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The Language of the Birds

 
RaXz

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hi RaXz
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'Sup Sep hi
"The salvation of this human world lies nowhere else than in the human heart, in the human power to reflect, in human meekness and human responsibility." –Václav Havel

"Modern man must descend the spiral of his own absurdity to the lowest point; only then can he look beyond it. It is obviously impossible to get around it, jump over it, or simply avoid it." –Václav Havel
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Start by throwing out the odd bit of bread, make sure they see it was you who threw it, then watch them eating it, make sure they can see you but ront move. It will progress along to them cleaning you house of insects and then you start having larger birds coming in for a chat, then you start mimicking their tones, then changing single tones in the series...
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Good morning sept. How are you?
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


Very good Metatron! Thank you for asking.

You?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I am great.

Great post, plus quality replies!

You ever feel like there is too much information to process?
 Quoting: Metatron Phi


lol, sometimes. But it simplifies fairly quickly nowadays.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


True. But one thought these days leads to thousands more. More than I could ever write down. I just send them to you. You seem to cover the topics I like.

Thank you for being here.

yoda
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"The salvation of this human world lies nowhere else than in the human heart, in the human power to reflect, in human meekness and human responsibility." –Václav Havel

"Modern man must descend the spiral of his own absurdity to the lowest point; only then can he look beyond it. It is obviously impossible to get around it, jump over it, or simply avoid it." –Václav Havel
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Start by throwing out the odd bit of bread, make sure they see it was you who threw it, then watch them eating it, make sure they can see you but ront move. It will progress along to them cleaning you house of insects and then you start having larger birds coming in for a chat, then you start mimicking their tones, then changing single tones in the series...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36917810


there is no need to bait or feed(especialy with all the gluten)

all one has to do is simply observe..nature is all around and not just birds. She is complex but very simple. and comes in all shapes and forms. (enviroment follows her)from the 4 corners of the earth,,she lives and breathes elementalhf
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Awesome thread!
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Thanks for posting this, Septenary! Very cool (and I suspect very deep) rabbit hole for me to jump down this evening when I have some free time.

The last link is very interesting, especially the part about the language of the birds being rhythmic. It brought to mind all the references to birds in Psalms.
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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5 stars and a bump
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OP, what do you make of this bird "sign"? Ran across it while walking down the road about 2 weeks ago.

:owlsign:

one wing straight up and the other straight down

as above, so below?

:deadowl:

owl becomes butterfly

:btrflyowl:
 Quoting: Rev StarGazer


That is strange. I have no idea what it means.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


That one should be more obvious..

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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OP, what do you make of this bird "sign"? Ran across it while walking down the road about 2 weeks ago.

owlsign

one wing straight up and the other straight down

as above, so below?

deadowl

owl becomes butterfly

btrflyowl
 Quoting: Rev StarGazer


That is strange. I have no idea what it means.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


That one should be more obvious..


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36643660


Whoa...that is odd!
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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I wonder if the 'pure' Language of the Birds is similar to perfected intuitive knowing.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ties in with the image:

:odinlanguagebird:

 Quoting: Septenary Man


Left eye feeding dominant right brain.

Hears but does not see angelic bird (muse) on right shoulder?

O'Dinn as O'Djinn

Representing both the Hrit Chakra and Saturn

As in Taoism, Hrit couples with Sol

Just musing ;)
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eye ;-)
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Is pretty.


Though that pic, not so much.
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the lyre bird

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I wonder if the 'pure' Language of the Birds is similar to perfected intuitive knowing.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ties in with the image:

:odinlanguagebird:

 Quoting: Septenary Man


Left eye feeding dominant right brain.

Hears but does not see angelic bird (muse) on right shoulder?

O'Dinn as O'Djinn

Representing both the Hrit Chakra and Saturn

As in Taoism, Hrit couples with Sol

Just musing ;)
 Quoting: just a dude


Hey just a dude. I came across something you said in aether's thread. I was wondering if you could tell me about it.

Thread: X Marks the Spot (Page 1657)
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Ever get confirmation that birds recognize the holy spirit?



interesting thread ss,,

thankyou,,,



much love,,
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30992481



Yes.

In ways that might seem strange to humans...

There is so much more to the relationship between birds and divinity...


Many good stories :)

You might watch how birds behave when interacting with humans - to gain insight on what happens when the divine is present...

And if certain songs are sung, all birds (and many animals) will sing back... all over the earth
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:odinlanguagebird:

(note: see the umbilical cord connecting the Sun and Odin?)

Remember all the posts that have 'a little bird told me'?

I think this is a hint that the people who have said that are talking about the Language of the Birds. This makes perfect sense in context to many particular posts that seemed to be hinting to someone or messaging someone in a veiled way.

In mythology, medieval literature and occultism, the language of the birds is postulated as a mystical, perfect divine language, green language, adamic language, enochian language, angelic language or a mythical or magical language used by birds to communicate with the initiated.
 Quoting: LanguageoftheBirds

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The article below speaks of how the Language of the Birds is also called The Green Language (which reminds me of the stories of the Green Man). It says that the language will be understood (brought to light) at the end of the cycles of time. This reminds me of a time when all secrets will be revealed. Many spiritual practices, religions, and occults speak of this, and there are a lot of occult members saying that we are in the time of revealing presently.

