Sleep, sleep, my little one; adrift in your replica solar ark, sweet dreams carry you closer to the western lands; and while you're at it, I'll just slip this lovely little ruby-colored ten-inch record onto your baby turntable and let it whisper Rosicrucian knowledge into your shell-like tiny ears.
One of my all-time fave ten-inchers, this one is loaded up with phrases you'll be repeating for some time. Many of the recordings that came out in the early 1960's from San Jose's Rosicrucian Temple are still in print and available from them in some fashion, but I imagine that this one is a little hard to find. Perusing the entire recording will give one a capsule description of some basic tenets of Rosicrucianism; their concepts of Universe, Prayer and Deity itself are superficially presented here to linger in a sleepy child's ear. All this and a large slice of particularly sepulchural organ music on delicious red vinyl have kept this ep around when many others had to go away in my last two moves. It is indeed a mighty strange thing to want to have on mp3, but I imagine that producer/sampler/cut-up monkeys like me as well as peculiar and bold DJs will hear something on this disc to use and love. Those of you like me who are big fans of all things Ancient Egypt-related will also enjoy visiting the Rosicrucian Museum and Temple in San Jose, California, although it can't compare with the fantastic collection of mummies and things in the Vatican Museum in Rome - so visit both if you get the chance!
Their other records made contemporary to this one (and for adults, as this appears to be their only Child Guidance disc) have delerious titles like At One-Ness With the Infinite; a record of music played in their temples around the world, such as: Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life, and the ritualistic Colombes' march, Secreto Eterno; and of course the essential platter of: Sanctum Rituals and Exercises.