galaxy.
The unusual importance of not just Earth but our Sol-ar system and possibly our universe in general is because it is created directly by Creator itself and (the original) man is the direct product of Creator's efforts. This is supported by the (apparent) fact that we are the only ones to have been gifted with Creator's essence/spark.

'Mother's Milk' is the 'milk of darkness' and the 'dark' is the natural state of things, which is female/feminine and the matriarchy existed before the original rebaal brought the light and slayed Tiamat to usher in the start of the Patriarchy, but also further keep The wheel of imbalance spinning and sustain the illusion of division.

We are taught that civilization begin with the Sumerians in Mesopotamia, which is also where TPTB's mystery religion of perversion with Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz comes from. The next civilization to shortly follow is ancient Egypt, which is near the 'fertile crescent'. Again, more Semiramis mystery religion worship/teaching(s).
What happens in Sumer time? The ladies dress like they had daddy issues and are ready to be bred by the nearest masculine figure that suits their programming. A complete perversion of what they 'should' be, just like TPTB mystery religion is all about; turning your sister into your wife, turning a reserved, clean and pure women into a slut, Trojan whor(s)e that has way too many sex partners with no attachments besides a possible baby leading to a possible abortion. . . 'rebellion'!
Where/how civilization 'begins', will also be where/how it 'ends' (if they get their way).
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Museten on April 22, 2020, 08:54:19 AM
Off the top of my head... Crown chakra
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on April 22, 2020, 12:26:54 PM
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So again, this goes back to the 'divine incest' story that the mystery religion of TPTB is all about.

The trinity itself is one being, so the point of copulation isn’t incest it’s to convey a story as you say here:

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The story of a woman being bred by her brother to father a son/sun who will replace him and get the incestuous mothers attention.

You identify 1/3 of the trinity as a celestial spirit but not the other 2/3, so the narrative will never progress beyond “muh incest tptb is taking over the earth!” The mysteries convey truth about this world and the heavens. If they seem perverted or hijacked, all the more reason to look behind that definition to find the truth.

“The sheep want in!”  “What?! Put up the sign that says ‘only incest, pedophilia, and big titty anime girls allowed’!!”   “Alright, the sign’s up, now the goy will never come inside and realize this is their house.”

“Okay, takeover initiated, but that silly ‘Father of Humanity’ is too powerful for us to challenge.”  “I know! Grab our incest and pedophilia and throw it on Lucifer!”   “Ha! It’s done, now the silly goy are attacking their own sponsor! Takeover resumed!”

See the pattern lol.
Title: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on April 22, 2020, 01:37:58 PM
Here’s a fun one for etymology:

“Jordan” was an ancient name for the planet Earth. Nordic names for the Earth are still “Jord,” and the romantic “Jardin” became the English “Garden.” All derived from Hebrew “Yarden.”
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 22, 2020, 02:39:15 PM
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Here’s a fun one for etymology:

“Jordan” was an ancient name for the planet Earth. Nordic names for the Earth are still “Jord,” and the romantic “Jardin” became the English “Garden.” All derived from Hebrew “Yarden.”

And what is a 'garden'? Seems like the majority of people before, what we call 'the ancients' knew what 'Earth' really is.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 22, 2020, 02:48:08 PM
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So again, this goes back to the 'divine incest' story that the mystery religion of TPTB is all about.

The trinity itself is one being, so the point of copulation isn’t incest it’s to convey a story as you say here:

Quote
The story of a woman being bred by her brother to father a son/sun who will replace him and get the incestuous mothers attention.

You identify 1/3 of the trinity as a celestial spirit but not the other 2/3, so the narrative will never progress beyond “muh incest tptb is taking over the earth!” The mysteries convey truth about this world and the heavens. If they seem perverted or hijacked, all the more reason to look behind that definition to find the truth.

“The sheep want in!”  “What?! Put up the sign that says ‘only incest, pedophilia, and big titty anime girls allowed’!!”   “Alright, the sign’s up, now the goy will never come inside and realize this is their house.”

“Okay, takeover initiated, but that silly ‘Father of Humanity’ is too powerful for us to challenge.”  “I know! Grab our incest and pedophilia and throw it on Lucifer!”   “Ha! It’s done, now the silly goy are attacking their own sponsor! Takeover resumed!”

See the pattern lol.

