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0a9735  No.12235600

I've been wanting to make a thread on philosophy and theology for quite a while. From my point of view, a person's philosophy influences not just their politics, but their morality, and vice versa. Where you think we came from, and where you think we're going heavily influences your worldview, and can justify your tolerances, intolerances, likes, dislikes, hatreds and loves.

I want to dedicate this thread to discussing our worldviews: everything from your opinion on the creation of the universe, to the creation of life, humans, evolution, death, morality.

I think the best way to organize our thoughts into a very readable format is a series of questions, and then anons can ask questions about others beliefs.

How do you think the universe came to be?

Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

How do you think life first originated on earth?

Do you believe in evolution?

Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Do humans have souls?

Do animals have souls?

Is there an afterlife?

Do you believe in reincarnation?

Is morality objective or subjective?

Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Is one life worth more than another?

Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

I'd also like you to include your political beliefs (otherwise we may be straying too far off-topic from the board) and why/how your worldview has shaped those political beliefs.

252ba3  No.12235689

I don't think pondering over it is worth any time.

Well its our job to spread across the galaxy and prevent the death of our race.

The universe seeking to become more and more complex.

Yes

No clue but I think it is a great question that people spend way too much time pondering. You could have applied all the thought hours into something like how do we get to other planets in a reasonable amount of time.

Yes,

Yes

You should think no. The idea of an afterlife makes you lazy in the current life. Dont wait for shit to get better after you die. Make things better now.

In my own personal thoughts maybe. I like to believe that you live on in your children. Personality can be passed on and I think that is your way of living again. Having a grand daughter or son that acts just like you.

Asking this is stupid. Morals are always subjective.

Once again Morals are always subjective.

Humans have a duty to out compete other species of humans. Furthering the resources of the best tribe results in the best of humanity succeeding.

You are born with purpose. To become better then your parents and to push farther then those before you.

Spicy but yes. A doctor is worth more then a homeless man.

Death happens and it sucks however the world keeps turning.


0aa960  No.12235711

>>12235689

>I don't think pondering over it is worth any time.

It is if your not from reddit.


0a9735  No.12235716

File: e6bc7dc7ba5fdf7⋯.jpg (21.84 KB, 466x349, 466:349, 1536515786053.jpg)

>>12235600

OP here, probably should have written this before starting the thread, took forever.

>How do you think the universe came to be?

I think it has always existed. I think it and God are one and the same entity, and that the universe has simply "always" existed and will "always" exist. The matter in the universe is endless, and we're just in a small part of it. There have probably been many before us, and there will be many after us.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

No, as made quite clear from the previous post, my belief is that the universe has no end, and as a result, life literally cannot end since there are an endless amount of galaxies/stars/planets.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

I don't know. This is something I have no answer for, and unless there actually is an afterlife, I do not expect I shall have one. It could have been seeded by God, it could have been "random" but I have no basis for either, and life "randomly" occurring seems incredibly suspect to me.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes. To be honest I find macro evolution hard to swallow, and I don't like to believe anything I don't fully understand, but I suspect my lack of understanding is due to a loose grasp of the timescale of the supposed 4.5 billion years. I find it hard to fully understand just how long 4 years can be, nonetheless 4 billion.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes. No. No.

I do believe there is a near-perfect being in existence, and I find it likely that this being has some hand in how the universe works. My basis for this is such:

Red is a color. Why does it look like that? You could say that it's due to wavelengths or because that's just how the human eye evolved to perceive red, but why does it look like that? Why not a different shade? Why does red not look like blue and vice versa? I'm not asking for a scientific answer, but a conceptual one. Everything is the way it is supposedly just because, but my idea is that everything is the way it is because something found it preferable or good for it to be that way. Why isn't the mass to gravity ratio of planets 1.3x what it is? Just because that's "how things are"? Seems extremely arbitrary to me.

There cannot be a perfect being. For a long time, I assumed that if there was a God, then it must be perfect, or else it could not be God. The two traits were interlinked. But there cannot be a perfect being and I'll explain why. I'll name two aspects of perfection and explain them, destruction, and existence. Assuming a being has the perfection of destruction, that would mean it can destroy anything instantly, totally, effortlessly, and permanently. Assuming a being has the perfection of existence (creation would also work) that would mean it has always existed in all places and all times, and cannot stop existing by any imaginable force. If God can destroy itself, it has perfection of destruction, but not existence/creation. If it cannot destroy itself, then it has perfection of existence/creation, but not destruction.

>Do humans have souls?

No.

>Do animals have souls?

No.

>Is there an afterlife?

No.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

No.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Morality is not real. It is a set of arbitrary rules which each individual develops due to a variety of factors, and which will change throughout their life.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

See above.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We are completely alone, and while we form bonds with other people, those bonds can always be broken by crossing some boundary that the other person feels should not have been violated.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Life is without intrinsic meaning and as a result this question is pointless to me.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

It is not. The end result of all life is death. Even if you greatly influenced many people positively or negatively in your lifetime, more than likely that influence will die with the people you influenced, and only the most influential people among likely hundreds of billions will ever be remembered for more than 3-4 generations.


