"Libertheme" as written by and Adam Darski....
In my church of disbelief
It canst get no better
When days turn from black to grey
In church of indifference
So innocent in their guilt
Perfect in their imperfection
Let my children play

In my church of liberation
When doubts and fears wither away
I stand alone vs. the world
In the church of man
Where god is trapped in human flesh
I never pray
In church of pain
I spoil none but myself
Yet my monologue's unheard

In my church of hope
Yearning for Thy sweet embrace
The waters of Styx I have crossed
In this church of sulfur rain
Flaming mouth of Sheol
In my church of broken word
It's so little that I ask
The brightest of the days
The darkest of the nights

What once was
I wish no longer be
Fear of separation is no more
One cosmic breath-the whole eternity
Unbroken flow of awareness conquers entropy

The voyager, bathed in Venusian rays
Let them shine through me
Split the seas
Awake inner divinity
The flame of awareness comes to my eyes

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"Libertheme" as written by Adam Darski

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  • +1
    My OpinionI think this song is about how Nergal feels about the "church" or religion in general. He is saying religion and faith can be a very good way to help you through hard times and that it is not all garbage that means nothing."in my church of liberation, where doubts and fears wither away..." The main thing he hates about religion and Christianity is all the power hungry leaders in organized Christianity, but what people truly believe in themselves he is fine with. "in the church of indifference, so innocent in their guilt. perfect in their imperfection..." in this verse he is almost speaking for god. the "evil" leaders of the church are guilting their followers into what they believe. then he goes on to say they think they are so perfect they are almost better than god. finally he is speaking as god when he writes, "let my children play". he is saying that people have a right to choose what to believe and what not to believe. people need to find what is right for them. the final two stanzas are saying that basically he used to be a catholic but has left that behind. he has found his way of thinking and is trying to communicate this message to his listeners. people need to find what ideology is right for them.
    -please comment on different ways you would interpret this song to be. i am interested to hear them!
    SoldierOFortuneon July 29, 2009   Link
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    General Commentone ov the best off the apostasy. ELU BEHEMOTH!
    death_metal_man91on March 12, 2008   Link

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