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[i] Christian: the world is static—Christians aspire towards stasis. Their heaven is once and forever, it is as permanent as damnation; there is one truth, one Church, one saviour—one way. Hence the Christian ideal is for nothing to change—for the 1,000 years of Christendom nothing really changed.

The concept “personal growth” is anathema to Christians—their view is not organic. Christians despise nature, because nature is fecund and sex is sin—you do not “grow” in Christianity, you accept the Church and then you abase yourself, punish yourself, like Christ on the Via Dolorosa until you are bent so low as to enter the kingdom of heaven.

You are not a tree—you do not grow, you never change, just like the Original Sin never changes. Selah.

Per Augustine, a dualist who supposedly left a dualist heresy, it’s left/right, true/false, orthodox/heretic, damned/saved—the worldview is binary, there’s no space to grow, there’s no spectrum: you’re either saved or damned, in the final analysis. So to become a Christian is the end—it is death, because like death you will never move again, just shrivel downwards into heaven (hell).

There’s purgatory, sure, but if you read men like Augustine then purgatory is a pretty small place—if you’re thinking “well, I muddled along—perhaps I’ll get purgatory” you don’t understand Christianity.

A rabbi once said that the problem today (it was probably about 360 AD when he said it) is that people cannot bow low enough to see there is a God—and this is the same attitude found in Christianity, if the dogs are licking your sores, you’re on the right track (though you can never know, because it is a sin to know—you just have to hope, the sores might be a punishment from God, might be due to the devil in you. We can’t tell).

[ii] Aryan: the world is dynamic—Aryans aspire towards growth. The Aryan afterlife, per Virgil and the Buddha, is a dynamic process—the astral light returns to its stars and then is filtered, after it has been bathed in the Lethe, so as to forget itself, to earth (although some people, like Buddha, cut the cord and may return to liberate other people—but their cut cord isn’t the static contemplation of a God, it’s a dissolution into cosmic consciousness).

There is no permanent heaven and no permanent damnation—there is a heaven and hell in Virgil, which the Christians swiped, so neo-pagans who are influenced by Nietzsche who think there’s no such thing are wrong, but punishment is not eternal (that would be unjust and ignoble); rather, souls are “dry washed” clean—or, if totally wicked, just cease to exist altogether and have no continuation.

The love of God, of the Godhead, is not an like an Oriental despot who looks down on people, who loves us as a master loves his servant—rather, per Aristotle, God’s love draws us upwards, we are compelled to move upwards (further, the Godhead is an impersonal force at the end of time). This is because the European model is to pursue excellence (arête)—and that means to grow upwards towards the light, to become more excellent, to rise up.

For the Christians, this is pride—and, really, it is to become as a god (which Jews and Christians seek to achieve in another way, not through a movement upwards but through self-abasement into “the big 0, eternity”).

Hence everything about Aryan civilisations is dynamic—being is becoming, the journey is the destination. At the moment, that takes the form of material dynamism, as opposed to the static spiritual situation imposed by Christian lies—since Christianity is a mass religion, not an aristocratic religion, it must lie to make people believe and the Church fathers commended it.

Christians often say “nobody believes anymore”, but they are like the boy who cried wolf—they lied all the time, vomited “holy forgeries”,  and now nobody believes what is true about their religion.

Europeans are schizoid, split, because they run these two ethe in parallel to each other—but these are really contradictory and, at a certain level, incompatible, because it is an attempt to impose a means to connect with eternity on a people who are not like the Jews or the Arabs—the eventual outcome is that the first belief system is destroyed by its lies, since Europeans are revolted by lies, but, because it salted the earth for 1,000 years, the exit from its lies is into dynamic but total atheism and materialism.

You see the contradiction in the Conservative Party’s tree logo, the Church of England is “the Conservative Party at prayer”—but the tree is not a Christian symbol, it’s a symbol of nature, aristocracy, and growth (it’s Aryan—Charles I is hidden in it).


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