Each of these points represents a facet of our being. There is also a hidden point, Daath, which is the doorway to the adverse side of the tree as. When you go through the Daath point all the attributes of the sephirot are reversed. For example, Kether, which means crown represents the highest a man can go, when reversed, represents futility, the inability to progress. While the highest point is on one side quite a level to attain, on the other side it is a place from where you cannot go anywhere but down. With this in mind it is important to see 'Daath' not only as a doorway but as the primary device of reconcilliation between the two sides.
There are 3 pillars on the Tree. There are the outer pillars which represent severity and mildness and the middle pillar which represents the interaction of the first two. That's why there is a balance of Daath's heavier music with their lighter music. However, the first album "Futility" does not focus in any one direction since there can be no true balance in the adverse tree.
The philosophy to Daath's music is that in order to become whole as a human being, we need to come to terms with all sides of ourselves. In other words, in order to grow and realize our potential, we need to take a long honest look in the mirror and not be afraid to accept what we see. Daath's message is not one of negativity, but of honesty with one's self. The parts of ourselves that hinder us the most are often the hardest to realize.
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1. The One
4. Child Says
6. Concentrate Living
7. Blender for the Baby
9. Just for a Second