0a9735  No.12235717

>>12235716

post was too long

My political beliefs are somewhere between ancap/anarchy and monarchy. On one hand I want everyone to fuck off and leave each other alone, on the other hand I know they won't. The best case scenario is that about 6.5 billion people die in the next 10-20 years and the world's population is reduced to under a billion, either through nuclear warfare (I don't even remotely believe this will happen, but a man can dream), some kind of horrendous economic collapse 10x worse than the great depression that affects the entire world, resulting in starvation, or a quickly spreading, rapidly mutating disease similar to the black plague that we just can't cure just rips through every nation, killing 60-90% of the human population. Due to rapid depopulation, governments collapse, giving us a fresh start, and since there's way less people, the remaining ones will be further spread out, so they can do their own thing without interfering with each other.

To be honest, most of my philosophical beliefs haven't largely influenced my political ones except my total disregard for human life and its supposed intrinsic value. Sorry if I sound too edgy, but I genuinely see overpopulation as a serious problem due to limited resources, namely living space and water. Also mad max fantasies. And yes, I'm well aware that whites are not the cause of the problem; in fact, they actually solved the problem naturally. Most highly advanced nations (mostly white, but Japan is doing it too) saw a major decline in birth rates after industrialization, and that decline has only further increased as we have become more advanced. It's niggers and asians that are causing the problems, so yes, preferably only wipe them out, but the west is fucked anyway, so we're better off if everyone dies and starts again.


252ba3  No.12235777

Stop the mental masturbation and work toward something that gives real world insight. Whats the point of chasing a ghost. Read practical philosophy. Take the Brain in a jar questions. Whats the point of asking how would a person know if they are just brain in a jar. What value will that bring to you? What value is it worth knowing that speaking of Descartes the cogit is based on radical doubt. What is the point stating in a world with the "Evil Genius" the only thing he cant fool me with is my own doubt.

Our Purpose by WLP.

Join the Nietzsche scum gang.

Will to power is so fucking motivational.


9b82ad  No.12235806

>>12235689

Fuck off back to leddit, moshe.


c72bd5  No.12235824

File: deafaa67dd35276⋯.jpg (498.29 KB, 1920x1200, 8:5, 1517482752480.jpg)

>>12235600 (checked)

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Not sure.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

"All life" ? I don't know if all life in the universe will end, that really depends on whether or not we're alone. Also, whether or not heat death hypothesis comes true.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Honestly have no idea. I suppose I support the mixture hypothesis.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

I don't think there is a God. I think that the holy books are riddled with errors and were made by some really lonely people.

>Do humans have souls? >Do animals have souls?

No.

>Is there an afterlife?

Nope

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

I do not.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

VERY subjective.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Yes. Morality depends on culture, among other things. In some cultures people still kill fags and retards. In some cultures (ours), they do not.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We do have a duty to each other. We are a social species. Check out what happens when you put somebody in solitary confinement. Then it should become really obvious that we do in fact depend on each other for survival.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Absolutely not.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Subjective. From the human perspective, humans (hopefully) are worth more than animals.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

No. Why would it be bad? Death is a natural thing. We're on the cusp of immortality as it is. Someday people will learn that death is desirable.


c72bd5  No.12235828

>>12235689

Do you think people memorised the questions?

>>>/reddit/


d318fe  No.12236375

ok maybe just ask one question next time instead of 20


38006c  No.12236419

>>12235600

>How do you think the universe came to be?

it was a creation of nature.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Life is eternal as long something can assemble it.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Its hard to say possibly first stable solar system or first solar system.

>Do you believe in evolution?

I believe in evolution

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Dont believe in a god, I do believe we can create a being close to that in intelligence through ai and manipulating biology. The human interpretations of God/Gods appear imperfect but if we're going by the concept of a god then yes. We would owe any god that created us or enslaved us.

Do humans have souls?

Do animals have souls?

I don't believe we or animals have the souls youre speaking of, I do believe there is a unique competent that does differentiate most intelligent beings. Motives, habits, and personality all stem from the brain.

Is there an afterlife?

Dont know

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

yes, we all can be reassembled

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Morality could be objective but we must first make a break through on a proper logical system to justify it, so for now remains subjective.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

It all changes with society reprehensible things are acceptable now and vice versa, the special circumstances are events that sway the collective mind of the public forcefully, subversively, or passively.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

I think serving man should be a voluntary practice not a forceful one and standing on our own is suicide.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No

>Is one life worth more than another?

Yes, everything isnt equal some are greater than others.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Human death doesn't have any moral connotation they come and go, it is an unethical problem to eliminate death for there will be a over abundance of elderly to take care of along with keeping people alive just to work and if they don't that terminates their care.


c36455  No.12236476

Not bait. From a more general philosophy standpoint.

I think white people are capable of transcendental pilpul, just like Jews are with existential and postmodernist pilpul. White people are altruistic and philosophize care, forgiveness, and tolerance for all existences. They believe all conciousness is good conciousness. This is antithetical to the reality and struggles of nature. Survival in conflict of nature will never leave us, no matter how far from our primal roots we travel.

Thank you /pol/ for teaching me that.


c36455  No.12236500

Double posting.

Another thing OP. There are two types of philosophy. Bar philosophy and textbook philosophy. Bar philosophy is what you feel bullshitting at the bar, textbook is knowing what you feel in conjunction with differing schools of thought. Every answer you think up has been thought before in different schools of philosophy. Read Bryan Magee - Great Philosophers. It goes through all western ideas. The start is easy. And know which philosophers are jews.

Jean Paul Sartre - honorary jew. What a fucking schizo dumbass. I hate him with a fury.


594864  No.12236685

>>12235600

How do you think the universe came to be?

Created by God.

Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Human life will end when all souls have achieved liberation from the material world. Maybe God has other plans after that tho (or before).

