VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
The major part of this book is taken from what had been published inside EVERIPEDIA on a page on Feudal languages.
So the writing here might be seen in the third person narrative form.
Later this text was reposted in VICTORIA Encyclopaedia inside Telegram.
A lot of gun violence and other violence that has happened in native-English nations can be very directly connected to some trigger that has been set off by feudal language verbal codes.
Feudal language usages do affect the eye language, body postures, body language, facial demeanour and such other things in ways which cannot be imagined in English.
For instance, when a person is addressed with reverence as Saar, Saab, Aap, Thangal, Ungal &c. (all higher level You), there is a very specific eye-language that can be felt. The eyes radiate a feeling that is quite nice to receive.
However, when the words for You is the pejorative form (Thoo, Nee &c.), the eye-language changes to a very carnivorous form.
Here again, the carnivorous nature becomes very sharp and piercing, when this addressing is done by someone who is from the lower grade social stature.
However, in the case of the native-English individuals, they will sense the radiation of some very uncanny piercing in the eyes of the other person.
There is no defence against this, other than not being in the presence of the other man.
However, in a social system where many persons are connected to each other, even if the pejorative form of verbal usages are used when the targeted person is not physically present, it would slowly affect him or her in the form of some uncanny depreciation of mental and physical energy.
How this can happen will require a more detailed writing.