the revealing of the origins of language: all language has the same origin.
metymology is the revealing of the true origins rather than the part guesswork, part probability we call etymology.
when communicating on complex topics, it is usually necessary to clarify what exactly the definitions are of the keywords involved. we all have different definitions of what exactly 'evil' is. if we disagree on what evil is, then there is not much point in talking about it as a group. in my experience and understanding, evil is in essence along the lines of 'that which can cause, does cause and/or has caused destruction/devaluation/exploitation/harm/rejection of that which is sacred, nurturing, balancing, caring and/or innocent.'
as an example, someone who deliberately poisons water that feeds a village that results in killing children - is acting out/on evil impulse. in some cases evil manifests consciously (e.g. done deliberately) and in some cases it manifests unconsciously, where the ones involved have not though/felt deeply enough into the situation to realise their involvement with the presence of evil intent/thought/action. e.g. some supporters of psychopathic regimes who killed millions - genuinely beLIEved that what they were doing was 'for the good' - whereas those who are more open to holistic truth understand and know the presence of evil there.
do you agree with that general definition of evil?
oh ok, i didn't know that. that is a characteristically blatant change from the alleged 'communists'! (noting that real communism has never been enacted since it has only been a corrupted version).
at one point, marty leeds and i appeared to be the only people on the web even thinking about gematria in relation to english, so i have had a few conversations with him in the past. my perspective is quite similar to his in a lot of ways, with some key differences - largely as a result of ruow. for example, here is my page about the word 'namaste': https://www.ureka.org/thoughts/view/3341/the-denied-meaning-of-namaste
yes, that is a major issue. we are using the 'software' of language in our 'wetware' (brain) without even considering the programs we are running! a lot of that has to do with conforming to consensus reality to attempt to get accepted and 'get ahead'. this is part of why i have met significant resistance and abuse from some people online when i even suggest that language needs to evolve.. they have literally no concept that all words have been created and for us to stop thinking creatively with words is to allow part of life to die!