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The Body is the Antithesis of the Spirit

We celebrate and indulge in all that belongs to the body, such as physical attraction and sex, prestige and power, material possessions and wealth, popularity and self-interest or selfishness.

The body is made of matter, and is the lowest principle found in nature. It is in some sense evil, and in another sense unintelligent, or just plainly stupid.

It is the sign of a dark age that we have lost that which belongs to the spirit, and have begun to worship the body.

To be a real person means to be in a balance with ones body and spirit. In medieval society most of the population had no choice other than to live strictly ascetic, which was seen as a sign of a true mark of religious devotion and honesty against the hypocrisy and self-indulgence of the upper classes.

Today the opposite has happened, or rather that is the case for Western Civilization. We indugle in the body above all else. This is the definition of decadence.

Both of these attitudes and lifestyles are wrong. There need to be a balance between the body and spirit, though the spirit should subsume the body under its control so that the body does not interfere with spirit and reason.

This is because the maintainance of the body is essential for the health of the spirit. We need to give to the body what belongs to the body. This include proper food and exercise, but also a certain amount of selfishness, sex and will to power. Suppressing these bodily forces results in dysfunction in the exchange and connection between spirit and body.

The body is evil, base and stupid, but in this life we cannot separate ourselves from it. We are intrinsically connected to it. Therefore we need to listen to it, and contain it by letting it speak and act at various times, but never as such overpowering the spirit. We control it by controlled indulgence, and that is the only proper way to exist.

The West has forgotten this wisdom, and therefore it is bound to its inevitable doom.

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What We Want Less and More of

The world is corrupt, and you know what? It always was, and it always will be. This is our home and destiny though, and we want to undo and prevent evil and perversion as far as it is possible in this life. Now that we are here and know that we one day shall be gone, we might as well try to leave the world in a better state, simply because we love humanity and we want it to thrive.

The 21. century is a complicated affair. For most people in Western Europe, the world seems quite stable, and, well, life is good. We have lots of food on the table, and we can afford a lot more than just the essentials.

Since the destruction of the Soviet Union, things have been pretty good around here, most would properly reason.

But this stability simoultaneously means that people are giving up on their ideals. Since things seems good right now, what are the point of trying to improve it? But our politicians take advantage of this, even fostering it. While smiling at the cameras they slowly roll back two fundamental forces in our civilization, the welfare state and the human rights.

They boil the frog slowly, which means we don’t really notice it, and that way they avoid mass demonstrations and direct action. But someday the piss will turn cold, and when the public finally notice they won’t have any rights, and thus cannot stop it. Well, whatever! Until that day, we are still free to dream. Here is what we should have less and more of.

What we want less of:

We want less commercials dictating that we should own big televisions, luxurious mansions and have lots of romantic experiences with zero responsibility. Neither do we care about easy money or the life of rockstars. The American Dream is a dead end. Materialism might look impressive to some, but it is hollow when it is opened to see what is within. It was always a corrupt and damaged substitute for real and meaningful dreams and desires.

We don’t care anymore for people who deny a meaningful sense of obligation towards life.

Our new big problem is now not Leftism in its various shapes and sizes, but a new wave of Reactionary thugs and aspergers who want to make the Ku Klux Klan hot again, and they have found a powerful leader in Vladimir Putin, which makes them bold and vicious. Less right-wing terrorists would be desirable.

We want less trolls and bots to corrupt public opinion. We scarcely notice it right now, but the authorities are lying when it comes to bot activity on the Internet. I do not know exactly who is to blame, but bots have become sophisticated brainwashing tools. One can see the utility. Imagine comment sections on social media gigants such as Facebook and Youtube and online newspapers such as New York Times being overrun by bots with radical opinions. Being exposed to this in huge numbers on a daily basis will over time corrupt the opinions of weak persons.

Less Communistic ideation. Things have value because people desire it, is available only for a high price and exist only in small quantities. By destroying the class system, we destroy aspiration, and therefore the joy of life. We want to be free to excell.

We don’t want anymore internet. The Internet was cool, anarchistic and open-minded for some time, but now it is just another brainwashing tool. May it rest in peace, the last true bastion of freedom before the world ends.