How do you think life first originated on earth?

Evolution designed by God.

Do you believe in evolution?

In a way, yes.

Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes. God is eternal and allprevading and allpowerful. We do not owe anything to him and neither he/she/it to us.

Do humans have souls?

Yes.

Do animals have souls?

Yes.

Is there an afterlife?

Yes. But it is temporary.

Do you believe in reincarnation?

Yes.

Is morality objective or subjective?

Based on Natural laws, a mix of both.

Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Absolutely.

Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We have a duty to help others since that help will in turn either:

a) get us into a temporary heaven

b) make our material existence easier

Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes.

Is one life worth more than another?

This really depends but yes.

Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Death is good. Suffering is bad.


9f2061  No.12236766

>How do you think the universe came to be?

does not matter for me.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

does not matter. better to ask – 'what life is'. do we count our day-to-day existence as life? or is it the stillness, the corrupting nihil.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

does not matter.

>Do you believe in evolution?

no. as it bounds you to technology-worship and their narratives.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

there certainly is s Higher Divinity. we owe to it everything really. without it we are just dirt. disgusting meat machines. shit-and-eat machines.

too many questions mane. I better indulge in schizo shitposting while pondering how to break through their toxic net of toxic will-bending mind killing parasitic discources-discources. oblivion of retold jokes and boomer scenarios. living life as mentally handicapped white man raised by the fat jewish comedian smoking cigars and bullying you from a video blog. right, drinking coffee and philosophizing about god while witnessing the biggest catastrophe: final death of the spirit. and whomst you going to call in the hour of the time. whose name you are going to scream in the darkest hour of the night, while you still can remember that thing you have forgotten. fear so sharp it goes to the other side of humour. and then back into the terror. whomst you going to call upon? Angelic legions? Oannes? Bogdanoffs? will you just neurotically laugh spitting in your own reflection. we're all trapped inside our mechanic reflexes. and only an annoited memer could save us. the flesh of our flesh. the blood of our blood. the supreme mem er. The third of the Bogdanoffs: Elias Artista.


a13593  No.12236788

File: 10aa6afe0212849⋯.png (1.45 MB, 1016x1447, 1016:1447, 197036.png)

>How do you think the universe came to be.

Willed into physical existence from the spiritual by Brahman, the ultimate reality and supreme personality of Godhood

>Will all life eventually end, if so, how? If not, why not?

No it will not, there will be cataclysmic, apocalyptic events that can reduce humanity to a fraction of it's current population, but we as humans with all our technology cannot bring an end to what God has ordained. We may drown the world in nuclear fire, and a thousand years afterwards animals and the world will still remain.

>How do you think the first life originated on earth.

Creation of conditions perfect for the development and sustainment of organic life, as well as intervention and tinkering of God in the process to create humanity, and specifically, the Aryan

>Do you believe in evolution

See above, in a way yes.

>Do you think there is a God, if so is God perfect, if so, do we owe anything to God.

Yes, yes and yes. If God were not perfect, he would be a lesser being, and not worthy of being called God. We owe everything to God and the upright man places himself in service of God's will.

>Do humans have souls

Not all of them

>Do animals have souls

Yes.

>Do you believe in reincarnation.

In a way, I subscribe to Evola's doctrine.Those few men who are capable of achieving transcendence enter the afterlife whole, with their personality intact albeit cleansed of material corruption. For the vast rank and file of humanity, they are simply absorbed back into the ancestral pool of soul-matter that they were initially drawn from, to come again in different aspects and in different times. You are a composite of your ancestors, both biologically and spiritually.

>Is morality objective or subjective.

Absolutely objective, all falsehood comes from within the confines of the human mind, all truth, from outside of it.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Depends, destructive acts in service of God and in service of creating something better by flattening what came before it are perfectly legitimate and the foundation of the spiritual ethos of the Kshatriya/Warrior caste. Pure destructive acts of malice are the domain of the Jew and Demiurge.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we stand completely on our own.

We do have a duty, but it is largely secondary to the duty we have to God and in fact, merely an aspect of it.

>Does a living thing's existence have an intrinsic purpose.

Yes, even at the most basic level of personality and consciousness people have a purpose, a calling to fulfill at least in terms of profession/craft.

>Is one life worth more than another

Absolutely, a degenerate semi-feral junkie's life is worth less than an oak tree's or animal's life.

>Is human death bad? Should we stop people from dying

No, death is as natural as birth and a microcosm of the great cyclical nature of the universe, attempting to overcome death is a massive violation of natural law and opening up a pandora's box of horrors.

I'll end with a quote:

"Rather than mistaking Truth to be an object that we can greedily grasp in our tiny hands, we must be willing to instead be grasped ourselves by Truth. Instead of hoping that Truth will surrender her greatest secrets to us, we must be willing to surrender our very beings at the feet of Truth. Truth is a living thing. It is as much fully alive as are you and I. It is not merely the object to fulfill our desire for dominance. Rather, Truth is itself the subject, and we are its objects - for Truth is non-different from God, who is the supreme subject.”


363f2a  No.12236988

>>12235600

Im a firm believer in Hermeticism


5010d0  No.12237008

>>12236988

Those nice dubs wasted on a masonic rosicrucianist.


