24 Sep 2020

chimate clange

Definition


 

chimate clange; A trumpet blaring, high-brating, sound off, declaration, ‘clang’, for the world to ring in a more positive, chiming, climate of new words, towards a more, ‘Peace upon, Earth, the angels sang!” 

the conscious intent of helping the planet to come into balance at a higher vibrational, ‘climate’, by way of, blaring out, like a ‘chima’ wave trumpet, heard around the globe, chiming a clangere, surplus of more, positively constructed, functional words for the world to use.  

Chimate Clange; a, ‘chima’ wave, ‘chimate clange’, climate of better, higher vibrating, more positive, words, that, ‘chime’.  

A distinction of higher, vibrating relevance, of resonating, residents, in, ‘resodance’, where semantics, Trumps science’s evidence.

The conscious effort to create positive new words, like the newly created , ‘weett’ (new-word), ‘gloquaminence’, spantrosed from its negative existing, antonym, ‘magniloquence’ of which there are at least, 150 negative synonyms, vs not even 10 positive antonyms of its opposite ….  

 

chimate; an emotional, chiming climate, positive vibration, ‘chima’ wave

 

chimate clange; A Sign of the  

 Times, for the World to chime, …

chimate; climate of words that chime

chimate; a prime-chiming, chi-friend, or darling, mate, a magical match, made in a, wind chimed, charming, heaven   

 

 

“Being in a higher vibration is going to become more and more important to you and the rest of the world as we experience greater awareness of the polarities between the lower and higher vibrations. We will begin to perceive greater separation between the "dark" and the "light" almost as if we live in two worlds at once. We will need to consciously choose between the dark and the light or the higher and the lower vibrations”

 

We have far more words in our vocabulary that express negative rather than positive emotions.

Studies of 37 different languages turned up seven words that have very similar meanings. They are joy, fear, anger, sadness, disgust, shame and guilt.

"Seven words, and only one positive,"

 

chime; a musical instrument making a sound when its truck

 

The sound of such an instrument or device

 

To make the sound of a chime

To cause to sound in harmony; to play a tune, as upon a set of bells; to move or strike in harmony.

 To agree; to correspond

The other lab's results chimed with mine, so I knew we were on the right track with the research.

 

Aromanian

Chima; wave

 

 

 

 

Italian

clangere (literary, rare)

1.                 to blare, to soundespecially referring to war trumpets

 

Latin

clang?

1.                 to clang

2.                 (transitive) to sound out (a signal, etc., of a trumpet)

 

 

To clean/clear/cleanse through vibrations. sound

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