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MISCHIEF AND MYSTERY

an we have more, please?

If anyone can persuade you, then it’s Mark Rylance, bewitching another interviewer this week in an article entitled ‘Our culture is terrified of anything mysterious’. 363 more words

Wisdom

NorthPoint ASTROLOGY JOURNAL: Your Guide to Planetary Energies for March 9 - 15, 2015,by Pam Younghans


Photo: Auroras over Yukon, Canada on March 2, 2015
(credit: Joseph Bradley, posted on SpaceWeather.com

IF YOU’VE BEEN WAITING for the energy and courage to take a risk, break free from the past, or make a major change, this week may very well provide you with all that, and more. 670 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

MARS, THE BRINGER OF WAR

I REMEMBER SEEING A CD AS A KID IN MY MUM AND DAD’S COLLECTION CALLED THE PLANETS AND HAVE TO ADMIT THAT THE ARTWORK (AS IS THE CASE FOR NEARLY EVERY CLASSICAL CD EVER MADE) DIDN’T GRAB ME. 998 more words

CLASSICAL MUSIC

in which music reaches

where sound began, in silence;

all those gases swirling in

a singularity, unnamed.

let’s say Holst, not Galileo

gazed upon a small

orb and heard it cry… 57 more words

Nature

The Borrowers - Manfred Mann's Earth Band: Joybringer

What tune does it use?

Jupiter from Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite The Planets, written between 1914 and 1916.

Jupiter must be one of the most plundered bits of Holst’s set of planets for orchestra. 178 more words

The Borrowers

The Oracle Report, Monday, January 26, 2015

Please note that I will not be on my blog until a bit later today. . . ~J


First Quarter Moon Phase: step out, take action…
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Ascension

We're back! 20. Gustav Holst - The Planets, Op.32; I. Mars

After a ridiculously busy semester, I am back, and, perhaps, to fit my feelings regarding my return to school, I present: Holst’s Mars. Forgive me if I seem out of practice – it has, indeed, been a while. 512 more words

JourneyNotes