"Without God" as written by Anders Nystrom and Jonas Petter Renkse....
Human birds watch the sky
Where dark formations sail
Infecting the area of god
Jhva elohim meth

I am god - creator of life
I am god - enchanter of death
Death that now marks you
Life that slowly pass away

Screams of fear dismembering the wind
Helpless souls drowning in pain
But storms of dawn, a new age
A dawn without god

My spirit filled with hate sets free
A force of the golden dawn
Without god...entomb your fear

The spirit is free
Jhva elohim meth
Satan laughs
Jhva elohim meth

I raise my fist to the sky
Swear the ancient oath of black
The lambs shall bleed, eternally bleed
God is dead and shall forever be...


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"Without God" as written by Jonas Petter Renkse Anders Nystrom

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    General Comment"Jhva Elohim Meth" means "God is dead". It's a quote from Friedrich Nietzsche in his famous aphorism "Der tolle Mensch". It's quite difficult to explain, as I don't speak English mother tongue, but I'll try.

    Nietzsche there tells about the death of God as a threatening event.
    All men killed him together, so everyone's a murderer and there is nothing left in this scenario. They all are falling away from sunlight into nothingness, not knowing where upside or downside is, and there is nothing coming up but night and more night. Coldness, emptiness, darkness.

    This brings up some interesting points of view on how to interprete the lyrics. They are not as simple as many people may think. I still don't have made up my own mind about it yet :)...
    Hope I could help you.
    fr0zenviruson December 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone know what 'Jhva Elohim Meth' means?
    Ruton April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThx.
    Ruton December 11, 2006   Link

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