Thursday, 13 October 2016

Thought 354: Lyrics Analysis: One Vision

Much as I enjoy it, the song One Vision by Queen struck me greatly in its lyrical content last night as I pondered whether or not it was preaching a satanic or a wholesome message. My conclusion now is that it is a bit of both.

The lyric "one true religion" of course makes me think of the actual one true religion in the world: money, not that that was necessarily Mercury's intention (see Money and Mon-eye, Money as Consciousness, Money, Money as Satan's Currency). 
"No wrong no right, I'm going to tell you there's no black and no white"
is of course utter rubbish for those who have comprehended the absolute and non relative nature of right and wrong behaviour, good and bad actions, and who have delivered themselves from the nasty demon of moral relativism not to say solipsism (only the mind exists). 
"One race, one hope"
is also ambiguous as the Nazis for their part wished to see the dominance of the so-called aryan race over all the others, but "one race" I think in this case means Mercury stating that the entire human species should be seen as one single, undivided race which is in fact the case.

Moreover it could be argued that the entire intention of the song to see one unified world with one unified people is largely compatible with New World Order plans for a single world government with a single world currency, a single religion (money presumably), a single world army and the absence of individual nations.

Anyway that's all my thoughts on the matter for now but one could spend several lifetimes analysing the content of song lyrics in popular music and seeing them for their level of moral enlightenment or, conversely, their level of satanic obscurantism.

For Lucifer is the false light, consisting of intellectuality (brain) devoid of spirituality (heart). 

Addendum - It's interesting to note that the name of the album on which One Vision features is called A Kind of Magic. Mark Passio from defines magic as 
"the art and science of influencing change to occur with (higher) Will"
as opposed to sorcery which is
"the art and science of influencing change to occur with (egoic) will."
It's an interesting synchronicity because the song One Vision, as we saw above, only 'kind' of sides on the 'magic' side of the spectrum of influence, not fully, thereby earning the description kind of magic as opposed to full magic.

Addendum 2 - 'One Vision', the song title, makes me think of 'Mon-eye', the One Eye, 'the one true religion' as the song suggests (see Money and Mon-eye). Again this links up to the addendum above, according to which the song can be interpreted as both magic promoting enlightenment and sorcery pushing for obscurantism, depending on whether 'one vision' is understood as meaning the true vision of the one eye, the pineal gland, or the false vision of money in its conventional, banking credit meaning (see Credit: In Money We Trust).