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The Language of Vampyr

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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 12:30 AM
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Hi. I was going to say exactly what you just said. So I figured I would post a reply. If you had a cypher with numbers then your jibberish translation can make sense with key words picked out of paragrapghs.




posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 12:41 AM
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this isnt always true and in this case we are talking about a blending of 2 lines of writing the cypher isnt a cypher at all it is a new language only adapted by those that understand it by the way it is composed I believe that this site isnt a cryptic cypher at all it is based in some no s*it heavy research by some ppl alot smarter then me



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 01:00 AM
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I saw someone mentioned that there is an Eiffel Tower located in a picture and their language is called Affel. Could their language be based around the Eiffel programming language?



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 01:24 AM
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I am sorry to bust into a thread that is fascinating, but well above my head.

Warhammer 40k was a board game (tactical role playing) that started back in 1987 with the game Rogue Trader. It's parent organizations Citadel Miniatures and Games Workshop have grown since then into multi-million dollar companies. It has spawned several hobbies including painting miniatures, playing the board game, several video games, a collectable card game, and even has a long list of well known authors under the Black Library publishing label.

It does not deal with vampires in any overt way. There is one chapter of marines (blood angels) that suffer from a genetic mutation described as the red thirst, and the Emperor of mankind resides in a "golden throne" that harvests the life force from sacrificial victims.

One of the first few posts really jumped out at me and my mind instantly went to warhammer 40k however. Way back in the early days (87-90) the storyline was that the ancient Slann created the races in the universe. These creatures were basically giant frogs with superior intellects. They were wiped out in a galactic war that led to the rise of their created races. All of that took place eons before mankind was beginning the process of evolution. That storyline has since been abandoned for the most part in 40k.

When someone ran an ancient (supposed) language through a translator, it struck me as odd that "frog" came up so much.

Letting the world in on the fact that I know all this kind of makes me feel a little dorkish. However, the hobby helped me stop drinking so all is good in this nerd's house.


+edit - Forgot to add that "Dark Millennium" was the original source book for the history of the 40k game when the game changed from Rogue Trader to Warhammer 40k
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 01:40 AM
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Just finished the thread completely.

Did not see that coming. The sheer scope of the task undertaken, not to mention complexity, all seemingly academic. Then... Cassini. Seemingly forthcoming dialogue with the site admin, all jammed into a neat 12odd pages.

Again, awesome cooperation and a truly academic approach by all constructively involved, this is what ATS is about if you ask me. Haven't seen many threads like this since when i first lurked back in the day.

I think whilst the OP's initial intuitive call is certainly justified, and observations very acute, I can't help but be more excited by the actual project itself, than the initially more ominous theme presented


Simply an incredible discovery. Mind blown. again, impressive work all.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 02:45 AM
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The road map on where we're heading with this one will be interesting, it will lead back in time through the Romani to Dravidian cultures, it will lead back to the first time, Cassini Diskus not being an attempt to create a new language to communicate with 'aliens' but an attempt to re-create the language of the 'Gods', a re-opening of the portals and resumed direct contact...which is were the odd quantum physicist will come in handy.


Need to find were they locate this intermediate inscription to the Cassini Diskus from.






And to translate the Proto-Elamite...





I've looked at a lot of their articles but the first one i came across is probably still the most relevent to my enquiry.


Jiroft


And it's my favourite subject


Stargates of Iran






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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 02:51 AM
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For those coming into this late, this is not about vampires, this has nothing to do with the occult, espionage, halliburton, or anything to that nature. I have drawn the conclusions this is the work of people that work in secret to continue to work without hassles from the outside. I draw my conclusions from testing all kinds of information I have heavily looked into as well as other means, all this information is contained in this thread or at least linked from this thread for review so people can draw their own conclusions if they actually read all the info. This is some very serious scientific work that they are doing, I don't think that it is in any way shape or form a Vampyr Language or is in anyway associated with vampires. I was told once about people working in secret because they remember the inquisition, I BELIEVE this is one of them instances and there is much knowledge to be gained within this thread to do all that denying of ignorance bit. Some of my inferences earlier on were terribly off the mark but if you read what Ayndryl has to say you can start to piece together what it is they are doing, and that isnt getting stars for playing war hammer.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 02:54 AM
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No it isnt it Cessani Diskus is converting langauge into sound you know those wierd music videos? I tend to believe that is how you read/listen to Cessani Diskus.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:04 AM
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Well that is applied usage of the patterns involved, were the underlying premise is concerned with the fractals and such that underpin all language and creation itself, a search for the purest means of generation, it won't just involve sound and vision but the whole caboodle...



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:06 AM
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because it is easier to encode something with a function regarding shape and color and then it would encompass the whole caboodle 65 million colors how about one color per word and check your U2U box
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:15 AM
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Originally posted by galadofwarthethird

Originally posted by JayinAR
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We write left to write cuz most folks are right handed. They don't get crap all over their hand that way.
I am not so lucky.


So your saying left handed people get crap all over there hand. I mean sure, why not, we write left to right because most folks are right handed. But why do you also think left to right?


How does one ascertain the direction in which one thinks?

