Marieta Maglas

Gold Star - 9,895 Points (19-05-1964 / Radauti, Judet Suceava, Romania)

Solfeggio (Part 1) - Poem by Marieta Maglas

The sine-waves of the theta pulsing choir note
Are like clear water bells in our love meditation,
With timeless feeling in Zen ambiance they float
And with signals from space without any cessation.

Being stimulated by Tibetan Chimes Solfege or by
Intergalactic fusion music as monaural Gamma pulses,
They produce lucid dreams to keep us on a spiritual high,
Where Gamma Centauri may send some delicate impulses,

Centauri has a gentle spacious feel with Gamalon Solfege
And the synthesizer interactions blend with the white noise.
Tones liberation means Tibetan bowl and sine waves cortege,
When solfeggio frequencies from the background seek for new joys.

The Silk Road meditator learns the oriental Koto song
To release all his crystallized emotional bondage.
Intuitive Sine for non-linear knowing is like an awakening gong
Ending to Theta meditation as a "conscious'' for the knowledge.

LA Unconditional is a dreamy triad of love frequencies.
The Solfeggio was also used in some Ancient Gregorian chants,
In great hymns to St. John the Baptist and to the sacred dyad.
This way, the power of purity and transformation it grants.

Exploring through Gematria and Numbers Book the holy place,
These sounds hold the keys to a super-consciousness and to longevity,
Accelerating the healing during their dimensional travel in time and space
They arrange the energy and the perception in a cube symmetry.

Topic(s) of this poem: music, song

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2016

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