Word Magic & The English Language

Hmmm. :thinking: Thoughts?

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He makes some good points, especially when referring the Phoenicians. Phoenicians inspired our European alphabets, not solely, but to a significant extent. These Phoenicians were more related to Europeans than some might think, not only did they settle parts of Europe, but some evidence suggests they are also genetically linked - https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/05/160525161342.htm and https://phys.org/news/2016-05-ancient-dna-phoenician-carthage-european.html.

This is relevant to your answer for the following reasons:

  1. Phoenicians lived in close proximity to Chaldeans, from whom the Hellenes and Vedics learned Astrology. The Chaldeans are also known for their numerology, along with Pythagorean numerology, Chaldean numerology is among the two most popular.
  2. Both Pythagorean and Chaldean numerology utilized their respective alphabets in their numerological systems. This embedded numerology into these alphabets are intentional, unlike the Hebrew one that is unintentional since they misinterpreted their teachings, this might substantiate his claims regarding words and magic. Our entire understanding of language, grammar, syntax, context, and so forth, are all based on alphabets related to these numerological systems, so his claims seem to be backed by some understanding of history.
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Very interesting. Thank you :dizzy: