Apocalypse is synonymous with destruction.

A·poc·a·lypse

By Trina Otero

When the word “apocalypse” is mentioned or thought of…people think of this:

Apocalypse is synonymous with destruction.

And this:

But have you searched for the root of the word? I love etymology, which is the study of the origins of words. The etymology of “apocalypse” shows this word derived from the Greek word “apokalyptein,” which means “to uncover, to reveal.” For some reason, the English word apocalypse is synonymous with destruction, death, the end of the world…More than likely because “the Christian end-of-the-world story is part of the revelation in John of Patmos’ book “Apokalypsis” (a title rendered into English as “Apocalypse” c.1230 and “Revelations” by Wyclif c.1380).” Source: Etymonline.com

The etymology of the word apocalypse.

So, technically, apocalypse means “to reveal.” Everyone, this word means to lift the veil of illusions. To uncover the Truth. To awaken.

Do you want lies or do you want to discover the Truth?

Would you like to lift the veil of illusions?

Would you like to see Truth? What is kept hidden from you by your government, your religious institutions, your educational systems…Would you like to see the spiritual and mystical Truth that has been hidden from you?

Then wake up. Open your eyes. Open your ears. Open your hearts. Awaken your spirit. Research. Ask questions. Dig for answers. Speak up. Connect with others. Step out of the matrix. This is The Great Unveiling. This is the true meaning of apocalypse.

Namaste,

T.O.

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2 thoughts on “A·poc·a·lypse

    • akosmopolite says:

      Jajaj! You know what Sis, when I first heard this song I smiled. I smiled and I said inside, “finally, someone is saying something in a massive way.” I knew right away what the song meant. Yet no one spoke out loud about the lyrics…they just sang along to it…..but I know. And others, like yourself, know too. It speaks to our souls. ❤

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