What are you listening to?

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Yet another great cover:

 





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I used to have that album... Got me wondering who Mummu was, so I had a look!

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mummu
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Getting back to the official religion of Marduk, it was based on usury. The priests monopolized the medium of
exchange and were able to extract interest for lending it. They also monopolized the land, and
extracted tribute for renting it. It was the beginning of what we laughingly call civilization, which
has always rested on rent and interest. The old Babylonian con.
"The official story was that Mummu was dead, killed in the war between the gods. When the first
anarchist group arose, they called themselves Justified Ancients of Mummu. Like Lao-Tse and the
Taoists in China, they wanted to get rid of usury and monopoly and all the other pigshit of
civilization and go back to a natural way of life. So, grok, they took the supposedly dead god,
Mummu, and claimed he was still alive and was actually stronger than all the other gods. They had a
good argument 'Look around,' they'd say, "what do you see most of? Chaos, right? Therefore, the god
of Chaos is the strongest god, and is still alive.'
 





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Getting back to the official religion of Marduk, it was based on usury. The priests monopolized the medium of
exchange and were able to extract interest for lending it. They also monopolized the land, and
extracted tribute for renting it. It was the beginning of what we laughingly call civilization, which
has always rested on rent and interest. The old Babylonian con.
"The official story was that Mummu was dead, killed in the war between the gods. When the first
anarchist group arose, they called themselves Justified Ancients of Mummu. Like Lao-Tse and the
Taoists in China, they wanted to get rid of usury and monopoly and all the other pigshit of
civilization and go back to a natural way of life. So, grok, they took the supposedly dead god,
Mummu, and claimed he was still alive and was actually stronger than all the other gods. They had a
good argument 'Look around,' they'd say, "what do you see most of? Chaos, right? Therefore, the god
of Chaos is the strongest god, and is still alive.'
Well - that makes sense of some of their lyrics and odd money burning antics then!
 





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One of my friends is REALLY into Tycho music and into conspiracy theories and she sent this video to me today with the comment of "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LOOK AT THIS BULLSHIT TYCHO I TRUSTED YOU I WENT TO 5 OF YOUR CONCERTS F********************************************CK"


This makes me sad, I was just getting into his music, but look at that image: Part of a triangle, with Tycho's logo thing at the top, and then it's reflected "as above, so below". There's also the one and only music video that's ever been made for his songs, and it has a girl looking at a glowing triangle, the girl going on some sort of drug trip after looking at it, and a bearded guy in a black robe leading her.

That image combined with the above music video made me think he probably joined the illuminati/is a satanist now, but now that I think about it, from what I can see his album covers/a lot of the imagery he uses is just simple shapes, and it very well could've only been a matter of time until he used a triangle. As for the music video, it wasn't directed by him, and from what my friend told me he once said he had no input because he just wanted the director to make whatever. Maybe a triangle really is just a triangle? And a reflection is just a reflection? (Not like either of those things are new art or imagery, and since there's nothing else she or I have seen to indicate he is, I'm a little skeptical. Actually, right after typing that, I just realized the song that questionable music video was made for, is a song on the album that also has a triangle on it, for the vinyl versions. Which makes my skepticism even higher because now it's like duh, of course it'd be a triangle! The girl's getting sucked into his very imagination-inducing music! And it may have even been a preview of his latest album, Epoch, which as you can see above, has a triangle...or part of it.)

But what do you guys think? Think he's a satanist/part of the illuminati now, or is it just a coincidence/unintentional? Please give me your thoughts so I can relay the message to my very distraught friend who wants answers.
Omg nooo I love Tycho! I saw them at a music festival two years ago and that’s my go to study music. At this point I feel like if the music has no lyrics and isn’t urging you do anything reckless then you’re fine.