vegetarian = ate in grave
vegetarianism = Grains vie meat
Narcissism = Man's crisis
Television programming = Permeating living rooms
Quote by Vonnegut:
Just because some of us can read and write and do a little math, that doesn't mean we deserve to conquer the universe. =
A masquerade can cover a sense of what is real to deceive us; to be unjaded and not lost, we must, then, determine truth.
There are also some which are surprisingly telling about the eventual fate of the given persons:
Princess Diana = end is a car spin
Princess Diana = ascend in paris
Madam Curie = Radium came
Clint Eastwood = Old West Action
According to what I've read, the search for meanings in diagrams was practiced in Classical Greece. Pythagoras, Plato, and, I assume through Aristoteles, Alexander the Great come to mind. Pythagoras is the most interesting link for me, considering that he was likely exposed to many mystery schools during his travels.
Perhaps Anagrams are mere coincidences. Perhaps there is indeed more to them than a play of words and letters. A kind of numerology? The C's have said that the architects of your languages left clues aplenty.
Now it is apparent that most Anagram work has been done using the modern English language. That is a pity, considering that someone who grew up with the more ancient languages(like ancient Persian and rg vedic Sanskrit or their mutual proto-Sanskrit predecessor could, via contemplation and intuition, find many more clues. At least that's what I assume.
For some strange reason, English has greatly faciliated my awarenesss of "green language" and anagrams, which I struggle to find in my own mother tongue(German)