Eternal Drum

Across the Universe I beat;
I am the Great Mystery.
I am the living energy,
The metamorphosis of beauty.
I am the trinity.
In every step of humanity;
In every breath of longevity.
I am the triumph, the purpose, the eternal heartstrings.
I am the infinite beginning;
I am the solitary moments, the wisdom, the healing.
I am the inspiration, the dedication, the whispering.
I am the silence of all that is;
I am the source, the vision, the quest.
In creation there is all that is sacred;
I am the muse of Seventh Heaven.
I am the Eternal drum, the rippled hum, the key to everything.
Listen.
Experience the rhythm.
Love is symposium.
You are the Gifted.
Open your space of reason,
Allow the feeling.
Embrace the music;
Sing… forever.

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3 thoughts on “Eternal Drum

  1. YEW (Taxus baccata) – Yew was used to enhance magical and psychic abilities & to induce visions. Transformation, reincarnation, eternal life and immortality sum up the attributes of the Yew tree. It has been associated with death, rebirth, change and regeneration. All parts of the tree are poisonous except the fleshy covering of the berry, and its medicinal uses include a recently discovered treatment for cancer. Long associated with magic, death, rebirth and the runes, there are some convincing arguments for it being the original ‘World-tree’ of Scandinavian mythology. In Europe, yew wood was used for making bows, while on the northwest coast of North America, the Pacific yew (Taxus brevifolia) is used by the Haida and other tribes for making masks and boxes. Yew may be used to enhance magical and psychic abilities, and to induce visions. Another important tree to the Winter Solstice and the deities of death and rebirth. The Irish used it to make dagger handles, bows and wine barrels. The wood or leaves were laid on graves as a reminder to the departed spirit that death was only a pause in life before rebirth.

  2. The Tree of Life constitutes one of the most familiar Sacred Geometry Symbols . The structure of the Tree of Life connects to the sacred teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah but can appear in other traditions such as the ancient Egyptian. The Tree of Life appears in Sefer Yetzira (“Book of Creation”). The book explained the creation as a process involving the 10 divine numbers (sefirot) of God the Creator and the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. The 10 sefirot together with the 22 letters constitute the “32 paths of secret wisdom.” The Tree of Life pendant forms the key to God’s original creation. The pendant fits exactly the Seed of Life and Flower of Life . The Tree of Life constitutes wholeness. The Tree of Life appears as a sign of unity and love. Go here for more about the “Tree of Life” and how it relates to wholeness.

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