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When one ponders what a nation’s greatest natural resource is they think along the terms of Nature’s bounty (i.e. water, minerals, timber, oil, etc.) It is openly admitted that people [mainly children] are a government’s greatest natural resource. To say that isn’t so obscure at first glance, but what does this actually mean behind the veil of fiction?
A government, and all of it’s inner workings, only exists on paper and in the imaginations of man. It cannot operate in it’s own self-existence, for it is a non-living artificial creation; it is lifeless [dead, a corpse]. It needs individuals to provide agency [breathe life] to the offices/entities in order for it to operate. A man in Reality is a product of nature, and it is he who provides his thoughts, energy, and actions, metaphorically being the source that powers the machine [the Beast System, civil life]; thus he is the State’s most dominant and necessary natural ‘re-source’. It is the civil ‘family’ unit [servants in a Roman household] that is essential to the “building clocks of society”, for they carry “the primary responsibility for the education [Common Core, low ranking, secular schooling] and socialization of children as well as instilling values of citizenship [civil life] and belonging in the society [vulgar ungodly masses, gentiles].” Therefore, it is necessary for the Beast System to indoctrinate children into adherence of this imaginative reality that is civil life. This is done through the process of education.
adj. [civilis, Latin.]
6. Not natural; as, a person banished or outlawed is said to suffer civil, though not natural death.
12. Relating to the ancient consular or imperial government; as, civil law.”— Samuel Johnson’s 1755 Dictionary
1. Pertaining to the state in general; pertaining to organized society as represented by government.
2. Specifically, relating to the commonwealth as secularly organized for purposes of peace [uninterrupted commerce]…
3. Reduced to order, rule, and government; not in a condition of anarchy; controlled by a regular administration; exhibiting some refinement of customs and manners; not savage or wild; civilized: as, civil life; civil society.”
“SECULAR, a. and n.
4. Of or pertaining to the things of time or of this world, and dissociated from or having no concern with religious, spiritual, or sacred matters or uses; connected with or relating to the world or its affairs; concerned with mundane or temporal matters; temporal; worldly; profane: as. secular affairs; the secular press; secular education; secular music.
Synonyms Temporal, etc. see worldly.
noun l. A layman.”— Century Dictionary 1889
[‘civil’ is synonymous with ‘secular’]
“Family obviously derives from the Latin word familia but the meaning of this word is not what one might expect. In Latin a famulus was a ‘domestic servant’; familia was a collective noun that denoted ‘all the servants in a Roman household’. When the word was borrowed into Middle English as familie around the turn of the fifteenth century, it was with this original meaning. This sense persisted until the nineteenth century and was variously extended to include the retinue of a nobleman or the staff of a high-ranking military officer.”— Dictionary Of Word Origins, Linda and Roger Flavell
You put your kids into school where they sit in a class using pencils while being educated in government regulated common-core curriculums so they can become smart and possibly attend a prestigious university to obtain a degree, becoming a scholar, in hopes of landing a well paying job. “Control language and you control the masses!” It is no coincidence that the words we commonly use have underlying nefarious meanings.
Civil ‘education’ is etymologically akin to the act of taming wild animals and training for work. It is the breaking of the Nature of man to introduce civility with the intended result not of a moral man, but of a good citizen. As man’s maxim of law states, “A man may obey the law and yet be neither honest nor a good neighbor.” The elites define a natural man as an idiot/fool because he is not lettered or accustomed to civility. Idiot originally meant private as in separate and foreign from the public civil. The natural man is of nature [man], not yet domesticated into man’s system of things [per-son, hu-man]. Man’s system of things, although belonging to man, is a stranger to the natural man, therefore he must be trained, broken [like “breaking a horse”], into society. This is mostly achieved through registering [a deliverance to a sovereign’s ownership] a child into the guardianship of public schooling where the goal is “enforcement of the minimum standards of education thought necessary for an informed and useful citizenry. In sheer economic terms, the nation’s children are a natural resource, which the state may legitimately exploit to its full potential by means of compulsory education.” Through civil education your child becomes the State’s greatest natural resource.
