Tuesday, June 16, 2015

“Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings”

This is not a post about “ Stairway to Heaven”- That doesn't mean we can't listen to the song before we jump into this topic. An 8 minute musical intro. Or listen as you read, whatever!

Brief digression: I absolutely hated this song in my younger years- It was so overplayed, I cringed when it came on the radio!

So your either listening to this or have listened and are reading attentively? Whichever?

We are talking about words having two meanings

You might ask - So what’s the problem with words having two (or more) meanings?
Well, the problem is you and I could wrongly assume the name of some thing means some thing it does not- This is where assume can make an ASS out of U & ME

An example of a dual meaning word one that is used against us often

One word that has two meanings and is used often in an ‘appeal to authority’ manner is Prestige/
Prestigious.Most of us wrongly assume that prestige or prestigious is about:
“the respect and admiration that someone or something gets for being successful or important”
 “commanding position in people's minds”

If you thought that was all there was to that word, you would be mistaken
originates : Mid 17th century (in the sense 'illusion, conjuring trick'): from French, literally 'illusion, glamour', from late Latin praestigium 'illusion', from Latin praestigiae (plural) 'conjuring tricks'. The transference of meaning occurred by way of the sense 'dazzling influence, glamour', at first depreciatory.
Origin of prestige
French origin, originally , illusion, trick ; from Late Latin praestigium ; from Classical Latin praestigiae, altered ; from praestrigiae, deceptions ; from praestringere, to bind, origin, originally , to bind fast ; from prae-, pre- + stringere, to bind: see strain
Prestige is an illusion or a trick that binds you to it.  A prestige draws you in to a ruse in order to fool you. So, when a person is deemed to be prestigious- Their prestige/authority is a trick. It's an illusion carried out for deception. To fool you.

Another instance of dual meaning words?

A word that is particularly insidious and abundant in dual meaning use at this time is Smart.
The use of "smart" is being used in the more traditional use of the word "Spelling". 
(spelling is another word with more then one meaning) Words used to bewitch or place us into a trance like state- a stupor if you like
 a-A word/s or formula believed to have magic power.
b. A bewitched state or trance
We see “spelling” as in spells being cast upon us is in the use of the word “Smart” in everything smart phone/smart cities/ smart grid/ smart meters
Get the idea? If not stay with this post and hopefully you will?
Smart is yet another of those words with at least two meanings

On June 4th/15 I did a post about Love fest between big oil and the UN regarding the carbon tax
In the comment section I asked readers to be mindful that smart also means pain
Smart = Pain
Just wondering if any Canadians checked out Ecofiscal?
Hope some did? Cause you will be impressed by that fact that Preston Manning is involved
Quoting "I joined the Commission because our future prosperity depends on our ability to grow in the context of a healthy environment. We need smarter fiscal policies to get there.

Also notice how many times the word smart/smarter appears the participants testimonials?
Keep in mind each time you read smart that means pain/ mental distress

Because another definition for smart is

. To cause a sharp, usually superficial, stinging pain: The slap delivered to my face smarted.
b. To be the location of such a pain: The incision on my leg smarts.
c. To feel such a pain.
2. To suffer acutely, as from mental distress, wounded feelings, or remorse

That's the accurate definition for "smart" technology- Don't assume it's clever.
Far too many people are making the mistake in believing smart = clever
But that does not appear to be the case, at all.
Therefore Pain phone, Pain Cities, Pain Grids, Pain Meters
Pain for who? Of course pain for you! Why pain for you?
Because you don’t control these devices. You carry them, employ them, are addicted to them, are tracked by them...  In other words you are controlled by, but, do not control these Pain devices
Get the Idea?

Another savvy commenter chimed in

Astute observation, smart = sting. Take it a bit further

Sting = a carefully planned operation, typically one involving deception.

synonyms: swindle, fraud, piece of deception, trickery, cheat, bit of sharp practice

Lots of deception associated with this particular sting.


While stumbling around the internet today, what did I see?
Corporation Nation- Clint Richardson and his show dated June 16th/15
The Topic Tonight:    The Matrix is a Language.  We operate in a Simulacrum of Words!

The Language Controls Us, not Vice Versa!

We Live in an “EVIL” World – (Being Against Nature.. a Fictional Word)

Smart does not mean “Intelligent” – it Means Harm.. (i.e. Harm Phone)
Synchronicity!?  Alternatively does Clint Richardson or his friends read the blog?!
Whichever. I was so glad to see someone else pick up on the word manipulation Wow! Pain and Harm go hand in hand- Someone beside me and my sharp commenter are paying attention to the deception being used by the psychos in charge to mislead us, merrily, into our own demise.

When the technology does not serve us, other then serving to enslave us, the technology must be shunned by real living breathing human beings.

