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your conscience is the part of your mind that tells you whether what you are doing is right or wrong:.Romans 13:10; if you have a guilty conscience, you feel guilty about something because you knew it was wrong; if you have a clear conscience, you do not feel guilty because you know you have done nothing wrong; a moral or ethical.aspect to one's conduct together with the urge to prefer that which does no harm to anyone, over that which may do harm to you or to others (let your conscience be your guide.{?}); one's sense of ethical direction that is inside of us which judges the ethical nature of our actions and thoughts; your conscience is the part of your mind that tells you whether what you are doing is of benefit to yourself and/or others or not; if you have a guilty conscience, you feel guilty about something because you know it was wrong and if you have a clear conscience, you do not feel guilty because you know you have done nothing wrong; the awareness of comfort or discomfort one feels in the body over something of concern the consciousness of anything (what a person is conscious of at any given moment)

guided by or in accordance with the dictates of conscience; principled; thorough and assiduous-(a conscientious worker; a conscientious effort to comply with the regulations)
conscientious objector.noun,.plural.conscientious objectors
one who objects to the imposition of things against his conscience; one who on the basis of religious or moral principles refuses.compliance with edicts not believed to be in the best interests of loving people (people avoid vaccinations once they learn about them); philosophical or political reasons are acceptable grounds for conscientious objections

consecrate, consecrated, consecrating, consecrates.transitive verbs
dedicated to the wholeness of spirituality; to be spiritual minded and thus, being set apart from not being spiritually minded; to make or declare sacred; (made righteous by the gift of righteousness); to engage in a spiritual purpose with or as if with solemnity and dedication (worship.the Creator); the devoting or setting apart of anything to the worship of God (she devoted herself to what God is as she understood God to be, which to her was aligning in her mind with the higher consciousness thinking); to induct.(a person) into a permanent spiritual office
dedicated to a sacred purpose such as making whole those who may not be:.Job 5:18; sanctified
consecrative, consecratory.adjectives
synonym.sacred, devote
the act, process or ceremony of consecrating; the state of being consecrated

following one after another without interruption; successive (was absent on three consecutive days; won five consecutive games on the road); marked by logical sequence

consent, consented, consenting, consents.intransitive verbs
to give assent; involves the will or feelings and indicates compliance with what is requested or desired (consented to their daughter's going) 
synonym.subscribe.implies not only consent or assent but hearty approval and active support (subscribes wholeheartedly to the idea) 
as a-noun-an act of assenting; acquiescence, agreement

involving the agreement of all or most people in a group; of or expressing a consensus (a consensual decision); in law, existing or entered into by mutual consent without formalization by document or ceremony (a consensual agreement); involving the willing participation of both persons or all parties to the agreement

following as a natural effect, result or conclusion (tried to prevent an oil spill and the consequent damage to wildlife); following as a logical conclusion; logically correct or consistent
as a result; therefore

a result; to follow after; effect
following as an effect, result or conclusion; consequent; having important consequences; significant

in a right triangle, the ratio of the length of the side adjacent to an acute angle to the length of the hypotenuse; the abscissa at the endpoint of an arc of a unit circle centered at the origin of a Cartesian coordinate system, the arc being of length x and measured counterclockwise from the point (1, 0) if x is positive or clockwise if x is negative

consist, consisted, consisting, consists.intransitive verbs
made up of; something that consists of particular things or people is formed from them (breakfast consisted of porridge served with butter)

easy to see or perceive; readily.evident; noticeable; obvious; remarkable; striking; attracting attention by being unexpected, unusual or outstanding

conspiracy theorist.noun,.plural.conspiracy theorists
a label branded upon someone by another preferring avoidance of truthful answers to honest questions, such as questions on vaccines, other matters of health, geopolitical events, economic and societal trends, where such answers would involve the products of selfish and secret plots for hurtful purposes, so instead, slap a label on those with information one hasn't looked into but espouses a firm opinion about, so the information can be dismissed and their living with delusion carry on

conspiracy theory.noun,.plural.conspiracy theories
a conspiracy theory is a belief that a group of people, such as the cabal, are secretly trying to harm someone or all humanity (and they are) or achieve something nefarious, which is their intention 

