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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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Contact Me: tim@thalloran.com

Or feel to contact me in a PM with any questions :)

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its incredible

in this animation you combined science, philosophy and religion all into your art, telling the statement that even if somethings can be permenant, they are all prone to change. i enjoyed the ending of siddartha guatma's meditation as he becam buddha


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Symbolism

you incorporated alot of them

I've watch this several times most of the symbols happen to be of eternity and self-renewal theres alot I probably missed some of them


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WAHT THE HECK DID I JUST WATCH?!?!?

Very unusual and weird. I think that's the perfect word for this: weird. The art was pretty good, but WTF are they saying?!?!



Interesting...

Im not sure...what the meaning is behind this....its got me thinking though...
However, the artwork was beautiful, and dont rush to put in subtitles, make those whiners listen XD. Anyways, beautifully done.


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Best by far...

I don't think anyone could of done a better job. Sure small things like subtitles are nice but it takes away from the visuals. You made quite the piece of art and on behalf of all Newgrounds, Thank you.

-Jak


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Creatus responds:

Exactly. Theres a reason I'm not rushing in to put them there. Thank you.

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Nov 22, 2011
11:43 AM EST
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Experimental
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