Symbolism and Navajo Teachings About the Rainbow and Rock Crystals   CGPT   Navajo teachings and traditions encompass a rich cultural and spiritual heritage that has been passed down through generations. The Navajo, or Diné, as they call themselves, meaning “The People,” have a deep connection with the land, the elements, and all living things, which is reflected in their myths, stories, and ceremonies. … Read more

Imagination. Manifestation. Law of Attraction — Auto-Didactic with “Archaix”   “…this unseen entity not only cares for you, it wants to be in a relationship with you so it can experience this life with you, not just observing you..once you understand this, it’ll build anything and the perimeters is within your own psyche”   Divine Mirror. Mental architect — does not build, dreams. … Read more

The sound of ancient Languages

Old Norse – Old Nordic, Old Scandinavian, is a stage of development of North Germanic dialects before their final divergence into separate Nordic languages.  Old Norse was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and their overseas settlements and chronologically coincides with the Viking Age. Mayan – Once the main language of the Mayan empire, it was … Read more

Hip-Hop Identifies as Religion

Censored by Youtube but this one is also good G Craige Lewis “The truth behind hip-hop” Recorded In 1999 CGPT G. Craige Lewis is the founder of EX Ministries and has been a vocal critic of hip-hop culture, which he argues has a negative impact on youth. His work through EX Ministries focuses … Read more

Tonality, Vocal Intonation, Speech, Speaking, Language, Words

How do we sound credible? Dr. Sicola shows how your vocal delivery influences how your message is received, and how to use it to your advantage. Watch Laura Sicola’s talk to learn how to hone your “vocal executive presence” and make your desired vocal impact.   Tonality, vocal intonation, speech, language, and words are … Read more

Music as a Language: Victor Wooten     Victor Wooten, a renowned bassist and music educator, eloquently advocates for viewing music as a language. This perspective is central to his teaching philosophy and is engagingly explored in his book, “The Music Lesson: A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music.” Through this lens, Wooten offers insights into the learning and teaching … Read more

Visoko, Enigma of the Bosnian Pyramids, Huger and Deeper than Giza

This is probably the most important geological discovery and work in this lifetime. It is accessible, unlike Egypt. Several pyramids in the Bosnian complex are arranged in specific geometric pattern.     Visoko, often referred to as the “Enigma of the Bosnian Pyramids,” is a town located in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It gained international … Read more