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An experimental animation to the song 'Ruler of Everything' by Tally Hall. I have arranged a series of images and symbols that combined with the lyrics of the song will encourage you to contemplate the meaning. What is going on here?
~Song Lyrics:~ http://lyrics.wikia.com/ Tally_Hall:Ruler_Of_Every thing
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This really makes me think about conspiracy theories, like the all seeing eye watching us, while we're controlled by reptilian annunaki, the flower of life. Man this video is AWESOME!!!!!! =)
wdf did i just watch?
catchy song you made their. is their a puppeteer and why are we puppets who is the audience because their taste is fairly bleak indeed? ya what is going on here but anyway ... i liked it
Cyclic indeed. Although, there was nothing terribly repetitive about the animation itself. To me repetitive music, videos, or pictures are boring. I was interested about some bits and pieces of it. Man and woman, puppets and puppeteers. It seems to be inspired by Hinduism mostly. It's an interesting viewpoint, at the very least. But, in my opinion, wondering about things as big as this is just a waste of time. I'd rather play my role in life and keep moving.
To anyone who doesn't really get the reference you should look up the Bhagavad Gita. The story of Arjuna is really something, and it gives you a good idea of the concepts behind Hinduism. And, NO neither this nor the animation are religious propaganda, what kind of tool would think that...
i just liked the song. i couldn't come up with any subtext of my own from watching the video.
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