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The true meaning of Sex

If I were to tell you that, contrary to what you probably believe, you are having sex almost 24 hours a day, every day, would you believe me? You’re probably shaking your head right now thinking to yourself that I’ve finally gone completely insane. Well, don’t be too quick to jump to conclusions because this post may cause you to change your mind.

Watercolor Illustration to Milton’s ”Paradise Lost” by William Blake, “Raphael Warns Adam and Eve”

Most people think that the word ‘sex’ is a synonym for having intercourse, mating or fucking, i.e. the act of a man and a woman coming together in intimacy where the man puts his penis into a woman’s vagina. But if we look at the etymology of the word ‘sex’ we find that this is not what the word really means.

The word ‘sex’ comes from the Latin word ‘sexus’ which itself derives from the word ‘secāre’ which means ‘to cut, cut off, sever, split, divide in two’. Michiel de Vaan explains:

Secus seems the more original formation, but it is strange that the older texts only know sexus. The modern meaning of sectiō ‘division’ suggests that sec/xus might derive from secāre ‘to sever’, but the morphology remains unclear: does sexus go back to an s-present *sek-s- ‘to cut up’, or was it derived from a form *sek-s- of the putative s-stem underlying secus?  Michiel de Vaan, “Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages,” Leiden, 2008

In my post “Sexual Suppression and Repression I: Definition and Origin” I mention several ancient sources that actually describe how a long time ago humankind was divided into the male and female halves that we have today. Given that knowledge we can be certain that the word ‘sex’ does indeed refer to this division among humans.

So ironically, when men and women are divided and are apart from one another (which is most of the time), that’s actually when they’re ‘having sex’. It’s only when a man and a woman come together in intimacy, that they are no longer divided and thus no longer ‘having sex’.

We see that over time, the word ‘sex’ eventually came to mean the complete opposite of what it used to mean way back in the beginning. Where it used to refer to the division of humans into men and women, it came to mean the union of men and women during intercourse. And this is on purpose.

Like I mentioned before, “for hundreds and maybe even thousands of years, people have been forced and brainwashed into accepting the opposite in order to frustrate their lives and make it easier for others to control and manipulate them.” If you want to hide the truth from people, the farthest away you can hide it is in the complete opposite direction. Doublespeak is an example of this:

Doublespeak is language that deliberately obscures, disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words. Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms (e.g. “downsizing” for layoffs and “servicing the target” for bombing), in which case it is primarily meant to make the truth sound more palatable. It may also refer to intentional ambiguity in language or to actual inversions of meaning. In such cases, doublespeak disguises the nature of the truth. Doublespeak is most closely associated with political language.

So truth becomes a lie, and lies become the truth. Good becomes evil, and evil becomes good. Beneficial information becomes harmful, and harmful information becomes beneficial. God becomes the devil, and the devil becomes God (we actually saw this in my post “Apple – The Occult Secrets behind the Brand”). Consider that if someone is able to convince you that the truth is evil and that you shouldn’t be looking at it — something we find in most religions — it becomes much more difficult for you to eventually find and realize the truth because it will require a lot of courage to go into a direction that you’re not supposed to go, especially when you can get punished for it.

If you can control the language and the meaning of words, you can control people’s minds; people’s minds can be programmed through language (just like a computer). We saw this in George Orwell’s book “Nineteen Eighty-Four” where he mentioned the concept of doublethink (which is where the above mentioned doublespeak comes from). History can be changed by simply changing the meaning of one word, fooling people into living in an alternate and fake reality.

When you do enough research, you’ll find that in many cases things aren’t what they appear to be and we find ourselves surrounded by constant deception. The word ‘sex’ is a very important case of this since it leads to the root of our suffering. It’s very important for people to come to realize the true meaning of the word ‘sex’ so that we can use it in the right contexts. This will aid in understanding the truth about what happened in our ancient past, and the way in which we’re still being manipulated and enslaved today.


  1. The true meaning of Family — Karel Donk (31/07/2019)
  2. The true meaning of Husband — Karel Donk (04/08/2019)
  3. The Slave Plantation of Eden — Karel Donk (18/12/2019)
  4. Sexual Suppression And Repression II: The Human Battery — Karel Donk (03/11/2020)
  5. Confessions of a Medical Heretic — Karel Donk (19/05/2021)


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