My Book “Word Magic” Is Now Available as a Kindle eBook

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As of May 17, 2017, my most informative and empowering work is now available as a Kindle ebook. It is called Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, a thought-provoking and magical book that explores the powers of words and how words manifest reality and shape human culture.

The enlightening information in this book took many years of researching and meditating to find. Furthermore, it took countless hours of contemplating my thoughts to write and organize the information into knowledge that readers can easily “innerstand”.

Below is a short description of Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words.

Let us tumble down the rabbit hole to explore the world of magic, words and legalese, and I will show you proof that there is more to words than meets the eye. This magical journey will teach you how words can be used to empower or disempower you. Once you learn how powerful words are and how to apply them wisely into your life, you can use them to empower you to defend your rights, cast light magic, manifest your desires, and achieve spiritual freedom.

What is word magic?

Word magic is the art of communicating using sacred sounds and symbols to direct and control energy to produce certain desired effects. All words have magic properties. However, certain words have more magic properties for the reason that they carry more energy. This is why during magic rituals certain specific words are used.

Because word magic utilizes sacred sounds and symbols to direct and control energy, it is one of the most effective tools to use for achieving desires or programming people’s subconscious mind. Because of this, it is heavily used by corporations, courts and governments. The word magic techniques used by corporations, courts and governments are shockingly revealed in this enlightening book.

Through Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, you can explore a hidden world that shows you how words shape your reality. This enlightening book is not your average book because it explores magic and the power of words to the core of reality. Furthermore, it has a lot of empowering knowledge that is rarely found in the public domain. By reading this empowering book, you will know how powerful words are and why learning how to use words wisely can help you achieve success and freedom, and empower you to defend your natural rights.

To preview or purchase Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, visit Amazon.com.

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Category: Etymology & Word Magic, Freedom & Sovereignty, Occult (Hidden) Knowledge, Religion, Spirituality

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  1. Daniel Law says:

    Hi, I tried buying the kindle version of word magic, but it seems to be blocked among many other titles here in Singapore. Is there a way I can purchase a downloadable electronic version from you… or please suggest.

    Thank you
    Daniel

  2. Wendy says:

    Saw your YouTube video on this, and for all your “study the entomology,” you made a glaring blunder about “contract.” You say that the word-part “con” indicates trickery/deception, and therefore “contract” is a dangerous thing to get into. By that logic, “connect,” “convey,” and “considerate” are equally as bad. The problem with English is that it imports so many words/word parts from so many languages, the same sound could actually have very different connotations (oh, there’s “con” again), depending on how it entered the language. Your interpretation of “con” is actually a corruption of “confidence,” which most people would usually consider a good thing–unless a “confidence man” is using their confidence to get others to confide in him for his gain at their expense.

    • Pao Chang says:

      Go study how contracts are used by the legal system to trick you to be a legal fiction and you will know why a contract is a deceptive treatise used by CON-men/women. What you need to innerstand is that legalese is not the same as common English.

      CONman is defined as “a person who tricks other people in order to get their money :con artist”. (Source: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/con%20man)