The children and myself are honored to be working on our book with Kathy, as we are soulfully enjoying every moment. We are all Grateful to bring these pages into existence as part of our creations together as a whole.
Ahnleigh, Jamie and Tara Tellurians
If there were no Tellurians, this book would not exist.
To all the Tellurians .. You have my eternal Thank You.
20130714 Eugene, Oregon
I have spoken to both girls and here is what we came up with for their introductions to our readers.
Tara is quite bold : I am bald, I love school, my favourite subjects being, math and science. I love to read, and play on the computer, I love animals, including pugs, cats, giraffes and elephants. And I Love my sister and mom, who is writing our book with Kathy.
Jamie is our resident artist at home, she is a teenager who likes photography, drawing, and loves music. She wants me to tell you that we can use any of her art and images that we find pleasing, and I always reconfirm with her right before sharing her art works with you. She has an Instagram account where she shares her arts and images, so that will make it easy to show you her arts. We had a good conversation just now, and she was interested in the StarLightning Express manuscript, so I allowed her to look at the first few pages where you share information about school systems in America. After she finished reading that section, she said to me, whoever wrote this is very smart.
I have shared our newest StarLight Expressions book preview with the girls. Both were happy with smiles on their faces, I could see the appreciation on their faces. Jamie is just sheer happy to know that you are going to use her arts with the Star Arts, and Tara says to tell you, she is happy that you added her Peaceful poem.
We are honored to be creating this book with you, we are soulfully enjoying every moment. We all want to tell you this, because we know that without you, this book would not exist. My children are experiencing these magical steps on how a book is writing itself, through real events, real questions and real answers we evolve as we discuss. We are all coming to realize that through our sharing every one else can experience to some degree our joys and learnings.
We three thank you for being an inventive dreamer, researcher and writer. Through dreaming and imagination and attentive intentions, you have become a very creative human, Kathy Onu !
Tara’s Peaceful Poem, it is short and sweet.
Relax, be mindless on a beach chair, so come under the umbrella, lie down, sleep and feel peaceful.
~ Tara's Peace Talks
I asked Tara if she’d like to re-read, or write and add to her poem, and her answer is just as short and sweet, “No, that is all I wanted to write.”
Tara, do you know what the word lexicon means ?
Yes, Ma’mha, a lexicon is a dictionary of words . . a dictionary is a lexicon.
Ah yes that is correct, now let me ask you, do you know the word, Lexigram ?
Spell it for me please Ma’mha.
Capital L, e, x, i, g, r, a, m.
Mmm no Mha, I have never heard that word. Oh wait, is that what Kathy does ?
Yes my youngrin, yes it is. She has been researching the Lexigram since 1987. Do you know what the Lexigram word means ?
I think I do, Ma’mha, if the Lexigram is what we have been doing. That means the Lexigram is taking the letters of a word you want to play with by making anagrams from those letters, then seeing if you can make any sentences of meaning relating to the word you are studying. Everyone knows how to play the anagram game, Ma’mha. Every older student I asked in our school, they knew what anagrams are. So, the Lexigram part is making sentences with the anagrams of the word, to see if you can find more sense of the meanings of that word you are lexigramming.
You just put a very good definition of the word, Lexigram into one sentence, and you did it without ever seeing the definition of the word, Lexigram. I am beginning to think you are a prodigy, my young lady.
What is a prod uh gee, Ma’mha ?
The word means a very intelligent and wise youngster, one that adults would do well to listen to for they are what folks call, very smart.
Spell it for me, please Ma’mha ?
p, r, o, d, i, g, y. Here, let me also spell it out on our white board.
Tara, Make a sentence for me with the word, prodigy.
I think my Ma’mha would be very pleased if her child could become a prodigy. How do I become a prodigy ?
I see you are looking for the word in the dictionary, read the first definition out loud to me, when you find it.
prah duh gee, pra dih gee. Ma’mha, first definition is : a person, especially a young one, endowed with exceptional qualities or abilities.
What is my special ability or quality, Ma’mha ?
Well, Tara, the way you are learning your words, and seeing how truths are in the sounds and the letter’s arrangements, I would say you are a very bright young lady. I am so pleased you are my little girl growing yoursElf up so nicely. You make being your mom such fun, thank you my little one, you are already my prodigy. Let me tell you the meaning of the nameing of the Lexigram, because it is both an art and a science, well proven to be true, as you have been seeing. I have not used the word before, we have used Star Arts. Those are Lexigrams.
Lexigrams are always capitalized if used as a moun, and if a verb, small letters. The Lexigrams I render .. I call them Star Arts in form from Good Works On Earth.
The Lexigram word comes from two words, the first is the lexi part of the lexicon. So, we know we are working with words here, Tara, because the lexi part means, words. The last part, the gram part at the ending of words you will see means sounded out, spoken out, written out, eg. telegram, sonogram. Lexigram is the meanings in the nameings, you see.
A Lexigram is the Word more fully explained, by itsElf, with its own letters. That is the Lexigram and Tara, remember, not all English words will do this sharing of itsElf like you are seeing recently with words such as IMAGINE, HAPPINESS, PEACEFUL, BREATHES, MUSICIANS, and so many more we have yet to learn.
Tara, are there any other definitions of prodigy ?
