To Pele and Andean & Himalayan Apus with Love - Music for the Ages that transcends space and time - from the Himalayas to Hawaii (New Lemuria) to the Andes to Europe and back to the Himalayas - a circle of life and history of this planet in sights and sounds - a film by Bob Altzar Djurdjevic - part of Peru 2012: Toward 12-21-12- Shift series of films
HAIKU, Maui, Jan 11, 2013 - It would appear I have been working on this musical creation all my life. I just did not realize it until last night. When I finished the final version of what I called "To Pele and Apu Machu Picchu, with Love"-musical creation, the Spirit let me know that it is more than that. It is the Music for the Ages, music that transcends space and time and connects the Himalayas (masculine energy) with the Andes (feminine energy) via Hawaii (fire, water birthing energy), the New Lemuria. And then it goes on to link up to Europe and back to the Himalayas.
So this piece represents the full circle of life and the history of this planet from Lemuria to present day. That's why it transcends space and time.
Now, before I let you watch and listen, a bit of background info...
On Sep 16, 2011, I learned in a channeled session with an ancient Egyptian Spirit that I have been incarnating throughout the Planet Earth history, from Lemuria onward. Here's what the Spirit said:
ALTZAR INCARNATIONS THROUGHOUT EARTH'S HISTORY
Later in the same session, I also learned for the first time about my lifetime as Hatun Watana, a high Inca priest-shaman who lived in the early 16th century.
INCA SHAMAN - HATUN-WATANA
While the latter is not exactly true (the Spirit may have confused Vilcabamba with Machu Picchu), what happened several years before this revelation certainly validated it.
I came to Machu Picchu with a group of shamans for the first time in 2008. My spiritual ascent started only six months earlier. So I was still a real babe in the woods. Still, when I came to a room with a bunch of holes in the wall, I automatically stuck my head in one of them and started to chant. I even recorded, unaware that a small crowd had gather behind me to listen to it.
Here's an excerpt from my story on the Dec 16 visit to Vilcabamba that includes that video:
In other words, I knew instinctively as far back as 2008 that those holes in the Machu Picchu wall were meant to create sound resonance during shamanic ceremonies. So when Liz, my Peruvian friend and guide, returned to Machu Picchu on Dec 17, 2012, I asked her to hold the camera and record the sounds I was trying to generate in each of the 10 or so acoustic chambers. I told her that eventually, I was hoping to (re)create the sounds from 500 years ago as Inca choral music.
There was a threat of rain at the time, and we were in a hurry to get to the Huayna Picchu trail. So we did this very quickly and moved on.
In the last few days, I have been analyzing that short video and separating all the sounds key by key. Eventually, I created a sort of a musical scale of the acoustic chamber sounds. And then, I began to hear the music. It was obviously being sourced from the Spirit realm. Then I recognized the blend that was emerging.
On Nov 24, 2012, as I was standing above the Kilauea volcano on the Big Island in Hawaii, I similarly received a musical download. A few days later, I recorded it as...
Now, on Jan 10, 2013, the blended melody I was hearing was a choral version of the original "To Pele with Love" score. The additional sounds were coming from the acoustic chambers of Machu Picchu. And then last night during meditation, the Spirit finally explained the meaning of the whole thing to me. What I had created was music for the ages that transcends space and time and connects the continents and cultures across the human and planetary history.
And now, with that as a preamble, here's the video. Enjoy!To Pele and Andean & Himalayan Apus with Love (Jan 11, 2013)