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The Church, the Storm and the Traveler

You took refuge in an old church, waiting for the storm to pass. But the storm has passed now, and you are still there, absorbed by the spirituality of the place. Time stands still.

Published on December 21st, 2020

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  The memory. The thunder. A lost time, in space, in place. The memories stay.

  I heard such sounds during my near-death experience when I believed that I was dead and my spirit tended to be reborn as a deva in the Brahmapāriṣadya realm. Thank God I'm alive, and I'm an Eastern Orthodox Christian now.

  no se si es normal llorar con estos sonidos

  You are wandering through London on a rainy day. You come upon a grand old cathedral. In the ground at your feet is a stairwell, leading down into the dark. You walk down the steps into a large, candlelit cavern, water dripping from the stalactites above. There is a river flowing alongside you. You can hear the songs coming from the cathedral's service. You think about life's great mysteries.

  This is one amazing generator here. I combined this with “Narvik” from battlefield 5 as someone have commented earlier to try so. Spectacular ambience, you might want to try it yourself!! [Nitin]

  This is lovely and haunting and perfect for nighttime reading.

  Play this with the song “Narvik” by Johan Söderqvist and Patrik Andrén from the Battlefield 5 Soundtrack. POV: You’re actually a British infantryman that deserted from the Battle of the Somme, and you find refuge in an abandoned church in no-man’s land. The grime on the walls of the cathedral from months of chemical warfare stain your trench coat as you collapse against the corner. You cry.

  Your site never fails to amaze me. This is the spaceship music oh so suitable and interactively speaking wonderous. Forgive the delay in next donation. It is forthcoming coming. For now this helps take me away from the never ending thoughts of what ifs that make this road to dystopia a most challenging one.

  This is beautiful.

  Rain seeps through your clothing, the cold burrowing itself deep in your bones and for a moment you wonder if this is how they feel; these long forgotten remnants that were locked away, deep down in the catacombs of this abandoned church. You feel them watching you through hollowed sockets, polished bones and granite angels both keeping vigil to the sound of the whispering walls.

  This actually makes me think the church is a facade, and it's hiding something much darker. The traveler discovered it, and is now a prisoner there...

  Wow you left me speechless, especially the description which you wrote. Chills! And bliss!

  This is such a cool gen! Every time I shuffle I get something that absolutely rules. It'll also work wonderfully for D&D ambiance :)

  I have tried much to make a composite generator ... seems like I don't get the hang of it ... but this one ... it's just too good .... so soothing and relaxing ...

  The demon dispatched, Sam and Dean have given chase to the others. Within the church the only things that remain are the protective circle scrawled on the floor and the scorched silhouette of the angel's outstretched wings. Inside the circle we must dwell until sunrise.

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