Francis bacon & The english language

April 16 2017

    Ignoring 500,000 abbreviations, the names of 84 million chemical substances and roughly a million insect species, it is estimated that the English language has between 300,000 and 600,000 words. There's a lot of dispute about these numbers, which isn't surprising, since it concerns language, whose guardians often are worryingly meticulous and almost invariably strung-out on quarreling.

    Bacon is Shakespeare The English language alledgedly was built by Sir Francis Bacon who was inspired by , a band of French poets that greatly enriched the French language. He gathered writers, poets and scientists to achieve a number of things:
  1. The Danes, Saxons, Galls, Celts, Picts, Angles, Jutes, Welsh etc. all had their own language - English would offer them a way to communicate among each other in a civilized way (instead of bonking each others skulls with blunt objects)
  2. Bacon created more words (often referring to French and Latin) to enhance the language power of expression.  is suspected to be a pseudonym of Bacon. In his works he used 20,000 words while most famous writers never use more than 8000 and average people use between 2000 and 3000
  3. Being very aware of occult matters he always bore in mind the origin of words, because he knew they offered the possibility to program people's minds by using words, while they're unaware of their original meaning and the fact that they actually are being conditioned by them 
  4. He made sure English offered many rhyming words, understanding the force of poetry, often used in spells and conjurations, the linguistic gadgertry that brings about piffling altercations     
  5. Common awareness of the nuances and subtleties of words were prompted greatly by Shakespeare's works, which is another clue Shakespeare was Bacon's nom de plume; he wittingly crafted the language and then promoted it
  6. Linguist Noam Chomsky once said that French is the most logical language, because words closely follow thought, while German and English are more suited for literature, which was one of the goals Bacon / Shakespeare set out to attain      

Although there are diverging opinions concerning Bacon and Shakespeare being one and the same person, I'm inclined to believe such is the case. Particularly since the person in the other option was barely capable of writing his own name, left no writings typified by accuracy and eloquence commonly found among legal practitioners and had no knowledge of royal court etiquette that played quite an important role in several plays attributed to Shakespeare.

Bacon left the British people some 2000 books, which of course weren't all written by himself, since no man can write that fast, unless he would have reached a triple digit age. He hired scribes that translated the Greek and Roman classical works into English, because he wanted to give the Brits literature. He envisioned Britain to become a great nation and was aware of the fact that no nation can rise without a proper language and magnificent literature (besides having lots of canons and guns).

Beside the practical and beautiful linguistic aspects Bacon also wanted to embed ancient secret knowledge into the language he was building. Being well versed in  allowed him to do that with the assistence of the very skilled, internationally oriented group of writers and poets he had gathered. This is why the English language contains a number of words that have an extremely complex and profound meaning. Other languages often need one or more sentences to translate a single English word to even come close to what properly educated Brits understand it to mean.

For one man to establish such a tremendous achievement almost is beyond imagination. But Bacon accomplished it and possessed an ego strong enough to not overtly demand credit for this rattling feat. It's also possible that he imagined that the language he initiated to construct, would play a role in bringing about events hardly anyone else could foresee. This is because language can be used to communicate the truth as well as the opposite. English is capable of serving both purposes excellently.

In view of the nature and complexity of Bacon's project, it makes sense to assume he didn't leave a lot to chance. With reference to what I wrote in the previous blog entry, language should therefore be used with care, until there's no more need for it.

The origin of words

April 14 2017

Language obviously is fundamental for human communication alongside body language, art creation and wordless telepathy. It is often used in an improper way without even knowing this has been done, because there's an almost common lack of knowledge of its properties and the skill to apply it correctly. As we drift away further from original meaning and implication communication becomes meaningless and fuzzy. Bear in mind the increasing gap between accurate scientific language and common use.

Some things never change, among which are the original meaning of words, because time is finicky concerning matters that are subject to change or not. It has to do with chronos (physical time) and tempus (subjective time) - nice things to Google if you have time to kill.

