#eternalflame

A love so powerful, an eternal flame meeting the seat of one soul. A home that carries a heart beat. A sense of belong in a place you never knew you wanted, even in the yearning, but somehow needed, resolution, completion, evolution in love.

A new dance in joy, begins...

Lover's don't finally meet somewhere, they are in each other all along. ~ Rumi

Bless all those in divine relationship, a beautiful world is your's to dream in! One's aligned with the one heart of compassionate service and love! Those who have the needed gifts and talents, will act as God's emissaries, to uplift and transform the frequencies of life on God's Mother Earth.

November 30, 2021 through the December 4th eclipse and on through December 17, 2021. Historical magical manifestation. Expect miracles! God won!!!!!!

Special Thanks to Janis y Zoé, a beautiful inspiring couple.

2 months ago

"Eternal Flame" is a song recorded by American pop rock group the Bangles for their 1988 album Everything. The song was written by group member Susanna Hoffs with the established hit songwriting team of Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. Upon its 1989 single release, "Eternal Flame" became a number-one hit in nine countries, including Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Since its release, it has been covered by many musical artists, including Australian boy band Human Nature, who reached the Australian top 10 with their version, and British girl group Atomic Kitten, who topped four national charts with their rendition.

Two of the song's three writers, Tom Kelly and Susanna Hoffs, had met via the Bangles' October 30, 1986, concert at the Avalon Hollywood (then the Palace). Kelly attended the concert and backstage met the group's members. This led to Hoffs writing songs with Kelly and his regular songwriting partner Billy Steinberg, an experience she found interesting contrast to her usual songwriting habits. Hoffs would develop lyrics based on a melody she worked out while playing around with a guitar, while Kelly and Steinberg would start with a lyrical idea and write music to fit it.

The focal metaphor of "Eternal Flame" was suggested by two eternal flames: one at the gravesite of Elvis Presley at Graceland, where the Bangles had been given a private tour. Hoffs said, "we were taken out to the Garden of Memories, and there was this little box which was supposed to have a lit flame in it, an eternal flame. Actually, that day it was raining so the flame was not on"—and one at a local synagogue in Palm Springs which Steinberg attended as a child. Steinberg explained, "Susanna was talking about the Bangles having visited Graceland, and she said there was some type of shrine to Elvis that included some kind of eternal flame. As soon as those words were mentioned, I immediately thought of the synagogue in the town of Palm Springs, California where I grew up. I remember during our Sunday school class they would walk us through the sanctuary. There was one little red light and they told us it was called the eternal flame."

The Bangles are an American pop rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The band recorded several singles that reached the U.S. top 10 during the 1980s, including "Manic Monday" (1986), "Walk Like an Egyptian" (1986), "Hazy Shade of Winter" (1987), "In Your Room" (1988), and "Eternal Flame" (1989).

The band's classic lineup consisted of founding members Susanna Hoffs (guitar and vocals), Debbi Peterson (drums and vocals) and Vicki Peterson (guitar and vocals) with Michael Steele (bass and vocals).

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7 months, 1 week ago