So what would the other 2/3 be? According to one of the 'Hidden hand' or Rofsy AMA threads, there's nothing wrong with incest other than 'moral' implications if both parties are pure of genetics.
'This' may still be our 'house' but who we allowed to enter it have imposed upon us their perverse nature and degenerate habits, all in an attempt to usurp the house from us and the power of everyone within.
I still don't see whats so 'good' about the TPTB incest and pedo religion. They claim it does all sorts of wonders, the only price is that you have to give up your gift to receive it, which, if you use it properly, you can achieve the real 'wonder(s)' TPTB claim can be done with their apparent inclination towards degeneracy.

Really, it only works for the 'non gifted' entities that still rely on a power structure and as a result, have to feed off others in a vampiric manner to sustain their 'muh immortal god powers and reign over petty humans (who we still need by the way).'
I don't think I made it clear in one of my previous posting elsewhere, but I meant to explain that the reason they farm what most call 'humans' is because we apparently have a lot of what other groups don't have as much of or period. Why would that be? Because Creator had direct involvement in the creation of the original man.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on April 22, 2020, 05:01:44 PM
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I still don't see whats so 'good' about the TPTB incest and pedo religion.

Hell is empty and all the devils are here? If there’s no hope left in the box what’s the point of having it?

https://youtu.be/IZRCIjMWRLg
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Grass is Green on April 22, 2020, 05:05:39 PM
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Here’s a fun one for etymology:

“Jordan” was an ancient name for the planet Earth. Nordic names for the Earth are still “Jord,” and the romantic “Jardin” became the English “Garden.” All derived from Hebrew “Yarden.”

And what is a 'garden'? Seems like the majority of people before, what we call 'the ancients' knew what 'Earth' really is.

Paradise: literally "walled garden".
Title: Etymology
Post by: Museten on April 26, 2020, 11:40:42 PM
Terrestrial "Terra" - earth.

"Earth trial"
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: stateofaffairs on April 26, 2020, 11:57:40 PM
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I still don't see whats so 'good' about the TPTB incest and pedo religion.

Hell is empty and all the devils are here? If there’s no hope left in the box what’s the point of having it?

https://youtu.be/IZRCIjMWRLg

God, what a terrible movie.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Museten on April 27, 2020, 10:28:19 AM
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Melanie is a feminine given name derived from the Greek μελανία (melania), “blackness” and that from μέλας (melas), meaning “dark”.

So 'Melania Trump' is really something more like 'blackness/dark Trump'? If Trump is a vessel for Lucifer which brings the light and Melania is dark/blackness, is their relationship symbolic of a union of opposites or something?
Thesis + Antithesis = Synthesis? Trump + Melania = People meant to usher in the next phase of 'America'(?) Maybe Trump is more of an Antithesis in this equation.

Seems logical.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Museten on April 27, 2020, 10:29:57 AM
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I know there's (probably) something more to this but the etymology of 'galaxy' is 'milky circle' and or 'pertaining to milk'. The 'milk' in reference is the 'Milky Way'. . . because it looks like swirls of milk in the sky? That seems pretty odd.

I'm not sure what this means right now but its an interesting thing I just noticed. A side note is that apparently its a thing (among Satanists) to baptize people in milk, what ever that means.

Earth is an unusually I'm port ant planette.

Think mothers milk.

Think where we are taught civilization began here..

Certain beings feeding on the fertile crescent?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Museten on May 11, 2020, 12:02:10 PM
The yiddish - faygele means "homosexual" (n.), literally "little bird." - thought immediately of Twitter.

Lots of interesting stuff here:

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=faggot

late 13c., "bundle of twigs bound up," also fagald, faggald, from Old French fagot "bundle of sticks" (13c.), of uncertain origin, probably from Italian fagotto "bundle of sticks," diminutive of Vulgar Latin *facus, from Latin fascis "bundle of wood" (see fasces).

Interesting we have the fasces all over the government iconography.

twig (n.)
Old English twig "twig, branch, shoot, small tree," from Proto-Germanic *twigga "a fork" (source also of Middle Dutch twijch, Dutch twijg, Old High German zwig, German Zweig "branch, twig"), from PIE *dwi-ko-, from root *dwo- "two." Compare Old English twisel "fork, point of division."

Didn't know what "catamite" referred to so researched and found: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexuality_in_ancient_Rome

The language seems very similar to language that has come out of the woodwork recently in the BDSM communities.

cata-
word-forming element meaning "down, downward," but also "through, on, against, concerning," etc., from Latinized form of Greek kata-, before vowels kat-, from kata "down, downward, down from, down to," from PIE *kmt- "down, with, along" (source also of Hittite kattan (adv.) "below, underneath," katta "along with"). Occasionally in Greek it had senses of "against" (catapult) or "wrongly" (catachresis), also "along, through, over, across, concerning." Also sometimes used as an intensive or with a sense of completion of action (catalogue). Very active in ancient Greek, this prefix is found in English mostly in words borrowed through Latin after c. 1500.

mite (n.1)
"tiny animal, minute arachnid," Old English mite "minute, parasitic insect or arachnid," from Proto-Germanic *miton (source also of Middle Dutch mite, Dutch mijt, Old High German miza, Danish mide) meaning originally perhaps "the cutter," in reference to its bite, from Proto-Germanic *mait- (source also of Gothic maitan, Old High German meizen "to cut"), from PIE root *mai- (1) "to cut" (see maim). Compare ant. Or else its original sense is "something small," and it is from PIE root *mei- (2) "small," in reference to size.

