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Flag Mondaris on September 18, General Comment yes, he is referring to native slaughter, hence "where genocide sleeps" and slouching towards Bethlehem is a joan didion essay.
No Replies Log in to reply. General Comment My Thoery: I don't mean the end of civilization, just civilization as we know it. This comes from the "whore of babylon" line.
Babylon referring to the beginning of civilization I think? This idea also goes along witht "The Second Coming" poem by Yeats that is mentioned Heres some other lines to think about relating to that: It's also a play on words by saying that religion is a satan as well as stating that when satan is gone god will also be gone.
So in the lines: To my next point: The calling for the end of them. Bright Eyes has somewhat been coined as "apocalyptic folk".
Apocalypse referring to a new beginning and all that jazz. They cannot survive with the changing modern ideas of morality.
Why should we "burn them all together [to] get close to the truth" or why will they go away? Changing morality or a new zeitgeist.
In-spite of dogmas nationalism, religion , that claim to have morality or the right stuff, somehow humans now understand that genocide and irresponsible environmental destruction are wrong.
Are there holes in this theory, yes. Do some lines appear not to fit, yes. Could I have organized this better to convey my ideas, yes.
So input would be appreciated. And also, Four Winds may refer to the fact that wind can blow from all directions when everything is destroyed.
The image of the girl standing at the end of the world with wind in her hair also falls in place. And, any input on what the cover of the new Four Winds EP is.
This may also shed some light on meaning for the songs on the EP. General Comment Spent some time researching and came up with this analysis.
I also changed the lyrics to what I think they should be. The resulting power vacuum will plunge the world into chaos "she breaks, she caves" , where traditional methods religion, secular knowledge will be useless.
However, Conor has "made his peace" with this and is ready for whatever's next. See below for more details. Not sure what the next two mean, though.
I believe that the Mexican girl represents our current civilization. Conor is saying that our civilization, as well, has reached maturity.
Our civilization is either dead or even already destroyed, waiting for something new to arise. The "Four Winds" are a reference to the Book of Ezekiel, Chapter 37, in which God breathes the four winds into dead bones, making them live again and symbolically restoring the broken nation of Israel.
What will the four winds bring to the ashes of our world? I imagine something like a giant hole being ripped in a vacuum, and all of a sudden air rushes out.
Think also of a flood of water bursting a dam. When America is gone, "she" the Mexican girl, aka civilization can't take the huge power vacuum that is left.
Originally directed at Ancient Babylon, it has also been used to describe major civilizations such as the Roman Empire, British Empire, and more recently America.
Both religion the Bible, etc. As others have mentioned, this song relates to Yeats' poem "The Second Coming" very well. Yeats was saying that the "gyre" which held together the universe was unwinding, and that a cataclysmic change was coming.
See Wikipedia for more info, it's pretty interesting. Yeats was convinced that a major event, on par with Jesus arriving on Earth, was imminent.
Bright Eyes is embarking on a similar theme with this song. Due to the religious imagery in the song, I think this meaning is appropriate.
The "psalm of man" i. Not too sure about this part. They tell him to "look alive," or in other words "be ready. By burying his ballast, Conor is signifying that he is ready for something with real meaning cargo as opposed to the meaninglessness he feels now ballast.
He has made his peace with the upcoming cataclysm. Conor repeats the message for effect: Read "The Second Coming" and Ezekiel Chapter 37 both fairly short and the meaning becomes somewhat clear, although the details leave plenty of room for more interpretation.
The ashes that the mexican girl is standing in are a reference to the apocrapha lost books of the bible which includes a bird creature called the pheonix.
At the time of its death, a great burst of air causes it to burst into flames and out of its own ashes, the bird is reborn.
Sort of a New Enlightenment.