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 Post subject: New Forms of Shamanism and Healing
 Post Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 2:12 am 
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Peace be upon All.

I am a shaman, and not just some newager, I am not into New Age. I am
a real shaman. I am a real sufi. I am a real medicineman, borne to KNOW.

I am a yogi, and a craftsman, and I can communicate with all creations.

I have been taught by the spirits and angels a language from a distant
race in a distant place, and this language is one the angels tell me is even
more sacred than Sanskrit because it is older and mightier and much more
'powerful'. I have tested this for years, and I believe it all by now.

Along with this language, called Leenehvaasteeko, Allah inspired them to
give me other of the technologies of this race, and I organized them into
a potent form of healing and shamanism that I call..............................
.........................Haawooran-Haaroowaan, ( the R's are rolled in the pronunciation).


I wish to teach about it soon. If you are interested, I will answer all questions.

I figure it is important for those who have found their own new things of this
sort to communicate atleast a little.


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 Post Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:48 am 
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I have been taught by the spirits and angels a language from a distant
race in a distant place, and this language is one the angels tell me is even
more sacred than Sanskrit because it is older and mightier and much more
'powerful'. I have tested this for years, and I believe it all by now.

Along with this language, called Leenehvaasteeko, Allah inspired them to
give me other of the technologies of this race, and I organized them into
a potent form of healing and shamanism that I call..............................
.........................Haawooran-Haaroowaan, ( the R's are rolled in the pronunciation).


I wish to teach about it soon. If you are interested, I will answer all questions.

I figure it is important for those who have found their own new things of this
sort to communicate atleast a little.


Ravens Sacred Voice
Please do not take this as a bad reply, it is mearly an observation that I noticed immediatly upon reading your new words.
I honour and respect all cultures and traditions because it is those things that give humans hope and belief to fall back on when things become complicated in their lives. Hope and belief are like the safety net that catch humans and help them to rebound.

So in clarifying my position I would like to turn your attention to the new words that Raven Sacred Voice has "introduced".

"Leenehvaasteeko" - On first glance the Greek interpretation of your word is "They call it (Leene) put it (vaaste) KO (Potassium Oxygen- or the opposite of OK meaning okay).

And your second word "Haawooran" - In Australian slang means "Haa (laughing sound) woo (to slow down a galloping horse) ran (ran away)

Your third word "Haaroowaan" Again in Australian slang means "Haa (laughing sound), Roo (short name for Kangaroo - jumping animal native to Australia that carries a baby in its pouch), waan (the cry of a baby)

I hope you can bring the translations into line with my way of thinking as once they are fully understood they may prove to be something quite different. I believe in using words that people know the meaning for.
If there is power placed on words it is imperitative that the patient know exactly what those words mean and what medicine has been applied to them. In other words....intension!

My intension as always is to ensure that there is no confusion by language that is not understood by the whole community.

I have give your words my own translation as to how I read them.
If you would like to teach us what your translations are exactly and the intensions behind your powerful words created we may all learn something new and I may indeed be proven incorrect.

Anyway...
That's just my two cents worth

Peace Raven's Sacred Voice.

Elizabeth :D


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 Post Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 8:54 pm 
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enocheye wrote:
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I have been taught by the spirits and angels a language from a distant
race in a distant place, and this language is one the angels tell me is even
more sacred than Sanskrit because it is older and mightier and much more
'powerful'. I have tested this for years, and I believe it all by now.

Along with this language, called Leenehvaasteeko, Allah inspired them to
give me other of the technologies of this race, and I organized them into
a potent form of healing and shamanism that I call..............................
.........................Haawooran-Haaroowaan, ( the R's are rolled in the pronunciation).


I wish to teach about it soon. If you are interested, I will answer all questions.

I figure it is important for those who have found their own new things of this
sort to communicate atleast a little.


Ravens Sacred Voice
Please do not take this as a bad reply, it is mearly an observation that I noticed immediatly upon reading your new words.
I honour and respect all cultures and traditions because it is those things that give humans hope and belief to fall back on when things become complicated in their lives. Hope and belief are like the safety net that catch humans and help them to rebound.

So in clarifying my position I would like to turn your attention to the new words that Raven Sacred Voice has "introduced".

"Leenehvaasteeko" - On first glance the Greek interpretation of your word is "They call it (Leene) put it (vaaste) KO (Potassium Oxygen- or the opposite of OK meaning okay).

And your second word "Haawooran" - In Australian slang means "Haa (laughing sound) woo (to slow down a galloping horse) ran (ran away)

Your third word "Haaroowaan" Again in Australian slang means "Haa (laughing sound), Roo (short name for Kangaroo - jumping animal native to Australia that carries a baby in its pouch), waan (the cry of a baby)

I hope you can bring the translations into line with my way of thinking as once they are fully understood they may prove to be something quite different. I believe in using words that people know the meaning for.
If there is power placed on words it is imperitative that the patient know exactly what those words mean and what medicine has been applied to them. In other words....intension!

My intension as always is to ensure that there is no confusion by language that is not understood by the whole community.

I have give your words my own translation as to how I read them.
If you would like to teach us what your translations are exactly and the intensions behind your powerful words created we may all learn something new and I may indeed be proven incorrect.

Anyway...
That's just my two cents worth

Peace Raven's Sacred Voice.

Elizabeth :D


Peace be upon all.

Ha is 'H"-(Prana as it enters, or travels to the core of, something, like the
body), and 'A"-(Prana that exits, or travels away from the core of, something).

Wooran means power and control, and discipline.
Roowan means Expansion and Growth, as well as Improvement of Quality.

Leenehvaasteeko is:
1-Leeneh, (Life)
2-Vaas, (Is/Are/Am)
3-Tee , ( a Particular Subject)
4-Ko , (Summon, Beckon ).
It means, ' Life is the Summon'.
Hawooran means , "Control, Power and Discipline of -Ha- energy'
Haroowan means , 'Expansion, Growth, and Improvement of the
Quality of, Ha energy".
The language is a spirit-language made similar to many languages, for
certaine reasons.


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 Post Posted: Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:13 am 
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Raven...

It's all wind no matter which way you feel it.

With respect
Elizabeth


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ho, and that can be a mighty hot wind, too :P

Unfortunately, I do not often hear spoke words when working with Spirit. So I have no language for what the Ancient Ones tell me. All I have is a knowing, a seeing, a sense. Maybe that is they're language. I don't know. But I do know I understand.


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