FRV songs !!!

Esprit

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
I was looking for some old 80's song and there are 3 I found tonight that really have something special. It's a dedication to this group, the special bond we hold and there is something I feel right now, this strength that I can see in all of you, they might try to make our life miserable but they will never break us.




 
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goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
@Esprit,

These guys don't have exactly the same understandings we do here perhaps but they may not be the enemy ether.

Maybe there are other "conduits".

Session 30 September 1994:
Q: (L) Is there any special power or advantage in praying in the name of Jesus?

A: Yes.

Q: (L) Well, if he didn't die and release his spirit into the earth plane, how is this power conferred?

A: Prayers go to him.

Q: (L) And what does he do when he hears the prayers?

A: Determines their necessity against background of individual soul development.

Q: (L) You said that when a person prays to Jesus that he makes some sort of a decision, is that correct?

A: Yes.

Q: (L) Well, how can he do that when millions of people are praying to him simultaneously?

A: Soul division.

We are the anchor for the FRV. Our Work is our cross...we are all crucified by the Work and purification of our souls...

"Help is on the way"...if we give everything to save the world we love.

The Divine Cosmic Mind is "unshakeable".

 

Zzartemis

Jedi Master
Lay Down
(Candles in the Rain)

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown

We were so close, there was no room
We bled inside each other's wounds
We all had caught the same disease
And we all sang the songs of peace

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown

So raise candles high
'Cause if you don't we could stay black against the night
Oh, raise them higher again
And if you do we could stay dry against the rain

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown
Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown

We were so close, there was no room
We bled inside each other's wounds
We all had caught the same disease
And we all sang the songs of peace
Some came to sing, some came to pray
Some came to keep the dark away
So raise candles high
'Cause if you don't we could stay black against the sky
Oh, oh, raise them higher again
And if you do we could stay dry against the rain

Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown
Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown
Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
Let your white birds smile
At the ones who stand and frown
Lay down, lay down, lay it all down
COPYRIGHT:
Writer(s): Melanie Safka
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
This is not quite so soothing but...it kind of raises my FRV.


Might do a little pipe breathing, dance and "actually..."

Session 16 July 2009:
Q: (L) How about doing some Pipe Breathing while you're doing the dance steps?

A: Maybe. Try it!

Q: (DD) Do we have the dance steps? (L) Well, they said the steps were right in the first and second dances, or a combination of something of those. (Joe) What about music?

A: That depends on aim. We think that you can network to figure that out.

Q: (Joe) If your aim was to like {demonstrates aggressive stance)... (L) You need like martial sounds I guess. (S) So, for the final one with 200 people to block the bad guys, we could use Pink Floyd, the Tear Down the Wall song! (laughter) (L) Another Brick in the Wall, eh?

A: Actually...
 

Luks

Dagobah Resident
FOTCM Member
Good song. But I think the best is Echoes. If C's "are" in these sounds, then definitely in Echoes.

I can't describe it in words when I hear this piece of music. It requires a bit of patient (for somebody who isn't Pink Floyd fan), but this is worth it.


It is not "listen to," it is Experience.
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I'll try to find something to mix it up more later but I am kind of getting into these other cultures approach to music and natural sense of sound.

I feel like getting "jiggy with it". What if the earth could sing out? And where is that "jews harp" when you need it?

And what if these guys had microphones and amps way back when. Then it might sound like...

Olena UUTAi. Earth music festival

 

Zzartemis

Jedi Master
@goyacobol That was wonderful!....and it did remind of Earth's voices. I like listening to other cultures' music, too. Sadly, today there's much homogenization into a more Westernized sound across the globe. I'll look thru my picks for some others but for now wanted to put this up because when I first heard it, I thought it beautiful and felt that I could have written the lyrics:

Dimash: "SOS of an Earthly Being in Distress"

 
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