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But Hebrew is more like computer code.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Sanskrit even moreso.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I had been seeing Sanskrit in my dreams back in 2018.

So I decided I would try and learn some.

Wanna guess how it went?

It all looks the same.


I would like to learn more Sanskrit and Hebrew.

Because some things are lost in translation.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


approach it by sound, and basic words.
you will get the intricacies as you go by.

you will notice any simple sentence is hard to translate into english; four sanskrit words may need a few sentences to convey a similar concept.

both hebrew & sanskrit are root languages.
and each developed their conceptual versatility quite apart and based on the needs, interests & understanding of that culture.

root languages say a lot about our origins & the basic interests that recursively brought language to be as a specie.

sanskrit has lots and lots of untranslatable terms of a spiritual nature and metaphysical phenomena that simply do not have words for in english nor tends to be talked about on the west. Making it a bit steeper to learn concepts that have been censored, are taboo or esoteric with a language that is designed to lack depth on those issues.

It is enlightening thou, and has amazing reverberation.
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But Hebrew is more like computer code.
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Sanskrit even moreso.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


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Sanskrit even moreso.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I had been seeing Sanskrit in my dreams back in 2018.

So I decided I would try and learn some.

Wanna guess how it went?

It all looks the same.


I would like to learn more Sanskrit and Hebrew.

Because some things are lost in translation.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Do you notice that some languages naturally 'sing within' more than others?

That's DNA memory imho.

Prolly best to dance with what brought ya, I imagine.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I do.

I process Hebrew and Egyptian sound well. No so much writing, but I can listen to people speak it and understand what they are talking about.

Most ancient of Indian (India) teachings were only passed down verbally. Because the tones were important. You lose the sound from even just writing it down in your same language.

I do believe we have some genetic memory, and I think we are close to the technology level needed to prove it.
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But Hebrew is more like computer code.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Sanskrit even moreso.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I had been seeing Sanskrit in my dreams back in 2018.

So I decided I would try and learn some.

Wanna guess how it went?

It all looks the same.


I would like to learn more Sanskrit and Hebrew.

Because some things are lost in translation.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


approach it by sound, and basic words.
you will get the intricacies as you go by.

you will notice any simple sentence is hard to translate into english; four sanskrit words may need a few sentences to convey a similar concept.

both hebrew & sanskrit are root languages.
and each developed their conceptual versatility quite apart and based on the needs, interests & understanding of that culture.

root languages say a lot about our origins & the basic interests that recursively brought language to be as a specie.

sanskrit has lots and lots of untranslatable terms of a spiritual nature and metaphysical phenomena that simply do not have words for in english nor tends to be talked about on the west. Making it a bit steeper to learn concepts that have been censored, are taboo or esoteric with a language that is designed to lack depth on those issues.

It is enlightening thou, and has amazing reverberation.
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Immersion learning is probably quickest anyway.

It would be quite an adventure to travel and learn a language in that country.


Did you ever see the movie Arrival? With the heptapods.

This idea of a Universal language is fascinating.

Somehow that once you have a certain knowledge set in your head you can unlock time.
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Sanskrit even moreso.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I had been seeing Sanskrit in my dreams back in 2018.

So I decided I would try and learn some.

Wanna guess how it went?

It all looks the same.


I would like to learn more Sanskrit and Hebrew.

Because some things are lost in translation.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Do you notice that some languages naturally 'sing within' more than others?

That's DNA memory imho.

Prolly best to dance with what brought ya, I imagine.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I do.

I process Hebrew and Egyptian sound well. No so much writing, but I can listen to people speak it and understand what they are talking about.

Most ancient of Indian (India) teachings were only passed down verbally. Because the tones were important. You lose the sound from even just writing it down in your same language.

I do believe we have some genetic memory, and I think we are close to the technology level needed to prove it.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


you bring a fascinating & important point.

Does a concept, within that genetic memory, is attached to the sound of the word or the characters that form the word?

As you say, sanskrit makes quite emphasis on sound, can even be translated as "make refines/perfected speech". It is also called devanagari, which is "the tongue of the gods"


Does the reverberation of what is said goes deeper within the genetic memory by sound or concept?

If I have a company and with its initials say, I'm spelling an ancient concept by sound. Does it grab energy from the ancient egregore of the ancient collective use of it?

A few examples come to mind.
Not even a company, many words could have developed on a 3-4th level language that has words that mean not what they are believe used for.
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I had been seeing Sanskrit in my dreams back in 2018.

