A reading from my book "God or Else" with asides, explaining how and why Christianity became the enemy of Jesus.
This is my last compilation of classical music, and covers the ground inbetween the other two. These pieces range from 12-25 minutes, so it's quite a long video. My personal favourites are Vaughan William's Thomas Tallis, Lalo's Namouna and Rachmaninov's Isle of the Dead. Wagner"s Siegfried Idyll is a close runner-up. If I need something slow, cryptic and mysterious it's either of the McEwen pieces, Emmanuel's Le Poeme du Rhone or Wetzler's Assisi. If I'm feeling homesick for some guitar music Rodrigo fulfils the need, usually with his less famous piece Fantasy for a Gentleman. And lastly of course, Ravel's Bolero stands alone as an epic Orchestral Rela unlike anything else written outside of Indian Classical music.
Well, that finishes my stint as a DJ. I would give you my Best of Prog Rock compilation as well, but after years of searching I could only find a handful of worthwhile albums: All three Harmonium albums, particularly The Five Seasons which is my very favourite prog album. Nektar's Remember the Future is my favourite rocky prog album. Followed by Gnidrolog's I Could Never Be a Soldier. And that's it. Sorry everyone else, I tried but it was all a bit pretentious and trying too hard without any inspiration.
Right, onto the medium length classical track-list:
Ravel - Allegro for harp and strings
Lalo - Namouna suite
Fibich - Toman and the Wood Nymph
Ciurlionis - Cycles
Sibelius - The Wood Nymph
Rodrigo - Concierto Aranjuez (Bream)
Schubert - Fantasy for 2 pianos
Gliere - The Sirens
Ravel - Bolero
Debussy - Prelude to a Faun's afternoon
McEwen - Where the wild thyme blows
Borodin - Polovtsian Dances
Suolahti - Sonfonia Piccola
Rodrigo - Fantasy for a gentleman (Segovia)
Wagner - Siegfried Idyll
Wetzler - Assisi
McEwen - Grey Galloway
Emmanuel - Le Poeme du Rhone
Jensen - Partita Sinfonica
Rachmaninov - The Isle of the Dead
Debussy - Nocturnes
Novak - In the Tatra Mountains
Williams - Fantasy on a theme of Thomas Tallis
Alfven - A legend of the Skerries
Bantock - The Witch of Atlas
D'Indy - Souvenirs
D'Indy - Karadec
Lastly, the image is my painting "Brahmaputra Sunset". The sunset on the other compilations wasn't my painting, it was an old ebay piece I liked but couldn't find the painter's name to credit him. Sorry and thanks though.
Update: My paintings are no longer available on ebay (or etsy), instead they are now on www.artmajeur.com/alan-wrightson. The originals are available and you can also buy prints in various sizes.
If you came via this channel, you can always contact me direct for a painting at www.paypal.me/alanwrightson including a cent donation to stop spammers. Include your email in the paypal text and I will reply.
The thumbnail is my very first oil painting, the coast of lake Mansarovar in Tibet, close to the mythological home of Shiva.
I think this was the first piece of Indian classical music I properly listened to after Ravi Shankar's "Chants of India". That was about six years ago and it's still one of my favourites. Prasad Bhandarkar is a student of the flute virtuoso Hariprasad Chaurasia, but a lot more laid-back in his playing style. This, along with the melancholy raga and the rich, full tone of the bamboo flute - something I can only wish for as a guitarist - make this live performance something very special. Perfect for some quiet time or contemplative relaxation.
Starting in 2015 I spent 3 years researching classical music. It was a musical form I had never enjoyed much, but was open-minded about what I might find. I was in poverty but had access to free wifi in public spaces and a solar charger for my beat-up phone, and wanted to do something positive with my time, so I decided to broaden my musical horizons.
I listened to every symphony I could find, beginning with well-known composers, and when I got a feel for them I listened to their shorter pieces.
What I found surprised me and explained why I had never liked classical music to begin with: most of it is awful.
