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sentient 10-05-2021 11:07 PM

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

Far out :hippy2: that is fascinating ….
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The sound was fear-inducing, so it was often used in warfare, but also in ritual celebrations, where it could send the listener into a trance.
Yes. It has that far reaching sound that goes into the silence and leaves a ‘scent’ of that sound behind …
And through that ‘scent’ one can go further into it …

Though I better not go. I might end up somewhere I wouldn’t know “where the f* am I?”

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ImthatIm 10-05-2021 11:49 PM

Here's the Carnyx in accompaniment.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C11LfdMV8js

And with the lyre.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCAh-9HjYvA

ImthatIm 11-05-2021 11:53 AM

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then I thought that if you say Didgeridoo – I would be highly sceptical.
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I would remain skeptical if I were you.:smile:
This type of communication seems filled with holes.
Different cultures, different upbringing, different education levels, different experiences.
Different understandings of words seems to be a big hurdle too.
Every time I write something it always feels incomplete.


Didgeridoo, awe that's funny.
I had a vid. linked in and deleted it because it was a didgeridoo player on a carnyx.
I thought it was hypocritical or deceptive.

I was going to pick the rain stick. LOL.(Joke)
There was a time I seen and heard them everywhere.:icon_puke_r:
They were cool for a minute.

ImthatIm 11-05-2021 04:02 PM

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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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Cool,cool.
Gotta Love the birds.
One big thing I love about Nature and All the creatures, is their motives are so pure.
Unlike the human species.

I got stung a few years back by a Bald Face Hornet.
It hit me hard and fast, stung once by my ear whole and then once by my eye before I even knew what happened.
I knew instantly though that I was in it's territory and it did not want me there.

I loved it because it was just pure communication.I have no doubt it could have done much worse if it needed to.
It actually filled me with joy and happiness.
Because I get tired of all the hidden intent in the human world or wondering about humans reasoning.

ImthatIm 11-05-2021 04:10 PM

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This is what I feel a bit sorry about.
I am sorry this happened to you…...
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It's all good, but thanks for the sentiment.
There has been a change of perspective on my end.

This has been my best lesson on Forgiveness.
So I view it as a gift to me which I found freedom through.:smile:

sentient 11-05-2021 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Didgeridoo, awe that's funny.
I had a vid. linked in and deleted it because it was a didgeridoo player on a carnyx.
I thought it was hypocritical or deceptive.


?
I find the Carnyx sound alone most fascinating, and in parts it does sound like a didgeridoo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRIQp4qZrrE

And there is that difference whether one uses it for creating war sounds or uses it for ceremonial ‘trance effects’ or plays it as a musical instrument.

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Didge:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyKD0KELl1w

I think I posted this before;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cizByru14jc

David’s talk:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2vqIPtqzLM

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sentient 11-05-2021 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
It's all good, but thanks for the sentiment.
There has been a change of perspective on my end.

This has been my best lesson on Forgiveness.
So I view it as a gift to me which I found freedom through.:smile:


There was a pattern of narcissists coming into my life, until I learned to say no.
And no meant, that I no longer took their emotional wellbeing as my responsibility.

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ImthatIm 11-05-2021 11:34 PM

sentient
This is the vid. of the Didgeridoo player on the Carnyx.
I thought it would be funny since your in Oz.
Then I thought better of it, like I said it seemed disingenuous to the Carnyx and it's use.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxfwEUL2Y_U

The Carnyx reminded me of my favorite childhood instrument, the vacuum hose.
I also wondered if the Carnyx and the Loch Ness monster had any connection.:icon_scratch:

Here is a 10 min. serious musical piece with Carnyx and other old instruments.

Forgotten sounds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxYvAs1179s

sentient 12-05-2021 03:14 AM

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
This is the vid. of the Didgeridoo player on the Carnyx.
I thought it would be funny since your in Oz.
Then I thought better of it, like I said it seemed disingenuous to the Carnyx and it's use.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxfwEUL2Y_U

You are so right & he is not a good didge player either! imo.

William Barton is another of ‘our’ known Didgeridoo men. (Traditionally not played by women).
Traditional singing at times gives me the chills …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PW7xVNdRtm4

But I am more intrigued by the Carnyx, because it has an ‘echo’ to it - didge doesn’t have.
And those ‘echoes’ can really capture my attention, but then I might get lost in them.
Like the silly & lame joke:
Have you heard of the lost tribe?”
No. Who are they?
Their name is “Where the f* are we?”

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
The Carnyx reminded me of my favorite childhood instrument, the vacuum hose.
I also wondered if the Carnyx and the Loch Ness monster had any connection.:icon_scratch:

The Dragon Head of the Carnyx reminded me of Rainbow Serpent at Darwin Airport:
https://henryfskerritt.files.wordpre...8/img_1973.jpg

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Originally Posted by ImthatIm
Here is a 10 min. serious musical piece with Carnyx and other old instruments.
Forgotten sounds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxYvAs1179s

Had watched that already & I really like this Abraham Cupeiro chap, he has got the passion and the feel for the instruments plus the technical know how to get into the spirit of things …

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ImthatIm 12-05-2021 03:39 AM

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You are so right & he is not a good didge player either! imo.

William Barton is another of ‘our’ known Didgeridoo men. (Traditionally not played by women).
Traditional singing at times gives me the chills …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PW7xVNdRtm4
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Stop it.
What!!
I feel tricked, what a treat that was.
Was not expecting that,as soon as He started playing strings I was hooked.
The was some top shelf music there.:laughing7:


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