Babel on, Say what you mean and mean what you Say!

The Tower of Babel
We must have pissed somebody off. Now all we do is Babel

In the beginning there was one language. The Tower of Babel, has confused one’s Intent. Cleaning the connecting link to Intent. Is the Warrior’s challenge. When a Spirit embarks on the Warriors path they become aware in a gradual manner, that ordinary life has been left behind. The means of the ordinary world are no longer a buffer. The Spirit must adopt a new way of life if it is to survive. As our thoughts come in the form of words/siduals/sounds. What we Think/Reason is usually expressed in words as thoughts, sometimes pictures, we see and hear. Then we voice. “Say what you mean and mean what you say“. Understanding language and the sounds that makeup words where the intent of the words were changed, may be the key to changing ones thoughts. Or continue to Babel on with the Babel you think you voice.

There is a lot of information here which has been my challenge to put together without the usual Babel in my head. To express with clarity and to write the words were they have different meanings where the Power of Intent is not in the literal Babel.

I found that slowing down and reflecting on the words/siduals/sounds has helped me to write this post, Babel. In an attempt to share some Ideas allorgorically and anagogical, Hint, Hint. Where some of the words have a different Intent then what is presumed in the literal sense. By no means perfect but it’s a start. Breathing in the sounds helps when reading, using the breath to feel the intent of the magic. These are only suggestions, what one Babels is entirely up to them.

Another Tower of Babel
Or could the Tower of Babel have been more like this?

To Babel:

The literal. (See Synonyms at noise, (noiz) Referenced further below*.)

1. A confusion of sounds or voices.
a. Sounds or a sound that is loud, unpleasant, unexpected, or undesired.
b. Sounds or a sound of any kind: “The only noise was the wind in the pines”.
2. A loud outcry or commotion: the noise of the mob; a lot of noise over the new law.
3. Physics A disturbance, especially a random and persistent disturbance, that obscures or reduces the clarity of a signal.
4. Computer Science Irrelevant or meaningless data.
5. Informal
a. A complaint or protest.
b. Rumor; talk.

Sound is the Power of Creation and we create through the casting of spells/sounds with the use of our Toroidal Field from our voice/throat chakra, with the use of a language and Power of Intent. Be careful what you wish for as your wish will be granted. Babel a wish or create a reality. It is all done with the power of sound vibration.

Toroidal Field of the Spirit
Notice how it comes out of the throat chakra. And the heart creates its own field

Here, Let me create with sound to show one how it is done. Close your eyes and think of the word Hummingbird. Better yet, have somebody speak it to you. It works either way.

Did you hear a sound inside? Did you SEE a picture of a Hummingbird? That voice you heard and the picture you perceived was the sound of creation that is within you, and that’s as loud as the voice needs to be to create. We do this every time we utter a word. To the being we are speaking with and our self in the same Moment. Called co-creation. This is why understanding the Intent behind the words is crucial. Most of the world speaks English. However, English words were borrowed from other older languages which had other sounds along with a different Intent and meanings. One doesn’t need to know all the other languages to understand their meaning sometimes it’s as simple as taking apart the word and SEEING it. Here’s a few examples, Belief Separate the syllables and we see Be-Lie-F. Just add the (uck) and one SEES the intent. One of my favorites is Natures, Nat-ures or Not Yours. SEE? No pressure just have fun and attempt to SEE how the words fall apart. It’s been call Phonics, but I have found it’s more like Phoenician or Phonican Foen-i-can. It’s time to phone home. LOL

However we have been dupped into believing that the English language Babel is only used for communication and the definitions we have been taught are the only meanings. Well that’s a belief. In fact, legalize uses the same words in English but imply a different meaning. So if one applies the common definition to legalize one will assume a different meaning like Person, Citizen, Resident, Tenant and my favorite You. As one is beginning to SEE our language has been changed from the past. Where there was one language humanity spoke.  But something happened and now we make nothing but noise when we speak, but the sounds will still create. The question is what?

There a story, that some being, the God of the Bible change the one language at the Tower of Babel, to a multitude. That mankind has now become confused in his languages and Intent in its use. So we Babel on creating what we Babel. Never understanding what we create is nothing but Babel, a noise. Silence is Golden. Sometimes saying nothing at all is the best way to answer a question. Or simply say yes or no. Almost impossible to distort the Intent in those two words.

