Category Archives: language

Language and Purity

In the beginning there was the Word. The original Greek of this phrase was logos, and logos also means reason. So reasoned words make the world go around. Honesty is the first precept of a righteous life. Reasoned, honest, true … Continue reading

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Esperanto and Religion

Volunteer Esperanto (Pan-European) courses on the Chinese tropical island of Hainan were a great success. In attendance were 150+ participants in an extra-intensive, 34-day, 200 hour course, with lots of international communication through a neutral and equal medium. Also Esperanto … Continue reading

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The Cosmology of Martinus and Lubomir Fajth

When I was in a village cabin in the mountains of Northern Slovakia I was introduced to the writings and drawings of a Danish mystic named Martinus Thomsen. He was from a poor family and was a dairyman. He had … Continue reading

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The International English Problem Listen my brothers. There are those among us who can speak other languages, and those who can just speak English, as is true for most Americans. But I hope that everyone lends me their ear, to hear the story … Continue reading

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Kobe Bryant says Faggot

Kobe Bryant was upset about a call (and we don’t know if the call was correct or not), and then called the referee a faggot. He was caught on camera and singled out to pay a fine of 100,000 dollars … Continue reading

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KBH Lingo

Androphile: A man who likes to be around other guys and form brotherhoods, i.e., a fascist nutter Arm Carcinophobia: The irrational fear of an unknown type of cancer that may or may not exist depending whether or not you have … Continue reading

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True vs. Bastardised Terms

So.  My brothers. There two senses to every word in every language: the true sense, and the bastardized sense. Feel free to add to this list, contribute pictures or what have you. Misogyny Bastardized: Not accepting the princess/queen agenda. Dismantling … Continue reading

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