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  • Dianna some more fifth dimension stuff
    • Ken Sublett (Login Ken.Sublett)
      Posted Feb 27, 2017 1:02 PM

      In many respects the civilized world is more advanced than the "postomodern" which rejects anything that does not come out of their own vain imagination which God says is "only evil continually." The great loss was turning The Christian SCHOOL into a religious institution so that Calvin could ask "Why should the plowing oxen starve while the lazy asses starve?"

      In addition to murdering lots of people the Crusades brought many of the classical writings back with them and hasten the enlightement and the escape from the Catholic Pulpits and burning stakes. For instance, Cicero in Tusculan Disputations

      Cic. Tusc. 1.10 But what I have said as to the heart, the blood, the brain, air, or fire being the soul, are common opinions: the others are only entertained by individuals; and, indeed, there were many among the ancients who held singular opinions on this subject, of whom the latest was Aristoxenus, a man who was both a musician and a philosopher .

      Aristoxenus is used by the Instrumentalists as PROOF for using music in the SCHOOL OF THE WORD. Pythagoras is connected to THE WORLD VIEW or the KOSMOS, the Ecumenical or the kingdom of the devil at a progressive church near you.

      He maintained a certain straining of the body, like what is called harmony in music, to be the soul, and believed that, from the figure and nature of the whole body, various motions are excited, as sounds are from an instrument. He adhered steadily to his system, and yet he said something, the nature of which, whatever it was, had been detailed and explained a great while before by Plato.

      Xenocrates denied that the soul had any figure, or anything like a body; but said it was a number, the power of which, as Pythagoras had fancied, some ages before, was the greatest in nature: his master,

      This was one of the sects in Romans 14 which Paul silences so that in Romans 15 ignoring self-pleasure (acting, music) "we might use one mind and one mouth to speak that which is written for our learning.

      Plato, imagined a threefold soul, a dominant portion of which--that is to say, reason--he had lodged in the head, as in a tower; and the other two parts--namely, anger and desire--he made subservient to this one, and allotted them distinct abodes, placing anger in the breast, and desire under the præcordia.

      But Dicæarchus, in that discourse of some learned disputants, held at Corinth, which he details to us in three books--in the first book introduces many speakers; and in the other two he introduces a certain Pherecrates, an old man of Phthia, who, as he said, was descended from Deucalion [Noah]; asserting, that there is in fact no such thing at all as a soul, but that it is a name without a meaning; and that it is idle to use the expression "animals," or "animated beings;" that neither men nor beasts have minds or souls, but that all that power by which we act or perceive is equally infused into every living creature, and is inseparable from the body, for if it were not, it would be nothing; nor is there anything whatever really existing except body, which is a single and simple thing, so fashioned as to live and have its sensations in consequence of the regulations of nature.

      Aristotle, a man superior to all others, both in genius and industry (I always except Plato), after having embraced these four known sorts of principles, from which all things deduce their origin, imagines that there is a certain fifth nature, from whence comes the soul; for to think, to foresee, to learn, to teach, to invent anything, and many other attributes of the same kind, such as to remember, to love, to hate, to desire, to fear, to be pleased or displeased--these, and others like them, exist, he thinks, in none of those first four kinds: on such account he adds a fifth kind, which has no name, and so by a new name he calls the soul, as if it were a certain continued and perpetual motion.

      And to prove that most religionists never made it past the Bible or the Enlightenment.

      Quint. Inst. 1.10.7 7] so too dumb insects produce honey, whose taste is beyond the skill of man to imitate, from different kinds of flowers and juices. Shall we marvel then, if oratory, the highest gift of providence to man, needs the assistance of many arts [a profession, art (music, poetry, musicam, litterarum, “artes elegantes ], which, although they do not reveal or intrude themselves in actual speaking, supply hidden forces and make their silent presence felt?

      1 10.9 Who is ignorant of the fact that music, of which I will speak first, was in ancient times the object not merely of intense study but of veneration: in fact Orpheus and Linus, to mention no others, were regarded as uniting the roles of musician, poet and philosopher. Both were of divine origin, while the former, because by the marvel of his music he soothed the savage breast, is recorded to have drawn after him not merely beasts of the wild, but rocks and trees.