I'm starting to really get a hang for researching the etymology first for a new word, instead of jumping to it's recent context (definition).

Also baggage was mentioned (in relation to the word faggot being related to both gays and women):

baggage (n.)
mid-15c., "portable equipment of an army; plunder, loot," from Old French bagage "baggage, (military) equipment" (14c.), from bague "pack, bundle, sack," probably ultimately from the same Scandinavian source that yielded bag (n.). Later used of the bags, trunks, packages, etc., of a traveler (in this sense British English historically prefers luggage). Baggage-smasher (1847) was American English slang for "railway porter."

Used disparagingly, "worthless woman, strumpet" from 1590s; sometimes also playfully, "saucy or flirtatious woman" (1670s). Emotional baggage "detrimental unresolved feelings and issues from past experiences" is attested by 1957.

Funny how women are often so obsessed with their bag(gage).
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 12, 2020, 04:58:15 AM
There is a rapper named 'Migos'. Odd name but what is to be expected with these kinds of 'people', right? Well, it just so happens to be the case that this name is also the name of a race of entities that Lovecraft talked about from Yuggoth.

Methinks someone made a deal with a dark ancient force for 'recognition'. So(u)l(e)d out much?

Migos - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Migos

Mi-go | The H.P. Lovecraft Wiki | Fandom
https://lovecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Mi-go
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 12, 2020, 05:09:06 AM
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The yiddish - faygele means "homosexual" (n.), literally "little bird." - thought immediately of Twitter.

Lots of interesting stuff here:

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=faggot

late 13c., "bundle of twigs bound up," also fagald, faggald, from Old French fagot "bundle of sticks" (13c.), of uncertain origin, probably from Italian fagotto "bundle of sticks," diminutive of Vulgar Latin *facus, from Latin fascis "bundle of wood" (see fasces).

Interesting we have the fasces all over the government iconography.

twig (n.)
Old English twig "twig, branch, shoot, small tree," from Proto-Germanic *twigga "a fork" (source also of Middle Dutch twijch, Dutch twijg, Old High German zwig, German Zweig "branch, twig"), from PIE *dwi-ko-, from root *dwo- "two." Compare Old English twisel "fork, point of division."

Didn't know what "catamite" referred to so researched and found: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homosexuality_in_ancient_Rome

The language seems very similar to language that has come out of the woodwork recently in the BDSM communities.

cata-
word-forming element meaning "down, downward," but also "through, on, against, concerning," etc., from Latinized form of Greek kata-, before vowels kat-, from kata "down, downward, down from, down to," from PIE *kmt- "down, with, along" (source also of Hittite kattan (adv.) "below, underneath," katta "along with"). Occasionally in Greek it had senses of "against" (catapult) or "wrongly" (catachresis), also "along, through, over, across, concerning." Also sometimes used as an intensive or with a sense of completion of action (catalogue). Very active in ancient Greek, this prefix is found in English mostly in words borrowed through Latin after c. 1500.

mite (n.1)
"tiny animal, minute arachnid," Old English mite "minute, parasitic insect or arachnid," from Proto-Germanic *miton (source also of Middle Dutch mite, Dutch mijt, Old High German miza, Danish mide) meaning originally perhaps "the cutter," in reference to its bite, from Proto-Germanic *mait- (source also of Gothic maitan, Old High German meizen "to cut"), from PIE root *mai- (1) "to cut" (see maim). Compare ant. Or else its original sense is "something small," and it is from PIE root *mei- (2) "small," in reference to size.

I'm starting to really get a hang for researching the etymology first for a new word, instead of jumping to it's recent context (definition).

Also baggage was mentioned (in relation to the word faggot being related to both gays and women):

baggage (n.)
mid-15c., "portable equipment of an army; plunder, loot," from Old French bagage "baggage, (military) equipment" (14c.), from bague "pack, bundle, sack," probably ultimately from the same Scandinavian source that yielded bag (n.). Later used of the bags, trunks, packages, etc., of a traveler (in this sense British English historically prefers luggage). Baggage-smasher (1847) was American English slang for "railway porter."

