Scriitorul Nicolae Sirius vorbind despre adaptarea în ţara soarelui răsare:

Adaptarea…

sau vârsta împlinirilor

Japonia, în comparaţie cu oricare altă ţară de pe continentul european, care, extinzându-se, a format noul conglomerat de ţări bine dezvoltate- SUA, Noua Zeelandă, Australia şi Canada, ar fi putut rămâne o ţară a trecutului dacă din întâmplare n-ar fi luat parte în al doilea război mondial. Acea înfrângere i-a dat de gândit. Până atunci japonezii au avut puţin de furcă cu mongolii, chinezii şi coreenii, care, în număr mic, din când în când, i-au atacat dar s-au retras. Deci, se poate spune că Japonia, o ţară săracă în trecut, n-a reprezentat o adevărată ţintă… Iar izolarea, într-un fel, i-a creat anumite avantaje. S-a dezvoltat spiritual însă (după cum spun izvoarele) odată cu apariţia primului împărat, care, zice-se, a coborât din cer. De-atunci s-a păstrat o evidenţa riguroasă privind scaunul imperial. Lucru nemaiântâlnit la nici o altă naţie. Şi totuşi se pare că în vremuri foarte îndepărtate japonezii au fost vizitaţi de europeni.

Eram într-o zi, la începutul şederii mele aici, pe o terasă când am auzit pentru prima dată cuvântul CASA în japoneză, şi-am tresărit. Am întrebat-o pe soţie ce înseamnă şi mi-a spus că umbrelă. Atunci am vrut să ştiu cum îi spune la CASĂ în japoneză şi ea mi-a spus că IE. (Deci ceva care ”adăposteşte” corpul.) După o vreme am mers să vizitez un muzeu. În faţa acelui muzeu era un complex amenajat să redea viaţa japonezului de odinioară. Ce m-a frapat a fost forma caselor. Arătau ca nişte umbrele (un fel de umbrar) şi erau acoperite cu un fel de trestie. Nu peste mult cineva m-a invitat să văd un cimitir vechi, descoperit din întâplare. Cu acea persoană vorbeam în engleză dar mi-a reţinut atenţia cuvântul BOCI (a boci/plânge) pe care el l-a pronunţat în japoneză de mai multe ori când tot încerca să-l traducă în engleză. Atunci am fost curios să ştiu mai multe lucruri despre acel cuvânt şi respectivul mi-a spus că e un cuvânt vechi, foarte rar folosit şi, că, practic, se referă la cimitir.


Dacă aş fi fost un înstărit m-aş fi prins să fac documentare- o paralelă între două limbi despre care se ştie că sunt neînrudite, cu gândul că undeva poate există un filon, o legătură veche, necunoscută nouă. Numai că la vremea când aceste lucruri treziseră o anume curiozitate în mine mă aflam cu un bicior în barcă şi cu unul pe uscat. Practic nici nu ştiam dacă ar trebui să mă depărtez de ţărm sau să rămân locului.

Ca scriitor, dacă locuieşti într-o ţară a cărei limbă n-o ştii eşti mort. Bine, excluzând faptul că te afli pe-acolo tocmai pentru că vrei să scrii o carte. Dar o scrii în limba ta.

La tot ce m-am gândit atunci, c-ar fi mai bine, în acele condiţii ce implicau supravieţuirea într-o lume nouă pe care încercam s-o cunosc, a fost să păstrez o legătură cu limba maternă. Lucrul acesta poate să pară destul de banal însă are o anume motivaţie, ontologică, ca să spun aşa. Şi ca acest lucru să fie într-un fel şi profitabil, am început să demarez o campanie de schimb cultural, în colaborare cu primăria oraşului unde locuiam. După o vreme am colaborat şi cu ambasada noastră de la Tokio. Am organizat pe o durată de mai mult de zece ani sumedenie de spectacole. Invitând aici de la naişti până la cântăreţi de operă. În aceeaşi perioadă n-am scris în română decât un volum de poezie şi un roman care o să apară în curând. Mi-am tradus în schimb din română în engleză două piese de teatru, am scris o lucrare de religie comparată şi antropologie în engleză (ce-ar fi trebuit să apară de anul trecut dar o să apară anul acesta) şi un roman tot în engleză pe care sper să-l definitivez peste puţin. In rest… a fost viaţa de familie.