The original meaning of words continues to affect the impact words have nevertheless. Even when used in an improper way as a result of not knowing what they one time meant. A few examples:

  1. To spell is commonly understood as placing letters in the correct order while forming words. It is also related to casting a spell
  2. Sentence is an array of words, but also final judgement in criminal law, followed by some type of punishment, usually incarceration - suggesting that words can literally captivate the addressed
  3. Grammar is the correct application of language (of spelling in sentences). The word is related to grimoir, the magician's handbook containing spells and magic potion receipes
  4. Cursive writing contains the word curse - we cuss and dis-cuss people and things
  5. A book is an object containing pages on which chapters are written or printed, but it is also understood as to book a person, which means to arrest him or her (which is what captivating books often do)
  6. A page contains written or printed language, but also means servant to a king or queen - a magician, a soldier or assassin
  7. A chapter is a part of a book containing many pages, but also a division of a secret society or religious order (later copied by motorcycle gangs)
  8. letter is part of a word and also a person who allows something to happen or an owner who lets another person use something (housing usually) in exchange for a compensation    
  9. A TV program is called a program for a reason; it is used to program people's minds - such is the power of words and images

The current meaning of words is always accompanied by the original one. The latter retained its innate impact over time and will affect those who use it as well as the addressed. So it's perhaps sensible to retrieve the origin of words by studying etymology in order to gain understanding of the (hidden) nature of communication.

As common people and scholars found, it sometimes pays off to go deeper into the rabbit hole. Many discoveries made, may have seemed unlikely at first glance, but later proved to be a great contribution to the knowledge we have. And yes, the opposite is also true.

The sun & mindsets

April 12 2017

In this blog entry I’ll discuss the sun. Not because it has directly to do with DTP and / or art creation, but to suggest to investigate what we think we know is true or not. In the website it is written that the sun’s core temperature is 15 million degrees Celcius (27 million degrees Fahrenheit), while its surface temperature is 2 million Celcius (3.5 million Fahrenheit). Quite hot still actually.

Yet the warmth or the lack of it experienced on earth can’t come from the sun’s surface heat since it is unable to propagate in a vacuum. Futhermore the higher we are on or near earth – the closer to the sun that is – the colder it becomes. On mountain tops it is colder than at sea level. Aircraft that fly higher than mountains, have de-icing systems to prevent ice formation on wings and fuselage. Astronauts hovering about far above aircraft in the ISS (International Space Station) complain that it is freezing cold inside it. That means that being closer to the sun makes it colder instead of hotter.

Using current logic, the above might suggest that warmth possibly comes from earth itself and / or its atmosphere, since more of it is felt when being closer to the planet's surface (in some places anyway).

So where does the heat felt on earth come from? It is said that radiation from the sun has something to do with it. If clouds block the sun, it becomes colder, so that might have something to do with it. Neutrinos, particles ejected by the sun in massive numbers (65 billion per square centimeter per second), travel through earth as if it wasn’t there to block them or slow them down. It leads to think that watery clouds certainly wouldn’t be capable to do that. But hey, there are a ton of other particles emitted by the sun. Surely one of them is capable of making life experience warmth on planet earth…

Taking things further though, one might wonder that if the sun possibly isn’t as hot as commonly claimed, quadrillions of other stars elsewhere in the universe may not be hot either. That would be quite a game changer for astronomy that is difficult to ignore.

This is my mindset. I don’t just accept anything I see or hear off hand, but always try to see and hear what may be beyond it (because that is what really makes things work or not). I use it to create art or write texts. It could cause feelings of wonderment, like perhaps would be the case with people who believe the sun is hot instead of cold, because they were always told so.


March 18 2017

As referred to in the previous blog entry, illusions may be deviations of a certain standard, also known as patterns. From before we were born, (chemical) patterns were induced in each of us, because we shared a common blood circulation with our mothers. If she experienced stress, we would be affected by the raised level of adrenaline. If she took medication, alcohol or drugs, the substances contained in them would also have consequence for us. If she was feeling happy, the correct mix of dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine would make us feel good too.

After birth, a slew of means to make the young aware of patterns is applied. Information transferred at a young age, usually lasts a lifetime. In the window (of opportunity) extending upto 6 months after birth, impressions even determine the number of synapses that are being built (at a rate of 250,000 per second....). Synapses not used for processing feelings in that period are broken down again, never to be rebuilt later in life.

Emotions experienced in that short span of time can be reproduced later when the system of synapses allows to feel such impulses. Any emotion or impression not experienced during that period, isn't recognized, because the brain lacks the synapse structure to properly process it. This is why all Chinese look the same to westerners, while Chinese have difficulty distinguishing western facial treats. The neo cortex can correct some of these things, but not all. It is the distinction between innate ability and acquired skill.

