"Majestic" as written by and Geordie Walker Paul Raven....
Initiate wakey, wakey!

Accelerated eco-meltdown, no-one gives a damn
Keep everyone in debt while the big banks own their land
Orwellian, Machiavellian, Hegelian dialectic
World management has come, and it's to be expected

You cannot tell the people (But some of us have guessed it)
Every day is a blessing, I feel the best yet
Majestic yes I feel fantastic

War of the worlds again, a necessary lie
Psychological operations show they were right
Religious institutions and the general status quo
Economy and infrastructure - all of it will go

You cannot tell the people(But some of us have guessed it)
Every day is a blessing, I feel the best yet
Majestic yes I feel fantastic

Black triangles flashing red white and blue
Aliens(or disinformation) yes it is true
Contacts been established with critters from the stars
The surface of the earth will soon resemble mars

You cannot tell the people (But some of us have guessed it)
Every day is a blessing, I feel the best yet
Majestic yes I feel fantastic
Just like magic
Yes I feel fantastic


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"Majestic" as written by Paul Raven Geordie Walker

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    General CommentThis song describes happiness in its purest form. The pure happiness has nothing in common with relationships and stuff. It's like "the world tries to bring me down, but screw it, I got the greatest gift - LIFE - and I feel fantastic".
    Sapromindon August 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWith all the Crowley infuence, "magic" is no throwaway mention. And there's no way a band of Rosicrucians would use the word "initiate" to mean anything other than an esoteric initiation process. So "wakey wakey" refers to magical awakening.

    The world is gearing up to explode all around them, but hidden knowledge has changed their world view. They've learnt stuff the muggles have no handle on whatsoever, and can enjoy the fireworks instead of panicking. "You cannot tell the people, but some of us have guessed it..."
    squidnesson June 19, 2012   Link

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