"Deus Nova" as written by and Daniel Gildenloew....
10,000 BC, 1 Million people
9,500 BC, 2 Million people
9,000 BC, 3 Million people
8,500 BC, 4 Million people
8,000 through 5,000 BC, 5 Million people
4,500 BC, 6 Million people
4,000 BC, 7 Million people
3,500 BC, 10 Million people
3,000 BC, 14 Million people
2,500 BC, 20 Million people
2,000 BC, 27 Million people
1,500 BC, 38 Million people
1,000 BC, 50 Million people
500 BC, 100 Million people
Year 1 AD, 170 Million people
500 AD, 190 Million people
1,000 AD, 254 Million people
1,500 AD, 425 Million people
Year 2,000 AD, 6,080 Million people

Trying to understand the system of Life
Trying to understand myself
I created the world to be an image of myself, of my mind

All of these thoughts, all of these doubts and hopes inside
I took out to form a new breed
A new way to be
And now I am many, so many
So much larger than ever I were
Yet, at the same time
So much smaller and more vulnerable

They all carry shards of the whole
Together they become me
I see them interact, develop
I see them take different sides
as were they different minds
Believers of different ways, and different gods

I think they will teach me something

Lyrics submitted by Saga Lhan, edited by Octavarium64, Deviated, Chorizo

"Deus Nova" as written by Daniel Gildenloew


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    General CommentDeus Nova, 'New God'. The first part of the song is obviously the 'exponential' increase in human population. The second part is Animae speaking (God). He created man in his image, in an attempt to understand his own origins.
    o210non August 22, 2006   Link

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