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Interzone / Re: Creating a new religion
« on: May 31, 2013, 01:16:53 AM »
The centre of human culture and personal life is spirituality and religion.

Of course Christianity is about dead today.

We need the eastern thougths as it is only in some of these religions the metaphysical truths have been explained in letters.

Most of the eastern religious movements in the West are too much focused on the indian, tibetan form , so much, that some of them seem unable to explain even the most basic core of metaphysics behind the religion!

They want the tibetan incence and the singingbowls, but have they heard about the four noble truths?

Religion today is mostly an identity procuct, that people take on to themselves to look cool.

The yoga classes says : "You can get all these things, if you pay us your money, self confidence, happiness and success in your career." But they never seems focused on the most important, the unspoken wisdom about your existence.

In reality humanity have already created the complete metaphysical science about existence in the upanishadic litterature and in early buddhism, but it need to be shaped to a western mode of life without loosing its essence, like it does with the New Age-movement.

Some says islam should shape the modern world into something more appriciateeable. Though, that culture is so focused on the dogma of the letter and on the inherent moral truths, just like the fault was with christianity.

If you ask me, people should be forced to convert to buddhism. They are already atheist, so all they have to realize is the selflessness to accomplish that.

Interzone / Re: Sharing.
« on: May 05, 2013, 11:12:18 AM »
In a bureaucracy many crappy people gain power by "networking" and having some diploma.

In many jobs you have to go 8 long hours with some bonobo type of person, whom you have to do what says and what's even worse stay on good foot with.

Not even with an academic education it seems today difficult to avoid those revengeful fags.

Interzone / Re: Booze, cigarette lighters and hairspray
« on: May 05, 2013, 11:10:52 AM »
They were prostitutes buffing up their hair in the lemosine, but the vengfull hand of God struck down and burned the propanegass or whatever there is in hairspray. Allahu akbar!

Interzone / Re: Coping with cold climate in outdoor life
« on: April 30, 2013, 10:17:46 AM »
During some summers in similar climate I slept with a blanket and perhaps under a large piece of plastic. It's a pretty exhausting lifestyle in the long run. But in winters under ~ minus 5 degree celcius I can't sleep in a tent without a matress and extra thick blankets.
Besides, hiking every day seems to rocket the energy consumption, so I wonder how you could do that for two years with health intact.
Perhaps you could write an article on how to do such a thing and survive?

Interzone / Coping with cold climate in outdoor life
« on: April 29, 2013, 02:20:16 PM »
I wonder how you managed to live in Canada through the winter. You must have had some  kind of hut.

It's always the problem getting through the nigth without freezing, as the body metabolism drops significantly.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 27, 2013, 01:07:42 PM »
Christianity cannot be understood throug the bible alone.

I think the bible has some holes. F.e. in WHY one should love ones neighbour, which is f.e. much clearer in Indian litterature.

Modern christianity is insane.

Real christianity must have the Greek-Roman spirit with it, besides of some non biblical wisdom.

My priest great-grandfather was asked by a man what to do : His wife had run off with some boy.

He thus said, you must go and beat that guy up, as the holy matrimony is unbreakable.

He then went and beat that guy and reclaimed his wife. And that was a very christian and moral thing to do.

Of course, no modern unbeliever prist would advise such, but rather advise to turn the other buttcheek.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 26, 2013, 01:26:26 PM »
The metaphysical truths can be explained in an approximate way, but no explanation is the metaphysical truths.

The "masses" are uniform in that they will not listen, as they already have made up their mind or don't care.

Anybody else are worth communicating with.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 26, 2013, 01:01:28 AM »

What if I put a cheese, you looked at, turned around, and in the meantime I replaced it with a piece of rubber replica, and you looked at it again.

Both observations would say it is the same cheese, but that obviously is wrong. The rubber does not smell or taste like a cheese.

I suppose, that what you mean by "is" withour processing is simply the experience of the visual impression of the yellow square cheeselike object. When you go to smell the object it is a different experience, and again with taste it "is" a new experience.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 25, 2013, 03:01:35 PM »
Well, in the world of changes there will always be the object-subject duality, so observing/experiencing a thing is always defining the thing in relation to something else.

