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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Early Human Communication Began As Imitation & Dance
Phase One
Unity Consciousness #1066


”Early Human Communication: Prelude To Sign-Language, Phase One, Unity Consciousness #1065”

Early humans learned like many other creatures learn. Early humans learned by imitating (mimicking, copying, duplicating, repeating, cloning...). We still learn the same way. Even when we read something and do it, we are still imitating what the words are expressing. Even when we dream something or think of something when we are awake, we are still imitating. We are imitating because we are still using mostly imitation and are only creating variations of imitations. Such is the nature of language and communication.

All language and communication is a variation of imitation.
Zero is the original that all things copy.
One is the imitation, the duplication, the mirror image, the reflection.
All else and everything else are based on 0 and 1. All else we have come to know as Creation, is a variation of imitation, thus, is itself, an imitation.

Early humans imitated the sounds and movements of their natural environment and then later, they eventually began to rely more exclusively on imitating each other. This is a good process as long as humans being imitated have maintained a true connection to the original. This can only be achieved by maintaining a true connection to the natural world, rather than to the human world where we think human constructed cities of today are more fulfilling that naturally constructed communities of nature where human imprint is harmonized.

Creation exists because of imitation. Humans are no exception. Each of us were formed via cell duplication (cells making copies of themselves and then making slight changes to specialize. This is imitation of the physical and is the same way all else that humans do, comes into existence. There is no original human thought. All human thought is a variation (elevation or degradation) of thought existing elsewhere in Nature.

Imitation of the whole (the tem) is the basis that allows an ecosystem to exist. All things must have a fundamental sameness in order for an ecosystem to work. Same is true of language. There is a fundamental sameness that allows communication by seemingly different creations to take place.

We Must Re-Member Who We Are And Where We Came From

As stated in Phase Zero, early humans were listening, observing and imitating as many aspects of nature as they could figure out how to. Humans still do this today, except we mostly imitate each other.

Primitive humans observed the ways and works of Nature and imitated all they might as a means of thinking their meaning when they could not talk. Human language developed out of imitating the sounds of Nature. Human language also developed out of imitating the movements of Nature. They danced as the Grasshopper. They writhed and swelled and puffed as the Serpent. They panted as the Lion. They roared as the Hippopotamus. They hummed as insects and they pawed and make clicking sounds as the Ape. Early humans learned by kinship example and by that which was already inherent in them as Primates. They were not blank slates. Humans today learn the same way from that which is genetically in us and from parents, teachers, friends, mentors, role models, coaches, media, etc. We are always imitating something – something existing outside of us and something existing in our genetic library database of genetic memory. We are not blank slates.

Early humans built their language in layers by imitating sounds, movements and the look of animals. This is why early humans wore the skins, feathers and horns of animals. Humans today do the same thing, but we call them clothes and jewelry.
Early humans imitated Nature in order to make themselves understood to each other. They used Nature because Nature was a common basis of experience. This cannot be said of humans today.

For effect, I repeat:
Dancing is a primary language and way of communicating thoughts, ideas, feelings.
This is why dancing is so deeply embedded in human behavior. Those who are classified as Black or African have been derided for our heightened natural inclination for dancing and we have shied away from dancing in pure form and allowed dancing to become perverted because we do not understand that our propensity for dancing is the spirit-soul trying to move us back to a better way of communicating that will also help reconnect us to better understandings of Nature, of self and of how to live. (AE1 46/56)

There Is Abundance In The Dance Of Language

The Universe consists of repeating patterns that vary. This repeating movement and motion of energy creates rhythms – self-renewing, evolving rhythms. As such, the symphony of music, harmony, language and dance is also self-renewing and evolving. Everything in the Universe dances on multiple levels. We know the atoms everything is made of are always in motion. Early humans recognized a lot of things in Nature were moving in sync with the movements of other aspects of Nature, so they imitated these movements. Today, we call this dancing. And despite loss of understanding, we continue to dance as a basic need to communicate – spirit-soul to rhythms of Zero.

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