The language of the First Family.
January 26th, 2007
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Aman.
You are wondering about the nature of the language I and my family used. Well, obviously, it had no relation to any language known, either ancient or modern. Incidentally, let me say that many languages have been lost to history, not just ours.
We had vowels and consonants, and also other types of sounds that made intelligible words. We had no concept of grammar. Our needs were relatively few, so there were words identifying things in our environment such as food items and geographical locations.
We had many words for weather conditions, but almost no words for abstract thought. Though I realize in hindsight that we were capable of the finer aspects of the intellect, we nevertheless didn’t avail ourselves of them after the Fall, and that is because we were preoccupied with earthplane realities and didn’t consider these sorts of things as important.
You have in your mind the thought that our lives were very primitive, and to a certain extent, this is true. As you have learned, the devolution of humanity happened relatively quickly. The stage for this was set by the type of life I and my family led. We really had no higher awareness, since my and my partner’s fall brought our animal nature to dominance. And our children simply followed this trend, as children generally do.
So, our language reflected the sort of life we led, and the simple needs that were required.