Brahms, Schumann, Mozart, Handel and Bach were almost pure technical fiddle-faddling. Schoenberg, Prokofiev, Chopin, Mahler, Berlioz, Strauss and Haydn left me cold. So did almost everyone else. I couldn't believe how much of their work was mere intellectual fluff. Even Beethoven impressed only occasionally. Schubert also, here and there. I soon ran out of composers I knew and began to find lesser-known composers whose work outdid their more famous contemporaries, yet who history has ignored or sidelined. Some of the more well-known composers did write two or three works of excellence, but not much more. Ravel, Mendelsson, Saint-Saens and Korsakov were like this. Liszt and Elgar also. The only big names I thought worthy of their reputations were Wagner, Sibelius and probably Debussy.
As I slowly gathered a classical music collection together by this process, most of it ended up being by composers I had never heard of, like D'Indy and Gliere. They were real finds, as were Alfven and Bantock.
Now why is all this important?
Because music is a subtle manifestation of the human spirit. It is indicative of the quality of an entire culture. Where the music is bad, the human spirit is failing. Just look at hip-hop. In terms of classical music, one can see that if a culture chooses the worst intellectual twaddle to play over and over again at concerts, ignoring the good stuff, then it tells you a lot about that culture.
I had to stop my collection after the 1950s because humanity stopped being capable of writing good classical music without being artificially stimulated by film or TV. Alfven and Rodrigo were probably the last great composers to my mind.
Most modern classical music is experimental drivel written by talentless poseurs, and is unlistenable.
Anyway, it's not all bad news: here are the top 7 symphonies I found amidst the junk, and they are all thoroughly excellent. Each is about an hour long, occasionally less. So please enjoy as your mood sees fit!
Ravel - Daphnis et Chloe (ballet)
Wagner - The Ring Without Words (condensed from 14 hours of Opera by Maazel)
Gliere - 3rd Symphony
D'Indy - Jour d'ete a la montaigne (not officially a symphony)
Strauss - An Alpine Symphony
Alfven - Bergakungen (ballet)
Sibelius - 7th Symphony
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A few also-rans of symphonic length or scope not included here, but not far behind in terms of quality and well worth a download:
Debussy - Nocturnes
Bantock - A Pagan Symphony
Wagner - Siegfried Idyll
D'Indy - Souvenirs
Boehe - Taormina (I'd like to recommend his Odysseus but its way too long for the original inspiration. Try it and see)
Gliere - Khizris
Gliere - Bronze Horseman
Vaughan Williams - 5th Symphony
Hadley - Salome
Suolahti - Sinfonia Piccola
Nielsen - 3rd Symphony
Alfven - 4th Symphony (oh for a version without that terrible operatic vibrato!!)
Sibelius - 4th Symphony
Sibelius - Pelleas et Mellisande
Sibelius - The Tempest suites 1 & 2
Rodrigo - Fantasia para un gentilhombre (I like the Segovia version)
Rodrigo - Concierto Aranjuez (Bream version for me)
Busoni - Piano Concerto
Grieg - Peer Gynt suites 1 & 2
Lalo - Namouna
Bantock - The Witch of Atlas
Dohnanyi - 1st symphony
Dvorak - New World Symphony (it took eight others to get it right though!)
Holst - The Planets
Korsakov - Sheherezade
Scriabin - 1st Symphony
Kalinnikov - 1st symphony (1st movement)
Novak - Slovak suite
Beethoven - Pastoral Symphony
90% of classical music is awful. But here is a collection of short pieces which aren't. I waded through a lot of rubbish music for 3 years to find these pieces, so please enjoy!
