♬ The Prophesy Of Change – Shy-Anne Hovorka’s Songs

♬ @Shyanneleah – Fire [song/music]

The song “Fire” was written by Shy-Anne to honour the Ojibwe prophecy of The 8th Fire. It is on her second album “Pseudo”. The Prophecy says that there will come a time when humanity will have to choose between materialism and the Earth. It will be the Ogithitaa (Warriors of the Rainbow) that will lead the world to the New Beginning. The Elders believe that the Warriors of the Rainbow are the youth of today, from all corners of the world and all cultures. It will be them that remind us how valuable, precious and Fragile the the Earth is.” — from video’s information

Shortened link to video: ♬ @Shyanneleah – Fire [song/music]: http://youtu.be/aO4NmOCjGtQ, http://pear.ly/Ra-H

♬ @Shyanneleah – The Glue [song/music]

Shortened link to video: ♬ @Shyanneleah – The Glue [song/music]: http://youtu.be/Ayg_SkaS504, http://pear.ly/Ra-H

Shortened link to article: ♬ The Prophesy Of Change – Shy-Anne Hovorka’s Songs [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-1kE

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