Oricum, ţinând cont de faptul că eu sunt român iar soţia japoneză, chiar dacă locuiesc în ţara ei şi trebuie să respect obiceiul casei, pentru că aşa este firesc, totuşi n-am încercat niciodată să adopt mentalitatea de tip japonez. Deci mi-am păstrat acel fel de-a gândi moştenit de la părinţi sau de la ţăranii din satul unde m-am născut.


În felul acesta nu m-am simţit nicodată (nici când am locuit în Australia, Austria, Germania) un om frustrat că nu se poate integra într-o societate, un om care se chinuie să facă pe plac altora, sau un om care s-ar considera în vreo împrejurare inferior pentru că ţara unde s-a născut trece de o bună bucată de timp printr-o stare de criză politică, economică sau de altă natură.


Am văzut uneori la TV documetare despre oameni care au venit aici şi s-au integrat foarte repede. Şi erau într-adevăr bucuroşi. Alţii n-au putut să se integreze şi sufereau din acest motiv. Mie, însă, întreaga lor poveste nu mi-a spus nimic. Asta nu înseamnă c-am găsit ceva rău în bucuria celor care reuşiseră să se integreze sau că n-aş fi avut motiv să-l deplâng pe cel care nu se integrase.

Am scris aceste rânduri, începând cu prima mea vizită în Japonia, urmată de perioada de adaptare, pentru că există acea curiozitate, pe care aproape fiecare din noi şi-o manifestă într-o împrejurare sau alta, de a se întreba cum poate supravieţui, sau se poate integra un om într-o cultură ce-i total diferită de a lui.

Pentru un muzician, un pictor, scultor, sau un specialist în calculatoare, adaptarea e mai uşoară decât pentru un scriitor. Fiindcă scriitorul şi de vrea şi de nu vrea, se vede ca un bumerang ce odată aruncat dar nu şi-a atins ţinta, e pe drumul de întoarcere. Iar acela este limba lui maternă. Pentru că acela îi este cel mai bun punct de sprinjin în ceea ce vrea să comunice în scris. E aceasta o scuză? Nu! Nu-i nici cel puţin o vină. Cine şi-ar părăsi părinţii sau locul unde s-a născut numai ca să vrea să înfrunte necazuri? Şi dacă ar fi să regret acum n-aş reuşi decât să-mi fac mai mult rău.


Şi totuşi, exilul (chiar dacă nu scrii despre el, deşi-i la modă) îţi poate oferi o experienţă de viaţă pe care n-ai avea cum s-o cunoşti altfel. “

vineri, 13 decembrie 2013

The Origin of Languages


       It is next to impossible for anyone to prove the origin of human languages having not the starting point the Ontological/Primordial language. Though, how the Divine identified, structured, and made the laws of the Universe dependent on the power of this Language, it transcends human's capacity of understanding.  

The latest statistics show that there are almost 1,000 essays written every year concerning the origin of languages. Yet there is no hint which would show that the researchers consider that there is a Primordial language from which all the other languages came forth.   Modern thinkers, in particular, believe that "...human language may have evolved from manual gestures, which survive today as a  'behavioral fossil' coupled to speech" as  Professor Michael C. Corballis, for example, concludes in his The Gestural Origins of Language. 

Yet "...congenitally blind speakers gesture despite their lack of a visual model, even when speaking to a blind listener" as Jana Iverson and Susan Goldin-Medow (USA- Nature, November, 1998) concluded, based on their research on two groups: blind and sighted people, who  "...conveyed the same information, using the same range of gesture forms".  

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Mind and body


Scientifically, it can be proved that  "It is from mind, which embodies the five elemental elements, that the physical body develops." And that "...it is from this mind/body complex that we perceive the outside world" as Kalu Rinpoche, a renown Tibetan Buddhist, put it. 

But what lies beyond this Mind/body? 