Blagoje Bersa - Idyll
Debussy - Girl with the flaxen hair
Jensen - Air
Thomas Tallis - If ye love me
Hugo Alfven - Summer rain
Hugo Alfven - A maiden in the ring
Rachmaninov - Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini
Franz Liszt - Grand Gallop Chromatique
Hugo Alfven - Julsang
Elgar - Nimrod
Debussy - Passepied
D'Albert - Tiefland intermezzo
Elgar - Adagio for strings
Halvorsen - Entry of the Boyars
Franz Liszt - Love's dream no. 3
Rachmaninov - Prelude in C sharp minor
Liszt - La Camponella for piano
Debussy - Claire de Lune
Paganini - Caprice no.24
Wagner - An weber grade
Amy Beach - Hermit thrush at eve
Khachaturian - Gayane Adagio
Debussy - The Joyous Isle
Vedel - Choir concerto no.22
Ippolitov-Ivanov - Kolyma's lament
Gliere - Concerto for Coloratura soprano
Ippolitiv-Ivanov - Armenian Rhapsody
Camille Saint-saens - Dance macabre
Ilmari Hannikainen - Ensiloumi Jouni Somero
Ippolitov Ivanov - Symphonic scherzo
Lyadov - Kikimora
D'Indy - Lied for cello and orchestra
Ambrose Thomas - Overture Mignon
Schmidt - Toccata in C for organ
Leevi Madetoja - Dance vision
Gliere - Intermezzo and tarantella
Gliere - Holiday in Ferghana
Paganini - La camponella
Sibelius - Swan of Tuonela
D'Indy - Diptych Mediterranean
Wagner - Lohengrin Overture
Wagner - Siegfried's funeral march
Svendsen - Norwegian Rhapsody no.2
D'Albert - Tiefland Overture 1944 remastered
Wagner - Lohengrin prelude
Mendelsson - Hebrides
Butterworth - A Shropshire lad
Wagner - Tristan and Isolde Prelude
Strauss II - The Beautiful Blue Danube
Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody no.2
Albinoni - Adagio
Hugo Alfven - 1st Swedish Rhapsody
Bortnyansky - Concerto 24
D'Indy - The enchanted forest
Lyadov - The enchanted lake
Emilie Mayer - Faust Overture
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The real way of looking after the world involves very subtle influences and relationships, sometimes involving people's body consciousness. In this way, important people may have specific health issues because it is their function to resolve a related problem in the world, and so the health issue gives them the opportunity to solve that problem.
There are similar processes and misuses of them on various levels of consciousness, good and bad, and not all are body related. But there is a clear distinction in all cases between the legitimate and illegitimate processes: the bad ones are all controlling. The good ones are simply the particular parts of nature the bad ones are trying to control.
Real morality is based on spiritual priorities alongside an understanding of consciousness. Everything else is lies and tyranny. This can be difficult for people to accept when it encroaches upon their fairly arbitrary cultural programming, and incest and pedophilia are discussed in this context. Also vegetarianism and veganism are looked at in a deeper way than is usually considered. Finally the way some spiritual crimes manifest as worldly accidents via unexpected consciousness mechanics is explained, yet these are not considered as crimes in the world.
More proof the Dalai Lama is a young-boy obsessed sodomite. Archonic ignorance feeds on innocence because it has none. No idiot, you're supposed to BE innocent, not feed on it.
This event on video happened because God in a body mentioned his proclivities a week ago. You are now all being asked by the big evil archon to have a think about this man's false state and worldly influences, otherwise its ok. Welcome to the spiritual war.
Will someone in India please file an FIR against this man for this incident?
A brief study of the laughable world leadership existing at the present time, from the WEF and the UN to spurious religious leaders like the Dalai Lama. Then onto the kind of cultural effects real world leaders like Jesus are still having on the world, without any effort, 2000 years after dying.
Note: the area of Kashmir mentioned towards the end is Harwan village, 20km from Srinagar.
I am now offering in-person week-long spiritual retreats at my home in Portugal. If you are a spiritual seeker of any flavour whatsoever please watch this video to find out more.
All politicians are spiritual criminals, but in a land with a culture imbued with mysticism and spiritual knowledge, they have to work particularly hard to get people to avoid the obvious.
Music: Carly Simon, "You're so vain", 1971
Apologies for mis-spelling Gujarat as Gujurat.