No spell checker was used when the  was intentionally generated by researchers at Cambridge university. They concluded it indicates that the human brain recognizes patterns rather than strict data-sets. It retrieves data patterns stored in the RAM memory of the brain to determine a correct initial response. Solving complex problems in every day life or research has little use for RAM data and obtains information from other sources. Many researchers have admitted to have accidentally stumbled upon information that enabled them to resolve the problems they were working on. Common people would be able to confirm this, when similar situations took place in their lives. It may have occurred in too many instances to continue to mark them as accidents. It seems a pattern has emerged.

The power of symbols

March 16 2017

A number of sources say that ‘illusions are distortions of sensory perception, revealing how the brain organizes and interprets sensory stimulation’.  This would imply that any shape differing from standard definition is considered to be an illusion. It also hints at the fact that the brain predominantly recognizes patterns to trigger ensuant perceptional processes. In other words: when an illusion is detected – a deviation of a known pattern – the brain becomes confused. In addition what is known usually is taught, teachings being copies of copies of perception.

In order to prevent the brain from wandering too far away from permitted realms, laws were created. Laws protect the scope of perception, crammed with patterns that can be recognized and processed by the brain within the limits that reduce the risk of ‘violation’ of the law, leaving only a concealed, narrow and untrodden path for innovation and invention. Standards are allowed to slowly evolve under strict control, revolution might destroy the stock, giving unwanted illusions a chance to enlighten or whack the brain. Who actually is in control of these matters, is beyond the ambit of this blog entry (for now).

While perceiving, the brain assumes all sorts of things. It uses organizational principles, such as depth- and motion perception, and perceptual constancy that are part of human psychology, that has become the level of adaptation to external programming that individuals allow to take place. Psychologists’ purpose is to make patients return to the allowed scope of knowledge / programming by re-adjusting their perception so they become useful participants of society again.

Illusions occur in humans of all cultures and places and times, indicating that human perception has a lasting, global nature. This is what makes symbolism so powerful; there’s no need to translate and explain information, it is instantly understood everywhere, anytime by anyone. Symbols are omnipresent; in images, in words and even in single letters and digits. They can refer to their origin - the instant of their conception - or to a stage in which certain interests were introduced. Those professionally involved with creating information, should have some knowledge of symbols for this reason.

And by the way, there are two types of understanding: the conscious apprehension and sub-conscious comprehension. The latter gateway is used by programmers to direct the addressed in an unnoticed way – the crux of perceptive advertising and marketing. An obscure play on a concealed stage is performed, where illusionists conduct their business, attended by many, few of whom are aware of the tricks that are being played on their brain.  If for instance, you have difficulty grasping why huge amounts of money are spent on advertising, you can be sure you have successfully been programmed.

Awareness & consciousness

March 4 2017

I’m having a prolific episode today, so here’s another entry. Many aren’t aware of what awareness truly is. In dictionaries it’s described as ‘Having knowledge of’ or as ‘State of elementary or undifferentiated consciousness’. Being aware today is understood as having knowledge of matters within a certain field of knowledge. Over time however, knowledge has proven itself to be a perpetually changing thing, while no dictionary properly explains consciousness.

If someone unequivocally disproves something other people claim to grasp, the status they acquired for comprehending goes down the drain. Going from being aware to ignorant can often be accomplished in a flash as does gaining status for being savvy in the opposite direction. What this probably means, is that we really don’t know anything for certain; we're on a journey towards knowing. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle possibly applies to all of human knowledge.... People who are aware of this limitation are the only ones to be taken seriously.

Dictionaries that make reference to consciousness, enter a totally different issue that has been shrouded in a veil of ignorance for a long time. Cardiologist performed research among people who had a Near-Death-Experience (NDE). He cautiously concludes that consciousness may not be located inside the human brain. That could imply that we receive impulses from elsewhere. I.e. from other dimensions as brilliant scientist suggested from personal experience. This probably was too far out of the ordinary (cluster of common misrepresentations), which caused Tesla to never be mentioned in historic reports or scientific papers.

