Technological advances have meant that virtually everyone has invited the devil into their drawing rooms. Electronic communications and media means the incessant babble has become almost inescapable. The recent birth of the Internet is set to virtually complete their ABC’s world domination within a few years. Even in China the English language has become a compulsory study for all of its children.
Their webs shall not become garments,
neither shall they cover themselves with their works: their works are works of iniquity, and the act of violence is in their hands.
~ Isaiah 59: 6
Forging A Head
Letters maintain a vigilant influence upon every human everywhere and all of the time without him or her ever realising they do. Deaf, dumb, blind, literate or illiterate, sane, insane, genius or jackass, professor or pupil, elite or deplete there is no escape. All words are tools of hypnotic suggestion. This is why certain words spoken or written trigger recollections. As well, all of our five senses are used to implant suggestions, and all of them evoke memories. Would you like to be biting into an orange right now? Excuse me while I scrape this knife across my plate….but, as interesting as the five senses are, this book’s main focus from now on is on words and numbers and how they relate to the human experience; so we’ll move on.
In our present human environment, no one is free, there is no such thing as independent thought, and free speech is an illusion.
It is only natural that we humans need to outwardly express our thoughts in ways that others can understand. So why would we not develop visible symbols to describe them?
Our mental processing is so quick that much of what passes through goes unnoticed. In a flash, our minds have collected thousands of details and processed them with no trouble at all. How much of it can we consciously recall? A tiny fraction and that is only what we were focussing on and that was edited, in order to concentrate on our intention. Even then peculiarities slip past unnoticed. How many times do you deliberately take account of the font of the letters you are reading? How many times do you actually focus on independent letters let alone the way those letters and their sequences are constructed? All of it is going in and being recognised whether you are aware of it or not. Every little aspect of what you are noticing has an impact and causes a reaction in some way. Letters are crafted symbols designed to trigger memory and evoke a reaction. They are probably the most invasive system ever devised to control the way that humans think. Every word uttered or written will enforce the programming of who ever is exposed to it. It is true that the sounds of letters and words work very well as consciously recognisable signs and symbols of elemental sounds but what do they say in secret, to our unconscious?
Do not think I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.
~Matthew 10: 34
“sword” is rearranged “words” everybody recognises that surely but they are told it means something else so they forget about it. The above biblical quote is quite telling. Let’s rearrange it a little. It actually tells us to and explains why. It is a warning and an alarm:
Do not think.
I have come to bring peace on earth.
I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. – I have not come to bring peace about a sword.
In other words there is an instruction to not bring peace to the word sword. If we create turmoil about sword we beget words. (Sorry couldn’t help sticking a bit of the old begetting in there.)