How to Make the Government Your Friendly Servant Using the Power of Words



This is an article that I wrote for the public. It was first published on under the title “How to Make the Government Your Friend and Servant”. Below is the updated version of the article.

By Pao Chang, author of and

Many people believe that the government is out of control and wants to take away their rights and freedom. There is some truth to this belief but like any belief it can be changed using the power of words. The right words can plant an idea in the mind, allowing it to grow into a new belief.

What most people do not know about words is that they can be used to reprogram their subconscious minds which are the main processors of their realities; therefore, as people’s subconscious minds are reprogrammed with new words and ideas, their realities change according to their new beliefs.

A new belief is like a new computer program. When a new computer program is installed on a computer, depending on the codes and commands of that program, it can significantly change the way the computer operates. Some computer programs can even take control of the operating system of a computer.

The subconscious mind works similar to a computer and words are like the symbols of a computer language. Most, if not all, computer languages are made up of the symbols on a regular keyboard which are the same symbols that people use to write sentences, letters, and writs. Keep in mind that a writ is a formal letter that is used to command a subject to do something.

In other words, the symbols that are used to write sentences, letters, and writs are the same symbols found in the commands of a computer program. These symbols can be used to reprogram and command the subconscious mind, changing its belief and strengthening its power; however, they can also be used to weaken its power.


How to Make the Government Your Friendly Servant

To innerstand how to make the government your friend and servant, it is important to know what the government is on a deeper level. To acquire the knowledge to innerstand the government more deeply, one of the first things you need to do is decipher the word government to find its secret meaning. By doing this, you will acquire important information to help you innerstand the government on a deeper level.

The word government is made up of the word “govern” and the suffix “-ment”. According to, the suffix -ment means, “Forming nouns expressing the means or result of an action”. This suffix (-ment) is derived from the Latin suffix -mentum. However, the Latin word mentum comes from the PIE root *men-, meaning “to think” or “to project”. The Latin word mens, meaning “mind”, also comes from the PIE root *men-. Words that are derived from the PIE root *men- are related to qualities and states of mind or thought.

The next word that you need to decipher is govern which etymologically means “to direct, rule, guide, govern”. Based on the definitions in this section of this article, the word government means “to direct, rule, guide, and govern the mind”, and therefore it can be defined as “to rule and govern the mind”.

All governments were created by man to direct, rule, guide, and govern the actions and thoughts of man, individually and collectively. They exist for the purpose of serving man which is why government agents are known as public servants. Keep in mind that the word “man” herein refers to “male” and “female”.

It is important to know that the source of power for the government is man. This is because the government is a creature of our minds and is manifested through the power of our collective thoughts. In other words, the government is a thought-form entity created by our collective mind. Hence the saying, “the government is a reflection of the people”. Because the government is a reflection of the people, when the government becomes irresponsible, it is because of the people’s irresponsible thoughts and actions. The government gets its power from the people; therefore, it is the people’s responsibility to make sure that the government is honorably and responsibly serving the people. If you want the government to be responsible and honorable, YOU need to first be responsible and honorable.

A misconception that most people have about the government is that they believe it is a real or living entity. In reality, there is NO government that is real or living because there is no living man or woman who is the government itself. There are only men and women actingas agents for the government. All governments are concepts that exist in people’s minds and therefore are not real or living. The word real means “being an actual thing; having objective existence; not imaginary”. Remember, “the government is a thought-form entity created by our collective mind”. Because of this, it is not real or living.

Another misconception that most people have about the government is that they believe it is superior to man. All governments are not above man because God gave man dominion over all the earth. Furthermore, God created man in His own image, thereby making man sacred and a reflection of God. The evidence that God gave man dominion over all the earth and every man is a reflection of God can be found in Genesis 1:26-27 of the Bible. The word dominion means “the power or right of governing and controlling; sovereign authority”. Black’s Law Dictionary (sixth edition) defines the word dominion as:

Generally accepted definition of “dominion” is perfect control in right of ownership. The word implies both title and possession and appears to require a complete retention of control over disposition. …

Sovereignty; as the dominion of the seas or over a territory.