Used disparagingly, "worthless woman, strumpet" from 1590s; sometimes also playfully, "saucy or flirtatious woman" (1670s). Emotional baggage "detrimental unresolved feelings and issues from past experiences" is attested by 1957.

Funny how women are often so obsessed with their bag(gage).

'Birds and the bee's' comes to mind with the first part of your post. Why do they call male/female interactions that? Why not something else?

In reference to the last part of your post, the way women are now are echos of a destroyed group of people who have been utterly lost and programmed over the course of countless millennia who can't hope to redeem themselves without the help of 'external assistance' (men). What they call natural and native to their habits are really subconscious cries for help from a unfathomably beautiful force that was raped and now only lingers in the minds of the enlightened and written fables of times long gone.
Forgetful of what once was and their more divine nature, they refuse to admit they relish in their own subjugation and don't plan on consciously changing unless the survival of their kind depends on it, which again, relies on men being men and not simp lords.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on May 12, 2020, 10:27:12 PM
Point - Middle English: the noun partly from Old French point, from Latin punctum ‘something that is pricked’, giving rise to the senses ‘unit, mark, point in space or time’; partly from Old French pointe, from Latin puncta ‘pricking’, giving rise to the senses ‘sharp tip, promontory’. The verb is from Old French pointer, and in some senses from the English noun.

Indeed

What is not
Title: Etymology
Post by: Museten on May 12, 2020, 11:51:03 PM
Can you expand on this? When I think of pricked I think of "pricking my finger" to pierce a medium. So to point would be to "draw blood" from the quantum aether... To materialize it? Language (pointing) fails me in such concepts. But it sure is pretty to be closer to the edge.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 19, 2020, 07:23:38 PM
The 'Oscars' award given annually. 'Oscar' means 'gods spear'.

Oscar
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Oscar

Makes me think of 'Frank' which apparently means 'lance', 'javelin'. Pretty sure they are similar but not exactly the same.

Frank (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Frank
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on May 19, 2020, 08:18:23 PM
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The 'Oscars' award given annually. 'Oscar' means 'gods spear'.

Oscar
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Oscar

Makes me think of 'Frank' which apparently means 'lance', 'javelin'. Pretty sure they are similar but not exactly the same.

Frank (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Frank

Look up ptah
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 19, 2020, 08:35:34 PM
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The 'Oscars' award given annually. 'Oscar' means 'gods spear'.

Oscar
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Oscar

Makes me think of 'Frank' which apparently means 'lance', 'javelin'. Pretty sure they are similar but not exactly the same.

Frank (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Frank

Look up ptah

Wow. Bears a striking resemblance to say the least.

(https://www.elmens.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Oscars.jpg)

(https://mindcontrolblackassassins.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/pickaninnyoscar.gif?w=351&h=274)
Title: Etymology
Post by: iknownothing on May 19, 2020, 08:47:25 PM
https://old.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/gmq9bh/have_you_noticed_that_a_lot_of_words_changed/
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Grass is Green on May 19, 2020, 10:06:44 PM
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The 'Oscars' award given annually. 'Oscar' means 'gods spear'.

Oscar
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Oscar

Makes me think of 'Frank' which apparently means 'lance', 'javelin'. Pretty sure they are similar but not exactly the same.

Frank (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Frank


So Frank and key both mean lance.

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=key
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 19, 2020, 10:26:58 PM
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The 'Oscars' award given annually. 'Oscar' means 'gods spear'.

Oscar
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Oscar

Makes me think of 'Frank' which apparently means 'lance', 'javelin'. Pretty sure they are similar but not exactly the same.

Frank (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Frank


So Frank and key both mean lance.

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=key

In relation to 'The Book', Nick said the key was closer to a shield than a spear/lance.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on May 19, 2020, 11:48:32 PM
Israrael -10 tribes
Judah-2 tribes
Etymology of jew
https://youtu.be/BHsU7Icu3H4
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 19, 2020, 11:54:20 PM
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Israrael -10 tribes
Judah-2 tribes
Etymology of jew
https://youtu.be/BHsU7Icu3H4

So what is the thirteenth tribe?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 24, 2020, 04:29:21 PM
Hollywood and the 'silver screen'. They look for people with 'talent' (the total weight/sum of gold) to sell out for the 'silver screen'. Trading gold for silver and some recognition following the 'red carpet' (Satan's bloodline(s)).
The place where fallen angels who once shined like a bright star are now stuck in cement on the side of a road where people walk on. Trapped reliving their 'golden days' when the spotlight was still on them, as if they could not 'move on'. That is implying there is anything for them to move on to after they sell out.
Title: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on May 25, 2020, 04:02:02 PM
A possible early form of Choronzon or Kronos, from "Orpheus, Sanchuniathon, and the Origins of the Ionian World Model."

