Don’t be fooled by the cover.
Kick demon butt! Our warfare is against demons, not people. But the demons are often in people!
Sometimes, one has to crank it up, and pray strongly in the Spirit. Spiritual warfare. Power to the Peaceful!
Music to kick demons with:
Someone’s on the prowl, trying to take us down
But we ain’t giving up now
A liar and a thief, coming after you and me
But we ain’t giving up now
The harder the wind will blow, the deeper our roots will go,
And the devil’s gonna hang, oh the devil is gonna hang,
The devil is gonna hang from his own gallows
Though the waters try to drown, and the flames they surround oh
We ain’t giving up now
Even though we may tread through the valley of death oh
We ain’t giving up now
If you’re stumbling in the dark, run your hands against the walls
Find every window, every door, throw them open, throw them open
In will flood a blinding light, and it will chase away the night
Even if you shield your eyes, let it pour in, let it pour in
Wonderful high-cliff overlook setting! “Filmed on location in Northern Isle of Skye.”
POWER to the PEACEFUL!!!
Jake Morphonios gives the background: (vid) Jake: Trump Sells Out U.S. Troops As Guns for Hire to Saudi Arabia
Bow bow bow
Curtsey for the king
He’ll give you a medal
For the weapons that you bring
He’s got more money than you
Bend over, kiss his ring
Importance of thanking people while we still can.
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Posted by Lincoln Brewster on Föstudagur, 5. júlí 2019
I just found this incredible song yesterday, Christmas day 2019, surprised that it’s been out for years, as I love this complex and powerful Trans-Siberian Orchestra style, and Jeff Beck tones!
“Miraculum” is an amazing three-movement instrumental incorporating these five songs in what appears to me to mainly be in this order until the complicated ending: “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “We Three Kings,” “O Come O Come Emmanuel,” “Carol of the Bells” and “O Holy Night.”
The photographer shot it with a Canon 6D with 70-200mm f2.8L lens, zoomed to 200mm, using the internal mic, and with tired arms, he says — difficult to hold the telephoto steady.
Lord of life, Lord of all;
He’s the Prince of Peace, Mighty God, Holy One!
Hour 2 – Rev Ted Pike Trump’s – Unambiguous War On Free Speech And ‘Zionism and Christianity The Unholy Alliance’ The full length film by Ted Pike
On the Rense home page, Jeff is currently linking to Ted’s film that most helped me understand the ‘Christian’ Zionism deception:
Debussy “Clair de Lune” for a gentle female elephant called Ampan. Ampan is 80 years old and lives with us as Elephants World in Thailand. She is blind in one eye and can barely see with the other. 80 years old is very old indeed for an elephant, it’s about 10 years past the natural life span of an elephant in the wild.
Tiesto – Adagio For Strings (Radio Edit)
Longer version. Starts at 1:25 > builds > takes off at 2:40 > BEST PART begins at 4:22 > stratosphere at 5:20!
DJ Tiesto – Adagio For Strings
Michael Been (1950-2010) passionately singing and playing fretless bass with a pick.
Continue reading “(music video) The Call: 'Let the Day Begin' | 'I Still Believe' – Pat Sajak Show 1989/90”
Lately, I’ve been mostly posting music videos on my personal blog, but thought I’d post this one here too.
I was greatly impressed with Renaissance while in high school, and was able to see them at the Minnesota State Fair playing in a small pavilion to only about 25 people. I couldn’t believe my eyes, standing right in front of one of the greatest bands and most people just kept walking down the path without coming inside — for free.
Jon Camp is still my favorite bass player — having such a soaring, majestic style — a one-of-a-kind! Some compare him to Chris Squire of ‘YES,’ but Jon has always moved me more.
Annie Haslam has a 5-octave voice, and still sings incredibly at age-70: (music video) Renaissance – ‘Carpet of the Sun’ with Chamber Orchestra
Renaissance’s style was elegance, standing tall like the Redwoods; though, some of the lyrics were a bit dark, and were written by another lady, who seemed to be occult influenced. This concert has a great, upbeat feel, unlike some of their studio LP albums, like “Turn of the Cards,” which I still remember buying at the record store at 66th St. and Penn Ave. in Richfield, MN, while living in nearby Bloomington.
I must have heard them on KQRS, the progressive rock FM station that I was often glued to. They never played the same song in a 24 hour period, and had real DJs playing real vinyl LP records, sometimes entire albums. What a treat!
I’ve always been impressed with their song, “Mother Russia,” but didn’t know until hearing Jon Camp’s intro here that it’s about Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the imprisoned truther, author.
Uplifting concert here!
Continue reading “(vid) Sam Robson: Oh Happy Day! – Acapella Arrangement…”
Starts at 1:15 with fine sounding horn section!
Continue reading “(vid) Tomoyasu Hotei Guitar & Symphony: ‘Battle Without Honor or Humanity’”
“Written in 1969 in view of the resistors to the Vietnam war, and the monster called government, Look where we are today 2016.”
America, where are you now
Don’t you care about your sons and daughters
Don’t you know we need you now
We can’t fight alone against the monster
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Continue reading “(music video) Steppenwolf 1969: 'Monster' — "We don't know how to mind our own business / 'Cause the whole world's got to be just like us / Now we are fighting a war over there / No matter who's the winner we can't pay the cost / 'Cause there's a monster on the loose / It's got our heads into the noose"”
The magazines, the newspapers
Print every word I say
I used to have to sneak around
But now they just open their doors
It’s getting very easy now
Since no one believes in me anymore
Chester’s bandmate, Mike Shinoda:
“We were booked to play the show [Jimmy Kimmel Live] so that we could promote our new single ‘Heavy’ and then we heard the news about Chris Cornell and had had a little pow-wow in the dressing room before we went on and we said, ya know, the thing that’s good for the band to do is play ‘Heavy,’ but the right thing to do is play ‘One More Light’ because it’s about the loss of a friend.”
“When we were doing a sound check Chester couldn’t even make it through the song, he was getting halfway through and getting choked up. And even when we did play the whole song, and it was live on TV, or taped for film for TV, he kind of just stopped like towards the end like he missed the last couple lines, just couldn’t finish the song. Fans were crying in the audience, and I think it was cathartic, I think it was good.”
“The message of the song is when you are dealing with something so deep as losing a friend, or in this case somebody you just admire, somebody you look up to when we’re talking about some of these fans in the audience… one of the things I think you can do is reach out to people and offer them community, let them know we’re a family, we’re community, we care about each other. Whether a friend who lost somebody, a family member or whatever, to reach out and let them know even that you’re thinking about them, sometimes that’s enough.” (source)
Linkin Park Performs “One More Light”
Linkin Park Performs “One More Light” on Jimmy Kimmel Live