So I decided I would try and learn some.

Wanna guess how it went?

It all looks the same.


I would like to learn more Sanskrit and Hebrew.

Because some things are lost in translation.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Do you notice that some languages naturally 'sing within' more than others?

That's DNA memory imho.

Prolly best to dance with what brought ya, I imagine.
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I do.

I process Hebrew and Egyptian sound well. No so much writing, but I can listen to people speak it and understand what they are talking about.

Most ancient of Indian (India) teachings were only passed down verbally. Because the tones were important. You lose the sound from even just writing it down in your same language.

I do believe we have some genetic memory, and I think we are close to the technology level needed to prove it.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


you bring a fascinating & important point.

Does a concept, within that genetic memory, is attached to the sound of the word or the characters that form the word?

As you say, sanskrit makes quite emphasis on sound, can even be translated as "make refines/perfected speech". It is also called devanagari, which is "the tongue of the gods"


Does the reverberation of what is said goes deeper within the genetic memory by sound or concept?

If I have a company and with its initials say, I'm spelling an ancient concept by sound. Does it grab energy from the ancient egregore of the ancient collective use of it?

A few examples come to mind.
Not even a company, many words could have developed on a 3-4th level language that has words that mean not what they are believe used for.
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I think absolutely physical feeling of the sound matches it's shape, feeling, or memory. That's the disadvantage of it not being universal, but for the people with the genetic memory. And we do see attempts at this today in advertising, but it's sloppy like playing a game of telephone (3-4th level languages).
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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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The hebrew alphabet is actually a path along the star of david. It's actually a 3d shape, but it doesn't matter so much for writing.

Close enough to stargate symbols if you ask me.
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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Hey Seer. How ya been?
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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Hey Seer. How ya been?
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Walking the line.

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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Hey Seer. How ya been?
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Walking the line.

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walktheline
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Sounds like a nice pace.
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Hey Seer. How ya been?
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Walking the line.

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walktheline
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Sounds like a nice pace.
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One step(minute) at a time.



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Hey Seer. How ya been?
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Walking the line.

:)




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walktheline
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Sounds like a nice pace.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


One step(minute) at a time.



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It's a great song.

I like this version personally.


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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Funny you mention time. Have been out of sync with time since 2014. In recent months am back in sync with it. Good to see you Seer
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One step(minute) at a time.



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It's a great song.

I like this version personally.


 Quoting: Zer0Phi


First time I watched that..


True Peace is..total Darkness.

Peace is NOT growth.


Peace is no measurable movement.

It's still.


Movement is the only proof..Time exists.

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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
 Quoting: xenophon


The hebrew alphabet is actually a path along the star of david. It's actually a 3d shape, but it doesn't matter so much for writing.

Close enough to stargate symbols if you ask me.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Why is it so important, what was the original association with the star when the language was formed? Looked it up but couldn't find anything. Probably not the same reason that Zionists adopted the symbol in 1897
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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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Funny you mention time. Have been out of sync with time since 2014. In recent months am back in sync with it. Good to see you Seer
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Xen.. <3



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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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The hebrew alphabet is actually a path along the star of david. It's actually a 3d shape, but it doesn't matter so much for writing.

Close enough to stargate symbols if you ask me.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Why is it so important, what was the original association with the star when the language was formed? Looked it up but couldn't find anything. Probably not the same reason that Zionists adopted the symbol in 1897
 Quoting: xenophon


The Jewish people (spelled it out this time) are the Tok'Ra.

Their language is of the stars. Star constellations.

It's a thought.
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One step(minute) at a time.



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SandofTime
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It's a great song.

I like this version personally.


 Quoting: Zer0Phi


First time I watched that..


True Peace is..total Darkness.

Peace is NOT growth.


Peace is no measurable movement.

It's still.


Movement is the only proof..Time exists.

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tictoc
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From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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The hebrew alphabet is actually a path along the star of david. It's actually a 3d shape, but it doesn't matter so much for writing.

Close enough to stargate symbols if you ask me.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Why is it so important, what was the original association with the star when the language was formed? Looked it up but couldn't find anything. Probably not the same reason that Zionists adopted the symbol in 1897
 Quoting: xenophon


The Jewish people (spelled it out this time) are the Tok'Ra.

Their language is of the stars. Star constellations.

It's a thought.
 Quoting: Zer0Phi


Against Ra, true that

Not many constellations mentioned in the bible so could fit

Merkaba and Heart chakra are my top picks
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Some languages could indeed be influenced by certain stars/constellations

ancients
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:Hebrew2:

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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I have to say that the hebrew language strived more from a proto-hebrew, pictographic in nature and with egypt/summer conceptual bases.

