I must admit that I’ve become rather fascinated with this idea that the English language was carefully crafted to produce magical effects. It’s time to go deeper.
I found another article on EnergyFanatics.com called Word Magic: How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells.
According to PL Chang:
- Magic is the art of directing and controlling energy. That much we’ve already established.
- Words, when spoken, transform into frequencies and vibration that can be used to direct energy, which produces magic effects. That’s something we’ve explored as well.
But it definitely gets a lot more interesting from there.
I’ve pulled out some of the points that fascinated me:
- Politicians practice the art of magic, which is why they are considered Dark Magicians. They use the magic for evil.
- The word “magnetic” has the word “magic” in it, if you take out the “net”.
- The most powerful thing in the universe is energy, and if you can learn to control it, you will become powerful.
- When you are going to court for trial, you are not going to “court”, you are going to a game arena.
- Attorneys are agents of the Crown Temple, a secret society that controls the Crown of England.
- When you separate the word “contract’ in half, the first half of the word becomes “con”, which means to swindle or trick someone. A tract, is a treatise or pamphlet. You get “deceptive treatise” when you put the two together.
- If you want to know the deeper meaning of a word, it’s not enough to look up its dictionary definition.
- Baptism is a dark magic spell.
- When you speak words, you cast thoughts and vibrations into Earth’s magnetic field, an energy field that creates the reality of Earth.
- Words are made of letters that are designed using sacred geometry.
Is it true that you can cast “spells” with words, and that’s why we are taught how to “spell” in school?
Is baptism indeed the act of entering into a “coven”?
Are languages indeed crafted with this much care and thought? Have we been duped into using words that those in the know never would?