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Tecknowledgist
05-02-2007, 07:42 PM
In a few songs off of Violent by Design, Jus Allah mentions the word "Om"

"In the trenches of Om, the paragon spawned.
Your body's carried and dropped like surrogate moms."

"Seen inside the visions of beyond, the dwellings of the Om
Existent in Islamic pantheon."

What is he referring to? I've looked it up on Wikipedia. It said it was particular to Dharmic religions, which excludes Islam.

On second thought, Om is Romanian for "man" or "human being." So I might decipher as such:

"In the trenches of birth, a peerless man was born."

If that's what he was going for....that's fucking awesome!

"I've seen the future, the dwelling of man in the set of Islamic gods."

It doesn't work so well for this quote, as Islam is monotheistic, correct? Pantheon is a term that's used in polytheistic religions, such as Greek mythology...then again, Jus Allah is a 5%er so he be going for the "Black man is God through self-enlightenment." (Don't quote me on that, I'm very unlearned on that subject, just started coming to KTL.) Sorry, I'm brainstorming as I write this. This is also more in the vein of lyric interpretation than it is know the ledge....but i need to know the ledge to interpret lyrics!

Any ideas?

Peace.

Bis Fan
05-02-2007, 07:56 PM
Don't really listen to Jus Allah AKA The Psychopathic Baby Eater

couldn't tell ya

Are the lyrics correct?

Maybe a Canibus lyric could help you.

"DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI DO, these are the tones that will activate your aum" ^O^

living_undead
05-02-2007, 09:53 PM
'Om' is supposedly the vibrational frequency of creation.

maestro wooz
05-02-2007, 10:42 PM
which songs are these off of? I think the first one could be "trenches of nam"

Tecknowledgist
05-03-2007, 09:36 AM
The first quote is from Sacrifice, the second from Heavenly Divine....both dope as hell.

I don't think it's 'Nam...doesn't sound like it.

Tecknowledgist
05-04-2007, 09:14 AM
..and I just remembered the third example, off the same album.

On "Death March," Jus spits:

"Spawned from maternal siemen, bred flesh predators.
Wings of the Om on your heels like Pegasus."

UNCLE RUCKUS
05-04-2007, 09:16 AM
Wings of the arms when you heels like Pegasus

Grabbing your leg, so you live to the heavenless

Drop this prejudice and follow me to Exodus

"arm"

Tecknowledgist
05-04-2007, 09:39 AM
Wings of the arms when you heels like Pegasus

Grabbing your leg, so you live to the heavenless

Drop this prejudice and follow me to Exodus

"arm"

How does that even make sense? Just because useless lyrics websites post that doesn't make it true.

"Wings of the arms when you heels?"

If anything, it'd be "on your heels."

Again, if Om means man:

Man grabs your leg so you cannot ascend to heaven...drop this misconception, and depart from it.

UNCLE RUCKUS
05-04-2007, 09:54 AM
lol youre right it dosent make sense,it sounds like " on your heels" the "om" part is hard to make out if he says arm or om because of his accent

Visionz
05-04-2007, 10:34 AM
'Om' is supposedly the vibrational frequency of creation.truth

http://www.atmajyoti.org/images/om_yellow_marblish.gif

its represented by this symbol here, the origins of it come from India which has had various religous sects taking part in society there, Hindi, Islam, Buddist.....etc

Tecknowledgist
05-05-2007, 08:47 PM
truth

http://www.atmajyoti.org/images/om_yellow_marblish.gif

its represented by this symbol here, the origins of it come from India which has had various religous sects taking part in society there, Hindi, Islam, Buddist.....etc

Right on. Thanks, man.