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El Morya’s musical keynote, capturing the frequencies of his [[Electronic Presence]], was set forth in part by Sir Edward Elgar in his “Pomp and Circumstance.” His flowers are the blue rose and the forget-me-not, and his fragrance is sandalwood.
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El Morya’s musical [[keynote]], capturing the frequencies of his [[Electronic Presence]], was set forth in part by Sir Edward Elgar in his “Pomp and Circumstance.” His flowers are the blue rose and the forget-me-not, and his fragrance is sandalwood.

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El Morya’s musical [[keynote]], capturing the frequencies of his [[Electronic Presence]], was set forth in part by Sir Edward Elgar in his “Pomp and Circumstance.” His flowers are the blue rose and the forget-me-not, and his fragrance is sandalwood.
TranslationEl Morya’s musical [[keynote]], capturing the frequencies of his [[Electronic Presence]], was set forth in part by Sir Edward Elgar in his “Pomp and Circumstance.” His flowers are the blue rose and the forget-me-not, and his fragrance is sandalwood.

El Morya’s musical keynote, capturing the frequencies of his Electronic Presence, was set forth in part by Sir Edward Elgar in his “Pomp and Circumstance.” His flowers are the blue rose and the forget-me-not, and his fragrance is sandalwood.