Yes, we have two more and the origin of the word, too. I like the origins of words. I am reading now, Ma’mha : a prodigy is an impressive or outstanding example of a particular quality. I have a sentence for that Ma’mha .. the Star Arts we are learning, they are a prodigy of creative new art forms.
My gosh, Tara, that is right. And that was a very good sentence.
I seem to understand what prodigy is, pretty easily. The next definition is : an amazing or unusual thing, especially one out of the ordinary course of nature. The Star Arts are a prodigy in new understandings using words in English.
Tara, do you like the Star Arts ?
I Love learning this way, words are such fun. Ma’mha can I ask you now, what is our new word we will be sharing over dinner ?
Are we a wee impatient, my little one ?
No Ma’mha, I want to go use the lexicon to see if I can find the word parts, lexi and gram. I learned about roots in school today, I want to see if they are roots, and then the fun part is where they came from. I really like the Old English and the Sanskrit. Do you now Sanskrit Ma’mha ?
I do have some experience with Sanskrit. I have experienced some sounds that are creating vibrations within the body.
I agree with Tara that the word, IMAGINE, is a good word to begin our new book. In the art and science of the Lexigram, we look at the word like this : aegiimn : as those are the letters creating that word. The game now is to make anagrams using only those letters, and almost everyone knows the anagram is a word made from some or all of the letters of another word. And then the magic of English begins when you find ways to create sentences from those anagrams that will reveal more meanings of the word you are rendering in the art form of the Lexigram.
We begin our book with this first Lexigram entry at the suggestion of Tara. I agree that the word, IMAGINE, is a good word to begin this children’s book. This book is suitable for all adults. We all think with images, Ahnleigh, and so this is how we imagine ..
IN AN IMAGE
I IMAGINE IN AN IMAGE
I IMAGINE A NAME
I AM MINE NAME
I IMAGINE A GAME
I AM IN A GAME
I IMAGINE I AM ME
I AM ME
NAE MEAN MA
NAE MEAN MAN
NAE MEAN MEN
NAE MEAN ME
I IMAGINE I AM ME
I AM ME
Greetings Kathy, here are the words Tara saw in IMAGINE :
AN AGE IN ME
I AM ME
I AM MINE
A NEW GAME
I AM IN A GAME
I asked Tara if she had ever played a game like ours before. She answered yes, the teacher scrambles the letters in a word and we find anagrams, but she does not put the letters into alphabetical order like we do while we work with them. Love Ahnleigh
Ahnleigh, ask Tara for me if her teacher ever puts the anagrams they find in a word, together to show meanings in nameings like we do.
She says the children do not write sentences with words that they discovered from word scrambles. You are right, no one knows to do it. Tara is learning, and she is having fun learning words this way.
I share more from Tara and I am to tell you, she likes these lines from IMAGINE.
IMAGE A GAME
I IMAGE A GAME
IMAGINE A GAME
I IMAGINE A GAME
I AM IN A GAME
AM I IN AN AGE
AN ENGIMA ??
I AM IN A GAME
I AM IN AN AGE
AN ENIGMA GAME I IMAGINE
Tara knew the ENIGMA word because she knows the name of the musical group, Enigma. So we looked the word up in the lexicon and now she knows the word's meaning. She wanted me to tell you she Loves the music of Enigma.
No child should ever be upbraided for their imagining and dreaming during the day.
We suggest you endeavor to never read past a word you do not understand. You cannot understand any sentence if there is just one word you do not comprehend. When the gloaming arrives, the children all grow very quiet. Only if you know the meaning of gloaming, can you understand. Gloaming means, the twilight or the darkness.
I IMAGINE A GAME
NAE GAIN IN A MEAN MA
NAE GAIN IN A MEAN MAN
NAE GAIN IN A MEAN MIEN *
NAE GAIN IN A MEAN ME
I AM NAE MEAN
An Axiom is defined as something that is self-evident in being true as fact, and cannot be denied. The Star Arts of EYES, LETTERS and SENTENCES are axioms of the science of the Lexigram.
Ahnleigh, this is a salutation I use when speaking with Love in the heart for those I am addressing.
Kathy, I asked Tara and Jamie your question; What do you suppose the word HEARTLINGS means. Both say to you with smiles, little hearts.
Ahnleigh, say to the children with some excitement .. Heartlings Earthlings !!
Now ask them what do they think HEARTLINGS means ?
Tara said Heartlings mean : A person or people who respect each other.
Ahnleigh, that is part of its definition, so that is really really close.
Earthlings == Heartlings
LET THE EAR HEAR
LET THE HEART HEAR
LET THE HEART HEAR HE
LET THE HEART HEAR HER
LET THE HEART HEAR THE EARTH
LET THE EAR HEAR THE HEART RATE
Kathy, believe me when I say this happened a few days ago, in relation to your letter just now. Tara said she would like to see the EARTHLINGS in your book. A few days ago I was going through the Star Arts, and Tara saw Earthlings among all the Star Arts. I had to ask her why the EARTHLINGS, and whether she knows the meaning of Earthlings. This is Tara’s explanation :
I like the sound of the word, and the meaning of it. I sense that EARTHLINGS means a person or people who respect Earth.
