Stomach full of halo kibbles
At first glance a “stomach full of halo kibbles” seems to be referring to having just eating some shrooms, but this seems completely out of place in this song. The previous line is about reaching your limit of temperance, while the following is taking about how consumerism has corrupted religious vigils. The meaning of this line is more about comparing the feeling of “goodness” and oneness associated with religion to the same feelings associated with drug experiences.
Another possibility, and probably more likely, is a critique of the consumerism that now dominates religion. We “consume” the ideas of religion in order to experience these sensations of “oneness” and “goodness,” but they, like drugs, are artificial representations.
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