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Comments about the soundtrack for 1492: Conquest of Paradise (Vangelis)

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Majestic
• Posted by: froona   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, July 16, 2004, at 11:21 a.m.
• IP Address: dslam71-162-59-81.dyndsl.zonnet.nl

Without any doubt what so ever, this is the most majestic incredibly beautifull music ever made.
It takes you on a journey through all kinds of emotions and opens up the deepest secrets of the subconsious.
To my absolute surprise my two favoutite tracks nr. 10 Hispanola en 11 Moxica and the horse are rated so low. Especially with the indian sounds we all have to realise the awfull prise the civilasation has paid for the conquest of Paradise: her destruction and of the myths and mystics of the sjaman power!
Vangelis pays tribute to that in a moving way.
For me this album is my personal journey to peace, to my inner Self, it is a journey along all 6 chakra's, finalised with reaching the 7 th Chakra in Pinta, Nina, Santa Maria. Feel the flash of devine light when you reach sahasrara and are released from the ego! Majestic, moving, magnificent.
Thank you Vangelis, for moving me so deeply.

Froona






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