Lord Cernunnos - So I Must Take From The Earth And Make It My Own mp3 album
- Performer: Lord Cernunnos
- Title: So I Must Take From The Earth And Make It My Own
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AU MP4 APE VQF MMF DMF AA
- Released: 2016
- Style: Noise
- MP3 album: 1525 mb
- FLAC album: 1764 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
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The Sayaka "EP" by Lord Cernunnos, released 11 September 2016 1. Track 1 2. Track 2 3. Track 3 4. Track 4 5. Track 5 6. Track 6 7. Track 7 8. Track 8 9. Track 9 10. Track 10 11. Track 11 A short Noise EP. I reworked and added noise to what was originally released as "Hey. Is This World Even Worth Protecting?", it was released 09/10/2016. While I liked the original release, It was more of a experimental release. released September 11, 2016. Lord Cernunnos mostly makes Noise related music now days, but I also make other types of music releases. I'm open to doing splits and collaborations. Themes are various but mostly themed around anime, nature, environmental, Pacific Northwest. Some releases have multiple themes.
Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain" (KJV; also "You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God" (NRSV) and variants) is the third of God's Ten Commandments to man. It is a prohibition of blasphemy, specifically, the misuse or "taking in vain" of the name of the God of Israel, or using His name to commit evil. Exodus 20:7 reads: "Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature - the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter. What better place to explore your own unique ecosystem, your own wildness? We have 5 rooms left in the Victorian lodge. Inspired this womens day to be creative and make a little tryptic of goddesses I feel represent the three traditional aspects of magical womanhood, the maiden, the mother and the crone. Finally the Cailleach of Gaelic mythology, often reffered to as 'the veiled one' or the 'divine hag' Often thought of as a winter and storm spirit/goddess and a creator deity, she appears in late autumn, as the earth is dying and is known as the bringer of storm, she is often thought of as the counterpart to brighde In Scotland and Ireland
Beneath the sediment of aeons In ancient repose My trust lay eroded by age The old glory faded And past times forgotten My reign given way to my rage. Harmonious the centuries The land and I were one My soil, my water, my air Bringer of light And master of night In balance, the earth in my care. But with the passing of days A new wind came blowing With whispers of change on its wing This tide of corruption Laid siege to my world Usurping the throne of a king
I am Cernunnos, the lord of this land. My mind seeks to challenge this statement but my heart finds no lie in his words. I stand there in awe smelling the earth so close to him, hearing my heart pound in my ears. The hermit walks inward away from the illusion of the world. it is merely a reflection of our selves. Then when we open our eyes again we see the life in everything, the value of the earth, the kindness of animals, the wisdom of trees, the peace of the waters. Astrological Reference: Zodiac - Virgo, Mutable. Cultural Reference: Cernunnos is the name of the horned god of Celtic polytheism.
The Wardens of Cernunnos are a forgotten but ancient sect of Druidism that has long since vanished from the world for some centuries, perhaps even millennia. Those who choose this path must dedicate themselves to Cernunnos, to the hunt and the chaos of which he embodies within nature.
International Standard Version The LORD's eyes keep on roaming throughout the earth, looking for those whose hearts completely belong to him, so that he may strongly support them. But because you have acted foolishly in this, from now on you will have wars
I whipped my own back and asked for dominion at your feet. I threw myself into a volcano. I drank the blood and drank the wine. I sat alone and begged and bent at the waist for God. I crossed myself and thought I saw the devil. I grew thickened skin on my feet, I bathed in bleach, and plugged my menses with pages from the holy book, but still inside me, coiled deep, was the need to know. You must wear it like she wears disappointment on her face. Your mother is a woman and women like her cannot be contained. Mother dearest, let me inherit the earth. Teach me how to make him beg. Let me make up for the years he made you wait. Did he bend your reflection? Did he make you forget your own name? Did he convince you he was a god? Did you get on your knees daily?
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