Primordial language is indeed the heritage that belongs to any Human being. Yet, the meaning of this language, once forgotten, hardly can be imagined. And this because the Primordial language is not just the spark of the engine of life or the filter of any action and reaction that the Mind/body comes in contact with. This sacred language carries in it the information/data concerning the spiritual aspect of life. If therefore this ontological language is not passed on from generation to generation, then the information/data contained within it is not summoned up to become operational. This information data, as the language itself is not activated, remains deposited in the storage of the Mind, and might be there so life after life, until its rediscovery becomes possible. 
Why then but rarely the Divine helps us rediscover this language, poses a big question. 
In Tibet, or elsewhere, there are specific words used for prayers called Man.d.alas. These words are supposed to be the medium the spiritual aspects of life are gained or based on. 
Teachers/Guru don't claim that that word or those words of prayer are their ultimate discovery. They only imply that these Man.d.alas have been handed down from generation to generation. Though, one might wonder if the meaning or the correct structure of these words have been preserved as they were.  
In The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, Sogyal Rinpoche, mentions that they follow Padmasambhava, the original Buddha. And their most known Man.d.ala is OM MANI PADME HUM.  
If that is so, they need to show the Primordial/ontological numerology on which the laws of the universe are structured. 
Primordial language, as a matter of fact, is structured on Primordial numerology.  And, in the very structure of these numbers is described the manifestation of life.

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Hidden knowledge

 In one of the Six Books on Medicine, part of the Medical Library of the pre-Dynastic Egypt, "dedicated to Tehuti (Thoth), the personification of Divine intellect, the Patron of Learning and Literature" it is stated that "The counting of anything with fingers is done to recognize the way the heart goes". This statement cited in The Untold Story of Ancient Egypt by Moustafa Gadalla makes anyone wonder how those Masters could achieve such knowledge. Because to correctly reveal the working of this complex human body without knowing a special "secrecy" of life it would not be possible. 


And if the numbers "...were considered to be concrete definitions of energetic formative principles of life" called neteru (gods) as the same author mentions in The Egyptian Sacred Numerology, then we face an inevitable question: How could such a great culture come to an end? 

Numbers as I mentioned in a previous chapter do not have power in themselves.

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Numerological representation 


The best numerological representation of Primordial language, based on the available documents to date, has been made by Homo Sapiens.  

Closer to our time, this numerological representation has been made by Shakyamuni Buddha in his Lotus Sutra, and by Moses in his coded Alphabet. As well, there are quite a few interesting number representations that remained within the old culture of Egypt. Pythagorean sacred Decade, which synthesizes in the numeral Ten (the 1 and a circle cipher) the absolute All manifesting itself in the Word, is probably the last attempt through which the numerical meaning of Primordial language was meant to be explained.   



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The meaning of numerological representation 

Number 27 is the first number inscribed by Homo Sapiens on Columbia from Branzeni--38.000 BP--, the oldest known document to date, that deals with Primordial language. 


Why then exactly has this number cast such a shadow over the time?

  

1) The New Testament contains 27 of chapters. 
2) Book of Proverbs (The Bible)  has 27 verses.
3) God crated man "male and female" in the 27 verse of the Genesis. 
4) The Sephiroth Path (Kabbala) has the numerical sum 27 (27 = gift of five powers to the Soul)
5) Brahma-- (I AM THAT) = 27 
6) The Vedic astrology alludes to 27 houses of the Moon.
7) The Egyptian papyrus consists of 27 stanzas 
8)  27 is the highest number of the Platonic Lamba series which God created the soul of the universe  (Plato, Timaeus , 35 b)

The first hole put on Mars is 2.7mm.  Of which Stephen Gorevan (Honeybee Robotics in New York) said "We made some history. We put the first planned hole on Mars".  In much the same way the very people that engraved the first number, 27, on Columbia from Branzeni, might have spoken to themselves, hoping that one day we would be able to understand what they said. 
Stan Tenen, a physicist and director of Meru Foundation, speaking about the Hebrew alphabet said that "The 27 gestures that accompany the letters correspond to the 27 'preferred' pointed directions used in hyper-dimensional space." 
Is then the first number, 27, imprinted by Homo Sapiens on Columbia from Branzeni, similar to any of the numbers mentioned above?

The double of 27, 54, which is written on the same artifact carries the meaning of Cause (what cause reincarnation), as described in the Lotus Sutra of Sahakiamuni Buddha. This Cause is nothing but the 54 Mental Phenomena, as described in the Vippasana Dipani, one of the most regarded works of Buddhism. 

