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Re: VMs: VMS provenance (Hamptonese)
As poor substitutes, you might try automatic writing and Nostradamus.
I started a Hamptonese download but it was to be 6 hours. Maybe I had
a bad connection.
On 16 Jul 2004 at 0:14, Dennis wrote:
> Borek Lupomesky wrote:
> > > I am struggling with all this with Hamptonese. There
> > > is more likelihood there that Hamptonese is written
> > > glossalalia.
> > If I recall correctly, Hampton drew some plans or schemes for his
> > Throne that contain labels in Hamptonese. How do these labels fit
> > in with the glossolalia theory?
> If the labels seem consistent across different labels,
> then it contradicts the glossalalia theory. I need to
> get more info on the labels from the Smithsonian.
> As it is, the Ten Commandments pages in the Drawing
> section have Hamptonese labels that are consistent with
> different formats for the Table of the Ten
> Commandments. Although the Hamptonese text is mostly
> a single "word" for a single Commandment, this is a
> good indication that Hamptonese is not glossalalia.
> We also have two bilingual pages in the Drawings
> section, as well as several versions of the Seven
> Dispensations in Hamptonese. These I will definitely
> have a further look it.
> However, does anyone knows of a genuine sample of
> "written glossalalia" / glossagraphia, of size
> comparable to the Hamptonese Diary (29K) or the VMs
> (?250K). This would give us a point of reference, and
> some basis of saying whether something is "gibberish"
> or not.
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