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posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 03:55 PM
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Has anyone ever stumbled across some website or something that claimed to have some alien language? I'm not worried about the authenticity of it yet, I'm just curious.

The Dulce Files make a brief reference to an allegedly universal alien language called Eusshu... Anyone ever heard of this anywhere else?




posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:02 PM
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This is a good website that I found. Dont know how accurate it is but it looks cool. Tell me what you think.


www.anomalies-unlimited.com...



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:10 PM
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well if alians are real it would follow that they would speak a foren language. heck all earthlings do not have a common language themselves. if you are a christion then the bible tells us that this was to divide the people as they were beginning to get a wee bit full of themselves, and not scatering to fill the world as per God's instructions. as far as we know he may have even gotten rid of the original language all together. so mabe the "alians" use the original language. or mabe if God created more than one "earth" that they may have even started out with a differant language. only God truely knows atm. the only "alian" comunicatin i have heard of so far is telipathic in nature.



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by Event Horizon
This is a good website that I found. Dont know how accurate it is but it looks cool. Tell me what you think.


www.anomalies-unlimited.com...



Wow, that's some pretty perplexing stuff, especially the Gobi Desert Scroll and Voynich Manuscript. I think the ones that were just found are more likely to be authentic than the ones with claims from channelers and such. But even if they're man-made, it's still pretty cool. Thanks for the link Event Horizon.

How about the actual spoken words?

[edit on 17-4-2005 by CloudlessKnight]



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by CloudlessKnight

How about the actual spoken words?





I would suggest trying the old saying..."Take me to your leader!"

........or maybe even try "ACK ACK ACK ACK" as we ALL learned from
~Mars Attacks~.......many truths are hidden within fiction....



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:24 PM
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The symbols on the index page of my site are in the alien language of the most advanced of the races that visits Earth.

www.TheProjectAtEarth.com...

What the symbols say is the motto of the organization of visiting races. The end symbols are the quotation marks. It says "With the love of family and God." I don't know which symbols say what otherwise. In this race's language, when they say "family" that includes friends.

I have not heard from alien life of there being one Universal language, but telepathy is the Universal way of communicating.

I believe that the Dulce Files are part of the professional propaganda- one way to entice a following of intelligent, interested people with some obvious truths, and then continue to lead them convincingly away from what is actual.

From what I understand from the aliens, each race has its own unique vocal language. Each of the ones I have heard sound "nothing" like our vocal sounds. They sound like very strange noises. When we hear them talking to us in their own language, telepathically we still hear them speaking to us in our own language.

[edit on 4/17/2005 by EarthSister]



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:25 PM
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Early CE3 experiences (50s and 60s) often involved aliens that 'barked' to one another in a deep, growling language. In recent times, however, the general concensus is that the 'gray' alien type communicate sthrough telepathy (which means that they may have no 'language' as we understand the term... In human beings, even, the part of the brain that 'thinks' up sentences is separate from the part that actually assigns words to those thoughts, so telepathy might involve direct communication between the 'thinking' parts of two brains without the need for diction or sentence structure).

The anomalies page another poster provided is interesting. People might find it usefull to look at 'alien script' that is known to be fake (in this case fake writing used on star trek displays) so as to get an idea of what a hoaxed alien script might look like:
www.ex-astris-scientia.org...



posted on Apr, 17 2005 @ 04:31 PM
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Message to Gort:

Klatu barado nikto...



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 03:36 AM
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www.galactic-server.net...

They have writing of the language's to sound files of language's all they gathered from channelings they did in the 90's they also have everything eles you could think of.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 11:11 AM
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Message to Gort:

Klatu barado nikto...