363f2a  No.12237050

>>12237008

Whats wrong with Hermeticism particularly?


cd368b  No.12237059

>>12237008

Hermeticism predates masons. The knights Templar hoarded hermetic secret knowledge


ff9965  No.12237073

File: 042327afbf04f9d⋯.jpg (153.8 KB, 594x582, 99:97, IanSmithVictoriaFalls.jpg)

>>12235600

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Outside the realm of useful speculation.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Entropy is a thing. Could be a way around it, but it hasn’t been observed yet.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Abiogenesis, it’s a pretty solid idea. Lots of info online about it.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes, panentheism/cosmotheism is what I personally subscribe to. I view God as containing everything, just like an organism, sometimes God gets a cancerous growth (therefore not perfect in one sense, but could be argued to be perfect in another, the idea of static “perfection” is stupid) and I believe the non-cancerous parts of God with enough ability have an obligation to destroy the cancer (and make both themselves and God better in the process, getting closer to “perfection” as an intangible goal).

>Do humans have souls?

Doesn’t matter.

>Do animals have souls?

Only if humans do.

>Is there an afterlife?

Doesn’t matter.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

No.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Both, one has their own perception of whether they are making the world better, but there is also the natural world in which survival and evolution are the objective good.

>Can an action which at one point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Of course. Killing another group of people who aid your people’s survival would be terrible. Killing a third group of people who are doing harm to your people’s survival would be necessary.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Human civilization and all of our races advancements are built upon the foundation of self-sacrifice.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No. Existence is characterized by what an entity does, not by their mere presence alone.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Undoubtedly.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

It is neutral. Death allows room for new life to flourish. Bad/useless people dying is good. Good/contributive people dying is bad.


cd368b  No.12237088

datamining thread btw. they want data on what /pol/acks believe. this isn't a thread for philosophy discussion


ff9965  No.12237100

File: 1167ad4be44a675⋯.jpg (57.73 KB, 600x395, 120:79, 1519686178090.jpg)

>>12235716

>>12235717

I can tell you are still young. You are slightly depressed. Probably a freshman in college or around that age. Things get better. Life makes no sense, but eventually you figure out there are things that have meaning. Don't bother with the hopelessness that is existentialism. Keep faith in a god and find qualities in people and the world that you admire.


5c8627  No.12237142

geometry tells you everything you need to know about design, there are fixed properties ergo there is no coincidence no randomness the concept is a rebellion against law aka god; when you have no questions there you have your answer


5c8627  No.12237147


1d3183  No.12237165

File: 8025174c506449c⋯.gif (38.24 KB, 220x165, 4:3, 8025174c506449c3f7c75f79db….gif)

>Hey guys be sure to take some DMT man so you can communicate with your pineal gland and vibrate on higher frequencies and communicate with the Truth man. Look at the fractals.

Nice navel gazing.


5c8627  No.12237180

>>12237165

no one here is advocating psychedelics and you surely havent done any


f8d76a  No.12237196

>>12235777 (checkin those criminally unchecked digits)

>Will to power is so fucking motivational.

It really is.

Once I came to understand that life is a struggle for our own mass of sunshine, everything else fell into place. All bullshit questions, although fun to bullshit about, became a fun pasttime. The JQ becomes evidently clear, even though Nietzsche was quite the defender of jude.

Customs, traditions, commonalities are all important but what's more important is realizing that your tribe, your "volk" will either kill or be killed in this world. If you don't have an agenda, you're part of someone else' agenda.


f8d76a  No.12237228

>How do you think the universe came to be?

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

>Do you believe in evolution?

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

>Do humans have souls?

>Do animals have souls?

>Is there an afterlife?

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

>Is morality objective or subjective?

>Can an action which at one point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

>Is one life worth more than another?

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?


6b1d0a  No.12237251

File: b6a66d6137d488c⋯.jpg (10 KB, 183x276, 61:92, c9ebf8a34fe58.jpg)

>>12235600

Human action is guided primarily by philosophy–particularly epistemology. How a person goes about the process of piecing together observations into a coherent conceptual framework will ultimately dictate how that person behaves and the kinds of ideas (like in morality and politics) they will entertain. Further, if whole societies of people entertain particular kinds of thinking methods, it will shape their culture and the course of their entire history.

There are three basic approaches to "integration," which is the epistemic process of piecing together information. You can do it properly; you can do it improperly; and you can oppose doing it. The terminology for these, respectively, is: integration, misintegration, and disintegration.

Integration reflects a rational and logical method of thinking; the scientific method, properly applied, is an example of integration. Philosophers who represent this kind of approach include Aristotle, Aquinas, and Locke.

Misintegration reflects a mystical method of thinking; an example of this is starting with a conclusion that you believe without evidence and shaping the "supporting facts" around that conclusion while ignoring all evidence to the contrary. Philosophers in this vein include Plato, Descartes, and Hegel.

Disintegration reflects a subjectivist method of thinking; an example is denying that any concept that you form can ever be actually true because reality is "different for everyone". Philosophers in this vein include Heraclitus, Kant, and the likes of Keynes, Dewey, and Rawles.

Most of Western history has been dominated by the "M" (misintegration) mode; this results in dictatorial political systems and relatively little innovation and advancement. Think of Europe after the fall of Rome or the Middle East after al-Ghazali and the Islamic rejection of reason.

The "I" (integration) dominated periods reflect a culture's "golden age," and though historically short-lived, when this mode is prevalent rapid advancements occur. Think of Hellenistic Greece, Europe after the Renaissance, and the founding of the United States.

