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abiogenesis the creation of an a-biologic life form (Acurus genus insects) by means of prolonged exposure to weak electric current
Aeon from Greek, originally meaning “life” or “being”, also meaning “age”, “forever”, or “for eternity”
aggression from Latin: aggregere (to gather, to accumulate)
alcohol from Arabic: al-kuhl (meaning: “body eating spirit”) [more]
anarchy a society without rulers; archon is Greek for “ruler”
anatomy from Greek: ana (‘up’) & tomia (‘cutting’)
antichrist state of consciousness of any man who denies or defies God
anthropos a Greek word meaning “human” or “man”
apocalypse revelation (from Greek)
archeology from Greek: arkhaiologia, meaning ‘study of what is ancient’ (arkhaios means ‘ancient’)
Archon a Greek word meaning “ruler” or “lord”; some consider it to be an inorganic creature that lives of negative life energy
Armageddon hill of Megiddo (Palestine), symbolizing the end of times
astro star; from Greek: astron (star)
atmosphere from Greek: atmós (steam, vapor) & sphaira (globe, sphere)
awareness focused attention
Ayurveda from Sanskrit āyus “life” & veda “(sacred) knowledge”
believe a word of 7 letters with in its center the word “lie”
cabal a secret political clique or faction (originated from “practitioners of Cabalah”)
canon from Greek: kanon, meaning “straight rod” or “bar”
carnival from Latin: caro (flesh) & levare (lighten, raise, remove)
Catholic from Greek: katholou, meaning “on the whole”
coincidence misunderstood dynamics
common sense a shared (common) perception (sense)
comprehension from Latin: comprehensio (taking together), as a contraction of com (with, together) & prehendo (take)
conscience from Latin: con (with) & scientia (knowledge)
consciousness self-awareness (features: frequency, duration, and depth)
conspiracy from Latin: con (together) & spiro (to exhale, to blow)
cover-up a planned effort to hide an unlawful act or situation
Christ state of consciousness of any man who serves under God (from the Greek Christos: Anointed One)
cryo from Greek kryos (“icy cold”), meaning “involving or producing (extreme) cold”
crypto a Greek word meaning “hidden” or “secret”
deontology from Greek deon (“obligation” or “duty”) and logos (“logic”), meaning “doctrine of duties”
dimension from the Latin dimensio, meaning “extent”, “magnitude” or “a measuring” (more general: measurable characteristic)
disease a dis-ease: a manifestation of the preparation or implementation of a NUP
disinformation deliberate misinformation (including: poisoned truth)
Doctor from Latin: “teacher”
dogma an incontestable belief based on non-factual persuasion
dozen a unity of twelve; from Latin: duodecim (twelve)
emotion from Latin: ex- (out) + movere (move), meaning “a moved-out feeling”
encyclopedia from Greek enkyklios paideia meaning “general education”
entertainment from French and Latin: to enter (entrer) and hold (tenir: “tain”) the mind (mens: “ment”)
epidemic from Greek: epi (upon) + dēmos (people)
epiphysis from the Greek word epiphuesthai : epi (upon) + phuesthai (grow)
Epistemology from the Greek episteme (knowledge) plus logos (logical discourse)
Essence energetical: an essential Force (being Earth, Air, Water, Fire, or Aether)
Etymology the study of the original meaning
eugenics from Greek eu (“good”) & genes (“come into being”), literally meaning “good creation“
evil to be spiritually dead (meaning “denying or defying God”)
exegesis from the Greek verb exigeísthai: “to lead out” (of incomprehension)
Fair Talk a method for open and conscious communication based on Wholly Science
genesis a Greek word meaning “birth”, “origin”, or “beginning”
geo a Greek word meaning “land”, “ground”, “soil”, or “earth”
Geomancy Spiritual Ecology, or the Wholly art of arranging harmonious structures; also known as Feng Shui (China) or Pungsu (Korea)
Geometry from Greek: geo (earth) & matria (measurement)
ghost see Spirit
Gnosis a Greek word meaning “(higher) knowledge” or “insight”
Gnosticism the philosophy of liberation through insight
Good to be spiritually alive (meaning “serving under God”)
government mind control; from Latin: guberno (to control) & mentis (the mind)
Grammar from Greek: grammatikē technē, meaning: technē (art) & gramma (letter): Art of Letters
hexagram a 2D star shape with six points, also know as the Seal of Sol.Om.On
Holy from the Greek “Hagios” meaning “separated”
homophones words that sound the same but have different spelling and meaning
Homophonology the study of homophones
Horus actually Heru (ancient Egyptian), meaning “the One (U) who is Above (Her)”. Horus is this name in Greek.
