LumaFusion rocks! I layered two series of Whorl clips together - the top layer at 30% blend so both layers showed. Then I added a third layer of Frax video for some animated, iridescent sheen on the Whorl objects. I think because both Whorl layers were done on a black background, the added Frax layer acted like a green screen - coloring the Whorl objects and not the background (so much.)
I applied the Mirror and a Big Pinch effect to sort of anchor and orient all the video together.
I also used LumaFusion to play the Moodscaper track at half speed thereby shifting it down an octave and turning what was effectively a string ensemble into a viola or cello ensemble. This considerably warmed up the sound. I used the same idea to copy a Waldorf Nave track and play the copy at half speed thus keeping the same notes (in key and mode) but giving the two Nave tracks some counterpoint. And panning the two Nave tracks independently added some ambient motion to the soundtrack.
I hope you enjoy watching and listening!