WEAVING THE TAPESTRY OF LOVE
THE PEACE BOOK

by
Monk Madhi
&
Jacqueline A'MA'AT

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You can see that all of the words used in the Star Art of THE PEACE BOOK are spelled using only those letters spelling the phrase itsElf ....
Introduction to the Lexigram
 
 

THE PEACE BOOK
... from the letters ...
ABCEEHKOOPT
..... revealing .....

PEACE BE THE HOPE
OH, TO KEEP THE PEACE
TO BEAT BACK THE HATE
TEACH THE PEACE TO THEE
THE HATE BETAKE THEE TO HATE
THE PEACE BETOOK THEE TO PEACE
THE HATE BE THE TABOO
BE THE PEACE
BE THE HOPE
BE THEE
AH ~ THE PEACE BOOK
THE POET TAKE A PEEK AT PEACE
THE POET ACT AT PEACE
THE POET BET PEACE BE
HE TEACH THE PEACE TO THEE
HE TEACH THEE TO KEEP THE PEACE
HE TEACH THEE THE HATE BE A CHEAP CHAPBOOK
PEACE BE THE BOOK TO KEEP
HATE TEACH THEE TO CHEAT
THE HATE ATE AT THEE ~THE HATE EAT AT THEE
THE HATE CHOKE THEE
THE HATE BE A CHEAP CAKE TO EAT
THE HATE BE A CHEAP ACHE TO THEE
ACT AT PEACE TO KEEP THE PEACE
THE PEACE TAKE THEE TO THE TOP
ACT TO TAKE THEE TO THE HOPE
TO BE AT PEACE ~ BE THE PEACE
PEACE BE TO THEE
PEACE BE APT !!!
THE HOPE ECHO TO THEE
THE PEACE EHCO TO THEE
A BOOK ETCH THE EPOCH
THE PEACE BOOK
TAKE THE PEACE PATH
TAKE A PEACE PHOTO
EAT A PEACH ~ PET THE POOCH
HEAT THE PEKOE TEA
EAT A TACO ~ EAT A HOTCAKE
TAPE BACH ~ TAKE THE OATH
THE OATH BE ~ PEACE BE
BECK THE PEACE TO THEE
BECK THE BOOK TO PEACE
BECK THE BOOK TO THEE
THE PEACE BOOK
PEACE BE
BEEP BEEP
PEACE BE
BE AT THE PEACE BOOTH
PEACE TO THE POET
CHEEK TO CHEEK
PEACE TO THEE
TOE TO TOE
PEACE BE
BE THE PEACE
KEEP THE HOPE
TEACH THE PEACE
THE PEACE KEEP THE HOPE
PEACE TOOK THEE TO THE TOP
TAKE THE PEACE BOOK TO TOPEKA


 

MONK MADHI and JACQUELINE A'MA'AT are the co-authors of The Peace Book.
Foreward :  to be inserted.
Prior to publication, the Star Art will be condensed.

ABC KEEP THE PEACE
OPEC KEEP THE PEACE

beck  n. 1. A gesture of beckoning or summons.

chapbook  n. 1. A small book or pamphlet containing poems, ballads, stories, or religious tracts. [ chap(man) book ( so called because it was originally sold by chapmen) ]

Hebe  n. Greek Mythology 1. The goddess of youth and spring, cupbearer to the Olympian gods.

    Hek;a;te  n. Greek Mythology 1. Variant of  Hecate .
Hecate  or Hekate : Greek Mythology 1. An ancient fertility goddess who later became associated with Persephone as queen of Hades and protector of witches.

hoecake  n. Chiefly Southern U.S. 1. See johnnycake . See note at johnnycake . [Possibly because it was sometimes baked on the blade of a hoe]

johnnycake  also jonny cake  n. New England 1. Cornmeal bread usually shaped into a flat cake and baked or fried on a griddle. Regional Also Called ashcake Regional Also Called battercake Regional Also Called corn cake Regional Also Called cornpone Regional Also Called hoecake Regional Also Called journey cake Regional Also Called mush bread Regional Also Called pone Regional Also Called Shawnee cake . [Perhaps by folk etymology from jonakin]
Notes: When the Native Americans showed the Pilgrims how to cook with maize, they must have taught them to make johnnycake,  a dense cornmeal bread whose thick batter is shaped into a flat cake and baked or fried on a griddle. Johnnycake,  also spelled jonnycake  and also called journey cake  and Shawnee cake,  is still considered a New England specialty, especially in Rhode Island, where it is celebrated by the Society for the Propagation of Johnny Cakes. The Usquepaugh, Rhode Island, Johnnycake Festival features johnnycakes made of white Indian corn called flint corn.  Outside New England johnnycake is most popular in the South and South Midland states, where it is known as ashcake, battercake, corn cake, cornpone, hoecake,  or mush bread.  The color of the cornmeal, the consistency of the batter, the size of the cake, and the cooking method can vary from region to region. For example, an ashcake, according to a Georgia informant, is " made by wrapping cornbread batter in cabbage leaves and burying it gently at the back of the fireplace " (Dudley Clendinen).
kaph ( käf, kôf ) n. 1. The 11th letter of the Hebrew alphabet. See note at alphabet . [Hebrew kap from kap hand]

koto  n. pl. ko;tos Music 1. A Japanese instrument similar to a zither, having 7 to 13 silk strings stretched over an oblong box. [Japanese]

peekaboo  n. 1. A game for amusing a small child, in which one covers one's face or hides and then returns to view saying "Peekaboo!" adj. 1. Decorated with embroidered holes or eyelets. 2. Made of a sheer or transparent fabric. [ peek boo 1 ]

taboo  also ta;bu  n. pl. ta;boos also ta;bus 1. A ban or an inhibition resulting from social custom or emotional aversion. 2. a. A prohibition, especially in Polynesia and other South Pacific islands, excluding something from use, approach, or mention because of its sacred and inviolable nature. b. An object, a word, or an act protected by such a prohibition. adj. 1. Excluded or forbidden from use, approach, or mention: a taboo subject. v. tr. ta;booed also ta;bued ta;boo;ing ta;bu;ing ta;boos ta;bus 1. To exclude from use, approach, or mention; place under taboo. [Tongan tabu under prohibition]

Notes: Among the many discoveries of Capt. James Cook was a linguistic one, the term taboo.  Cook used this word in his journal of 1777 while he was in the Friendly Islands (now Tonga). Hence, even though similar words occur in other Polynesian languages, the form taboo  from Tongan tabu  is the form we have borrowed. The Tongans used tabu  as an adjective; they spoke of persons or things that were tabu,  that is, "under prohibition, forbidden, or set apart." Cook, besides borrowing the word into English, also made it into a noun referring to the prohibition itself and a verb meaning " to make someone or something taboo. " From its origins in Polynesian society the word taboo  has spread throughout the English-speaking world and has been applied in ways that never occurred to the people from whom Cook originally borrowed it.
[Latin Thebe a nymph, daughter of the river god Asopus from Greek]

Odd, it is .. how THC, POT, TAKE A TOKE are in this Name Art's possibilities.  I shared this with the Monk, and here be his reply ....

Oh, I think I can understand why we get: THC, POT, and TAKE A TOKE in THE PEACE BOOK Star Art. It was the 60's of make LOVE not war and get HIGH (to go where no man has gone before to penetrate the veil!) Actually many Shamanic cultures, cults and religious institutions have used natural drugs to RELEASE the MIND to gain entrance to "other realities." Not that I did this---or at least I didn't inhale!!! LOL

B' EAR with me, BE RA with me, B' ERA with me
Much love
Madhi

 

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