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Has anyone else been hearing this recently.."Time to gather your soul fragments"???

 
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They sound so musical Xen.hf
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 Quoting: xen

They sound so musical Xen.hf
 Quoting: Blue Skies


don't they, archaboilus musicus is a fitting name

hf

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The research, published recently in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, implies that the acoustic environment was already quite busy 165 million years ago with many animals (such as amphibians and other arthropods) singing at the same time, possibly chorusing, within the additional background noise produced by waterfalls, streams and wind.

Dr Montealegre-Z and Professor Robert examined the anatomical construction of the fossil's song apparatus, and compared it to 59 living bushcricket species. They concluded that this animal must have produced musical songs, broadcasting pure, single frequencies.

Amazingly, based on the detailed morphology of Archaboilus' wings, Dr Fernando Montealegre-Z could reconstruct the songs emitted by these ancient insects.

Following biomechanical principles that he discovered some years ago, Dr Montealegre-Z established that A. musicus sang a tone pitched at 6.4kHz and that every bout of singing lasted 16 milliseconds. This turned out to be enough information to acoustically reconstruct the song itself, possibly the most ancient known musical song documented to date.

This paleobioacoustical analysis also provides a unique insight into the ecology of an extinct insect.

Dr Montealegre-Z said: "Using a low-pitched song, A. musicus was acoustically adapted to long-distance communication in a lightly cluttered environment, such as a Jurassic forest. Today, all species of katydids that use musical calls are nocturnal so musical calls in the Jurassic were also most likely an adaptation to nocturnal life.

"This Jurassic bushcricket thus sheds light on the potential auditory capacity of other animals, and helps us learn a little more about the ambiance of a world long gone. It also suggests the evolutionary mechanisms that drove modern bushcrickets to develop ultrasonic signals for sexual pairing and for avoiding an increasingly relevant echolocating predator, but that only happened 100 million years later, possibly with the appearance of bats."
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This one is for you Xen hf
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" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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 Quoting: xen

They sound so musical Xen.hf
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Good Morning Blue hugs
If you listen close enough you can hear the voices or at least I can. Seems they are strong on the winds and currents these days. Been spending alot of time outside listening lately.....Nature has her own voices

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" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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 Quoting: xen

They sound so musical Xen.hf
 Quoting: Blue Skies


don't they, archaboilus musicus is a fitting name

hf

[link to zhengshaoqun.blogspot.com.au]

The research, published recently in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, implies that the acoustic environment was already quite busy 165 million years ago with many animals (such as amphibians and other arthropods) singing at the same time, possibly chorusing, within the additional background noise produced by waterfalls, streams and wind.

Dr Montealegre-Z and Professor Robert examined the anatomical construction of the fossil's song apparatus, and compared it to 59 living bushcricket species. They concluded that this animal must have produced musical songs, broadcasting pure, single frequencies.

Amazingly, based on the detailed morphology of Archaboilus' wings, Dr Fernando Montealegre-Z could reconstruct the songs emitted by these ancient insects.

Following biomechanical principles that he discovered some years ago, Dr Montealegre-Z established that A. musicus sang a tone pitched at 6.4kHz and that every bout of singing lasted 16 milliseconds. This turned out to be enough information to acoustically reconstruct the song itself, possibly the most ancient known musical song documented to date.

This paleobioacoustical analysis also provides a unique insight into the ecology of an extinct insect.

Dr Montealegre-Z said: "Using a low-pitched song, A. musicus was acoustically adapted to long-distance communication in a lightly cluttered environment, such as a Jurassic forest. Today, all species of katydids that use musical calls are nocturnal so musical calls in the Jurassic were also most likely an adaptation to nocturnal life.

"This Jurassic bushcricket thus sheds light on the potential auditory capacity of other animals, and helps us learn a little more about the ambiance of a world long gone. It also suggests the evolutionary mechanisms that drove modern bushcrickets to develop ultrasonic signals for sexual pairing and for avoiding an increasingly relevant echolocating predator, but that only happened 100 million years later, possibly with the appearance of bats."
 Quoting: xen

Love the sound of insects. Hot summer days filled with the sound of cicadas and the nights filled with the crickets and tree frogs(not insects, but still sound good). The tree frogs can be almost deafening at times. I don't mind though.
Last year we had a abundance of firefly's. Which we haven't had for a few years.
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 Quoting: xen

They sound so musical Xen.hf
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Good Morning Blue hugs
If you listen close enough you can hear the voices or at least I can. Seems they are strong on the winds and currents these days. Been spending alot of time outside listening lately.....Nature has her own voices

peekthru
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Morning Fringe.hugs

I am outside as much as possible. Kinda cold this time of year though. I did sit on the deck the last couple of days, soaking up the sun and watching the birds. Only in the forties. Kinda windy. Who am I kidding, its always windy by me. Having a day without wind is a blessing at times. lol
I consider nature the most wonderful gift of all. I am thankful everyday I get to witness its beauty.

