PAEAN is the harmonic thrum of Angel Song.  

paean (/ˈpən/) is a song or lyric poem expressing triumph or thanksgiving. In classical antiquity, it is usually performed by a chorus, but some examples seem intended for an individual voice (monody). It comes from the Greek παιάν (also παιήων or παιών), "song of triumph, any solemn song or chant." "Paeon" was also the name of a divine physician and an epithet of Apollo.[1]

We are Light Workers, struggling against the dark forces of evil ignorance at work today.
What we do is understandably a dangerous tactic against these forces, and so we shroud ourselves in a 
protective envelope.
But think about this: do you obey God?

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