Many people dismiss any facts on such things, as being unlikely and so therefor use the term conspiracy theory or conspiracy theorist (there still exists a conspiracy theory about why JFK was assassinated and the why and the who is now known); a conspiracy theory is a theory seeking to explain a disputed.case or matter as a plot by a secret group rather than an individual or isolated.act

a usually hidden and secretive collusive agreement, connived to perform an illegal, wrongful or subversive act always to harm another or others in some way and usually, in the case where individual rights are concerned, by making policies and laws enforceable upon, yet inimical to, individuals' best interest and all usually done in order to eradicate free will and choice of individuals to the advantage of conspirators, that of, control by the few over the many (communism, et al.; the conspiracy regarding inflation); conspirators' concerns involve instituting controls on a populace by means of policies (they.know what's 'right' for you; perhaps the biggest conspiracy is to believe that there is no real conspiracy:.Revelation 12:9); small groups of people like corporate boards of directors and governments do meet to avoid transparency in closed rooms hidden from public scrutiny and plan to how best to maximize profit and goals and if they knowingly make plans that hurt others, violate laws, undermine ethics or show favoritism to friends, they are involved in a conspiracy and if those plans are inimical to best ways of good for others by government, then they are treasonous.

"A conspiracy is nothing but a secret agreement of a number of men for the pursuance of policies which they dare not admit in public."....Mark Twain; the lack, twisting and/or destruction and hiding of evidence is proof that a conspiracy of harm has been working, example being, the satanic.ancient to today well hidden, overall world controlling conspiracy to eradicate humanity; another, men fight for freedom, then laws are enacted with corrupt politicians being told what to do in order to subtly take away anything good that was to be gained; other localized ancient conspiracies:.1, 2; and Global Research on conspiracies

A lack of complete evidence is proof that a conspiracy is working. Is that why investigative reporters (1, 2, and so many other good reporters all over the world) are now a misnomer?."The responsibility of the writer as a moral agent is to try to bring the truth about matters of human significance to an audience that can do something about them."....Noam Chomsky Ph.D..Men fight for freedom and laws are enacted by corrupt politicians to take it away from them. Brothers to conspiracies are disinformation and lack of transparency.

"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle (why would this be?). We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It is simply too painful to acknowledge.(such as), even to ourselves, that we've been so credulous."....Carl Sagan.

."Critical thinking and accurate, transparent investigative research is needed to counter the emotional fraud and propaganda of speculative ideas, fear mongering and groupthink."....Peter Phillips, Professor of Sociology at Sonoma State University, President of Media Freedom Foundation, Board member for 911truth.org and recent past director of Project Censored, his article was presented at the 9/11 Truth Film Festival Oakland Grand Lake Theater, September 10, 2009.
Law: in law, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal, illegal or unlawful purpose through actions, whether legal, illegal and/or unlawful; a joining or acting together, as if by sinister design (a conspiracy of wind and tide that devastated coastal areas)

one that engages in a conspiracy

of, relating to or characteristic of conspirators or a conspiracy (a conspiratorial act; a conspiratorial smile)

conspire, conspired, conspiring, conspires.verbs
transitive verb senses-plot, contrive
intransitive verb senses-to plan together secretly to commit an illegal or wrongful act or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal and/or unethical action; to join in a secret agreement to do an unlawful or wrongful act or an act which becomes unlawful as a result of the secret agreement; scheme; to act in harmony toward a common end (circumstances conspired to defeat his efforts)

continually.occurring; persistent; unchanging in nature, value or extent; invariable; steadfast in purpose, loyalty.or.affection; faithful; you use constant to describe something that happens all the time or is always there and doesn't change (the Creator's love is constant)
something that is unchanging or invariable; if an amount or level is constant, it stays the same over a particular period of time (the average speed of the winds remained constant); a constant is a thing or value that always stays the same (in the world of fashion and music it sometimes seems that the only constant is ceaseless change); a quantity.assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context; an experimental or theoretical condition, factor or quantity that does not vary or that is regarded as invariant in specified circumstances (inflation is a constant unnecessary threat to progress)

the condition or quality of being constant; changeless; steadfastness, as in purpose or affection; faithfulness

a constellation is one of the 88 areas into which the sky is divided for the purpose of identifying and naming celestial (of the heavens; of the sky) objects

