The Esoteric Definition of Contract

Authored or posted by | March 23, 2015
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Contract Esoteric Definition

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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.

The overt definition of contract

The word “contract” does not mean what you think it does. Here is the legal definition of contract from TheFreeDictionary.com:

An agreement with specific terms between two or more persons or entities in which there is a promise to do something in return for a valuable benefit known as consideration.”

The existence of a contract requires finding the following factual elements: a) an offer; b) an acceptance of that offer which results in a meeting of the minds; c) a promise to perform; d) a valuable consideration (which can be a promise or payment in some form); e) a time or event when performance must be made (meet commitments); f) terms and conditions for performance, including fulfilling promises; g) performance.

The covert definition of contract

To find the covert or deeper meaning of the word “contract,” you need to look below its surface, dissect its layers, find its origins, and look at it from many different angles. This means that you may need to use an etymology dictionary to find the origins of the word, and split and rearrange the word using the art of anagram.

One of the first steps to find the deeper meaning of the word “contract” is to separate it into two words. When you separate “contract” in half, you get “con-tract.”As a verb, the word “con” is define as “to swindle or trick.” As a noun, the word “tract” is define as “a brief treatise or pamphlet for general distribution.” Based on the two definitions, when you put “con” and “tract” together, you get a “deceptive treatise” or a “treatise of trickery.”

Nearly all contracts you sign with corporations are fraudulent

When you sign a contract with a corporation (i.e. bank, government agency), you are agreeing to a fraudulent and deceptive treatise. The good news is that pretty much all contracts you made with corporations and government agencies are fraudulent since they do not come with full disclosure. For a contract to be valid, it needs to have an agreement with mutual understanding, competent parties, and full disclosure of material facts.

When you agree to a contract, you are not only agreeing at the physical level but also at the spiritual level. If you are not careful, the terms and conditions in the contract can be used to enslave your soul. This is why before you sign a contract, always read the whole contract and the fine print and make sure it comes with full disclosure.

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