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Richard C. Hoagland (Former Science Advisor to Walter Cronkite) and his organization, The Enterprise Mission, have been studying the possibility of past intelligent life in our solar system for over two decades. Remember the face on Mars picture from the 1970’s? Richard is the leading expert on that issue and all of the interesting anomalies found on Mars. Check out www.enterprisemission.com for articles galore on this subject and more. Don’t miss the glass tunnels…….

Richard’s latest series of work deals with the recent NASA Cassini Spacecraft images of a moon of Saturn—Iapetus—which apparently is not what it seems. There is a very detailed six-page article on Richard’s fascinating hypothesis. Do I believe it? I’m not sure—but the evidence is striking.

So it inspired me to write a song based on Richard’s work.

This is a demo, this is only a demo.
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Red in your sky. Living on the fourth, from what you call the Sun.
We were doomed, we were through, we knew…our fate with the great sky fire headed for our one.
Technology and fullerenes—you shoulda seen us build our Rome.
A new moon, a new place, in space…building...designing…creating our new home

Iapetus……….our home away from home.

My father was on the team that built the 15-mile wall.
But you discovered the ring—reinforcing this thing, together, forever—away from it all.
Our lives were at stake—we sent us to bake—to the third from the Sun.
Eons it seemed—to build our new dream, we were away—leaving for the ringed one.

Iapetus……….our home away from home.
Iapetus……….our home away from home.

We seeded you. We seeded you.
Here
We seeded you. We seeded you.
Here.

They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
Looking in the sky for you.

We’re not like them all—we circle it far—very strange indeed.
A glorious place. Our view from space. The rings, oh the rings, they set me free.
Tetrahedral molecules and nanotubes—fall apart—after a billion years.
Glaring at you—the Ying and the Yang—finally, yes finally you see us up here.

We seeded you. We seeded you
With the spheres.
We seeded you. We seeded you
With the spheres.

They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
Looking in the sky for you.

They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
They got the eyes—The Enterprise.
Looking in the sky for you.

Iapetus……….our home away from home.
Iapetus……….our home away from home.
Iapetus……….our home away from home.
Iapetus……….our home away, our home away, our home away
From home.
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Uploaded: Sep 19, 2005 - 10:15:44 PM
Last Updated: Sep 19, 2005 - 07:03:01 PM Last Played: Jun 25, 2019 - 04:13:50 AM
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KineticBends said 5052 days ago (September 20th, 2005)
vocals
i think u need to pull the vocals up a bit
otherwise nice.

Check out my latest song called Tangent Universe
digitalnirvana9 said 4711 days ago (August 27th, 2006)
Good Song
Chris, I think this song is under-rated, but its because of the way it was
techncally produced...If you got a better mic I think people could better
relate, we need more songs like this out there to get people thinking
about how we got here, what OUR responsibilities are to this planet and
how we should learn form past mistakes...Keep it up...Chris...I see a spark
here...it just needs to be better manifested on the material plane, I can
see that things have come together quite nicely on the inner, and there is
a deep soul there...Peace to you my friend, digitalnirvana9/Norman
Check out my latest song called Blues in the Night 2.0
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