THE OLD PASSES INTO THE NEW : Music Themes

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FAPMODALKKAS  —-  Mari Boine

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THE CARNIVAL IS OVER — Dead Can Dance

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DUST TO DUST — The Civil Wars

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MOVING MOUNTAINS — Thomas Bergersen

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FRAGILE — Sting
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PROLOGUE — The Book of Secrets  —  Loreena McKennitt

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THE FUTURE  —  Leonard Cohen

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VEDIC HOROSCOPE FOR 2014

http://juliannevictoria.com/2013/12/27/vedic-horoscope-for-2014/

“Welcome to the New Year! Last year for the Vedic Horoscope for 2013, I did something experimental – I did the horoscope based on Vedic Sun Signs.  ………   this year I am going back to tradition and basing the horoscopes on the Ascendant signs.”   by

For more information and links:  http://juliannevictoria.com/2013/12/27/vedic-horoscope-for-2014/
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ROB BREZSNY’S FREEWILL ASTROLOGY NEWLETTER  for January 1, 2014

http://bit.ly/1fXDhvh

In 2014, I wish you joyous eruptions of profound gratification and
gratitude; fluid insights and “ah-ha!” revelations that lead to cathartic
integrations; the coming together of several different lucky trends,
resulting in an exquisite healing; and captivating yet relaxing adventures
that allow you to weave together diverse threads of your experience,
inspiring you to feel at home in the world.        Rob Brezsny

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Willow:  Who chose the LAST  theme of 2013   THE NEW YEAR ALL THIS OLD AND NEW http://willowdot21.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/new-musical-theme-the-new-year-all-this-old-and-new-2/

Eva:    OLD AND NEW   http://47whitebuffalo.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/old-and-new-music-theme-december-31/

Johnny:  OLD AND NEW  http://johnnyojanpera.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/music-theme-old-and-new/

Deborah:  NEW BEGINNINGS  http://myriad234.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/new-year-new-beginnings-music-theme-for-december-31/

Bear:      OLD PASSES INTO THE NEW       https://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/the-old-passes-into-the-new-music-themes/

D.S.NELSON:  http://hatpaintladdersandwonkypooh.wordpress.com/

Collaborator:   OUT WITH THE OLD     http://sincerelykaterz.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/out-with-the-old/

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20 comments on “THE OLD PASSES INTO THE NEW : Music Themes

  1. Marie Boine selection is lovely.
    Visuals for the Carnival is Over are delightful. )
    You’ve totally turned me onto Civil Wars.
    Listening to Two Steps from Hell as i type.

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  2. […] Bear, Eva, Deborah, Willow, D.S. Nelson, “Collborator” […]

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  3. O Cohen–The Future–I’ve listened to this particular version way too many times and yet it never seems to get old. “….no one left to torture…” What a SONG!
    “..I’ve seen the future . it is murder..”
    “…order of the soul..”
    yeah….dark, scary, creepy, yet sensual and compelling …

    Ahhh fresh links. Merci, Bear. I will edit them into my post.

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    • Our history will always be.

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      • But it does not have to be so.
        There is choice.
        Otherwise there is no hope.

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        • There is choice about our response to the history that will always be. There is choice about the creation of new history.

          “New history” hahahaha

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          • New History indeed, Bear.
            People who ‘write’ history manipulate the information to suit their own agendas.
            Case in point, Wounded Knee 1890–the newspapers of the time prior to the massacre spout false news stories about confrontations that never happened. And the military records support that fact. Yet, the bored newsman waiting for something to happen sent filed fake news stories. I suspect it’s one of the reasons Miles had the telegraph lines cut in Chadron, NE–to try to stop the flow of misleading information. So yes, NEW history can indeed be written. The books are full of the narratives of certain perspectives.
            Well enough of heavy things this New Year Day.

            Sting’s Fragile is very moving. I’m thinking I might use it for my BS soundtrack at some point.

            Oh–now I’m not sure who is supposed to pick the next theme–is it Johnny or moi according to your reckoning? Who ought to follow Deborah? Johnny’s last pick was Classical, I think. LOL. I better wake up some more.

            Lorena’s Prologue to Cohen’s The Future—you know, Bear, this is very very DARK arranging on your part. Or did you intend something else? I’m not complaining–just wondering if I’m listening correctly to your intentions.

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          • You———
            Johnny———–
            Deborah———-
            Me———
            Willow———-
            You———- We got rearranged a little

            Yes, my arrangement was rather dark. Melodic, but dark. You certainly can see a lot from so far away. Happy New Year!! Gloomy, rainy, 40s and up into the 50s today. Woo Hoo!! The little Tea Olive flowers love it, and so do the Camellias.

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          • Thank you for the rotation list, Bear. A little rearranging is okay. I will post my choice late tonight or tomorrow. I think I’ll give everyone more than three days in order for all to catch their breath–and to maybe take time to post other things they may have on their back burners. We’re off the Wednesday/Sunday path at the moment. Hmm. Something to consider too.

            Seeing and making an effort to pay attention too. 🙂

            Glad the flowers are happy.

            The digits here are dropping dramatically again.

            Waiting for the Miracle to Come…. aren’t we just…

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          • Wed/Sun? 4 or 5 days, choosers choice 🙂 That means you choose theme and time interval. 🙂 Doesn’t it?

            Miracle? … some of us are, just so …

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          • Dreamscape dream escape. Thank you Eva. 🙂

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  4. Thank you for the links! Namaste _/l\_

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  5. willowdot21 says:

    Wonderful words and music , and your pick of words from the Horoscope Newsletters are very encouraging! But the music Bear you moved me to tears. Thank you ………xxxxxx Happy 2014

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