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Interzone / Re: Opinions.
« on: October 19, 2012, 07:50:58 PM »
Knowledge is internal.

In language there is a hidden manipulation and pretentiousness : You must adapt your message after the idea you have of the recievers mind.

When twisting anything in order to influence others, it can be called manipulation and lies.

Describing a fly is manipulationen while saying "look, a fly!" is just an assertion anyone around can grap and make knowledge and truth for himself if he can.

Language is a gray area between truth and lies. Be careful who you listen to lest you be lost!

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Interzone / Re: What matters?
« on: October 18, 2012, 08:22:58 AM »
It's true the whole and the goal is important when compared to the journey speaking of achievments as such.

But speaking of how to achieve peace i oneself and happiness, it's probably counterproductive to chase after abstract goals in the future or desiring external object in the illusion they have a value in themselves.

So the question should be how should one set his goals, rather than how goals are best achieved.


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Interzone / Re: Anti-Atheism
« on: October 17, 2012, 05:35:35 PM »
"Opinions" is to Homo sapiens mostly something they use to position themselves socially.

Few of them are actual thinkers, and they find it enormously wierd, if they observe how one spends hours looking out over the ocean or sitting under a tree. The inner world is completely foreign to them. 
But unfortunately there is no way you can explain a foreign  thougth world to them unless they have some ability and will to understand it---though, many people, especially the young, have had the superficial "thougth world" of socially correct opinions ingrained in them in a way, they only need to have their head pulled out of their ass in order set doubt to their preconcieved notions of truth.

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Interzone / Re: Anti-Atheism
« on: October 17, 2012, 09:21:59 AM »
You seem to misunderstand, my dear gentleman mister Hopkins.

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Metal / Re: Generic bands that have had one quality composition.
« on: October 16, 2012, 07:39:28 AM »
Satanic Warmaster made the nice track Chant of the Barbarian Wolves. Of course, the band is not "garbage"as you asked for.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svdtotZa1UE

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Interzone / Re: Book Recomendations
« on: October 14, 2012, 02:55:57 PM »
There is a world of difference from Evola to Der Stürmer.

Neither Evola or Hamsun were nazis in their writing.

To hell with nazi ideology, it's was like condom to begin with : not able to procreate itself. Now nazi is like a used condom. Disgusting and false in the face of life. Let's return to the ancient ways instead of surrogates---as Hamsun and Evola wished.

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Interzone / Re: The nature of ego.
« on: October 14, 2012, 12:21:30 PM »

Rather one bit of insigth than hundreds of words of polemic nitpicking.

Intellectual disputes are reserved for the Socratic way of trolling, not for finding actual insigths and "scientific" truths.

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Interzone / Re: What have you been reading lately?
« on: October 13, 2012, 09:44:59 AM »
About the saga litterature I would recommend Egils , Grettirs and Njals sagas as they can be read like modern books and they give an insigth into pre-Christian thinking and heroic ideals.

The Ynglinge Saga  claims Odin as an asiatic king, and the berserks as his mystic warriors. Interessting that a saga of the Middel Age migth remember a possible Indo European king from the Bronze- or Iron Age.

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Interzone / Re: The nature of ego.
« on: October 13, 2012, 09:25:57 AM »
Petty polemics on the internet are only committed by complete fags, and such should only be reserved for trolling operations : so go out on the internet, you fags, and troll them instead.

Imagine if we were an actual army, like Hells Angels or the CIA, and not an equal mass of differing opinions. How would you fare?

Internet polemics are mostly retarded, as at least one side is neglecting the nuances of the others postulates.

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Interzone / Re: The nature of ego.
« on: October 11, 2012, 09:14:39 PM »
The same experience in two individuals with similar  conciousness is in fact the same in the same way two carbon copies are similar to the original.

You migth have a very similar conciousness to someone who once walked about. But even if you remember  nothing, it is still true.

There is nothing that binds the conciousness to your individual existence apart of the illusion of the ego set apart from the world---the self is like a drop of ink in the water which is reality.

The esoteric secret about reincarnation and loving thy neighbor is the realization that two similar men thinking the same thought are in fact the same self----but also the same ego which is in a delusion of separation from the whole. Thats what the ego is : that line that separates the experience  from the whole/reality/the experienced.

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Interzone / Re: Gay marriage
« on: October 09, 2012, 03:34:04 PM »
Waagh, their power lies more in secret slander than in outright enmity. If you utter some different than standard opinion on something, they will behind your back misrepresent it and shedding it of all nuances, and suddenly you have a reputation of being a NAZI HOMOPHOBIC MISOGYNISTIC WITCH. That's how it works, and it ruin careers and love lives of many who do not align to their lowest common denominator of binary morals.

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Metal / Re: Lord Worm on mediocre bands
« on: October 09, 2012, 03:27:53 PM »
Well, there is a limit to how many different kinds of expression you can get out of black metal as a genre of certain style of guitar, drums and vocal. It's not like new Burzum or Darkthrone is complete rubbish, it's just not black metal (not that I so much like it myself.) Some have retained the artistic integrity better while moving to different genres, like Graveland and Beherit.

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Interzone / Re: Anti-Atheism
« on: October 06, 2012, 10:53:04 AM »
The hubris has already been commited, i'm afraid. Culture and religion is inseperable and is given to the individual through Tradition, and is not something one choses.

Maybe I don't understand the word "sense," but ontology can deal with other things than what can be analyzed with rationality.

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Interzone / Re: Anti-Atheism
« on: October 06, 2012, 07:37:07 AM »
The standard person is atheist but belives firmly in evolution, liberty and equality and the holocaust or the slave trade(in a moral way.)

You chose the second most common option : "There's a truth to ALL religions. Everyone makes his own religion!"


But in fact, if anyone living in the technological-industrial world has any sense in the head, he choses a philosophical-metaphysical stance to look at things. So "religion" is thus a way to look ontologically at existence.

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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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