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Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit


Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit
December 06, 2007, 01:07:03 PM
ANUS has long been in support of a social order structured around a caste system.  Arguably the best and most organised version of this system is the one used by the Hindus, in Ancient India.  The two highest castes were known as Brahmins and Kshatriyas.  The Brahmins were responsible for relaying spiritual knowledge to the Kshatriyas who exercised control over the masses.  During this time castes were defined by bloodlines, and since there was very little intermingling between castes, there rarely arose a situation where someone was not suitable for their caste.  This was possible of course and exceptions were occasionally made but for the most part this was unnecessary because the social order was already established.  When a member of any caste chose to intermingle with another they were stripped of their status and became 'untouchable'.

     The Hindus knew of a time when this system would be destroyed.  Not only in India (which is currently undergoing a reform designed to destroy the core of Hinduism) but in all countries around the world there has been a direct assault on any type of social order.  Castes have been replaced by capitalism, essentially removing social order and ensuring that modern society is motivated purely by greed or 'self-interest'.  This time is called the Kali Yuga, or dark age, in Hindu scripture, when spirituality is absent and civilisation is ruled by chaos.  The castes have all but been destroyed.

     What is important now is not bloodlines, modern society has become too disorganised for these to be of much use.  What is important now is that the Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit rise up against this chaos and attempt to prevent the further destruction of traditional values.  Perhaps in another age we would have been Sudras, and we would have served our function well, but now all those who are capable, and who feel an affinity with the higher castes must assume their role.  This is what ANUS and CORRUPT are for, to bring these people together and ensure that this knowledge is not forgotten, and hopefully, to minimise the damage that modern society will cause in the transition to a healthier one.

Re: Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit
December 06, 2007, 02:03:01 PM
I agree with you when you say that without spirituality society turns into chaos. But most of the population cannot find spirituality on their own, they need to be guided, thanks to religion.

I do not agree with your mixing of bloodlines and castes. I think that different cultures should live in their proper sovereign enviroments, and perhaps this is what you meant by bloodlines. Castes should not and would not be necessary in this case.

Re: Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit
December 06, 2007, 02:57:28 PM
We should arrange castes by how funny and ironic people are.

At the very top, we can have the entertainers. They work for the large movie studios and so are totally ironic in that they are getting paid to take money from idiots.

Then come the hipsters. These are the irony warriors of the population. They have no money, and no clue, but they are able to start their own progressive grindcore bands with emo and blues influences, and so will always be unique.

Finally, there are the wiggers. This is everyone else, from the least ironic homeless person to a perpetually non-ironic banker or pornography whorelet. Their job is to do their jobs and earn more money than the other groups, so they can be ironically hip in the end.

Re: Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit
December 06, 2007, 04:45:38 PM
Well thought, such organization would be greatly enjoyable. Do not mind what I said on castes.

Re: Brahmins and Kshatriyas of the spirit
December 07, 2007, 04:14:47 AM
Caste still exists, genetically.

From what I understand, although most Hindus would rather forget about their former societal structure, many families in India still marry into their own castes by default. Many progressive types think capitalism is the silver bullet that will destroy caste on the subcontinent once and for all. From personal experience, the spiritual aspect of caste is no longer a factor among Indians. All that remains is a pathetic semblance of egotism--that is to say, many Indians in the States claim to be of Kshatriya origin, but all they do is amass material wealth and social status in a Vaisya (jewish?) fashion.

The major problem with the so-called "Kshatriyas of the spirit" is that they are incapable of acknowledging a caste above them. Evola, for example, made some pretty underhanded attacks at Guénon's reputation, although the latter was certainly the superior metaphysician (if Evola can even be considered a metaphysician proper). Once again, egotism gnaws at the foundations of Tradition. In areas untouched by Western ideals, however, a sense of duty and place still prevails.