Sacred Mount Sinai or SHaRa

Learning from Ancient Greece, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra & Sinai about MoShe and Sacred H Monday 16 September 2019 at 08:21 am

by Natasa Pantović Nuit

When travelling through Greece this summer, I've visited Mount Olympus, once considered as the home of the Greek Gods of the Hellenistic World. In classical mythology, it is Mount Athos in Greece where the Thracian giant battled Poseidon,  of the Sea. Check Ancient Temples and Fire Stolen from Gods.

Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt.

Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt

Still considered very sacred, this area today hosts Christian Orthodox Monasteries and the Greek Sacred Mount called Hilandar, run by Serbian and Greek monks, hosting Orthodox Christian Monks from all over the world, accessable only to the male spiritual seakers. The God Vibration

Just opposite, across the sea, a place I still have to see, is the Mount Sinai (Arabic: طور سيناء , Hebrew: הר סיני), also known as Mount HoReB where Moses spoke to God, saw the burning bush, and received the Ten Commandments. Some of the ancient texts mentioned within the story, place this event to as far back as 1,400 BC or as early as 960 BC.

In the classical rabbinical literature, “Mount Sinai” became synonymous with holiness, and the record tells us that the peaks “sang a chorus of praise to God”, heard by El-aY-SHa, the prophet from the story of Moses (MoSHe) hearing:

 “This is my name forever, the name you shall call me, from generation to generation.” and has sent them “into the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites – the land flowing with milk and honey.’ Y or I am – H – W (vatra - fire) were the sounds given, as the vibrations of the Supreme.

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The God Vibration

Following The Music of Sound H Monday 06 May 2019 at 1:00 pm

Following "H" through Ancient Civilizations as Sound of and Cosmic Vibrations

by Natasa Pantović Nuit

H as symbol of Age of Pisces

The sound frequency and the use of symbols within our mystical spiritual traditions, all through the centuries of our existence on this planet, carried the initiation into the altered states of , our (H}ope to transmit the spiritual energy between various levels of reality.

Following the name of supreme God, the frequency of the sound of Ya-Ho-Wa within Anglo-Saxon languages, the ancient Arab worlds and within the Slavic cultures, I found some inspiring patterns.

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El Ra Ma

Learning from Ancients about Sound Frequency of Supreme God Tuesday 26 March 2019 at 4:23 pm

Supreme God and Sound Frequency

Chanting Mantras

by Nataša Pantović Nuit

The philosophical research concerning the divine and poses the question: Is there a meaning / sense / purpose to voicing / writing / reading as us "finite beings" talk about God and Infinity?

Is a human being really able to discuss God and Cosmos?

We all agree that knowing God is a mystical experience, first and foremost a subconscious one. There is an ethical importance in speaking about God / Goodness / Law totally unconnected to the question of faith, or occult knowing of Tao’s existence or non-existence, and whether a Man (as a King or a Fisherman) has the capability to answer to this question.

Meditating on the shores of Mediterranean, paying respect to Silence, to Nothing in all its forms, during the morning of the Equinox, during the Full Moon, I was experiencing the mystical names of .

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Within the Christian worlds we often use Amin / Alleluia, Buddhists deeply appreciate the sound and frequency of Aum, the ancient Egyptians remind us that the mystical name of God is Amon Ra. Ra or Ta as the sound of the supreme male quality and Ma as the sound of the supreme female quality, these two combining within the name of the Hindhu’s supreme God B-Ra-Ma, or Be Ra & Ma. Could it that simple? Perhaps not, but do your-own research further…

The mystical Christians preserved the secret of sound of the supreme God, singing the name Ma-Ri-Ya within a song Ave Marija = mystically equals to Amon-Ra-Yahowa. A typical prayer song both in Judaism and Arabic will praise: Allah, and the Hindus priests when devoting their prayers to their Supreme Male God will sing: Om Namah Siva, or Jay Krishna, or Vishnu Jay, and they have a huge variety of Mantras addressing any sort of Gods. Mystical Buddhists will use “Om Mani Padme Hum”

Within the western tradition the names of Gods were hidden with Elohim: the all powerful one creator, El Elyon: The God Most High, El Roi: The God Who Sees Me, El Olam: The Eternal God, EL: the strong one

And also within:

Jehowah: the Lord, Adonai: the Great Lord, YHWH: as “I AM” or YAH: “I AM”, IMMANUEL: Supreme God (during the meditation visualizing Cosmos) within us “I AM” IT.

Check the following example within the Music of the Middle Ages France.

An Anthology for Performance and Study by David Fenwick Wilson Parisian Sacred Music 1. Alleluia: Adorabo ad templum (organum duplum 2. Veste nuptiali (monophonic, conductus simplex) 3. O curas hominum (monophonic, conductus cum cuauda) 4. Ver pacis aperit (two-voice conductus simplex) 5. A solis ortus cardine (three-voiced conductus cum cauda)

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