New Tower of Babel
I bet there’s lots of meaningless Babel in there

Babel in the Bible

Ba·bel (bā′bəl, băb′əl) In the Bible, a city (thought to be Babylon) in Shinar where God confounded a presumptuous attempt to build a tower into heaven by confusing the language of its builders into many mutually incomprehensible languages. Anyone in their right mind would have to ask. Why would a Loving GOD come down and confuse the speech of his creation? Does this god not what us to create?

Noise, Noise, what’s all the Noise?

*c or SEE. Noises Remarks or actions intended to convey a specific impression or to attract attention: And where attention goes, energy flows. This is the Power of Intent, where the Intent of the noise causes an effect. Thus becoming aware of what one Babels. Could change your reality. At the very least a belief.

Noise (nɔɪz)
1. a sound, esp. one that is loud or disturbing
2. loud shouting; clamour; din
3. (Electronics) any undesired electrical disturbance in a circuit, degrading the useful information in a signal. See also signal-to-noise ratio
4. (General Physics) undesired or irrelevant elements in a visual image: removing noise from pictures.
5. talk or interest: noise about strikes.
6. (plural) conventional comments or sounds conveying a reaction, attitude, feeling, etc: she made sympathetic noises.
7. make a noise, to talk a great deal or complain
8. make noises about, to give indications of one’s intentions: the government is making noises about new social security arrangements.
9. (Theatre) noises off, theatre sounds made offstage intended for the ears of the audience: used as a stage direction
10. (tr; usually foll by abroad or about) to spread (news, gossip, etc)
11. (intr) to talk loudly or at length
12. (intr) to make a din or outcry; be noisy
[C13: from Old French, from Latin: nausea]

A scene of noise and confusion. Yep that’s what we have to ad nauseam. A scene of noise and confusion. These nouns refer to loud, confused, or disagreeable sound or sounds. Noise is the least specific: deafened by the noise in the subway.

A din is a jumble of loud, usually discordant sounds: the din of the factory.

Racket is loud, distressing noise: the racket made by trucks rolling along cobblestone streets.

Uproar, pandemonium, and hullabaloo imply disorderly tumult together with loud, bewildering sound: “The evening uproar of the howling monkeys burst out” (W.H. Hudson); “a pandemonium of dancing and whooping, drumming and feasting” (Francis Parkman); a tremendous hullabaloo in the agitated crowd.

Hubbub emphasizes turbulent activity and concomitant din: the hubbub of bettors, speculators, tipsters, and touts.

Clamor is loud, usually sustained noise, as of a public outcry of dissatisfaction: “not in the clamor of the crowded street” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow); a debate that was interrupted by a clamor of opposition.

Babel stresses confusion of vocal sounds arising from simultaneous utterance and random mixture of languages: guests chattering in a babel of tongues at the diplomatic reception.

Doesn’t this paint a pretty picture? Nothing but noise and more Babel. Unless one has the Heartmind eyes to SEE, and ears to HEAR something other than noise.

Word History: Those who find that too much noise makes them ill may not be surprised that the word noise can be traced back to the Latin word nausea, “seasickness, feeling of sickness.” Our words nausea and noise are doublets, words borrowed in different forms from the same word that may not have the same meaning. Nausea, first recorded probably before 1425, was borrowed directly from Latin. Noise, first recorded around the beginning of the 13th century, came to us through Old French, which explains its change in form. Old French nois probably also came from Latin nausea, as seems possible, there was a change of sense during the Vulgar Latin period, whereby the meaning “seasickness” changed to a more general sense of “discomfort.” Word meanings can sometimes change for the better, and of course, a noise does not have to be something unpleasant, as in the sentence, “The only noise was the wind in the pines.

And the wind speaks to us all. Are you getting sick of all the noise? Listen to the wind in the pines.

Natures Tower of Babel
Natures Tower of Babel. And they call the Wind Mariah

The Tower of Babel

This story explains the confusion of tongues: variation in human language.  Not the Reason. The story’s theme of competition between the Lord and humans appears elsewhere in Genesis, in the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden as well where Adam and Eve where not to partake of the fruit, the Knowledge of good and evil. Seems god was worried about his creation returning to their right mind. Oooops, that’s the power of creation.

