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DEAD WORLD
ギルガメッシュ Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'DEAD WORLD' by these artists:

A-Negative Rejected by you For what we believe This world is a lie And…
Archeon Years of thinking have passed by But now I know what…
Cut the Shit When the corporations are left holding all the cards, Who…
Dead World A world of lies In the shadow of ignorance Veil of darknes…
girugamesh Doubutsu ika no sonzai daotoshita oretachi Nakama doushi ar…
MX Scream of pain and dispair Arise after the big shining Radia…
Static-X Look down around All is not well Victim of change Far out of…
Static‐X Look down around All is not well Victim of change Far out…

We have lyrics for these tracks by ギルガメッシュ:

Angry juice 絞り取られたジュース 血の味がする 削り取られたジュース 濃厚な Taste of my skin (俺の肌の味がする)…
Break Down Break down! I think 大人達は言う 正しく生きろ 数ある答えの中で 正すモノがそう 侵してるのに 一体…
crying rain 降りだした雨は 乾いたアスファルトに溶けて 微熱混じりの手 冷たく包み込んでいく 涙見せずに 何かを犠牲にして歩く 例…
patchwork この世に平等なんて無い 誰かが一人で馬鹿を見る 優劣が付いて 比較されては批判を 目を瞑りたくなるんだ ののしられている…
ROCKER'S 過去の先駆者達が 築き上げた棘の道 断固な信念のもと 作り上げた偉大な壁 キャビネットに 思いを込めて 大地を揺るがす …
S.T.F.U. I can tell how you feel (×9) Every day 幼い頃描いてた日々と Every day…
ULTIMATE 4 気だるい MUSIC うんざり (It's grown into a scream) 外見だけ中身からっぽ 限界を突破…
Vermillion 唾を吐き黙りこんだ 俺はどうすれば? 嘲笑う葛藤それを 見てる存在が 優しさがほらまた裏返り 否定に聞こえてくる 何て言…
「少女A」 Take me once again Take me once again Take me once again 隠れ…
バリケード 例えば誰かが もし不幸でも何も感じない 人間は皆どうせ自分が大事で 綺麗事なんて聞きたくもない 他人助け自分の幸せ逃が…
遮断 其を恐怖感と呼び 目の前に壁を作られて 低俗過ぎるお前など これ以上踏みいるなと言う 鍵を開けろ お前にも聞こえるだろ…

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Nyar Lathotep

I'm a Sumerologist and just want to clear a few things up:
1) it's called "Sumer", not "Sumeria"
2) The oldest Gilgamesh story in text form we have is from ca. 2700 BCE; also, the Sumerian Gilgamesh (semiticised from Bilgames) is a different collection of stories than the later Babylonian ones, with a very different emphasis.
3) The 2/3 deity thing can be calculated when considering that his father, Lugalbanda, is also of divine descent (Sun god).
4) It's a cedar forest that Gilgamesh and Enkidu wander into to kill the guardian of the forest. They did that because Gilgamesh wanted the wood, as Mesopotamia is more or less resources-free.
5) The reason Shamash helps is because he is related to Gilgamesh.
6) Siduri is not the goddess of beer and wisdom. That would be Ninkasi.
7) Lovely choice of images, but from a professional perspective it's all a bit of a jumble.
8) You are forgetting the beginning and the end. Gilgamesh in the Standard Babylonian version begins, after the beautiful words "He Who Saw the Deep", with a description of the city of Uruk, particularly its wall and quarters and gardens. At the end, when he returns from Ūta-napištim, he is accompanied by the ferryman. They arrive at Uruk, and Gilgamesh is proud to show the foreigner his city, and the same words are used. It's the focus on what man can achieve if he is okay with being, well, man. This is also echoed in Siduri's words to Gilgamesh, reminding him of the things that are human: falling in love, laughing, raising a child and living on forever through your work and offspring.


This is the first of your videos that I am watching, and besides for the few points up there, I really enjoyed it! It's wonderful to know that the love of mythology has not died out yet :)

I would be interested in your take on Adapa and the South Wind.



Life Simulator

JayGunner
It’s centered around the Fate Series consisting of Visual Novels, MULTIPLE Anime seasons, and more Anime spin offs.

Anyways, the main theme is that they incorporate historical characters/figures (both true to life & mythical) and gender swap them (i.e. King Arthur is a female knight) before sending them into a Battle Royale of pairs of Summoners (humans) & Servants (the historical figures summoned).

The chicken dinner is the Holy Grail that grants any wish you desire (1 for the summoner & 1 for the servant) but it requires mana to work.