1530s, “child-rearing,” also “the training of animals,” from French education (14c.) and directly from Latin educationem (nominative educatio) “a rearing, training,” noun of action from past-participle stem of educare (see educate). Originally of instruction in social codes and manners; meaning “systematic schooling and training for work” is from 1610s.
All education is despotism. [William Godwin, “Enquirer,” 1797]”— https://www.etymonline.com/word/education#etymonline_v_29710
“Recognizing that children are the Commonwealth’s greatest natural resource…”— Ky. Rev. Stat. § 194A.010
“Thus from its inception this country has placed its faith in public education as a means of insuring the development, improvement and preservation of the social fabric. In Brown v. Board of Education the Supreme Court, in holding that separate facilities for the races are inherently unequal, recognized this deep commitment to public education:
‘Today, education is perhaps the most important function of state and local governments. Compulsory school attendance laws and the great expenditures for education both demonstrate our recognition of the importance of education to our democratic society. It is required in the performance of our most basic public responsibilities, even service in the armed forces. It is the very foundation of good citizenship. Today it is a principal instrument in awakening the child to cultural values, in preparing him for later professional training, and in helping him to adjust normally to his environment. In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education. Such an opportunity, where the state has undertaken to provide it, is a right which must be made available to all on equal terms.’
Clearly the state has a valid interest in compulsory education: the goal is not the standardization of the nation’s youth but enforcement of the minimum standards of education thought necessary for an informed and useful citizenry. In sheer economic terms, the nation’s children are a natural resource, which the state may legitimately exploit to its full potential by means of compulsory education. But there is a countervailing, though largely undefined, policy of pluralism and deference to minority ethnic groups that supports the Amish refusal to be modern men.”— THE PAST AS PRESENT: SELECTED THOUGHTS & ESSAYS by Paul T. Ruxin, The Right Not to Be Modern Men: The Amish and Compulsory Education
1610s, “any means of supplying a want or deficiency,” from French resourse “a source, a spring,” noun use of fem. past participle of Old French resourdre “to rally, raise again,” from Latin resurgere “rise again” (see resurgent).
The meaning “possibility of aid or assistance” (often with a negative) is by 1690s; the meaning “expedient, device, shift” also is from 1690s. Resources as “a country’s wealth, means of raising money and supplies” is recorded by 1779. A library resource center was so called by 1968.”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=resource
1. Again; anew: rebuild.
2. Backward; back: react.
3. Used as an intensive: refine.“— American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th
“SOURCE, noun [Latin surgo.]
1. Properly, the spring or fountain [persons] from which a stream of water [commerce] proceeds, or any collection of water within the earth or upon its surface, in which a stream originates…
2. First cause; original; that which gives rise to any thing. Thus ambition, the love of power and of fame, have been the sources of half the calamities of nations. Intemperance is the source of innumerable evils to individuals.”— Webster’s 1828
We refer to our young offspring as kids, and most of us know the term kid used to mean a young goat, but it is also connected to the word ‘heathen’. There is a nefarious reason why we’ve been made to use that term for our offspring. In Matthew 25:31-46 a parable is made about Followers [sheep] and unbelievers [goats] when Christ reigns on earth. The sheep are on the right handed less travelled path and are accepted into God’s Kingdom, whereas the goats have taken the wide and heavily tracked left handed path and are inevitably lead into irredeemable separation from God. In the Jewish Day Of Atonement they would take two goats and imaginatively place sins on one (To Azazel) and ordained the other as pure and innocent (To The Lord). They both were killed/sacrificed as commanded by God [the Jews either misinterpreted God’s word, or they were actually bewitched by Satan posing as God]. The one who was “To The Lord” was sacrificed, and the other “To Azazel” was sent out into the wilderness/desert and pushed over a cliff falling to it’s death. Ancient and modern pagans sacrifice goats for their pseudo-spiritual rituals. In the Hindu sacrificial ceremony of Deopokhari, a young goat is taken and thrown into a pond where a group of men torture and rip apart it’s limbs for about 40 minutes or until the goat dies. This is to appease their goddess, “stemmed from a legend involving gods from medieval times who would drown children in the town pond.” Modern culture, controlled by the satanic saturnian elite, has made us refer to our young offspring as ‘kids’. A kid was always known as a young goat until the 1800s. When you refer to your young offspring as kids the powers that be interpret it as animals eligible for sacrifice. This is because you have delivered your children into a lifelong obligation of being administered by devils. You have casted them out into the ‘desert’, a cursed place devoid of God’s blessing; secular nations. Another word for professionals of the law, lawyers and barristers, are ‘devils.’ Even in modern times, the barristers of the U.K. proudly call themselves devils and ‘devilmasters.’ It is lawyers who cunningly draft up these ungodly laws and codes we are subjected to follow. In early American history lawyers were abhorred, and in some places they were prohibited from practicing law.