What we want more of:

Meaningful experiences. Meaningful experiences are based on neither pleasure nor pain, though they might contain both of these elements. Meaning comes paired with wonder and awe, because it allow us to grasp something that is of extreme importance to our life and our place in a higher cosmos and order. This often comes along with suffering, because it makes us understand how insignificant and vulnerable we are. We are not the special snowflakes that our parents deceived us to believe we are.

More wisdom. Wisdom allows us to understand ourselves and the world we live in. Like the above, it is usually bought in pain. We remember how Odin had to sacrifice himself in order to gain knowledge of the runes.

We want to be reconciled with dead. Most of us are completely disillusioned about death and would do anything to avoid it. But this universe is based on change, and to keep it dynamic and vital, dead is a necessary component. Nothing here is eternal, as that would imply stagnation and inability, instead of a constant motion between creation and annihilation. This doesn’t reconcile us with our inevitable demise, but at least it explains why it is essential that it should happen.

Finding a trusthworthy partner. Being a person who is far from the mainstream, I find it hard to find someone to love. This is because people love their own reflections. They search for a partner they think will complete them as human beings. Or stated slightly differently, they want to satisfy their lust and then benefit from their partners success and status by having it for themselves by association. Well it’s not that black and white, but it’s not far from the truth either. I have chosen a path different from 95% of humanity, and it is hard to locate those 5% of which I have something in common.

Idealistic politicians instead of boring administrators and bureaucrats. We want someone who can awaken our spirit, and can bring us hope and the strength necessary to makes this world of our a more sublime place.

A generel fealing towards asceticism, but never in extreme measures. Though a total and complete rejection of modern consumer culture.

More untouched wilderness, and a less ambitious (greedy) humanity. We love wilderness partly because it sustains us, but more importantly because of its beauty. Our society is properly the first society to confuse vulgarity with beauty.

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We Are Part Of A Lesser World


Matter is evil, but not in the sense of moral evil such as injustice and crime, but in the sense of being inferior. It is worse than consciousness, but is still ordered by its degree of partaking in beauty.

In the same way, this world have been created by an inferior being, usually called the Demiurge. This is obvious because only something inferior could have brought forth evil.

Only a being of a lesser and corrupt nature could have created a world full of abominations. Compared to the world made of light, this world is a nothingness of shame and regret. It is, in some sense, stupid or unintelligent because of its designer. It is of bad quality.

Because of this, we humans too are of an inferior sort. This is a lesser world that we are a part of; it is the world of Satan.

Christ was an incarnation of the Highest Reality, sent into the inferior world to free humans from it. He is our Saviour who deliver us from evil and the entanglement with matter.

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Matter And Consciousness

The two most fundamental substances found in this universe is consciousness and matter. We know of beings which consist solely of matter, namely trees and plants. Trees and plants are living beings, but contrary to mankind, they consist solely of a body, whereas mankind consist of both consciousness and matter, or in other words, of a soul and body.

If some beings consist solely of a body, while others have both soul and body, we might conceive beings consisting only of consciousness without a body, but since we haven’t observed a being like that, we are unsure if they exist.

Now, since we consist of both body and soul, we need to maintain both and keep them in an optimal condition. Bodies are maintained by what belongs to the body, which is namely food and drink, and when food and drink are in plente supply like it has become in modernity, the body needs effective exercise.

Maintaning the soul is another matter. Here we think primarily of healthy social interaction, putting the theory of the virtues into practice, gaining wisdom, and having a profession (which requires intelligence, which is a matter for the soul).

We see the body as something that must be overcome, because it is constituted by matter which is inferior and evil. What belongs to the body is the vices, and the number one vice of the modern world is hedonism.

Hedonism is the same as seeing the body as more important than the soul, whereas we know consciousness to be of a more important and advanced stage of life than the body. To the body belongs unhinged sexual desire, the search for power, arrogance, and all kinds of evil deeds too many to enumerate.

In this way modernity represents not an evolution or a progression from something worse, but rather the opposite. Modernity, as a thought process, is a perversion of the truth. The human race has – in the ideological sense – gone from something higher, consciousness, to something lower, matter or the body.

The only way out of this prison which is the world is to find the transcedent True God.

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The Tough Ascent

Private property is an impediment on the way to enlightenment and God. You can own the essentials, but you must not fall into the trap of consumerism and the “keeping up with the Joneses” mentality. You want to separate yourself from them, though it comes with a great price.