Kathy, I so enjoy hearing her meaning of words. I have never told her the meaning of Earthlings. I have to share with you my Gratitude LoveLight
to Our Creator with All That Is for gifting Tara and Jamie within my arms. Jamie started her first volunteer job today. She is helping out in our community center.
THE EARTHLING HAS THEIR HEARING, THEIR SIGHT
LISTEN IN SILENT IN THIS LIGHT
AS THE EARTHLINGS HEAR THEIR HEALINGS
REST THE HATES, HATERS
AS THE HATES TEAR AT THE HEART
AS THE HATES TEAR AT THEE
REST THE HATES, HATERS
HEAR THE HEART
AS HE HEARS THE HEART
HE GETS THE HEALINGS
THE EARTHLINGS GET THEIR HEALINGS
IN THIS ERA, IN THIS AGE ..
AS THIS IS THE LIGHT AGE
AS THE HEARTLINGS SHARE THEIR HEARTS ..
AS THE EARTHLINGS SHARE THEIR HEARTS ..
THE HEALINGS ARE THEIRS
Kathy, these are Tara’s favorite lines from TEACHERS, and I just now notice the first three lines are also in EARTHLINGS . .
HEAR HER SEA
SHE HEAR HER SEA
SHE HEARS THE EARTH’S SEA
THE HEARTS CARE
THE TEACHERS SHARE
SHE HEARS THE TEACHERS’ ARTS
SHARE A HEART
Ahnleigh, I have been thinking about sharing the Star Arts in BLESSINGS. I hesitate because I am not sure if the word is even known by children today, and can parents these days let them learn such a word in a manner that is not religious ? I simply do not know if the word BLESSINGS is a good one for this book creation with the children ?
I have been reading the Keeper of the Words Sword’s manual recently, and BLESSINGS has always held a high honor in wordings. Let me share with you an example, straight from the Words Sword Manual. I will read part of its script, you see, the manual is written in script form with an old bearded magician looking fellow reading the Star Arts to the children ..
We see the Keeper of the Words Sword has written the script with these words . .
Youngrens all, I can tell you now because you can now know
You are and can be be the Eye in the blessings upon anyone anytime
For now . . please allow me .
on screen the old man with the long beard take a deep breath and begins with a smile ..
Blessings Be I Sing
Blessings Begin Being
Blessings Begin Being I Sing
Blessings Begin Being I Sing In Sign
Blessings Begin Being Big I Sing In
Blessings Begin Being I Sing
Blessings Be I Sing In Sign
Blessings Be Big
From down the hallway, a voice ..
Tara, have you seen your mum’s Bliss List ??
Tara, if you could pick the second Star Art word to share in StarLight Expressions, what word would you choose ?
Mh’mha, do I have to answer you right away, or can I feel about for different words for a while ?
You can take your time, sweetie. I will not tell you my choice until you are ready with yours.
I really like our first word, IMAGINE, I am glad we picked that one.
Me too sweetie and just imagine, your sister and you and me, we are all helping write a manuscript in a new way.
Talk about it, Ma’mha. Talk about it for me. Talk about the fire.
The fire, my little one ? What fire ?
The one you mentioned yesterday, where your coauthor bought the kindling for her fire aitch dee whatever that is, and the fire starter, the kindling.
Oh my gosh, sweetie, do you know what kindling is ?
It is small wood pieces that are good for starting a fire.
Yes Love that is true, that is what kindling is. Now, have you ever heard the name or word called, Kindle ?
No Ma’mha, not that I know.
That is the word I spoke yesterday, it is the name of the new manuscript reader that our coauthor just purchased. The maker of this book reader, they called it the Kindle, and then later they made an even better one that you can view the internet with, and they named that one the Kindle Fire. And the aitch dee you are saying, that is right, you are saying the letters, H and the D, together like that they mean High Definition, and that means High Definition images, so the picture is very high quality and very clear, like our neighbors brand new television on their wall.
OK Mha, I see now. The Kindle Fire is a name of the book reader and internet see’r you can use at night, and it is not kindling for a fire. English can be so sneaky tricky.
You can read a Kindle Fire during the bright day, sweetie, these new ones are very different in many ways. We are getting one too. And the reason is, our coauthor wants us to see what our words and arts look like, just the same as when other folks read our book on their book reader. We should be seeing what our readers will be seeing, and that will help us write this book the way it should be written.
Ma’mha, how long will it take you to save for the Kindle Fire ?
Well, sweetie, I am going to mention this to everyone I know and let them know what we are all doing, the three of us. Especially the non-profit part. When folks wish me good luck, I am going to ask them if they can donate a small amount of money to the non-profit group that is working with us on this book.
How much are they Ma’mha ?
We don’t know yet, Tara, they won’t be available in Canada for a little while yet. I did put us on the list at Amazon Canada, so we will get an email when they are ready to let us order.
Do you know anyone who has a Kindle Fire aitch dee, Ma’mha ?
No one in Canada has one yet, sweetie. I can only show you pictures of it on the computer.
I will wait until we get it Ma’mha, then I Canada see and say, this is the real thing, ey ?
You are my little poet and you sure do know it. Now scamper off and find your sister for me, tell her we have a sweet dinner near ready.
Yes Ma’mha. I have a question, can I use the Kindle Fire in my bed to read, Ma’mha ? That sounds funny, a fire in my bed.
