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Mathematical Messiah - Lord Come Soon

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Aug 16, 2015 | 12:18 AM EDT
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7.3 MB
3 min 11 sec
0.26 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 0.26 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This song is a mix of light energy and dark energy.

I composed this song for my final project:

Be weary brothers and sisters. Whether you believe in it or not, the end of the world is coming. It is not an unpredictable destruction either; it's in fact a predictable cycle of life and death; wake and rest of our Creator. If you do not know already, scientists have already said that our sun is going to sleep - that is the "Day of Rest", just moments after the "Day of Atonement". This isn't crazy my friends - this is the highest level of chemistry. Take everything the wise men had told us, remove the fantasy from it, then carefully apply it to the Universal Laws and the Universal Phenomenon. Most importantly, remove yourself from the physical illusion and start acknowledging that nothing in this world can be regarded as "physical", "normal" or even "logical"... as life is paradoxical and cyclical.

Remember, remember,
the 23rd of September.

Take into consideration what I have said. This is my final moment as I break the Universe open for everyone to accept or deny for themselves.

The U.S is the tail of the snake; the root chakra of the matrix. The U.S has been at war since 1776. It is 2015 now. 2015 - 1776 = 239 [23rd of September].

Finally, the Egyptians, Sumerians and Celtics that knew about the numerical prophecies also built monuments with the "9 23" code embedded into it. For an example, count the stripes on the Egyptian pharaoh statue. You will see that the headdress has 23 vertical stripes and 9 horizontal stripes.

123 + 864 = 987
321 + 864 = 789

864 x 4 = 3456
3456 x 5 = 17280

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8 = 36/360 of a Circle = 3 + 6 = 9

8 x 6 x 4 x 4 x 6 x 8 = 36864 <--- 864 Reappears

3 x 6 x 8 x 6 x 4 = 3456

3 x 4 x 5 x 6 = 360° [God]

Sincerely, E I S P E M I R H E G E E I A A B B.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I was with you, until you slowed down the tempo. The Mathssiah slow jam just sounds off compared to the full speed of the beginning. Neat project though, thanks for sharing.

MathematicalMessiah responds:

I have this distorted mind that allows me to enjoy these wild patterns and transitions, while they make others unhappy. A lot of the sounds I make are based off of things I have felt inside my own dreams. It is like the Stephen King of Music. This would explain why my style is atonal; something that takes time to get used to due to the first listen naturally lacking rhythm that otherwise would be there if you were to listen to it just enough times for your brain to be prepared enough for its atonal wind ups.

Most importantly, I am not necessarily writing music. I am writing what I feel, so the emotion is not always designed to be enjoyed, but to be expressed. I wanted to create distortion and strange patterns to help people get into that right mindset to better absorb my numerical work, hence intelligence and pride is useless towards what I do - what people really need is a mind that wanders and an abundance of intuition to go with it.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not an expert in the genre but... I still feel the kick should be better audible, standing out. Side-chaining and stuff is important so the other sounds duck for the kick to stand out. IMO that gives it a better feeling.

MathematicalMessiah responds:

It's fair, considering I made this for my last project -- until I take my work to the public light here after I take a hiatus from my mathematical journey over the 9 months, of course. I did not really take the time to EQ everything, nor did I settle for complicated patterns and layers. I wanted something distorted simply, with a mix of good vibes and bad vibes.

I'm more focused on my mathematical journey than my musical journey, to be frank with you.

I do not spend nearly as much as time with music as I do with conscious math.