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Interzone / Humility
« on: April 25, 2012, 11:36:14 AM »
What is the real problem of this world, is the lack of humility of the majority of the people. They think their dreams, opinions and selves are so important, but they yet to realise that to this universe, they are as important as a small fish in the ocean. For exemple, what's the worth of the best symphony of Beethoven in comparison of the sound of thunder, wind and water. Not much. Yet so many people react greatly to the first but only nod to the second.
Also, what is the difference in strengh between the strongest man on earth and a baby, in comparison with the strengh of nature. There's barely a difference, yet strong "men" often  think of themselve in a real arrogant way.

Who teach this anymore? We should learn that before even knowing how to write. It can take an entire life to learn to be humble. Better to start early.

Interzone / Re: Radical Individualism.
« on: April 25, 2012, 11:12:43 AM »
When you follow the heart of this world, wich is your real heart, the individual fall in place naturally were it belong.

Interzone / Re: The Potential of Video Games
« on: April 24, 2012, 01:51:12 PM »
IceWind Dale was a great game, if only for the fact that there was a small town built under the roots of a giant Oak tree. A perfect balance between men and nature.

Interzone / Re: A little cloning fantasy of mine
« on: April 20, 2012, 10:18:43 AM »
If were in a fantasy mood, instead of cloning them, why don't we summon their spirits from time to time to seek advices from them, like the ancient sorcerers once did? I think it would be more interesting, more noble and more in line with the black metal ethos. Well, it's maybe to irrational to the scientific mind out there. Lost wisdom, once again.

Interzone / Re: Educators
« on: April 20, 2012, 10:06:06 AM »

The ideal would be education because a strong nation is useless  in the end if everyone is dumb exept the leaders.

No. Education does not change intelligence.

Maybe not, but an intelligent person is useless if it doesn't know useful knowledge, for exemple, if he doesn't know that putting toxic wastes in rivers affect environnement. Edcucation come in handy in order for that person to learn that, because sometimes, one cannot learn everything by himself because the world is vast and time is short. That's what I meant by education. A usefull guide. I should had that it would be best given by wisemen like druids. Unfortunately, we seldom have people like that anymore, but sometimes there's a blaze in the sky, so to speak.
And I said that was in the ideal and that sometimes (a lot of time in this current world) we need coersion because some people aren't enough intelligent, or not noble enough.
 To be noble is better than to be intelligent, but intelligence can be useful in the process.

Interzone / Re: A little cloning fantasy of mine
« on: April 18, 2012, 07:16:52 PM »
I don't think they would be happy to know that we are so weak that we need to resurrect them in order to aid us. They have much others universes to travel and experience so they would not be happy to returning here.

Interzone / Re: Romanticism for the past
« on: April 17, 2012, 12:57:37 PM »
It's hard to know what really was the conditons of the past because when a land was conquered, the winner often destroyed the record of the culture and replaced it with their vision. It's the conqueror that writes the history. An exemple of that is the chronicles of Julius Ceasare about the conquest of the Gaules.
Also, the majority of the customs were passed orally from generation to generation so they weren't writen down. Much was lost when poeple started to forgot them.

And there's a lot of different pasts so to speak. It's because there is different nations, differents civilisations so they didn't have the same values. Even in the same civilisation, the values changes as the time change.

And there was also differences between classes. A woman in the nobility wasn't subject to the same rules as a peasant woman. The same as men.

When we talk of a specific subject, like the role of the women in middle ages, before we start judging it, we have to consider all aspects of that time and it's hard to do it with all the factors I have point out above.

 It's too easy to pass a judgment with our own values especially if we have a political agenda.

So with all of that complexities, it's hard not to fall into the trap of romanticize the past.

It best not to go too far down that road because we will never know what it was to llive in a past we didn't live.

Interzone / Re: Leftist elitists exposed
« on: April 17, 2012, 09:55:59 AM »
Another reason not to eat cake.

In french, it's call a "Gāteau" And that word comes from "Gāter"  wich means to spoil, to ruin. It's a degenerescence. No wonder why child-minded individual love cakes.
Leftist behaviors are often childish behaviors.

