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If there was a linear beginning, it didn’t begin with a bang and an aggressive explosion but with the gently whisper of the lover whose head rests next to yours on the pillow. It begins with the love of children yet to be and the laughter of birds signing to the daffodils. It begins with the thought of endless possibilities, fractal realities, ‘joyous incarnations of spirit in matter or matter in spirit. None of know for sure how it happened. It’s beyond our recollection of time, like the memories forgotten as the angel creased each upper lip saying “shhh”, the joy is in discovery.
If there was a beginning, it is waiting for us now.
We are the lovers whose wisdom includes the forgiveness of transgressions and the healing of old wounds. The trauma was our own test of the integrity of our spirit, of our ability to expand our love to include the burden of innocence.
Shakespeare had it right when he said that we are all actors on a stage. We recreate the hero’s journey, the stories of Kings and warriors, fractured fairy tales and love stories gone awry. We are living metaphors for the outcropping of every imagined possibility, good and bad. We are fractal offspring of pattern and matter endlessly spiraling. We are temporary, temporal and imaginary, but we are as real as we have known how to be…until now.
How many possible names of Gods and Goddesses might the vibrations of the undulating plasma have formed?
Supposing that there could have been multitudes of concurrent plasma instabilities, would the “voices” of multiple plasma figures have created a mythological chorus of sounds?
”Using only the vowel sounds, begin by making the ‘eeee’ sound heard in the word ‘me,’ with your jaw closed. At the same time use your vocal cords to intone the highest tone possible. Proceed from vowel to vowel-eeee, aaaa, oooo-letting your jaw open gradually as you purse your lips, all the while dropping the frequency of the tone you are singing until you are at the lowest tone possible and your mouth forms a perfect ‘o.’ Then, without stopping, reverse the sequence of sounds and events until you end where you began, with the ‘eeee’ sound.
You have just spoken the sacred name of God, YAHWEH, as the ancients heard it and subsequently articulated it in countless sacred ceremonies and holy proceedings in antiquity.“
© Anthony E. Larson, 2000