“KID, noun [Latin hoedus; vulgar.]
1. A young goat.
2. A faggot; a bundle of heath and furze.”— Webster’s 1828
Old English hæðen “not Christian or Jewish,” also as a noun, “heathen man, one of a race or nation which does not acknowledge the God of the Bible“…
Perhaps literally “dweller on the heath, one inhabiting uncultivated land;” see heath + -en…”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=heathen
“Desert: (midbar, arabah)
(5.) This word is the symbol of the Jewish church when they had forsaken God (Isa 40:3). Nations destitute of the knowledge of God are called a “wilderness” (32:15, midbar). It is a symbol of temptation, solitude, and persecution (Isa 27:10, midbar; 33:9, arabah).“— Easton’s Bible Dictionary
“lawyer, n. jurist; legal adviser; district or prosecuting attorney, attorney general, prosecutor; advocate, barrister, solicitor, counsel, counselor (-at-law); King’s or Queen’s counsel; attorney (-at-law); bencher; bar; pleader; Portia; a Daniel come to judgment; judge advocate; devil’s advocate; pettifogger, shyster. Colloq., D.A.; ambulance chaser; sea lawyer. Slang, mouthpiece, lip.”— The New American Roget’s College Thesaurus In Dictionary Form, 1962
“probatio diabolica [Latin “devil’s proof”] Civil law. The (usu. difficult) proof of ownership of an immovable thing by tracing its title back to the sovereign.”
“deviling (dev-d-ling). 1. The act of a barrister’s handing a brief over to another to handle a case. 2. The practice of a junior barrister (known as a “devil”) who drafts pleadings or other documents for a senior barrister [devilmaster] who approves them, signs them, and is ultimately responsible for the work. – Also spelled devilling.“— Black’s Law 8th
“The [Plymouth] colony’s first trained lawyer, Thomas Lechford, did little to instill enthusiasm. He was disbarred for trying to influence a jury. Antilawyer sentiment was pervasive elsewhere as well, and the ‘ancient English prejudice against lawyers secured new strength in America.’ The framers of the Fundamental Constitutions of the Carolinas in 1669 declared it a ‘base and vile thing to plead for money or reward.’ Connecticut and Virginia during a portion of the seventeenth century prohibited lawyers from practicing.”— The Magic Mirror: Law In American History
The root word for ‘school’ is scheme which leads to a secret or devious plan, and also shape, form, appearance. It is a devious plot to shape the child with the appearance of civil personhood in it’s innate form of secular servitude to provide source for the artificial world of human control [civil society]. Anyone can see the relation with the design of civil schools being similar to that of prisons, but this is not a coincidence. Public schools were designed intentionally by the same architects who designed prisons. Architect Frank Locker from Harvard University said in an interview with the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, “In the US, many of the same people who designed prisons also designed schools. What comes to mind when you see a long hall of closed doors, that you can’t be in without permission, and a bell that tells you when to come in, when to leave, when class starts, when it ends? What does that look like to you?” This is to subconsciously acclimate the child’s mind into the open-air debtors prison [hell] that is civil society. In law ‘hell’ is the “place under the exchequer chamber, where the king’s debtors were confined.” Our citizenship relation to our secular nation is of eternal debtorship, for in it we always owe civil obligations, and we are under the executive jurisdictional branch where we are confined. Public and private civil schooling resembles the Catholic school in it’s basic design indoctrinating dogmatic fear and obedience to authority. What is taught according to the curriculum is fact. What was once white is now black, and what was once sweet is now bitter. Case closed. We are all jesuitical Catholics now as it will be more apparent later in this article.
