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Is English a Reptilian Language?

Origin

English has its roots in the Germanic languages, from which German and Dutch also developed, as well as having many influences from romance languages such as French. (Romance languages are so called because they are derived from Latin which was the language spoken in ancient Rome). Source

When Those Simple S’s Sound So Sinister

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Consider the English/German letter ‘S’. First of all, it looks like a Snake or Serpent or (Schlange in German) — one that has risen up and is ready to strike or if viewed from overhead it looks like one that is perhaps crawling along. In two-dimensional space, it looks like a sideways wave and in 3-D space it looks like a Spiral, both paths that energy follows. The letter ‘s’ is used in English to denote “possession”, which is Satan’s specialty, by placing it at the end of a word with an apostrophe. Plurality or the concept of multiplication or creation, is achieved by appending an ‘s’ or ‘es’ to a word. These two facts, coupled with the sheer number of words in English language means the ‘S’ sound is one of the most, if not single most, frequently uttered sounds in our speech. Although the vowels are used frequently, they have more than one sound associated with them, a long and short sound. There are probably more esses used in our speech than any other sound. Virtually every sentence we speak contains one or more of these hissing sounds. It would not be accurate to say we sound like hissing snakes when we speak, but our incessant hissing probably reminds us of it at some level subconsciously.

Not only does the letter ‘S’ physically represent the Snake or Serpent/Schlange, phonetically it even sounds like a snake!! It sounds exactly like the hissing sound a snake makes – sssssssss – when it “Shakes” its tail. The word hiss even ends in a double-s. And, of course, the words snake and serpent are both s-words as well as satan, who the Bible says took the form of a Snake or Serpent. He was said to have told mankind a Secret — that man would not die if he ate of the fruit (Genesis 3:4). Of course, when you want to tell someone a secret you say, “pssssssst, come here…” or if you want to keep a secret you say “Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!!”

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Snake Dollar Sign

The dollar sign $, is the standard symbol for English currency. For the love of money is said to be the root of all evil (1 Timothy 6:10). Not only does the ‘S’ look like a snake (Satan), and sound like a snake, which is known for Shedding its Skin, but nearly all words that begin with the letter ‘s’ have a negative connotation associated with them. That is why they can be considered S-words, or Swords, because they can kill and injure like a sword. These s-words are a Seal or Stamp associated with Satan, Satan’s Slang or S-lang. The word lang is defined in the dictionary as an abbreviation for the word “language”.

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Satan, the Snake or Serpent/Schlange also known as Set, Slithers about Striving to Snatch, Steal, or Strip us of our Souls or Spirits and is obseSSed with poSSeSSing or Seizing them. He, or she, is Subtle, sly, Sneaky, slick, slippery, scaly, secretive, scary, spins, spirals or screws into your soul and possesses you and seizes your spirit. Speech is his peach and when we speak, Satan is at his peak as far as deception is concerned. The words “possesses”, “obsesses”, “seizes” contain a multiple S-sound and are words pertaining to control.

The word ess, which is defined as the pronunciation for the letter ‘S’, becomes the word esse when a silent ‘e’ is added. The word esse means “to be” which is where we get the word essence and the word essay which is sort of a written speech and comes from the Old French esai which means “to put to a test” which is what Satan did to Jesus in the wilder-ness. The suffix “-ness” also means a state of being, like loneliness or business. It’s interesting that the Loch Ness in Scotland is said to contain a serpent creature named “Nessie” which nests there. Yes, Satan certainly is a “Busy Ness” when it comes to the business world and show business. And he specializes in monkey business. One should keep this in mind before wishing for good-ness.

A partial list of s-words: sun, shine, soul, spirit, satan, samael, set, sin, serpent, snake, salamander, hisses, siren, spell, steal, scales, shed, skin, slither, slimy, slip, slide, shake, strike, scare, sly, sneak, stealth, secret, subtle, slash, slice, slay, slit, shoot, strip, smack, smite, sword, spook, possesses, obsesses, spin, screw, smell, say, speak, salacious, spiral, slave or sklave, pssssssst, sssssssshhhh.

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Shit! Or (ScheiSSe in German) I, mean, Sheesh! It is not easy to think of positive s-words and double “SS” words are even worse. The Swastika resembles two esses and the word ‘Swastika’ has two of them in number. Much of Nazi symbolism was derived from ancient Nordic Runes. The Nazis modernized and stylized them. The SS symbol, the double lightning bolt, is a stylized version of the Sig rune {Sieg} drawn from the Wiligut Runes [Karl Maria Wilgut]. (“And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven”. Luke 10:18).

Schwarze Sonne or Black Sun

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A seventh century fertility symbol, the Black Sun (German: Schwarze Sonne) or Sun Wheel also ranked high within the Nazi symbolic lexicon. The Black Sun uses a twelve-spoke design , supposedly it represents the visible sun on its passage through the twelve months of the year.

“A grand force or a grand god in the background of the multiplicity of gods and spirits who becomes visible in a multiple way in the universe, on earth and in the life of all beings and facts”. So the sun was interpreted as “only one, but a very important and big expression (of that force or god) in the surrounding events and in the life of the ancestors” (Das Buch der deutschen Sinnzeichen by Walther Blachetta).

“And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the devil, and satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” —Revelation 12:9

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