In the same vein consider the maxim the pen is mightier than the sword. The best codes have easily supported conventional meanings but hide an underlying message. This way they can be easily refuted and the observer ignored. “Do not think I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but ‘a’ words.” – . Peace is a simile for the Pleiades (heaven) and this is a message from the very Source of Creation.
See: In These Signs Conquer
Shadow talking – spreading the Word
Of the primeval Priests assum’d power,
When Eternals spurn’d back his religion;
And gave him a place in the north,
Obscure, shadowy, void, solitary.
Eternals I hear your call gladly,
Dictate swift winged words, & fear not
To unfold your dark visions of torment.
PRELUDIUM to The Book of Urizen
by William Blake
By design, in pictures – shapes, size, texture, colour and relationships letters and words bring forth deep memories of connections and hold them at a level where these recollections become instantly accessible. From go to whoa – from birth to death still singed (sic) at ‘the font’ with the mark of the beast – we cry out but they never relent.
Every letter in every word, including their intonation and phrasing, evokes a fleeting memory, building a subconscious picture of something that the speaker or writer may or may not have intended. This causes a reaction and produces an opinion. The potentials of this are enormous – and very well known by those who seek to rein or chain us. A cunning orator, vocalist, speechwriter, scribe, lyricist or poet can communicate something very different to that which the apparent message is relaying. What is a sentence but a coherent string of words, a condemnation, a punishment or a term of imprisonment?
Posture is another secretive means of emphasising and relaying hidden messages; frequently body figuration will mirror letters and other symbols. The Hebrew Aleph (English ‘a’) is a favourite. We subconsciously relate it to a message from God so we are inclined to believe what it is they are saying. George W Bush and Tony Blair use this stance very often. (Q) Qoph’s good too:
Who would ever give this a second thought? For more on this, please see Secret Signs on page 59 in, In These Signs Conquer