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1 year ago
atul.seth
R Sculptoris Phaistos Disk
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1 year ago
atul.seth
Hello You have made a very important point here which most will miss as usual. Human Brain is essentially wire able. Programmable. The programming is done via the unique languages we learn and its vocabulary. The word meanings we each know create our individual universe.
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2 years ago
atul.seth
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Essentially, the only reason I ever read the > Pyramid Texts was that I was told I could never > understand the Egyptians without understanding the > PT. So I just started reading it... ...and > reading it... ...and reading it. May i ask why you were interested in Egyptians in the first place?
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2 years ago
atul.seth
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > But, he didn't go far enough in an "understanding > the nature of reality in general and of > consciousness in particular as a coherent whole". I disagree. Strongly suggest that you read Lifework of David Bohm
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2 years ago
atul.seth
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > We use a digital device (the brain) to build > analog models (language) of a digital world. We > don't see that reality is digital thereby. How would you describe digital brain and digital world/reality? From a process point of view, what exactly is happening? > > Is there empirical ev
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Hello Cladking, I had asked you to elaborate on AE "wired reality" idea and your response is here "wired reality" which honestly i did not understand. There is something missing in your writing. Is it a language problem in the sense its limitations (English) to express your ideas/concepts that are alien to its very design and structure? I am trying to help so don't mis
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2 years ago
atul.seth
thank you Manu. You have shared lot of explanatory information on hieroglyphs which i do not think has been done before by anyone. I doubt anyone has discussed the Coptic link before. I am still studying all the information that has been posted in related threads including the links. Aim is to summarize it all and post as a new OP. Hope this will help us all to focus on key points and move for
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2 years ago
atul.seth
thanks Duketown for the advice but i actually do not agree with the translation of the glyphs. I have written before in other posts about this. I am not a language expert and simply applying commonsense, intuition and the knowledge that i have acquired about diverse subjects in trying to understand the logic, function and meaning of the glyphs. with no apparent success i might add. I wanted t
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Hello Manu, Assuming that the consonant sounds and the signs have been accurately mapped to a large extent, what do you think is the relationship between the sign geometry/apparent meaning and corresponding sound. Is it arbitrary assignment or is there some logic. This is not clear to me. Do you think that the choice of consonant signs (set of 24/25?) with unique design follows a pattern?
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Egyptian language and hieroglyph
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Thanks.. I will go into some detail at a later stage. First, i am very curious to know how you developed these ideas. What is the evidence or lack thereof or the motivators of these radical ideas. How would such a reality wired brain respond to a hieroglyph?
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2 years ago
atul.seth
If your AE language theory is primarily based on PT interpretation as per your own methodology and assumptions in the context of Pyramid construction, then you have no choice but to show in detail how that is so.
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2 years ago
atul.seth
I agree. Starting a new thread with the key essentials of your theory and methodology would allow a focused and fresh look by other open minded researchers including language experts. I believe this will yield new insights and evidence. Illustrations of your key ideas would go a long way to ease reader understanding and cognitive resistance. Good luck.
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2 years ago
atul.seth
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Ancient Language had the same natural logic as mathematics > because it was based on the wiring of the brain. > .............. > They didn't have words to depict their > mental models because they had no mental models. > ............... > They experienced reality directly rather than &g
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Yes,indeed there appears to be a link. I had not thought about this connection. I am not sure whether Sumerian predates Sanskrit or the reverse or even if this point has been comprehensively researched and concluded by any academic or researcher with widespread acceptance. Though i am biased at times on this issue in favor of Ancient Vedic Sanskrit, still i would like to point out one fact wh
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2 years ago
atul.seth
MDaines Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sumerian MAN is one phonetic form of U.U, a double > symbol. Look first for the phonetic form at the > top of the ePSD page. It will be shown in capital > letters – capitals being the academic way of > highlighting whzt they believe to be the oldest > forms. The earliest meanings are all related t
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2 years ago
atul.seth
MDaines Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > The phonetic forms of the symbols are most often > two letters, a consonant and vowel, sometimes > three. There are longer and multi-syllabic sounds > connected to just one symbol, but these are most > likely to be later Akkadian combinations of two or > more original sounds. Sometimes it’s po
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2 years ago
atul.seth
MDaines Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Atul, > > Thank you for the information. Everything of that > kind is interesting and potentially useful. I’m > in contact with someone who has specialized in > Sanskrit and, having read the text of The Story of > Sukurru, he is convinced – simply by the sound > of it and the reference
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Hello I hope this is useful and relevant in some way to your work.I am not a specialist/expert on ancient languages but this caught my attention. H(ER-R)I bind gather H(AR)I Vishnu/Narayaan - preserver/protector (binder?) of the universe Are the Sumerian symbol/word lengths always 1-3 character size (when using the English alphabet) Thanks Atul
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2 years ago
atul.seth
Trance
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2 years ago
atul.seth
thanks Yes, time must have been measured in ancient Egypt like elsewhere..sumer,babylon,mid-east,india,china,Mayans,...across the globe Why is there no direct detailed reference in texts, temple wall hieroglyphs,artifacts,or official records of a time keeping system? Is there any hieroglyph for time? What were the words most associated with time in ancient egypt and the later perio
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Thanks. Your post seems to suggest that there is generally absence of evidence in support of a well defined time keeping and measurement process covering definitions, units, references, cycles... How can this be even possible considering the advanced technological context. Was any AE god/goddess associated with time.
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Hello I am searching for reliable information on Ancient Egyptian concept of time and specifically; How did the AE measure time? What reference natural source (if)did they use to define and measure time? What were the units of time? What was the smallest and largest unit of time? Did they develop time cycles concept like the Mayans? thanks
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Hi, Interesting info about Gobekli Tepe Ziyaret. Spirit visit or maybe Spirit ascend as the link suggests. A place to visit for Spirit ascension? But why build it on the slope of the hill and not on the top? Is the slope angle a significant factor for whatever process or purpose it was built for? Regards
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3 years ago
atul.seth
You wrote that EME is spirit language. Could you explain this in detail for our benefit. I am very keen to know more about this subject. Particularly, whether symbols of such ancient languages have a hidden correspondence with the syllables/sound involving geometry or numbers or are random choices of shape/images. As i understood from your ENKI explanation above, the symbol of the hat cor
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Thank you
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Hi Have you come across this word in Sumerian text's -. SENZAR Could you try n give your opinion as to what possible meaning can be ascribed to this word as per your methods. EME..Spirit language... caught my attention and so this post.. thanks
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3 years ago
atul.seth
Hello Michael Do you believe the AE Tarot and the pyramid texts are linked? Is there any AE hieroglyph text on Tarot?
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4 years ago
atul.seth
Hi Jon, Excellent OP and graphics. I am speculating now but it seems to me that the chaos in block design may have to do with achieving precise block volume based on some mathematical algorithm. Block volume vs energy? I would even suggest a sequence of precisely tuned blocks similar to tuning forks that processed some type of signal. Your grouping is very interesting as it also su
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4 years ago
atul.seth
Ancient secret mudra? Each finger and the thumb is associated with an element.See Tantra, Chinese 5 element theory. The rods function may have been to prevent the finger's from touching the palm or to absorb/transfer energy. Is it always depicted in the right hand? Only men?
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