293. Painter Samuel Morse – the inventor of modern communication
picture – Painting by Samuel Morse
And after they saw this Peony Gondola Vision Palmina had red cheeks.
»Eternal Love, Oh, Palma. So beautiful…«
She hugged Palma deep in his heart and Palma could feel it and around Palma’s heart it felt so bright, full of light, warm and love.
Suddenly the Peony Gondola showed them a painting.
»Oh, how beautiful, who is the painter, Palma«,
»Oh this is Master Samuel Morse¹). An art teacher in a later century…«
pictures – paintings of Samuel Morse
Samuel Morse: ‚Science and Art are not Opposed.‘
¹) Samuel Morse – Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Morse
»Samuel Finley Breese Morse (April 27, 1791 – April 2, 1872) was an American painter and inventor. After having established his reputation as a portrait painter, in his middle age Morse contributed to the invention of a single-wire telegraph system based on European telegraphs. He was a co-developer of Morse code and helped to develop the commercial use of telegraphy.«
Later they saw how Samuel Morse looking up to the evening sky and looked to Planet Mars and he heard beep sounds: . .. …
Samuel Morse tried to write down these signals and later he developed an alphabet based on three sounds high, deep, middle and high.
On each tone it was possible to make one, two or three beep sounds.
So 3×3 was created. The communication made it possible 9×9 different signs.
But to develop an alphabet on earth it needed only 26 letters…
So later Samuel Morse changed the Trinary sound system to a Binary ».« (short beep) and » – « (long beep).
picture – Morse Alphabet for transmitting letters
They saw how the world had communication with this Morse alphabet about long distance.
Palma and Palmina looked very interested.
Now they saw the people of the 21th century.
Palmina looked and asked surprised: »What are they doing? They are pressing with their fingers on a flat display, holding it sometimes to the ear and speaking with this flat display?«
»Oh, yes, Palmina, the people of the 21st century calling it ‚Handy‘ ‚Tablet‘ or ‚Smartphone‘. They are writing each other messages, letters, sending paintings and sending acoustic messages like music…«
»Wooh…oh, really? Oh Palma. They communicate in the 21st century like this?«
»Hmmm! Not bad, isn’t it, Palmina?«
»Oh yes, Palma. If we had this possibility to communicate to each other in our 16h century, as I had been for over 2 years at that concert tour in China in the Pacific…we could write us every day. And the people of the 21st century are able also to send each other music score?«
»Oh, yes, Palmina. But the Church of Social Media has also it’s influence in this way of communication. So the people use Whatsapp, WeChat instead of Messenger because the administrators of the Church or Social Media take money to erase written messages and exchange the message to an other text – to a ‚fake-message‘. So they are paid to make intrigues…«
»Oh, this is like in our 16th century. They stole the letters of the people of the Republic of Venice and so they could attack 1572 the North of Cyprus Island to expand their political religious system with killing so much people…and the Republic of Venice was lost on that island till today.
And this religious extremists are stealing messages also there in the 21 century?«
»They have everywhere their spies and also sitting in high positions of governments only to stop the communication between people who are not from their religion…They are especially targeting tourists which are not members of their church of Social Media.«
»Hmm. So what should the people of the 21st century do to be independent of their influence?«
»After the painter Samuel Morse invented the ‚ Morse alphabet‘ to make it possible to communicate with written text there was the invention of the ‚Phone‘. It makes it possible to hear the voice in the same moment when two persons are using that phone even if they are thousands of Miles / Kilometers away from each other…«
»Amazing! If we had a phone in our century, Palma….
I would have called you every day to hear your voice and to talk with you. My Palma, my composer, my deep love.«
»And I could hear your music. I could hear you playing my compositions on the Phone…Hach Palmina, what a dream…«
And Palma put his arm around Palmina and Palmina put her head on Palma’s side.
After a while she said:
»The people really wrote messages in the Morse Code Language?«
»Yes, Palmina. My Pigeon. My yellow canary bird. My deep . – . .-. -. .- .-.. / .-.. — …- .«
Palmina smiled because she could feel what Palma’s heart wanted to say to Palmina’s heart.
And again Palmina felt the Golden light heart-to-heart connection and Palma felt it also and smiled.
»Palmina. In the morning a bird tweeted very beautiful and brought to me a message from you which was stolen from the Administrators of the church of Social Media…Thank you Palmina, such a beautiful message…«
Palmina smiled and after a while of thinking she said:
»Do you think we can once communicate like People in the 21st century, Palma?«
»You mean we should have once a phone call?
But to make a phone call you need to know the right phone number…«
»Oh, ok a phone number I needed, yes, yes, Palma…«
And now they thought how would it be to have a phone call in their live and during this they heard a music like this one:
Violin and Piano (58d)
(to be continued…)
written by Gerald Spitzner:
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