The thing in the world of changes is never defined by putting it in relation to the thing itself, and it exists only as a relation to other things.

The idea of the Atma/Brahma experience is on the other hand that absolute subject experience of the absolute subject itself. I wonder if that is something like what you are talking about and perhaps we are speaking past each other.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 25, 2013, 01:10:56 PM »
Some philosophers seem like charlatans. Sometimes it's difficult to judge at a glance. But I found that the poetic stuff of Nietzsche(Zarathustra and Dionysos Dithyramben) and the essays of Schopenhauer were extremely important texts.

The old fashioned religious wisdom litterature such as the upanishads, the Dhammapada, Lao Tze etc, is something one must absorb in an active way and think about to integrate it in ones being.

Though, reading a text always requires you to be active as a reader to get something out of it.... But that can also be saids about looking at a tree.

Interzone / Re: Senses
« on: April 24, 2013, 12:02:01 AM »
Well, being more 'natural' is acting and being approximate to what we could call our natural tendencies, as they are programmed biologically.

For example what Kaczynski calls the power process, the way to get a feeling of fullfilment from life, is such a natural tendency that must be respected lest one become depressed or bored. We must also respect those deep lying tendencies which makes us humans in the first place.

Meeting all that insanity from early in life makes us tamed like caged beasts. Our attitudes are molded prehand after those patterns of our "caged" environment so we react in a certain way when we experience something new. Our "cage" and "taming" being that we adapt our attitudes to fit the absurd modern social consensus.

You know, evolution made you to be a huntsman and a farmer, and your natural cultural baggage should be integral to that to be natural.

Being an industry worker or an office drone in inhumane, undignifying, alienating in every way possible.

Interzone / Re: Senses
« on: April 23, 2013, 02:32:11 PM »
Yes, but my point was rather, that your biological attributes, like senses or personality characteristics, or something like reflexes, migth have been altered from what they would have been under  formation in a more natural environment.

Ofcourse, at any moment we must try to do our best with what we have, and not excuse any inaction with a victimization narrative.

Interzone / Re: Terrorism causes liberalism.
« on: April 23, 2013, 02:27:52 PM »
Such killings should be conducted in a systematic way, and not just against random people. We need the military organize aptitude tests and executions/sterilizations. Ofcourse, that will never be done at the present, but lets pray and hope that that will one day come to pass.

Interzone / Re: Senses
« on: April 23, 2013, 01:37:30 PM »
The Eskimos had near zero vision imparement before the colonization.

Some of the indians of the North also experienced an immense decay in dental health after the shift to european foods.

Us born under this horrible modern plauge have the modernity worked in under the skin to a large degree, but as we have never experience else, we will not be aware of how influenced we are by the modernitys plauge: not just in a cultural, but in a biological way.

Generation-X and onwards have been brainwashed in kindergartens and schools, where we have all been made about two times more fags than we would have been naturally, and we have been made 10 times more neurotic than naturally.

We can never wholly escape from ourselves, but the relief of being out and away can perhaps give a taste what lies in your natural aptitude as a non modern, natural person.

Interzone / Re: Liberalism causes terrorism
« on: April 21, 2013, 02:16:13 PM »
I would suggest, that people were forced to convert to buddhism or some other religion, and let them live in humble self owned houses with only the bedroom part built in double brick wall and isolated well, and the rest of the small houses made like a barn.

They should grow a lot of vegetables and have goats and rabbits, while the more starchy crops should be grown in a guild of the village.

All the uneccecary things of modern society should be illegal to produce.

Because we got the wonderful tractor and other technological things, the peasants should work only one day in the field, and the rest of the time spend on religion, musical endeavours or sports  etc.

The fundamental difference between such a feudal-theocractic model with the priestly and millitary nobles as leaders and the communist model lies mostly in that the former is centered around culture as it is defined and carried on mostly by the aristocracy. Both models manages things in a social way, but communism is  driven from bureaucracy and with all together different values.

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