I’ve posted God’s Cricket Chorus before but I’ve had so many requests to repost it that I do here. When the sounds of the cricket’s chirping is slowed down, it resembles the sound we might attribute to a chorus of angels. The story of the production appears below my own notes.
Jim Wilson & David Carson – God’s Cricket Chorus (1992).
I do want to add one personal reflection to it. After I experienced my vision in 1987, I remained in bliss for three days. Bliss makes it easy to see things that we might not have seen before.
I recall walking around Vancouver looking at trees, flowers, and the seashore and seeing one metaphor after another of life’s purpose and process. For instance, the trees raise their arms to God as if in adoration. The leaves fall off but the tree never dies (just as the bodies fall off but the soul never dies). The generative process reflects the three levels of reality: Father, Mother, and Child of God. The swirls of the flowers resemble the spiraled arc like the way in which the soul’s journey appeared to me. The metaphors were all around.
So I’m not surprised to hear that a cricket’s chirp, when slowed down, sounds like a chorus of angels.
The story behind GOD’S CRICKETS.
This unusual recording contains two tracks:
1. the natural sound of crickets chirping
2. the sound of the crickets slowed down to match and mirror the length of the average lifespan of a human being.
The angelic chorus you hear accompanying the sound of the crickets is NOT a synthesizer or a chorus singing. It’s the crickets themselves (slowed down) creating the effect. Really an amazing thing they’ve accomplished here. This recording can be played continuously in the background to create a natural soothing atmosphere for calming and healing.
This recording has been created by Jim Wilson.
This recording is an extended digitally remixed and mastered version taken from the original 1992 recording entitled “Ballad of the Twisted Hair” from the album “Medicine Songs” by David Carson and Little Wolf Band produced by Jim Wilson and released on Raven Records.