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Interzone / Coping with cold climate in outdoor life
« on: April 29, 2013, 09:20:16 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.

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Interzone / Speed reading
« on: January 26, 2013, 05:34:13 PM »
I find it rather difficult to get a satisfactory reading comprehension at reading speeds over 240 words per minute.

Some claim to be able to read at much higher speeds without loss of complete comprehension.

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Interzone / Traditionalism texts recommendations
« on: November 04, 2012, 08:41:12 PM »
I'm not well versed in the philosophy usually called traditionalism.

Could someone who are recommend some texts from these writers like Guenon, Schuon, Nasr or Lings or the likes?

http://www.frithjofschuon.info/public/library/books_articles.aspx

Evola is probably already well known to most readers, so let´s forget about him for now.


When going into a new subject, the greatest challenge is to sort out something you can truly appreciate. And ofcourse most want not to spend too much time reading, so try to mention some works, that made a thorough impression on you, if you can.

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Interzone / Facing reality as Mother Earth created it
« on: October 20, 2012, 08:54:29 AM »
When discussing philofophy, metaphysics or anything other very abstract, it is impossible to verify who is correct, and who are wrong.

It's easy to make a bold position, as it will have no actual concequences, and whatever position you chose will not influence much in your physical life. Our value as philosophers and internet polemisists are never truly tested.

It is kind of similar with our choises in life : There is a bureaucratic state that holds out its hand under us even if we act as dimwits and take krokodil, jenkem and just sits before the TV. It supports us and all of our children!

But outside of this HUMAN CONSTRUCTED WORLD there is a harder reality.

Imagine if all the Metal Hall posters were stranded on a remote island, and they had to face this hard reality where all of their choises and posistions, they chose, had consequences.

The island had limited resources, and only one or a few could manage to survive so long that the summers merchantships would sail past.

The black metal bitchfighters set themselves in a circle to decide upon what to do. §Trancix says "Let the most intellectual be the grammar king of the island." Crow says "Let the most experienced be the king." ...... What do you say ?

The metalheads sits scowling at is other with sligthly tembling hands. This is going to explode anytime!

When we meet reality as Mother Earth created it, who will enherit the earth?

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Interzone / Sinners burn in Hell!
« on: October 04, 2012, 08:07:11 AM »
The true mark of genius is with the one that produces something wonderful out of nothing. Others migth follow and imitate, though they might not have the quality that the original creative mind had.

Many eminent scientists that laid the foundation of the modern science, turned to the study of religion. F.e. Newton, Descartes and Blaise Pascal who said :

“When I consider the brief span of my life, swallowed up in the eternity before and behind it, the small space that I fill, or even see, engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces which I know not, and which know not me, I am afraid, and wonder to see myself here rather than there; for there is no reason why I should be here rather than there, nor rather now than then”

Because of so called gene-culture co-evolution religion have become an integral part of the humans cosmological understanding of the existence.

It is peculiar that where animals have a natural habitat, where they fit, humans also have a cultural habitat, that they need in order to act natural.

To be realistic about human nature : They work not by rational, but they decide upon things by intuition and fuzzy logic, and thereafter they invent a rational explanation, that can fit the assumptions and feelings----backwards thinking is the natural human way.

All what the masters have invented they stretched all their rational powers to do. We will never be able to go to that level, but the technology and wonderful infrastructure yet gives us power beyond our rational capability.

We live in a way that is effective yet not fitting human nature.

That's why the old aristocrats designed Christianity so that people knew their place as destructive sinners before God, and that they owed him their lives.

If black metal ever is to have a revival, it will be as inquisitional and holocausting against the heathen, and as proposing a human induced apocalypse. Hooded monks chantings before the burning witch, knigth templars raping the heathen before sending them to Hell!

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Interzone / Grady Towers
« on: September 07, 2012, 07:03:46 PM »
http://216.224.180.96/~prom/oldsite/articles/Outsiders.html

Good argumentation for some issues you are already aware of.

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Interzone / Mentors of Kaczynsky
« on: August 24, 2012, 09:38:29 PM »
Dear fellow knights-templar and jihadists!

I found recently, that Kaczynsky had authored a book, mostly containing letters, called Technological Slavery. In the foreword he says he is no original thinker, and cites a Jacques Ellul as a main inspiration for his thougths on the dangers of technology. In an interview he also mentions some Christian anarchists writers.

I never heard of these his mentors before.

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