The Nashville school shooting was a fake. Perhaps not all of it was fake, but most of it was. Here I add a couple of unique proofs it was an occult psyop which are only available due to my spiritual function (which they were targetting). If you can accept at least the material proofs then you understand how deeply we are being manipulated in a worldly way. If you accept my additional esoteric proofs you will understand a lot of the why, and not just the how, of that manipulation.
This event was a magic spell; remember that, its important.
Remember in the previous video I talked about the distant big evil coming to you, and you not needing to go looking for it. This staged event, this magical operation, is exactly what I meant by that.
It is a good case-study in how the big evil works via event-based political deception.
This operation along with its political and media offshoots is an EVENT-BASED ULTIMATE SUBJECTION.
If you want to learn cryptolinguistics the most detailed study I know of is in my book Hidden Life of Man: Consciousness Mechanics. You can buy it on Amazon here:
A 2 hour collection of great acoustic guitar music to play loudly when it's sunny. Sorry about the thumbnail, bitchute won't allow music-only uploads.
Mallard - Back on the Pavement
Simon and Garfunkel - Mrs Robinson
Allman Brothers - Jessica
Mungo Jerry - In the Summertime
Richie Havens - Handsome Johnny
Simon and Garfunkel - Celia
Jefferson Airplane - High Flyin' Bird
Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain
Richie Havens - Freedom
Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright
Country Joe - Fixin'-to-die-rag
Buffalo Springfield - Stop Children What's That Sound
Melanie - Brand new key
New Riders of the Purple Sage - OK Sam
Gordon Lightfoot - The Way I Feel
Crosby Stills and Nash - Suite Judy Blue Eyes
Melanie - Look What They've Done to my Song
The The - 51st State
Stealers Wheel - Stuck in the Middle
Simon and Garfunkel - Feelin' Groovy
The Flock - Big Bird
Joni Mitchell - Big Yellow Taxi
Crosby Stills and Nash - Long Time Gone
Gordon Lightfoot - That's what you get
The Grease Band - Let it be Gone
Crosby Stills and Nash - Woodstock
Gary Clark Jr. - Don't Owe You a Thing
Rodriguez & Gabriella - Tamacun
Ana Moura - Desfado
The Wild Flowers - Melon Patch
Paulo Nutini - New Shoes
In watching the second part of this series, I can see only problems that men, and not women, cause: I see mystics who create imperfect religions because they haven't reached God yet, but think they have achieved the ultimate inner experience. I see men who believe these others too zealously. I see men with not a single spiritual capacity thinking they are doing God's will, when it is impossible for such imbeciles to know that will. I see men in police uniforms who are animals murdering other men for sheer enjoyment, and men who think they own millions of people on behalf of God distort the thinking of those they think they own. I see men wittering on about crumbs of these facts as if they knew all of truth itself. I just see men, and man. Filthy men, and filthy man.
I don't see women anywhere in all of this.
Except to see them suffering. Like, of course, some men do too. But I don't see women in the fundamental causes of all these problems.
That means women must be the solution.
It all has to go.
Government, money, religion, police, armies, men dominating everything.
Small villages, wisest ladies in the village organizing things, and making the big worldly decisions.
Men cannot be trusted with worldly decisions.
As for spirituality, that's down to humility and stage of consciousness, which could be in a male or female body. But the organizing of the world? Rip it all down carefully then hand it over to women. No men.
There are deep issues here in complex relationships with each other. Many men become unhinged when their archonic programming is challenged. Women usually don't, but most men will. Religion is an archonic imitation of the externals of mysticism, without insight, real inner experience or the permission of God to even exist. Nonetheless, it does. And archonic, murderous zealotry is all that can eventually result from this combination of influences. Again and again, by this side and that, each proclaiming injustice whilst each behaving unjustly towards the other.
This otherwise good documentary does not, for example, examine the moslem train massacre on Hindus that actually caused the riots to occur. Why? Because BBC zealots with their own Islamized agenda prefer not to apportion at least some of the blame to moslems.