“SCHOOL, believe it or not, originally meant leisure, spare time, ease. It comes from the Greek skhole, which is also the root of scheme.”— Twenty-Five Curious Word Origins, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 50, No. 6 (Feb., 1969)
“SCHOOL, noun [Latin schola; Gr. leisure, vacation from business, lucubration at leisure, a place where leisure is enjoyed, a school The adverb signifies at ease, leisurely, slowly, hardly, with labor or difficulty. I think, must have been derived from the Latin. This word seems originally to have denoted leisure, freedom from business, a time given to sports, games or exercises, and afterwards time given to literary studies. the sense of a crowd, collection or shoal, seems to be derivative.]”— Webster’s 1828
… ” from Greek skhole “spare time, leisure, rest, ease; idleness; that in which leisure is employed; learned discussion;” also “a place for lectures, school;” originally “a holding back, a keeping clear,” from skhein “to get” (from PIE root *segh- “to hold“) + -ole by analogy with bole “a throw,” stole “outfit,” etc.
… Translated in Old English as larhus, literally “lore house,” but this seems to have been a glossary word only.”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=school
noun A secret or devious plan; a plot.”— The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
1550s, “figure of speech,” from Medieval Latin schema “shape, figure, form, appearance; figure of speech; posture in dancing,” from Greek skhema (genitive skhematos) “figure, appearance, the nature of a thing,” related to skhein “to get,” and ekhein “to have, hold; be in a given state or condition,” from PIE root *segh- “to hold.”
The sense “program of action” first is attested 1640s. Unfavorable overtones (selfish, devious) began to creep in early 18c.”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=scheme
“HELL. The name formerly given to a place under the exchequer chamber, where the king’s debtors were confined.”— Black’s Law 4th
It’s class time which starts with the ‘pedagogue’ taking roll-call to account how many ships are present! Pedagogue is another word for an educator teaching in a dogmatic manner, derived from Greek paidagogos which referred to a slave in charge of children. The word ‘class’ was first used by the ancient pagan romans meaning army/fleet referring to a group of ships or persons under arms. It was also an order to divide the romans for taxation. This is fitting in our modern usage of it, for the purpose of public and private school classes is to teach the child just enough to stay afloat in their taxed citizen-ships, bearing the Arms of their secular nation, when they utilize or sign for their government issued [G.I.] per-son at/after the age of legal accountability. ‘Roll-calling’ comes from the military as a signal given by a drum, trumpet, or other musical instrument for soldiers to attend the accounting of who was present. In the 14th century the word ‘roll’ referred to a register. Your child must be registered [abandoned to the king] into the public to be accepted into public school. As a verb it meant to cover, wrap, or enclose; symbolic to civil education placing veils over their eyes and ears so they cannot see nor hear Truth.
