Tuesday, February 22, 2011

bestia ligo efficio

To Bind the Human
Hidden Statements


The Holy Roman Cult College of Abbreviators, under the command of Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274),
established a legal fictional framework to control their property,
through the creation of thousands of abbreviated Medieval Latin words [terms].
Transfigured, transported, these new “hidden statements of meaning” were woven into other manufactured languages-
Anglaise and later English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish.

'...it depends on what the word [term] is is.'
got it?

Par exemplar-
the abbreviation of three Medieval Latin words:
be = bestia : animal, beast.
li = ligo : to bind, tie.
ef = efficio : to do, produce, effect, make/bring about, cause/prove.
The product-
Belief - "to cause the binding of animals".
The Holy Roman Cult considered not all men and women to be members of the Elect,
but were agreed upon as nothing more than mere animals,
and as such-
the discretionary property thereof.
Papal Bull Unum Sanctum
Pope Boniface VIII
1302 anno domini
"Furthermore, we declare, we proclaim, we define
it is absolutely necessary for salvation
every human creature be subject to the Roman Pontiff".


Get It?

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