Yes sweetie, you can use it when I am not working with it. You have permission to use it from the president of the non-profit himself. He told me to tell you he is so happy about your first word choice, he is moving the IMAGINE Star Art to the front of our book, and he is telling the story about why IMAGINE is the first Star Art to be shared.
I like learning words like this, Ma’mha. Can I have a new word for learning after dinner.
You may young lady, now scamper and find your sister. If she is arting, ask her to wash her hands before dinner.
We invite you, Dear Reader, join us in helping craft this book. We invite your response to this work so far, and if you have a word or phrase you would like your child to learn this way, send us a note and let us know. You could see your choice(s) in our final book. Please email us with your comments, ideas, suggestions, typos, you name it.
Kathy and the Tellurians
Greetings Kathy, earlier this morning Tara was reading StarLight with me, and she was glued to the screen. Here, she is now typing to you :
Tara’s going to write a poem
Tara typed the above herself. She had seen the PEACEFUL Star Art, and decided and insisted to let
you know, she is learning how to write poems in her class.
Tara will write and share a poem with you.
We will put the poem here, when it arrives. Meanwhile, I began to do what I do to take a look into PEACEFUL ..
... from the letters ... aceeflPu
a peaceful clue ?
a peaceful face
a peaceful feel
a peaceful leaf
a peaceful leap
a peaceful pace
a peaceful peal
a peaceful peel
a peaceful place
a clap, clap, clap
a peaceful cafe
a peaceful pal
a peaceful elf
a peaceful clue !
a peaceful U
. . . . . . . .
. . . . .
. . .
Hi Tara, I rendered this Star Art of PEACEFUL for you. Thank You for your persistence on the word, PEACEFUL. I like what it says, a lot. My huge Thank You to You Tara - Kathy
Ahnleigh, please share with Tara in your own way how I appreciate her bringing us back to PEACEFUL. I enjoy our taking the children’s own peaceful pace to help create anew and edit StarLight Expressions.
I really like how PEACEFUL came out. What you see above is called the Spirit Rendition, it almost writes itsElf, as most Star Arts do in their first rendering. Can Tara read the entire PEACEFUL Star Art by hersElf, without help ? Are there any words she did not know ? Let me know how it goes, Ahnleigh.
PLEASE SEE AS ASLEEP
The words PLEASE and ASLEEP, are from the same letters, AEELPS.
A hint to us that we are capable of placing the body to sleep, and we learn to see as we dream, we learn we can dream our dreamings with gentle intention and then, live these dreams in our waking life.
Imagine if you will, you are required to go to sleep for a long time, and when you begin to awaken, you find you are in a new body .. a tiny one.
You sleep in peace though you know not where you are. As you grow, you hear the words, please, and asleep.
Is it possible that Creative Awareness crafted a key in the words, so that you will know to please, see as asleep. We all do, you know.
What are those words ? Ah yes, to sleep, perchance to dream. Now you can take the next step, know you are dreaming and focus gently on any part of the dream and move with it, and create it further.
Here below, I offer you the four keys of near instant awakenings and healings in all things, with a bonus key for easy living.
Hi Tara, this is Kathy, is your mom home ?
Hi Kathy, yes, let me go get her.
Hello Kathy, what a nice surprise.
Hi Ahnleigh, can I take you away from things for a minute or two ?
Yes, of course, I will take a break from gardening in this luscious sun we are having today. Did Tara tell you we planted our garden this weekend?
No, she ran off to get you for me, just lickety-split.
OK, I am seated with an ice tea and ready to listen.
I think our next word might be FRIENDSHIPS. What is your first response to that idea ?
Jamie will go ga ga and Tara will find anagrams like you know what. She has made of game of that, finding words in other words. She gets a lot of laughter and joy from doing so, it gives her a nice happiness to find what she is looking for. So yes, I think both girls will adore this one.
Excellent, we will do it.
One thing before you go, Kathy . .
I want to say to you FINE FRIEND I FIND, SHE INSPIRES I.
.. to be continued.
The HAPPINESS Star Arts are akin to the FRIENDSHIPS Star Arts. Do not pine alone for HAPPINESS in your life, choose to be a friend to others and happiness will always be present in your heart and home.
I SHINE IN HAPPINESS
SHE SHINES IN HAPPINESS
HE SHINES IN HIS HAPPINESS
SHE SPINS IN HAPPINESS
HE SPINS IN HAPPINESS
I SPIN IN HAPPINESS
As I sense my inner self, she becomes the inner ruler,
directing the circumstances of the outer self with a sure hand. - at
MUSICIANS is a Star Art I usually share in the Voicings of the Star Arts performances.
I AM A MUSIC MA
I AM A MUSIC MAN
AS MUSIC IS AN US SUM
AS MUSIC IS US, MAN
AS MUSIC IS US, MA
AS MUSIC IS US
A MUSIC MAN
A MUSIC MA
I AM A MUSICIAN
I SUM US IN MUSIC
I CAN SUM US IN MUSIC
AS I AM A MUSICIAN
SUM IN MUSICIANS IS MUSIC IN US
MUSIC IS IN US MUSICIANS
and Tara shouts out,
MUSIC IS IN US, MA
Hi Kathy, I showed your email to Tara just now, with me explaining the word, PUBLISHES. Tara says to me, “I know what PUBLISHES means, and I see BLISS IS in it.”
