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keir Wrote:Well, as I didn't get to read the replies to this thread before, I decided to post it on the new forum!

I wonder, does anyone remember speaking another language? If so, what was it like? Was it similar to any well-known languages? Can you remember any specific words and their possible meanings?

As for myself, I don't remember anything in another language. But, I do have a slight lisp that most compare to a German accent, or something guttural. I get asked what language I speak at home often!

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i'm going to reply here.

i think in another language. although i could not tell you what the language is or even how to speak it out loud. this often times interfers with my communication in this life time with what is my native language now. i often get confused on very simple words because they don't translate properly so i tend to look at people like i am confused. it's rather interesting to tell the truth.

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2008-01-10 15:28
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Kayako Wrote:
daemonstryke Wrote:maybe we should have another Voice forum 8)
Seconded.

Back on topic, as I stated elsewhere, my mind likes to speak in gibberish that sounds like japanese, but more lyrical. That's probably just something I subconsciously made up, though. I used to have my own alphabet when I was a kid, after all. I'm prone to rejecting english. <!-- sTongue --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" title="Razz" /><!-- sTongue -->
2008-01-10 15:34
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i dont know whether its my kin language but i always have the urge to speak this language that sounds a bit like elvish.
I don't know what the words mean or whether its even a language but i just really want to speak it. Dont know why Confused

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2008-01-10 17:16
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I replied just before things went boom. Nrrrrgh.
(And moved it over to the new home. Nrrrrgh!)

I'm thinking on the same track as Ashaiel (<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://okphenomena.netfreehost.com/viewtopic.php?p=1020&mforum=okphenomena#1020">http://okphenomena.netfreehost.com/view ... omena#1020</a><!-- m -->). There is a language, which became more and more popular as more souls ascended to enlightenment. Prior to that, Song was the most used form of communication. The Song is intrinsic to Angelics, and cannot be learned... the language, however, can (which is why it gained popularity).

I don't know if it's Divine language, but I've slipped into tongue a couple of times when completely zoned. I can't remember a word of it, but I remember how it sounded... flowing, but tightly twisting like incense smoke.

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Languages seem to come naturally for me. Not that it's easy for me to learn new ones, but for some reason I can read stories in other languages aloud and somehow know the exact pronounciation, accent, and all. I wonder if that has something to do with my past. Watching people intently, hearing them speak... blah blah.

I'm pretty sure I was once fluent in Latin and German.
2008-01-10 22:38
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*scowl* I fail at Angelic.

As far as I know, I've never spoken it (although my cousin says that I speak "some weird thing that sounds sorta French" in my sleep now and then) but I do write it on occasion.

It must have phonetically sounded right, because neither of the two angels who I texted or IM'd these possibly angelic words to missed a beat. They knew precisely what I was talking about and never even seemed to notice that it wasn't an English word/phrase.

Of course, as soon as I do this, I forget the word though I remember the concept it described.

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2008-01-10 23:16
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daemonstryke Wrote:I tend to speak in different languages at random (especially when swearing lol) but I don't know how to type them down with Roman letters and such ^^;;


Inari language is...difficult at times. It is a language that is half felt and half heard...which poses another problem for me trying to post something online. Now if you were to ask me in person to speak some Inari for you, that wouldn't be a problem <!-- sTongue --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_razz.gif" alt=":P" title="Razz" /><!-- sTongue --> Oh, then there is the delightful fact that half the time I don't really understand what I'm saying...its more like the sounds that form the words "feel" right.

Side note: It is very disorienting to have flashbacks/memories in your native language o.O

*evil grin* wouldn't you like to know

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Micah Wrote:Languages seem to come naturally for me. Not that it's easy for me to learn new ones, but for some reason I can read stories in other languages aloud and somehow know the exact pronounciation, accent, and all. I wonder if that has something to do with my past. Watching people intently, hearing them speak... blah blah.

I'm pretty sure I was once fluent in Latin and German.


that's how i am as well, sort of. only i can understand the language better then i can read it or spell it. and when i learn it, pronounciation is not a problem.

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I tend to think it either words or feelings. Like I can think of a tree and the word 'tree' appears in my brain along with feelings and associations I have of that object. Perhaps thinking in feelings is related to being a wolf, who knows?

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