We call them ‘herd animals’ which is a collective noun. Using a collective noun in this context means that they are alike and act like a unit, but this at the same time excludes having autonomy and originality. Mediocracy is base, because it implies being limited in areas such as personality, intelligence, and creativity.

They follow a script laid down to them from their ancestors, and while this is to some degree an advantage since tradition is formed out of experience, it denies them the possibility of making decisions for themselves. They reason that if everybody else is doing it, then they must be personally blameless, and it also affords them the extra security of having a trusted authority make the decisions for them.

They have become secondhand human beings because they always conform to the doctrines of the herd. This means that they are not as such capable of genuine thoughts. They haven’t thought it through themselves, and because they refrain from doing this (they might stick out, you know?) they lack depth in their understanding of the world around them, and they are mostly crude and inconsiderate despite seemingly being polished.

The development of the bourgeois class is a typical case of undisciplined morality and unawareness. Once when they were still without rights and ruled by the clergy and nobility, they were more than willing to extend their struggle to include the destitute and working class. Yet when society became a bourgeoisie society par excellence, as it is now especially in Scandinavia, they are slowly stripping away the rights of the lower classes.

This was to be expected because wealth and privilege create selfish brats. That’s just the way it has always been. There is a fascist monster lurking inside every intellectual, banker, lawyer, merchant, but it only comes out at the appropiate time. That time is coming now.

If you go it alone, then beware. But you must do it, and fight through it. No, you won’t be a polite subject at the dinner table, but at least you faced the world with open-mindedness combined with courage, love, and curiosity, and not the stifling ineptitude that comes from never having experimented with truth and reality.

Since you had too see it for yourself, your wings were scorched when you reached the Sun. And so you fell down hard and broke you bones, and you were blinded and could no longer see what they see. Lastly you were humiliated by the crowd for having such audacity against their heathen idols and stupid superstitions.

But despite your handicaps, you are better of than them, because you attained to the height of human understanding, and you still carry the memory in your heart. You feel death closing in, that the world that used to be open to all possibilities are becoming finite and defined.

Now, but you need only reach out for God, then He will carry you onwards to your final destiny. He is your heart, your essence – your past, present, and future – and your ultimate destiny and destination. This you know in your heart, and they can never erase it. How could it be otherwise?

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Zero Mercy For Traitors And Hedonists

Long lost battlefields of ancient kingdoms
The world is complicated but you need not fear
Men out there who are violent without remorse
People who will scare you as you wander through
What good do you think denial will do?
You are here so you must own up to it
Be torn from your beliefs and be naked in front of God
Someday perhaps the secret will unfold

Until then remember you are a man
See the earth beneath you so few flowers there
Behold the earth as we set out to colonize it
To extract whatever pleasure it might contain
We crush flowers beneath our feet
Destroy them as we realize ourselves complete
Nature and reality, that which paints the sunset red
Relentlessly pursuing our passions
Subsuming what we can beneath our will
Realizing our inherent fragility
Terrorists have no sentiment for what they kill

We wander on regardless
Having no mercy for the killers as they face their fate
Realizing that the world will end
Nothing is certain we don’t know what the night brings
The wilderness cares not for broken thoughts
It was never within your power to judge
Hold on to the Messiah and carve your way through
This environment as it changes by the strangeness of the will
The magic is out there though it is empty within

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Why Hedonism Is Always Wrong

Hedonism has become the basic philosophy for much of the world, not only Western civilization as many would suppose, but also else where such as China and Russia. Hedonism is the belief that the good of life is the pursuit of pleasure and the avoidance of pain, and this they construct their life by.

People have become obsessed by pleasure. It is everywhere in our mainstream culture, yet most people cannot recognize it, because they have no clue that life could have other ends. Let’s turn our attention at hip hop music. The basic ideas common to all hip hop artists are the need and desire to accumulate riches, fame, and power, and the degenerate idea that you need to own a lot of costly consumer items, such as gold chains and very big televisions.

Hip hop represents everything that is wrong with our modern culture. But it is present everywhere else as well. We have become consumers instead of citizens. So we work jobs mainly because they give us social status, and second because then we can buy more stuff. And the more luxurious items you own, the more your popularity will rise, and this will apparently increase your enjoyment of life, if we are to believe the official narrative.

