Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words

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Is there more to words than meets the eye? Let us tumble down the rabbit hole to explore the world of magic, words and legalese, and I will show you proof that there is more to words than meets the eye. This magical journey will teach you how words can be used to empower or disempower you. Once you learn how powerful words are and how to apply them wisely into your life, you can use them to empower you to defend your rights, manifest your desires, achieve spiritual freedom, and/or put the Dark Forces in checkmate.

What Is Word Magic?

Word magic is the art of communicating using sacred sounds and symbols to direct and control energy to produce certain desired effects. All words have magic properties. However, certain words have more magic properties for the reason that they carry more energy. This is why during magic rituals certain specific words are used.

Because word magic utilizes sacred sounds and symbols to direct and control energy, it is one of the most effective tools to use for achieving desires or programming people’s subconscious mind. Because of this, it is heavily used by religions, corporations, courts and governments. The word magic techniques used by religions, corporations, courts and governments are shockingly revealed in the enlightening book titled Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words. Written by Pao Chang, the author and founder of OmniThought.org, this empowering book is filled with enlightening and mystical knowledge.

Explore the Hidden World of Word Magic to Empower Your Mind

Through Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, you can explore a hidden world that shows you how words shape your reality. This enlightening book is not your average book because it explores magic and the power of words to the core of reality, which is made of energy codes. Furthermore, it has a lot of empowering and mystical knowledge rarely found in the public domain. By exploring this book, you will know how powerful words are and why learning how to use words wisely can help you achieve success and freedom, and empower you to defend your natural rights.

The richest and most powerful people on Earth are well aware of the power of words. They know that when words are spoken out loud, they transform into sound, frequency and vibration. This transformation allows words to control and manipulate matter to a certain point, because matter is also made of sound, frequency and vibration.

In the physical world, your body and mind rely on the interaction between matter and energy to function properly, and therefore when you learn how to use the right words to strengthen this interaction, you can control your thoughts, emotions and actions better, allowing you to do things that you never thought were possible, such as using words to influence how people think and behave.

One of the goals of this enlightening book is to reveal some of the sources of the problem that are plaguing Earth and draining the energy of billions of people. One of the sources of the problem is the Matrix. By reading this book, you will learn how to free your body, mind, and soul from the Matrix. This will empower you to wake up to the real reality, allowing you to see the truth more easily.

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As of May 17, 2017, Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words is now available as a Kindle ebook. To preview or buy it, visit Amazon.com or the Amazon site of your country. For the paperback version, it became available to buy on September 1, 2017. To preview or buy it, visit Amazon.com or the Amazon site of your country. You can find the book under the search term “word magic”.

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  1. Janus says:

    I wonder if you are familiar with Chiron Last and Kate of Gaia, for instance. I am not sure this book would cover information that I have not encountered through the sources mentioned? Anyway, congrats on the publication and keep up the good whirk 🙂

    • PL Chang says:

      I am aware of Chiron Last and Kate of Gaia. They both have a lot of great information about words.

      • Karado says:

        There is also a relatively new American guy on the scene that’s the new Jordan Maxwell, Chiron Last, Kate Of Gia, etc. who delves into the Sumerian Cuneiform so deeply, like Mariana Trench deep…It’s info that’s just, well, mindblowing…No it’s not Tellinger, Passio, Biglino, etc. etc..it’s not even Sevan Bomar…no, I don’t even know if I should disclose, his info is so rich, and I guarantee you have not heard most of this info before, and to those who don’t believe Cuneiform script and the English language are not related in any way, you’re in for a surprise.

  2. Richard says:

    I have a major problem with your (at this point) theory of the word ‘include’.

    I have looked online @ major dictionaries and encyclopedias and all follow the following premise, definition. Where did you get your information from so we, (readers) can confirm your studies ?


    Include has a broader meaning than comprise. In the sentence the accommodation comprises 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, and living room, the word comprise implies that there is no accommodation other than that listed. Include can be used in this way too, but it is also used in a non-restrictive way, implying that there may be other things not specifically mentioned that are part of the same category, as in the price includes a special welcome pack


    Late Middle English (also in the sense ‘shut in’): from Latin includere, from in- into + claudere to shut.

    2.2include someone outinformal Specifically exclude someone from a group or activity.

    ‘Unless there was a compelling reason, I’m afraid I’d tell them to ‘include me out.’’
    ‘Nor are you, and this is important for anybody who adheres to the EE Cummings adage ‘include me out’, constantly being pestered to join in with everything.’
    ‘If so, in the immortal words of Sam Goldwyn, ‘include me out!’’
    ‘If that’s supposed to be Utopia, include me out.’
    ‘But you know there was so much sense – you know he was the first one who said include me out.’

    • Pao Chang says:

      Bill Turner does a better job of answering your question. Watch the video below. Scroll to the time frame of about 9:30. This is where he explains the word include. If for some reason the video does not work. Go to YouTube and search for the video titled “The Law and You by Bill Turner”.