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Mental Phenomena

If we operate into the inner structure of Columbia, on which Homo Sapiens imprinted 198 (27,24,30,54,63) dots, we can see that this number reflects the Self at the time of enlightenment, which has the numerical value 81, and the number of elements in the universe (117). 


198-81= 117
We might think that these numbers are just dots imprinted on a piece of bone of mammoth.  But the interpretation of the numbers on Columbia was made on the same principle mentioned in the Lotus Sutra of Shakyamuni Buddha.  (See The Enigma of Life --part one.) And any other calculation, based exclusively on the written text, would reveal nothing but the message inscribed within: Mental phenomena does not release man after death! 
 


The Amulet from Mitoc face B __26.000BP

  

Here, the numbers appear as a simple choreography of lines. Yet, within that choreography there are detailed systematically the steps of enlightenment.  They are similar to a set of codes used, let's say, in mathematics or physics these days. Any single code incorporates in itself a sum of knowledge pertained to its usage. 
Then how could people 26,000 years ago dwell in such a spiritual climate?  Because there is no one artifact on which is drawn at least an image that would show any kind of sacrifice, any idols, etc. How could they live in such a harmony with Nature and how could they know even the number of elements in the Universe? 
The very number 63 which has been highly regarded and interpreted in the new religions that sprang out a few thousand years ago, was used for the first time by Homo Sapiens. This number is not a number pattern - such as 3, 6, or 9 - that is so easy to figure out in the line pattern of the Ontological/Primordial numerology. This number should be calculated. 
In order to get the number 63, therefore, Homo Sapiens needed to know the sum of all the units of sound uttered by the Divine Himself when He shows on what the laws of life are dependent. Based on that numerological representation they figured out the number of the elements the things are composed of. And then they made the necessary calculation to see what number represents the relation of phenomena. 
Of a special importance is the way the Divine divided those units of sound within the language. The number of times and the way He Himself utters this language. Therefore, we need to keep in mind that if these utterances have been designed on specific patterns, these patterns have very specific representations. 
For example, the Divine's first two utterances are in a very specific way delimited by the other utterances that follow them. Their numerological representation can be calculated on the two units of sound, which are made up of 23 and 23 sonorous "impulses", respectively. In this way the first two sets of two sound units are shown as a complete set of 46 units of sound. 
Would this then be just a simple coincidence between the two units of sound the Divine Himself utters at first, and the two pair-sets (23+23) of chromosomes that make up a single unit (46) of chromosomes for the starting stage of a human life? Or within this we should see the correspondence of Active life to the fundamental, and hard to describe, Principle? 
In this elaborate system of sound that reaches from number 1 to number 414 lies the great enigma of life. 
When a human being's energy, in its temporary life-time, decreases, then the whole building of life, eventually, in a reversible way is divided in stages until the first unit of the two sets of numbers (23+23) 46 is lastly divided to 2. This  (46:2) 23 is similar to Passive life. And remains so until it matches its pair to become active again.

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A great confussion

 Nagarjuna, who has been considered the greatest Buddhist philosopher, said that "The Buddha taught that the nature of dependent origination is not extinguished or produced; it does not exist momentarily or eternally; it is not single or compound; it does not come and does not go; it transcends the vanity of words and is the ultimate bliss." 


In reality Primordial language is a product of mind, that reflects the fundamental concept on the Laws of the Universe. The greatest confusion concerning Shakyamuni Buddha's work, I suppose, deals with the so-called Self-Attainment, by which the Buddha meant that he gained the Old Way. Which is correct. But he did not say that there is no Divine. As a matter of fact, all his teachings that deal with the secret Law or the concept of Dependent in Origination, has, as a starting point, the very words: THAT I HEARD (THUS HAVE I HEARD).  And for sure he explained what he heard and from Whom he heard. 

Some experts in Buddhism analyzed the title of the Lotus Sutra, Saddharma Pundarika Sutram , thinking that in those words was concealed the meaning of the Laws Shakyamuni referred to. Why then did Kumarajiva, entrusted to promote Buddha's work, preach in the land of China the Primordial language? These words, as it happened, were adapted to the Chinese phonetics. Where Mio-Ho became Miao-Fa and Ren-Ge became Lien-Hua, for example.