From those images, the old shapes morph into the more abstract shapes of current use. That is important because you can see a lot of meaning on the concept from which the letters come from.

The characters also show the hunter/gatherer/nomad nature of the original culture. It builds on concepts as: authority, tent, gather, door, behold, stability, harvest, wall, container, handiwork...on and on.

---

The 6-sided star, can be a representation os "as above so below", also of the female & male energies given by the downward & upward triangle respectively.

In many ways the Star of David, which is supposed to be the Seal of Solomon, represents his signet ring.

On a way older tradition, the shape represents the Anahata or heart chakra. Middle & meeting, between & outfrom, the 3 higher & 3 lower.
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Some languages could indeed be influenced by certain stars/constellations

:ancients:
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I have to say that the hebrew language strived more from a proto-hebrew, pictographic in nature and with egypt/summer conceptual bases.

From those images, the old shapes morph into the more abstract shapes of current use. That is important because you can see a lot of meaning on the concept from which the letters come from.

The characters also show the hunter/gatherer/nomad nature of the original culture. It builds on concepts as: authority, tent, gather, door, behold, stability, harvest, wall, container, handiwork...on and on.

---

The 6-sided star, can be a representation os "as above so below", also of the female & male energies given by the downward & upward triangle respectively.

In many ways the Star of David, which is supposed to be the Seal of Solomon, represents his signet ring.

On a way older tradition, the shape represents the Anahata or heart chakra. Middle & meeting, between & outfrom, the 3 higher & 3 lower.
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Know anything about the cuneiform structure?
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Know anything about the cuneiform structure?
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...too little; a few things here and there.
Planning to expand on it.

Believe it or not, as a child, I remember seeing books with pictures of some cuneiform tablets and I distinctly remember comprehending what they said.

It was strange, and remember also thinking maybe that was something everyone also knew, but at the same time having a strange feeling as if I was not supposed to be looking at that and comprehending it

It just made sense, seemed very mathematical and procedural in its structure.

I remember it was something relating to farming.
I could barely read at the time. 3-5 yrs old.

My family has always dabbled in linguistics. My grandfather knew 9 languages.
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Know anything about the cuneiform structure?
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...too little; a few things here and there.
Planning to expand on it.

Believe it or not, as a child, I remember seeing books with pictures of some cuneiform tablets and I distinctly remember comprehending what they said.

It was strange, and remember also thinking maybe that was something everyone also knew, but at the same time having a strange feeling as if I was not supposed to be looking at that and comprehending it

It just made sense, seemed very mathematical and procedural in its structure.

I remember it was something relating to farming.
I could barely read at the time. 3-5 yrs old.

My family has always dabbled in linguistics. My grandfather knew 9 languages.
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Have we spoken before just a few days ago?

It's nice having someone around that has some linguistics background.
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Hebrew2

From the 72 names of god thread. Any further explanation for this?
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I have to say that the hebrew language strived more from a proto-hebrew, pictographic in nature and with egypt/summer conceptual bases.

From those images, the old shapes morph into the more abstract shapes of current use. That is important because you can see a lot of meaning on the concept from which the letters come from.

The characters also show the hunter/gatherer/nomad nature of the original culture. It builds on concepts as: authority, tent, gather, door, behold, stability, harvest, wall, container, handiwork...on and on.

---

The 6-sided star, can be a representation os "as above so below", also of the female & male energies given by the downward & upward triangle respectively.

In many ways the Star of David, which is supposed to be the Seal of Solomon, represents his signet ring.

On a way older tradition, the shape represents the Anahata or heart chakra. Middle & meeting, between & outfrom, the 3 higher & 3 lower.
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Have we spoken before just a few days ago?

It's nice having someone around that has some linguistics background.
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Thank you, I feel the same; Probably, I think we have.
Used to have an account that got banned when the deeply dishonest politics got on high gear three yrs ago.
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Have we spoken before just a few days ago?

It's nice having someone around that has some linguistics background.
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Thank you, I feel the same; Probably, I think we have.
Used to have an account that got banned when the deeply dishonest politics got on high gear three yrs ago.
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The language barrier is one of the hardest parts of research.

No only do you have know translate a whole other language, you have to know the time period correct context in how those words are to be used.

I was thinking more on the frequency sound of words, and maybe listening to sanskrit being read would be interesting.
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