On a related topic, Random House Publishing is re-releasing "To Serve Man", now with a new preface by Hannibal Lecter (updated from the last edition, with the preface by Jeffery Dahmer and the descendants of the Donner Party)

Anyways...one thing I've always been somewhat curious of is why a lot of scientists consider math or numbers to be the main way to communicate with an alien civilization. I mean, we may have the same principles, forumlae, etc., but whose to say that it would be expressed in a way they/we could understand? I mean, if a Japanese person wanted to explain math to me, they would have to use the arabic numeral system or I would have to learn their system of writing numbers (that may be a very, very crappy example, but I seem to remember Chinese or Japanese writing uses symbols for numbers that look nothing like 1, 2, 3...)

Even using arabic symbols, it can be kind of strange sometimes when dealing with different versions of the same concept. For example, you have a basic linear equation y= 5x + 6. This can be written as f(x) = 5x + 6. In algebra, we're taught y = mx + b, m = slope, so the slope is 5. In calculus, it can be written using derivative notation, and you have f'(x) = 5. An algebra student might not make the leap to say f'(x) is the slope of the graph. Okay, maybe another bad example, but I hope the overall point is there.

I think the only way of communication without intensive linguistic study would be through telepathy, whether that's possible or not. I don't think that sending up 1600 bytes of 1's and 0's will get much across; it may not make any sense to them what so ever. Then again, as many radio signals as we've beamed out, maybe they already speak all of our earthen languages. But I pray to God that they've gotten close enough to pick up on the newer lingos we use; if a gray came up to me and said "Your planet is swell!" I think I'd laugh us into an invasion.



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 04:07 PM
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>>On a related topic, Random House Publishing is re-releasing "To Serve Man", now with a new preface by Hannibal Lecter (updated from the last edition, with the preface by Jeffery Dahmer and the descendants of the Donner Party)



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 06:40 PM
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Originally posted by siriuslyone

That will be great to see, To Serve Men had me fooled to the very end..
We lost a wonderful mind when Serling died at such a young age..
IMO, the gray HAVE to use telepathy or a trance medium to get through to us..one problem thay have is emotions of humans are foreign to them, as the lost emotional baggage eons ago..


Off topic just a bit... How do you know they lost emotional baggage eons ago, as apposed to never had emotions, as we know them, to begin with? Maybe our emotions are something completely new to them, but instead of admitting that they don't know what emotions are, they claim that they're more evolved than us because they got rid of them a long time ago.

A little more on topic... If it came to telepathy, I think we would have an easier time understanding them than they would understanding us and our complex emotions. Their logical thinking would be easier for us to figure out. Probably even easier for us to understand them than it would be for us to understand ourselves.

[edit on 18-4-2005 by CloudlessKnight]



posted on Apr, 18 2005 @ 07:06 PM
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>>Off topic just a bit... How do you know they lost emotional baggage eons ago, as apposed to never had emotions, as we know them, to begin with? Maybe our emotions are something completely new to them, but instead of admitting that they don't know what emotions are, they claim that they're more evolved than us because they got rid of them a long time ago.

A little more on topic... If it came to telepathy, I think we would have an easier time understanding them than they would understanding us and our complex emotions. Their logical thinking would be easier for us to figure out. Probably even easier for us to understand them than it would be for us to understand ourselves.



posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 02:19 AM
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Try to decode this. It is from the Essassani. Not sure if it is "Universal" but i feel im supposed to show it and someone is supposed to decode the message.




Master Primer of Symbols










Symbols to decode








posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 02:49 AM
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Originally posted by MCory1
I mean, if a Japanese person wanted to explain math to me, they would have to use the arabic numeral system or I would have to learn their system of writing numbers (that may be a very, very crappy example, but I seem to remember Chinese or Japanese writing uses symbols for numbers that look nothing like 1, 2, 3...)


as far as i know the japanese use arabic numbers.



posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 03:45 AM
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the aliens have shown me lots of symbols but I didn't remember them clearly enough to draw as they were quite complex. They also use English writing to communicate with me. Also they don't think like us. We follow a logic which is ultra ignorant from their point of view as it is based on a tiny narrow 3-d conception of reality.

