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Paganism, Nazism, Satanism

Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 28, 2007, 09:15:12 PM
Which one's the best?

Dunkelheit

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 28, 2007, 09:22:41 PM
Nazism almost created a new paganism. Satanism collapses into petty individualism coupled with hedonistic desires. As for what is the "best", I'd go with Paganism. But what is important in this day and age is to extract the values and outlook inherent in these religions and apply it to the modern world. We no longer need personified deities to express these things. These figures can live on as allegories or nicknames to natural forces, but worship of "gods" would be pointless at this stage.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 28, 2007, 11:32:40 PM
In this day and age all of these "neo" movements are just reactionary to Christianity.

"The more he blasphemes the more he praises God."

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 29, 2007, 12:46:09 AM
Nothing neo can be reactionary. Reactionaries are defined as an old order attempting to resist a rising new order. Christianity is/was the old order in our time and many Christians have reactionary leanings.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 29, 2007, 01:26:29 AM
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In this day and age all of these "neo" movements are just reactionary to Christianity.

"The more he blasphemes the more he praises God."


That quote only applies so long as the blasphemer believes they are blasphemous, in such recognizing god. A man who has never heard of god or his teachings cannot be a blasphemer. Because he knows not what blaspheme is.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 29, 2007, 07:22:52 AM
all of these things have their positives in certain circumstances and can be a great realm of discovery for helping to overcome this moronic world.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 29, 2007, 11:41:54 PM
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Which one's the best?


They're all the same.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 02:54:58 AM
None of them are needed, just like religions are useless and/or any other form of mass belief.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 02:56:49 AM
Paganism has some good ideas, as does Satanism. i could not see myself following either, though.

Nazism is for the foolish, however. what an absurd belief.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:04:14 AM
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None of them are needed, just like religions are useless and/or any other form of mass belief.


Some form of shared values system is always needed.

Without it, you have anarchy, which allows those with the stupidest beliefs to prevail.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:06:22 AM
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Some form of shared values system is always needed.

Without it, you have anarchy, which allows those with the stupidest beliefs to prevail.


Also there's the possibility that the strongest ones will prevail upon the stupidest ones. no?

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:09:05 AM
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Also there's the possibility that the strongest ones will prevail upon the stupidest ones. no?


Not really. Smarter people have things to create, but dumb people have nothing to do but lie in wait and try to steal.

Think about it: the best peoples originated in areas where they were hard to reach.

They ran away from the masses so they could exist without morons stealing, lying, raping, cheating, and being otherwise parasitic.

It's easy as hell to live near the equator. Great civilizations arising there are few and quickly degenerated.

Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:15:27 AM
That's true, like Mayans per example. Their culture completely degenerated long before the arrival of the Spanish 'conquistadores'.
But in this case the "stupid" people was the strongest one as well. Just like in our modern society, the weak ones are those go get to the higher levels in our society. How we praise actors? or basketball players?
Rappers? models?. The list is longer.


Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:21:45 AM
The Mayans got destroyed from within because too many stupid lazy people outbred the original population, who came from Siberia.

This says a lot:

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Western society is not set up to nurture intelligent children and adults, the way it dotes over athletes and sports figures, especially the outstanding ones. While we have the odd notable personality such as Albert Einstein, we also have many extremely intelligent people working in occupations that are considered among the lowliest, as may be attested by a review of the membership lists of Mensa (the club for the top two percent on intelligence scales).
 
http://www.scribd.com/doc/8778/Why-Intelligent-People-Tend-To-Be-Unhappy


Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
November 30, 2007, 03:27:07 AM
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The Mayans got destroyed from within because too many stupid lazy people outbred the original population, who came from Siberia.

This says a lot:



Sounds to me like a description of the modern society. Too many useless morons.. Where's natural selection when you need it?