The "D" (disintegration) mode is relatively rare in terms of dominating a culture, and when it does, it is VERY short-lived because it is inherently self-destructive. Think of the Weimar Republic before it collapsed and the United States from the 1900s on. ("D" is very commonly what people will point to when they are talking about Jewish degeneracy. The D's are like the vanguard of post-modernist nutjobs to wreck a society, and the M's move in behind them to take control.) To use another description of this same mentality, think of the "True Believer" as described by Hoffer, or the "Destabilizers" as described by Bezmenov.

Knowing how these modes operate in history, one can attempt to make a prediction about where a culture might be headed. The United States was founded very solidly in "I", but this mode is very much on the back-burner in the culture with only a very few bits of evidence that it might re-emerge. "M" is much more strongly represented in the culture. But "D" absolutely dominates all of the institutions, from media to politics to education. And because "D" is inherently destructive, that mode will necessarily collapse in a trigger event that leads to either one of the other modes taking control.

We are in the middle of a transition period now away from "D." It is difficult to predict the outcome of pure chaos and which mode will dominate after the collapse of the status quo, but the likely outcome will be dictatorship.


f8d76a  No.12237378

>>12237228

>>How do you think the universe came to be?

I can only base my answer on my observations of it's qualities. Much like a bulldozer has tracks because it was made to traverse rough terrain, I have to assume the universe was formed as a counter to an equal opposing force. Uni meaning 1, then multi being it's counter. Our universe, therefore, is the opposing force of a multiverse. An answer to an imbalance. I do find it odd that most people focus their answer on "When it came to be" even though the question asks no such thing. I don't draw conclusions from this observation, just find it peculiar.

>>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

If it does come to an end, it won't last forever. Our plane of existence seeks balance and given time, all things find their opposition.

>>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Heat, pressure and time. Just like everything else. We can't duplicate the experiment because we cannot observe what applying heat and pressure to elements will do over millions or billions of years. Perhaps the reaction that spawned life has a 1.1 billion year gestation period, or hell, a 1.1 million year period. Either way, we won't know as we can't conduct that experiment so dismissing the idea that life cannot form out of "nothing" is a bit narrow-scoped.

>>Do you believe in evolution?

Unfortunately the term has been bastardized by the agenda of man. Of course things evolve as well as devolve. They are answering the call of the universe to balance itself. Just like animals seek homeostasis, the entity of everything seeks its own balance. What can be observed within should be in line with the rest of the universe since we are contained within it.

>>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

God is the good, evil is it's counter. The jew is the anti-human in that the jew presents the counter to good and entices the world through manipulation and sin. The many books that have been written on the subject over the centuries are just the observer putting into words what he observes. The jew has always been and always feasted upon the wounds. I cannot speak of God without speaking of the jew because the jew is the antithesis of God. One cannot exist without the other. In that sense, God is perfect in good and the jew is perfect in evil. It is good to kill evil, in fact, it is a man of Gods duty to kill evil. You neglect your obligation when you let the jew live.

>>Do humans have souls?

We are of the aether and our manifestation, in its current form, is flesh. I see it as a cloud of sorts that reaches down and takes a flesh form, an umbilical remains tied to the aether and upon death just sucks right back up into the aether to be re-manifested into another form of flesh. Whether that takes place in our future or past, I'm unsure of.

>>Do animals have souls?

They're manifestations of the aether. Their brains are not capable of processing the level of knowledge to consider them of equal value. Much as I view myself of lesser value to, say, a 4th dimensional deity, I don't put value on the life of an animal in the same fashion I put value on human life. I also don't value the life of a human with an IQ of 70 equal to my own value. I see life as a caste system where the value is submission to those of higher caste. However, currency manipulates this natural order and will eventually be forced into equilibrium.


f8d76a  No.12237380

>>12237378

>>Is there an afterlife?

asked and answered

>>Do you believe in reincarnation?

asked and answered

>>Is morality objective or subjective?

Objective. life doesn't bend to the will of man and will win out eventually to natures law. I believe it's immoral to allow the continuity of lesser humans. I don't believe in euthanization of lesser humans, but I do strongly believe in castration / sterilization. Its cruel to let those of inferior genetics breed. The jew knows this, but they continue on with their diseased genes because, again, they are anti-human and only seek the destruction of man. In that sense, morality is objective.

>>Can an action which at one point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Nature doesn't care what the date is. What is true is true regardless of the calendar.

>>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Our duty to humanity is our only duty. The bastardization of what that entails is at issue. If the preservation and advancement of our species is the purpose, then the destruction of destructive humans is our duty.

>>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

life is countered, and thus counters, death. Beyond that reaches into the realm of moral duty, in which case, read above.

>>Is one life worth more than another?

asked and answered.

>>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Asked and answered.


0c2221  No.12237449

>>12237251

this actually makes a shit ton of sense. where do jews fall in this categorization? I can see both disintegration and misintegration in them


f8d76a  No.12237584

>>12237449

>where do jews fall in this categorization?

integration. They can manipulate the information

Misintegration, they manipulate beliefs

Disintegration is pure jew

the power of faith is it is not rational and draws upon the recognition that humans have a fundamental understand ingrained into them, not from observation or interpretation, but from a source undefined. It cannot be manipulated and is the very substance of humanity.


3b3809  No.12237595

From many years of searching i believe that life exists to facilitate the birth of entities of pure conciousness, which exist in a higher dimension.

This universe is like a womb and if you are succesful you can be born into this higher dimension. If not its a miscarriage.