Hedonism has always been the unconscious philosophy for a great part of humanity. This is because it is easy to be fooled by its simple idea. We work, and then we want to enjoy the fruits of our work, and that will make us happy. So modern society never discusses the hard parts of ethics, those parts that takes strength of character, but only how we are to become happy and satisfied.

Yet there are other ways to exist than for the sake of pleasure. We could exist instead for the sake of virtue. Combined with a study of philosophy, this will allow us to face life in a genuine and responsive way. In other words, our actions could become beneficial to ourselves and others, if only we could use our heart and reason together.

One way to start on this path, is to differ between necessary and unnecessary pleasure, because not all pleasures are bad. Pleasure is not bad in itself, but it must be a side-effect of a greater goal, and not a goal in itself. When by the wisdom achieved by the study of philosophy allows us to set things straight in our society, we are bound to experience pleasure. And pleasure in this sense is beneficial.

Necessary pleasures are those without which we could not function. Drinking and eating are two examples of this. We should drink and eat to maintain our health and wellbeing, but, aside from a few occasions once in a while, we do not need to eat luxurious food or drink wine that costs a thousand dollars a bottle.

We need to become concerned about the way we behave and carry ourselves, more than what our basic instincts tells us is right and good, or what is assumed by most people nowadays. Yes, man is by nature an animal and a brute, but he can arise by his use of reason and become something superior.

Modern society suggests that it is good to be reckless and licentious and greedy, and thereby they are simultaneously digging their own graves. But you could rise above it, and thus make the world better.

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Like An Athlete

There are many ways to fail in obtaining a goal, but they all boil down to two main causes which are, first, ignorance, and second, that you simply ran out of luck.

The last one cannot be overcome, but the first one can.

Like an athlete, we know how to train, but most people do not consider what else is behind a successful athlete.

A superior athlete knows not only when and how they are supposed to train, but also when they should relax, so that their muscles can repair themselves. Movement is always followed by rest, and if you think you can do too much at the same time, you are sure to fail.

Another failure caused by ignorance is trying to fulfill too many goals at the same time. If you spend your energies on a lot of different goals, you will never reach perfection in any of them. You have to sacrifice everything for the pursuit of a maximum of two or three goals.

Have you ever seen a boxer simultaneously being a marathon runner? I bet you haven’t because a boxer’s physique cannot adapt to a marathon.

We are like athletes of the mind: each day we push on and we gain a little, which will accumulate in the end. And each day, when the sun sets, we rest so that we can greet the following day with another perfectly executed part of a seemingly never ending cyclus.

We are passionate about what we are doing. Sometimes it feels as if it is our passion that lives, and no longer us. Nothing could be more detrimantal to our wellbeing than being unable to train for our marathon.

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China Shows Us Our Future

The totalitarians do not desire any resemblance of a just society. All they want is to build a system of perfect control that cannot be overthrown.

They will pacify the population as they have done in Scandinavia. Here people seem to be in a perpetual state of bliss, which means that they have also become numb and domesticated – quite like cattle – and therefore not a threat to the system. Who would want to become an activist or partake in a demonstration when everything seems to be “just fucking perfect”?

But inside they are the hollow people. Any spirit or soul they once possessed has been eaten mercilessly by a hypocritical system that instructs them that freedom is slavery, and that happiness is to be depressed about ones life.

Then they install desires in them that can only be achieved by becoming a loyal citizen. You have to obey us and go to your job. Then you will be better than the sorry assholes who are jobless and accordingly have no friends, cannot attract a mate, and do not own a house. But inside they know that they are living a lie.

I mean, have you seen them? These people who have worked thirty years at a government office and each day go home to a wife or husband that they haven’t truly loved for the past fifteen years. An early death would be a preferable destiny.

They have lost their spirit, properly because they never had any. To have spirit means to be alive in the sense that you are amazed about life and the possibilities it contains. If you have spirit, nothing in the world can stop you from exploring this great realm. Not even the government you love because you would stick out from the crowd if you didn’t.

China shows us our future: a maddening system where all true creativity and love have been replaced by fear and submission. Our only option is to overthrow the system now before it is too late forever.

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