On the off topic tangent I believe the aliens don't have emotions because this is a virtual reality world. It's a game to them nothing more and they can't get emotional about it at all because they are such realists. But when you get to know them you'll find they do have aloof emotions and feelings that relate to their own reality where we all originally come from.

btw thanks for all the interesting links to different languages.

I found that Aztec and Mayan art made a lot of sense after being with the aliens. Their art is a multidimensional abstract language depicting related activities taking place at the same time on different planes of existence. To my mind the Mayan and Aztec etc artwork contains the deepest secrets of life.



posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 03:55 AM
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Originally posted by probedbygrays
the aliens have shown me lots of symbols but I didn't remember them clearly enough to draw as they were quite complex. They also use English writing to communicate with me. Also they don't think like us. We follow a logic which is ultra ignorant from their point of view as it is based on a tiny narrow 3-d conception of reality.

On the off topic tangent I believe the aliens don't have emotions because this is a virtual reality world. It's a game to them nothing more and they can't get emotional about it at all because they are such realists. But when you get to know them you'll find they do have aloof emotions and feelings that relate to their own reality where we all originally come from.

btw thanks for all the interesting links to different languages.

I found that Aztec and Mayan art made a lot of sense after being with the aliens. Their art is a multidimensional abstract language depicting related activities taking place at the same time on different planes of existence. To my mind the Mayan and Aztec etc artwork contains the deepest secrets of life.


Reality is nothing more than a game? We live in a virtual reality world? Sometimes I wonder what you're going to say next. ATS is a pretty far out place, and you're pretty far out of the mainstream. Just out of curiosity, but why is it that the majority of the people who claim to have contact with EBEs all speak of similiar things, and you talk about stuff that no one else really does?

I consider this to be on topic too, since you brought up the Mayan and Aztec art styles and you think that there is alot more to them than we see. But how can that be? The Mayan and Aztec styles are very different in some cases.

How do the Aliens communicate with you? Is it telepathic, and if so, how do you communicate back?



posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 04:29 AM
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good points Mezzanine. It's going to take things way off topic to go there however so I'd best skip it, i'm sorry






posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 04:43 AM
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heres sum nice pics of the aztec lay out www.earthmatrix.com...

they built there city using geometry of there sun tablet

there is a story of an alien tribe in the hymalayers leaving behind ancient tablets they also found 6 small bodies burried with them it was called dropa stones

they would have if any the closet to alian sybols or wrighting code on them

hwww.crystalinks.com...

hope this helps out



posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by MCory1

Anyways...one thing I've always been somewhat curious of is why a lot of scientists consider math or numbers to be the main way to communicate with an alien civilization. I mean, we may have the same principles, forumlae, etc., but whose to say that it would be expressed in a way they/we could understand? I mean, if a Japanese person wanted to explain math to me, they would have to use the arabic numeral system or I would have to learn their system of writing numbers (that may be a very, very crappy example, but I seem to remember Chinese or Japanese writing uses symbols for numbers that look nothing like 1, 2, 3...)


comonality , and universal constants

we call the relationship between the circumfrance and diameter of a circle pi .

an alien , would hopefully realise fast that we what we call pi is in his language " bior " or some such

also basic artithmetic is universal - an from counting you can quickly expand to the basic mathematical formula [ add , subtract , multiply , divide etc ] and in doing so you add one word to the shared vocabulary

thats how unknown languages are deciphered - first build a volcabulary - the grammar / syntax etc comes later .

but maths is doubly usefull as the basic properties of geometric shapes shouls be " obvious " to any advanced race

and they are easy to explain pictorally .

and that is the foot in the door you need to start building a shared vocabulary .

bevcause starting from scatch holding an orange and saying " orange ", then holding an apple up and sayoing " apple " is not terribly helpfull

with no frame of refference , does " apple " mean green , apple , second object , two ???? etc etc

thats why maths is seen as a possible key .



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