(By the way, the same ancient Sanchuniathon, Phoenician scholar, who says flat out  "lol Israel is our ancient name for Chronos/Saturn.")

http://thetempleofnature.org/_dox/west-ab-ovo.pdf

"Here again is a personified Time; this must be the name that Eudemus' informant rendered as Chronos. As for Chousoros, he also appears in Sanchuniathon-Philo, in the form Chousor, and there he is identified with Hephaestus. He is in fact the old god Kotaru, who appears in the Ugaritic epics as the divine craftsman ktr whss "Kothar-and-Hasis"; proto-Semitic and Ugaritic [letter] t became [letter] s in Phoenician, and the vowels suffered the same shift as in olam > ulam. Semitic k and s normally appear as X and A in Greek transcriptions. Chousoros' title Anoigeus ["Opener"] does not mean merely that he is to open the egg: it must represent Phoenician pth, and signifies an equation with the Egyptian Ptah."

So Chronos, Hephaestus, Ptah have cognates with "Kothar-and-Hasis."

Katharsis, ancient Greek "cleansing, purging." Modern, "the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions."

'Time heals all wounds,' time tempers all wounds. The blacksmith motif (Vulcan, Hephaistos, Yahweh, Kothar-Hasis, Ptah, etc.) is the time god tempering our lives like a smith tempers steel.

Temper, borrowed from Latin temperō (“I divide or proportion duly, I moderate, I regulate; (intransitive sense) I am moderate, I am temperate”), from tempus (“time, fit season”), from PIE *tempos ("stretch"), or from PIE *temn- ("to cut"); see also Latin temno ("I despise"), tondeo ("I shear, prune, reap"), templum ("a distinct space [for deity]"); ancient Greek temno ("I cut, maim, sacrifice, reap.")
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 03, 2020, 02:37:56 AM
'Portland', the land of portals? The name apparently means "land surrounding a harbor". The etymology of 'harbor' (in this context) is a 'lodging for ships' but also 'lodging','quarters' in a general sense of housing someone or a group.

A harbor for 'space ships' or external merkabahs? Maybe there is a hellsmouth there or some other portal that a certain faction controls. Nike (falling angels) also has their HQ and was founded in Portland, Oregon.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 03, 2020, 11:25:10 AM
'Koresh' is the Hebrew form of 'Cyrus'. . . so what would that imply about used to be idols like 'Miley Cyrus', her father and their bloodline?

Cyrus
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Cyrus
Title: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on June 09, 2020, 09:48:09 PM
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Link to “chim” in es lore: https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/CHIM

CHIM, chimera, khimeros, a male goat.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: K on June 10, 2020, 02:22:29 AM
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Link to “chim” in es lore: https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/CHIM

CHIM, chimera, khimeros, a male goat.

chime, chIM

Fun Fact: MIchael Kirkbride, the writer responsible for much of the lore behind the Elderscroll games, wrote much of his lore for Morrowind during a week of solitude in his department while near constantly on various psychedelics.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: zephyr on June 10, 2020, 10:14:26 AM
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Fun Fact: MIchael Kirkbride, the writer responsible for much of the lore behind the Elderscroll games, wrote much of his lore for Morrowind during a week of solitude in his department while near constantly on various psychedelics.

I’m not surprised!! r/teslore is my favorite spiritual battleground. The Elder Scrolls teaches the pattern more than any media I’ve encountered, not just the stories but how to compile, extract, and reference conflicting sources.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 18, 2020, 11:56:13 PM
A 'button' is a 'butt-on'. Sex magic.

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button (n.)
"from Old French boton "a button," originally "a bud" (12c., Modern French bouton), from bouter, boter "to thrust, strike, push," common Romanic (cognate with Spanish boton, Italian bottone), ultimately from a Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *buttan, from PIE root *bhau- "to strike." Thus a button is, etymologically, something that pushes up, or thrusts out."
https://www.etymonline.com/word/button
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 19, 2020, 09:49:24 PM
Why do we call our family 'relatives'? The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb? Our chosen 'family' is stronger than our 'randomly allotted' one related by blood?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Winds of Change on June 19, 2020, 11:38:07 PM
Allotted: given for a definite/particular purpose.  Random: without definite/particular aim or purpose.  People are drawn together by underlying currents, family and friends... even foes.   
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Museten on June 23, 2020, 12:36:55 AM
The one who gathers up the common man (men of low birth)... Who am I?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 27, 2020, 09:03:25 PM
'Bank of America' is really 'Bank away from America'.

