Everyone has an ODESZA story. What's yours?

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Juan Ramos
7 months

Was sad. They played I listened. Not sad.

Natalie Ngonela
8 months

But you said that you're writing a book on the topic, not so?

Jared Machanic
8 months

That’s not a book lol it’s a peer reviewed research article that’s science haha that relates to odesza

Natalie Ngonela
8 months

A very intruiging philosophical concept of how the material plane can be fathomed through complex geometric shapes. I've heard about this terminology before (æther) because my face is always shoved up in mythological books, especially Greek (do not confise me with fantasy. I'm not really into fantasy.)

In terms of the icosahedron being the element of water, I've heard/seen it quite a substantial amount of times. Really interesting stuff 👍

I'll definitely read your aforementioned book above :)

Jared Machanic
8 months

I love it. Great synchronicities with my own life.

For me, all I can tell you right now is they are Æther. I’m writing a book on the topic of æther, you’ll have to read it. In the meantime, google “æther”. Also read this: https://resonance.is/the-end-of-the-aether/

Natalie Ngonela
8 months

My mom had sent my sister to the shop to buy a few things. For some unknown reason, she doesn't like driving to shops alone, so she begged me to go with her. I said okay and so we drove to the store.

As we were driving, she switched her radio on and blasted "It's Only" through her speakers. That sound. The way the melody flowed with each other so beautifully and yet violently ripped my soul with each passing note didn't sit right with me. Before that day, I hadn't even known there was such a thing as ODESZA. I had to find that song. I had to find the very same people gulity for allowing my conscious to question all reality and what my purpose us in this world. Now I celebrate 3 wonderful years sharing my love with ODESZA. I don't know what it is about them. If it's their music, the way the bass falls so perfectly with every breath you take, or how every note sounds like a slap of fresh air enough to cure my depression or cause it.

All I know is, one trip to the grocery store changed my life forever...