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AlexTheTerrible
AlexTheTerrible Nov 11 '21
Even though the ONA isn't really an interest of mine, I still enjoy listening to some of the music that is produced by a group called Deverills Nexion. Youtube used to have a channel by the MMP Temple which had the best songs produced, such as "The Marble Carresses."  Unfortunately ever since Youtube has become a politically correct platform, that channel including the music is almost non existent. I'm happy that the current channel "Musick of the Sinister Tradition" has uploaded a few of the music. 


(Don't know if I previously shared this song here, but its one of my favorites to block any distractions I suffer through.)  I only wish that this channel could upload more of the songs such as "The Marble of Caresses." 



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Anna
Anna Nov 11 '21
I don't really like the ONA styled music. It's too damn solemn and serious for me and I'm into Polish disco now. But I love Richard Moult's paintings.
Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Nov 11 '21
Lately I just use keywords from stuff I write and try and find music that way. It can be a bit time consuming because of all the stuff I don't like, but I do find some good stuff that I've never heard before, and it will be a good addition next time I make a disc for the car. I can drive again in a couple months.
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AlexTheTerrible
AlexTheTerrible Nov 12 '21

Quote from Anna I don't really like the ONA styled music. It's too damn solemn and serious for me and I'm into Polish disco now. But I love Richard Moult's paintings.
Richard Moult is also a composer I believe. I'm not really a fan of Classical Music, but recently I've developed a liking for some of the songs Moult has composed.



Dark Enlightenment
Dark Enlightenment Nov 12 '21
I'm jealous of the program he uses and how the instruments sound like they're suppose to.  That is some high quality ethereal zone out music. 


I wish could redo all my own stuff in a similar expensive high quality program. But the way I look at It, if you can't be good with the simplest cell phone program on the market it ain't worth shit anyway. 



And if you like that here is the rest.


Symphony #3


Symphony #3 is an atypical symphony in that it is 2 main pieces and a third one split into 3 separate sections. It also has a theme very relevant to the O9A's existence. (Esoterically) 


The two videos posted are the two central pieces.


I feel I can post this as "ONA Music" because someone who totally knows David Myatt said this was good.  

 

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Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Nov 13 '21
It's done really well, and seems to be more like background/soundtrack music to me, than listening music. I was thinking the last piece might have been a good soundtrack for The Faces Of Death
Dark Enlightenment
Dark Enlightenment Dec 31 '21
Lazy is another word for it too.  That one is intentionally repetitive though.


The third "symphony" has a stupid veiled theme to it. 


Jews vs. Arabs. 


That one was the "Jewish" entry, which has notoriously repetitive folk music. As most folk music is.


Thank you anyway. And all my stuff is somewhat to obnoxiously repetitive. 


So I call it "semi-minimalism" and say it is intentional. Just a hobby.




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Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 14 '22
Here's another one for Moon-day





And another to compliment the "Double" reference

 

Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 17 '22

Drink of her; become drunken. Her waters of transcendence and beg of thee to not become tolerant and accustomed, but only to thirst for more, anew.





To eternally traverse a sea of forgetfulness and savor the pleasures while enduring its' curse.



Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 18 '22
Victory!!

 


Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 19 '22
Here's another good victory song...




Victory!!

Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 21 '22

Reflections : Black


Black is no thing but absence thereof. Black is the aether the heavens above. Black the abyss devoid of love. Black the night that births the day. Black to squander to throw it away. Where not be the light the color is lack. The essence of empty the beauty in black.

 


Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 23 '22

I remember discussions with Bohr which went through many hours till very late at night and ended almost in despair; and when at the end of the discussion I went alone for a walk in the neighboring park I repeated to myself again and again the question: Can nature possibly be so absurd as it seemed to us in these atomic experiments?


- Werner Heisenberg

Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Mar 23 '22
Yes, absolutely it can. Everything, including nature, is rooted in absurdity, and her long unruly hair forever became entangled in the eternal wheels of chaos.

 


Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Aug 8 '22

Dance of the Shadows


Black is no thing, but absence thereof

Black is the aether, the heavens above

Black the abyss devoid of love

Black the night births the day

Black to squander,

to throw it away


Where not be the light

The color is lack

Essence of empty

the beauty in black



Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Aug 8 '22

Stillborn


Still is the time that is forlorn

Still the spirit to be adorned

Still the night 'fore the day

Still is eternal still as it lay


Still as away

Come again

'nother day

'nother way


Still to be born

From the still

'tis the way

'twas born


From the

Still it

Was



Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Aug 11 '22
Everything Has A Partnership With Eternity : A Lament of Misery And Prosperity



Anna
Anna Aug 11 '22
Polish ONA chant. ONA jest taka cudowna. ONA is wonderful:



Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Aug 11 '22
I still try to find good music from time to time that isn't worn out, or too redundant, experience must continuously be renewed to avoid becoming subject to a stale eternity.
Cornelius Coburn
Cornelius Coburn Aug 11 '22

Nine Numbers of Creation


Nine angles, spheres, or evolutions of time; 10 is a reflection of 01, ad infinitum



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