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ETYMOLOGY AND CIPHERING

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ETYMOLOGY AND CIPHERING

Etymology and Ciphering is a group that has a direct focus on determining the true meaning of words and symbols. 

Our primary emphasis is to identify ancient and modern programming of the Mind, Body, and Soul. This we feel will allow us to gain a greater innerstanding and bearing in relation to the multiple realities that surround us, seen and unseen. 

Tools

The Anagram Engine

This tool will allow you to see all the posible spelling for a group of words. It is great to use on your name or longer words and sentences.

Symbols.com

An online site that allows you to track a symbol by description. The site also contains a large database of symbols with loose interpretations. 

Sepher Sapphires

Book - Audio

This work will allow you to gain a great example of just how expansive the meaning and use of languages can be by highlighting the Hebrew Cabalah.

The Esoteric Alphabet

Book

A look in to the English languages and the energy it evokes through shape.  

The Book of Talismans, Amulets, and Zodiacal Gems

Book

A masterpiece that highlights ancient work that is being lost and the true origins of many Sigils used today. 

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Discussion Forum

Phoenician Aleph 5 Replies

Has anyone found that the original letter for Aleph (A) written in Phoenician is actually 2 Xs that meet at the end?  Is it possible that the Aleph of the Sumerians actually represented the Cow to represent the feminine energy. The Matrix…Continue

Started by Stacey Palmer. Last reply by Aaron A Roan UULEE UEUK=I 12 hours ago.

About right and left 18 Replies

I've been wondering this for a while now, so I thought someone might shed some knowledge on the etymology of right and left. Particularly, how most people are brought up to be right handed ( or maybe it's in their genetics) and how we say the…Continue

Tags: left, right, ciphering, etymology

Started by Tyrone. Last reply by Michael Fong Oct 3.

DIAGONAL 2 Replies

di·ag·o·nal[dahy-ag-uh-nl, -ag-nl] adjective1.Mathematics .a.connecting two nonadjacent angles or …Continue

Started by KFive. Last reply by Tay Aug 4.

SAT NAM 7 Replies

Wholeness all! For a few years, I was practicing Kundalini Yoga and after the close of each practice, we students chanted SAT NAM.  Which the teacher instructed that meant, "the truth is your identity."  Today, I was listening to the show that Sevan…Continue

Started by Emily Banko. Last reply by Samuel Adam Alder Apr 11.

The One People's Public Trust 13 Replies

Greetings Dear Ones, I'm posing my question here in this forum as it seems I am having difficulty deciphering this idea and discerning whether this could be true. . . Could TOPPT be real and could their filings have any real effect on TPTB or (as…Continue

Started by AZCMer. Last reply by Tyrone Ray Feb 14.

Password 1 Reply

Im not sure if this has been discussed, I am very new to Etymology/trying to remember how it works.I was at work today and was typing some automation code to test the company's software when i noticed the word "password" but the textbox that it was…Continue

Started by Dang Sikfu. Last reply by angela somerville Oct 30, 2012.

Fortune, For-tune, everything is a melody. 1 Reply

For-tune, everything is a melody. If you've been following the study group talks from Sevan on everything being a harmony, I thought i'd give you a quick shortcut to wealth or abundance in your life. Playing your tune, or being for the tune, on…Continue

Tags: orchestra, life, harmony, melody, for

Started by Mark Joseph Middleton. Last reply by Zen Alchemist Oct 9, 2012.

Paleo Hebrew Initial Findings, Resources 6 Replies

Paleo Hebrew Initial Findings, Resources. Disclaimer. This is a resource guide. I am just starting my research but want to share what I am finding right away, and the resources I am pulling up for anyone to do the same 1, Introduction2, Why Study…Continue

Tags: languages, patterns, pattern, language, root

Started by Mark Joseph Middleton. Last reply by Samuel Adam Alder Sep 24, 2012.