The Tower of Babel (Hebrew: מגדל בבל‎ Migdal Bavel Arabic: برج بابل‎ Borj Baabel) forms the focus of a story told in the Book of Genesis of the Bible. Which of course is more Babel. According to the story, a united humanity of the generations following the Great Flood, speaking a single language and migrating from the east, came to the land of Shinar (Hebrew: שנער‎). As the King James version of the Bible Babels it:

4. And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.

5 And the Lord came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded.

6 And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.

7 Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.

8 So the Lord scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.

9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.

—Genesis 11:4–9

Crying Eyes
Finding the right words is not an easy task. Even harder spelling them.

I find some very interesting phrasing/Babel in the passages above/below.

4. And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.

First I find, “And they said, Go to”. Go, caught my attention so I stated to research this words roots. The root is in the Middle English word gon or Gon(e). So I referenced it back even further and found Old English where the siduals are gan, gegan. Spoken from middle Voice. However there’s even more to this word as it can be suffix from Latin, Greek as well as Germanic. All with different siduals and sounds.Those that have eyes let them SEE. Simply, I find it interesting that it is stated, “And they said, Go to, Let us build a City and a Tower”. Is there something missing here?

The other word that caught my attention was the word LET(s). The creator uses this word a lot when creating the Universe as SEEN in Genesis. Must be some magic in this word.

“Let us make a name”. We believe our selves to be human. At least that’s what we call ourselves. Is that our name? For me I find it to be more of a color temperature. Hu or hue as in color hue which of course there are a lot of colors/temperatures to man. So human is not a name it’s a description. What hu are you man? Which brings into view the Idea of the name. What would you call us? Better yet, What would you like to be called?

The phrase I find most interesting to me, “And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do”.

Wow, “Behold the people is one”. Not gooder English, but I believe we get the Idea here. By being of one peoples we can do anything we can imagine being of one mind. Thus god confused our language so that we could not come together in our creation, or our thoughts. Are we starting to SEE what we have to do to reverse this curse that was put upon us by some so-called god? To again, reverse what we have created through our Babel. Those that have ears let them hear.

Then there’s, “And the Lord came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded”. Go to, and play with this one. Have some fun!

Me, Myself, and I in Spirit
Greater words were never spoken. What Language were they spoken from? The language of the Heart of course.

“Verily, Verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and (of) the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God”. Not necessarily in that order. Water is one of the cardinal elements of creation. Made up of Hydrogen and Oxygen. Water represents truth the flowing of the universe. One must be born of Spirit before they find the water within. And of course the water is inside of us. There you will find the kingdom of God which of course is the water/truth flowing in you. The creator of your reality. Is you. No one else perceives your reality. It’s all you from different bubbles of perception. Babel on or flow with truth.

I have only touched on the meanings for me in these words/siduals/sounds. Sharing just enough to show “Say what you mean and mean what you say” has a profound effect on your personal reality. Better one finds their own meanings. This starts the cleaning of the connecting link to your Intent. As the words one speaks becomes the cause and the effect is the reflection.

Babel on if you want. I will not intrude on your free will to create. I find the more I awaken to Spirit the less I have or even want to say. And I have said enough already. Creating is what we do best. Quit feeding the beast by holding ones tongue. Realize what you say may not have the meaning of your Intent and therein lies the problem. Does one really know what one is voicing?

If not, shut-up, be Quite! Oil and Water will never mix no matter how well it is shaken. Could it be the god of the bible did us a favor. Can you imagine if everything we utter manifested. Well in this New Age of Aquarius it’s beginning to happen. “Say what you mean and mean what you say“! Your wish will be granted.

Genie Granting wishes
Presto, your wish is my command

To read a full account of the story of Babel one can start with this or Oxfords Bibilical studies, it’s all Babel to me. I AM done with all this noise/Babel. Now I AM OK with that! How about you?

Knowledge is Power

Experience is Wisdom

Take your Power Back

Babel less create more


Winky,on the Tower of Babel
It’s up, up and away!

One need only to stop the Babel, Creation Awaits your Cause


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