For those of you whom are interested in understanding the difference between the term ‘human’ and ‘soul’ – l have provided below a detailed description of where the term ‘human’ originated. The author of such work is Abdun Nur (http://servantofthelight.com/)
The term ‘human’ is unknown in classical Latin, and was invented in the 14th century to replace the term serf, having the same definition.
Serf – in feudal polity, the serfs were a class of ‘persons’ whose social condition was servile, and who were bound to labour and onerous duties at the will of their lords. They differed from slaves only in that they were bound to their native soil, instead of being the absolute property of a master.
According to Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, the prefix “hu” means “like unto, but not quite the same”.
So a human is not quite the same as a man. Man in feudal law is a vassal; you have the lord and the man. Man is an ancient word meaning to garrison, which means to defend. So a man is a defender of their lord.
A human is a slave bound to the owner of the land, don’t get confused here, neither a human nor a man can own land, they can only be tenant. The status of an owner is ‘lord’ the legal instrument of control is corporation; a human known as the natural person, is the property of the owned land, not owned directly but as a natural resource attached to the earth, just as the wildlife or forests, the land lord controls the activities of the humans, like any good farmer, to develop a natural resource to be exploited, as a pri-vated soul.
A ‘human’ can be likened to a field slave as compared to a ‘man’ who is a house slave.
My status therefore is not a ‘man’ defending those imposed as superiors with constructed authority over me; nor a ‘human’ slaving upon the earth to labour for my imposed superiors in subjugation and servitude, nor a ‘person’ or ‘natural person’ which embodies these two states.