As a result of one angry Zeus fist blistering cult pulp in bulk
In this line, Zeus' fist represents the power of God, which burdened Aesop with acute perceptive abilities in the first place.
Aesop is also continuing what seems to be a sub-theme of this song; religion has led to much more evil than good in our history. Although he was raised as a Catholic, Rock has mentioned his lack of commitment to religion.
In this line, he refers to the word of God as a widespread “cult pulp”, meaning the word contains somewhat obscene material and is still somehow followed strictly by millions.
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