Category: Etymology & Word Magic

The Esoteric Definition of Cop

The Esoteric Definition of Cop

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The word “cop” comes from the Latin word capere, which means “to take.” When most people hear the word cop, they automatically think of a police officer. From the perspective of the common people, the word cop does mean a police officer. However, if you really want to know the deeper meanings of this word, you need to dwell into the realm of esoteric knowledge and secret societies.

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The Esoteric Definition of Contract

The Esoteric Definition of Contract

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 23, 2015 | Reply

The word “contract” comes from Old French contract and Latin contractus. Contract is a very powerful thing because it can be used to trick you to give up some of the power of your free will. It can also be used to bind you to certain terms and conditions and therefore limiting your choices and demanding you to do something to satisfy those terms and conditions.

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How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells

How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 16, 2015 | 14 Replies

Words are not just elements of speech or writing, because they can be used to strengthen the effects of magic, which is the art of directing and controlling energy. When spoken out loud, words transform into frequencies and vibrations that can be used to direct energy. This is one of the first steps to creating magic effects. Most people will laugh at the idea of magic being real, but if only they knew what magic really is and how magic is being used to control them, they would not be laughing. The world is dominated by magic. Until you train your eyes to see how magic is used to control you, you will never know how the world really works.

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