After a spoken word lament of the death of nobility, Loss (Bindrune, 2009) proposes, "Each of us must face the question, are we man or are we beast?" Wodensthrone suggest that our humanity comes from a religion rooted in memory. Humanity is a fossilized drawing on a cave wall, the knowledge that our ancestors are buried beneath our feet, and the roots that give us history. To disrupt these things is to harm ourselves. Animals only live in the moment; humans know time.

Upon These Stones (excerpt)