posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 07:10 AM
Came across this a while ago when I got engrossed in the 28/10/11 thread here at ATS. Cannot even remember how I landed on this page ..only that it
had to do with the most beautiful sounding word in the English language, which some writers and poets attribute to cellar-door. I know, I don't
really get it either? musical sounding apparently ? Anyway....I played around with cellar-door and somehow this lead me to "selahdor" .....ask me to
explain the leap and I am afraid I cannot, just the way my brain works I guess. I seem to recall a hebrew or greek reference I used at the time which
consisted of two phrases, which I somehow combined into selahdor? sketchy, I know, apologies for rambling.
I, now and then, return to this page, just to see if there is an actual entry point opened up, but there never is.
I have done lots of searches for cellar door ( which leads to lots of Donnie Darko references ) and selahdor (which seems to be a line of fashion
I know it could just be a work in progress for some kind of marketing event, or an abandoned dead end on the internet. But I can't explain why it
continues to bug me from time to time.
I would really appreciate any internet whiz out there who could shed any light on this or open up a fresh trail for me to follow ( with my limited
Just throwing this out there, and I appreciate anyone who has read my rambling this far.