Brijt injiia
Dorantijr curtizo
Brijt injiia
Inrati curtizo

Wiran etejo
Churist Churist

Yor yocor
Yorcor

Brijt deslavt
Yocor


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    Song MeaningIm afraid your all way off, the truth is far creepier than you think. The title of this song is not made up, its a surname that has only one surviving existing documented record. search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/…

    It is a slur of the word Christ I believe, or perhaps this is the real name of Christ and it existed first, either way there is only one letter difference and phonetically it doesnt change the word hardly at all. Louis Churist and Victoriana Churist left France for New York between 1825 and 1957. Due to the similar phonetic remaining lyric content, Brijt is one letter from Brit (british) Iniia means "initiate" in Romanian, "dorantijr" is Doranti (Italian) which means "Crisp", I guess cortizo sounds like cortorize which means burning a wound shut. it seems "Inrati" means "establishments" from swedish Inratt. Im not going to translate any more because its starting to sound disturbing. But you get the idea.
    DanStonkeron December 05, 2012   Link
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    General CommentAnybody stumbled apon a plausible translation for this?

    The only thing I've gotten to is Yor cor could be "Your cor" and in latin, cor means heart. "Your heart."

    I'm probably way the hell off though.
    -[Stykz]-on December 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentya, i was thinking it might be latin, but everyone i talk to has no idea
    Driadonon December 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI knew it wasn't Latin (I've studied a bit of the language and know it when I see it), and I did finally manage to find an interview where he states that it's an artificial language and doesn't mean a damn thing.
    unfashionedon February 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentevery damn fuck could see that this isn't latin, come on, maybe the churist part, but the sounds of ij is no way latin
    lil_pea_boon March 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentaccording to this french article its an artificial name....
    premonition.fr/…
    rex666on October 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI have a theory. Since the name of the album this song is on, is called: Evoke. Evoke is a magickal art of summoning a spiritual entity before you(demon, angels, familiars, dead people, etc), and since the language this song is made by a seemingly non-sensical gibberish language, however I think there is more to it than that.

    In certain acts of imposing someone's will unto the universe(a spell if you will), they transcribe what their intent is to a bastardized syllablized version of their intent(mostly used in chaos magick), which could very well sound like this song.

    So I don't think it's as much as him singing a song as it is a sigil of the will on a massive scale. It's not unheard of musicians doing this, if fact it's somewhat common. (Pay attention to symbols, on some of your albums to see what I mean. Look on the CD cover for Tool's Anemia album, and you'll find the seal of Astaroth).

    Just a theory.
    Alaric7on July 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFrom an interview with Rudy:

    "Chain D.L.K.: What language are you using on "Churist, Churist"

    Wumpscut: Churist Churist is written/performed in an artificial language. The title already was created, and while I was collecting text ideas, I found out that this track should provide something we never had with :W: so far..."

    Taken from chaindlk.com/interviews/…

    Hope this helps. :)
    katrion February 23, 2010   Link

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