Creating the words that mean something. There has been so much talk lately about what certain words mean. While all words can be traced back to an origin, a language, a people and a particular "consciousness" among those people- essentially all words are names we associate with elements within our reality. Words are also codes. Slang and even "Ebonics" as it is spoken by African people all around the world are not just ways we speak and communicate normal information, but ways by which we "hide" the truth of what we are speaking about from those outside of our culture. The same is true with any Military on the planet. So it can be said that Ebonics or even "street slang" is a "Military" language or code among African people. If this is true, it suggests that just because you can look up the origin of a word does not mean that is what this word represented within "the consciousness" of the people that used it. Because the truth of many words can also be "occult" and hidden from normal minds. Now you have highly educated Blacks who will disagree. They themselves have fallen for the attitudes and brainwashing of Whites in Academia that see hidden African languages as a threat to their order and structure. This does not at all suggest that words should not be decoded and studied based on their original meaning. But it does suggest that the consciousness and inventor of the word is more important than the word itself. Not all words are kept alive within a cultural lexicon. There are words in the English language for example that we will never use because they do not communicate anything we can associate with. Many of us don't hate the N-word because of it's original meaning and power, but we hate it because of what that word is associated with within the cultural lexicon of Whites. But in order to understand these concepts more in detail, some real-life action must be put into place. How do you invent a word? Naturally if you were going to "invent" a word is would be based within the language you speak, but it would be something new and improved. ironically so-far African people are the only ones that have been inventing words to which no one can give us the credit unless we do for ourselves. It's mathematics. We have the capability to invent words because we create words to hide the truth from those who wish to investigate us, ease drop, and even for those who wish to persecute us based upon what we say and the information we deliver to each other. This was the same mathematics of the talking drum. Unknown to most, words have always been introduced into the cultural lexicon by writers, speakers, artists, poets, etc., those who have the finger of the collective psyche of the youth. Without understanding this we will fail to comprehend that the true origin of words is meaningless if it does not capture the minds that will continue to use them for generations to come. Invented words: Serendipity - The faculty for making desirable discoveries by accident. English novelist Horace Walpole (1717-1797) so named a faculty possessed by the three heroes of his story The Three Princes of Serendip. Pandemonium - Wild lawlessness, tumult, or chaos. Invented by the English poet John Milton (1608-1674) for the capital of hell, Pandaemonium. Quiz - Short test. The tale may be apocryphal, but it's said that Dublin theater manager James Daly (late 18th century) bet that he could invent and introduce a new meaningless word into the language almost overnight. He proceeded to pay Dublin urchins to chalk the word quiz on every wall in town. By morning all Dubliners had seen the word, and because no one knew what it meant, the meaningless "quiz" soon became the word for a test of knowledge. The great irony of course is that all words are invented, any good writer could design a word, what really matters is how this word is captured and kept alive within the cultural lexicon. And IF that word is kept alive, the reason has to be because the word transfers the right amount of information and intent. So inventing a word is no different than inventing a Car. It's not a car if noone can drive it and use it to serve them. Therefore it is not invented at all if it does not serve the collective. It's just an idea. The youth control the evolution of all languages. Invented words from the youth: Greenage: a green colour Tracli : animals that climb or live in trees Bool : boring, but cool Delimbia: an unknown planet Annoyzgonzola : someone who is annoying but you don’t know how to tell them Hockle doodle doo: a really bad dancer Cakeacola : cake with coke in it, or coke with cake in it Hogglewoggle: a pig in a blanket Abbracigiggles: someone on a bike who wears braces but instead of tyres they are pogo sticks Chesstick: a person who loves chess Mummarola: mum turning the TV off on your favourite part Zuny – a printer that does not work Nert – an out in baseball when you do it with three foul balls Malawool – a law that has to do with wool Sapatum – when somebody is so excited about what they are doing and they start to go crazy and break things. My friend had a sapatum when we were playing our first soccer game in our team. Panoranoia – a panoranmic paranoia. In the classroom there was panoranoia. Emoke – see something that no one saw before Mowan – an extremely crazy person Mowanotang – a cross between a mowan (see above) and an orangutan. You are a mowan/mowanotang Antibiblious — Against books. Bidana - a pink fruit with blue and magenta stripes. Blizzle - Lots of homework. Cloony: The act of being a kook. Not knowing anything. Cowcalama: Loving cows more than anything in the whole wide world. Fugiggling — The act of laughing for no reason. Healcar- A type of medicine. Herveing — To run really fast and trip and get hurt Ronnoco- [noun] People that dislike Barry Bonds. Slcunk: Something that smells. Skuzzbombs: The act of expressing anger in a humourous way without swearing. Snackdidle- A food that you can eat a lot of Tigwig — A poisonous blue beetle. Unartle- Someone who does not do art. Xly - A dish of pancakes, eggs, waffles, and lobster. Zwig- An orange ostrich, wearing a pink tutu and eating a frozen mash potato TV dinner.