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Author:  yhg342 [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:52 am ]
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These glyph are on the box of Collector's Edition.
we can see most glyph show the name of "james" ,these glyph or language of light is mysterious.
enjoy it .
this edition includes 15 paintings and the NO.of this limited in its edition size to 1500 units.
15 seems to be a multi-level NO.in wm.
Up to now,Wingmakers have only released 15 high-resolution paintings of AA site.(some can be download on wm site,some need to buy)

Why not all of 24 paintings of high-resolution ? interesting...
if you have Collector's Edition,please post it here,thanks a lot!
if you can not see the picture see this link http://www.douban.com/photos/photo/918990557/

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Author:  starduster [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 9:22 am ]
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good question ... and you might add, why these 15? of course they are all from the AA site but what else do they have that makes them important to have in my home ?

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looks to me like this was written left to right :roll:

Author:  dberges [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:40 pm ]
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On our box there is a completely different set of glyphs than the one you show starduster. So I think that each box is written for that box only. That is just my feeling on these glyphs.

Author:  starduster [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:44 pm ]
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really ! ... could you please take a picture of the glyphs on your box ... and yhg, could you please repost your picture so we can see if there is a difference.

That is very curious to me ... could all 1500 collections have a unique signature on the box? My box has been on the top of boxes that got packed and moved four times ... and received some wear and tear over the past six years ... perhaps I should have taken better care of it? Maybe it is a "ticket" :D

now for the next most obvious question (to me) is ... where do you "see" the signature on the box ... in which corner ... I assumed it was the bottom right hand corner looking at it as if it were a signature on a painting (10w x 14h) ... but if it was the top left ... then it would appear to be written rt to lf - and to me some how makes more sense ( for lack of better words) as if it were "addressed" to me


or could it have been intended to be opened wide/side ways ... with the signature in the bottom left corner ... or the top right ... ?



and you are quite right Darlene, I had, at first glance, thought that the glyphs were embossed on the box, but I see that they very easily could have been etched on later with a gold (liquid ink) pen :shock:

Author:  yhg342 [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:08 pm ]
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things become more interesting
everyone who has this box,please upload your glyph here,thank you!
I got this box in 2010.7.

Author:  starduster [ Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:39 pm ]
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yes, I can see it now ... how very interesting ... it appears that James personalized each box ... why have I never heard this before? Thank you for this topic yhg ... can you tell me where you see this on the box - yes, I hope everyone will post their "signatures" and that collectively we can ponder this mystery

I recognize some of the glyphs in your signature, from the paintings ... :D

not sure but I believe I bought this collection Sept of '05, but didn't frame it or hang them until I moved out of the RV in '06 and had enough wall space :wink:

Author:  yhg342 [ Wed Mar 30, 2011 3:04 am ]
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I FIND A NEW ONE
I find that the glyph are different colors.Mine is silver.
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Author:  dberges [ Wed Mar 30, 2011 3:46 am ]
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Ours is gold and it is in the bottom right corner.

I think you will find that this is the Senzar writing that James speaks about in the Questions and Answer of the Creator section.

Author:  markzorb [ Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:44 am ]
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Glyphs seem like musical notes to me......and the more I look at them....is like I "hear " a sound in my head that is very comforting......'makes " me want to strive to be more.

Author:  yhg342 [ Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:55 pm ]
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different glyphs,different colors,different position on the box(mine is in the middle of the box,a little up)
of course,different meaning
mysterious purpose

Author:  Shayalana [ Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:21 am ]
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yhg342 wrote:
different glyphs,different colors,different position on the box(mine is in the middle of the box,a little up)
of course,different meaning
mysterious purpose


Some of the music of the chambers is the same, some hear their name in the music, I know some who do and others who hear it as well. All of the materials are encoded and it speaks to many whether in the music the Art or where ever it does , that they see and/or hear is what matters. For then.... the gold of their soul is touched, if not awakened... :wink:

Author:  starduster [ Thu Mar 31, 2011 2:09 am ]
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I love this topic ... it is like a surprise gift from James through yhg ... as he shared his finding... :D

Author:  markzorb [ Thu Mar 31, 2011 7:46 am ]
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Funny and deLightful.......the music is in the Air,,,,which are in the Chambers that embrace every part of our Being......happy happy joy joy :D :D :D

Author:  yhg342 [ Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:42 am ]
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a friend send me her glyph,also includes "james"
the final glyph seems related to sex chromosome of female--XX
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Author:  starduster [ Tue Jun 28, 2011 6:33 pm ]
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yhg342, received another "signature" from a friend, and asked me to upload it to this topic ... due to international bugaboos ... it comes out bigger when I download it into photobucket - Isn't it beautiful ...

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I hope you do not mind but I let "auto fix" sharpen the image and adjust the contrast ...