4D to 3D, Why things start off internal, and go external, a working theory. 2 Replies

4D to 3D, Why things start off internal, and go external, a working theory. While living in 3D, all things have to start internally in 4D as that is the dimension of time before they get here. They start a duplicate of what is already there, and…Continue

Tags: expansion, out, power, inner, 3D

Started by Mark Joseph Middleton. Last reply by Mark Joseph Middleton Sep 24, 2012.

Am I a Moron when learning a Lesson?

The Moron, the fool , the one…Continue

Tags: Moron, Lesson, More, Less

Started by Joeronimo Sep 16, 2012.

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Comment by garry david on August 19, 2014 at 8:03am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJTpwe3OiV8

http://www.laurelairica.com/

ReArranging
the vOWLs in
Poetical Order

AVOWAL
is defined as:
“An open statement of
affirmation”
and many of us are coming
to see
just how powerful an
affirmation can be.

AEAEAE
is an ancient word for
magic
from a time when many
people knew
the potent power of spells
and rites.

Placing AE
-a small unit of magic –
-in front of IOU is a way of
spelling perpetual
indebtedness
of one to another
which is cosmically correct
but financially
impoverishing.

If,
instead,we place AE
before O-U-I
we AVOW the
AyE that is OUI
and the WE that is US
which unites and affirms
our individuality and
indivisibility.

Thus,
AE-OUI may be
avowal for our mutual
prosperity.

Comment by Bruxby on August 19, 2014 at 6:31am

discipline: directly from Latin disciplina "instruction given, teaching, learning, knowledge"

Comment by Bruxby on June 28, 2014 at 9:47pm

weird (adj.) Look up weird at Dictionary.comc.1400, "having power to control fate, from wierd (n.), from Old English wyrd "fate, chance, fortune; destiny; the Fates," literally "that which comes," from Proto-Germanic *wurthiz (cognates: Old Saxon wurd, Old High German wurt "fate," Old Norse urðr"fate, one of the three Norns"), from PIE *wert- "to turn, to wind," (cognates: German werden, Old English weorðan "to become"), from root *wer- (3) "to turn, bend" (see versus). For sense development from "turning" to "becoming," compare phrase turn into "become." 

The sense "uncanny, supernatural" developed from Middle English use of weird sisters for the three fates or Norns (in Germanic mythology), the goddesses who controlled human destiny. They were portrayed as odd or frightening in appearance, as in "Macbeth" (and especially in 18th and 19th century productions of it), which led to the adjectival meaning "odd-looking, uncanny" (1815); "odd, strange, disturbingly different" (1820). Related: Weirdlyweirdness.

Comment by Du@Ly.Plane0 on June 8, 2014 at 7:12am
Comment by Samuel Adam Alder on May 19, 2014 at 7:24am

good answers man ! that makes it even more gnostic! :)

Comment by Bruxby on May 19, 2014 at 6:20am
Comment by Bruxby on May 19, 2014 at 6:19am

ill give a funny meaning to it samuel. i would say that the interpretation in the story is that cypher is good with the operating system, in that he can cypher the code, however  i don't think he really follows up from what he knows, he doesn't necessarily go any deeper than his intellectualism and gets trapped in that and that loses himself to temptation of the body. so in that story he says that he knows the steak is just a code but he still loves it anyways. 

Comment by Samuel Adam Alder on May 19, 2014 at 4:35am

A question: Why in the movie the matrix, is Cypher, a.k.a a word for an encryption or possibly someone who decrypts (cypherist) the traitor? And what, if anything, does that have to do with all of our cyphering

Comment by Samuel Adam Alder on May 19, 2014 at 4:31am

Loving the discussion about lead, I also have an offering on it; Lead is a double word, meaning leader and the metal lead because it is an indication to the alchemical language and knowledge, the first thing the awakening being looks for is teachers and leaders, i remember hearing also that things compress into lead, and that lead does not conduct sound very well and it is poisonous, for more general info dictionaries are always great: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/lead in italian the word for lead poisoning is saturnismo... can't get more blatant than that! :D

Comment by Carlos Cruz on May 18, 2014 at 11:57am

An anagram for Lead is Deal.

 
 
 

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