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oldies song "talisman" contains disturbing hidden message...

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posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 07:39 AM
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i was listening to this song the other day...called "talisman" by an oldies band called..."the guess who"
and after listening to the lyrics i couldnt help but get chills.

below are the lyrics to the song...read with "awake eyes" and if you ever get a chance..listen to it with "awake ears" tell me what you think.

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****Trinket worn with colors matching saddened
eyes has lost its magic touch
People from a distant hill have crossed an
ever-stretching sea of sand
Artificial flowers cannot die for life within them is illusion
Talisman, talisman grace my hand
Talisman grace my hand.


Walk the creature let it run but slacken not
the rope to which it's bound
ships in bottles cannot sail neither
can a tombstone kill a feather
Talisman, talisman grace my hand
Talisman grace my hand.

figures made of pedigrees control the non-existent soul of john smith
kings are nothing more without the glory and wealth behind their thinking
Let me feel the choice of seeing dawn
or setting sun before I die
Myriads of painted faces rush behind the eye of the uncertain
Talisman, talisman grace my hand
Talisman grace my hand.


let me live only to do
and let me do only to live
My steel image comes with the sun
And that's where it slumbers now.

Talisman, talisman grace my hand
Talisman grace my hand.




posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 07:50 AM
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Good song. The Guess Who wrote many songs about the supernatural and esoteric things. "No Sugar Tonight" was no doubt their biggest hit, it was about Mother Earth. Nobody sings for Mother Earth anymore, but they sure sang to her then!



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 08:10 AM
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Here you go OP



I pulled this record out the other night going through my vinyls.
edit on 3-7-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 08:12 AM
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wow amazing! nice find



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 08:20 AM
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Stoners back in the 60's and 70'sused to sing to trees, planets, air, cars, dirt... They thought they were profound, they were stoned. Now 50 years later those stoners are in Washington. Should make a good anti drug PSA.



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 10:28 AM
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"an oldies band the guess who"



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 02:36 PM
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Very nice!
I actually enjoy songs with cryptic lyrics, especially ones with double, sometimes tripple or even quadruple meanings (or ways of interpretation) that is the beauty of art!



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 02:38 PM
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There were still plenty of "squares" in those days, and I think those are the ones that made it to office. lol



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 02:45 PM
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Originally posted by Majestic Lumen
Very nice!
I actually enjoy songs with cryptic lyrics, especially ones with double, sometimes tripple or even quadruple meanings (or ways of interpretation) that is the beauty of art!


Me too. James Hetfield wrote some great lyrics for Metallica songs over the years.

* "Sweet Amber" - about his alcoholism

* "Fixxxer" - about his heroin addiction

* "Until It Sleeps" - about both parents dying from cancer

* "Leper Messiah" - about televangelists telling people they can get into Heaven by donating money

* "Master Of Puppets" - coc aine and its effects

* "Disposable Heroes" - young adults being killed on the battlefield after being bred for war

* "Frantic" - fear of death

* "...And Justice For All" - justice system being wrong and easily bought by those in power

* "Blackened" - Earth destroyed by pollution etc

* "Fight Fire With Fire" - nuclear war

Plus many more. That's why I hate when I see "music is run by the Illuminati, all musicians and singers are pushing the NWO agenda" but forgetting that while it's derided as being just noise and screaming (both of which are ridiculous accusations), metal has more messages in its back catalog than you'd think and is a lot better than the bland pop songs clogging up the charts that are about nothing.



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