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Matrixx Word Magic Exposed The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words

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Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words

Authored or posted by Pao Chang | Last updated on May 22nd, 2016 | Published on May 9, 2016 | 4 Replies
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Picture of Word Magic BookIs there more to words than meets the eye? Let us tumble down the rabbit hole to explore the world of magic 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, achieve spiritual freedom, and/or put the Dark Forces in checkmate.

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.

What is Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words?

Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words is Pao L Chang’s (the author of OmniThought.org and EnergyFanatics.com) latest book. This book is not your average book, because it explores magic and the power of words to the core of reality, which is made of energy codes. Furthermore, it contains a lot of empowering knowledge that is rarely found in the public domain.

One of the goals of this book is to reveal some of the sources of the problem that are plaguing Earth and draining the energy of billions of people. One of the sources of the problem is the Matrix. By reading this book, you will learn how to free your body, mind, and soul from the Matrix. This will empower you to wake up to the real reality, allowing you to find the true path of spiritual freedom.

For a preview of Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, read the PDF below. If for some reason you can not view the PDF, visit this link.

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on August 7, 2016 at 3:21am

Why Words are More Powerful Than Swords

Words are powerful because they carry energy, sound, and frequency, which are some of the building blocks of matter. In addition, they carry information that can be used as knowledge to create or destroy things. When this knowledge is experienced into wisdom, it becomes very powerful and can be used to expand a person’s consciousness and spiritual powers. This is why applied knowledge is power!

Did you notice that the term words is an anagram for the term sword?

 

Switch the letter “s” in the term words to the front and you get the term sword.

 

Words are like swords because they can be used to harm and “cut” you. In a way, words are more powerful than swords due to the fact that they can harm or heal you at the deepest levels of your being.

 

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