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sentient 09-05-2021 12:07 AM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Owls are owls.
I am not playing anything into it.
It will play out or it is what it is.

Yes.
Aaaaand ….
Even though I integrated into an Aboriginal tribe (because of my late partner) – I never lost my ‘Arctic’ subconscious (individual & collective) symbolism.

So, I guess, you need (?) to sort out, where yours came/come from - are yours Celtic?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrvwNxPUhgw

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ImthatIm 09-05-2021 01:42 PM

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Originally Posted by sentient
Yes.
Aaaaand ….
Even though I integrated into an Aboriginal tribe (because of my late partner) – I never lost my ‘Arctic’ subconscious (individual & collective) symbolism.

So, I guess, you need (?) to sort out, where yours came/come from - are yours Celtic?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrvwNxPUhgw

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I'll get back to you, once it's sorted.
The link didn't help.:smile:



EDIT:These links helped.:D
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY1Vc-ySc8g


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Swb_FmOYULQ

sentient 09-05-2021 10:10 PM

When an Aboriginal person wants to communicate their passing to the loved ones, they do not send an owl. Instead, they ‘send’ something else (I don’t think I should mention), but I have heard the story enough times now to know – this symbolic meaning ‘lives’ in their subconscious.

Even though I felt such “One Spirit” with the tribe, and for the life of me I could not see myself apart, when they started to bring their language back, it was as if I awoke from a dream. Like …”Hang on I have got my own language (and subconscious symbolic language - I may add)”.

Cultural differences are no impediment for experiencing/feeling “Oneness”, but they are respected.

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An Australian friend of mine (4th generation British Aussie - a tireless environmentalist and a reconciliation worker) still has her soul ‘patterned’ with harpsichord music.
I have a drum – she has an ancestral harpsichord connection.

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sentient 09-05-2021 11:52 PM

I do have an Irish ancestor. (Doesn’t everyone?).

He had been enlisted to the Swedish army, but deserted to back of the beyond woods in disguise … and became a forefather of a huge family, everybody in the vicinity is related to …

And another one – though indirect (?) relation and via Scotland to the Swedish war efforts …. who has been connected way back to the “Niall of the Nine Hostages” - history I never knew about, before I took the DNA-test.
When I think of them …:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8KmzzYCyJk

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My closest Aboriginal friends had an Irish grandfather – who became the fiddler of the tribe.
I mean, talk about the respected and celebrated differences, different talents which enrich the “Oneness”.

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sentient 10-05-2021 12:49 AM

OMG.
Before we had Rainbow Lorikeets.

Now we have got Sulphur Crested Cockatoo 'invasion' and the sound is deafening …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERYamZkj_xQ

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ImthatIm 10-05-2021 01:15 AM

sentient quote
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An Australian friend of mine (4th generation British Aussie - a tireless environmentalist and a reconciliation worker) still has her soul ‘patterned’ with harpsichord music.
I have a drum – she has an ancestral harpsichord connection.

Nope, no Celtic instrument to report.
Just a Celtic drinking and fighting streak, that messes with the subconscious.
No instrument at all, to my awareness of my subconscious.

Don't have anything owl to report from the subconscious neither.
Just "hoot owl"that's all I was informed about.
It seems he/she hunts a strip of field that was lined with electric towers.
There use to be a pair of small owls that would called back and forth,working the forest.
Have not heard them in years.They use to come through just after dusk.

A snowy owl did save our lives once.At least that's how we figured it.

sentient 10-05-2021 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Just a Celtic drinking and fighting streak, that messes with the subconscious.

This is what I feel a bit sorry about.
I am sorry this happened to you…...

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Nope, no Celtic instrument to report.
No instrument at all, to my awareness of my subconscious.

You can always ask, IF there is an instrument connected to your soul.
That is if you really intend to know …. and the answer might manifest.
The instrument could be anything…. and maybe from a connection, you have overlooked or didn’t know about …

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I don’t put much stock into these kind of websites, but curiously the meaning for the owl seems to be so different for Celtic people …
https://www.worldbirds.org/owl-symbolism/

But actually, I would agree with this:
Quote:

Snowy Owl – Seeing a snowy owl is perhaps the most serene encounter. It represents happiness and peace shortly.
A Snowy Owl can sooth a savage breast ....

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Had wondered how much truth there is in this story?
Imo. this was a lovely film, might watch it again:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqp2vIX9eaI

.... although I guess, people are put off by the context.

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ImthatIm 10-05-2021 04:52 PM

sentient

Ah ha!

I was reminded that about 5 years ago poetry started pouring forth
as if mused from my subconscious.
If you knew me, this was very odd at the time since it was so not of my character.

I felt at the time, "this is weird", but I did assume it must be from my European line.
I have been amused by it ever since. I can't write at will, but only when inspired.
I know it is not an instrument but it is in the same line.
So I can be part of the band.LOL

This rhyming and writing started me looking and paying attention to rap and song more.
But before that I don't think I categorized to much stuff as cultural in my subconscious.
There is some stuff Chinese related but much seems symbolically universal.
And of course I am the Jester or the Clown.:icon_jokercolor: sometimes disguised as a :icon_pirat:

ImthatIm 10-05-2021 05:15 PM

I have become partial to the Carnyx.
It has NOT come from the subconscious, but it does stir it.
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The carnyx was a wind instrument of the Iron Age Celts, used between c. 200 BC and c. AD 200. It was a type of bronze trumpet with an elongated S shape, held so that the long straight central portion was vertical and the short mouthpiece end section and the much wider bell were horizontal in opposed directions.

Aproximate translation of the first 42 seconds:

"The romans said that the celtic carnyx stood out 3 meters above the persons in battle. That people scampered away terrified, that they entered a strange trance state because they didn't know that sound.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEQsM4SApQs


Another Carnyx.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYM0xB5Jrc0

sentient 10-05-2021 07:51 PM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
I have become partial to the Carnyx.
It has NOT come from the subconscious, but it does stir it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEQsM4SApQs


What!?

That is the weirdest thing I have ever seen :icon_cyclops_ani:

Must confess.
The image that came to my mind fleetingly when I asked you the question, was like a long horn - trumpet thing, but the closest image I could think to visualize was a Tibetan horn:
https://c8.alamy.com/comp/RJJXMB/bud...pal-RJJXMB.jpg

& then I thought that if you say Didgeridoo – I would be highly sceptical.

But then you came up with “Carnyx” .
So, – not saying there is … but there might be something to it.

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