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Posted by lilod NoCal/8 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 20, 11 at 0:11

The Quabalists believed that the universe was created from sound. Thus, by reciting sacred sounds, changes or transformation of matter could take place. Healing could simply consist of re-invoking those sacred sounds in the body...perhaps this is what shamans do when they chant
Fred Alan Wold

Jews and blacks come from the same history...We just expressed our suffering differently as a people. Blacks developed the Blues. Jews complain; we just never thought of putting it to music.
Jon Stewart


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I like them both, the first is a very interesting theory and good material for experimenting. Tried to look him up and found Fred Alan Wolf who I have seen many times on Discovery and History. Have you been reading his books? Jon Stewart just hits the funny bone with any subject and makes you think.


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  • Posted by batya Israel north 8-9-10 (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 20, 11 at 10:38

Lilo right on! The first one is quite true, I know folks who do this kind of chanting.....you can practically see them hover and shimmer..........
Peace


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Shamans and all religions before sacred music became performance. Think Greorgian Chants, the Budhist music of
Tibet the sound of shells in the religious practices in the pacific islands.


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I read somewhere, it may have been at the GP, that sounds alters the universe, because the sounds stays around forever.
John Stewart has a unique way of looking at things.


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