270- Word Splitting, Phonetics, Etymology – Avoiding Literal His-Story (Free)
Date: November 18, 2020
We are now leaving the age of “I believe things” and entering the age of “I know things”. Language and how it is used will be a big part of this transition. Teaching and learning in recent centuries has been used to convince average minds to accept literal stories as the totality of knowing. Religion, science and the idea of where we exist are all examples of the literality trap – or accepting a surface narrative (story) as the paramount knowledge on offer. But – once a mind comprehends that nature shows us no falsehood (example of righteousness) we then have the needed example/tools to know things that are beyond question. We then have the ability to measure language and all other facets of life using truth as the balance. After all, living men and woman are born with the ability to detect the ring of truth and once a mind re-aligns with the perfection of this creation it is very easy to detect where truth does not exist. You can hear it, smell it, detect it – you can KNOW it! Verily, verily I say unto Thee, The Sky is Blue. But can you tell me what season it is in the Acceptable Year of Our Lord?