Flashback- One of my favourite video presentations ever

If you missed this either time it’s been posted previously here, please, watch it.
Consider the information presented-

Because often times words have several meanings and we all need to be aware of how language is used and abused to mislead, deceive and to harm

Jose, should you stop by? I still love this presentation so much and hope you will soon grace us with another one! Yessireeee...

From earlier today!

Kurds Worried War Crimes Accusations Could Ruin Their Image


  1. Hi

    In Czech the word 'smrt' means 'death' and thus may be used to describe Smrtphones.

    Here's an article about Zombie lanes:


    By the way Dave McGowan has left a new post at his site, I know you like to keep up.


    1. thanks aferrismoon- smart = death
      very interesting, very interesting indeed!

  2. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-17/control-language-and-you-control-mind

    Zombie lanes, how sad.

    1. Yup control language and control the mind
      I've done previous posts on that type of problem previously- including Jose's presentation which is excellent and has been here twice before
      I just have to make the point over and over every now and then

  3. To call someone sophisticated was once an insult. The word comes from "Sophist". Sophists were a group of Greek philosophers who were generally held in disdain by others because of their 'clever' dialogue.

    Sophist later became a tern to describe (in keeping with their progenitors) someone who pretends to have intellectual knowledge and prowess but is, in fact, a conjurer with words who uses bullshit to baffle brains. They adulterate logic and language. Below is dictionary meaning detailing historical and modern usages-

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 (gcide)
    Sophisticate So*phis"ti*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p.
    Sophisticated; p. pr. & vb. n. Sophisticating.] [LL.
    sophisticatus, p. p. of sophisticare to sophisticate.]
    To render worthless by admixture; to adulterate; to damage;
    to pervert; as, to sophisticate wine. --Howell.
    [1913 Webster]

    To sophisticate the understanding. --Southey.
    [1913 Webster]

    Yet Butler professes to stick to plain facts, not to
    sophisticate, not to refine. --M. Arnold.
    [1913 Webster]

    They purchase but sophisticated ware. --Dryden.
    [1913 Webster]

    Syn: To adulterate; debase; corrupt; vitiate.
    [1913 Webster] Sophisticate

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 (gcide)
    Sophisticate So*phis"ti*cate, Sophisticated
    \So*phis"ti*ca`ted\, a.
    Adulterated; not pure; not genuine.
    [1913 Webster]

    So truth, while only one supplied the state,
    Grew scare and dear, and yet sophisticate. --Dryden.
    [1913 Webster]

    WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) (wn)
    adj 1: having or appealing to those having worldly knowledge and
    refinement and savoir-faire; "sophisticated young
    socialites"; "a sophisticated audience"; "a sophisticated
    lifestyle"; "a sophisticated book" [ant: naif, naive]
    2: ahead in development; complex or intricate; "advanced
    technology"; "a sophisticated electronic control system"
    [syn: advanced, sophisticated]
    3: intellectually appealing; "a sophisticated drama"

    Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 (moby-thesaurus)
    133 Moby Thesaurus words for "sophisticated":
    adult, advanced, blase, bored, braw, brittle, byzantine, chic,
    chichi, civilized, classy, clothes-conscious, complex, complicated,
    cool, cosmopolitan, cosmopolite, cultivated, cultured, cynical,
    daedal, dainty, dapper, dashing, delicate, disabused, disappointed,
    discriminating, disenchanted, disillusioned, dressed to advantage,
    dressed to kill, elaborate, elegant, enlightened, experienced,
    exquisite, fastidious, fine, genteel, gordian, graceful, gracile,
    gracious, hardheaded, hep, hip, hoaxproof, intricate, involved,
    jaded, jaunty, knotty, knowing, knowledgeable, labyrinthine,
    mature, matured, mondaine, multifaceted, natty, neat, nice, nifty,
    nobby, not born yesterday, old, polished, posh, practical,
    practiced, put straight, realistic, recherche, refined, ripe,
    ripened, ritzy, robbed of illusion, sagacious, salty, schooled,
    seasoned, set right, sharp, skeptical, sleek, slick, smart, smooth,
    smug, snazzy, soigne, soignee, sophisticate, spiffy, spruce,
    style-conscious, suave, subtle, svelte, swank, swanky, swell,
    tough-minded, tricksy, tried, tried and true, trig, trim,
    uncharmed, uncullible, undeceivable, undeceived, undeludable,
    undupable, unfoolable, ungullible, unhoaxable, unseduceable,
    unsophisticated, unspelled, urbane, veteran, well-bred,
    well-dressed, well-groomed, wise, with it, world-weary, world-wise,
    worldly, worldly-wise

    1. Thanks for that tidbit james!

      It makes sense when you think of the scum presented as leadership
      and the language used to deceive us all
      A basic appeal to perceived authority meme will suggest to us an individual is sophisticated and prestigious- hence authoritative

      but it's a ruse- on us
      I don't think the true meaning of the words are lost on the elite psycho leadership- they have merely obfuscated the truth of those words and we, assume, they mean what they do not!