145 years ago, on Tuesday, February 22, 1876, noted Native-American Yankton Dakota author, editor, musician, composer, teacher, & political activist Zitkála-Šá “Red Bird” (1876-1938), was born on the Yankton Reservation in Dakota Territory.
Zitkála-Šá, also known by her Christian-missionary given name Gertrude Simmons Bonnin, was the first Native-American-Indian woman to compose an opera, “The Sun Dance,” which was co-written with noted opera composer William Frederick Hanson (1887-1969) of Brigham Young University who transcribed the traditional Sioux melodies that she played on her violin to create the first musical piece written with traditional Indian themes.
Zitkála-Šá was taken from her family to White’s Manual Labor Institute in Wabash, Indiana where she was forced to pray like a Quaker & cut her hair; however, she was happy about being taught to read, write, & play the violin — an education that she soon put to good use. She attended Earlham College on a Scholarship, but a few weeks before graduation she had to leave the school on account of illness. Her prose & poetry & her musical compositions impressed many white people who were amazed that an Indian girl so lately removed from “savagery” could be such an accomplished artist.
Let’s bring some knowledge above Majestic: Let’s talk about Music and the “power” of it.
Many people live and die by their music. They listen to it while in the shower, getting ready in the morning, driving to work, studying, breaks during work, social events, public gatherings, marches, rallies, etc. People are particular about their type of music. Allow us to expand.
Music has ranges of emotional frequencies that correlate to mood and energy resonance while listening. The depth of concentration is proportional to the vibrational synchronicity between your IS-BE and the music when “you really feel it deep down”.
Many people like to suggest that the music they listen to is not reflective of their personality. We are stating categorically that this is malicious disinformation intended to protect Globalism agendas of destroying the family unit and encouraging drugs/sex/violence as normal.
Music can have spiritual sides to it as well as medical. Lyrics within music are carefully crafted spells of Magick. The strength of the spell is proportional to the emotional reaction the artist receives from others “moved” by the music.
Lyrics about rape, killing, pedophilia, etc. all resonate consciously on frequencies that are very low vibration. Listening to music physically alters your aura/IS-BE frequency being projected subconsciously from within.
Your subconscious is what picks and chooses music that resonate. For many, cultural expectations pertaining to “constant music listening” is tied to “emptiness” and “NPCness” and is the root cause of many social and emotional reactions to live events.
Music was weaponized by child abusers since the opportunity of grooming children became normalized and the society perceived a great demand for your cookie cutter boy bands and “hit me baby one more time” innuendo.
Like all interactions in the lower densities of consciousness; what you inject into your body, what you consume for your food, what you brush your teeth with, where you get your “news”, and many more elements are all contributing factors to your aura/IS-BE resonance frequency.
When a person is comfortable with demonic music, their IS-BE is crying for their ego to listen. Instead, the mathematical patterns in music composition theory are studied mind control scriptures to “create masterpieces”. There is a perceived formula for success.
With all music, look into the lyrics, see if you can see similarities between the words “sung” and what resonates from within. Track these. Analyze for themes or patterns. Then meditate on distinct themes or patterns discovered. New information shall unlock to the open minded.
With great power comes great responsibility. Question. Can music still be demonic if it has no lyrics? I mainly listen to smaller producers and most don’t have vocals Answer. Absolutely. Lyrics/instrumental/acoustic/electronic are all separate types of frequencies and all have consequential effects on your IS-BE’s aura/consciousness/life energy/frequency.
I think you all know “Hotel California” – have you really understood the message of the lyrics. What they describe, for example ….” this could be heaven, this could be hell”… go to the lyrics and look through the veil…..
Or “Imagine Dragons” – this is not “fiction what they describe”.
And music is created with INTENT – even if the Artists don’t know exactly what they are doing. Somebody always knows and uses them. For good or bad. (labels)
I just thought back, when I was the Paramedic on an emergency car and we always played “Don’t stop me now” (Queen) or “I’ll survive” (Gaynor) – no coincidence.
The power you have to manifest the reality you seek begins with your intentions behind every interaction you have. Synchronicity unlocks the universal creative energy force and allows your thoughts to percolate into reality. Many Secret Society ET derived cults are threatened by mainstream disclosure and instead demand the impossible (absolute full disclosure of all knowable information to be) and corrective demands with promises of ascension and higher vibrational living.
The “tone” of music was supposedly changed from Mozart days disrupting the natural frequency that resonates with your body.
I’ve been told by musicians this is true.
Correct. Intentionally done to create a slave population.
Ooo she may be weary Young girls they do get weary Wearin’ that same old funky dress But ooo while she gets weary, weary Won’t you try some ten-tenderness?
You know she’s there waitin’ And anticipatin’ For the things she’ll never, never have Oh no, no Ooo while she gets weary Won’t you try, oh try some tenderness? Mmm hmm hmm
And I know it, ha Sentimental don’t know why She had love, she had her grief and care But when ah, ha girl Soft words were spoken Make it easier, easy girl, ah ha, easier to bear
You know you won’t regret it, no ah Young girls they don’t forget it Lovin’ the same old, same old happiness yeah, ha yeah Ooo, while she get weary, weary Won’t you try, oh try some tenderness? I feel good lovin’ in the mornin’
You got to hold her, Squeeze her Never leave her You got to You got to You got to try some tenderness I feel good love, yeah I feel good love, ow yeah
You got to hold her Squeeze her Never leave her Got to Got to Yeah, you got to Try it now, try it, try it, try it, try some tenderness In the mornin’ you’ll feel good love
So I say You got to hold her Squeeze her Never leave her Sock it to me, sock it to me one more time
You got to try, hey yeah I feel good love In the mornin’ love Great God, you must You got to hold her Squeeze her Never leave her
Source: Musixmatch Songwriters: James Campbell / Reginald Connelly / Harry M Woods
Free your voice. Unleash your song. Feel the words you’ve heard so many times, feel their depth and power. The World needs your music, your vibration. Yes – YOURS! Open yourself to your pre-memory hidden in the ground, in plants, under water, in fire; memory of how the spirit heals, how love heals. Open your heart, feelings, understanding. Put your rationality aside and sing… let the sun hidden within you shine. This is the time…
For you, our Friend who still doubts the music of your heart, and for you, our Friend who is already dancing to it. A gift for this New Year – ‘Abrete Corazon’ (author: Rosa Giove) in our arrangement. This special, shamanic, healing song is the icaro of the breath, to open the heart, energy and heart language. This is the time… to sing it for ourselves. Have a beautiful New Year!