Is “Dorime Ameno” An Occultic Song From The Kingdom Of Darkness? (See This)

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Is “Dorime Ameno” An Occultic Song From The Kingdom Of Darkness?.

Is “Dorime Ameno” An Occultic Song From The Kingdom Of Darkness?.

Have you played, sang the Ameno song? If YES, then congratulations you’ve been successfully initiated into the Marine Kingdom of Darkness. What if that is the case?

According to Wiki, in June 1996, ‘Ameno’ was released by the French new-age project, E.R.A as a single of their eponymous debut album which dropped the same year and was re-released in 1998.

The track was written by Eric Levi, who put the project together and conceived the idea. The song was influenced by 13th-century doctrines of the French heretics.

The song is a unique brand of chamber music, with a classical orchestra and e thereal choir themes.

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Part lyrics in English means:

“I’ll save you from yourself
From the demons of the night
They promise fame and fortune
All that you eagerly desire.
I’ll save you from yourself
From those voices calling you they say
Sell your soul to Evil
Then you’ll be dancing forever”.

Ameno is presently a soundtrack in Nigerian clubs and churches today. Many claimed it’s a Roman Catholic song. What if it’s a love song to Satan?

For instance, a young Nigerian DJ and hypeman was poisoned to death a couple of days ago by his friends, after playing the Ameno song in a night club. May his soul rest in peace. Be careful with friends!

BUT!

What If “Dorime Ameno” Is An Occultic Song From The Kingdom Of Darkness?

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