Even though man was given dominion over all the earth, his dominion is being held in abeyance because he has forgotten who he really is and his true God, causing him to worship false gods and temporarily surrender his kingdom of God to these false gods. One of the ways that man is tricked to temporarily surrender his kingdom of God is through the act of pledging allegiance to a flag. Through this act, man unknowingly accept that the flag that he pledges his allegiance to is his master. When a man pledges his allegiance to a flag (an inanimate object) and worships it, he commits idolatry.

The act of pledging allegiance to a government and worshiping it is also idolatry. The keywords in the previous sentence are pledging and worshiping. The word pledgemeans, “a solemn promise or agreement to do or refrain from doing something”. Pledging allegiance is an ancient feudal act subjecting the pledger to a government, monarch, or sovereign. Because of this, when a man pledges his allegiance to a government, he temporarily surrenders his sovereignty (dominion) to that government.

The word worship means, “The feeling or expression of reverence and adoration for a deity”. A deity is a god or goddess and is also known as an idol, meaning “an image or other material object representing a deity to which religious worship is addressed” (bold emphasis added). Therefore, worshiping an object (e.g., flag) or thought-form entity (e.g., the government) is idolatry, meaning “the worship of idols”.

4 “You shall not make for yourself a carved image—any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; 5you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, 6 but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments. [Exodus 20:4-6 (NKJV)]

26 ‘You shall not make idols for yourselves; neither a carved image nor a sacred pillar shall you rear up for yourselves; nor shall you set up an engraved stone in your land, to bow down to it; for I am the Lord your God. [Leviticus 26:1 (NKJV)]

Why Words Are the Keys to Making the Government Your Friend and Servant

To make the government your friend and servant, one of the most important skills you have to learn is using the right words to exercise your natural rights. Your words create your reality, and therefore it is important that you know how to use words wisely.

For example, when you say these words, “I am a citizen of the United States”, in law, you are no longer a man and therefore have no natural rights (God-given rights). As a citizen, the rights that you have are the rights given to you by the government, which are artificial rights. Keep in mind that accepting citizenship status does not mean that you cannot restore your natural status as a man. Furthermore, you do not have to act as a citizen all the time. In other words, when you know how to use words wisely, you can choose to act as a citizen or a man whenever you want.

All citizens are subjects of the government and therefore can be labeled as a slave. Converting citizens into slaves often occurs when the government becomes tyrannical and redefines citizens as slaves. Black’s Law Dictionary (sixth edition) defines the word citizenusing these exact words:

“Citizens” are members of a political community who, in their associated capacity, have established or submitted themselves to the dominion of a government for the promotion of their general welfare and the protection of their individual as well as collective rights.

When a man submits himself to the dominion of a government, he agrees that the government is his superior or master. By doing this, he surrenders his dominion to the government and therefore also surrenders his kingdom of God. The good news is that a man can always claim back his dominion and kingdom of God, as long as he knows how to be a sovereign and exercise his natural rights.

When you know how to exercise your natural rights and be sovereign and responsible, you become the true ruler and governor of the government. In other words, you become the true “ruler and governor of your mind”. This is the esoteric and secret meaning of government. Remember, the word government secretly means “to rule and govern the mind”. Once you have achieved this state of responsibility and sovereignty, the government becomes your friendly servant; therefore, you have tamed the beast and it is no longer your master. This means that you no longer serve two masters.

24 No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. [Matthew 6:24 (KJV)]

To effectively exercise your natural rights, you have to know how to use words wisely. Furthermore, it is important that you know how to decipher words and their definitions. Deciphering words can be challenging but with proper knowledge and training you will able to decipher words like an expert. To learn how to decipher words and use them wisely, read my book Word Magic and watch my videos on YouTube. Below is one of my videos that teaches about the power of words.


If you live in a country where Christianity is the official religion, the most powerful law book that is publicly available for you to use to exercise your natural rights (God-given rights) is the Bible. In the United States, Congress even passed a public law declaring that the Bible is “the Word of God”. This public law is called Public Law 97-280, also known as Joint Resolution of Oct. 4, 1982, Pub. L. No. 97-280, 96 Stat. 1211 (1982).

To learn more about Public Law 97-280, watch my video Congress Declares the Bible the Word of God and read my article The Secret Meaning of Bible: Did You Know Congress Declared the Bible “the Word of God”? Please be informed that the article thereof is a private article so you need to be a member of to read it.

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