New World Order

The atheism of the New World Order can be found in the perverted description of common law used by the civil state.

According to William Whitaker's dictionary, "ANNUIT COEPTIS NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM" is translated as follows: designate w/nod, nod assent; indicate, declare; favor/smile on; agree to, grant begun, started, commenced; undertaken; new, fresh, young; unusual, extraordinary; (novae res, f. pl. = revolution);
ordo: row, order/rank; succession; series; class; bank (oars); order (of monks) (Bee)
secul.orum: world/universe; secular/temporal/earthly/worldly affairs/cares/temptation;

If the plural form of seclorum is ignored, then the translations "new world order" and "new secular order" are both reasonable, using the single modification of secl to the Late Latin root secul. An alternate modification gives the root saecl:

saecl.orum: age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century;

Two modifications give the root saecul, which combines the meanings of the two previous roots:

saecul.orum: age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century; time; past/present/future (Plater); [in ~ => forever]; worldiness; the_world; heathenism;

The etymology of 'secular' mentions the Late Latin meaning, but with common form of the Latin root.

secular (adj.)late 13c., "living in the world, not belonging to a religious order," also "belonging to the state," from Old French seculer, from Late Latin saecularis "worldly, secular," from Latin saecularis "of an age, occurring once in an age," from saeculum "age, span of time, generation," probably originally cognate with words for "seed," from PIE root *se(i)- "to sow" (cf. Gothic mana-seþs "mankind, world," literally "seed of men").

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Regarding "novus ordo seclorum", Charles Thomson explained it as: "the words ... signify the beginning of the new American Æra

Thompson's description of what the words signify differs from what they mean becuase of the plural form of 'seclorum'. Consistent with this, the meaning of 'ordo' implies a multiplicity of things, which reduces the number of interpretations which make sense. The interpretation of "new order of worlds" fails, along with "new order of ages". But "new order of secular affairs" is both meaningful and a natural interpretation of Late Latin.

The corrupted meaning of common law used by Wikipedia is atheistic in nature.

corrupt (v.) mid-14c., “contaminate, impair the purity of,” from Latin corruptus, past participle of corrumpere (see corrupt (adj.)). Late 14c. as “pervert the meaning of,” also “putrefy.” Related: Corrupted; corrupting.

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pervert (v.) c.1300 (transitive), “to turn someone aside from a right religious belief to a false or erroneous one,” from Old French pervertir “pervert, undo, destroy” (12c.) and directly from Latin pervertere “overthrow, overturn,” figuratively “to corrupt, subvert, abuse,” literally “turn the wrong way, turn about,” from per- “away” (see per) + vertere “to turn” (see versus).

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Common law, also known as case law or precedent, is law developed by judges through decisions of courts and similar tribunals.

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Alfred … established a code of laws that later became the basis of English Common Law.

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The Doom Book, Code of Alfred or Legal Code of Aelfred the Great was the code of laws (“dooms”, laws or judgments) compiled by Alfred the Great (c. 893 AD) from three prior Saxon codes, to which he prefixed the Ten Commandments of Moses and incorporated rules of life from the Mosaic Code and the Christian code of ethics.

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