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Interzone / Re: So nobody's making any poop comments?
« on: March 21, 2013, 08:47:16 PM »
Perhaps someone could go in and start a flamewar on the blog about the issue about the "puritan morality" versus "natural order of the universe."

By the way, many interessting, well written thoughts on that blog.

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Interzone / Re: So nobody's making any poop comments?
« on: March 21, 2013, 08:41:32 PM »
It's a way to be cool to put others down, so they quickly jump on the "bandwagon" if some faults are pointed out in others.

In fact, this social way of finding loosers are not at all a very reliable way to crush out actual losers and immoral people.

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Interzone / Re: So nobody's making any poop comments?
« on: March 21, 2013, 08:30:38 PM »
The pope and his paedopriests are preferable to the existential void of atheism and culturelessness.

One have a completely different outlook on the universe, when one are religious.

It makes you a different person to truly believe in such things---but that was the standard for the pre-modern man to believe such.

I was introduced to black metal via occultism, and I wonder if modern athesist ever can understand, that it is an artform expressing a very particular and special sentiment and meaning. Though I lost my childhood faith in astral parallel dimensions years ago.

Look at that personality cult :
http://thuleanperspective.com/2013/03/20/you-can-judge-a-book-by-its-cover/#comments

V.V. writes Immortal are immoral, and several fags comes to reply and sooth : "ohh Varg, you are such a stud, and Immortal are so untroo compared to you."

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Interzone / Re: Mystical Thinking.
« on: March 03, 2013, 09:08:57 AM »
Humans use fuzzy logic and they invent explanations for their doings even if they if they stemm from some feelings and hunches.

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Interzone / Re: Mystical Thinking.
« on: March 03, 2013, 09:07:12 AM »
For humans there are not really pure discursive thougth, unlike for a computer (if/then/else,) and neither purely intuitive thougth, as a feeling alway has an object


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Interzone / Re: Internet personalities
« on: February 23, 2013, 10:21:19 PM »


To quote Zarathustra : »I dislike your parties, there even the spectators are actors.«


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Interzone / Re: Good books on the vedas?
« on: February 18, 2013, 11:28:01 PM »
I wonder why you would avoid Max Müller. Is the translations imprecise?

He believed the deities of early vedic times represented natural forces like rain and fire. That migth be incorrect, but it seems true that the early vedic times were more primitive--philosofically speaking--than the later brahmanic period untill the religion splitted into buddhism and hinduism.

Could you recommend a superior translater?


By the way, how about the A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabupada translation of Bhagavad Gita?

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Interzone / Re: Ginger fucking tea
« on: January 31, 2013, 06:56:53 PM »
Can ginger grow in a greenhouse or under a mistbench at 56 degree longitude?

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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 / Re: Good books on the vedas?
« on: January 14, 2013, 08:54:44 PM »
The Max Müller translations from the 19. cent. and other old ones are available  on Gutenberg and Sacred Texts. I can't judge if they be sound enough translations, but they probably are.

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Interzone / Re: Edenism/new anthropology
« on: December 27, 2012, 08:29:37 PM »
Interbreeding between Sapiens and Neanderthalensis is long time well known through skeletal remains of hybrids.

About the recent DNA-stuff, read what Dienekes Pontikos discusses on his blog, (he's a professional scientist.)



By the way, it's intressting, that more advanced art and technology first appeared after the evolution of the  protoeuropid/cro-magnon-like likely neanderthal hybrids.


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Interzone / Re: Kali Yuga Narcissism: A reverse Dunning–Kruger effect.
« on: December 19, 2012, 10:28:30 PM »
Endless repetition of something that is good would be ideal, while repetition of lies would be wrong to do.

The content of a healthy culture is a repetition of truths.

When you have some normal grey house cat and it dies, you get another one. Later you realize, that these two cats are so similar, that it is hard to distinguish the two as seperate infividuals.

In fact they are the same because their essence as beings are the same! Even down to how they move their paws.

It is similar with Homo sapiens, though they have a larger variation in the mental landscape. There exists both castes and races. It mean your true peers are spread more widely, unless you live in an orderede society like the ancient Indian.

Sharing a truth with someone who is like you is then helping yourself even if that person is at an early level of development---as his essence is the same or similar to yours.

"As the body dies the soul travels on. About this the sages have no doubt" it is said in the Upanishads.

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Interzone / Re: Kali Yuga Narcissism: A reverse Dunning–Kruger effect.
« on: December 15, 2012, 09:29:47 AM »
Surely no young teenagers have a volouminous knowledge as to certainly know all classical composers. Even the comprehension of many advanced subjects usually signifying intelligence have not developed fully yet.

If you were certain of your intelligence, most likely you had adults planting that knowledge into you because you excelled at the education.

I suppose most of you were like me, and didn't make efforts in school. Though even when I finially dropped totally out of that system, I used a lot of time on religion, occultism, metaphysics and art. Apparently just a particular and odd field of interessts, but behind the surface of many things is hidden causes. The D.K.-effect is that enigma of finding that causality.

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Interzone / Re: Kali Yuga Narcissism: A reverse Dunning–Kruger effect.
« on: December 14, 2012, 11:22:46 PM »
N: Wahrlich, ein schmutziger Strom ist der Mensch. Man muss schon ein Meer sein, um einen schmutzigen Strom aufnehmen zu können, ohne unrein zu werden.
Seht, ich lehre euch den Übermenschen: der ist diess Meer, in ihm kann eure grosse Verachtung untergehn.

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Interzone / Re: Kali Yuga Narcissism: A reverse Dunning–Kruger effect.
« on: December 14, 2012, 10:32:09 PM »
Your example is not typical, as many of high intelligence suffer from the  Dunning-Krueger effect.

It would mostly be a feeling of not fitting in, not being in the "cool" and in the "know" of how to act cool. At least not in a natural way. Most try to adapt, others drop out of the game.

It can even help lead to depressions like existential depression through that de facto isolation of having an artificial personae.

http://www.davidsongifted.org/db/Articles_id_10554.aspx

Modern people are forced into  institutions where all castes are together, so because of their numbers lower castes set the standards of social interaction and educational method to their level.

In a natural society familiy and farm takes the place of institution, and obviously there is not a problem of major imbalances of intelligence in the social interaction then.

Normally it takes a long time to realize the differences between your internal world and the external socially constructed world is caused by difference in intelligence. Personally I didn't really believe it even when they claimd I was intelligent on some tests  in the military and on some science fair. In a young person the hidden ability has not yet unfolded, so it is often not apparent it is there---especially not to average people.

Besides, doesn´t 80 % of people claim to be above average intelligence? I think humans are hardcoded to bolster their ego with self flattery. But the Dunning-Krueger effect migth be the result of broken down selfconfidence via long times of not fitting in socially---and more importantly : from early childhood in a compleyely classless environment.

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