> cladking Wrote:
> > atul.seth Wrote:
> > -----
> > > I read your OP from the latest post you made
> > > today. I did some google search and came
> > > this link.
> > >
> > >
> > > ymbol_text.html#a]The pyramid texts according
> > to
> > > Clesson H. Harvey[/url]
> > From your link one can see many other examples
> > his deep insights;
> > "Like the artificial Aymara language referred
> > on p.91 in "Fingerprints of the Gods," the
> > Pyramid Texts turn out to be, after 40 years of
> > searching, programmable."
> > This is exactly the nature of the ancient
> > language. It could actually be "cleaned up"
> > used as a programming language. The hardware
> > would need to be changed a bit as well though.
> > "But if the Hieroglyphic grammar of the Great
> > Pyramid Texts if artificially programmed (and
> > is), then whoever programmed it would almost
> > certainly have programmed the meanings of its
> > words. There is much evidence in support of
> > Gardiner's reliable vocabulary of word
> > can usually be used to test any such theory of
> > programmed word meanings. there is no need to
> > discouraged by the educated nay opinions of
> > Egyptologists. "
> Could you elaborate the concept of programmable
> language with an example. I am not familiar with
> this but am aware that many other researchers have
> said the same about Sanskrit.
> > I doubt the language is actually "artificial"
> > the way we mean the term. Rather is is a
> > "natural" language like the waggle dance of the
> > bee. The bee gets the attention of the other
> > and then walks proportionately to the distance
> > food and relative to the setting sun. In other
> > words meaning is dependent on context. All
> > languages are like this and the PT is written
> > an animal language which we have since outgrown.
> > This language was context dependent and
> > metaphysical. Human progress and science
> > outgrew the formatting for the language so it
> > died. It became too complex to hold all human
> > knowledge and be understood by all so it
> > The PT is written in science that dates back
> > 40,000 years and invented agriculture, cities,
> > pyramids. When this science died the old
> > was incomprehensible and it required the
> > of modern science (experimental science) for
> > progress to resume.
> > His insights are simply legendary and dramatic.
Am working on this point and will post next.
> > I'm somewhat at a loss about the references to
> > "six inches before the brow". This was a minor
> > perspective to the ancients and referred only
> > "rennenutet". Most perspectives were of
> > "She Beloved by Art" and from this perspective
> > only rennenutet was six inches before the brow.
> > This "goddess" was of limited importance as she
> > merely channelled "efflux" to keep the
> > afloat for extended periods.
In my humble opinion and as also explained by C Harvey, the phrase "six inches before the brow" refers to the "[u]activated Ajna chakra[/u]" which is located at the center of the brow and extends externally to about six inches. This can only happen if the Ajna chakra is "activated" by intense meditative & breathing practices. Normally, in average humans, this is extended only 2-3 inches from the brow.
The reference to the pointed star is an inner "realm" experience within the Ajna chakra and caused by ascension of the kundalini from below the base of the spine and into this chakra.
Ajna chakra is the seat of "will" power. Any intense concentrated focused action requires power/energy and most importantly "will" or the energy is dispersed. Intense will is of necessary use in meditative techniques that pursue acquisition of "siddhis" or supernatural powers.
A desire to achieve union with the higher soul and divine realms requires only that the "Heart chakra" be fully activated for it to naturally balance all the chakras for soul ascension and thru the "Crown chakra".
Please note the difference in chakras due to end objectives.
> I have some information to share about the other 2
> points you made about natural language and six
> inches from the brow but will wait for your
> I think "artificial" term is based on a
> fundamental misunderstanding about the real
> meaning or knowledge of objects and phenomena and
> it's source that are normally hidden from our
> limited sensory faculties.
> > I have researched some of the other translators
> > but not CH Harvey.