by Kelebek Evrimi

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Ragnarok This song represents a rebellion against the fear and oppression caused by religion over the many centuries and aeons it has been utilised to control humanity. There are three elements in the first half of the song that represent three symbols from three religions. A snare drum played in a marching fashion which symbolises Christianity as often Christians see themselves as soldiers marching as to war in the name of God. A gong which is sounded infrequently which represents Buddhism. The chaotic screaming in a set of six near the end of the first section represents the Imam of the muslim faith screaming from the mosque. The essence of this song is to show that no matter how bad 'the end' may seem, it is better we rise like a phoenix from the flames and face it with open arms, head first, with all of our strength behind us - no reservations. The second section of the song is a mockery of Jesus on the cross, symbolic of his last saying before he died in the story of his crucifixion - Eli, Eli Lama sabachthani - or My God, My God why have you forsaken me. Filled with the sins of the world, no longer could God hear him, in all his might and power and glory, Jesus was cut off. And so the words have been altered to, My God, My God, why can't you hear me anymore - I tried to speak to you again again. Once we make the final choice to break free of this delusion. There is no turning back. Will we expose it for the mind game it is? Or will we continue feeding it, allowing a belief in 'the end' to make a literal end for all of us? This is an original song written and performed by Monti on the streets of the world! Guitar and vocals: Monti Gadulka, bendir and third vocals: Katye Second Vocals and Oud: Omar Gong and snare: Goce Support independent music and buy this music on Bandcamp - https://kelebekevrimi.bandcamp.com/track/ragnarok See the video clip made by Tom Horn here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dXGmBnVDns

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This song represents a rebellion against the fear and oppression caused by religion over the many centuries and aeons it has been utilised to control humanity. There are three elements in the first half of the song that represent three symbols from three religions. A snare drum played in a marching fashion which symbolises Christianity as often Christians see themselves as soldiers marching as to war in the name of God. A gong which is sounded infrequently which represents Buddhism. The chaotic screaming in a set of six near the end of the first section represents the Imam of the muslim faith screaming from the mosque. The essence of this song is to show that no matter how bad 'the end' may seem, it is better we rise like a phoenix from the flames and face it with open arms, head first, with all of our strength behind us - no reservations. The second section of the song is a mockery of Jesus on the cross, symbolic of his last saying before he died in the story of his crucifixion - Eli, Eli Lama sabachthani - or My God, My God why have you forsaken me. Filled with the sins of the world, no longer could God hear him, in all his might and power and glory, Jesus was cut off. And so the words have been altered to, My God, My God, why can't you hear me anymore - I tried to speak to you again again. Once we make the final choice to break free of this delusion. There is no turning back. Will we expose it for the mind game it is? Or will we continue feeding it, allowing a belief in 'the end' to make a literal end for all of us? This is an original song written and performed by Monti on the streets of the world! Guitar and vocals: Monti Gadulka, bendir and third vocals: Katye Second Vocals and Oud: Omar Gong and snare: Goce Support independent music and buy this music on Bandcamp - https://kelebekevrimi.bandcamp.com/track/ragnarok See the video clip made by Tom Horn here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dXGmBnVDns
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