Interzone / Re: Educators
« on: April 17, 2012, 09:44:49 AM »
The ideal would be education because a strong nation is useless  in the end if everyone is dumb exept the leaders. It's a head without a body. It cannot stay long in this world before it degenerate and disapear. But in theworld as we live in, it's impossible to have only education because people are often too egoistical, too dumb or too corrupted moraly to be properly educated. And now with multiculturalism, it's even harder because people have not the same values, cultures, background anymore.
In a world like this, we need leadership. But, if the leaders have to use too much coersion to lead the way, it often result in a civil war. And with insuffisiant education, the army you will have to defend your government will have a majority of soldiers who will only defend it if you give them money or privileges. Or they will be driven by fear like the communists were during WW2.

It's best to have a balance between both.
Educate when you can and use leadership (power) when needed.

The way of an healthy nation is the way of the heart.
The other way will only result in rigidity and death if given to much power.

A nation is like a human body.
The majority is water. the rest is bones and the rigid part.
The life part, the heart's part is water. The soft part. It most go as freely as possible. You can extend it to the soul.
But we also need bones and the rest of the rigid part or the water will stagnate and will dissipate. It's the structural parts. We need it to survive. To have a form.
But if the muscles, the heart become too rigid, the body cease to fonction properly and die. Or it become a robot witout a soul.
The rigid part is the gardian of the soft part. It should not be his jailor.

Interzone / Re: New venture
« on: April 14, 2012, 12:12:46 PM »
Maybe you're right. But sometimes humour is hard to grasp in a place when some people are serious about the genocide of below 120 of IQ.
Maybe it's just me who take this too personally. I must work on that. Shot down my ego.

Interzone / Re: New venture
« on: April 14, 2012, 11:32:37 AM »
Why not take what's good in everyone and leave the rest? If there's nothing good in aspergers, why wasting time about them? There is so much more in life. Apparently not for everyone.

Interzone / Re: Drugs
« on: April 13, 2012, 09:43:33 AM »
I will tell you just one thing about drugs. The times will come (sooner than expected) when you will have to choose about the choice of life or death. (see this post for more details.) And when it comes, and it will I assure you, all drugs will be useless. Use them Wisely until the times come.

Interzone / Mathematics of the soul
« on: April 13, 2012, 09:32:34 AM »
People are often trying too hard when it comes to mathematic. When they try to resume the world with it, they come down to equations like 3000*3458+496= 3 triangle 7. It may be funny but I happen to know someone who try to solve it this way and he surely have an IQ higher than 120.

It amaze me to think that you can pass all your life in math classes when it can be done in a few minutes.

All you need to know is 1+1=1 and 0+0=0

We allready discussed 1+1=1   

now 0+0=0
God is zero because he is all the possibiliies and none at the same time. The second zero is a representation of the ego as it should be. Without preference. In perfect balance. Sitting on the fence, walking the razor path. And when he become zero, he can move at will in the absolute. He become all and none at the same time.  So 0+0=0

I will have a small talk about fractions. Because some people make the mistake of saying: 1/2+1/2=1

It's impossible because you cannot divide god in parts. It's either all or nothing.
Tension come from division. It can only create monsters
When you say to your wife "you are my half" you create that monster. Because only someone who is divided seeks possession. To complete himself. But you got to realise that you possess nothing. You can't possess something. Not even yourself. I think it's all come to this.The only thing that almost everybody really want is to possess himself. So he drag others to him in order to have a weight  on his shoulder because he's affraid of the lightness of his soul. So he gobbles, gobbles, consuming others and himself in the pit of his selfmade hell. He become a emotional Frankenstein. A Monster.
So if you really love your wife. Don't ever say she his your half.

Now that the math class is over, we can all devote ourselve to something more important: living

Interzone / Re: Retards & deformed people.
« on: April 13, 2012, 08:35:38 AM »
Only the wise is not deformed or retarded. The rest of us are in a glass house where we see ourselves through deformed glasses and are not living in the present. I guest a lot of people will receive charcoal instead of presents when Christmas will come.

Interzone / Re: What was 'God'?
« on: April 13, 2012, 08:23:45 AM »
Ego is the creator of this physical world. But he is  not in the same time.

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