The ancient Lemurian records from the first period known as the Way of the Windhorses*, currently being translated by Almine
Almine’s wisdom on virtually any topic is legendary. Visitors come from around the world to fill their cup from what appears to be her bottomless font of knowledge. Her wisdom is spoken without preceding thought, and her translation of ancient records is done similarly from mindlessness.
The staggering amount of work she accomplishes was something to observe. I asked her if she would produce a translated piece just for this book and if I could observe the process first hand. She explained that there were thousands and thousands of scrolls and tablets – how many did I want?
We settled on whatever she could write in a few hours that I could observe. She indicated that she would translate from a set of Lemurian scrolls that were very small, about 8 inches long when rolled up, not counting the end knobs one holds on to.
She said she would copy two pages of it (the first one you can see in this post) so I could see what the glyphs look like. I asked her if she had translated that particular type of writing before. She answered: “No, these little scrolls are some of the oldest I’ve found – from the first period of Lemuria – that’s why I chose them. I thought they might be interesting…”
The second part of this interview with Almine will be posted tomorrow… stay tuned!
* A Windhorse is like a Pegasus, but with the horn of a Unicorn – it is a symbol of mastery.
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