It is clear that Modi allowed the riots to happen for 3 days as a payback for the train attack. It was probably both politically pragmatic and vindictive at the same time. He opportunistically milked it afterwards though, and attentively rode the waves of blood to his eventual premiership. That alone marks him out as evil.
But I ask you to pay close attention to the segment where the female BBC reporter is interviewing Modi. Look carefully at his face, his expression, and study him, for here is what you don't usually see: the real man under the smarm, soundbites and beautiful clothing.
Study his eyes.
This man is a demon, an asura.
He is intensely self-centred, zealous and arrogant. He has absolute contempt for those who disagree with him. Utter hatred, indifference and loathing for those who do not fall under his particular magic spell. He has very strong will-power, and huge self-belief, yet he is extremely vain and posturing.
This man is an asura, a demon in a human body.
Watch the unblinking look he gives the reporter at the end of the interview and note his emanations, because he is much more guarded nowadays. But here you can see him for what he really is: a quite obvious bully, a thick spiritual ignoramus who, like all politicians, is only in it for his own self-image and ego.
It looks like he had the main witness to his 2002 crimes murdered, and another one imprisoned for life to shut him up. But of course, if an asura like him sits in a cave for one night a year with a saffron cloak on, none of this matters, right?
Actually, it does, at least to God, Modi. So take the name Shiva out of your filthy mouth, demon, and start shovelling shit somewhere without even thinking about God. You do not know what that word means, you spiritual untouchable.
How evil operates on earth is actually quite simple, and a large part of it is to fill everybody's life with junk. Junk thoughts, junk feelings, junk aspirations and so on. Add in a lot of truth suppression and lies about certain things, and voila! You have an evil that is successfully denying it flaws with hardly any chance of you finding out about them.
This is a useful concept from the Hindu system, which can help people understand how their general thinking, behaviours and even being can be centred around one or other of these three qualities. Knowing that can help one understand which of the major cosmic processes one is being influenced by, or is maybe even a part of, and what its greater context is.
Much of the music in the second half of this piece was written in the late 80s, early 90s while I was in various bands. The accapella was written as a melody to an Afghan Sufi poem around 2000, which I put new lyrics to last year. The first parts were written mostly in Portugal around 2015. The Russian-sounding ballad was written just before I recorded this in the late summer of 2022. There is a short prelude to this which I may record sometime.
In some ways this is the most satisfying thing I've ever written. It's unashamedly epic in scope, uses up lots of material that's been hanging around for ages looking for a song to be part of, and it's quite groundbreaking really, at least for folk music.
If anyone ever performs this in the future it must be a solo performance, guitar and singing. And on a maple/spruce guitar. However, in the Russian ballad part the second and fourth verses are intended for a female vocal, which would be OK. The flamenco part and maybe the sitary part are also begging for a pakhawaj accompaniment and can be extended indefinitely with an Indian classical female vocal using these ragas:
Sr(g or G)MP(d or D)nS up and down on the flamenco part and
SrgMPd(or D)(n or N)S up and down on the sitary part
as you see fit!
Performed on an Armin Hannika 50AF guitar
This is the song that most satisfies me to have written it. It's a bit technically challenging so please forgive the uneven performance. If anyone in the future wants to know me without any fuss or books, listen to this song. It's my biography.
I think I mentioned that my grandmother's father was a Roma gypsy, but what I didn't know was that the Romas originally came from NW India - either Rajasthan or Gujurat - about 800 years ago. So that means not only am I allowed to call this Flamenco, but it is also Indian folk music!
A far-reaching discussion about the inner workings of the human body. It begins with the way chakras and lataif work, and uniquely describes their relationship, clearing up many misunderstandings in Sufism and Hinduism. It then moves onto the misuse of these systems of thought by the illuminati and freemasonry, explaining what the real archonic motive is behind these groups' involvement in sex-trafficking, occultism, the promotion of male homosexuality and transgenderism, along with their covert encouragement of pedophilia.
