Today I share with you from the heart of Dorothy Circle of Heaven, the Wolf Clan.
In this song from her heart, there was a section where there is a little dragging, or a little dragon or a drag-in.
Dragging is to pull behind, to bring along. A little dragon is one who is like the aqua child, in the sky realizing why. One who puts their arm around you, like in a commraderie embrace, to return the smile upon your face.
Word History: A comrade can be socially or politically close, a closeness that is found at the etymological heart of the word comrade. In Spanish the Latin word camara, with its Late Latin meaning "chamber, room," was retained, and the derivative camarada, with the sense "roommates, especially barrack mates," was formed. Camarada then came to have the general sense "companion." English borrowed the word from Spanish and French, English comrade being first recorded in the 16th century. The political sense of comrade, now associated with Communism, had its origin in the late-19th-century use of the word as a title by socialists and communists in order to avoid such forms of address as mister. This usage, which originated during the French Revolution, is first recorded in English in 1884.
Then we have drag-in, where you are bringing the smoke in from a pipe for inhalation, to bring medicine into your chambers to protect the heart.
We also had this word, suppurciduous word (spelling unknown), which we could not find in the dictionary, however we broke it down in Latin; to mean to fall off, like a membrane, like a mask that hides the truth. Also it means to shine full of light. Often we sing words in the "star languages" we do not know (rather know with our hearts), even at times singing another word, but what comes out, seems to have the highest meanings. We must try to appreciate our knowledge we each carry.
I wish you could see me when I was singing. I often am dancing and moving my arms all around. This time, I moved my right arm, like moving a tuba, a musical instrument that slides up and down to make a horn sound. It was a dance upon the heartbeat, yet, she was singing with the heart and horn to share with the world. My hands beat the air near my heart to about three feet out. I was sliding up and down to the beat of the heart. This was what we are to listen to, the beating or movement of air. We are learning to hear the silence of the winds, where the music flows.
Her song is uplifting, when we are experiencing much turmoil in our family life. WE hope you enjoy it. We did enjoy singing, drumming and sharing with you today, learning about the heart of each other.
your devoted servants, White Buffalo Calf Woman Sings and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star Drums, elder crystal and elder lavender children of the rainbow.
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