Ancient and Asetian music ?

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Post by Veiled One on 21.07.19 23:35

Not necessarily ancient but here are some songs that strike me as Asetian in essence - or at least seem to express an Asetian value, experience or principle:

Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor
Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata, 3rd Movement
Helium Vola - Selig
Shiva in Exile - Anubis
Aleah - Vapour
Lacrimosa - Der Morgen Danach
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Post by MysticLightShinethForth on 22.07.19 5:05

I listened through it, Veiled One. What makes you feel that they are? Just interested to hear your interpretation. I'm sure we all have very different interpretations of music in regards to the topic at hand, but I believe it holds value in whatever one's perspective is, just like we all experience the Asetian mysteries through different lenses. Smile
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Post by Veiled One on 22.07.19 18:48

For some of these, it's evident in the lyrics. As for the first four, in the order in which I listed them:

- experience of pure transcendence and joy within a framework of melancholy, also an expression of primordial strength
- a type of restlessness that seems non-human in origin and seeks a non-human resolution
- seems to express high and royal beauty, as well as classical elegance
- exploration of the "dark" occult and numinous reality
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Post by MysticLightShinethForth on 23.07.19 0:31

I see, didn't listen through all the lyrics, but I get your point. I'll have to translate.
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