Harmonics (Opera) and Ancient Pyramids Under the Stars

The Great Pyramid in Egypt is linked by design to Orion and Osiris, and the Mayan Pyramids at Chichen Itza - in which Osiris played the role of Quetzalcoatl. The Chichen Itza file takes us to the Quetzal Bird and the Language of the Birds aka the God Language, which is harmonics.

For me, it connects to the resonances and grid point energies of the Verrazano Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero (9/11). This links to other major grid points around the planet that are indwells and outwells of harmonic energies. At the end of the program - harmonics (mathematics translated into sound) are the keys of course/closure.

Otherworld Harmonics ....Do you remember ... The Final Tones ...

The Fifth Element
-- The Blue Diva on YouTube
It all began in an Egyptian Pyramid.
The Blue Lady (Diva) is actually Isis.

Isis and Horus (Resurrection) - Mary and Jesus (Resurrection)
The Same Souls

Aida is an Arabic female name meaning "visitor" or "returning". It is also an opera in 4 (time, closure) acts by Giuseppe Verdi based on a scenario written by French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. It was first performed at the Khedivial Opera House in Cairo on December 24, 1871.

128 Years later ... October 20, 1999 ... The Giza Plateau

Egypt's New Siren Song: Come to the Land of 'Aida'
New York Times

For six nights a lavish production of ''Aida'' was held beneath the
Great Pyramids featuring arias that soared across the desert sand, all
part of the tale of love, war, power and betrayal in the era of the Pharaohs.

9 years later ... October 4, 2008 ... The Mayan Ruins

The energies focus on 2012, Mayan Calendar prophecies and a consciousness shift.
Time to activate those grid harmonics.

Tenor Placido Domingo's choice of a classical program, peppered with local music, and help from Mexican pianist and crooner Armando Manzanero, appeared to smooth the controversy surrounding his Saturday concert at the Mayan pyramids of Chichen Itza elected one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in a recent Internet poll.

Domingo and Armando Manzanero won a standing ovation for a duet sung partly in Mayan, a love ballad called "Adoro."

The Spanish-born Domingo grew up in Mexico and first performed at the famous Mayan site in 1967, at age 16. Enthusiastic fans in the southern state of Yucatan erupted in applause on Saturday at his "Concert of 1,000 Columns." The singers were dwarfed by the hulking mass of the site's main pyramid, eerily illuminated in red against a black sky. The performance began with Mayan music performed by the Monumental Chorus of the Mayab, accompanied by Indian drums, rousing some 6,000 spectators to their feet. Domingo sang a popular Mariachi song while dressed in traditional costume. He also sang in Italian, French and German.