“Goddess Earth, oh you the Mother of Blissful Gods and mortal men, that you feed and give everything, that you carry through with ripening of fruits and kill everything, that you help with the increase and production of fruits and you are full of beautiful seasons. You are the throne of the Immortal World, multi-diverse daughter, which you carry in your womb polymorphous fruit with postpartum pains, immortal, multi-venerable with deep chest, with the happy fate that you enjoy in the sweet mist grasses, you the Goddess in many flowers. You are in joy with the rains and around you rotates a multiple world of stars that moves from constantly flowing nature and strong currents. But you, the Blissful Goddess, may you increase the fruits that give us much pleasure and may you have a friendly heart, together with happy seasons.” – Orphic Hymn to Earth -
Through archetypal sounds, primordial dances and paradoxical myths Harry Elektron & Somewhere Litsa wake up Mother Earth and drift into its everlasting rhythm. The Goddess reveals the mystery of existence, knitting it as a web between matter and spirit. The grandeur of Nature spreads in front of them. They hear Mother Earth's moans deep inside Her. The weakness of existence is present, and the impatience in the favor of Her is increasing. Four rotations in Her ritual dance and life is born and recycled.