1. A schoolteacher; an educator.
2.One who instructs in a pedantic or dogmatic manner.“— The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
“PEDAGOGUE originally meant a slave in charge of children. It comes from the Greek paidagogos and is etymologically related to agent [servant/slave].“
“CLASS has its origin in classis, the Latin word for fleet. At first the Romans applied the word to a group of ships only, but gradually they extended its application to a group of people, and this meaning has come down to our times.”— Twenty-Five Curious Word Origins, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 50, No. 6 (Feb., 1969)
… from Latin classis “a class, a division; army, fleet,” especially “any one of the six orders into which Servius Tullius divided the Roman people for the purpose of taxation;” traditionally originally “the people of Rome under arms” (a sense attested in English from 1650s), and thus akin to calare “to call (to arms),” from PIE root *kele- (2) “to shout.” In early use in English also in Latin form classis.”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=class
One cannot have class without utilizing pencils! The powers that be have a sick sense of humor. To them a ‘pencil’ is a phallic symbol. They decided to use the ancient roman slang term for a paintbrush, which is penicillum— a diminutive form of the word for penis, referring to a lead based wooden writing utensil. This isn’t surprising when you consider the fact that the elites esoterically idolize the phallus, preferably erected ones which the obelisk symbolizes. The general design of a pencil is intentionally shaped in similar fashion to that of an obelisk. The obelisk has been placed in many municipalities worldwide, and like a dog pissing to mark his territory the elites like to erect this column to mark their satanic sovereignty being divinely ordained to administrate the ungodly masses. In writing and grammar, an ‘obelisk’ is “a mark of censure in the margin of a book, in the form of a dagger [†].” A ‘censure’ is a blame, a judgement, and “a spiritual punishment inflicted by some ecclesiastical judge.” We are being spiritually punished for putting gods before Yehovah, and the obelisk structure is a mark which represents that. The powers that be hold multiple meanings for each of their symbols. To their phallic symbol they attribute flattering, man-occulted, humanist, pagan-spiritual concepts for the appearance of sacred truth and importance, but underneath the veil is just homoerotic satanic deviance. These flattering pseudo-spiritual [catholic, new age, pagan] concepts range from signifying St. Michael and his angels, resurrection, restored order/birth of a new age, Earth’s polar shift, sun worship, male/solar energy, etc. Obelisks supposedly originated in ancient Egypt for sun worship, but the idea of it being phallic shaped specifically comes from the legend of the Osirian Cycle—
“… monolith, obelisk and stone. All of these are significant symbols in the ancient Mystery Religions. And you saw that this was not God, because creation had already taken place. The world had been created, plants and animals had been created, and primitive man existed on the earth before this monolith, this obelisk, this stone ever made its appearance. It is also known as, the stone that you saw earlier, the generative force or the penis.
Osiris [sun-god] was chopped into fourteen pieces. Isis came to put him back together again and bring him to life. She could find all the pieces except one, the phallus… It is the penis of Osiris, the generative force… it represents the Luciferian philosophy.
The Egyptian allegory tells us that the phallus of Osiris was swallowed by a fish. This is most significant and we may even infer mankind itself is the fish…But it even goes any further, for this age has been known as the age of Pisces, the fish. The significant force and the power in the age Pisces was Christianity.
…the phallus being the symbol of the vital power of the Mystery School and so used in Egyptian hieroglyphics. The phallus, then, is the Lost Word which is not discovered but for which a golden replica is substituted. In the Egyptian hieroglyphics the physical body, after the death of the soul or its departure therefrom, is called the khat [or K‐H‐A‐T], and the hieroglyphic for this is a fish.
In Dealey Plaza, you will find an obelisk. In Washington D.C., you will find obelisk, known as the Washington Monument. In the courtyard of the Vatican, you will find an obelisk. Should I continue? The family in England, whose estates are called Syon House, has an obelisk on their lawns.”— William Cooper, Mystery Babylon Series, 1993
“PENCIL derives in a roundabout way from penis. The Romans humorously called a painters brush a penicillum, a diminutive form of the word for the male organ of generation, and penicillum became the Old French pincel, from which we have our modern pencil.”— Twenty-Five Curious Word Origins, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 50, No. 6 (Feb., 1969)
“OB’ELISK, noun [Latin obeliscus; Gr. a spit.]