Surprises for mom, I did not really know for sure all that about Tara knowing so much and so well.
So I feel to say it is proven, when a child is being read to, and spoken to, and words are shared from birth, those words will bring forth understanding, and as understanding unfolds within their hearts, ringing their true meaning within the word itself, relating to new surroundings and times.
Truly magical watching my little girl learn this way, Kathy. Tara and Eye Thank You !!
You must write the book about this Kathy. I will buy ten prints and give them to friends and then I will get to watch them have this kind of fun with their little ones.
To which I respond, we are almost there. Folks have been asking me to put the Star Arts into book form since 1994.
You are now reading the beginnings of that very book.
This manuscript will go through six more updates before we call it a finalized book. Each update will include more sharings with the Tellurians, and more Star Arts for your, dare we say it .. awakenings and healings.
I SING IN SIGN IN ENGLISH LINES
What is the least used letter in the English lexicon, Ma’mha ?
Probably the letter Q, my youngrin. I know that Kathy would know the answer to this question.
If not, she can easily write some code that will generate the answer from Good Works On Earth’s database called, Sequencers. The computer will go through every word and create a histogram for
every letter in every word in every line in the database.
Yes my little one ?
You know, Ma’mha ..
Yes, I do. A histogram, you say it as hist oh gram. A histogram keeps track of how many you have of various things. For instance, if you have 20 jelly beans, and by sorting them out, you see you have 6 red ones, 4 blues, 7 yellows and 3 browns, well there you go, that is your histogram. Histogram is a very easy word to know, we all do it, but we just call it a list, or a tally.
That means their database goes through all their millions of lines of English words and phrases, and counts how many times each letter is used, in the entire memory ?
That is correct. Shall we ask Kathy if she knows the answer ?
Yes Ma’mha, let’s do.
Bliss List Keeper : the Tellurians
Bliss, Blissed, Blisses
Blissful - Tara expressed, the word Blissful is carrying Bliss the best.
Blissing, as in Blissing out, enjoying the awarenesses of the still silent observer
Blitheness : blithe is happy or joyous; also, a casual and cheerful indifference while being and observing. Our natural state is blitheness.
Blessing Be : a phrase Love likes to hear, sae and see
Blossoming : oh so sweet
Blossomings : too sweet, a rose by any name is bliss on the nares, aka nostrils
ESS BLESS LESBIANS
Sunbliss : new word
Sunblissed : new word
Unbliss : get a little sun
Unblissed : get out in the sun now and then
Unblissful : feel unblissful ? read StarLight Expressions slowly with care
Publishers : Good Works On Earth
Publishes : the StarLight Series, and the Star Arts, and the Starry Arts
Publishings : by Good Works On Earth
Here we go, Tara, are you ready to type our question to Kathy ?
Yes, Ma’mha, I know what I want to say.
Kathy, do you have the histogram of the letters for the Sequencers database ?
Tara, come sit with me at the computer. You have a response about the histogram.
What did Kathy say, Ma’mha ?
Come read with me, sweetie. You read along with me . .
Hi Tara, I can run a histogram on the StarLight database. That is our in-house database we use for all of our researches. It has millions of lines of English phrasings, and words from specialized lexicons. How did you learn about the histogram ?
Shall we type her back now, or after dinner, Tara my Love ?
Let’s do it now Ma’mha, and can you type and I will tell you what to say ? Can you put it up on the bigger screen so I can watch you type, please.
As you wish, now let us begin my youngrin .. what do you wish to say to her ?
Hi Kathy, Ma’mha says the letters, P, Q and the X are the least used letters in the English language. We talked about that and mom used the word HISTOGRAM. I never heard the word before so I asked, and Ma’mha defined it for me, and that’s how we are asking you if you have the histogram on the database and, will you share it with us so we can see how often the letters are used ? I want to see what is the least used letter. And Kathy, what are “specialized lexicons” ? Thank You, Love Tara
Please read it for me Ma’mha, let’s make sure it reads right.
Tara, come be with me at the computer, you have another response on the histogram. Come sit with me sweetie, I will read it to you . .
Hi Tara, I know I have the information you asked for somewhere in the files, and I will find it, or regenerate it from the database, and then send it to you.
Tara, do you know the word, regenerate ?
Re means to do something again, like resee and redo; and generate means to make something anew, like electricity or a new copy of a file, or like a cell making a new cell of itself.
Those are very good examples, little one .. now I continue reading Kathy’s response . .
I have not done much programming since we began publishing at Good Works On Earth, and you now know how that goes. Thank You so much for being a part of this book’s creation. I tell you what, Tara .. we are soon to publish the StarLight Expressions’ first installment, and I think we are going to be doing six installments before the final publishing is done. I promise the histogram of the English language in our StarLight database will be in the very next update.
You also asked what is the specialized lexicon. That is any dictionary containing terms and words specific to any field of endeavor. Music is an example, next time you are in the bookstore, ask your mom to show you the Reference Section, where the dictionaries are kept, and find a musical lexicon, it will contain the meanings of the many wonderful words used to make beautiful music. Just the other day I came across very unique terms I have never seen before, and I was able to know what they were because I have a Photography dictionary .. I am studying how to write the documentary script of this work, and knowing about camera’s used in the process of filming helps an author write a better script.