At our core we are the Nietzscheian will to power. Our goal is to survive. I believe that one person is unlikely to accomplish hyperdimensional birth and that in that space we are connected to all our ancestors all of us in one conciousness. I have experienced this.

Due to my beliefs i have great respect for my ancesrors, their traditions and sacrifices.

Because of this I am an ethno-nationalist, and will due anything to protect the blood of my ancestors. Or in other words, my race, my brothers.


0c2221  No.12237613

>>12237584

isnt that faith based though?


e72b90  No.12237651

>>12237251

did someone just leak the philosophic technical manual of dirty jewish tricks? No joke, that description is eerily accurate.


0a9735  No.12237672

File: 16de0074e7697fc⋯.png (1.4 MB, 772x1164, 193:291, 1514120737744.png)

>>12237100

I am pretty young, but I'm in my third year of college, just about 21. Life makes sense, I know what I'm "supposed" to do, both biologically, and societally, but have little desire to do so. I'm not even remotely depressed, I draw relief and happiness from the meaninglessness. To be honest, it's a release from existential responsibility, and while it may be a false one, I don't particularly care since I find an afterlife wholly unlikely, whether there is a God or not. To say I apply my overarching belief in meaninglessness to everything is silly, I love my friends and family, I enjoy doing things both recreationally and work-related, and I'm very much so looking forward to my future. I am happier than almost all of the people around me. Different people derive happiness from different things.

I don't fear death because I view it as a simple end-result, and I don't fear judgement for the afterlife because I know there isn't one, but that doesn't mean I'm absent of morality. To say I view life as "hopeless" because I do not believe there is intrinsic value to neither individual lives nor our species as a whole is misunderstood.

>>12237088

Yes friend, every thread which wishes to discuss something meaningful is nothing more than a data-mining thread, never share ideas and theories with each other, be so afraid of the boogeyman that you won't even post at all anymore.


c1b74e  No.12237863

>>12237672

>Yes friend, every thread which wishes to discuss something meaningful is nothing more than a data-mining thread, never share ideas and theories with each other, be so afraid of the boogeyman that you won't even post at all anymore.

I hate this mentality, it's like, why discuss anything at all because it's all just some shadowy conspiracy to keep you down. OK, if that's true, wouldn't the right answer to that be just talking louder?

>>12237251

>To use another description of this same mentality, think of the "True Believer" as described by Hoffer, or the "Destabilizers" as described by Bezmenov.

That is a dead-on assessment, and others corroborate it, but to see it pieced together like that is pretty cool


f8d76a  No.12237985

>>12237613

>isnt that faith based though?

Correct. From reading about the Frankfurt School, one of the most important parts of instilling jewery into a newly found target is to attack the faith of it's people. When a group of people subscribes to faith in something arbitrary, they are incorruptible. The foundation of that society, the faith in an arbitrary being or culture or whatever, that must be destroyed for the jew to move in.

The jew is the anti-human, so I can also word this as, "in order for humanity to be destroyed, the faith in an arbitrary 'thing' must be destoryed."


ff9965  No.12238372

>>12237672

The picture you posted with your answers and the answers themselves disagree with your self assessment. I am not here to tell you who you are, but to remind you that self-reporting is an inherently flawed data collection method.


6b1d0a  No.12238431

>>12237985

Mysticism is ultimately indefensible. One of the most genius formulations was the recognition of humanity as noble and worthy of just treatment based on our observable, demonstrable characteristics as humans. This requires no faith, and also does not state that no Creator exists; it means that regardless of where humans came from, our traits are what they are, and based on those traits, here are the proper principles for epistemology, morality, and politics.


8e3b24  No.12238489

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

If God is real, then evil is real, and God is evil. It is immoral to believe in God:

Say what you want about "free will" (you're no free) and "for there to be good there must be evil in polarity", the fact remains that suffering, horror, cruelty, to children and animals, isn't always human, it's not always meaningful, it's not always needed in such excess.

Pain and suffering far far far far out-ways the good in this world — more powerful – more overwhelming – a total excessive for basic survival or definitions of good. Our pain censors are too strong.

Sometimes you just have a horrific life and then you die. Like a junk yard dog stolen from his mother and pack, made to live alone, howling, desperate, nothingness.

If God is not real, then evil is just bad things we define for the purpose of health, sanity, productivity, empathy, life promotion, and civic morality = a good world. This makes sense. It's moral. It's adaptable. And it's our Aryan duty to make life better.

The problem with Atheism:

I think Jews stealing thoughts about God not being real and turning it into Communism (under Moses Hess the religous Zionist - no structure for you goy only us) is what the real problem is. It's been attacked to (((occultism))), or a State Cult, basically mind control. And therefor Atheism expresses itself as such.

Also Atheism never targets any group except Christians. Zionists target Islam sometimes, but mostly while calling themselves "Jews" – code for chosen cult religion.

Good Atheism would be more like Heraclitus, Plato without the fairytale abstractions (Greeks would kill you if you were an atheist, part of Socrates charges against him), and Nietzschian Overman theory. A modernized Plato would speak of archetypes and good form for example.

LOGOS = Logic. A faith based on natural logic, natural law. This would be a true Aristocratic society.

The FORCE = a good way to link it all together. Darkside = taking, Lightside = giving… make your choice, find the balance.

>nb4 jew media

It's a fairytale. Just like religions.

Spiritualism

Pure escapism. A mental disorder and the product of dishonesty. Very very unhealthy.