1. A truncated, quadrangular and slender pyramid intended as an ornament, and often charged with inscriptions or hieroglyphics. Some ancient obelisks appear to have been erected in honor of distinguished persons or their achievements. Ptolemy Philadelphus raised one of 88 cubits high in honor of Arsinee. Augustus erected one in the Campus Martius at Rome, which served to mark the hours on a horizontal dial drawn on the pavement.“— Webster’s 1828
n.s. [ obeliscus, Latin.]
2. A mark of censure in the margin of a book, in the form of a dagger [†].
n.s. [censura, Latin.]
1. Blame; reprimand; reproach.
2. Judgment; opinion.
3. Judicial sentence.
4. A spiritual punishment inflicted by some ecclesiastical judge.“— Samuel Johnson’s 1755 Dictionary
Subjecting your child to Common Core curriculums molds him into a vulgar [unlettered] commoner. Hence the name. The term ‘vulgar’ means common, low-bred, illiterate. In some passages in the Bible ‘common’ refers to the public/that which belongs to the state, or defiled, unclean, unholy; i. e., “… God hath shewed me that I should not call any man common or unclean.” The word ‘curriculum’ derives from the Latin term ‘currere’ which means to run, and those with eyes to see have called educational curriculums a ‘runaround’ which means a deception. Children are being deceived into thinking they’re getting a Real education, when they are receiving a vulgar, secular, civil, commoner/low-ranking one. One thing is for sure; this curriculum makes them ‘smart’ [suffer pains, punished]. Common Core is not a federal legislation [it’s unconstitutional], yet it is enacted individually by all 50 States. Some may think they can just put their child into a private school to avoid it, but all institutions of higher education require students to have an acceptable score on tests that require Common Core, making the private schools teach it. So why do all 50 States follow suite to establish Common Core curriculums? Because the governors of the 50 States are in conspiracy to indoctrinate this vulgar curriculum onto the children to make them useful natural resources for the papal Green NWO [Agenda 21/30, “The Great Reset”]. These governors make up the membership of the National Governor’s Association, and with the CCSSO, and ADL, they scheme up Common Core curriculums/runarounds to sell to their own States. They then return from DC to their States dressing themselves in the office of governor to accept these curriculums. This documentary exposes this scheme. The lessons that come from this constantly altered and updated curriculum are ungodly, of humanism and scientism. It’s level of education is much lower than before States required certain educational standards. As quoted earlier in this article, the reason for such low education standards is it to create a vulgarly “informed and useful citizenry.” The Natural obligation of parents are to teach their own children the things required for Life. But we have been accustomed to abandoning this Natural duty to make it a money gaining endeavor for a stranger who will teach whatever is thrown at him by his satanic civil administrators. These strangers do not teach the things of Life, but the things of civil life rendering your child as the State’s greatest natural resource.
1. Of or pertaining to the common people; suited to or practised among the multitude; plebeian: as, vulgar life; vulgar sports.
2. Common; in general use; customary; usual; ordinary.
3. Hence, national; vernacular: as, the vulgar tongue; the vulgar version of the Scriptures;…
3. Pertaining or belonging to the lower or less refined class of people: unrefined; hence, coarse; offensive to good taste; rude; boorish; low; mean; base: as, vulgar men, language, minds, or manners.
4. Rustic, low-bred.
5. noun A vulgar person; one of the common people: used only in the plural.
6. noun The vernacular tongue or common language of a country.”— Century Dictionary 1889
“κοινός koinós, koy-nos’; probably from G4862; common, i.e. (literally) shared by all or several, or (ceremonially) profane:—common, defiled, unclean, unholy.“— Thayer’s Greek Lexicon
“PEOPLE, noun [Latin populus]
2. The vulgar; the mass of illiterate persons.
6. A collection or community of animals.
9. The Gentiles.”— Webster’s 1828
a course, especially a fixed course of study at a college, university, or school,” 1824, from a Modern Latin transferred use of classical Latin curriculum “a running, course, career” (also “a fast chariot, racing car”), from currere “to run” (from PIE root *kers- “to run”). Used in English as a Latin word since 1630s at Scottish universities.”— https://www.etymonline.com/word/curriculum#etymonline_v_489
“CURRICULUM originally meant a race course, from Latin currere, to run, and there are still many today who believe, with good reason, that a curriculum is a run around.”— Twenty-Five Curious Word Origins, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 50, No. 6 (Feb., 1969)
“runaround – 1. Deception, usually in the form of evasive excuses.”— The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
“SM’ART, noun [This word is probably formed on the root of Latin amarus, bitter, that is, sharp.]