You can do this with anything that interests you, Tara. Anytime you want to learn, ask yoursElf if there is a dictionary that covers the subject. Learning is easy, when you know the meanings of the nameings and words involved. Tara, I spell it that way, so I never forget.
NAMEINGS == MEANINGS
Blessings Bee Yee
from the StarLightning Express manuscript :
Which brings me to an idea for the word, teachers. They really are not capable of teaching anyone anything. When you demand teaching be taught what you get is cheaters caught. Regarding learning, all that can occur is the student learns from those who easily share knowledge. Each student learns at his or her own pace. No two people learn at the same rate, nor are their interests the same. If you and I read a technical bulletin on how to fix a windmill, I may read slower than you and I may have to look up twenty-seven words to make sure I understand the material. You may have had a father who was a mechanic and you learned much of that material and so you can read it faster and with a more complete comprehension. If we invite someone over to show us how to fix it we might call that mechanical person someone who shares their knowledge. You have someone willing to share and you have someone willing to see and hear and learn. You have a match. Much better than how teachers create cheaters. So, let us call those who share their knowledge with others as SHARERS. Lexigramming the word shows us we have a useful idea here.
from the letters
. . revealing . .
HE HEARS HER
HER EARS HEAR HE
HE HEARS ~ SHE HEARS
AS HE SHARE ~ AS SHE SHARE
ARE SHARERS RARE EARS ?
AS SHARERS HAS ESS
ESS HAS SHARERS
HEAR A SHARER
It would be far better to call those who share knowledge of how to learn, sharers. This one change would instantly create a mental shift of awareness in the ‘teachers,’ and in those learning. The sharer would recognize the true reality that they do not force information and ideas upon anyone. They are there to share what they know to be true and useful. Those who desire to learn will know they can share in that person’s knowledge and abilities, if they choose. Sharers would not get up and lecture ad infinitum, ad nauseum. The sharer knows how to learn anything they wish to learn, and they can share the few secrets to learning with others. When someone who is studying under their guidance, that person studies the materials, works with that which he is studying if possible, and while they are reading, hearing or seeing, they can at any time stop the process and find out the meaning of any word they do not know. To continue beyond any unknown word is tantamount to torture to the person learning. When they ‘get stuck’ and cannot understand something they can ask the sharer for assistance and that person, by asking questions of the student, can find what the student is confused about and lead the student to the source of the confusion, and so clear it up. Usually the source of confusion is a word or words not understood or mis-understood.
To waken interest and kindle enthusiasm is the sure way to teach easily and successfully.
- Tryon Edwards (1809-1894)
We welcome you to THE TEACHERS STAR ARTS, from the letters : a c e e h r s t. These letters allow us to spell out below, THE TEACHERS STAR ARTS, using its anagrams. We can use the two ee’s to create anagram, because teachers carries two ee’s in its creation. You can see the words THE, STAR and ARTS are anagrams of TEACHERS, and more . .
AS THE TEACHERS CARE
A TEACHER SHARE THE HEART
A TEACHER SHARE THE HEART EAR
AS THE TEACHERS SHARE THE HEARTS
THE TEACHERS SHARE AS HEARTS HEAR
A TEACHER SHARE, THE HEART EAR HEAR
AS A TEACHER SHARE, HE CARE AS HE SHARE
AS THE TEACHER SHARE, SHE SHARE HER HEART
AS THE TEACHERS SHARE THE HEART ARTS
THE TEACHERS SHARE THE EARTH ARTS
AS A TEACHER SHARE THE HEART ART
AS TEACHERS SHARE EARTH’S ARTS
AS THE TEACHERS SHARE
AS THE TEACHERS CARE
THE TEACHERS SHARE
THE TEACHERS STAR ARTS
Please be aware this expansion of the TEACHERS’ Star Arts are not easily suitable for youngsters who have not been subject to teachers and their constant testings and their learnings to cheat or even learning about the act in cheating.
AH HA !
A SHE HAS HE
AS HERS HAS HE
THE HEARTS CARE
THE TEACHERS SHARE
AS SHE HEARS A TEACHER
SHE HEARS THE TEACHER’s ARTS
AS SHE SHARE THE TEACHER’S ART
AS SHE HEARS HER ~ AS HE HEARS SHE
THE TEACHER SHARE AS SHE SAT THERE
SHE SAT HERE AS SHE SHARE
SHE STARE AS SHE HEARS THE TEACHER
AS HE HEARS A TEACHER, THE TEACHERS SHARE
HEAR THEE, HEAR THEE !! HEAR HEAR, HEAR HEAR !!
