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Prophetic   Sunday, June 2, 2002 (7:02 p.m.) 

I find it strange that mythodea's lyrics were not written on the CD or on the internet.

Although I think that its truly artistic and mystical effort to interpret not only the Mission to Mars but also to evoke the secrets that lie under the myths, the gods, and the Universe.

This Masterpiece was not an accident, it was prophetic!

Thank you for reading;)

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Re: Prophetic   Wednesday, January 14, 2004 (5:29 a.m.) 

> I find it strange that mythodea's lyrics were not written on the CD or on
> the internet.

lyrics ? what lyrics ? Vangelis uses the sopranos identical to his synths. He just wants to have "this and that sound over there" without any link to -what we think is- 'conventional communication'.

The sopranos are just synths, and Vangelis turns some knobs to make them sound different each time.



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Re: Prophetic   Friday, January 16, 2004 (7:21 p.m.) 

> lyrics ? what lyrics ? Vangelis uses the sopranos identical to his
> synths. He just wants to have "this and that sound over there"
> without any link to -what we think is- 'conventional communication'.

> The sopranos are just synths, and Vangelis turns some knobs to make them
> sound different each time.

Thats because you dont speak ancient greek my friend, and you cant understand the exact words...I have all the the lyrics based on linguistic research and sound filtering. This is definitely an evocation to the Gods, and not just a simple creation. Vangelis created his music for this album in approximately 1 hour...!!!!

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Re: Prophetic   Saturday, January 17, 2004 (1:31 p.m.) 

> Thats because you dont speak ancient greek my friend, and you cant
> understand the exact words...I have all the the lyrics based on linguistic

I guess we have different sources then .. np

> and not just a simple creation. Vangelis created his music for this album
> in approximately 1 hour...!!!!

yeah I know, using his 'Direct' thingies..

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Re: Prophetic   Monday, February 21, 2005 (2:28 p.m.) 

> I guess we have different sources then .. np

> yeah I know, using his 'Direct' thingies..

mythodea is refering to a calling off god zeus "dias" in greek di-a e-la,
"zeus come" translation

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