2. Severe pungent pain of mind; pungent grief; as the smart of affliction.
2. To feel a pungent pain of mind; to feel sharp pain; as, to smart under sufferings.
3. To be punished; to bear penalties or the evil consequences of any thing. He that is surety for a stranger shall smart for it. Proverbs 11:15.“— Webster’s 1828
After your child has proven to be vulgar enough to become a student of the “higher” learning institutions, he now has a chance at obtaining additional flattering titles to his person, which in theory can aid in his chances of being employed [used] as a ‘hireling’ [serve for wages; prostitute] in a ‘job’ [low mean lucrative busy affair, a stabbing] of higher income. If he attends a ‘prestigious university’ you, as a parent, now have bragging rights to boast to your friends and family that your parenting skills ‘converted’ your child into Catholic schemery! The term ‘prestigious’ means practicing trickery; an underhand scheme. To trick is to live by fraud, so a prestigious university prepares one to be an eligible hireling in a fraudulent world ran by fiction. University comes from the term ‘universe’ which leads to the word ‘catholic’ with it’s etymology and definition being the universe/universal. Not so coincidentally, ‘catholic’ also means not bigoted; liberal, which is the face of nearly all colleges and universities. The first universities were officially established with their charters granted by the papacy. The pope also designed it’s fundamentals and applications, many of which still applies to our modern universities and colleges, such as the ranking system of students: freshman [a new convert], sophomore [a wise fool], junior [puny, low rank, unskilled], senior [priest]. Later the Jesuits took initiative and established many universities across Europe, Asia, and the Americas in accordance with the humanist papal design. Today all universities and colleges are matrixes of Catholic higher learning [“learning against learning”] institutions. We are all jesuitical Catholics now! Putting your child into one of these can benefit him in the secular world ruled by Satan. He may be able to add “Dr.” or “Phd” to his person’s name, which is pretty flattering. Then he can land a job that adds another flattering title. Depending on his ‘degree’ [of crime], when concerning his field of study he becomes an authoritative voice even if he is wrong, for the layman is unlettered and “doesn’t has the time to research.” His college degree is of crime, for he must transgress on Nature’s Law [the message of Christ] to have the worldly membership required for admission, and this degree qualifies him as a higher raking prostitute [hireling], therefore he can have a less stressful time selling himself for the pursuit of mammon. He will walk about in pride with his flattering titles believing he is some-thing when he is no-thing. He will spend his life ‘making a living’ in a fictional world instead of just living.
n.s. [from hire.]
1. One who serves for wages.
2. A mercenary; a prostitute.
1. Serving for hire; venal; mercenary; doing what is done for money.”
n.s. [A low word now much in use, of which I cannot tell the etymology.]
1. A low mean lucrative busy affair.
2.Petty, piddling work; a piece of chance work.
3. A sudden stab with a sharp instrument.”— Samuel Johnson’s 1755 Dictionary
“PRESTIG’IOUS, adjective Practicing tricks; juggling.
