“The Spirt” and Seducing the Aryan Psyche

The Christian humiliates himself with an appalling disclosure of ignorance when he claims that the Apollonian cares only about “flesh,” while he about “transcendent spirit.” “Spirit” is Aryan woman and genes, through symbolism, abstracted. By abstracted, again, we include a second sense of this verb abstract, which means “to draw or take away; remove” or “to steal.”  […]

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Christianity and the Question of Unity

If Christianity becomes undiscussable, because of a female sensitivity from the Christian side, then like its secular manifestation, multiculturalism, it enjoys a female victory. And let no one be deceived, where the “honest” Christian cannot confront, like the woman, like the “wise serpent,” he will whisper and conspire to ostracize and ruin, unashamed of using malleable […]

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Mercury: The Philosopher, Priest, Prophet, Apostle, Wizard and Deceiver

Mercury, as a type, is a symbol of philosophers, priests and wizards. That he is a priest we see in his role as guide to the underworld. In fact the entirety of Christianity and “Western philosophy” —as sophistry, in its common “spiritual” non-Nietzschean form— might also be termed “Mercurial.” Many salient Christian writers [1] from […]

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The Stone: A Symbol of the Jewish God

The Jewish Encyclopedia relates: “The worship of sacred stones constituted one of the most general and ancient forms of religion; but among no other people was this worship so important as among the Semites.” [1] These stones were called Baetylus or Bethel[2] with comes from the Semitic bet el, “House of God.” They were believed […]

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