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The sad story behind Auld Lang Syne



The sad story behind Auld Lang Syne



The familiar tune of Auld Lang Syne during graduation ceremonies and various festivities, yet there remains an accurate depiction of the origin of this song. It is generally believed that it is written by Scottish poet Robert Burns in the 18th century, where the lyrics were collected by local folks and the melody was later added to form this famous piece of music.

How and where from did the Scottish folks collect these ancient lyrics then?


There is a theory within the realms of occultism that claims the tune of Auld Lang Syne is related to the sunken continent of Lemuria around 12,000 years ago.

It is said that Lemurians and Atlantisians ceased fire after a long war at the time. The war greatly damaged Lemuria. Their priest foresee that the continent of Lemuria would soon be engulfed by the sea, therefore some Lemurian brought their holy fire and moved to the underworld city of Telos, located underneath Mount Shasta in  California nowadays. Others moved to Atlantis and other unharmed continents while some move back to the fifth dimension where Lemurian originated from.

However, many Lemurians did not have the option or ability to leave. With the sea level rising, their priest returned to the continent and divided the remaining Lemurians into groups. The priest led his fellow people to sing songs to calm their fear, whilst releasing energy to ease their stress.

The Lemurians sang until the sea covered the priest and the continent then sunk under the sea.

Some of the surviving Lemurians later passed the songs down the generations, which was then spread to the Scottish and the Irish. That is the Auld Lang Syne we are familiar with today.


Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And never brought to mind?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And auld lang syne?


Auld Lang Syne As by Dougie MacLean


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