by Circle Of Beings

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released May 28, 2015



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Music To Honor The Ancients And The Veneration of Nature

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Track Name: Circles Of Three
In the circles three
They hold all living and thee
Plants and animals
Of futures and past

And the present man
All life is maintained
All is contained

In the circles of three
Circles of being

On stones are writings
In shadows are hiding
The secrets of
Ancient rituals
And lost magic

In the circles three
Holds all living things
In the circles of being
All life is maintained
Track Name: By The Light Of The Moon
On this sacred night
We walk alone
And only the light of the moon
Shall be our guide
We gather in shadow
To pray to the gods
For the coming age

In circles of stone
We hold our rituals
And offer what we have
For continued sustenance
And only the light of the moon
Shall show us the way
Only the light of the moon
Shall be our guide

To our burial grounds
Where our ancestors rest
For we shall join the roots
Once again
Our branches
Can only reach so far
And only the light of the moon
Shall be our guide

To our beating drums
And sacred place
Among the mountains tall
And forests old
We hold our ritual
For the coming dawn
We hold our ritual
By the light of the moon..
Track Name: Silence (II of II)
Beneath the red eye of the sun
In this place
With tall primeval trees
Stands a rock
Gray and ghastly
As the moon rose
Crimson through the mist
I saw a man upon that rock

And upon the rock
I read a word
And upon his brow
I read the fables
Of sorrow and weariness

Not to me
But engrossed in his own solitude
I cursed the night with silence
Then everything was still

And upon that rock
I read the word