Each series has its own theme

- Fate Series - Battle Royale for Holy Grail either in near past or present day
- Ilyria spin off - Magical lolis just adventuring in present day Japan
- Grand Order spin off - Coop against a bad guy who has the Holy Grail in 7 different timelines



Seers Tower

Didn't mention how Enkidu was created. This is important because he was made to rival Gilgamesh.

Didn't mention that Humbaba's name translates to "Hugeness".

Didn't mention that Gilgamesh didn't want to kill Humbaba.

Didn't mention that Gilgamesh insulted Ishtar and that's why the whole bull scene happened.

No mentions of the many dreams in this story that tell the future.

Didn't mention that Enkidu told Gilgamesh that immortality was not his destiny.

I understand that not everything can be covered in these episodes but all of these things are important to the story and could be mentioned in passing.



Mr Chrysler

Nimrod in Hebrew means " rebel ".
Nimrod is the birth of paganism.
Research paganism and you will big similarities between it and The Epic of Gilgamesh.

"2018-04-07 · Nimrod and Gilgamesh are Warrior figures from two different but closely related cultures, but don’t appear to be mentioned together. Nimrod is the son of Cush, grandson of Noah, and is credited in legend with commencing the building of the Tower of Babel—that according to Wikipedia."

"2013-05-09 · The 'sons of god' forcibly took men's wives. The Epic says that is precisely what Gilgamesh did. The Bible calls Nimrod a tyrant, and Gilgamesh was a tyrant. There was a Flood in the Bible, there is a flood in the Epic. Cush is mentioned in the Bible, Kish in the Epic. Erech is mentioned in Scripture, Uruk was Gilgamesh's city.""

"BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Gilgamesh tomb believed found
news bbc co uk/2/hi/science/nature/2982891.stm
2003-04-29 · Gilgamesh tomb believed found Archaeologists in Iraq believe they may have found the lost tomb of King Gilgamesh - the subject of the oldest "book" in history. Gilgamesh was believed to be two-thirds god, one-third human"



All comments from YouTube:

fjoa123

Gilgamesh, went out seeking inmortality and failed. Still we talk about him 4500 years after.

WolfHagenSdW

Loose Immortality vs. Fun Shenanigans you can tell actual people who write stuff down and maybe the grandkids at the fireside. I'd also pick the second.

middle aged man in extreme debt

Much like Big Smoke from GTA

dahomiedave

If that ain’t immortality idk what is.

Digital Haze

He has reached immortality, through us telling his story to every generation

Mark Andrew Tibon

actually, he gone home and see his Babylon gate and realizes this what makes him immortal, his works, his duties, his treasures. this became one of the ideals of kings after him. They strive for immortality by carving their names through out history by means of what they have accomplished. The idea that he has pass down to other kings is what makes him immortal. even over 4500 years later.

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Nyar Lathotep

I'm a Sumerologist and just want to clear a few things up:
1) it's called "Sumer", not "Sumeria"
2) The oldest Gilgamesh story in text form we have is from ca. 2700 BCE; also, the Sumerian Gilgamesh (semiticised from Bilgames) is a different collection of stories than the later Babylonian ones, with a very different emphasis.
3) The 2/3 deity thing can be calculated when considering that his father, Lugalbanda, is also of divine descent (Sun god).
4) It's a cedar forest that Gilgamesh and Enkidu wander into to kill the guardian of the forest. They did that because Gilgamesh wanted the wood, as Mesopotamia is more or less resources-free.
5) The reason Shamash helps is because he is related to Gilgamesh.
6) Siduri is not the goddess of beer and wisdom. That would be Ninkasi.
7) Lovely choice of images, but from a professional perspective it's all a bit of a jumble.
8) You are forgetting the beginning and the end. Gilgamesh in the Standard Babylonian version begins, after the beautiful words "He Who Saw the Deep", with a description of the city of Uruk, particularly its wall and quarters and gardens. At the end, when he returns from Ūta-napištim, he is accompanied by the ferryman. They arrive at Uruk, and Gilgamesh is proud to show the foreigner his city, and the same words are used. It's the focus on what man can achieve if he is okay with being, well, man. This is also echoed in Siduri's words to Gilgamesh, reminding him of the things that are human: falling in love, laughing, raising a child and living on forever through your work and offspring.


This is the first of your videos that I am watching, and besides for the few points up there, I really enjoyed it! It's wonderful to know that the love of mythology has not died out yet :)

I would be interested in your take on Adapa and the South Wind.

Mario Papageorgio

cool beans he was lol

J MADMaxx

alfa zedz saddam may have been bad, but the US and ISIS have ruined it. They never had time to recover from Saddam, since their whole country was overthrown and sent into anarchy. Stop ignoring the US involvement

Bullrun27

Nyar Lathotep nope

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