Semiotic Language is the interpretation of the occurrence of what happens, concerning any or all elements of any given circumstance or event, as communication from some form of spiritual agency, which can be evident to the senses of the individual in any place, location or time. This means that the things that happen in reality, such as the rare arrival of a bird on the deck rail, which coincides with the need for this example, or the sudden sound of a distant siren, which accentuates something that one has just thought, said or done, is interpreted as communication, comment and dialog from spiritual agencies. This kind of event is defined as
Semiotic Language can be classified as serving any number of purposes, which is limited here to the substantiation of spiritual agencies, the obtaining of knowledge, foretelling the future and divining the unknown.
Substantiation is the confirmation as some degree of confidence that spiritual agencies exist, and can be manifest as what happens in any given present circumstance. This conclusion can have affects which can be both detrimental and beneficial, and may effect different people different ways, depending upon the culture and education of the individual.
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Religious Materialism considers spiritual existence to belong to the domain of other dimensions or planes, Semiotic Language may be considered from this point of view, as associated variously with evil, dark magic, ghosts or paranormal mischief. This perspective may consider the experience of such things to be evil-sorcery and witch craft, or in secular terms as suffering from mental and emotional disorders. In either case there can exist a certain danger of interference to the individual from these prejudices depending upon the company one keeps.
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