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Primordial Language's patterns

 The representation of the ultimate reality of life made by Homo Sapiens is simple and complex. Simple because it shows the Primordial language's patterns, and therefore it can be read in a few seconds. It is complex because within that structure they show their vast knowledge. Otherwise, the only debate might, probably, be concerning the structure of their writing. Why is that?   Well, Morse code is, I suppose, the newest language. And it was invented by a man alone to pave a simple and handy way of communication at an international standard. Morse language is based on two coded structures: a dot format, and a dot and line format, respectively.  


In the same way Homo Sapiens created a language in a dot format and a language in a line format. Their dot and line format texts have been sent to all those who would know this Primordial language.   

Based on the same writing format, they developed "...the primordial logical, geometrical, mathematical buildings" that "put Homo Sapiens, who lived in the Middle and Upper Paleolithic in the south of Europe, in the beginning of the history of the modern man." as Andrei Vartic wrote in his book The Geometrical History of Homo Sapiens. 

   
 
The Amulet from Mitoc (face A)



  

If the set of numbers from 1 to 9, used in the old Egypt-- some 3,000 years ago, is compared with the structure of numbers traced on the Amulet of Mitoc--more than 26,000 years ago, then it can simply be noticed that their writing format from 1 to 9 as |  || ||| ...  is the same.
By this I do not necessarily mean that the writing format used by Homo Sapiens have been handed down from generation to generation. Or that just based on this similarity of shape of numbers, we can conclude the exact route of their origin. The same numbers, with the same or similar shapes, could have been designed by anyone, anytime, anywhere in the old days. What is important to find out, that is, is what caused the rupture of knowledge achieved by Homo Sapiens. And secondly, what part of this knowledge has been absorbed by the cultures that followed them.

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The Language of Brahmas

Sir Williams Jones (speaking to the Asiatick Society in Calcuta, 1976) brought the attention over the importance of Sanskrit, summing up that Sanskrit, Latin and Greek, "...have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists". 

But if The language of Brahmas was "...known in its fullness to the very few, having been for the masses for more than 5000 years an absolutely dead language" (Whence human language? Vol. 44, 1 November 1955-- Theosophy) , or if Sanskrit was, probably, made up by "...missionary scholars sent out by the Proto-Judaic religion from Anatolia" as Edo Nylan wrote in his work Linguistic Archaeology , makes the debate concerning this language hard to cope with. 

Languages have, indeed, a common root, yet they have their own way of structuring or making new words. As well, they have their system of adopting words from other languages into their structure. 
Interestingly enough, Sanskrit language has such a structure that all words begin with a consonant and end with a vowel. This lets us understand that those who for the first time began to build for themselves this language made its structure similar to Primordial language, where all words begin with a consonant and end with a vowel. 
The same pattern is used in Maori language, which only recently had an alphabet created for its usage. An identical pattern (consonant-vowel) is used in Japanese language, where even the alphabet for its written vocabulary was borrowed from China.  
Another important aspect to note is that, at the deepest spiritual level, nations which have lived in different cultural areas have shared profound similarities concerning the most subtle myth on creation derived from the meaning of Primordial language.

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Amenhotep's name

 The ancestors of Kiribati (Micronesia) island named the Primordial substance of the Universe TE BO MA TE MA KI. 


 If these six word-compounds are compared with the Six Primordial words, we can see that the vowels (A,I,O,E) are identical. And that only three consonants T, B, T, unfortunately, have replaced the original consonants N, H, R. 

Had the three consonants N, H, R not been replaced, the Kiribati Island people would have still been able to use the Primordial Language the way their ancestors did. 

