Did You Know a Mortgage is a Pledge to the DEAD?

Authored or posted by | June 8, 2016
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Picture of a Mortgage AgreementOn December 3, 2015, I wrote and published an article titled The Occult Definition of Mortgage: Why You Should Never Get a Mortgage. On December 15, 2015, Youtuber Chua Chye Koon turned this article into a video. If you have not read this article and are interested in the forbidden secrets of the mortgage industry, I encourage you to watch the following short video. If you would rather read the article, visit this page.

Here is a short summary of the video below that explains why a mortgage is a pledge to the dead:

The word mortgage/mort-gage originated from two Old French words, which are mort and gage. In Old French, mort means dead and gage means pledge. The word pledge comes from Old French plegier, meaning “to promise” or “to solemnly promise or guarantee”. Dictionary.com defines pledge as “a solemn promise or agreement to do or refrain from doing something”.

To connect the dots, when you take out a mortgage, you unknowingly make a pledge (promise) to the dead. This is the general occult definition of the word mortgage. So, what is the dead? The dead represents the Dark Forces (groups of demons) and their corporations (corpses or dead bodies).

The Occult Definition of Mortgage: Why You Should Never Get a Mortgage

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Category: Esoteric & Occult (Hidden) Knowledge, Etymology & Word Magic

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