“Meditation to Land” – Soundscape. New Myth #92 by Willi Paul, Mythologist, Planetshifter.com

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“Meditation to Land” – Soundscape. New Myth #92 by Willi Paul, Mythologist, Planetshifter.com

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‘During the Angkorian empire (1113 AD) – when this place was the centre of a vast city of over a million people – the Kingdom extended its rule over huge areas of south-east Asia, over the whole of the Mekong Delta, Laos, Burma, Thailand and Malaysia. What’s so eerie about Angkor Wat now is that it stands alone, with none of the immense wooden city which once surrounded it. All we have left are the stone cloisters, galleries and temples that served the empire’s religious purpose. There is no record anymore of the places where people actually lived and pursued their everyday lives. Just constant, monolithic stone structures dedicated to a purely religious purpose.’

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