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This one is for you Xen hf
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 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


thank you

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Love the sound of insects. Hot summer days filled with the sound of cicadas and the nights filled with the crickets and tree frogs(not insects, but still sound good). The tree frogs can be almost deafening at times. I don't mind though.
Last year we had a abundance of firefly's. Which we haven't had for a few years.
 Quoting: Blue Skies


have some odd insects in the backyard at the moment, they sound musical and healing. like a mix between crickets and cicadas but higher pitched and not as loud. no idea what they look like. also heard two frogs which is unusual for where i live. they only made noise/ribbit for a second or two each time while i was out there today
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This one is for you Xen hf
[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


thank you

dlphncygns


Love the sound of insects. Hot summer days filled with the sound of cicadas and the nights filled with the crickets and tree frogs(not insects, but still sound good). The tree frogs can be almost deafening at times. I don't mind though.
Last year we had a abundance of firefly's. Which we haven't had for a few years.
 Quoting: Blue Skies


have some odd insects in the backyard at the moment, they sound musical and healing. like a mix between crickets and cicadas but higher pitched and not as loud. no idea what they look like. also heard two frogs which is unusual for where i live. they only made noise/ribbit for a second or two each time while i was out there today
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Beautiful picture Xen. You are in Australia, so it summer there now right?
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One of my favorite insects is the Humming bird hawk moth. Usually see them in August by me.


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Jilly23810, exactly right. This year many of us are going to find our soul family.
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Beautiful picture Xen. You are in Australia, so it summer there now right?
 Quoting: Blue Skies


innit. yep summer, but the weather has been bi-polar for a few years. first there were droughts, then floods. the last 2 years it goes from hot to cold like a yo-yo during summer. previously in summer it would get hot and stay that way for the entire season. it's a reflection of what is/has been happening with the energies

the hummingbird hawk moth doesn't look like a moth, seems to be a different species. awesome. funny music... saw a big spirit moth once, was during a very dark time. was more of a dust moth and still haven't worked out what it meant

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Beautiful picture Xen. You are in Australia, so it summer there now right?
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innit. yep summer, but the weather has been bi-polar for a few years. first there were droughts, then floods. the last 2 years it goes from hot to cold like a yo-yo during summer. previously in summer it would get hot and stay that way for the entire season. it's a reflection of what is/has been happening with the energies

the hummingbird hawk moth doesn't look like a moth, seems to be a different species. awesome. funny music... saw a big spirit moth once, was during a very dark time. was more of a dust moth and still haven't worked out what it meant
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Our weather as been warmer and lacking in snow this year. Only 29 inches so far. I guess by this time we have usually had around 60 inches. The lowest amount recorded for the season was in the 1930's we had 49 inches that winter. Maybe we will beat it this year.
The humming bird hawk moth is so neat looking love watching it going from flower to flower. You can get really close.

Hope everyone as a wonderful day.

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Our weather as been warmer and lacking in snow this year. Only 29 inches so far. I guess by this time we have usually had around 60 inches. The lowest amount recorded for the season was in the 1930's we had 49 inches that winter. Maybe we will beat it this year.
The humming bird hawk moth is so neat looking love watching it going from flower to flower. You can get really close.

Hope everyone as a wonderful day.

kks11
 Quoting: Blue Skies


change is good, first the weather then the world!

music in the vid seemed fitting and was funny. looks ancient and very friendly. the world is full of treasures :)
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Lately when I meditate it always includes a reminder that it is time to gather the rest of my soul fragments together from the rest of the multi-verse.

Is anyone else hearing things alone these lines? And in doing so and calling for the rest of your soul to come home, are you beginning to feel more tranquil and stable in body soul and spirit???
I would like to discuss this pleasehf
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hey flutterby, your thread it so relativeeeee
our fragments assembling, first inner then outer
the puzzle is being rebuilt. You feel the flow already since months ago. Nice reminder.

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ps sun energy is helping a lot
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Calling out to a certain type of soul fragments here,
This thread is the closest I could get,
I'm Cu,
Does Arceus sound familiar?
I'm just calling out for those I remember from my "past" life.

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