Dec 21, 1999 00:17 AM
>Makes me ponder over the power of music.
"Musical harmony also is not destitute of the gifts of the stars; for it is
a most powerful imaginer of all things, which whilst it follows opportunely
the celestial bodies, doth wonderfully allure the celestial influence, and
doth change the affections, intentions, gestures, motions, actions, and
disposition of all the hearers, and doth quietly allure them to its own
properties, as to gladness, lamentation, to boldness, or rest, and the
like; also it allures beasts, serpents, birds, dolphins to the hearing of
its pleasant tunes."
Agrippa: "Three Books of Occult Philosophy"
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