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#11 Ghostly Machines

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Posted 07 February 2018 - 03:11 PM


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Posted 16 February 2018 - 12:50 PM

What was the language like before Babel? How confounded did language really get? Was it clear and concise; able to communicate without confusion? How easy is it to understand the intentions of an animal compared to a human being?



Maybe it's about the rhetoric of it all. Argumentation is used to confuse people all the time. Maybe the whole concept of Babylon represents the whole system on the planet. Remember....You didn't build it. 




Good point about learning the tools used in language. Maybe these links can help with that:
There are many more threads and links that touch on these subjects throughout the site. 
That and more...



The Divine Comedy is another...


Allegorical thinking helps with the thought process.
Possible qualifiers:
Canto VIII 
The tower, Phlegyas
Canto XXXI
Nimrod - Tower of Babel
The symbolism of towers. Dante sees towers in the distance. Up close they are not towers but frozen giants. Towers signifying families of power. Bring it forward to the present - Corporate giants? Wars between gods and giants? 
Enter Cocytus - Go deeper and look upon the devil himself:
Anti intelligenablity - drooling idiocy - no communication.

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Posted 11 March 2018 - 09:59 AM

A good model of what humanity has had to endure since time immemorial. The few at the top. Controlling all resources, ideas, beliefs, and philosophies...keeping everything common core for the masses. Always hiding the corrupt painting in the attic of their true selves. Never fear for all the world is here and will hear the image of the false mammon known as messiah.


Where-as, this production is labled: "Entertainment Only" vigilance, grammar and Latin are the remedies that may set you free from tyranny and foreign counterfeit government oppression.


Didacts and Narpets, Teach Your Children...



The pecking order of society...

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Posted 11 March 2018 - 11:29 AM

Paying double interest on the interest?

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Posted 15 March 2018 - 05:12 AM

Time projection chamber



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Posted 06 June 2018 - 10:24 PM

This thread is begging for a plug on a truth seeker known as Mr. William Milton Cooper who was shot in his front yard for his predictions based on knowledge described in this thread. He had a radio show known as "Hour Of The Time" and struggled to keep that going until his untimely death (Most know it was to silence him as he predicted himself in some of his final broadcasts). I highly advise anybody seeking real researched and verified truths regarding Mystery Babylon, the secret religions and real history then watch his YouTube Videos and audio broadcasts or download the audio files if you can find them. On YouTube, they purposely seem to put an annoying sound in the background of most broadcasts and there are hundreds to be found. Download them while you can before they disappear. RIP Bill Cooper, a true American patriot who died for his country and truth seeker for the human race. He was best known for his genius book "Behold A Pale Horse" in 1991. 


He will illuminate many of you. Cheers





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Posted 07 June 2018 - 11:01 AM

Required reading for deep conspiracy...

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Posted 28 July 2018 - 01:25 PM

Babel or babble?

Languages all have their roots in the same part of the world. But they are not as similar to each other as was once thought

WHERE do languages come from? That is a question as old as human beings' ability to pose it. But it has two sorts of answer. The first is evolutionary: when and where human banter was first heard. The second is ontological: how an individual human acquires the power of speech and understanding. This week, by a neat coincidence, has seen the publication of papers addressing both of these conundrums.

One of the lines of evidence which show humanity's African origins is that the farther you get from that continent, the less diverse, genetically speaking, people are. Being descended from small groups of relatively recent migrants, they are more inbred than their African forebears.

To check whether this is the case, Dr Atkinson took 504 languages and plotted the number of phonemes in each (corrected for recent population growth, when significant) against the distance between the place where the language is spoken and 2,500 putative points of origin, scattered across the world. The relationship that emerges suggests the actual point of origin is in central or southern Africa (see chart), and that all modern languages do, indeed, have a common root.


The originator of that hypothesis is Noam Chomsky, a linguist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr Chomsky argues that the human brain comes equipped with a hard-wired universal grammar—a language instinct, in the elegant phrase of his one-time colleague Steven Pinker. This would explain why children learn to speak almost effortlessly.

The problem with the idea of a language instinct is that languages differ not just in their vocabularies, which are learned, but in their grammatical rules, which are the sort of thing that might be expected to be instinctive. Dr Chomsky's response is that this diversity, like the diversity of vocabulary, is superficial. In his opinion grammar is a collection of modules, each containing assorted features. Switching on a module activates all these features at a stroke. You cannot pick and choose within a module.

To find out which linguistic features travel together, and might thus be parts of Chomskyan modules, means drawing up a reliable linguistic family tree. That is tricky. Unlike biologists, linguists do not have fossils to guide them through the past (apart from a few thousand years of records from the few tongues spoken by literate societies). Also, languages can crossbreed in a way that species do not. English, for example, is famously a muddle of German, Norse and medieval French. As a result, linguists often disagree about which tongues belong to a particular family.

To leap this hurdle, Dr Dunn began by collecting basic vocabulary terms—words for body parts, kinship, simple verbs and the like—for four large language families that all linguists agree are real. These are Indo-European, Bantu, Austronesian (from South-East Asia and the Pacific) and Uto-Aztecan (the native vernaculars of the Americas). These four groups account for more than a third of the 7,000 or so tongues spoken around the world today.



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Posted 12 September 2018 - 10:54 AM

perhaps another ism?  
possible pieces..
An example: Henry Ford once had a problem with his employees. (he had many problems with his employees :chuckle:) In order to combat their complaints he hired foreign workers who spoke a different language. Thereby confounding the language of the factory. This resulted in more profits for Ford.
Rhetorical bias can be used in the same way. Confound peoples emotions by getting them to argue about seemingly explosive concepts. Who profits most from such confusion?

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