universal verbal language

 Jan Reed (@janreed1)4 years, 8 months ago

There is evidence of the existence of moral sciences based on comparison of collective consciousnesses of groups.
There is also evidence of the existence of universal meanings of sounds used in human languages. See: http://www.universalverballanguage.org
The work is the first site listed for “universal verbal language” on Google and Bing. You might want to read the introduction to the work, as well as, “Theory of linguistic derivation: continuing study” and “Unconscious frameworks in your consciousness”, on the site.
Note – the academic establishment, and, for all practical purposes, all of those in the rest of the establishment, are opposed to research in this field. They wish to suppress truth, knowledge, and understanding of the universal basis of human language, and understanding of the MORAL SCIENCES (see the introduction to the work on the home page).
Jan Reed – owner of domain names
http://www.universalverballanguage.com , .net , .org
http://www.oneplanetonenation.net , .org
http://www.moralsciencefoundation.com , .net , .org
– replies can also be sent to: [email protected]

February 16, 2014 at 1:40 pm
Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

The intent behind your work is clearly righteous, but I will point out there is new terminology that downplays your approach; Pseudo-scientific spirituality. I personally love this kind of faith but humans like to find negative connotations to counter it.

I tend to focus on a more grounded approach; people can identify the emotions that they experience, what they do not identify is when stimuli has been specifically designed to elicit a prescribed response, fears and desires are appealed to in the human condition because such is a method to manipulate people.

I have a saying “We all have fear and desire, and whosoever should appeal to them most effectively shall become our master” fear and desire are the shackles that we are dragged about by, and the promise of wonderment and security from harms directs our actions, not in a sense of justice but in compulsion of panic and lust.

So the key is awareness of how our fears and desires are making choice in place of our own nature, the conditioning of zero confidence with our own determination so as to replace it with agenda not born of our own heart but of the world that seeks dominance over our strengths by festering in our weakness.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

I think it is a matter of principle; people pride themselves on freedom, but to think we are but slaves to our fears and desires is unconscionable, in such is born the stubbornness to overcome their hold.

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Anonymous (64) (@) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

That is a brilliant quote above: ““We all have fear and desire, and whosoever should appeal to them most effectively shall become our master” fear and desire are the shackles that we are dragged about by, and the promise of wonderment and security from harms directs our actions, not in a sense of justice but in compulsion of panic and lust.”

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Jan Reed (0) (@janreed1) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

Mr. Butler;
You seem to miss the point of my research, my intent in starting this discussion, and the research of others in this field completely: the discussion was intended to start a conversation on the scientific evidence regarding the possible existence of a universal verbal language; the research on the subject is not a matter of emotion or whether the theory may or may not represent “righteousness”, it is a matter of FACT – the discussion was intended to consider the facts, and the research is designed and intended to bring the study of evidence regarding the existence of universal associations between language sound and meaning into the realm of fact and scientific evidence.
Did you even read the entire text of my “Introduction” to my work, my “Theory of linguistic derivation: continuing study”, my “Unconscious frameworks in your consciousness”, or the research of Sapir (1929 – my Introduction, footnote 1), Brown, et. al. (1955 – footnote 2), or Maurer, et. al. (2006 – footnote 10) ?
The comments and claims in your statement made virtually no specific reference to any research in the field of universal verbal language. While your comments indicate some intention or wish to serve the benefit of the human community, your generalized comments regarding the research indicated only your inability to separate yourself and your ego from science in relation to the subject – your inability to accept unbiased, dispationate consideration of factual evidence regarding the existence of a universal verbal language. Your comments and assertions made no reference to, and do not address any specific fact considered in the scientific research on the subject of universal verbal language. Your generalizations amount to no intelligent criticism of any aspect of research or any real interest in knowledge on the subject of universal verbal language. The fact that you may not like the results, or possible results, of research does not comprise any intelligent or relevant comment on any scientific research. In scientific terms, your comments are unworthy of being dignified by a response. However, because this is a forum, even those who are ignorant in a field are entitled to a response.
First, your attempt to impugn the research by claiming to identify it as “pseudo-science” without reference to any scientific research, or any claim of scientific error in the research, or any reference to any error in any research in the field is beneath contempt.
While skepticism is useful, skepticism, without knowledge of the scientific research in a field is as useful to the interests of human community as denial of evolution.
I, for one, do not claim that my research and data is without possible technical criticism, or differing possible interpretations, however, considering the fact that all of the research ( two papers , “Theory…” and “Theory…:continuing study” ), was done by an undergraduate with no research funding, it is reasonable to assume that there could be differences in interpretation of facts and data. However, the existence of a serious possibility that the theory and hypothesis are correct, in my opinion, should be considered sufficient evidence that the research in the field, as well as other moral sciences, should be continued and funded, and deserves an opportunity for rigorous testing.
You seem to be have deluded yourself into imagining that you are the controlling “authority” in this field, a condition, needless to say, I consider an obvious expression of both your anger and your wish to defend your group megalomania.
Perhaps, after you read more of the research in the field, you can contribute more intelligent comments, without reference to emotion. After you read considerably more of the research in the field, responsible and intelligent comments would be welcome.
Mr. Jan Reed