END:

You can attack my opinion with some stupid insults, accuse me of not reading the bible or theologians, ignore my post and talk more about Templar-fag-Hermetic esoteric shit, but that doesn't cut it here. My arguments are too strong. But I would like to know what you think.

>Star "Wars" - Purpose of Conflict


2d7d68  No.12238511

>How do you think the universe came to be?

I don't know, and I don't think it's really possible to know.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

I don't know. We don't even know if there is life elsewhere in space. I can't possibly predict its course. You can make an argument based on entropy, but that requires looking at a cosmic timescale that's meaningless to humans.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Evolution is the best theory we have.

>Do you believe in evolution?

The same way I 'believe' in gravity or electromagnetism. It's currently the best explanation we have to describe very complex phenomena.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

No. I see no evidence of a personal, Abrahamic type God, or pagan supernatural deities. If you want to take the Spinoza type view of calling everything God, then the term is meaningless.

>Do humans have souls?

Soul is just a poetic term to describe your personality/mind/traits. It's not a real, physical object.

>Do animals have souls?

Again, souls aren't real. Just a descriptive term for personality. So animals have souls inasmuch as you can project human-like behavior onto them.

>Is there an afterlife?

I see no evidence for one.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

I see no evidence for it.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Morality is constructed by humans so we can live together in harmonious societies. There's no physics experiment that will reveal objective moral truth. Different societies will have different ideas of morality, though with large similarities because all humans have similar basic needs.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Sure. Kill someone on the street and it's murder, but in war it is heroism.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Standing completely on your own is a tough way to live. Groups do much better, but require some compromises.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Yes. But such values are subjective. I say my life is the most valuable but you may disagree.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Yes. Because people can be good, and when they die, they are gone forever. So we should prevent death as much as is practical.


e53341  No.12238522

>>12237251

Where does this come from, the book in your pic?


000000  No.12238647

Nice try NSA.


cf378b  No.12238816

>>12238372

>I am not here to tell you who are

>Immediately after telling him who he is

Damn son.


9eae3c  No.12238845

File: ef3549e29e0bcd0⋯.jpg (122.21 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ef3549e29e0bcd0fb2b0ac0709….jpg)

Why are you all acting like NPCs and just answering OPs question list like it's a fucking survey?

Could be a great thread if you fuckers tried once in awhile instead of just repeating the same old chan talking points. At least this faggot tried. >>12238489


a907db  No.12238870

>>12238431

We all have a God.

What you just described, the faith in your own person above the faith in a concept, is EXACTLY what the teachings in the Frankfurt School postulated.

So, whether you like it or not, agree with it or not, you are now thinking exactly how the jew wants you to think.

Do with that as you may. I can offer you the book so you can see for yourself.

https://mega.nz/#!ga5jSQZK!VzzgDk9WAJlhnwj21otTRM7VuQKUDvdCQvW_oicMXqM

Understand that I am purely anti-semitic. There is no part of me that adheres to anything jew. I believe, with every ounce of my being, that jews are the manifestation of evil on earth.

Like I said, do with that information as you may. I won't ever ascribe to their doctrines. No way, no how.


9eae3c  No.12238886

File: a5a69e365024309⋯.png (233.59 KB, 868x803, 868:803, monsters nietchie.png)

>>12238870

>I believe, with every ounce of my being, that jews are the manifestation of evil on earth.

WARNING

If you believe in some mystical phantom force called "evil", then assholes will larp as evil. If you write a famous book that takes over the larger society about "Synagog of Satan" (church of satan) who use to be chosen of God but are now rejecting God, a lot of degenerates will be attracted to becoming the anti-thesis of that society and it will give the meme power.

Now saying you're wrong, just sayin.


6b1d0a  No.12238889

>>12237251

Reason was not formulated by Jews. It was formulated by Europeans. Mysticism is the rejection of reason in favor of what amounts to "feelings."


a907db  No.12238893


a907db  No.12238896

File: 2789234ef586027⋯.png (64.27 KB, 1281x335, 1281:335, Destruction_of_faith.PNG)

>>12238886

Directly from the Frankfurt School doctrine


621128  No.12238904

File: 8a6ab9cb94f3ad4⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 81.29 KB, 501x585, 167:195, 8a6ab9cb94f3ad48e91618c6d5….gif)

>>12235600

Alright. I will participate in this

DATAMINING THREAD

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Probably eternal in time and endless in distance.

No part of infinity justifies the possibility of dissonance existences/regions where gravity is backwards for example while all other physical laws are the same.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

All life exists to perpetuate itself.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

If the earth is 4.5 billion years, by the association of fat molecules and amino acids which are readily available in heated conditions with significant amounts of carbon and nitrogen.

>Do you believe in evolution?

This isn't a belief, it is like asking if you believe in gravity as it exists on planet earth.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Irrelevant: see every argument made against any religion and any hard knowledge stance on things that are beyond ones capacity, which a perfect being would be.

>Do humans have souls?

>Do animals have souls?

>Is there an afterlife?

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

All of this assumes something that either can not be known or can not be proven (which is almost always the same thing)

>Is morality objective or subjective?

How could it possibly be subjective.

Either something is inherently good or it isn't.

Some things can be neutral. Claiming no neutral ground suggests a false dichotomy.

Some morals override others. For example, using violence preemptively is usually bad. Knowing someone or something will eventually attack your life requires you act before it acts.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

See above.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Nonsensical question.

