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Song Released: 1991


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Wise man said
Just walk this way
To the dawn of the light
The wind will blow
Into your face
As the years pass you by
Hear this voice
From deep inside
It's the call of your heart
Close your eyes
And you will find
The passage out of...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 27th, 2011 11:14pm report


    Hes aking god to send him angel because he is lost in the world of satan "morning star".



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    anonymous
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    Jun 25th, 2019 6:56pm report


    This song is deceptively Satanic. When the song tells you

    "Hear this voice
    From deep inside
    It's the call of your heart"

    It is telling you to listen to your own desires over that of God the Father and Jesus Christ.

    The "Dawn of the light" it refers to is the dawning of the new age, age of Aquarius, the return of the days of Noah.

    Reach out for the spell refers to witchcraft which is forbidden by God.

    But the most damming line is

    "Find the door to the promised land
    Just believe in yourself"

    The door to the "Promised Land" is alluding to the path to eternal life which is ONLY reachable to those who believe in Jesus Christ. Those who accept Christ and believe in his resurrection and who keep his commandments.

    This song is a subtle deception to fool lukewarm and under educated Christians into singing along with lyrics that will introduce thoughts of "believe in yourself" and "listen to your heart." It should be Believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and listen to the word of God.

    The Morning Star in the Bible is actually Jesus Christ. (2 Peter:19 and Revelation 22:16) The title has been co-opted by Satan through bad Bible translations and other forms of media. It began as a mistranslation of Isiah 14:12. It should read Lucifer son of the morning. NOT Morning Star. So the singer is in the land of Jesus, The Morning Star asking for an angel. An angel that teaches you to follow your heart instead of the Lord. A fallen angel. Lucifer.

    This song amounts to nothing more than a subtle way to subconsciously transmit the "Do what thou wilt" teachings of Aleister Crowley to unsuspecting weak Christians.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 10th, 2019 3:49pm report


    Can someone just ask klaus what it means since he wrote the song



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    anonymous
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    Sep 23rd, 2017 9:53pm report


    We are all born as sinners into a world of sin.
    This song tells you life will pass you by but if you listen carefully to the call of your heart it will tell you to seek God. We are all lost in the land of the 'morning star'(Satan, if you will) This song acknowledges all this and cries out for an angel to save us. Close your eyes an listen carefully to the words of this song. It is very moving and spiritual.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 20th, 2017 3:48am report


    https://thatmixtapewillrock.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/the-story-of-scorpions-beautiful-ballad-send-me-an-angel/




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