Weekly Words ~ The Erroneous Exoteric Ideas Were Revealed with the Esoteric Knowledge of the Sentient Soul!

Exoteric [ek-suh-ter-ik] (adjective)

  1. Suitable for a communicated to the general public.
  2. Not belonging, limited, or pertaining to the inner or select circle, as of disciples or intimates.
  3. Popular, simple, commonplace.
  4. Pertaining to the outside, exterior, external.

Esoteric [es-uh-ter-ik] (adjective)

  1. Understood by or meant for only the select few who have special knowledge or interest; recondite: poetry full of esoteric allusions.
  2. Belonging to the select few.
  3. Private, secret; confidential.
  4. (Of a philosophical doctrine or the like) intended to be revealed only to the initiates of a group: The esoteric doctrines of Pythagoras.

Erroneous [uh-roh-nee-uhs] (adjective)

  1. Containing error; mistaken; incorrect; wrong: An erroneous answer.
  2. Straying from what is moral, decent, proper, etc.

Fallacy [fal-uh-see] (noun)

Plural – fal•la•cies

  1. A deceptive, misleading, or false notion, belief, etc.
  2. A misleading or unsound argument.
  3. Deceptive, misleading, or false nature, erroneousness.
  4. Logic. Any of various types of erroneous reasoning that render arguments logically unsound.
  5. Obsolete. Deception.

Nascent [nas-uhnt] (adjective)

  1. Beginning to exist or develop: That nascent republic is holding its first election this month.
  2. Chemistry. (of an element) in the nascent state.
  3. Coming or having recently come into existence.

Sentient [sen-shuh nt -shee-uh nt -tee-uh nt] (adjective)

  1. Having the power of perception by the senses; conscious.
  2. characterized by sensation and consciousness.
  3. Having or showing realization, perception, or knowledge: Aware
  4. Finely sensitive in perception or feeling.
  5. Responsive to or conscious of sense impressions.


  1. A person or thing that is sentient.
  2. Archaic. The conscious mind.

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