I see so much in Tarja's ritual song. Nazi's, dark gnostic ritual killers. Why are we giving up the fight at the beginning and giving them their
murders, their dark hell world? Those pigments, like the coloring book, we enter into, but we can color it up any way we want. The artists are
fighting back at the end. They're supposed to be creating a good world. Don't give the ritual nazi murderers the paintbrush, don't let them define
our world as hell!
And Seer, this song is about Higher Self, and have no fear, for when you're on the altar for Love, Higher Self is there, showing you, nothing to fear,
you have a path to follow, and to continue the work you came to do. Which in part, is to not give up painting the world as eden.
Remember its about Coloring the World the right way. Its not exactly a movie, finished and complete, we enter into. Its interactive, coloring book.
There is a battle on what the world should be like, hell or heaven? Its up to us to not give up the fight and envision, see as though its here, and
work for, heaven. And lend a helping hand, wherever we can, to pull others out of the pits they are being shoved in.
And the slaves, the factory print maker, the ones working for system are all sacrifices. Did you know that accepting slavery and working at
mcdonalds, while it might be the only choice someone has if they can't get their own talents going in a small business, nonetheless, it makes you a
Sacrifice on the Altar of their Dark Lord, that runs this world. They're not conducting slavery just for profits. They are sacrificing souls and
nature here. They're ritualists.
There is so much in this song. And the slaves break free. His black ink has colors, she is going to play her own music, and the dancer makes his own
Her whole new album's theme is about colors/pigments, its about taking back this world, and coloring it up right.
I'm so proud of her, Good Angel, doing the work she came to do. I'm going to purchase that album as soon as I can.
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