TRUTH EARTH – New Video About Mozart’s Involvement in the Mysteries of Isis – 7-23-17


Truth Earth:

I felt guided today to create this video which showcases

the occult knowledge and information into the works of Mozart,

especially in his masterpiece Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute).

I got most of the information from Cobra’s blog

and included everything in the description of the video.

Light and love everyone!

via New Video About Mozart’s Involvement in the Mysteries of Isis — truthearth

A. Mozart – Piano Concerto #24, Cm, K. 491 – Elisha Kravitz, Pianist

Elisha Krawets


Published on Apr 5, 2015

00:00 – Allegro
12:55 – Larghetto
20:30 – Allegretto

Elisha Kravitz- Piano
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra w/ maestro Frederic Chaslin
Henry Crown Hall, Jerusalem Theater, 23/12/14

What It’s Like for a Deaf Person to Hear Music for the First Time – Listening to Mozart! – – 12-28-14



What It’s Like for a Deaf Person to Hear Music for the First Time- listening to Mozart


How do you feel listening to Mozart’s Lachrimosa? Upon listening to it shivers descend down my spine, and I am stirred;  no one could say it is too fanciful to say this is not an otherworldly, sacred piece of music that reaches deep into the soul….

But imagine you were born deaf, had never heard music before, didn’t really know what music even is. Then one day you get implants and you hear this…

For a hearing person the Lachrimosa is a powerful listening experience; how much more so would it be for someone born deaf and then able to hear this?

Austin Chapman was born profoundly deaf. Hearing aids helped some, but music — its full range of pitches and tones — remained indecipherable. As Chapman explains: “I’ve never understood it. My whole life I’ve seen hearing people make a fool of themselves singing their favorite song or gyrating on the dance floor. I’ve also seen hearing people moved to tears by a single song. That was the hardest thing for me to wrap my head around.”

But earlier this month, that changed when Chapman got new hearing aids. Suddenly:The first thing I heard was my shoe scraping across the carpet; it startled me. I have never heard that before and out of ignorance, I assumed it was too quiet for anyone to hear.

I sat in the doctor’s office frozen as a cacophony of sounds attacked me. The whir of the computer, the hum of the AC, the clacking of the keyboard, and when my best friend walked in I couldn’t believe that he had a slight rasp to his voice. He joked that it was time to cut back on the cigarettes.
That night, a group of close friends jump-started my musical education by playing Mozart, Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Sigur Ros, Radiohead, Elvis, and several other popular legends of music. Being able to hear the music for the first time ever was unreal.

When Mozart’s Lacrimosa came on, I was blown away by the beauty of it. At one point of the song, it sounded like angels singing and I suddenly realized that this was the first time I was able to appreciate music. Tears rolled down my face and I tried to hide it. But when I looked over I saw that there wasn’t a dry eye in the car.”


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Mozart – Ave Verum Corpus – Conductor Leonard Bernstein

shostakk·123 videos

Concierto celebrado en Abril de 1990 en la Iglesia de Waldsassen de Alemania.

Mozart Ave Verum Corpus kv. 618

Chor und Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Leonard Bernstein

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