This is such a great topic, it is so wonderful to see how much care James puts into these collection sets ... not only to autograph each one, but to add a extra word or two is a really nice touch .

Author:  starduster [ Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:41 pm ]
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more signatures ! sent to yhg Thank you for sharing ! ... what a great topic !




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close up of the two signatures above

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Author:  shimmer [ Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:30 pm ]
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How fun. I feel inspired to make my first post here in this thread. Here is the image on my box (location - top 1/3 & centered):

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What James has described as the Senzar language, as described by Madame Blavatsky in the Theosophy writings, is defined as: Senzar - The mystic name for the secret sacredotal language of the "Mystery-speech" of the initiated adepts, all over the world. Further, Senzar is considered the "root language" of our earliest forms of language, like hieroglyphics, sanskrit and the ancient Persian "Avestan" language.

Senzar is likely one and the same as what is known in certain circles as the "Solex Mal" or "Solar Tongue" or "Mother Tongue". This language is likely the shared galactic language that humanity used prior to the legendary Babylonian event -> "So God said, "Come, let us go down and confound their speech." And so God scattered them upon the face of the Earth, and confused their languages."

Anyway, there was a great book written in 1953 called "Other Tongues, Other Flesh" written by a man named George Hunt Williamson. Many argue Williamson is the true inspiration for the Indiana Jones character. Williamson was actively engaged in both archeology and UFO-related research during that period and was well acquainted with Edgar Cayce as well as a man named Don Elkins who was a lifelong UFO researcher and also responsible for the highly compelling, although difficult to read, Ra Material (or Law of One) from 1982-84.

It's some fun reading and they have sketches of many similar symbols to the glyphs on our boxes.

Here's the free link to it at Sacred Texts: http://www.sacred-texts.com/ufo/otof/otof08.htm

Anyway, thought some of you might enjoy poking around with this. It's all quite fascinating, fun and exhilarating, isn't it?

Namaste,

-Shimmer

Author:  yhg342 [ Tue Jul 12, 2011 9:22 pm ]
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I suggest to use scanner instead of camera,but you should adjust the brightness higher in scan software,if you can not use scanner,please shut off the flash light of your camera,place your box in sunlight and take a photo.

shimmer's pic is effected by flash light,
but really thank you for join this topic!
I think you have read SSOA for some time? ssoa changes my life a lot.
(be a vegan)

up to now,silver glyph is less than golden.

Author:  dberges [ Wed Jul 13, 2011 4:39 am ]
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Senzar Glyphs

This is what James wrote when asked about the glyphs in the paintings.

Topical Arrangement of WingMakers Q & A Creator Section of thehttp://www.wingmakers.com

Question 34-S3 – I am interested in the paintings and especially the symbols in them. Can these be translated into English? Are they the Senzar symbols, which DK mentions in his writings?

A. Senzar, besides being an alphabet of its own, can be rendered in cipher characters, which correspond to the nature of ideographs rather than of syllables. Senzar, as a language, was brought by the Central Race to Earth. The reason is quite simple. Ideographic language can convey a tremendously complex concept in a single character. It’s very efficient and can be effectively encoded for highly targeted transmission. Cosmological and mathematical
concepts of significant importance could be reduced to a symbolic rendering, but the contextual meaning of color and secondary matrix brought the full meaning of the symbol to light, thus its encoding was complete.

In other words, you can look at a specific symbol of the 24th Chamber Painting (e.g., the second, primary character in the vertical matrix in the upper left section of the painting). If taken out of its framework, this particular character means one thing, which would transpose to Sanskrit, but when viewed in its contextual matrix, it is elevated to Senzar, where its meaning is encoded as representing the Wholeness Navigator within the human instrument. Senzar is a language that flows between alphabetic characters, mathematical symbols, and musical notes. It is an integrated language, sometimes referred to as the Universal Language of Light or the Insignias of First Source.

Author:  hidelight [ Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:45 am ]
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Author:  yhg342 [ Sun Aug 14, 2011 7:57 pm ]
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this pic is better than before,thanks to starduster,I can upload pic now.

Author:  markzorb [ Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:56 pm ]
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Author:  yhg342 [ Sat Aug 20, 2011 9:41 pm ]
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if you can not see Markzorb's picture,then this is it.

Author:  Ananake [ Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:31 am ]
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It's interesting seeing all these together. I get subtly different "vibes" from each of them. Some of them seem to be drawn by a hand that is "flowing" or loose, others feel more constrained. I am not a trained graphologist, but the name "James" looks different in some of the signatures. I wonder if they were all drawn by the same person. Does it matter? Probably not.

Author:  hidelight [ Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:50 am ]
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That is the whole thing about signatures, that they are by one and the same hand. It does matter in so far they exist.

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