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Adam

puns with “disguise”

Bible names

are often puns

Bible texts

are often veiled parables about secret rulership

Celtic

was also used for puns

Chinese

is a language and script particularly suited for puns

Egyptian

was an imperial language similar to Semitic, and also used for puns

English

is still used for puns

Esther

is an often-used and very important pun

Genesis

is about the genesis of spookery

German

is still used for puns

Greek

was an imperial language, and used for puns

Latin

was an imperial language, and used for puns

Levi

puns with “banking” & “mockery”

Noah

and his story explain the “need” for spookery

Norwegian

Persian

was an imperial language, used for some puns that are still used today

Samson

and his story are about strength through spookery

Sanskrit

was an imperial language, and used for puns

Semitic

languages were used to administrate official & secret empires, and for puns

Slavic

is still used for puns

Sumerian

was an imperial language, and used for puns

Turkish

was an imperial language, used for some puns that are still used today

castro

means “palace” and other things

disclaimers

where I assure you I don’t want to offend anyone

divine names

are often puns

fake jobs

are puns used to mask aristocratic heritage

festivals

can have punny names

help

on how to use this website

hidden rulers

exist, and they’re constantly joking about it

hoax markers

mark hoaxes through puns & numerology

horses

are often Greek puns

interlinear

texts where you can read the puns word-by-word

intros

to the topics of this site

lists

of punny names

mythical creatures

are all named for what they are, and were created from puns

numerology

is a way to encode secret words

phoenix

is the pun that explains Ancient Phoenicia

puns

are used by the spook aristocrats to encrypt their identity

recommended

articles

spook enemies

pun with things like “truth” or “detection”

spook laws

are disguised as religious laws

spook names

often pun with ancient aristocratic titles

word roots

can give away secret meanings of words