AS THE TEACHERS SHARE THE STAR ARTS
THE STAR ARTS ARE SET
REST THE HATES, HATERS, REST THE HATES
AS THE HATES TRASH THE HEART, TRASH THE EARTH
TEACHERS REST THE HATERS HATES, SHARE THE HEART’S REST
TEACHER TEACH THE HATERS : AS THE HATES REST, THEE REST AT EASE
TEACHERS TEACH, EASE THE HATE, AS THE HATES EAT AT THE HEART
AS THE HATES HEAT THE HEARTS : AS THE HATE EATS AT THEE
TEACHERS TEACH : REST AT EASE : SEE THE HATES AS SHAT
THE HATES ARE SHAT AS : THE HATES HEAT THE HEART
SHE HEARS AS SHE SAT ~ HE HEARS AS HE SAT
HEAR THE HEART HERE ~ HEAR THE EAR
REST THE HATES, REST THE HATE, THEE
HEAR THE HEART ~ SHARE THE HEART
HEAT THE TEA ~ REST AT EASE
SHARE A CARE
HEAR THE EAR HERE
HEAR THE HEART HERE
HEAR THE HEART RATE
REST THE HEART RATE
HEAR THE EARTH’S HEART
HEAR HER HEART RATE
HEAR HER TREES
HEAR HER SEA
A SEER SEE ~ THE SEER HEARS
THE SEER SEE : A TEACHER SHARE
A SEER HEARS THE TEACHERS SHARE STAR ARTS
A SEER SEE, THE TEACHERS’ STAR ARTS REST HERE
TEACHER == ACEEHRT == CHEATER
Here, we expose the truth of the matter . .
We have CHEATERS because we have TEACHERS.
The word tells you
TEACHERS CREATE CHEATERS.
The word tells you, TEACHERS == CHEATERS
You have one, you are going to have the other.
RATE THE TEACHER : RATE THE CHEATER
THE TEACHER CREATE THE ACT, A CHEATER HATE THE ACT
A TEACHER CARE, A CHEATER CARE
HEAR THE HEART HERE
HEAR THE HEART EAR
THE TEACHERS REST THE CHEATER’S CHEATS
THE TEACHERS HEARTS REST THE CHEATERS HEARTS AS TEACHERS SHARE THE ARTS
THE TEACHERS REST THE CHEATS, REST THE TEASE
THE TEACHERS SHARE AT EASE
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : SEE AT EASE
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : HEAR AT EASE
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : THESE ARE THE ARTS
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : THESE ARE THE EARTH ARTS
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : THESE ARE THE HEART ARTS
THE TEACHERS SHARE HERE : THESE ARE THE REACHES
HE REACHES AS SHE REACHES AS THE TEACHERS SHARE THERE
This evening Tara and I played a game, we went through the manuscript to find words that she likes. She decided to put her choices into alphabetical order. She worked this list on her own. I had only held the manuscript to read the Star Arts to her.
Tara’s question to you would be :
What are mermaids, and do mermaids exist ?
Tara’s favourite Star Art is MOTHER EARTH.
Tara’s sensing that Mother Earth could mean anything, be anything, and do anything as she is imagining Mother Earth to be.
Words that make mother earth a better place and its humans more sensible:
Mommy is speechless, those two words are great together
Can You IMAGINE FREEDOM?
Meanwhile, here is a snapshot of Tara’s list :
I can tell you what I know about Mermaids .. they exist in the imaginations of men of the sea, and from this they exist in drawings and are described in books, and yet to my knowledge there are no real mermaids swimming in any of oceans of Mother Earth. Never have been, and never will be, at least not as far as I can see from the drawings of mermaids, which never allow for reproduction of the mermaid. And, what of the Merman ? Where is he in history, you see ? You never hear about the real Merman, as there isn’t one. Except in comics and other arts.
Now, Tara, with all that being said, you are the mermaid of your dreamings, as you wish it, as you intend it. Mermaid by night, Tara by day. Being a human is such a miracle.
Laughing with Love, Kathy
A songwriter has graciously given me permission to share these the lines of this song with you ..
Words are symbols for ideas
To help you on your way
Thought turns into form
Directed by what you say
Words dance in our heads
Driven by the mind
Weaving many threads
Into stories that unwind
Pictures of your life
As you see and as you feel
Words are symbols for ideas
They can slay or they can heal
Word Power, by Jeanne L. Thompson
Tara, how many e’s are there in the word, perseverance ?
I count four, Ma’mha.
Excellent answer and now, how many of those e’s are used before the letter, a, appears in perseverance ?
I count one, Ma’mha.
One, you say, ey ? I say we look it up in the lexicon, and we verify how to spell it.
Oh good, I will do it. I have the letter p, now p, e, now p, e, r . . p, e, r, s ..
Ma’mha, there are no English words that begin with p, e, r, s, a. There is no persa word.
Perhaps you need to use more e’s in perseverance, before you use the a.
What is the next word showing right there, Tara ?
The next word is, persecute, Ma’mha. Ah, there it is, just below persecute, we have perseverance, and persevere. Persevere sounds so harsh, Ma’mha, so severe. Now I see how to spell perseverance. We have three e’s before the use of the letter, a.
Correct, and the word persevere means to persist, Tara, and at times it can be harsh to persist in something, until you are done or it is over. I will give you a good example of persevere, Tara . .
