The Forest Told a Secret
The Forest Told a Secret is a composition which brings to light the reality that the Forest is singing and making music.
It is awaiting the day when a new golden era shall return to the Earth, and its song will dawn within the consciousness of those who inhabit the new cosmos. Then, a song which was only heard by the ears of enlightened seers and sages will bathe the ears of every creature on Earth with its harmonic Sonic rays.
This particular composition uses the rhythm of the drumming of a bearded woodpecker. It’s timing is 216 bpm, which is twice the number 108 and half of the number 432. The cymbal parts are actually performed by a Cicada. There are also crickets chirping in perfect timing.
Rather than having a fuzz guitar coming in at the end, a bee buzz becomes the instrumentation. A bullfrog does bass notes at certain intervals in the closing measure of the song. The composition is tuned in Pythagorean tuning. It is hoped that the song will, in part, be a microcosm of the great universal song of the universe and all living creatures on Earth.
There is an ancient secret, told by the leafy trees, which in the twilight they whisper in the breeze. As sun is setting upon the fields of grass, the willow bows his head to weep till darkness pass.
And, the forest told a secret. The Great Someone told them so. It sends a message from the glad tomorrow. Someone wanted you to know.
And in the night, the forest sleeps, but in the skies above, the stars are twinkling out a song of universal love. And in the rocky tree tops, the wise owl wonders, who? And the forest waits patiently for the promise to come true.
And the forest told a secret. The Great Someone told them so. It sends a message from the glad tomorrow. Someone wanted you to know.
Twilights last gleaming. Evening shadows fall. All the young mountains, answer the call. New world octave.Slow rising dawn. All are awaiting, the new Eden's dawn.
The firefly, is in the sky. He's doing the ballet with the dragonfly.
The crickets sing their song so glad, a frog sings bass from a lilly pad.