Another songwriter of whom some songs have been ciphered by the Demiurge, in my view. Dylan wrote hundreds of songs, some in almost no more time than it takes to read the lyrics. He won the Nobel prize of literature in recent years and didn’t went to receive his prize because he was too busy doing something else.
In a very important 60 minutes interview available on Youtube, Dylan explained how he got so famous:
60 minutes interview.
Interviewer: “Why do you still do it? Why are you still out there?”
Dylan: “It has to do with the destiny thing, I made a bargain with it a long time ago and I’m holding up my hand”
Interviewer: “What was your bargain?”
Dylan: “To get where I am now”
Interviewer: “Could I ask you with whom you made the bargain with?”
Dylan: “The Chief Commander”
Interviewer: “On this Earth?”
Dylan: “On this Earth and in the world we can’t see”
Interviewer: “Do you ever look back at the music that you’ve written and say: it surprises me?”
Dylan: “I used to, I don’t do that anymore. I don’t know how I got to write those songs.”
Interviewer: “What do you mean you don’t know how?”
Dylan: “Well those songs were almost magically written [..] This was not some kind of Siegfried and Roy kind of magic; it was another kind of penetrating magic”
During his sixties heights, Dylan was so magically charged that what he was singing sometimes rendered perfectly audible sentences when listened in reverse. You can find examples of it on Youtube.
Like A Rolling Stone:
The famous song is about the Twin Sister and her problems because of her fall from Prime Creation and the incarnation of her male twin (all of us) who most of the time doesn’t really even know she exist (until now).
“People’d call say ”Beware doll you’re bound
to fall” you thought they were all kiddin’ you.”
An allusion to a « fall » (from Prime Creation) is made.
“You used to laugh about everybody that was hangin’ out
Now you don’t talk so loud
Now you don’t seem so proud
About having to be scrounging for your next meal.”
« Hangin’ out » refers again to be outside of Prime Creation, or the Garden Of Eden. The « meal » has to do with agapè, not human food.
“How does it feel?
How does it feel?
To be without a home
With no direction home
A complete unknown
Like a rolling stone?”
Here, the Demiurge is mocking our Twin Sister while we cheer because we think the song is so good. « Home » was Prime Creation. She is an « unknown » because the average incarnated male spirit doesn’t even really know she is there (until now).
“You’ve gone to the finest school all right
Miss Lonely but you know you only used to get juiced in it
And nobody’s ever taught you how to live
on the street and now you’re gonna have to get used to it”
The « finest school » was the school in Prime Creation into which the Demiurge was once a sort of teacher. She is called Miss Lonely (lonely heart) because her male twin is busy living his seCONd life.
“You said you’d never compromised
With the mystery tramp but now you realize He’s not selling any alibis as you
stare in the vacuum of his eyes and say do you want to make a deal?”
The « mystery tramp » is the Demiurge, him being a sort of gypsy outside of Prime Creation. His « mystery » is the world and human existence. « Vacuum » alludes to the taking away of spiritual energy. The « deal » would be to join him and abandon the incarnated male spirit.
“You never understood that it ain’t no good
You shouldn’t let other people get your kicks for you”
There, is a reference to her incarnated male spirit. « Kicks » has a dual meaning.
“You use to ride on your chrome horse with your diplomat.”
The diplomat is once again the incarnated male spirit that acts as the ROSE representative. The reference to a « Siamese cat » in the lyrics, maybe alludes to the siamese nature of the twin couple.
“Ain’t it hard when you discover that he wasn’t really where it’s at
After he took from you everything he could steal?”
Describe the involuntary treason of the incarnated male spirit who ends up spending the spiritual energy reserves (money) of the Twin Sister that are akin to fat, in the Matrix.
“But you’d better take your diamond ring
You’d better pawn it babe”
The « diamond ring » is the symbol of the alchemical wedding that is supposed to happen between the male spirit and his Twin Sister.
“You used to be so amused
At Napoleon in rags and the language that he used
Go to him he calls you, you can’t refuse
When you ain’t got nothing you ain’t got nothing to lose.”
« Napoleon in rags » refers again to the Demiurge, that is a self made emperor, but in the nowhere outside of Prime Creation.
“You’re invisible now you ain’t got no secrets to conceal”
Refers that the Twin Sister has lost her protection shield.
Gotta Serve Somebody:
This Dylan song contains an important gnostic fact. Throughout the song, the claim is being made that whoever you may be « you’re gonna have to serve somebody ». The chorus reads that « it may be the devil or it may be the Lord, but you’re gonna have to serve somebody ».
But at the end of the song, the chorus is different: Dylan sings: « it may be the devil AND it may be the Lord, but you’re gonna have to serve somebody ». A subtle admission, because in relation to this world, they are one and the same. How about that for a choice?