hi, i was "inspired" to do this video for a long time but only get to work on it lately. thought of sharing it with all of you, especially to the wanderers...
a visual poem of planet earth and the universe. what is it like beyond planet earth? do we really think that only mankind exist in the infinite universe?
thanks for your kind comments and thanks to the moderator for putting this post up.
i was thinking how to be of service and help awaken the masses in non-intrusive ways and this is one inspiration i have.
i am hoping that people, especially the masses, who watch it will start to question if there is something more out there. perhaps evoke an unexplainable stirring within them - just like wanderers often look into the stars in the night sky and long for home.
therefore it is my wish to get this video out to as many people as possible and any help is appreciated. i figure if some amateur videos can get millions of hits on youtube, the same potential to have a gentle nudging on people to look within is possible. there are some little doubts that i have but then again, i have made it and put it up. now i leave the rest to the universe.
hi raeal i really enjoyed watching your utube space sonata video. i'll tell my friends and family to go watch it too. thanks for sharing it. i really think most if not all people in america and europe today, if they watch tv or movies at all, believe in life in outer space. look at the popularity of the x files! we know something is there. we just don't know how to make contact. i never realized until reading david wilcock's articles that anyone can make contact simply by calling out from the heart. sort of "phone home:, eh? jaxinco
spaced out sonata
beautiful job. glad you directed us to it. i'm still trying to figure out
the hybrid instrument combo...electronically augmented sonatina?
best of all worlds! billy bob
thanks for the encouragement, mates.
that is a royalty free music that i paid for - the famous moonlight sonata by beethoven. i was originally thinking of using the piano solo version but i stumbled across this electric guitar version which i thought lends to the sci-fi feel. something unique. i felt the music producer, marc pattison is actually very talented.
although the video is hosted on youtube (for the widest possible reach), i took great care to make sure that all pictures are publicly released by nasa, esa and others (i.e. public domain). so this is original work and nothing is illegal. i actually run a business in video production and web design. a little background trivia, i took 5 days to edit this video (about 50 - 100 edits) to get all the timings perfect and synchronised.
hope more people will enjoy this.
verryyy awsome video (sonata) =]