Philology is one of my favorite words because I'll bet very
few people knew what it means, and I didn't make it up.
However, like in George Orwell's 1984 depiction of New Speak, philology is very much
about people making up new meanings to words in ways that change the meaning of other
One of my favorite examples of what philology is comes from the definition of the word
destroy. We most often believe it simply means to physically dismantle in some way,
typically in a violent way. Destroy, in a Biblical sense, mst often means to
"undo", as in God will destroy the world, meaning "undo" the systems
and paradigms that aer causing the problems. Another way to say it would be something
like, God's going to clean up the mess, or, He's going to untangle the web. Besides, He
also promised He would not destroy "the world" again, particularly not by flood,
and the wars of hearts and minds is that of an exchange of ideas and knowledge, not
through military force.
Somewhere along the line, purposely or not, we accepted that the word destroy solely
meant expressed the act of physical dismantling. It's true that people who do evil things
expect evil to be done to them in return, and thus, use domination as part of their method
of doing evil.
Somewhere along the line, some philology occurred took a word and caused us all to
believe it meant something that it didn't, and by so doing, altered the public perception
as well as the societal culture and ideas originally intended to be expressed.
When words used in the Bible have been changed over the years, a great deal of meaning
and interpretation of the original texts were altered or simply different, based upon the
times of the translation and interpretations, world events at the same time, as well as
technology that slowly reveals secrets previously accessible.
I assert that, in the case of the Bible, in respect of the "Matrix of God",
particularly when viewed and used as an oracle as well as presenting paradigms like master
blueprints to human histories and futures, the Bible provides both an individual and
historical interpretation which are both accurate to the individual, and projectible and
identifiable in everything around us.
Thus, it is important and incredibly informative to read the Bible, and other documents
of social and political significance, with the knowledge of the intent of the use of
important words when the documents were written, and make note of the difference in what
those same words mean today.
In those details, you'll realize how things can be altered over time in ways that could
be viewed as covert, if one understood more about spiritual immortality and the material
world and why that is so relevant today.
That requires that anytime you have a question about what a word actually means, you
have to look it up in the dictionary. When you take on that challenge, all sorts of things
will begin to take on new meaning, and you'll be able to see more of how so many things
have been manipulated by "spin" artists changing the meaning of words in order
to get you to accept ideas and policies using words that have more than one meaning.
And the trick is, you think they mean something in one way, the honorable way, but
they're actually thinking of it with a covert agenda, sort of like an inside joke amongst
those who are "in" on the covert agenda about a trojan horse of sorts.
This sort of thing is very much a part of how the "deception upon deception upon
deception" the Bible speaks of is done, particularly in these times of mass
communications, partisan corporate news broadcasters/propagandists, key politicians with
loyalties other than to the Constitution, religious and civic leaders and citizens whose
trust and hope has been betrayed time and time again.
Until now, when the betrayals must end. And the way that begins is by deconstructing a
virtual "tower of psycho-babble" caused by philology that has served certain
interests very, very well. This way, citizens can begin to understand what is really
meant, as wella sto begin to be able to communicate with each other more accurately,
leading to unity and finding the commonality we've been told no longer exists, that's
always remained constant in the heart of the citizens of this world.