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Their is a grand, universal, idiom message lying deep within the languages of man.
Quote from: mirormimic on 05/06/2010 19:09:32Their is a grand, universal, idiom message lying deep within the languages of man. A cunning linguist who doesn't know "there" from "their" [:0]Mirormimic's posts sound remarkably similar to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bible_code [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register] bollocks.
monks who were transcribing texts would sometimes spell out naughty things using the first character in each line of text on a page
It is also interesting that by using the word “cunning” RD reminds us of the historical reference that I am building this thesis about language around.
God was the “genius”( GNINNUS) who created language. God was the GNINNUS( Genus..origin.) (genius) that gave to and thus endowed mankind with the ability to speak.
Examples of Cognitive Problems Associated with Schizophrenia ------Making up new words (neologisms)--Becoming incoherent or stringing unrelated words together (word salad)--Frequent loose association of thoughts or speech- when one thought does not logically relate to the next. For example, "I need to go to the store to buy some band-aids. I read an article about how expensive AIDS drugs are. People take too many street drugs. The streets should be clean from the rain today, etc" The need to go to the store to buy band-aids is forgotten.--Racing thoughts--Nonsensical logic--Obsessive compulsive tendencies- with thoughts or actionsExamples of Delusions------Delusions of reference- thinking that random events convey a special meaning to you. An example is that a newspaper headline or a license plate has a hidden meaning for you to figure out. That they are signs trying to tell you something.--Religious delusions- that you are Jesus, God, a prophet, or the antichrist.--Delusions of grandeur- the belief that you have an important mission, special purpose, or are an unrecognized genius, or famous person.Changes in Behavior associated with schizophrenia ------Intense and excessive preoccupation with religion or spirituality Disclaimer: The [above] symptoms overlap with many other diseases such as bipolar disorder, major depression, the various kinds of personality disorders (specifically paranoid and schizotypal personality disorders), and other problems such as brain tumors and temporal lobe epilepsy. There is no "typical" case of schizophrenia. Everyone has different symptoms. Seek the opinion of your doctor always.
What's wicapedia? The online encyclopedia preferred by the neopagan community?[/quote}Wicapedia despite any bias leanings is an appropriate historical source.
What's wicapedia? The online encyclopedia preferred by the neopagan community?
Referrence Wicapedia( followed by comments from mirrormimic)