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The Language of the Birds

 
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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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Did it work ? Feel free to share your experience !

hf
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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


I like your musings.

Good morning JAD.
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The Language of Birds, referenced in various alchemical and mythological texts, is not as much an actual 'language' as it is a cabbalistic term which has been used over time to convey an occultic transference between that which is above to that which is below. It has been referenced as a mystical language, the language of the Gods and even 'Green Language", but rather than having a specific, intrinsic textual meaning, is more an idea of esoteric thought, a catalyst of form which spans diverse religions, and something of an enigma all its own.

As regards the language of Birds, and perhaps the truth within the truth within it, luminous obscurity is the order of the day. It is not subject to any specific mindset, belief, school of thought or dogma. There are only cryptic references and subtle nudgings in its general direction. Its closest approximation would be a 'no-language language' in which what is never said is implicitly understood. It is a paradigm of thought which draws the student into an awareness of the conscious manifestation of concept and esoteric comprehension without the sometimes limiting boundaries of language itself.
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Here is bird language in action:

Thread: This could be your salvation.
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Here is bird language in action:

Thread: This could be your salvation.
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Very nice. Yes, that sounds like aspects of it, doesn't it. We were seeing it in action on aether's thread as well, though that thread is a beast.
Thread: X Marks the Spot (Page 1659)
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Rise up this mornin',
Smiled with the risin' sun,
Three little birds
Pitch by my doorstep
Singin' sweet songs
Of melodies pure and true,
Sayin', ("This is my message to you-ou-ou:")

Singin': "Don't worry 'bout a thing,
'Cause every little thing gonna be all right."
Singin': "Don't worry (don't worry) 'bout a thing,
'Cause every little thing gonna be all right!"

-Ras Robert Nesta Marley


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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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Rise up this mornin',
Smiled with the risin' sun,
Three little birds
Pitch by my doorstep
Singin' sweet songs
Of melodies pure and true,
Sayin', ("This is my message to you-ou-ou:")

Singin': "Don't worry 'bout a thing,
'Cause every little thing gonna be all right."
Singin': "Don't worry (don't worry) 'bout a thing,
'Cause every little thing gonna be all right!"

-Ras Robert Nesta Marley


oneLOVE

soulJAH
 Quoting: oneLOVEsoulJAH


hi
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The backup singers for Elvis and on many classic doo-wops oldies warble in The Language of the Birds, methinks.
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The backup singers for Elvis and on many classic doo-wops oldies warble in The Language of the Birds, methinks.
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The King!
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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


"Ooh his eyes are closed but his heart is open wide.."
- ? Nus.

-You Hold Witness I Witness

As if he could, by himself, say:
_Alive, therefore life itself.
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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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The backup singers for Elvis and on many classic doo-wops oldies warble in The Language of the Birds, methinks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19554329


The King!
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Thanks for this mystic thread OP ...
Wow Yeah The King (I got lucky, saw his show 1X at Harrah's)- Picturing mega-handsome Elvis now as he looked onstage singing his songs so emotional in That Beautiful Voice. Talk about taking control of the room...strutting his hot stuff around all puffed up & festooned with a jet-black crest and sideburns & diamonds in gold rings on every finger & with that thunderbird of southwestern gemstone beads embroidered on his cape & superhero jumpsuit. Then there's Elvis' pals playing backup in coordinated sartorial splendor singing sounds of the critters of Dixie; it makes ya almost wonder whether that extravaganza production was inspired by or auditioning for National Geographic. It was magic.
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The backup singers for Elvis and on many classic doo-wops oldies warble in The Language of the Birds, methinks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19554329


The King!
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Thanks for this mystic thread OP ...
Wow Yeah The King (I got lucky, saw his show 1X at Harrah's)- Picturing mega-handsome Elvis now as he looked onstage singing his songs so emotional in That Beautiful Voice. Talk about taking control of the room...strutting his hot stuff around all puffed up & festooned with a jet-black crest and sideburns & diamonds in gold rings on every finger & with that thunderbird of southwestern gemstone beads embroidered on his cape & superhero jumpsuit. Then there's Elvis' pals playing backup in coordinated sartorial splendor singing sounds of the critters of Dixie; it makes ya almost wonder whether that extravaganza production was inspired by or auditioning for National Geographic. It was magic.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19554329


No doubt he was a stud.

