Many artists and musicians draw their inspiration from the etheric realms while others use psychedelic drugs for incentive. Some use both. Jimi Hendrix’s music embeds some intriguing prophecies which we will explore.
Being an avid reader of science fiction and such, it is highly likely that the recent and ready availability of Edgar Cayce On Atlantis was the inspiration for Jimi Hendrix’ Valleys of Neptune. Jimi recorded this original song sometime in early 1969 (with Chiron in Pisces). He intended the song to be the title cut for a concept album, complete with his own completed painting of the Valleys of Neptune for the cover. (12” x 12” LP artwork was very important to creative recording artists of the era, including Hendrix.) The song was not released until March 9, 2010, with Chiron again in Pisces. This 27-year-old widely acknowledged guitar master died 9/8/70, drowned by his own vomit after passing out, having drunk too much red wine. Three comments are in order here. First, know that mythic Chiron was a magically enchanting musician on a stringed instrument called a “kithara.” Later, a similar stringed instrument would be called “gitara,” the origin of the word “guitar,” or colloquially, “gitar.” Chiron rocks! Second, I find it Chironic that Hendrix, so aware of the flooding of Atlantis, would die from drowning. Third, and most important, Chiron-inspired Hendrix advised, “Better save your soul while you can! — Valleys of Neptune are risin’, risin’”
From the “The Inner World of Jimi Hendrix” by Monika
Dannermann ISBN 0-312-137-389
“But like the solar system is going through a change soon and is going to affect the Earth in about 30 years, you know; I am talking about the Earth itself.” (San Diego Free Press, June 1969)
In the last days of his life, Jimi told me about a strong belief that he held, and took a writing pad, to illustrate more clearly what he meant.