"Lemuria" as written by Christofer Jan Johnsson and Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson....
[Lyrics by Thomas Karlsson]
[Music by Christofer Johnsson]

In the ocean, deep down
Under raging waves, wrapped in memories, you'll find
Wrecks of stately ships, they all went astray

Captain, did you find
Land of Mu, Eldorado for the seaman?
Or did you sink in dreams (and) lose your ship
In the Sirens' symphony?

When the sailman's sailing away
He shows that the dream of Lemuria is true
A land lost he will find again
Hear the call from the depth of the anemone song
Do you dare to enter the ship?
Hear the call from below of an underwater world
Land of Mu is close to the stars
In the arms of the sea you will live as hypnotized

Call of Narayana, the seven-headed on
Lemuria, rise!

When the sailman's sailing away
He shows that the dream of Lemuria is true
A land lost he will find again
Hear the call from the depth of the anemone song
Do you dare to enter the ship?
Hear the call from below of an underwater world
Land of Mu is close to the stars
In the arms of the sea you will live as hypnotized


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"Lemuria" as written by Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson Christofer Jan Johnsson

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  • +1
    General CommentLemuria is a lost island in the Indian Ocean similar to Atlantis that occultist writers have adopted for one reason or another.
    unfashionedon September 21, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment^ In popular belief, Lemuria was believed to have existed in ancient times but sank beneath the ocean as a result of cataclysm. However, geologists regard this as impossible.
    Lateralus518on September 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti feel that with all of the draconian influence on Therion's works, that they are using it to refer to them in stages of life, trying to find something that might not be there just to get a taste of perfection, and Lemuria is different from Atlantis mainly because, it was commonly believed to be a trap for seamen specifically.
    pinkbunny713on August 28, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSo hypnotic...
    Bleachfananon2on March 11, 2015   Link
  • -2
    General CommentTherion ROX, this is one of my favorite songs by them, not shure what it's about though.
    chevellefan11on February 19, 2006   Link
  • -2
    General CommentTherion ROX, this is one of my favorite songs by them, not shure what it's about though.
    chevellefan11on February 19, 2006   Link

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