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seasmith wrote:
Date: June 07, 2021 12:24AM

David Elkington wrote:

" Over the course of many years, I was witness to, and partook in, a series of experiments at these places; experiments that charted their individual resonance. But there was one clear distinguishing aspect to them all that was nothing short of astonishing. When soundwave patterns from these sites were manifested in pictorial form, using a process known as Cymatics, they demonstrated a clear linguistic form, exhibiting script-types unique to those cultures. We saw Celtic knot-work at Celtic sites, Buddhist and Hindu yantras at Buddhist and Hindu sites; Paleo-Hebrew script; the Om of Hinduism – and most astonishingly hieroglyphs deep inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. The list is by no means definitive, but the implication is clear: script, in its earliest form, emerged from these sites in a form created by sound. "


And it probably begins in the caves, wombs of Mother Earth. If you have slept in a deep cave, you've probably experienced those sounds.


" ...a Technology of the Soul, the science of our intellectual and conscious ascent: and in this scheme of things the sacred site becomes the umbilicus connecting us to an unseen world. "


In caves, grottos, temples, cathedrals, pyramids etc...
The shaman, your "hero", those gifted pioneers and early scientists who went in deeper and ascended higher, making the connection and "communicating with the gods", in your words;
and so hearing the sounds and the words.

I look forward to reading your book.



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michael seabrook Wrote:
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Help with what ?
Have you slept in a deep cave ?



p.s. Michael, If you could possibly utilize the "quote" key, and a maybe a few caps,
it might make your posts more coherent and easier to read ?
Especially helpful in the lengthy ones, like the one you linked here ...



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jun-21 03:24 by seasmith.

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