The 'Department of Justice' is really 'Department away from Justice'.

The etymology of 'of' is 'away, away from'.

of (prep.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/of
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Winds of Change on June 27, 2020, 10:54:33 PM
Of in the sense that it means 'away from' as in 'derived from'.  Spirits of salts.  Queen of England.  Descended from.  Many senses to this one.
Title: Etymology
Post by: ophiuchus on June 27, 2020, 11:05:59 PM
How relevant is the etymology of your own name and to what extent does it influence your life?
Title: Etymology
Post by: Museten on June 28, 2020, 01:01:46 AM
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How relevant is the etymology of your own name and to what extent does it influence your life?

Very. Words are vibrations. What notes are being played? Do you like your song?
Title: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 28, 2020, 02:36:50 AM
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How relevant is the etymology of your own name and to what extent does it influence your life?

As muse said, EXTREMELY..

You ever wonder what stage names are all about what Jon Stewart have been successful if he had stuck with John Lebowitz..
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 28, 2020, 04:28:43 AM
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How relevant is the etymology of your own name and to what extent does it influence your life?

As muse said, EXTREMELY..

You ever wonder what stage names are all about what Jon Stewart have been successful if he had stuck with John Lebowitz..

The etymology of 'John Stewart' is 'Jehova(god)has favored (this) defender of the house(or warden)'.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 02, 2020, 10:54:54 AM
So this thing about 'CHAZ' and 'CHOP' is interesting. They had one in Seattle (apparently it's not up anymore?) and now there's one in NYC (still called 'CHAZ' and 'CHOP').

'Chaz' is an abbreviation for 'Charles'. The etymology of 'Charles' is 'free man'. The etymology of 'chop' is 'to cut with a quick blow'. From Vulgar Latin for 'to behead'.

Add those two together and you get something close to '(The)Free man(men) are being (quickly) beheaded'.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 07, 2020, 08:15:28 PM
'Elon Musk' means 'God Most High's(El) (mouse?) Testicles'(?)

Elyon - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elyon

musk (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/musk
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 08, 2020, 07:55:44 PM
'Nikola' is 'Nicholas' and the etymology of 'Nicholas' is 'victory people'.

What is a 'Tesla'? A "unit of magnetic flux density,"(?)

'Nikola Tesla' is  'Victory people of Electromagnetism' or 'Victory of the Electromagnetic People'(?) Maybe it's better phrased as 'Victory (of the) People of Energy'.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 10, 2020, 12:59:37 PM
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'Nikola' is 'Nicholas' and the etymology of 'Nicholas' is 'victory people'.

What is a 'Tesla'? A "unit of magnetic flux density,"(?)

'Nikola Tesla' is  'Victory people of Electromagnetism' or 'Victory of the Electromagnetic People'(?) Maybe it's better phrased as 'Victory (of the) People of Energy'.

Electromagnetic victor(champion) of the people.
Title: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 10, 2020, 12:59:58 PM
Honorable

c. 1200, onur, "glory, renown, fame earned," from Anglo-French honour

Renowned bull

The honorable judge..
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 10, 2020, 01:13:08 PM
'Bullion'.

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bullion (n.)
"uncoined gold or silver," from Anglo-French bullion, Old French billon "bar of precious metal," also "place where coins are made, mint,"
https://www.etymonline.com/word/bullion

Its also 'Bull Ion'. All 'uncoined' gold or silver and bars of precious metals are ruled by Saturn's energy (ion)?

Phonetically its also 'boolean'. The surname 'Boole' is a variant of 'Bull'.

Boolean (adj.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Boolean

Boolean - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boolean
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on July 10, 2020, 01:19:21 PM
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'Nikola' is 'Nicholas' and the etymology of 'Nicholas' is 'victory people'.

What is a 'Tesla'? A "unit of magnetic flux density,"(?)

'Nikola Tesla' is  'Victory people of Electromagnetism' or 'Victory of the Electromagnetic People'(?) Maybe it's better phrased as 'Victory (of the) People of Energy'.

Electromagnetic victor(champion) of the people.

Ahhh but what does the word Tesla mean before they honored Tesla by naming the unit for magnetic flux after him :$
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: 01010010 on July 10, 2020, 01:52:33 PM
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'Nikola' is 'Nicholas' and the etymology of 'Nicholas' is 'victory people'.

What is a 'Tesla'? A "unit of magnetic flux density,"(?)

