There is a Vampiric group that appear to have quite extraordinary linguistic skills, i'll try and outline their activities and interests, though this
is difficult as they write in languages that are extinct from around the world or otherwise completely unknown, an example of the difficulties
Article illustrations for Forgotten
That is an example of an engineered language they refer to as Cassini Diskus, they publish articles written in this on their website, without
This is their homepage, they have listed 14 contributers to the left hand side of the page, around half of them are regular contributers, yet they
write articles in the language of many worldwide extinct cultures, African, Amazonian, Albanian, you name it they do it.
The background to their research is that of the vampiric cult, so seemingly a group of extremely gifted linguists that always provide extensive
academic bibliographic referances, yet are also given to producing disturbing videos on vampiric theme;
Something is seriously weird around those parts. As an example of this intrigue, they have an article that suggests that Voynich is an adaption of a
cryptic language known as Franciscan Alashi;
Voynich and Alashi
Which might be an interesting comparison, yet Alashi is also seemingly an unknown language, yet is mentioned and written within around 50 of their
English quotations are sometimes found on the site but not often, the language they most commonly write in they refer to as Affel, supposedly a
Romanian Vampiric dialect, they have many articles concerned with Affel and Romaniel
If you run this through google translate it will recognise a few words it thinks are Romanian, but only give garbled translation. I don't consider
this falsification of language, for example they have a few articles involving archaic English, and this looks fine;
De aldig sprekning aff de land folk aff de sud vest aff Engelland, seenens til har komen neder, met en diversning kama sneler dan da aff de ven av
tragenig aff sprekning vorms, van de sprak va vor forealdigrear, de folgenear aff de Seneks op letear Cèrdik ent Kynrik, Stuf ent Wyddgár, brovt van
de sud aff Danmark, der iland sitplats, va Kong Enylfrot kals "Eenlyd Zeeksen" oder Aldig Seksen, i va is nun Holstei, ent van de tri eelands
Niderdstrent, Busen ent Heligoenland
The articles themselves generally give an historic overview of the culture involved, and relgious and spiritual practise that seem of particular
interest to the group, so often spiritual texts and poetry will be quoted in the relevant language.
In the Loopscapes section of their website they write their own poetry and discuss the vampiric tradition, mainly in Affel, which i can sort of get
the gist of and basically follow some of their invocations.
Their interest in language is essentialy that of the Demoniac, speaking and writing in unknown tongues, though interaction with archaic spirits, but
this is studied in conjunction with the very latest theories on language and semiotics, and the underlying patterns of a Universal language, this
group is certainly fully informed, and seemingly well ahead in the game...
Philosophy of Language
language, not primitive egotistic interests, is the first and greatest divider, it is because of language that we and our neighbors (can)
“live in different worlds” even when we live on the same street. What this means is that verbal violence is not a secondary distortion, but the
ultimate resort of every specifically human violence.
Poetry, however, is not an aimless imagining of whimsicalities and not a flight of mere notions and fancies into the realm of the unreal. What poetry,
as illuminating projection, unfolds of unconcealedness and projects ahead into the design of the figure, is the Open which poetry lets happen, and
indeed in such a way that only now, in the midst of beings, the Open brings beings to shine and ring out
One thing you have to appreciate here is that animistic belief systems are not dualistic. Rather, they tend to be deixic. That is, animism is commonly
associated with perspectivism. Where animism holds that non-human agents have human qualities, perspectivism holds that they also see themselves and
the world from a human perspective.
Pharmacovigilance exceptionally reports some language modifications (side-effects?) after drug or any other substances exposure; that is the
case of that 54 year old english speaking male who, following general anaesthesia, transiently spoke in spanish (language switching).
The discovery of mirror neurons has generated intense multidisciplinary interest in intersubjective forms of communication, beginning with imitation
and mimicry and progressing to simulating the mind of others as a way of grasping their intentions. Unfortunately, perhaps unavoidably, in the midst
of all of this wonderful scientific research there has been limited attention to the deeper subjective meanings associated with the measurements.
Having 'entered the subject's world' we are then in a position to question purpose and negotiate alternative solutions. The latter is usually
accomplished using a combination of overt, and covert communication. Covert communication is here defined as a set of communication devices designed
to evoke, mobilise and move the subject's associative processes in a therapeutic direction
it is clear that on the basis of our theory, the general goal of therapy would not necessarily imply the elimination of voices, because as we have
previously explained they help the subject become adapted to his environment. Therapy in our opinion should help subjects accept voices
So like i said, this group is highly enigmatic, though they put much out in plain sight, they provide no explanations and the archaic languages make
them difficult to comprehend
They work on something known to them as 'The Dark Millenium' project, whatever this involves, it doesn't look pretty;
Any help and insight on understanding this group will be appreciated, whether debunking or otherwise, as they disturb me. I did wonder if they're
Which claims to have the worlds largest online library.
edit on 11-7-2013 by Kantzveldt because: (no reason given)