posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 05:51 PM
I can't get past how often these more Common "M.E." findings are related to some sort of Advertising or to Trade-name. Many times they also seem to be
words with multiple spellings or some sort of slang. Tales-Tails, Tunes-Toons ETC. Honestly it almost seems as if some computer program is altering
things to often be grammatically correct, or as close as a computer could get with no knowledge of how people actually talk/ed.
We hear that some of the fundamental maths related to String Theory and Mandelbrot Sets are the exact same as what we find in the code of Internet
Search Engines, not like the same code but actually is the same code. That coupled with the effects we as Observers have on the outcomes of physical
events in our Universe makes me wonder if just by creating Google and the like we inadvertently physically linked the two worlds. Now that it is so
widespread everything we search for is formatted the same for us all. One simple error or change and the Collective Consciousness combined with the
Virtual world to make permanent physical changes to our reality. The common thread between both the Physical and Virtual worlds is Electricity, the
spin of electrons reacting with the world around them permeates all of existence.
While on the Subject i have discovered one of my own. Maybe some other old school guitarists will relate.
What are now "Hamer" Guitars I remember as "Hammer" Guitars. Primarily because of particular model guitar they made. In fact it is the only model I
know of from the brand. The "SlaMMer". Let's see HAmer Slammer, or HaMMer Slammer? Hamer(pronounced Hey-mer) Slammer just rolls off the tongue. I
still remember the white block double MM on the headstock.
Guitars are often named after a maker so you wouldn't be wrong to assume that happened here. While you aren't wrong to assume that, but this time it
is WAS wrong at least for a moment. No one named Mr or Mrs Hamer had a hand in this company. It was started by a well known luthier Jol Dantzig and a
guy named Montgomery, at least that is what the Wiki said when I first discovered someone calling them Hamer in a video a few months ago and went to
research what I knew had changed. I remember thinking, why would you name your Guitars Hamer if it's not a family name? I also remember thinking
Dantzig?! where did the "T" come from? Then went and jammed Mother in a Danzig memory moment.Well, none of that matters because, Now the Wiki lists a
Mr. Hamer. I know I risk being excommunicated by the membership for having a faulty memory, but I know what I saw. Maybe the search engine hadn't
caught up with all the changes or maybe as more people notice a change more evidence is created to back up the changes.
Thats right, NO ONE has all the answers. Many claim to know it all but I promise, NO ONE does. We live in a very amazing place that is in a constant
state of change. Maybe tomorrow will bring the answers we seek.