Gradus ad Aneros Parnassum
Posted by on 2012-08-25 10:47:00
Session Length: N/A
Models Used: Helix Syn, Maximus
This is my first attempt at establish a blog on my Aneros usage here at Aneros.com. I wish to thank CT, a big boss at Aneros.com, for restoring the blog section.
"What hath God wrought?" So said Samuel Morse typed i his first telegraph transmission between Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC in 1844. The telegraph along with the railroad was instrumental in bringing together the States of the rapidly developing American Republic in those years. Hence also this blog.
I chose Gradus ad Aneros Parnassum as the title of my blog here. Gradus ad Aneros Parnassum was the title of musical studies for students learning to play musical instruments in the 19th century. Learning to the use the Aneros for me and aiming for the Super-O and other wondering experiences from the Aneros is very similar to learning to play a musical instrument.
I have been using the Helix Syn since June 3. In the last few weeks, I have added to the Maximus to my repertoire. Later on today I hope to have an Aneros session after a hiatus of two weeks!