The Language of the Birds is also known as the Green Language or the Language of the Gods. It embraces Kabbalah, Astrology, Alchemy and Tarot. Its grammar is symbolism, more to the point, holographic symbolism, when properly understood.

Birds further reference ascension of human consciousness in the alchemy of time, winged gods from the sky, bird-headed beings, Thoth in particular - linked to creation of this reality. Thoth the Scribe is the ancient Egyptian god who scripted the languages of our reality, to be viewed as symbolic messages through the ages, and finally brought to light at the end of the cycles of time.
 Quoting: TheGreenLanguage

[link to www.crystalinks.com]

Another says that the Language of the Birds is the 'angelic language', and once understood communication with higher beings becomes possible, and higher states of be-ing.

This brings us back directly to what was said at the outset about "the language of the birds", which can also be called "angelic language", and which is symbolized in the human world by rhythmic language, for the science of rhythm, which has many applications, is in fact ultimately the basis of all the means which can be brought into action in order to enter into communication with the higher states of being.
 Quoting: AngelicLanguage

[link to www.studiesincomparativereligion.com]

Perhaps we are in fact close to the revealing of all.
 Quoting: Septenary Man



I've experienced angelic language in a "dream" years ago. It was the beginning of my "awakening" to my gifts.
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I love how you can see what things i say are worth a better look.. eve the connections..
Some people call me, but i am sure that there is not a better way to learn or remember.
Absolutely fantastic post.
Very Pleased.
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I love how you can see what things i say are worth a better look.. eve the connections..
Some people call me, but i am sure that there is not a better way to learn or remember.
Absolutely fantastic post.
Very Pleased.
 Quoting: MJ 36928603


The things you say do not go unnoticed, my friend.
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I love how you can see what things i say are worth a better look.. eve the connections..
Some people call me, but i am sure that there is not a better way to learn or remember.
Absolutely fantastic post.
Very Pleased.
 Quoting: MJ 36928603


The things you say do not go unnoticed, my friend.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


captain
bobobibi
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Owls don't just 'hoot' - just that sound for establishing territory. They also bark, whistle and hiss.

Did you know that a group of owls is called a parliament and baby owls are called owlets.

Fun facts for the day, haha.

owlfly
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lmao
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Another time I was sleeping and there were birds outside my window relaying a story of an ancient tribe of indigenous somewhere in Columbia. In my dream I saw two braves, the key indicator of this tribe was the green pigment they used around their eyes. I also saw a map indicating where their land used to be before they were wiped out by colonials. I woke up and these birds were chattering at me. I figured this was the story they might have been relaying.
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Another time I was sleeping and there were birds outside my window relaying a story of an ancient tribe of indigenous somewhere in Columbia. In my dream I saw two braves, the key indicator of this tribe was the green pigment they used around their eyes. I also saw a map indicating where their land used to be before they were wiped out by colonials. I woke up and these birds were chattering at me. I figured this was the story they might have been relaying.
 Quoting: protoculture


Yeah I figure alot of birds are telling that story . . .
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Also had a comment regarding that picture of the dude with one eye open and one eye closed. Both times when I felt as if there may have been communication I was HALF ASLEEP. It could due with ones state of consciousness. Half awake or half asleep. This is the state I was in both times I seem to recieve messages.

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This is a Breath of air - while I have my own ideas about this subject, at least, it is a subject

I am grateful, Serpentary Man... <3

The Language of the Bird is, imho, can not be learned.

It was given as the first language, to first humans (at least the fragments of mythology indicate this) they were born with the ability to speak in this language to eachother - mostly...

 Quoting: Astraea 14828328


Man there's a mystic in every crowd.
One of my friends goes into the forest and plays on a simple handmade flute.
Birds-which are normally very wary around humans-appear and sing with him.
Talking to animals is relatively easy-first you have to listen and watch.
Language of the Birds is an offshoot of that...hmmm should I say more?
Nah.
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I wonder if the 'pure' Language of the Birds is similar to perfected intuitive knowing.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ties in with the image:

:odinlanguagebird:

 Quoting: Septenary Man


Left eye feeding dominant right brain.

Hears but does not see angelic bird (muse) on right shoulder?

O'Dinn as O'Djinn

Representing both the Hrit Chakra and Saturn

As in Taoism, Hrit couples with Sol

Just musing ;)
 Quoting: just a dude


Hey just a dude. I came across something you said in aether's thread. I was wondering if you could tell me about it.

Thread: X Marks the Spot (Page 1657)
 Quoting: Metatron Phi

Ravens have a natural role as scavengers, with a particular penchant for the corpses of battlefields.
They have their place.
But eagles, wrens, swans,and blackbirds are of better mettle.
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I can prove what I said through a simple test anyone can try.

Sit down, relax, and feel peaceful. Then, say out loud this sentence, 3 times, slowly : "I Am that I am".

Observe how you feel. Wait a little bit.

Then, say the exact same sentence in French : "Je Suis Celui que Je Suis." 3 times.

(it sounds like "dja swee solwee ka dja swee")

Again, observe if you feel something inside, and if it's different.
 Quoting: Vehuiah 21989842


Wow!!! talk about the language of birds, holy cow!! Very cool Vehuiah, thanks.

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