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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by Prog Maiden, Sep 14, 2007.
And thus, intelligent discussion ends *sigh*
I didn't read the debate, but congrats Meg! Good work!
I agree zach lol, but i had nothing to add to the debate...and I think the debate is sorta over anyway...so to break the tension of mile long intelligent posts... I decided to do what your fellow canadians do, and thats end the intelligent conversation
JayDub was right, guess I should've taken a pic while it was going well here; sure went to shit fast .
You guys take things way to seriously lol, I just did it because everyone was commenting how it hadent happened yet! All well, I found it funny. Needless to say the debate was over, carry-on
Proulxski, do you ever read your own posts?
a lot of people don't read his posts
"Play shields and wooden swords, SLAYING DRAGONS as a knight of Arthur's court" -- 'The accolade'
Anal I know.
Check the tracklist for Twilight in Olympus too. Right there in the friggin songtitle - In the DRAGONS Den
haha, I was actually going to say something about that man, but the debate was long and done with! Good catch though
OMG don't you know that SX would never just write about t3h dragons....there's obviously some deeper meaning. Yep...definitely NOT just straightfoward, cheesy, dragon stuff.
It's actually a song about slavery and the fight to abolish such ownership of other humans, and the dragon is a metaphor for this somehow.
You're right, it's easy to see really.
Let's take "Into the Dragon's Den".
If you change the spelling to "Into the Dragun's den" then you can reaarange the letters to say "Underg___nd __i__o__". That leaves us with " N, T, T, H, E, A, S. E, A, S, and T can be used to make the word "east". What does this mean you ask? It's simple, really. East is a direction. If we take the word "direction" and use some of it's letters to add to our work in progress, we now can come up with "Undergr__nd __i__o_d". Now lets back track a little bit...think about who sings on the track. That, of course, would be Russel Allen. As you might have guessed, we'll take a few letters from his name to add to our mystery phrase. We now have "Undergr_und rail_o_d". For the final piece to this puzzle, lets take a look at who primarily wrote/plays guitar on the song. If we take some letters from Michael Romeo's name, we can complete our phrase. That's right, if you haven't figured it out already, we are left with:
If this doesn't support your slavery theory, I just don't know what does.
Fuck, you're a regular Dan Brown.
(I hate 'The Da Vinci code' and all its inbred offspring)
Damn... That's so clear. How come I've never thought about that before?