'Nikola Tesla' is  'Victory people of Electromagnetism' or 'Victory of the Electromagnetic People'(?) Maybe it's better phrased as 'Victory (of the) People of Energy'.

Electromagnetic victor(champion) of the people.

Ahhh but what does the word Tesla mean before they honored Tesla by naming the unit for magnetic flux after him :$
Tesla was originally a surname of Slavic Origin and means "of the axe" or "harvester"/Descendant of one whose teeth resemble a claw hammer (Tesla)
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 19, 2020, 11:34:49 AM
What's the deal with these 'Karens'? Are they possessed or infected like 'feminazis'?

The etymology of 'Karen' is 'Pure'. That doesn't seem to add up with the 'Karen meme' but 'Karen' also apparently refers to "Mongoloid people of Burma, 1759 (as Carian), from Burmese ka-reng "wild, dirty, low-caste man" [OED]."

The latter seems to be more accurate than the former when the current 'Karens' are thought of. Interesting how they are apparently popping up all over the place now.

Karen (1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Karen

Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 19, 2020, 11:41:49 AM
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What's the deal with these 'Karens'? Are they possessed or infected like 'feminazis'?

The etymology of 'Karen' is 'Pure'. That doesn't seem to add up with the 'Karen meme' but 'Karen' also apparently refers to "Mongoloid people of Burma, 1759 (as Carian), from Burmese ka-reng "wild, dirty, low-caste man" [OED]."

The latter seems to be more accurate than the former when the current 'Karens' are thought of. Interesting how they are apparently popping up all over the place now.

Karen (1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/Karen

No they just suck as humans
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 20, 2020, 10:17:03 PM
Why are dollar bills referred to as 'bucks'? Is that some kind of druid (Saturn) or pan worshiping cult reference?

Money is green which makes me think of 'Green Man' which if I understand correctly, is just an aspect of Baal (Saturn). The implications appear to be that fiat is ruled by Saturn through some druid cult.

Apparently a 'buck' originally referred to a male goat before a deer.

buck (n.1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/buck
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 21, 2020, 04:24:21 AM
'IQ' is 'Qi' when reversed.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 25, 2020, 05:18:33 PM
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Why are dollar bills referred to as 'bucks'? Is that some kind of druid (Saturn) or pan worshiping cult reference?

Money is green which makes me think of 'Green Man' which if I understand correctly, is just an aspect of Baal (Saturn). The implications appear to be that fiat is ruled by Saturn through some druid cult.

Apparently a 'buck' originally referred to a male goat before a deer.

buck (n.1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/buck

So a buck is a male deer and cash are green so you have the Green Man combination think the face on the building in parks and rec...

What creatures have antlers like a buck because antlers are in fact the distinguishing feature of a buck
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: ophiuchus on July 25, 2020, 06:59:11 PM
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Why are dollar bills referred to as 'bucks'? Is that some kind of druid (Saturn) or pan worshiping cult reference?

Money is green which makes me think of 'Green Man' which if I understand correctly, is just an aspect of Baal (Saturn). The implications appear to be that fiat is ruled by Saturn through some druid cult.

Apparently a 'buck' originally referred to a male goat before a deer.

buck (n.1)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/buck

So a buck is a male deer and cash are green so you have the Green Man combination think the face on the building in parks and rec...

What creatures have antlers like a buck because antlers are in fact the distinguishing feature of a buck

"Cernunnos is depicted with antlers, seated cross-legged, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs, bulls, and rats. He is usually holding or wearing a torc.

Due to the lack of surviving literature, details about his name, his followers, or his significance in Celtic religion are unknown. Interpretations of his role vary from seeing him as a god of animals, nature and fertility to a god of travel, commerce and bi-directionality."

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/86/Gundestrupkedlen-_00054_%28cropped%29.jpg/1200px-Gundestrupkedlen-_00054_%28cropped%29.jpg)
(https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71POct5hh%2BL._AC_SX522_.jpg)

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while Pan is the proto-type for our modern image of the Horned God, another god, the Celtic Cernunnos, has superseded him. If you look at most modern images of the Horned God, he tends to look far more Cernunnosy than Pan-like. It’s more likely the Horned God will be sporting antlers than goat horns. His face tends to be more “man-like” and less goat influenced, and he usually has human legs instead of goaty ones.

Given Pan’s prominence in literature (The Wind in the Willows) and art, you’d think that it would have all swung Pan’s way, but it didn’t.

