The Power of Etymology and the Secrets of Spelling

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The word etymology is derived from the Latin word etymologia and the Greek word etymologia, meaning “analysis of a word to find its true origin” or “study of the true sense (of a word)”. Finding the origins of words is important for assisting you to solve the riddles of the Dark Forces, because it helps you “innerstand” the deeper meanings of words. Each letter of a word is a sigil. Because of this, words can be used to cast magic spells and have the power to rule the world.

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The Power of Etymology: Using Grammar to Cast Spells and the Secrets of Spelling

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