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

So the study suggests there may be a correlation between voiced fricatives in each language and prevailing violence trends? It is interesting to say the least, I am wondering if there is a correlation between voiced fricatives and resonate frequencies? I’m inclined to believe vibrational tones would have certain affects on human behaviour rather than certain words, just that fricatives are more likely to strike certain tones.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

Have you done any research into resonate frequencies and sacred geometry? Perhaps by identifying the tones created by certain fricatives you can see the patterns they form. When you place sand grains on a surface an introduce frequency vibrations, they form sacred geometric shapes, maybe you could look into doing experiments like this with the resonate frequencies of fricatives in order to determine the geometric results and look for correlations that way (?)

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

The thing I was criticising was because I clicked on a link you provided and it was something about “the infinite one” and that came off as bizarre and cultish to me. A lot of people are pseudofying science to promote their spiritual/philosophical agendas, in the vein of Deepak Chopra.

So I may have jumped to conclusions about the other work you provided before I read any of it.

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Jan Reed (0) (@janreed1) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

good that you read some of the work. The scientific work on universal language has only to do with the associations stated in the general theory and the first hypothesis. Your attempted links to your fantasized associations have nothing to do with it.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

Anyway, as I said; resonating frequencies can form geometric patterns, the words we speak are sounds, they are resonating frequencies with vibrational results, experimentation with the resonate frequencies of fricatives can form geometric patterns, and geometric patterns can be analysed mathematically.

Finding correlation on that level would be further definitive evidence to build the science on, just a suggestion.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

The thing I was criticising was because I clicked on a link you provided and it was something about “the infinite one” and that came off as bizarre and cultish to me. A lot of people are pseudofying science to promote their spiritual/philosophical agendas, in the vein of Deepak Chopra.

So I may have jumped to conclusions about the other work you provided before I read any of it.

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Jan Reed (0) (@janreed1) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

butler is an ignorant that is the voice of ignorance – an enemy of truth and knowledge. The enemies of truth and knowledge are the enemies of humanity – enemies of all who serve the interests of the human community.
Ignorance is the way of the enemies of God.

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Jan Reed (0) (@janreed1) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

The above comment ( 2/20/2014 ) was in response to Butler’s first uninformed statement. Butler has since read some of the work.
Needless to say, it is the case :
Ignorance is the way of the enemies of God.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 8 months ago ago

No, ignorance isn’t a threat to anything, the ignorant prove their own lack of credibility. Knowledge is the real danger, it stands to replace the heart rather than serve it.

Personally I think God is irrelevant; if it exists or not, nothing is taken away from the majesty of the universe. That God is a single master point or an equal combination of infinite points that compliment each other, I don’t think it matters except in the dangers of using the concepts to manipulate people for ideological slavery.

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