The Corvus Corone Project: How to talk Crow language

The first idea of cawing came from a high school friend of mine. His name was Bartosz. He liked to caw like crazy, I’ve observed him and repeated the caws. Since then I forgot the lesson, but I started repeating other animals, howling like a wolf, barking like a dog, meowing and purring like a cat, whistling and singing like birds.

Occultosophia.

-’Did you reach enlightenment?’-the monks asked their master. ‘I’m an absolute beginner’ – a Buddhist master said smiling, when he was close to death. He closed his eyes to return to the living no more.

The first idea of cawing came from a high school friend of mine. His name was Bartosz. He liked to caw like crazy, I’ve observed him and repeated the caws. Since then I forgot the lesson, but I started repeating other animals, howling like a wolf, barking like a dog, meowing and purring like a cat, whistling and singing like birds.

One day I’ve heard a crow calling from afar and decided to use this long-forgotten skill and repeat the the gurgling caw from the throat, a bit like a mantra. At first it ignored me, then I started listening better and attuning and pitching my human cawing to his, not only to keep pace…

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