Julie Lyonn Lieberman | Arcturus

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Arcturus

by Julie Lyonn Lieberman

The word "akasha" means "cosmic influence." If a star can emit celestial vibrations capable of reaching earth, then orange-red Arcturus (also known as "The Coming One" by the Egyptians) called upon Julie Lyonn Lieberman back in 1983 to compose this music.
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This piece of music was inspired by reading about the Orange-red star, Arcturus. Across time this star has been referred to as "Smat," meaning One Who Rules, and also "Bau" meaning The Coming One. It is considered one of the brightest stars in the northern hemisphere.

In 1936, when the earth and Arcturus rotated into a new relationship, it was thought that this produced "akasha," a high-energy transfer of cosmic influences. Edgar Cayce, the sleeping prophet, often referred to Arcturus as "HIS star." Cayce maintained that when Jesus left earth, his spirit traveled to Arcturus.

Julie Lyonn Lieberman stumbled across this information while conducting research for her book, You Are Your Instrument. She imagined that Arcturus' energy and intense orange light could affect the evolution of any human receptive to its powers. Artists often serve as visionaries and guides. It was her hope that the music inspired by this star might radiate listeners to ecstatic states of being.

Guest Artists: Marty Quinn, percussion; Omar Mesa, guitar; Nancy Chusid, oboe; Steve Browman, piano; Joe Solomon, bass.

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