According to Hindsight liner notes the title of The Golden Dawn is from drummer Richard Ploog, perhaps representing one of the contributions that can be credited only for Ploog. Liner notes also describe it as a slippery instrumental. That is partially true as it has usually slipped off my radar and I usually listen to it when I have left the album just playing after Life Speeds Up, which is easily the more interesting b-side of The Blurred Crusade-singles.
There is some whispering in the background but no source in the internet has found anything meaningful or comprehensible there although SK clearly suggests that there should be something. Maybe there is but I don´t have equipment to isolate that track and fade others. Perhaps it´s even done backwards with a satanic message in true vinyl era fashion. With some kind of lyrics this could have been given a bit more character. There is not enough meat to sustain interest. At 2:00 mark the song adds some more gears and again at 3:30 to build for the ending that falls flat on a meaningless guitar solo and whispering. I just hope all the time that there was something more but there isn´t.