1. An artifice or stratagem for the purpose of deception; a fraudful contrivance for an evil purpose, or an underhand scheme to impose upon the world; a cheat or cheating.“— Webster’s 1828
1. To live by fraud.“— Samuel Johnson’s 1755 Dictionary
“CATHOLIC, a. and n. … < L. catholicus, universal, general (neut. pl. catholica, all things together, the universe), in LL. and ML. esp. eccles., general, common…
1. Universal; embracing all; wide-extending
2. Not narrow-minded, partial, or bigoted [a term used mainly by leftists, socialists, and communists (which are Jesuitical political ideologies) towards those who do not adhere to their Jesuitical fiction]; free from prejudice; liberal [a common concern is that colleges and universities are “too liberal”]; possessing a mind that appreciates all truth [humanist, secular “truths”], or a spirit that appreciates all that is good [as according to the papacy].“
“UNIVERSITY, n. … < L. universita(t-)s, the whole, the universe, LL. a society, company, corporation, gild, ML. a university, < universus, all together, whole, entire, collective, general: see universe.]
1. The whole, the universe.
2. A corporation; a gild.
3. An association of men for the purpose of study, which confers degrees which are acknowledged as valid throughout Christendom [The Church, what the Vatican sanctions as “Christian/ity”], is endowed, and is privileged by the state in order that the people may receive intellectual guidance, and that the theoretical problems which present themselves in the development of civilization may be resolved [through Catholic, Jesuit, liberal, humanist learning].”— Century Dictionary 1889
1550s, “newcomer, novice,” from fresh (adj.1) in the sense “making one’s first acquaintance, inexperienced” + man (n.)…”
“recent arrival, a stranger newly arrived,”… Old English also used niwcumen as a noun meaning “newcomer, neophyte.”
c. 1400, neophite, “new convert” (modern spelling from 16c.), from Church Latin neophytus, from Greek neophytos “a new convert; one newly initiated,” noun use of adjective meaning “newly initiated, newly converted,”…”
mid-14c., “probationer in a religious order,”… noun use of Latin novicius “newly imported, newly arrived, inexperienced” (of slaves)…”— https://www.etymonline.com/
“SOPHOMORE or “wise fool” is an invented word which is supposed to be a combination of two Greek words, sophos, wise, and moros, foolish. It was probably invented in imitation of sophister, the designation given to a student in his second or third year at Trinity College, Dublin, or Cambridge University.”— Twenty-Five Curious Word Origins, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 50, No. 6 (Feb., 1969)
1570s, “inferior in rank” (1540s as a noun, “junior pupil, freshman“)”— https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=puny
“Puisne (… from late Latin post-, “after”, and natus, “born”) is a legal term of art obsolete in many jurisdictions and, when current, used mainly in British English meaning “inferior in rank”— https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puisne
“SENIOR, adjective see’nyor. [Latin senior, comparative of senex, old.] Elder or older; but as an adjective, it usually signifies older in office; as the senior pastor of a church,..”— Webster’s 1828
“Priest. —This word (etymologically “elder”, from Greek: presbuteros, presbyter) has taken the meaning of “sacerdos”, from which no substantive has been formed in various modern languages (English, French, German)…”— https://www.catholic.com/encyclopedia/priest
“We are all Catholics now!“— Mike Huckabee CPAC Speech, 2/10/2012
“We are all Jesuits.” ―Herman A. Van Rompuy: President of the European Union, addressing European leaders, in Florence, Italy: Sep. 7, 2012
“The term “degree” denotes a division or classification of one specific crime into several grades or stadia of guilt, according to the circumstances attending its commission. Thus, in some states, there may be “murder in the second degree.”— Black’s Law 4th
One can scoff at the information presented here as writings from a crazy rambling conspiracist. The rulers of this world do not care what you believe as long as you are reliant on their social control systems. As long as you are using their property [i.e. your G.I. legal entity per-son, surname, citizenship, public] you become their prerogative and they have complete control over you. Those who have the eyes can see the absolute wickedness of the system converting man into hu-man [belonging to man, not God] through civil education. Taking the kid away from God’s Kingdom [the Natural] and casting him out to the desert [secular nations] to be spiritually killed is a necessity to the Beast System, for that which belongs to God is to be rendered unto Him, and that which belongs to Caesar is his prerogative [Mar 12:17]. They must turn us into hu-mans, into their property [their per-sons], so we can become their greatest natural resource.