Glad you like the thread.
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So Sept,

I was out listening to cardinals and crows and two unidentified songs omg alien birds in mah backyards!!!
:ahh:

Anyways - the way they build on each others' songs is very tryptamine-ish in nature. I mean VERY. It builds in uneven patterns. 1 song, 1 back, 1 song again, 1 back again with another added. 1 song with another, same 2 back as before with 2 more elements added.

Birds build songs much like our brains create thoughts when under the effect of a heavy tryptamine dose. Loops or thought sequences where every prior thought event is re-thought leading up to the next, whereby the process starts over from the beginning again until the next element in the string is experienced - that sort of thing. It's how time is processed slower - or really, how we perceive time in a different, more foreseeable way when our brains are more active.

I've known very light weed smokers who did not fall into heavy habits because this same phenomenon can easily happen from cannibinoid stimulation in some.

I've also known seizure sufferers to describe the same type of thought patterns occurring during the 'comeback' phase where memory is still distorted heavily. As the memories fade back in, it all sort of 'clicks' together once the association sequence loop is broken free of and memories from different time frames can be keyed in on.

Curious if these subconscious association sequences are actually always going on and the real addiction one suffers from is forgetting. A common thread in desire among drug addicts is to 'get back' to the first encounter, initial experience, with their drug of addiction. Begs how one would answer the question of what the first 'blissful' experience in one's life would be.

The problem with not forgetting things and leaving a 'human' state of thought is that in all instances I describe, it can only be done so in what can best be described as an 'entranced' state.

It's sort of difficult to eat and breed while entranced...

Well, some might say the latter is a result of being entranced, too :D
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My thoughts ran that way when they had me in their spell the other day. Several different varieties of birds did that ballet they will do in early spring when they fly inside the same tree from branch to branch. When their wings spread big then they return to practical invisibility as another lump among the leaf buds so fast when again alighting on a branch, they enjoy the dance and sing about it. Entranced.
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waking up with the chatter of birds, the warmth of the sun of your body, and the smell of wild nature, is always a heavenly experience. there must be a reason why birds' chirping is a pleasant auditive stimulus for most humans.

i wonder how birdsong relates to 'genuine' glossolalia...

anyway, this thread reminds me of some texts, either by J.G. Bennett or Gurdjieff, where was reference to sufis being able to read the language of the birds, bees and flowers - to get information on events.

Have told this story to different people today and nearly everyone admitted to hit at least 1 bird today, and saw a few one death.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2616565

i've seen the same during the last years: an abnormally high amount of birds killed by traffic.

they visually perceive the aura [receptive]. wish i could "see" what they see
 Quoting: ezrin

birds perceive magnetic lines of force; they have magnetite somewhere in their brain. bees and some other insects too.

 Quoting: cosmic strawberry

very neat!
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The birds in my backyard go crazy every morning (actually they go crazy all day long), and there are a ton of em.
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My brother is a 'Master Falconer/Bird of Prey'.

Here is an owl he was rehabilitating. His name is 'Hootie'.

:russowl:
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Awesome picture of Hootie :)

My friend called me yesterday morning to tell me he was able to pet a dove that landed on his car (parked in his driveway)...he was super excited and in amazement...the best part is he started to research birds and their language...

I told him pics or it didn't happen...he just laughed...
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An amazing bird
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An amazing bird

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I saw this video a while ago, or one similar. Those birds are crazy!
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A flock of seagulls landed on the hood of my car while stopped at a traffic light at a busy intersection.
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A flock of seagulls landed on the hood of my car while stopped at a traffic light at a busy intersection.
 Quoting: Faithful and Truth


Seagull = A Flying Rat

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oops, lol.

I said that because they are the foremost scavengers at dumps and docks.

hiding
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