Thank you for answering ‘the call.’ You are where you are meant to be in this now moment. I just want to acknowledge that you are an amazing being with incredible gifts.
Now, in this present moment, tap into your own genius and know that today is the best day of your life. Decide, here and now, to be fully Present, to be all in. It’s playtime!
Breathe deeply… Still your body… Empty your mind… Breathe… and connect with your spiritual heart. Still, empty and connect… Still, empty and connect… Still, empty and… connect…
Read the four sentence story below out loud, until it makes sense.
11 was a racehorse. 22 was 12.
1111 race. 22112.
It is important that you are not racing ‘to finish this post’. You’ve relaxed, quietened your mind. All you need to do now is take the time you need and read for understanding.
Have you read the four sentences above, so that they all make sense?
The number ‘1’ is said ‘ONE.’ And the number ‘2’ is said ‘TWO’. If you haven’t, simply SLOW DOWN and hear yourself individually say EVERY number ‘1’ and EVERY number ‘2,’ out loud.
Focus on hearing the sound of each ‘1’ and the sound of each ‘2’. Ignore the way 1’s and 2’s have been grouped together in the four sentences. This is a deliberate distraction. It’s a little bit like how a magician gets us to look at something while he palms a card, and ‘magically’ gets that card to appear somewhere else.
Just hear the word sound of each number ‘1’ and number ‘2,’ as you read the four sentences SLOWLY out loud and they will all make sense.
11 was a racehorse or “One One is the name of the first racehorse.”
22 was 12 or “Two Two (the name of the second racehorse) was one (a racehorse) too.”
1111 race or “One One won one race.”
22112 or “Two Two won one (a race) too.”
Now, I invite you to walk in my moccasins for a few minutes and look at my world, through my eyes as we discover hidden wisdoms contained in words.
The term I have been using for over 25 years now, to refer to the process of accessing the abundance of hidden wisdom within words, was The Language Matrix. I say ‘was’ because The Language Matrix has been trademarked.
The process will be referred to simply as ‘Sherlocking‘ or the shortened form of Sherlocking Insights of Self-Discovery from The Morphing Magic of Ultimate WordPlay. By the time you get to the sixth blog post “Out With The Old, In With… ” this too might be tweaked. Until then, I will keep using The Language Matrix.
My journey with The Language Matrix began logically (totally left-brained) and in time quickly developed into intuitive knowings. Now, that first moment was really cool! It still is.
The Language Matrix explores the unsaid, until it magically reveals aspects of the probabilities and possibilities of uncreated Infinite Potential.
More plainly, The Language Matrix can be used intentionally: to verify, to translate, to define, to discover and to predict, thereby making it a valuable research tool.
Every question or problem contains within it, its own answer or solution.
The Language Matrix is not only beneficial for personal matters, but also for problems of a business, technical or scientific nature.
For instance, in the field of medicine, every illness or disease contains within its name(s), descriptions or definitions, its cure or remedy.
This is not my field of expertise, but it would be great if researchers around the globe took a few hours to complete my online course and apply it to provide new insights and breakthroughs for investigation.
Coloured version by Houston Physicist – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=64854222
The Flammarion engraving (above) is a wood engraving by an unknown artist, so named because its first documented appearance is in Camille Flammarion’s 1888 book L’atmosphère: météorologie populaire (“The Atmosphere: Popular Meteorology”) used as a metaphorical illustration of either the scientific or the mystical quests for knowledge. The caption that accompanies the engraving in Flammarion’s book reads: A missionary of the Middle Ages tells that he had found the point where the sky and the Earth touch…
If you still experience child-like awe and wonder and you doodle, sketch, dream or create, then you possess two amazing gifts – curiosity and imagination, that are essential elements in applying The Language Matrix. The beautiful thing is there is no right or wrong, no good or bad, it just is.
Remember, all roads lead to Rome. It’s OK to take a scenic route. Every person has their own personality and ways of engaging with Creation. The way you use The Language Matrix will be totally unique and always leads to Rome! i.e. Always leads to meaningful answers or solutions for YOU!
No matter how small any word is, its hidden wisdoms will vary from person to person. What will be revealed by you to yourself will vary, depending on:
- the depth of your intent
- your level of inner stillness/present feeling state
- your openness to freely associate
- current recollections of your life experiences
Now, let’s see what hidden wisdom The Language Matrix reveals from this well-known statement.
“I and my Father are one”
The slight of hand Word Magic trick, I would like to share first up, is the simple act of moving just one letter, one space. You might prefer to think of it as rearranging or swapping letters.
The statement, “I and my Father are one” attributed to the carpenter Iesus, is from the 1611 Version of the King James Bible, John 10:30. [My friend, Rainbow, who is proof reading this now, just rhetorically quipped: “Is that with AM or PM after the 10:30?]
N.B. The first English language book to make a clear distinction between ⟨i⟩ and ⟨j⟩ was English Grammar by Charles Butler, published in 1633. Iesus, comes from the Greek Iesous and only became Jesus, sometime after the release of the 1611 version of the King James Bible.
Besides, the meaning that you may attribute to this statement, its truth will soon become self-evident. It is a simple example of applying The Language Matrix to verify truth.
Let’s look at the words “I and my Father are one” as just words, without the limitation of historical context or agreed truth. In other words, open yourself to the possibility that there is more here than meets the eye. This is how I interpret Ancient Mysteries.
Your paradigm, your bias, your ways of looking can be totally different to mine. That’s important to recognise, as we all Unite in Unity, yet we all are divine expressions of The Source. Vive la difference!
The point is, if you were so motivated to explore this statement by Jesus, prior to seeing mine, your way of exploring or opening to higher wisdom will certainly be different to mine. There are an infinite number of possibilities and probabilities.
Disputa of the Eucharist by Ventura Salimbeni
It is not necessary to have a religious or spiritual belief in Jesus as the orator of “I and my father and one.” From The Language Matrix standpoint, it is important to keep in mind, that the biblical character, Jesus, was born a Jew and would have spoken Aramaic or the common language of Judea in the first century AD.
There are several ways from The Language Matrix perspective that we can consider the first word, “I”. Here is ONE:
In Aramaic, Jesus, who we are told was both the Son of God, as well as the Son of Man, was a “SON” in English or “BAR” in Aramaic.
His “FATHER” in English referring to the One God or Creator, Yahweh, Jehovah, Elohim,…Allah,…) in the Semetic languages is “AB”, which when reversed is “BA,” which phonetically is the same sound as the Aramaic “BAR” or in English “SON.”
Let’s summarise using the arrow ( → ), indicating change or a substitutional or equivalent form. Just be aware that, where you see an arrow ( → ), mentally think to yourself, ‘becomes’ or “changes to” or “morphs to” (which we will explore in later posts).
(FATHER) → ab → ba → bar → (SON)
Hence, with a little word magic or hocus pocus where the letters ‘a’ and ‘b’ swap places, John 10:30 or “I and my Father are one,’ is in fact a statement of fact/truth. It is self-evident. It also happens to be a beautiful example of The Language Matrix, hidden in plain sight. Remember, that Jesus spoke in parables “for those that have eyes to see and ears to hear.”
In the next post we will go deeper still. We will find more ways to play with words. We will see differently and use other interpretations to reveal more of the richness of meanings contained within this one little letter, “I (i)”.
Each week, we will add to our bag of Word Magic ‘tricks.’
Thank you for walking in my moccasins.
Let me finish by sharing a thought from my great friend Rainbow:
Saying the following words when you arise will set your intentions in alignment with the I AM PRESENCE.
“What a wondrous, glorious, loving day”
Unite in Unity
Grant William Harrison 1/01/2019