Van Lommel said that because he noticed that people who were declared brain dead, still registered things that they reported on after miraculously returning to life. Van Lommel isn’t the only one who suspects this. Neurosurgeon , who was in a coma for 7 weeks and declared brain dead by his peers, claims similar things. If intuitive impulses are indeed generated elsewhere and the human brain only receives and processes them, the definitions of consciousness and awareness need to be reconsidered.

Physisist , coming from an entirely different perspective, has said things that concur with Tesla's, Van Lommel's and Alexander's conclusions as well. You may want to look up those MD's and scientists on the web to learn what drove them to present their claims.... What this might mean for creative minds, is that they could teach their brains to tune in to frequencies through which those impulses are transmitted. It may open up new worlds in which new ways are shown that can make them aware of things they never thought of before.

Ideas & marketing strategy

March 4 2017

Time is a means to divide the past, from the now and future. The past is crammed with interpretation and misinterpretation, the now is an indivisible instant in which we perceive and misperceive and the future is basically a tsunami of space and time that floods us. It can dwarf our expectations and hopes or change our lives in unimaginable ways in less than a second (Pompeii, that sort of extreme situations). Based upon what we’ve learned in the past and on what our intuition tells us, we are forced to move into the future – there’s no choice here. What most of us do in the now is attempt to make ideas work in the future. Many of those end up in the trash bin of the past, but some may actually materialize and last or vanish.

The majority of ideas involve a number of people – people we work with to make them work and people that we hope will find that idea beneficial to their future. And all we have to do to establish that situation is use our ability to communicate (besides having enough money to pay for actually realizing them of course). But there often are others who have similar ideas who want their ideas to be better than ours, which we naturally hope to disprove. So the development of ideas by various parties leads to a competition between those different groups of people that have similar ideas. Society as we know it, is competition driven - it is a battle of ideas.

And then there is the art of marketing. Bad ideas can defeat good ones – VHS vs Betamax, uranium based nuclear power generation vs thorium based nuclear systems, war mongering vs peace keeping etc. The success or failure of an idea largely depends on how it is presented. So considering how to present an idea may be just as important as conjuring one. That always is a good idea.

The quality of communication of digital and printed data must equal that of the marketing strategy (and vice versa); if one fails to match the other there is the risk of failure, almost regardless of the product that is being offered for sale and most oddly the quality of the latter. The audience in today's world seems to rely more heavily on presentation than on product calibre. This is an important thing to bear in mind when you aim to conduct such a type of communication. The key to functioning well in an environment concerned with marketing is to thoroughly understand the impact of language and symbolism in imagery. And then there is the challenge of reaching whoever you intend to reach. More on this matter in one of the following blog entries.

The language of magic

March 3 2017

In this first blog entry I am going to take you further down the rabbit hole of the language of magic than I did, referring to hidden, but nevertheless rather obvious meanings and powers of words elsewhere in this site. Mr. Pao Chang explains these matters in a clear way in this site:

Most people like him have drawn much of their knowledge from Manly P. Hall’s book ‘The Secret Teachings of All Ages’. Hall was a mystic and high ranking free mason, who was intimately familiar with the occult. Most people are ignorant of the information passed on in the mason’s lodges. Jordan Maxwell is one who carefully studied Hall’s revelations and presented them in simple terms to a large audience. At the end of the above mentioned article a short video clip of Maxwell is shown.

The essence of many such matters is the fact that the real powers behind the scene obey Admiralty or Maritime Law, while common people believe there is only the Civil Law system based on Constitutional Law in their country. Civil Law is different in every country because of the variations in culture. Admiralty Law is an ancient global legal system of the seas and rivers that run into the sea. This is why judges hate plaintiffs and accused who refer to the constitution because it gives every human unalienable rights. That conflicts with Admiralty Law that regulates dealings between corporations of which your government (!) probably is one. Most countries are registered as corporations at Lloyds in London... You are not a company, you are a mere asset. Commoners aren’t supposed to know for very good reason if you look at things from the position of the occult rulers of this world (who run the corporations).

However, words are words inside highbrow circles as well as the places where John and Jane Doe live. If you know what you’re doing, you could reach your goals easier and faster than if you don’t know what you’re doing – or rather saying and writing . These things are also known in advertisement agencies that work for big companies; their writings and designs contain audible or visual symbols that have a hidden meaning that is powerful beyond the perception of by far the most people. Perhaps in another entry I will expound more on this.