a constituent of a mixture, substance or system is one of the things from which it is formed (phosphoric acid is a constituent of drinks); necessary in the formation of the whole; component (a constituent element; one of the constituent parts in the machine broke); also, constituent is someone who lives in a particular constituency, especially someone who is able to vote in an election; the people have power to elect and designate; only the people are able to make or amenda constitution (a constituent assembly); serving as part of a whole
a constituent part; a component; element; one that authorizes another to act as a representative; a resident of a district or member of a group represented by an elected official

the body of voters represented by a person they elect to carry out the majority will of the people; the district electors reside in who elected the person the majority wished to be elected

constitute, constituted, constituting, constitutes.transitive verbs
compose; to form of elements, material, etc.; to be the elements or parts of; compose (correct grammar and sentence structure do not in themselves constitute good writing); to set up or establish according to law or provision.(a body that is duly constituted under the charter); to set up; establish; form; to amount to; equal (kindness is equal to forgiveness); comprise; to found (an institution, for example); to enact (a law or regulation); to appoint to an office, dignity, function or task; designate
constituter or constitutor.noun

constitution.noun, plural.constitutions
the physical makeup of the individual comprising.inherited qualities (born with a strong constitution); the act or process of composing, setting up or establishing; the composition or structure of something; makeup
Political:.in politics, the system of fundamental laws and principles that prescribes the nature, functions and limits of a government or another institution; the document on which such a system is recorded (example, the Constitution of the United States of America; the invalid constitution of Canada)
of or relating to a constitution (a constitutional amendment) consistent with, sanctioned by or permissible according to a constitution (a law that was declared constitutional by the court; the constitutional right of free speech); established by or operating under a constitution (a constitutional government); inherent; of or relating to one's physical makeup

constrain, constrained, constraining, constrains.transitive verbs
if something constrains you it is pressing upon you from all sides keeping you together in wholeness; to constrain someone or something also means to limit their development or force them to behave in a particular way (women are often constrained by family commitments); a 'holding beside' in the Greek; to compel by physical, moral or circumstantialforce; the state of being restricted or confined within prescribed.bounds (soon tired of the constrain of having to drive the long distance to get to work each day); oblige; to hold in close bounds; hold together; to force into; compel; to dictate the action or thought of others usually by first creating something to fear; to get or produce by force or strain; to compel by physical and/or psychological force (the stupid doctor kept trying to convince us on the value of vaccinations but I personally knew proven scientific information to the contrary); oblige (felt constrained to object); to keep within close bounds; confine (a life constrained by ridiculous rules); to inhibit or restrain; hold back (constraining people by debt and growth of taxation keeps them in slavery.status)

the state of being restricted or confined within prescribed bounds (could not attend due to time constraints of the job; soon tired of the constraint of military life); one that restricts, limits or regulates; confinement; restriction; a chastising; the threat or use of force to prevent, restrict or dictate the action or thought of others as in totalitarian governing; a check (ignored moral constraint in his pursuit of success); embarrassed reserve or reticence; awkwardness (finally all constraint had vanished between the two and they began to talk)

constrict, constricted, constricting, constricts.verbs
transitive verb use-to make smaller or narrower by binding or squeezing; to squeeze or compress; contract; to restrict the scope or freedom of; cramp (lives constricted by poverty; persons with constricted personalities are generally very selfish)
intransitive verb use-to become constricted
constriction.noun, plural.constrictions
the act or process of constricting; constrictions are rules or factors which limit what you can do and prevent you from doing what you want to do (I hated the constrictions of school); the condition or result of being constricted; something that constricts; a feeling of tightness or pressure (fear can cause a sudden constriction in the chest); if something is constricted or if it constricts, something has caused it to become narrower (a constricted or narrow channel in the river; the road constricts to two lanes at the tunnel entrance)

cult.noun, plural.cults
cult is used to describe things that are very popular or fashionable among a particular group of people and mostly to their exclusive.advantage; (sects enforcing compliance of dictatorial policies inimical to people apart from those contriving the policies); a health cult is a nonscientific method or regimen having exclusive power in curing a particular disease (the medical establishment is a cult when it ostracizes doctors who reach out for proven established treatments that cure people without the cut, burn and poison philosophy.conventional medical treatments often provide); a religion or religious sect generally considered to be extremist as the ancient Pharisees and their ilk were, with its followers often living in an unconventional manner under the guidance of an authoritarian leader; the followers of such a religion or sect
cultism, cultist.nouns

capable of preventing conception
something that circumvents or prevents conception such as taking one's temperture to avoid getting pregnant during fertile times of the month