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  • Mother Earth Singing

    Love makes... the world go round
    So keep your ear... to the ground
    And listen for... the sound
    Of... Mother Earth calling

    She is singing... to you
    Because.. she wants.. you to know
    That she has.. your memory
    And she wants.. your love to grow
    Because... that’s... what makes
    The world... go round.

    .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....

    The outline of what this lullaby is about.

    Indigenous Australians sing the songlines.

    The act of 'singing', in context, is the act of putting positive conscious intent into the ground, into the memory field of Mother Earth's grid system. Memory is extremely important as it has the potential to effect whatever follows after.

    The physical energy-field system, with it's polarity, results in a resonance between poles - that resonance field is the physical memory field. It supports the memory of the frequency output from a conscious energy system.

    Modern computers use this attribute of the physical energy polarity and the resulting memory field - computers are a synthetic system; with other attributes that allow the memory to be manipulated and changed. In essence it is the silicon, with it's absolute faithfulness to preserving frequency, therefore absolute memory, that is being employed. The most abundant element in the earth's crust is oxygen, the second most abundant element is silicon. Nature-based native cultures were able to tune in and utilise the organic system.

    'Singing' in this context can viewed as being similar to prayer. The difference being that First Nation cultures did not have a religious structure that gives power up to something else. All the ceremony and ritual is to do with respect; of Natural Law. Observe it, pay respect to it. Keep the respect alive, through the stories being sung.

    The singing is the act of putting out positive conscious intent, for specific reasons of maintaining balance for Mother Earth, the elements, all of nature, and the universe. This is practiced as a ritual story that belongs to the harmonic of the particular line been sung on.

    Bora rings are one type of ceremony place. Community singing of significance is a ceremonial practice on Bora rings. They are stone circles constructed on vortices which are the confluence of songlines. That is the commonly shared knowledge; though singing was also observed in places other than the vortices themselves, along songlines, and sometimes in other areas. The singing works anywhere, though the easiest places to put the information/intent into the ground, as memory, is over songlines and particularly the vortices.

    Not to be confused with 'being sung' when targeted by 'bone pointing' or 'sorcery work'.

    Other nature-based native cultures were also aware of the natural energy fields and the memory relationship to these fields. Elsewhere on the planet societies were using such knowledge to 'amplify' their intent of prayer, often building temples, cathedrals and rock platforms on vortices. I have visited and studied some of these places in my travels in Asia, South Pacific and Europe.

    Aboriginal people not only sing the lines, many can read them.
    Different levels of skills for different people.
    I have this skill, to some degree, and so do most of you, as a potential, much like telepathy.

    The lullaby is also referring to the conscious field system of Mother Earth herself. Gaia concept to some.
    You can hear this consciousness too when you tune in.

    We know little of how to write about this scientifically at this stage, though some studies are unraveling the science, bit by bit, in order to explain it for diacratic thinkers. Suffice to say that when we recognise children 'getting it', we scaffold their awareness.


    In 2005 I wrote this lullaby when working in early childcare.

    Copyleft: Please share it freely and openly should you care to, though copyright allows no copying for purposes of sale.
    In lieu of an audio here, perhaps you can come up with your own interpretation of how it sounds to you.

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