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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Sign-Language Expanded Definition & Meanings
Phase One
Unity Consciousness #1067

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In the previous two messages, we introduced the subject of Sign-language. In doing so we've dealt with some preconceptions and misconceptions. We have established a framework which will allow us to more easily reshape our context in stages.

Imitation of Nature, as a means of communication, is called Sign-language.
Sign-language is the primitive mode of representing Nature and its animistic powers, seen and unseen. (Churchward, Signs & Symbols Of Primordial Man, 395-6)

Primates were already thinking and observing the phenomena (laws, powers, forces, acts, principles, characteristics) of the operating system of Nature. As they evolved into humans, they had the desire and ability to express these understandings in different ways in accordance with their evolved genetic potential. Since early human expression by means of sound was insufficient to express their evolving thoughts, early humans used the already pre-made signs, symbols and sounds of Nature. These signs, symbols and sounds were a combination of those already being used by them, in addition to others which were imitations of other life forms in their environment.

Early humans took what was understood about one aspect of Nature and associated it with what they were noticing about another aspect of Nature. Thus, when a loud sound came from above, they associated it with an aspect of Nature that made a loud sound. Today we call the loud sound from above, thunder. We associate it with clapping, bursting, roaring, rumbling, grumbling, cracking, crackling, popping, booming, exploding. Early humans didn't start out having the word thunder or any of those other concepts. They associated the loud sound with another animal or with water falling over a cliff. Early humans were not using many of the words we are now using. Generation after generation have taken Sign-language and changed it until we end up with the versions in use today. All along the way through these many changes there have been periods of improved use of Sign-language and periods of deteriorated use of Sign-language.
Early humans were on point because they imitated Nature by using gesture movements and sounds and continued to evolve more forms of Sign-language. (Churchward, Signs & Symbols Of Primordial Man, 4; 49)

All of this re-configuring, transferring and translating Sign-language from Primates as Apes to Primates as Humans and from one form to another form, took place over several hundreds of thousands of years. (Churchward, Signs & Symbols Of Primordial Man, 48-9)

Shorter humans (misnamed Pgymies) are the first humans, the primitive humans from whom all other humans in existence today, sprang out of. These early humans were the founders of language, all human language. (Churchward, Signs & Symbols Of Primordial Man, 161)

Mdw Ntr Is Sign-Language

A form of Sign-language called Mdw Ntr (later called hieroglyphs) is what was used in the Nile Valley to record history and the mysteries from the time of early humans to the time of the last Egyptians. Mdw Ntr writing is a representation of earlier mysteries and evolved mysteries that were earlier danced and acted out (dramatized) through a variety of ceremonies and rituals.
The human use of Sign-language began when early humans imitated other aspects of Nature. This imitation then took on written forms such as drawings and paintings. This evolved into combinations of forms such as mythology and totemism. Naturally, due to the increasing database of knowledge, this evolved into a condensing of forms in order to more concisely capture a lot of information with a reduced number of signs and symbols. This is Mdw Ntr. Mdw Ntr is a compound form of representing aspects of Nature. Mdw Ntr is a highly concentrated, condensed form of multiple forms of Sign-language.
Even so, this Mdw Ntr remains true to form. It still shows us the connection of words and things in Nature, just as the separate components of Sign-language did. Mdw Ntr also shows us the connection of sounds and words and things in Nature. Sign-language and Mdw Ntr are also motion pictures. It is in a form where we control the speed of motion based on our level of understanding which animates our thinking. (Churchward, Signs & Symbols Of Primordial Man, 120-3)

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