‘Only Orga [humans] believe what cannot be seen or measured…’
—Gigolo Robot to David in the film A.I.
Years ago, when I blogged here without counter-signalling what white nationalists said in other forums, I sometimes had as many as two thousand daily visitors. Together with the donations, these statistics collapsed when I started criticising them. I am not going to blog as I did before as, after crossing the psychological Rubicon, there is no going back.
In ‘How Awake Are You?’ Mauricio is right that the leap from a naïve white nationalism to a mature one is as dizzying as crossing a suspension bridge. The transit is, in fact, much more spatially extensive than what it may seem at first glance with mere blog texts.
For example, secular pro-whites maintain atavisms of the previous paradigm, as the belief in the hereafter.
If one revises the texts in The Fair Race about the healthiest moments of the Aryan—Sparta (as unlike the Athenians the Spartans did not have sex with the native Mediterraneans), the Early Rome, the Germans who conquered the decadent Rome, the Vikings and the men of the Third Reich—we won’t see an obsession with the hereafter. Decadent whites became obsessed with death only in the mongrelized Imperial Rome, the dark Middle Ages and more recently with the flowering of the New Age. Even in the most lucid moments of Christendom, let’s say Elizabethan England that flourished thanks to the expulsion of the Jews, we don’t see this obsession with the hereafter. Shakespeare for example seems far more akin to secular Montaigne than the ‘spiritual’ madness of the New Age. (By the way, there isn’t anything genuinely ‘spiritual’ in the New Agers’ beliefs and I hate that they still use that term referring to crazy metaphysical systems.)
The white nationalists who argue that, since prehistory, man believed in life after death are ignorant in one respect. Those same men practiced, at the same time, horrific infanticide rituals—by billions!
I confess that most of my life I believed in life after life. These beliefs began to diminish more or less at the stage when I realised that my belief in psychokinesis was unfounded. But the spiritual odyssey of one does not say anything to the other, unless they intend to cross the psychological Rubicon.
Perhaps the best way to overcome this afterlife obsession is to study the Jews, starting with Kevin MacDonald’s first book: my favourite of his trilogy. In that book it is striking that, unlike Christians, Jews base their Judaism not on the hereafter but on the here and now and in a tribal way: not in an individualistic manner like the Christian (‘Save your soul!’, ‘Get to heaven!’). If we take into account that the healthiest moments of Greece and Rome were also focused on the here and now, it is obvious what we have to do.
But I don’t get my hopes up. I know that very few white nationalists will cross the suspension bridge, ‘the leap from 5 to 6’ in Mauricio’s list. They are much closer to Normieland than to the other side: the land of the winning Aryan. That shows not only in that secular nationalists share Christian ethics but other Christian cultural waste, such as the unhealthy obsession with an imaginary life after death.
Unobsessed with the afterlife, the Jew will continue to beat the Aryan unless the latter repudiates the last vestige of the Christian infection (see the video I embedded in my first comment in the comments section).
7 replies on “The land of the winning Aryan”
Sometimes I feel that afterlife — whether that is hell or heaven — is used as an excuse not to do anything in this life. But I’m not sure if I can articulate this feeling well.
If nationalists apostatised from their belief in the hereafter, they would be left only with the ‘here’: a golden opportunity to do something in the real world—instead of masturbating psychically with the idea that they will have a second chance in the next life.
That, too. But with the idea of hell, it’s like: why bother doing anything about your enemies in the real world when you can’t just comfort yourself that they’ll be punished after death? This is the feeling I get sometimes.
“Cattle die, kinsmen die,
all men are mortal.
But words of praise will never perish
nor a noble name.”
That’s in the Viking Havamal, and also in Pierce’s Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds.
I used to worry about the afterlife too. What I feared wasn’t Hell (doesn’t make sense), it was the ‘nothingness’, the disembodiment mentioned in the video. It puts a pressure on you – like a ticking clock til midnight.
Belief in reincarnation makes sense. Only 1% of your memories lives on on your descendants. Which 1%? The parts that served you most while struggling to thrive in this world.
Didn’t struggle? None of your memories will continue through the bloodline, because nothing you experienced is useful.
Struggled, but no descendants? That’s ok, the Blood will try again in another time, in another branch. Just make sure that, in that branch, your software is compatible with your hardware , or there will be no 1%. Without the 1%, there’s no reincarnation, only ‘nothingness’,
European hardware is not compatible with Xtian software.
Xtianity is corrupted software, while Civilization corrupts the hardware with miscigenation.
>words of praise
I was unaware that Pride and Vanity where all that the White Race stood for. Then again, it makes sense when you consider:
-Where Whites are getting their praise from (non-whites, as we see with the character Danerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones)
-How Whites are attaining noble names for themselves (by being the best anti-racists they can possibly be).
The White Race apparently still lives for words of praise and a noble name. They just aren’t getting them the way you personally want them to.
Must be tough to handle…
More like Courage and Honor.
It’s not so tough to ‘handle’, knowing that the Third Reich happened less than a century ago.
Myths are for Children,
so that they learn.
Archetypes for Adolescents,
who must be led.
Reality is Adults,
in short supply.