The problem with lumping Pan and Cernunnos together as one “Universal Horned God” is that they are extremely different deities. Cernunnos was not the sexual being that Pan was; there are no pictures featuring Cernunnos with an erect phallus. Cernunnos is usually depicted in a sitting position with legs crossed (we called this “Indian Style” at my elementary school), even if he did have a boner we wouldn’t be able to see it. This position was one Celtic hunters often used because it’s easy to get up from, so it’s probably safe to say that Cernunnos is a god of hunting. Cernunnos is often pictured with a torque and large bags of money on his person, cash and a symbol of royalty are a far cry from the drinking shepherd that was (and is) Pan. These are two entirely different types of gods.
https://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2012/06/the-strange-triumph-of-cernunnos-over-pan/
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 26, 2020, 04:49:11 PM
What is a 'gentleman'? Among the uninitiated, it may come off like a term used to describe a weak, push over male. The etymology seems to suggest something else and that would be that a 'gentleman' is someone of noble birth and rank.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: ephemeron on July 26, 2020, 08:46:08 PM
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https://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2012/06/the-strange-triumph-of-cernunnos-over-pan/

“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.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 26, 2020, 09:26:28 PM
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What is a 'gentleman'? Among the uninitiated, it may come off like a term used to describe a weak, push over male. The etymology seems to suggest something else and that would be that a 'gentleman' is someone of noble birth and rank.

Most properly a gentlemen is a kinsman someone of the same clan
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 26, 2020, 10:09:21 PM
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https://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2012/06/the-strange-triumph-of-cernunnos-over-pan/

“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'?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on July 28, 2020, 05:43:54 AM
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https://www.patheos.com/blogs/panmankey/2012/06/the-strange-triumph-of-cernunnos-over-pan/

“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
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on July 28, 2020, 05:55:31 AM
here are some links to help expose the movement for social credit
https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&nv=1&prev=search&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=fr&sp=nmt4&u=https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilberte_C%25C3%25B4t%25C3%25A9-Mercier&usg=ALkJrhhDZdB0RzLoKSjN-zdSdqylQt47cA

http://www.versdemain.org/articles/credit-social/item/l-argent-instrument-de-distribution

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

https://www.michaeljournal.org

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 : https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2919169/pg1

i also got into this on nrg1.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on 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?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on 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.
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on 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
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Zelezny on 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
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on 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.

krone (n.)
https://www.etymonline.com/word/krone
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: Undestroyer on August 07, 2020, 09:22:56 AM
very interesting discussion on the etymology of beard and barbarinan.

https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/alt.english.usage/xGNOXeNqNlE

a barb
a dude

HA!
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on August 10, 2020, 06:17:22 PM
'Nicholas Cage'.

'Victory of the Cage(d) people'? 'Victory people of the Cage(d)/prison'?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on August 10, 2020, 06:21:30 PM
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very interesting discussion on the etymology of beard and barbarinan.

https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/alt.english.usage/xGNOXeNqNlE

a barb
a dude

HA!

Where did the notion of a longer beard (more facial hair in general but the beard specifically) being symbolic of someones power and 'rank' (think of typical depictions of wizards) come from?
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: ophiuchus on August 10, 2020, 07:46:53 PM
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very interesting discussion on the etymology of beard and barbarinan.

https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/alt.english.usage/xGNOXeNqNlE

a barb
a dude

HA!

Where did the notion of a longer beard (more facial hair in general but the beard specifically) being symbolic of someones power and 'rank' (think of typical depictions of wizards) come from?

(https://i.pinimg.com/originals/03/d6/09/03d609da8bff4727bc73a6c55e155828.jpg)
(https://brewminate.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/061918-45-Akkadian-Empire-Mesopotamia.jpg)
Title: Etymology
Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 10, 2020, 08:50:19 PM
Consider again the origins of theater.

cage, prison; retreat, hideout" (12c.), from Latin cavea "hollow place, enclosure for animals, coop, hive, stall, dungeon, spectators' seats in the theater"
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: sheepdog on August 12, 2020, 07:06:47 PM
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'IQ' is 'Qi' when reversed.
Sure as shit is .lol a nebulous concept but useful when acquired. I'm good at 50% thus far .
Title: Re: Etymology
Post by: sheepdog on August 12, 2020, 07:37:58 PM
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very interesting discussion on the etymology of beard and barbarinan.

https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/alt.english.usage/xGNOXeNqNlE

a barb
a dude

HA!

Where did the notion of a longer beard (more facial hair in general but the beard specifically) being symbolic of someones power and 'rank' (think of typical depictions of wizards) come from?
the acceptance of term judeo-christianity and other opposite    antecedent modifier inverting phrasing of concepts mystifies me how the hell did we surrender our entire propaganda apparatus to them ??