This is an excerpt of “Will to Power” by Friedrich Nietzsche, edited by Rontimus.
This is a narration of a section of “Twilight of the Idols” by Friedrich Nietzsche. Read by Barnaby Edwards. Draw your own conclusions, I don’t care. Edited by Rontimus.
This is a mashup of the epic song “Sail Into the Black” by Machine Head, with selected clips from the epic movie Valhalla Rising. Edited by Rontimus.
This is a creative editing of a clip from Friedrich Nietzsche’s “Human, All Too Human”, narrated by Michael Lunts. Edited by Rontimus. Used in accordance with “fair use”. Draw your own conclusions.
This is a mash-up of my two favourite things: The Matrix, and "Locust" by the epic band, Machine Head. It is structured so as to follow the “Hero’s Journey”.
Created/mixed for entertainment/educational purposes, used under "fair use". No profit is made from this video.
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This is a mash-up of the beautiful ballad "Man of Sorrows" by the Christian rock/metal band "Wolves at the Gate", with selected clips from Mel Gibson's epic movie "The Passion of the Christ".
This is purely for entertainment and educational/inspirational purposes, and used according to "Fair Use". Happy Easter to all!
Blistered feet, bloodied alone,
Walked the streets a man unknown
Battered face as He adorns
A mocker's robe, a crown of thorns
A tree designed for His demise
Cursed, maligned by guilty cries
The nails and hammer they did meet
Two in the hands, one in the feet
Risen up, put on display
For a guilty mob to scream and say
The people yelled to crucify
“He must die! He must die!”
Without a fight He did comply
I do not know the pain you felt
Or lowly service as You knelt
Down before such lowly men You served (and washed their
Who is this man they sent to die?
Many still could not reply
Betrayed and sold by His very own (with a kiss)
He met the needs of thousands fed
Healed the sick and raised the dead
“My God! My God!” The man did say
“Have you forsaken me this day?”
Bleeding, dying; words were few
“Forgive them Lord for what they do”
Gasping breath they heard Him say
“It is finished!”
Laid below the ground You knew it couldn't hold You
They thought that You were bound by nature's laws
For the veil that was torn in two and the darkness that would ensue
A symbol alas that the debt was finally paid
When the stone it was rolled away, He was no longer where He lay
Surely our King had risen from the dead
On and on and on we're singing
Singing out for all to hear us
This is not a simple story
Our lives are for Your glory
Beyond words and written pages
Your song across the ages
This is a creative dramatization of a quote from Thomas JJ Altizer, in the preface of his book "Godhead and the Nothing". In his book, the author is juxtaposing the thoughts of William Blake and Friedrich Nietzsche to reveal a common thread.
The audio during the quote is music clip from the soundtrack of the movie "28 Days Later", and the end video clip is a short clip from "The Neverending Story". Used according to "Fair Use".
Compiled for educational/entertainment purposes, draw your own conclusions.