You are a good example of one who perseveres. You are a bald little girl, and you know you are unique in life, so to me that means you persevere as yourself, you keep being who you are, Tara Tellurians. Another way of saying this is, the Love I see in your heart persists through time, your Love perseveres for me through time. You grow and you change, but the Love I see and feel as You, the Being Named Tara, this Love never waivers, never changes, never doubts the joys of life. And another example is your learning of words, Tara. It takes lots of perseverance to learn how to spell words properly and to learn their many definitions. Some words have ten or more different definitions, and the biggest examples of that are the tiny words, like, it, is, as, a, be, and do, or, to and of, and but, then, also, words like who, and whom, and what, and which, and so, is another example, the word, so. Look that one up, Tara, and tell me how many different definings of the word, so, do you see ?
And another thought on persevering in doing anything, including the Lovely nothingness of meditating . . persevering can be enjoyable and a lot of fun, Tara. Let me ask you this question, can you recall a time in your young life where you persisted in doing something that at first was not easy, or enjoyable, and yet after a while you began to see how to do it and you found a lot of goodness about it ?
. . to be continued.
Kathy, you will not believe what Tara just shared. I have spoken with Tara, and I asked her the questions, same as you have asked below.
You have to build up to this one, so each can easily make the buts connection. Ask her about the word, DOUBTS. What does it mean to her. What happens when a person has doubts. What might a person say who has doubts 'bout an idea or action ?
If you hear her say, they will say but, meaning they don’t want to do something, or agree on something, well then, you have hit the jackpot. Well, actually Tara did. You can do this with Jamie and Tara listens, or the other way around.
You want the girls to see that people who have doubts about anything, will say the word but in relation to doing it, agreeing on it, whatever it is in relation to what they have doubt about. After they get that idea of connecting the dots of BUT with DOUBTS, write this out for them in big letters:
DOUBTS DO BUTS
Ask Tara if this DOUBTS word is a good word to include into the book she is working on. Please say it that way, as she is working on this book, we both know she is contributing, she and Jamie are both leading us with their contributions. We are two adults listening deeply to two children, so we can hone this book to the wisdoms of the eight and ten and twelve and fourteen and sixteen and eighteen year olds. Much research has been done over many years, and I do believe you are right, the children deserve to see the Star Arts, in a manner they can understand them, they can then explain Star Arts to their parents and grand-parents and friends.
Again I suggest, you can ask Tara, almost word for word, if the DOUBTS word is a good word to include into the book she is working on.
Not many youngrins get to hear that sentence spoken to them. In my book, you are the rarest of mothers. Give the children my thank you, for again and again, they inspire me.
This is Tara’s reply :
You use the word DOUBTS when you do not really believe in something, or do not know something.
Then, I had asked Tara to see what DOUBTS reveal, this is her response in order as she discovered each word herself: BUT, DOT, DO.
Then she came up with DOBUTS in one word. She explained to me all she had to do is, switch the letter U with the letter B. Then she could see, DOUBTS becomes DOBUTS, as in DO BUTS. DOUBTS DO BUTS. Pretty incredible.
Ahnleigh, I simply adore your every sharing of your children’s learnings in this manner. You can tell Tara, I found another addition to her lines:
US DO DOUBTS ?
US DO BUTS !
US DO DOUBTS ?
US ‘B’ DOBUTS !
Thank You, Tara and
Thank You, Jamie ..
Thank You, Ahnleigh
‘I love to read, and play on the computer, I love animals, including pugs, cats, giraffes and elephants’ - Tara
Tara, let’s play with the ELEPHANTS, anagrams wise.
OK Ma’mha, do you have the scrabble tiles ready ?
Yes, I pulled out all the letters that spell ELEPHANT, earlier this morning.
I bet we don’t have a lot of p’s, do we Ma’mha ?
You are right again, little one. Do you think it is one of the least used letters in the lexicon of English, like the Q is the very least used ??
Mommy knows her daughter can see the existence of BLISSFUL as a word, and because we look at the word and share what it means, and we look it up in the lexicon when need be by Mommy .. we learn the word and my child knows bliss. We give each other examples of what we feel and think BLISS IS, and how it feels to experience the awareness of BLISSFUL.
And in these simple doings, my daughter will know the words with which we humans communicate. She will also know when she does not now a word’s meanings, and she knows how to look up the word in various ways, including the large lexicons. We both enjoy this simple game, and we both learn a bit every time we play. Compare that to asking or letting my child sit in front of a television program of dubious value hour after hour and you will see my daughter is also winning.
DESIRE I DESCRIBE RESIDE BESIDE I
I DESCRIBE DESIRE, I SIRE DESIRE
I BE SCRIBE, I SIRE DESIRE I DESCRIBE
Beginning of Zee last pages.
Jamie Tellurians, the artist of almost every art in StarLight Expressions.
NAMEINGS == MEANINGS
Tara Tellurians created this image of hersElf with her sister’s help.
STATEMENTS == TESTAMENTS
work in progress and
art in progress
WO is my shortened sounding for Woman.
Wait !! No one mentioned one of the best Star Art of all !!
Which one is that ?
Next build of this book in production will SHARE THE BREATHES STAR ARTS.
Speaking of which .. Tara, here is the histogram I promised you so long ago .. Our database had 911,317 English word, name, and phrase entries. There are 13,161,898 letters used to create those entries:
Ma'mha, now that Kathy sent the histogram of the letters in the Sequencers Database, the answer to the question of, Is the P among the least used letters, the answer is no, it is the 9th least used letter.
Zees Ees Zee Last Line of Zee Last Page.
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