The process of creation described by the Kiribati's ancestors is, probably, the most simple one.  But there is no doubt that if a myth is retrieved to its original form, the truth enclosed within is nothing but the reality conveyed into a narrative form.  
 While the Indian religious philosophy describes how the first Primordial sonorous principle SA gave birth to the other six sonorous words, in the Kiribati's myth the process of creation is described therefore as taking place from the Primeval Sonorous Matter, which, as a matter of fact, is due to become the first six human realms. 
 The Kiribati myth begins with the very composition of the name of the Creator. And it looks like the transparent reality of this myth has remained very close to its original interpretation in contrast with the sophisticated way the Indian religious philosophy has developed, or the way the Old Egyptian language emerged in time, from the roots of the same concept. 
"The last part of Amenhotep III's name is the name of the sun god R9.  R9 itself we know from Coptic as Re. This comes out in Akkadian as Ria." If this is the case, as Emeritus Professor Kelly L. Ross in his work The Pronunciation of Ancient Egypt wrote, it means that many other names were written in much the same way. 
Apparently, the old Egyptian language was made up from consonants alone, and only in modern times vowels have been used just to adjust the old writing to our modern script and to produce that kind of sound the old Egyptian language had, probably, used. On this aspect, Alan Gardiner warned that "...the vocalization...  are purely artificial makeshifts and bear little or no relations, so far as the vowels are concerned, to the unknown original pronunciations as heard and spoken by the Egyptians themselves." 
The numbers used in the above diagram might be disputed too. But we know that even close to our times, specific names had honorific numbers attached or included within the structure of their names: Louis II de Bourbon, or Henry IV of Navare, for example.   The Egyptian rulers would not be an exception. On the contrary, within their own name the whole lot of their spiritual achievements might have been described.  This is why  I assume that Egyptian pharoes  made up their names by using the schematic representation of Primordial language. When written down NA(A) MIO HO RE NGE KIO the letter R is in position 8, and the letter E is in position 9. Therefore, the secret combination of the two --R as a letter and 9 as a number-- were meant to mean RE. 
Another important aspect is that the whole name Amenhotep written as Nbm39tr9 is nothing but a code. Or a hidden name. The combination of 39x9= 351. The same number was coded on the Amulet of Mitoc 26.000 years ago. The number 351 refers to the number of elements, 117, in their three-dimension. So that the name Nbm39tr9 was meant to mean The Lord of Truth, the one that received the message concerning the Laws of universe. Or better, the one that was expected to tell (THAT I HEARD) the Truth. Which apparently did not happen. 
Anyway, the Lord of Truth and the Mind of the Universe are obviously two entities.  Here, the number 63 is used to describe a transcedental relation. As the sum of the sound units uttered by Divine Himself are 414.  
414-351= 63. 
The Eye of Horus, too, deals with a secrecy of the mystical sound. "And then shall be coming forth of things to thee at the (sound of) voice (or, through the voice)".  The Eye of Horus, Pyramyd of Unas. E.A. Wallis Budge's translation. 
Its magical restoration it refers not only to the pupil of the Eye through which the light passes, but to the light and the inner sound. (See A Secret of the Oracle of Delphi in relation to transcendent- 198/63) On the Amulet of Mitoc the light and the inner sound are correlated to the six ontological words, encoded in six lines. Though I assume that independent thinkers in time  expressed the same as different ideas: "creation" which took place six days, " school of thought" six in number (India, Japan, etc.). A pyramid build as Six steps (Egypt).  Or even more like a story as it is the one in which an elephant is described as having  six tranks holding in them a lotus flower to "herald" the Buddha. And so on (See  Manas, the sixth sensory from A secret of the oracle of Delphi).

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Vowels and consonants



   As has been mentioned on many occasions so far, the ancient Egyptian language had, in its very complex form of writing, no vowels. However, Primordial Language is a compaund of vowels and consonants. So, I believe that the Initiates and the high priests of ancient Egypt used the vowels of Primordial language secretly in their prayers. On the other hand, the correlation between ontological vowels and consonants, which prevail them, could be arranged in a designated format of reading without even writing them down. 


As a matter of fact, the score format used by the Babylonians --which until recently was considered the oldest-- and the score format which goes back to the primeval human musical activity is in no way different, as  the Musical score format has in its original composition none other but the primordial vowels (D)O, (R)E, (M)I, (F) A...  

The oldest musical instrument known to date, is over 40.000 years old. It was discovered by the paleontologist Dr. Ivan Turk, and presented by Bob Fink in his work Neanderthal Flute.  And it is from this work that, for the first time, we have learned about the Neanderthals "...implications regarding the evolution of musical scales". 

Had then Human beings tried to express their wishes, pleasures, or needs by playing their thoughts on such an exquisite instrument before their capacity of expressing themselves in words was developed?

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