Definition: To control the mind
If people learned how to control their own mind, it would negate the opportunity for an external government. The absence of government is anarchy, not autonomy and not chaos.
Etiomology of Government
Latin verb: “to control”
Latin noun: “mind”
The etymological origin of the English suffix – ment is often debated, yet it is overwhelmingly clear that those who created the English language deliberately chose mens, the Latin word for “mind,” to mean “the state of” or “the condition of,” in direct keeping with the First Principle of Natural Law, the Principle of Mentalism, which demonstrates that in order for any particular thing, event, circumstance, state or condition to exist as it currently does in our manifested reality (the Plane of Effects), it must first have existed in mind (the Plane of causality).
Music: Time (harmony)
Geometry: Space (proportion)
Astronomy: Motion (Rhythm)
One of the most basic Laws in Natural Law
How our reality is built.
Grammar (knowledge, input): asks/answers what (who, where, & when) questions
Logic (understanding, processor): asks/answers why questions
Rhetoric (wisdom, output): asks/answers how questions
Government Means Mind Control
The etymological origin of the English suffix –ment is often debated, yet it is overwhelmingly clear that those who created the English language deliberately chose mens, the Latin word for “mind,” to mean “the state of” or “the condition of.”
The word “government” literally means: mind control.