How Words Create Worlds & Why Words Make the World Whirl & Whir

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Picture of a magic storybookBy Pao Chang, author of EsotericKnowledge.me

Words make the world whirl or go round because without words human society will not be able to communicate effectively. When people can not communicate effectively, they have a hard time working in cooperation and their ability to perform well together is dramatically reduced. When people can not work and perform well together, the flow of the economy becomes heavily out of sync, causing economic and social disruptions throughout the world.

Words make the world go round or whirl because they are great for conveying ideas and information. Furthermore, when words are spoken out loud, they transform into sound, frequency, and vibration, which are some of the fundamental building blocks of matter. Because of these features, words have the power to create material worlds and make the world whirl. In simple terms, words play a crucial role in keeping human society working efficiently.

To “innerstand” how words can create worlds, you need to know what thought is and study certain verses of the Bible. In the New Testament of the King James Bible verse John 1:1 it says, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

When reading this verse for the first time, most people do not innerstand what it means spiritually. To innerstand what it means on a spiritual level, you need to be aware that the information in the Bible was written based on occult knowledge. Because of this, if you want to innerstand it, you need to study occult knowledge and use it to decipher the riddles, poems and parables hidden in the content and stories of the Bible. In the Western world, the Bible contains more occult knowledge than any religious book ever written since its first publication.

The old versions of the Bible are made up of many books and chapters. Today, the chapters are broken down into verses. The word verse is defined as “one of the lines of a poem” or “a stanza.” What you need to know about most verses of the Bible is that they are written in parables and riddles, which is why many of them do not make literal sense. Many Bible verses are also written like poems. A poem, also known as a verse, is not meant to be read literally. Sadly, most people read the Bible literally and thereby are not seeing the deeper knowledge.

An important fact you need to know about the New Testament is that it was originally written in Greek. As described on BibleInfo.com:

The original Old Testament writings were in Hebrew and the New Testament in Greek. Jerome (5th century) translated the Bible into Latin, called the Vulgate, which has become the official Roman Catholic Bible. The Council of Trent in 1546 met to consider doctrines and published a list of books, which were to be considered canonical, that is, to be included in the Bible. This list included the 39 books of the Old Testament, plus 7 Apochraphal books, plus the New Testament 27. The Jews, however, do not accept the 7 Apochrapha as canonical. The Jewish Bible is limited to the Old Testament. The Greek translation of these books is known as the Septuagint which is the oldest known translation of any large literary work and most widely used translation of any ancient writing. It is thought to have originated toward the end of the 3rd century BC or the beginning of the 2nd century BC. The earliest reference to this work dates around 132 BC. This translation is much older than the Masoretic translations of the first five centuries AD.

According to Biblica.com, “around 300 BC a translation of the Old Testament from Hebrew into Greek was undertaken, and it was completed around 200 BC. Gradually this Greek translation of the Old Testament, called the Septuagint, was widely accepted and was even used in many synagogues.”

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