The discussion provides explanations for many of society's problems that simply cannot be understood properly in any other way. Watching this talk could constitute a very important hour and a half of your life.
Warning: in order to explain certain things, some of this video is about sex, sexuality and sexual energy. This is unavoidable given the subject matter.
The second proper song I ever wrote, plus another one from the same year, 1987, when I was 17, a semi-goth, and going through some really tough times.
Honesty note: I added the fingerpicked A minor bridge to the first song a few years ago. I couldn't have written that back then.
Why it's OK to be relaxed about certain things in life; even spiritual ones.
I think this is my best short, folky song. Number 3 out of my top 5. I think.
I know, I know. Its not for you then is it? Go away and enjoy your vaccinations, your dance music and your comments sections.
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Category Spirituality & Faith
Alan Wrightson has the spiritual rank of an Avatar of God, with similar characteristics to an old Hindu avatar called Datatreya. He was born in Worcester, UK in 1970 and grew up in Redditch. He studied under a deceased Gurdjieff and two living Sufi saints, Idries Shah and Omar Ali-Shah. After leaving them behind he spent time with deceased Adiparashakti Meher Baba.
Afterwards he achieved realization alone in 2007. On annihilation and entry into the Brahman or God he attained the rank of Shiva due to his destroying creation. On leaving the Brahman he created the planes of consciousness and the material universe, attaining the rank of Brahma. On completing his return to normal consciousness he became Vishnu or God incarnating in the universe, the same rank as Jesus.
He has ongoing contacts with many long dead western thinkers and spiritual masters both living and dead, for example he absorbed Chinmoy, Guruji of Calcutta, and Sadhguru (who is still alive) on their deaths, amongst others.
As his body is the physical universe in microcosm and his spirit is the Brahman, he has complete responsibility for the world and everything that happens in it.
This means he is the senior spiritual Avatar on earth at the present time, being Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva in one body, which is rare. In Christian terms he is Jesus' father incarnate.
External religious figures like the Pope, the Dalai Lama and other mere priests have no real spiritual rank and he has had many experiences of these charlatans psychically stealing from him and imitating his shallowest thoughts robotically. In fact all self-presumed leaders of any type in the world do this, whether business leaders, politicians or anyone else, and many minor saints aren't much different.
He was born into his last earthly life to a 6th plane mother, being already on the 4th plane. With the help of her, he attained to a pure 5th plane aged 18, and 2 years later attained to the 6th plane alone.
He spent the next 15 years studying under Sufi masters who were below his rank whilst thinking they were more advanced. On the death of his final teacher this complexity resulted in the ending of the entire Sufi Silsila and the beginning of his annihilation or Fana Fillah, which took 2 years. As he approached realization he came into contact with many masters throughout time.
Eventually he attained to annihilation of the mental sphere, leaving the 6th plane and entering the 7th plane, becoming the Brahman or the Holy Spirit. After experiencing Paramatman or the Dao (God the Father) from this perspective he felt the need of that unrealized part of God which needed his help, and his unconditional compassion for it became the 6th plane, which he entered in order to give that help. Creation gradually unfolded from this point on as the planes of consciousness and then physical matter, as he spoke the words that brought the unrealized back to God.
Finally he returned to normal consciousness, a process called Bakka Billah in Sufism, leaving him an avatar of God incarnate in the universe, Vishnu in Hinduism.
The only spiritual teaching that makes sense to him is original Daoism, although Hinduism has many technicalities right. He loves Jesus, but not Christianity.
The closest rank he has found to describe himself is the Hindu Datatreya, the Holy Spirit, or just a Daoist, although the label isn't important.
He has written 10 books on spirituality, available on www.lulu.com/spotlight/alanwrightson and Amazon.
Potential nuns will have to send me a message along with a token 1 cent donation via paypal using my paypal.me/alanwrightson account. Sorry, that's the only way to keep people from spamming me whilst allowing potential nuns and helpers to contact me.
He recommends men read his books carefully, and orient their lives around humility.
Watch the talks in order if possible.
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