"Autotheist Movement I: Create" as written by and Michael Keene....
I consummate this realm through the vision I possess
I rise above consecrated imposition
The pious flame
A flame extinguished from the mind
I will create a new reality

No creator in the heavens above (I am the lightning)
Rest your weary mind
No demons in the furnace below (I am the frenzy)

I have realized I am God
I will descend to the depths of man
Proclaim to the void
Emptying my cup
The starved, weary, thirsting

From God's barren grave within the garden of untruths
A flower takes bloom and births a new reality
No creator in the heavens above (I am the lightning)
Rest your weary mind
No demons in the furnace below (I am the frenzy)
I have realized I am God


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"Autotheist Movement I: Create" as written by Michael Keene

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    My InterpretationSelf-worship is an unfairly simple way to describe this. It's loss of faith. The realization that one "is God" is a deeper dissent from religion than atheism. If one wishes to identify the driving force and morality police of humanity as "God", then pending empirical observation of what is as yet merely metaphysical conjecture, the only conclusion that follows is that we are each our own God, wherein we retain the level of freedom to act as our desires and impulses versus our own sense of restraint allow. I mean, who's to give the people who claim to talk to God any more credit to sanity than people with Schizophrenia? It's a part of being able to take perspective to effectively have an internal debate of ideas, and we all have a moral compass, and most of us have the ability to self-motivate. To claim oneself is God is to let go of the idea of fearing an outside all-judging motivator. It is a position that takes a great deal of responsibility. Because so what if you're God? So is everyone else.
    circleofcontorton June 02, 2013   Link
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    General CommentNo vagueness in this song... self worship. And considering how perfect this song is along with the other 2 parts, I think self worship is justified. #1 song of 2012, hands down.
    brucedotwillison October 12, 2012   Link

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