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OP: September 19, 2020, 07:44:54 AM
Anyone know the etymology of vatican
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#1: September 19, 2020, 08:40:34 AM
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Anyone know the etymology of vatican

Apparently the etymology is "soothsayer, prophet, seer" from 'vates', a "poet or bard".

The implication is that the Vatican 'embellishes' (to say the least) and 'spiritually arouses' those who care to listen. In order words, they tell a fable and believe it.
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#2: September 19, 2020, 11:56:47 AM
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Anyone know the etymology of vatican
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This is very interesting, if we consider we are in Hades now.

there are other interesting connection too, for example:

The English-Latin noun vates /ˈveɪtiːz/ is a term for a prophet, following the Latin term. It is the origin of the English term ovate for an Irish bard.

In pagan Rome the vates resided on the Vatican Hill, the Hill of the Vatii. Indeed, the Vatican Hill takes it name from the Latin word Vaticanus, a vaticiniis ferendis, in allusion to the oracles, or Vaticinia, which were anciently delivered on the Vatican Hill.
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#4: September 19, 2020, 12:19:13 PM
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Divining serpent.

Built on St. Peter's Basilica or the 'serpents stone'.
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This is very interesting, if we consider we are in Hades now.

there are other interesting connection too, for example:

The English-Latin noun vates /ˈveɪtiːz/ is a term for a prophet, following the Latin term. It is the origin of the English term ovate for an Irish bard.

In pagan Rome the vates resided on the Vatican Hill, the Hill of the Vatii. Indeed, the Vatican Hill takes it name from the Latin word Vaticanus, a vaticiniis ferendis, in allusion to the oracles, or Vaticinia, which were anciently delivered on the Vatican Hill.

If the information in the image is accurate then it would imply that the Vatican offers 'cheap highs' and that the pope and related figures there know how to captivate an audience not that different from how a stage magician would. It would also imply that there is some sort of burial ground under the Vatican itself and I don't remember what it's called exactly but there was this hole in the ground that is a known lace where people have died. I don't remember if that was in the Vatican or another area though but it was discussed in the old board.

Vatican Necropolis - Wikipedia
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'Vatika' being the name of a weed that produces hallucinations could easily refer to what the Vatican is and how it functions. It also being the name of a bitter grape made into cheap awful wine implies that the Vatican makes 'wine' (blood) from the grapes already growing on the hill (possibly the population but at least the dead people there already).

Seen some people online claim the Vatican, being part of the 'big three' controls the 'souls' of people and that they all go through there before they incarnate on Earth.

The other implication is that they do 'dead people magic' or in other words, they do some kind of magic with the dead people there.
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This is very interesting, if we consider we are in Hades now.

there are other interesting connection too, for example:

The English-Latin noun vates /ˈveɪtiːz/ is a term for a prophet, following the Latin term. It is the origin of the English term ovate for an Irish bard.

In pagan Rome the vates resided on the Vatican Hill, the Hill of the Vatii. Indeed, the Vatican Hill takes it name from the Latin word Vaticanus, a vaticiniis ferendis, in allusion to the oracles, or Vaticinia, which were anciently delivered on the Vatican Hill.

Yes! This was very interesting!
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#7: September 20, 2020, 11:45:44 PM
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Anyone know the etymology of vatican

Apparently the etymology is "soothsayer, prophet, seer" from 'vates', a "poet or bard".

The implication is that the Vatican 'embellishes' (to say the least) and 'spiritually arouses' those who care to listen. In order words, they tell a fable and believe it.

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#9: September 20, 2020, 11:49:03 PM
Vatis=divine
Can=serpent
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#10: September 21, 2020, 01:01:38 AM
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#12: September 23, 2020, 08:14:19 PM
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Vatis=divine
Can=serpent

One of the oldest words for Serpent is Kane, but in modern times it is spelled Cane, with a C. I find it interesting that one of the earliest terms for the word Werewolf, was the word Lycan, and within the word Lycan, exists a morpheme in which implicates a hidden meaning. According to morphology, the word "can" denotes the Serpent.
All of the myths of olde have been altered, transformation has always been attributed to Serpent i.e. Reptile, not the Wolf. To even achieve metamorphosis one must akin to the Serpentagina.

Lycanthrope, Therianthrope, Metamorphose, and Shapeshifting, all contain the same basic principle which is transformation. I have been labeled as a fool for predicating the idea of Werewolves and Dogs, being as designed euphemisms for the Dragon or Serpent. The word Lycan is a derivation of the olden Lukànthrõpos, which according to my research is an explicit meaning for the Reptilian Shapeshifter and/or Djinn.

Why even the popular video game "Mortal Kombat" (which is really MK Ultra) has made an allusion to the Reptilian with one of it's characters who is called Lui Kang. The name Lui Kang, is pronounced remarkably similar to the word Lukànthrõpos, and this video game, fighter, finishes his victims off by shapeshifting into a giant Dragon, thus devouring them whole. That clearly is meant to exhibit the motif of Serpent devouring Man. Even the very word "kang" within Lui Kang simply means Dragon.

People will often refer to star Sirius, as the dog star, unbeknownst that the morpheme "sir" within the word Sirius, is connotative of the Sirpent or Serpent. Upon applying the affix "on" to the word Dog, it will spell out the word Dogon. The word Dogon is vaguely similar to the word Dragon and, there are of course the Dogon tribes of West Africa, whom share a special relationship with star Sirius. So upon the study of Morphology one may realize that it's not the Dog star, but rather the Dragon star, which is more fitting because star Sirius, is spelled in such a cryptic way in which avenues it's terminology."

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#13: September 23, 2020, 09:05:29 PM
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Why even the popular video game "Mortal Kombat" (which is really MK Ultra) has made an allusion to the Reptilian with one of it's characters who is called Lui Kang. The name Lui Kang, is pronounced remarkably similar to the word Lukànthrõpos, and this video game, fighter, finishes his victims off by shapeshifting into a giant Dragon, thus devouring them whole. That clearly is meant to exhibit the motif of Serpent devouring Man. Even the very word "kang" within Lui Kang simply means Dragon.

So 'we wuz kangz' on one layer may mean 'we wuz dragons' too?

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People will often refer to star Sirius, as the dog star, unbeknownst that the morpheme "sir" within the word Sirius, is connotative of the Sirpent or Serpent. Upon applying the affix "on" to the word Dog, it will spell out the word Dogon. The word Dogon is vaguely similar to the word Dragon and, there are of course the Dogon tribes of West Africa, whom share a special relationship with star Sirius. So upon the study of Morphology one may realize that it's not the Dog star, but rather the Dragon star, which is more fitting because star Sirius, is spelled in such a cryptic way in which avenues it's terminology."

I used to think that 'Dogon' was referring to the same entity 'Dagon' is. Same Dagon that the Vatican and Pope refers to and the same one Lovecraft wrote about. I also had an experience related to that but I won't share that here.

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#14: September 23, 2020, 10:01:08 PM
That crossed my mind too. Royalty and high born seems to always tie to serpents. Ser or Sir = Serpent. King or Kang = Serpent


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