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PostSubject: Nietzschean Depression   Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:47 pm

The knowledge that philosophy is a mistake, the best among mistakes, that the complete European is possible, is an instinctual, immediate feeling. Upon reading Nietzsche, it becomes clear what one gets depressed from de-repressing: this obvious possibility will not become true for many hundreds of years.

The idiocy of mankind... Idiots don't realize how visceral of a feeling it gives, how immediate of a thwarting.

This shit could start tomorrow. But it won't.

Thence the strength needed, the strength to endure sillyness and weakness, to wait many generations for what is at hand.

Fuck you Iesus!

Fuck you Mohammad!

Fuck you Moses!

Every word is superfluous... Life is superfluous, and suicide doesn't help. The idiots are carving nothing into nothing, and it hurts not what they do but what the strong ones then do not do. The collaborating strong are the idiots... and we are all idiots sometimes. Finally, I understand nazis. The idiots named it the national socialist worker's party, and hired Hitler as their leader.

Passed the depression, as all depressions do, the time frame is put into perspective, and a mission appears.

A grim army are we...

Thank fuck for drugs.
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PostSubject: Re: Nietzschean Depression   Tue Jun 18, 2013 9:44 pm

"Wronged shall he live, insulted o'er, oppressed,
Who dares be less a villain than the rest.
Thus, sir, you see what human nature craves:
Most men are cowards, all men should be knaves.
The difference lies, as far as I can see,
Not in the thing itself, but the degree,
And all the subject matter of debate is only:
Who's a knave of the first rate?
All this with indignation have I hurled
At the pretending part of the proud world,
Who, swollen with selfish vanity, devise
False freedoms, holy cheats, and formal lies
Over their fellow slaves to tyrannize."


"Out of my Will to Health and to Life I made my philosophy.” --Nietzsche

"...awareness is nothing besides self-valuing in a changing environment." --Fixed Cross




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this: someone in
some future time
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PostSubject: Re: Nietzschean Depression   Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:27 am

Jes, fuck all those All-Is-One prophets. 
I was reminded of this issue today. In my early days of investigating Nordic philosophy (degraded into nazidom) I came across the fundamental difference between the Christians/Mohammedans/Judaists and the richer, more natural species of man - the belief on the side of the former that all can be reduced to a single law, thus essence, and the belief on the part of the latter that the world is fundamentally diverse, differentiated. No law for all. 

I think that this is where the healing process starts for us. And in this process I am willing to completely disband all of science, as it is all resting on the wish for a singular principle.

Value ontology is really the absence of a singular principle. Not even homogenous causality is required - VO actually allows for different strains of causality to work independently of each other. If no values are shared between self-valuings, then they do not interact, do not affect each other. 

A radical break with everything, including RM. I choose my own laws. I mean, the laws by which I wish to think. I will not serve a universal principle. 

Back to the mysticism, to magic, fuck sobriety, hail intoxication, art, rise of joy. 
And fuck waiting - I am starting, I have started, you are with me, with what I started. We just need to become bolder and conquer, grow. Courage and "madness".


" The strong do what they can do and the weak accept what they have to accept. "
- Thucydides
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PostSubject: Re: Nietzschean Depression   Fri Aug 12, 2016 4:22 pm

No, drugs won't help. Sorry.

Being nihilist won't help.

Banning science won't help.

Tossing the "all-is-one" shit will help.

Ridding one's self of the herd mentality will help.

Yes, the herd mentality is still alive and well. And the herd doesn't even know it. And they have no idea who their shepherd is. The herd will follow anyone willing to lead.

If we cannot break from the herd we should be considered "lost souls".
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PostSubject: Re: Nietzschean Depression   Sun Oct 02, 2016 7:22 pm

The complete European [Aryan] was looked for behind the distortion imposed on it by the foreign races- first distorted by the Asians through Plato, then the Jews in Rome, and finally Christianity, by Heidegger and the Nazis. Nietzsche got an intimation of it. Indeed that distortion took place, as I have been talking about recently in the threads on globalism. But Christianity became a necessary dream in which the original intuition by the Doric tribes of pre-Hellenes, the true original soul of Europe, was matured in secrecy: secrecy from itself. But with liberal secular humanism and the two great wars, Christianity has been lost to a rabble of disjointed sects, and to atheism. And the current liberal political schema, with the collapse of Christianity, has taken us into the myth of ideology fully, and the false politics of globalization and statism, which has led to the cultural annihilation of Europe.

So to get back to the original Doric intuition- Being's revelation to dasein in Heidegger's language, one must go through Christianity, rather than behind with something like his de-struktion of historical forms of being and metaphysic, or Nietzsche's transvaluation of values.

Thus, as Meister Eckart says, "Man's heart is the labor of created things, not of god, - for God dwelleth not there"; that we have need of some peirata technes, or a new anvil and hammer, to beat out the face of this our xoanon and accomplish the labor of the mortal kenosis of God and the immortal perisseia of the Son, * or differentiate the presiding theogon from the mythology of light and darkness, spirit and flesh, ** were a discernment easily arrived upon, though in what table in the New or old Testament, or other super-celestial formulae, the bronze-worker of human wisdom should find the instrument for his age's liberation, were a question hardly so lenient.

* The son performed the kenosis or emptying of himself. Perisseia; a remainder of sin after baptism.

** The xoanon marks the transition from aiconic to iconic symbolism. The theogon refers to the specifically Egyptian icon for celestial plurality in which the divine is identified with his own created pantheon. The text itself refers to differentiating the "theogon" of God from the equivalent mythology of spirit and flesh unfolding in the drama of God and Son.


A sik þau trûðu

Nisus ait, "Dine hunc ardorem mentibus addunt,
Euryale, an sua cuique deus fit dira cupido?"

Have the gods set this ruling passion in my heart,
or does each man's furious passion become his god?
- Virgil.

It is not opium which makes me work but its absence, and in order for me to feel its absence it must
from time to time be present.-- Antonin Artaud
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PostSubject: Re: Nietzschean Depression   Sun Oct 09, 2016 6:08 am

One must go beyond religion if one is to ever find themselves. All religions.

And one should never assume oneself to be a god.

Return to nature.
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