      A. Mousikos “leges musicae,” the rules of music “sonus citharae, modos or melody
      B. Vates a soothsayer A poet; a poetess (the oldest name for a poet; but it fell into contempt, B. [select] An oracle, i. e. a teacher, master, authority in any art or profession Sibyllae
      C. Sophos singer, player of instruments.
      D. Judice examine judicially, to judge, be a judge, pass judgment, decide (syn.: judicium facio To condemn = damnare
      E. Lĭnus son of Apollo and Psammate, killed him by a blow with the lyre:

      [10] So too Timagenes asserts that music is the oldest of the arts related to literature, a statement which is confirmed by the testimony of the greatest of poets in whose songs we read that the praise of heroes and of gods were sung to the music of the lyre at the feasts of kings. Does not lopas, the Vergilian bard, sing

      The wandering moon and labours of the Sun
      Aen. i. 742.

      and the like? whereby the supreme poet manifests most clearly that music is united with the knowledge even of things divine.
      11] If this be admitted, music will be a necessity even for an orator, since those fields of knowledge, which were annexed by philosophy on their abandonment by oratory, once were ours and without the knowledge of all such things there can be no perfect eloquence.

      Ant that is the ancient, superstitious perhaps part of being Earth Born or of the KOSMOS because Scripture universally connects music and rhetoric to men who who neither intent to teach or others obey God {Isaiah 29; Ezekiel 33} and also of BURNING

      [12] There can in any case be no doubt that some of those men whose wisdom is a household word have been earnest students of music: Pythagoras for instance and his followers popularised the belief, which they no doubt had received from earlier teachers, that the universe is constructed on the same principles which were afterwards imitated in [p. 167] the construction of the lyre, and not content merely with emphasising that concord of discordant elements which they style harmony attributed a sound to the motions of the celestial bodies. Note1

      Note 1 The music of the spheres: cp. the vision of Er in Plato (Rcp. 10) and the Somnium Scipionis of Cicero. The sounds produced by the heavenly bodies correspond to the notes of the heptachord.

      Wise is SAPIO Suggest be inspired by God, high minded, proud SOPHOS mostly of poets and musicians, Pi.O.1.9, P.1.42, 3.113; en kithara, sophōtatos as a title, esp. of lawyers or professors, legomenōn ponērōn men, 2. of things, toilsome, painful, grievous, “erga” Hom.Epigr.14.20; “nousōn ponēroteron” Thgn. 274; “phortion” Ar.Pl.352. phort-ion , to, THE LADED BURDEN RELIEVED BY: Matthew 11.30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light."

      Xen. Anab. 7.1.37On the next day Coeratadas arrived with his sacrificial victims and his soothsayer, and there followed him twenty men loaded with barley-meal, another twenty with wine, three with olives, another man with as big a load of garlic as he could carry, and another with onions. After setting down all these things, as though for distribution, he proceeded to sacrifice.

      A Soothsayer is manti^s Sibulla:— diviner, seer, prophet of Apollo of the Pythian priestess. Miriam was called a prophetess or a SOOTHSAYER: in Egypt she was the Primary Speaker or PARASITE.
      “quas tu mulieres quos tu parasitos loquere,”

      [14] It is recorded that the greatest generals played on the lyre and the pipe, and that the armies of Sparta were fired to martial ardour by the strains [Modos] of music. And WHAT ELSE is the function of the horns and trumpets attached to our legions? The louder the concert of their notes, the greater is the glorious supremacy of our arms over all the nations of the earth.

      Again, those who claim that PSALLO ever meant "musical melody" claim that God and Paul were so ignorant that they didn't know about the word MODOS or MELODY. Scripture never speaks of musical melody but noise because God SUPPLIED NOT A VERSE in musical meter. God BREATH the Spirit and Jesus SPOKE "without measure", METRON or musical melody. SPEAK is the opposite of ODE or any sing-song presentation claiming to TEACH that which is written for our learning.

      This is the story of the Levites who performed WORK SONGS to force even Jewish people into slavery to build a temple God had not commanded. They just built that temple without sound.
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