Language is a fluid medium of communication, with different languages ultimately serving that purpose. Chinese is derived from pictograms, not an alphabet, and it is read right to left. Does it communicate anything that cannot be communicated in English? I think not, it's just another vessel with which to serve a function.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:23 AM
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language is not fluid only fractal to the ones that speak it, only a certain speaker or groups of speakers can orate the intended meaning of a word because of cultural and linguistic ties. One cannot describe a cultural aspect or belief of reality and then have a translated word with the same meaning only a rough translation a jist of what is intended.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:41 AM
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We need to find more connections with their work.

The patent on nodespaces that brings up a clear connection to Halliburton is odd but it is true.

I reckon there is a hidden network connected to this work.

I think I know what the site admin means when she/he says , even if you learn how to speak Russian, you still won't feel Russian.

That statement has more to it than the obvious because when i was a child i lived in Germany in a British barracks, i felt a ominous feeling when other kids spoke to me. I believe being in the vicinity of lots of German people made me realise at a young age, different languages evoke a different feeling. When i compared the languages, i felt German kids who spoke gave of a feeling of "what are we going to do about it or what are you going to do". I didn't understand them, this was just the feeling i got as a child. Because i recognised a difference, i looked back to English kids and noticed a very obvious difference , they gave of a feeling of "lets go do this or we got things to be doing". I can't describe the feelings very well but there was a difference. Anyway i built a preference to these two differentiating feelings and my preference was the Germans. They seemed more connected with their surroundings whereas the English kids were keen to get into a position or be somewhere.

The admin of that site mentioned a new language that was about being spatial and the last comparison i gave between German and English kids fits this feeling.

I don't think i would of had these feelings if it wasn't for me being able to compare languages because i lived in Germany from such an early age.
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:46 AM
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because it is easier to encode something with a function regarding shape and color and then it would encompass the whole caboodle 65 million colors how about one color per word

ABOVE HERE ^ That's what nodespaces does, it is analytic software also converts text to sound text can also be images. The patent that I provided I am not entirely sure is the right one, as that patent is for node space which is a wide and reaching topic it could or could not be the one for the tech. Please don't take it at face value, halliburton is far reaching. I don't buy it, but there is more then enough links and info to dig through in this thread it's there and doesn't involve vampires or government
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 04:09 AM
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I made an edit to my post

second line.



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 05:21 AM
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While in the employ of Pope Clement IX (1700-1721), Cassini published a series of tablets in 1668 based on the eclipses of Jupiter´s moons. Cassini travelled to France in 1669 to make astronomical observations crucial to improved navigation and mapping for the french royal fleet.

The french jesuit John Baptist de Fontenay, who was sent to China in 1685, was a well trained mathematician. He was resposible for astronomical observations and communicated regularly with Cassini in the Paris academy of Science until his return to Paris in 1703.

Enlarged in 1676, Cassinis Ephemerides, permitted astronomers to detrmine the latitude and longitude of the point from which they made their observations. Around 1675-1679, France began a national survey relying on Cassini´s tablets for accurate measurements.

If you correlate this information to the chart like, and what seems to me, astronomical ephemerides in some form of an alien language with a complex pattern variation of pictographs , you might come closer to the mystery behind this mysterious plate that is currently investigated by this linguistic group.

We seem to deal with a finding of an ancient star-map, written in a 'language' unknown to the public with the exception of these few selcted linguistic geniuses.

I believe there is a good reason this ancient discus is referred to as "Cassini´s discus". Perhaps we are dealing with some secret 'Stargate'/Space mapping-project that needs to be solved.

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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 05:46 AM
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Thanks those are great deductions, the evidence for such interests is certainly there.




This Brownian motion can push the field F from one minimum of V(F) to another. Then, after the end of inflation, the field F becomes trapped by the minimum to which it jumped, and it cannot move from it anymore. However, in different exponentially large domains of the Universe this field may be trapped in different minima. As a result, the Universe becomes divided into exponentially large domains with different types of elementary particle physics inside each of them.]Advanced Fermionic Communication Protocols



Advanced Fermionic Communication Protocols



To engage the flux quantization mechanism as a source of nonlinearity in the metamaterial we enclose a nest of superconducting wire loops into a resonant split-ring resonator thus creating a meta-molecule, the building block of metamaterial that resembles a wood-cut. For an electromagnetic wave normally incident on the array of such meta-molecules, the magnetic field of the incident wave is not directly engaged in the flux quantization. However, incident electromagnetic wave polarized along the gap will drive an oscillating current in the loop that will produce oscillating magnetic field embraced by the split-ring. The nest of superconducting wire loops inside the split-ring will respond depending on the amplitude of the generated magnetic field: it will block the field penetration inside the ring at low levels of magnetic field, or will allow penetration at high levels of excitation. This will modify the inductive properties of the meta-molecule and thus its resonant response.



Metamaterials and Unexpected Visitors


The information encode in carved geoglyphs and the carved intermediate inscriptions are also to be found lower down on the second linked page.





Seeing stars...
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 05:56 AM
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Interesting wonder where they go with this investigation into mixing languages up.
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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 05:57 AM
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Gah! Nothing on ATS has both fascinated me and frustrated me like this topic! It's like even you guys are speaking a language I can't understand, it's so far over my head.

Anyways, thanks to all for the riveting material, even if it escapes me.


Maybe someone could take pity and post a "Vampyr for Dummies" recap of your best assessment...in easy to grasp terms?



posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 06:02 AM
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I think they are just experimenting and such like. Exploring the possibilities of linguistics.

On their website they are showing the studies of actual existing historic cultures.


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