Flore Benguigui: The Voice of Empress

In His ultimate, infinite wisdom, Allah created humanity and divided the mankind into two genders: male, the physically stronger, even violent, and female, the emotional and rather soft, but equipped with special features, to be able to counter endless male desire for dominance and war, and to protect the offsprings.

Not only her well shaped body, also the female voice is a weapon, able to create an empress from a poor loser girl, corrupting the determinaton of men, persuading them, that she is the special one, seducing them from the path they have chosen, to serve for her interests, to share their resources with her, to secure her sustainable future.

As a young and cute French female singer Flore Benguigui from ‘L’Imperatrice’ band proves, the female voice is a miracle, tempting all men to forget their beliefs, testing their faith and balance. You would miss her on the street, but when she starts playing her big seducing game, using her voice, any man is deeply interested, with his head full of dreams about her, about the love she can allegedly provide to him, fulfilling his secret imaginations.

Islam recommends wisely, to stay away from unrelated women, as any man has its weaknesses, and the women know well, how to exploit them. But for any human, remembering and loving Allah at the first place, always and without any exemption, is the primary concern, in his or her highest interest: it’s the people who leave and disappoint, creating bad feelings of loss from affection, able to launch a chain of negative, even destructive events and experiences.

But Allah, only He is the one who guides, protects, teaches, provides endless Mercy and Compassion, ever accepts Repentance. He is the only one, who deserves worshipping: not a woman or man, regardless how deeply beloved.

Listening to Flore Benguigui’s ultimately alluring, enchanting voice in the song “Parfum Theremine”, both in commerical and acoustic version, anyone realizes, how extremely powerful is Allah Almighty, and how wise is to submit your will to Him fully, to gain ultimate protection, strength, thousands of rewards and advantages only He can provide, making the life an ultimate adventure.

Otherwise, such powerful, seducing women like her will come and destroy you, leaving you thirsty for love, with your head full of dreams, taking you away from your mission, purpose and faith, towards committing sins, ruled by sexual desire and bodily obsession.

Remember: Allah is always Accepting Repentance, but it’s still your responsibility to make good choices, which please Him: and it means to be a Muslim.

The Commercial version

Set partially in a beautiful countryside of Scotland, the clip presents a young female hairdresser with very unexpected leanings. It seems, that she got seriously damaged from being deserted by a man of her life, and now, she is a real threat for public security. It’s recommended to find another hairdresser, for your own safety… but with Flore Benguigui’s alluring voice in the background, the alarming end seems rather romantic… uh, in certain sense.

The Acoustic version

Here, Flore Benguigui reveals herself to the audience, standing in front of a microphone, backed by male members of the band, but the hipster fools are fully concentrated on playing, so she remains alone at the stage, without any hardware and software support, helping her voice to be heavenly powerful, like in the version above.

Now, she is the reality: and she plays well, pretending to be shy at some moments, dodging with her beautiful eyes, then closing them, or watching the horizon, where you are standing… as she indicates, that she sings solely for you, dreaming of you, her love interest, revealing her secret: all she can see, is a mere shade of you. But isn’t she rather misleading you?

Misleading me
When lights are awake
What I can see
Is just a shade of you

And you know
I only feel you through
The scent
Of the wave

Finding the key
While touching the air
Soft odyssey
Delusive is the view

And you know
I only feel you through
The scent
Of the wave

Misleading me
When lights are awake
What I can see
Is just a shade of you

Alan Svejk