Hour from Latin: hora (hour, time, or season); hora is also Greek
human a spiritual being having a physical experience
individual from Latin: individuus (undivided), meaning “an indivisible unity”
In Lak’ech a Mayan expression meaning “I am another version of you”
inorganic not containing hydrocarbon groups (also: anorganic)
legislation from Latin: legis (“man-made law”) latio (“bearing”)
Logos from Greek, meaning “coherent logic” (among other things)
liberal a free man; from Latin: liber (free or independent)
life the ability to self-organize as a response to the perceived environment
Life Energy a subtle flowing motion belonging to the in the 2D proto world (also named as Vital Energy, Chi, Ki, Prana, Orgone, Vril, or Mana)
materialism only matter matters
meta from Greek metá, meaning “outside” or “beyond”
misinformation false information
MK-Ultra a secret CIA mind-control program (more)
Monarch a secret CIA mind-control program (more)
monarchy government by one (mono) Archon
morphogenesis creation of shape; from Greek: morphe (shape) & genesis (creation)
mortgage vow of a dead man; from French: mort (dead) & gage (pledge)
Muse to think or meditate on something in silence
Namasté derived from Sanskrit, literally meaning “I bow to the godlike in you”
Nazi a contraction of National Socialism and Zionism
nonsense non-sense: something we can not (non) perceive (sense)
NUP a Neuro-psycho-physiological Upgrading Program
obfuscation to darken, to dim (from Latin)
occult hidden; from Latin: occulere (to conceal)
oligarchy government by a few (oligos) Archons
organic containing hydrocarbon groups
orthodox derived from orthos (right or true) and doxa (opinion)
pandemic from Greek: pan (all) & dēmos (people)
parliament from French: parler (to speak) & mentir (to lie)
parse from Latin: pars orationis (part of speech): linguistically dissecting
Pateo no longer hidden; from Latin: pateo (be open, be free) [The Greek word πατεω means “tread on” or “trample upon”]
patriotism a psychosis based on the illusionary division in man-made nations
pentagram a 2D star shape with five points
person from Latin: persona (mask); the legal term “natural person” is an unlawful “graven image”; neither is the personality the True Self
petroleum an a-biotic self-regenerating compound (and most certainly not an oil)
pharmacy from Greek: pharmakia (“witchcraft”, “sorceries”, “work of the flesh”, “drugs”)
Philosophy from Greek: philosophia (love of wisdom); literally: “beloved (philos) wisdom (sophia)”
Physiology from Ancient Greek: physis ('nature’ or ‘origin') & logia ('study of')
piezo from Greek: piezein (to press tight, squeeze)
Pleistocene Greek for “most recent”
Psychology the Science (Logos) of the influence by the subconscious mind (Psyche or Soul) on the conscious mind
psychopath from Greek: Psyche (Soul) and pathos (suffering)
Qabalah from Hebrew, literally meaning “how to receive” (also spelled ‘Kabbalah’ or ‘Cabalah’, with or without an ‘h’ at the end)
Realm from Old French for “kingdom” (realme, later reaume), probably from combining the Latin words regimen (“rule”) and regalis (“of the king”)
Reiki from Japanese: Rei (Spirit) and Ki (vital energy)
religion bound again; from Latin: re (again, back) & ligare (to tie)
respect considered again; from Latin: re (again) & specto (to see)
rex a Latin word meaning “ruler”
rhetoric the art of attaining Wisdom; rhetor is Greek for “master”
saga heroic tale (Old Nordic historic story)
Salveology Wholly Science applied to Wellbeing (salveo is Latin for “be well”)
Science the Whole of interrelated explanations
Semantics from Greek: semainein (“to mean” or “to signify”): the doctrine of meaning
Soul the higher emotional center
sovereign via the French souverain from Latin: super (“above”) -ānus (“having the position of”): prevailing
space the experience of wideness in time
Spagyrics from Latin spagyricus for Alchemy, orginating from Greek: spao (take apart) & ageiro (put together)
Spirit the higher cognitive center
Spirituality the Whole of insights that enable us to transcend ourselves towards God
student from Latin student- (‘applying oneself to’), from the verb studere, related to studium (‘painstaking application’)
subliminal from Latin: sub liminis, meaning “below threshold”
Syntax from Greek: syn (with) taxis (arrangement): putting together (linguistically)
taxonomy from Greek: taxis (arrangement) -nomia (distribution)
Telestes an aimed man; from the Greek telos (aim or goal); plural: Telestai
Temple Latin for “stretching to El”: temp (to stretch) & El
time the experience of sequence in space
trivial originates from the Trivium (Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric)
tropical from Greek: tropikos (turn)
universe uni (one) & vertere (to turn): “turned as one” [versus is perfect tense]
Wholly Science the reviving Reunion of sane Science and sound Spirituality

This PateoPedia webpage was written by Johan Oldenkamp.

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