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Mnemosyne: Mother of the Muses

 
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Mnemosyne: Mother of the Muses
Lamenting the forgotten language of intuition, venturing the thrice denial of synchronicity, The Song of Un knows we instinctively know our sustaining relationship with each other and the whole of sentient earth – in spite our inherited shame of paradise lost. ~ Mnemosyne Lethe 1992
The term derives from the Ancient Greek words, meta, meaning beyond or after, and noia, meaning perception or understanding or mind.
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With Faith I dallied in the desert, oversleeping my forty days, overdoing my forty nights, with Hope I tempted the caul. ~ The Mission 1:11
The term derives from the Ancient Greek words, meta, meaning beyond or after, and noia, meaning perception or understanding or mind.
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To be born with the caul, or a “calling”, was to be spiritually gifted according to the ancient Pagan Celts who worshipped Cerridwen, the Goddess of the Cauldron. People born with the caul or a “portion of the amniotic membrane” covering the head were considered magical “with great spiritual powers and the gift of second sight. ~ Barbara G. Walker, The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, pp. 305, 352.
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To be born with the caul, or a “calling”, was to be spiritually gifted according to the ancient Pagan Celts who worshipped Cerridwen, the Goddess of the Cauldron. People born with the caul or a “portion of the amniotic membrane” covering the head were considered magical “with great spiritual powers and the gift of second sight. ~ Barbara G. Walker, The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, pp. 305, 352.
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Interesting thread op!

hf
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I KNOW no language absent sin’s origin, hence the babble of Un. ~ The Mission

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The term derives from the Ancient Greek words, meta, meaning beyond or after, and noia, meaning perception or understanding or mind.
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"To the ears of strangers, diversity of language was babble, a word derived from Babel, the Babylonian manmade Holy Mountain built to honor the consummation of heaven and earth."
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To be born with the caul, or a “calling”, was to be spiritually gifted according to the ancient Pagan Celts who worshipped Cerridwen, the Goddess of the Cauldron. People born with the caul or a “portion of the amniotic membrane” covering the head were considered magical “with great spiritual powers and the gift of second sight. ~ Barbara G. Walker, The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, pp. 305, 352.
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Interesting thread op!

hf
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Hello sister in angel wings ~ another voice of collective unconscious that lives inside all our heads.
The term derives from the Ancient Greek words, meta, meaning beyond or after, and noia, meaning perception or understanding or mind.
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The source of artistic expression has allways intrigued me

Listen to what Roger Hodgson has to say about the art of composition at about the 1.11 minute mark in this video.


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Did you know I triumphed for you, for the color of your hair alone, for the humor of farce, the god’s boredom at play?
I saw your hair, your hands, your skin, the smooth white purity of your cleavage, your lightly toasted freckles, just the other day.
Worn not by princess on pedestal, but tourist in park.
Sent from the pentaculum of power, her mission was brief, her message hauntingly seductive, the inscription to the point as usual.
“The war is over and you are out of a job.”
Oh how the clouds, the winds, the rains did laugh, holding their sides at the sacrifice of diplomacy. The Muse
2:3-8



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Pentaculum, the Medieval Latin etymology of pentacle, is the five pointed star associated with the worship of the womb or underground Goddess in Pagan Celtic civilizations. The symbol, originally meaning life or health, is representative of mystical knowledge and best known by Gypsies as the Star of Knowledge.