I'd like to see people's interpretation of The Empyrean. I wanna see how people's ideas contrast and who comes up with what. Let me start us off
Now, I'm not completely through the whole story, this is just what I have so far
A man (John Frusicante possibly?) has reached a point in his life where he starts questioning things more than ever before. He challenges his beliefs like many people do. After a series of things that occur which I haven't interpreted yet, he dies spiritually and in a sense is reborn a new man. From this he reaches the Empyrean, the highest point of heaven you can reach. But it's not really a heaven in the religious sense of it, it's more of an inner peace. An idea here is that people are their own god, mentally and spiritually. So, saying John Frusciante is the character in this album, this could be a biography of sorts. Also, he could be reffering to his own personal ascention to an inner peace after his heroin problems.
But let's hear what you think
Where do the sunbeams end and the starlights begin?
It's all a mystery