THE MODS DID NOT DELETE THE PREVIOUS POST. I DID IT MYSELF.
I had to delete the previous submission because the title was misleading. The title should have been as follows:
The word "dominos" was found in the Wikileaks John Podesta email dump. This is the definition of the word "domino."
This is related to Pizzagate because the word "Domino" was found in the Wikileaks John Podesta email dump in an email from Herb Sandler to John Podesta. This term has been heavily investigated and speculated about and what it could mean to the Pizzagate investigation.
Ps. Do you think I’ll do better playing dominos on cheese than on pasta?
Definitions and explanations of the word "Domino" come from Dictionary.com and Wikepedia.
Question asked by a poster in the Pizzagate subverse.
Do we know what "playing dominoes" means yet?
- 1. a large, hooded cloak with a mask covering the eyes, worn at masquerades.
- 2.the mask.
- 3.a person wearing such dress.
Italian: hood and mask costume
Medieval Latin or Middle French: black hood worn by priests in winter; obscurely akin to
Latin dominus lord
Word Origin and History for domino
1801, from French domino (1771)
perhaps (on comparison of the black tiles of the game) from the meaning "hood with a cloak worn by canons or priests"
Latin dominus "lord, master" (see domain),
Klein thinks it might be directly from dominus, "because he who has first disposed his pieces becomes 'the master.
- God or Christ
A domino mask (from Latin dominus, "lord", and Medieval Latin masca, specter ) is a small, often rounded mask covering only the eyes and the space between them
The name in use to describe this partial mask derives from the Latin for dominus, for "lord" or "master"
 combined with the word mask (itself deriving from medieval Latin masca, for "specter" or "nightmare")
 Masks of this type became known as domini because they resembled French priests' winter hoods, which were white on the inside and black on the outside.
The name in use to describe this partial mask derives from the Latin for dominus, for "lord" or "master"  combined with the word mask (itself deriving from medieval Latin masca, for "specter" or "nightmare")  Masks of this type became known as domini because they resembled French priests' winter hoods, which were white on the inside and black on the outside.
Occult symbolism seldom ever just means one distinct object or thing, but many multilayered things that shape a concept.
"He who knows does not talk, he who talks does not know."
"He who explains it does understand it, he who understands it cannot explain it."
In this context it can be a case of playing Lord, Master, Dominant position, being a specter.
Also think about contextually what a "mask" represents. A mask hides, veils, keeps secret.
"Their rituals and practices are unknown because they are masked, cloaked."
"It was masked, unknown, an unseen force of evil and stealth."
"Their methods served as a cloaking device."