Music that resonates with your soul

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  1. Cyrus

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    Music is a fascinating subject when it comes to incarnating into this reality, and past life connections. Close to the time and place I was born, Suzanne Vega was born. Years ago I wrote a song called Blue Eyed Nadine, and after finding out about my shared birth day with Suzanne Vega, I looked up her biography and found out her middle name is Nadine, like the song I wrote.

    I had thought about a career in music, so I studied Astrocartography to find where my sun sign shines, to become popular, and it's on the east coast, where Suzanne Vega moved as a child. I moved there for a short time, but I hated all the attention, because I love my privacy.

    Several times, in songs I have written, I've included names to people I've known from past lives, and found in the future.

    One of the stranger things that happened was with a song I wrote called Free Falling, based on something my ex-wife had said to me as we were breaking up. While I was writing the song over several days, Sting and Tom Petty showed up in my dreams, which I found flattering, but I couldn't figure out why they wanted to hang out with me. A year or more later Tom Petty recorded a song with the same title and premise as the one I had written.

    Years later I met with a forum friend that had dated one of the band members in Sting's band, and they had written a song based on something she said to her boyfriend. While she was playing solitaire she held a queen of hearts up to her boyfriend and said something like, see this, that's not the shape of my heart. She hated that time of her life, so I didn't get a lot of details. It sounded like she went through a lot of pain because of that relationship.

    This is weird, when I did a Youtube search for sting, it was the first song that showed up.



    P.S. My real first name is Tom, and when I was a kid we used to drive up to the mountains to go fishing, and would drive past this small community called Tom's Place, and I always wanted to eat at the diner there, but we never stopped.

    I have to wonder about Suzanne Vega's song, being I wrote a song with her name in it.



    When I heard this song for the first time it really pissed me off, because I knew she was talking about William Holden, and I really liked his movies, and I wondered how it was she had never heard of him.

     
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    And speaking of Suzanne Vega, I picked up on 9/11 many times before it happened, and I even had a date in Manhattan where we were going to be at the Twin Towers on 9/11.

    It seems Suzanne Vega also picked up on 9/11 with this 1997 song:



    The most disturbing thing about the song is not 9/11, but what's coming up for the future of NYC, which I have also picked up on.

    The clues for the future of NYC are painted on the walls.
     
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    I think music that would is your own original music, from voice or intrument, I hope to make a invention for audio or find one in the future to be able to make any audio sound output from speakers using brain
     
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    This is me,

     
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    One song that catches my mood quite precisely, last days of my PL, as I was planning to go and meet an old love of mine and my son who I had not seen for almost a decade, is Bruce Springsteens "Thunderroad".
    At the time of the accident that caused my death I was listening to 60ies songs though. And while Thunderroad still has a lot of hope and eagerness to me, these 1960s songs like HaHa said the clown, Ruby Tuesday, The Letter, and such hold a great despair but also a great attraction.
     
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    I listen to all sorts of present-day music, though I veer a lot in the direction of traditional folk melodies from across multiple countries.

    I do tend to like my music with the rough edges left on, rather than refined and polished. Sometimes I hear stuff say on the radio or on a compilation CD and it just stops me in my tracks. Example of this:

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    I find those surprising, I'm not religious and these are very unlike anything I might hear in a church, it is both unknown yet disturbingly familiar.

    Then there's the Mediaeval stuff, I really lose myself listening to this:

    I like the percussion starting from about 11 minutes in that last recording.
     
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    Ah, I don't concentrate much at all on my former time as a troubadour/trouvere in early Medieval France, but those first two extracts take me back to something close, particularly their unrefined roughness. I sang like that. It got me into all kinds of trouble.
     
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    Anybody else get anything from this? It's absolutely mesmerizing
     
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    To be honest now i rarely listen to ANY present day music i only majority of the time listen to medieval/renaissance music because it calls out to me so much, puts me in a trance and takes me place. these ones put me into a state of home, a state of comfort, a state of "Me". i had this odd strong emotional connection to the middle ages and renaissance times of Ol' Henry VIII and Lizzie I and never new why. i had the connection for almost two years (sine sep or oct 2017) and it hasn't went away no matter HOW many times i try to get rid of the connection by trying to "ease" myself, settle into present day i just can't its like my subconscious got lost in the middle ages and renaissance age...
     

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