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    #51

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    LIKE I HAVE SAID TO MANY OF MY STUDENTS.

    WHEN ONE IS WITH THE INTELLIGENCE , ONE CAN SEE THE TRUTH WITHIN THE WORD....

    WHEN ONE VIEWS FROM THE CORRECT PERSPECTIVE, ONE CAN SEE THE TELELINGUISTIC VISION.

    Last edited by mysterdee2015; 20-May-2016 at 09:49.

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    #52

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Nice comeback, two months later. Or did I miss the telepathic posts? I guess shouting makes it more true.

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    #53

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    You might want to say to many of your students, "that key labeled 'CapsLk' makes your computer type every letter in upper case. Never, ever use it unless you need to type an acronym or have another legitimate need for it."
    I am not a teacher.

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    #54

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    I guess that this one is without the intelligence as I still don't see it.

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    #55

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    I guess that this one is without the intelligence as I still don't see it.
    None so blind as those that will not see. Jeremiah 5:21

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    #56

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    There's no need to see with your eyes if you have telelinguistic vision. I thought everybody knew that!
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    #57

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Question: If I watch a show about language acquisition in England, does that count as

    (wait for it)


    ...telly-linguistics?
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    #58

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by Skrej View Post
    Question: If I watch a show about language acquisition in England, does that count as

    (wait for it)


    ...telly-linguistics?


    It is a great shame that the common knowledge of this day in age has not caught up with the enlightened of the age.
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    #59

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Telly-linguistics- is telecommunication through wait for it...............TIME

    SENDER/PAST>>>>>MEDIUM/PRESENT/MESSAGE<<<<FUTURE/RECIEVER

    (SENDER AWARE OF THE RECIEVERS CONSCIOUS OBSERVATION OF THE TELELINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION THROUGH TIME)

    ONLY FOR THE CONSCIOUSLY AWARE AND THOSE WITH THE INTELLIGENCE TO UNDERSTAND THE POWER OF TELECOMMUNICATION AND A MEDIUM.


    "THE GREATEST OF MISUNDERSTANDINGS COME FROM THOSE WITH A LACK OF GREATER UNDERSTANDING" - ALBERT EINSTINE.


    It is very obvious from an educated/experienced perspective that common knowledge is lacking the relevant study in telelinguistics...

    Hence the reason mankind is not yet ---TELELINGUISTIC.

    if you people are serious about linguistics and telelinguistics, meta lingusitcs bilinguistics, ect ect

    i suggest this link....

    3:51 - 4:56

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIzukzNrGjY
    Last edited by mysterdee2015; 01-Jun-2016 at 21:05. Reason: LACK OF COMMON KNOWLEDGE IN THE ROOM.

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    #60

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    AND PLEASE, STOP INSULTING MY UNDERSTANDINGS WITH YOUR OWN.


    "YOU CAN ALL SEE THE VISION AFTER ALL"


    OR AT LEAST THOSE WITH AN OPEN MIND DO..

    IT IS ONLY A SIMPLE TELE / COMMUNICATION TO PROVE A SIMPLE POINT.

    Telelinguistic communication is a reality for those with the experience....fact...

    And the scope of such communications goes far beyond most peoples simple misunderstandings...

    To be with the power one must be with the knowledge...

    All telelinguistics really lacks in common knowledge is a simple foundation.


    TELELINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION.

    A BI-LINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION MEDIATING A TELELINGUISTIC/TELEPATHIC COMMUNICATION.

    (A COMMUNICATION CONSCIOUSLY OBSERVED)

    AND NOT OBSERVED BY THOSE WITHOUT THE EXPERIENCE AND AWARENESS OF THE COMMUNICATION, ITS RELEVANT SUBJECT AND RELEVANT METHOD OF COMMUNICATION.

    YES YOU COULD SAY BI-LINGUISTIC.

    BUT THE SECONDARY COMMUNICATION IS TELEPATHIC IN NATURE.(CONSCIOUSLY COMMUNICATED AND CONSCIOUSLY OBSERVED)

    THE CONSCIOUS CONNECTION BEING THE CONSCIOUS OBSERVATION

    AND BELIVE ME WHEN I SAY THE SCOPE OF THIS METHOD OF COMMUNICATION GOES ALOT FURTHER THAN SIMPLE WORDS.

    YOU CAN COMMUNICATE TELELINGUISTICALLY RELEVANT TO ANY SUBJECT AND THROUGH MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDIATIONS WHEN EXPERIENCED..

    TELELINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION OPENS DOORS TO COMMUNICATION YOU WOULDN'T UNDERSTAND WITHOUT AN EXPERIENCED UNDERSTANDING TO BEGIN WITH.

    AND BELIVE ME WHEN I SAY I KNOW HOW DIFFICULT IT IS TO UNDERSTAND TO BEGIN WITH.

    BUT THE UNDERSTANDING IS PRICELESS AND REVOLUTIONARY. (IN MANY WAYS)

    THE BEAUTY OF IT IS. TELELINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION IS A SIMPLE REVOLUTION FOR COMMUNICATION JUST AWAITING THE RIGHT TIME.

    AND THEN THEIRS COMMUNICATION THROUGH TIME......

    AVAILABLE IN THIS DAY IN AGE BECAUSE OF THE MEDIUMS IN THIS DAY IN AGE ARE MEDIATING INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PAST INTO THE FUTURE AT GREATER DISTANCES.

    SUCH POSSIBILITY'S FOR COMMUNICATION EXIST WITHIN OUR OWN DAY IN AGE BECAUSE OF THE EVOLUTION OF TELECOMMUNICATION.

    HENCE THE AGE OF - TELE/COMMUNICATION

    TRUST ME THE EDUCATED KNOW IM RIGHT....

    THEY EXPERIENCE IT TOO..

    AND I CONSCIOUSLY OBSERVE THE POSSIBILITY'S AND THEIR COMMUNICATIONS.

    AND ONE DAY......?

    (C)MYSTERDEE 2016
    Last edited by mysterdee2015; 01-Jun-2016 at 21:12.

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