Groups outcompete individuals of the same capabilities, always.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes, to perpetuate life.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Yes, viruses and bacteria can both be considered alive, a dead mammal is like destroying a world for most of those microorganisms.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Death occurs because an infinitely multiplying clonal colony necessarily encounters conditions in which it can not thrive. It is more susceptible to any kind of change, even gradual change, than most organisms are susceptible to drastic change over a short period of time.

>I'd also like you to include your political beliefs (otherwise we may be straying too far off-topic from the board) and why/how your worldview has shaped those political beliefs.

This is a broad question and answering anything like IM A CONSERVATIVE or IM A LIBERAL is inadequate. fuck your datamining


6b1d0a  No.12238907


4cc69d  No.12238976

Read the Bible.

No. There is everlasting life.

God created Man out of the dust of the earth, and he created Woman from Man.

No. Evolution is a masonic lie used to demoralize humanity. Its message: you are little more than an ape who hath arisen from an amoebic primordial sludge that was perhaps struck by lightning in the yesterage of the ball earth. It's a demoralization tactic/subterfuge used to hide intelligent design from the common man.

Yes. No; he is incomplete and unable to experience limitation. You owe God an honorable life lived.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Objective.

Yes. To kill the man how enters your domicile with a firearm with intent to destroy you, rape your wife and daughter, and kill them is to at once take a human life, but to save the life of your family. Call this utilitarianism.

We have a duty to each other. Together, structures, bridges, law, language, commerce, and engineering/technology are produced and the level of comfort and extended survival is what we receive in exchange for this unspoken pledge which we make with our families and , perhaps, closest friends.

Yes.

Yes.

Death is not bad. To fail to live is much worse.

I'm a right-leaning Anti-Masonist. Getting jaded in art school (My concentration was sculpture/welding, woodwork, and ceramics) working with emphasis on craft and objective standards of quality whilst being exposed to armies of pastel-haired jewesses, faggots, miserable feminists, low-IQ post modernist, Dadaesque, pseudo-intellectual "anti-art", and having a religious LSD experience with my wife and realizing the poison that surrounded me sent me rocketing away from the left. The glaring anomaly in the Whitehouse and the urge to research that it instigated within me shaped my rather current understanding of matters of which I had been negligent of for quite some time. I've always held a conservative leaning, and after experiencing and observing enough of it for a lifetime, I've become disgusted with degeneracy.


ea6236  No.12239036

Philosophy PhD and current working Academic AMA


e7ec37  No.12239046

>>12238976

fuck yahweh


5bf946  No.12239050

>>12237251

>We are in the middle of a transition period now away from "D." It is difficult to predict the outcome of pure chaos and which mode will dominate after the collapse of the status quo, but the likely outcome will be dictatorship.

why is the likely outcome dictatorship? because you're expecting an "M" takeover?


1ad8a6  No.12239071

>>12238976

>god created everything from nothing

>evolution is a lie

You cannot and will never be a National Socialist, christian rats like yourself are only good as firewood. Your kike god is more important than the truth, and your own people. For that you are as bad as the whoriest coal burner there is.


9eae3c  No.12239081

File: bc7d39e8d48e1d0⋯.jpg (18.64 KB, 400x305, 80:61, dr evil.jpg)

>>12238896

>>12238896

>Directly from the Frankfurt School doctrine

All that says is "if we destroy reason we win". It has nothing to do with false concepts of "evil" which is illogical and doesn't tackle the real problems that reside in natural law.

You can make anything "evil" by religious standards. Race-ism can be "evil" because it's not a loving peaceful doctrine that accepts all apes.


a907db  No.12239084

>>12239081

People can read you fucking degenerate kike piece of filth. No fucking word game is going to work here. You are losing. You will lose. You always lose. I'm the fucking monster.


9eae3c  No.12239093

>>12239084

>I need to believe in a dark shadowy force called evil instead of looking at the real problems. I worship a Rabbi.

> I'm the fucking monster.

You sound like a bitch though.


621128  No.12239108

File: 5812627661816aa⋯.jpg (298.51 KB, 1000x1202, 500:601, 5812627661816aa890821c50bd….jpg)


a907db  No.12239112

>>12239093

When meaning is lost, when clearly formed FAITH is perceived more and more as a constricting dogma, as an aggravating fetter of reason, the cosmos which was held together by meaning falls apart, and the world divides iteself into the multiplicity of existing things and the SUBJECT WHICH CONFRONTS THIS multiplicity.

When faith is perceived as dogma, meaning falls apart and the world divides iteself into the dividing mechanism itself.


a907db  No.12239122

>>12239093

>You sound like a bitch though.

Just hope we never meet


798dc8  No.12239145

>>12236500

>Jean Paul Sartre - honorary jew

Even worse, a turbomanlet honorary Jew

As for the topic, I can recommend Vladimir Lossky's "Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church," having read it a few weeks ago.


798dc8  No.12239165

>>12238431

>One of the most genius formulations was the recognition of humanity as noble and worthy of just treatment based on our observable, demonstrable characteristics as humans.

That isn't genius. It's arbitrary and retarded.


2bad5e  No.12239410

>>12236500

>And know which philosophers are jews.

Basically most modern european philosophers, check history, even Incas have thinkers that did a lot, but for some reason just people after illustrated despotism is important.


945f06  No.12239421

OP is the same fag whose been making Peterstein threads. That or some journo scum. Either way, in the toilet goes your lonely, fishing, blogpost of schizophrenia.


4cc69d  No.12239994

>>12239071

And Charles Darwin was a Masonic Luciferian who issued a nihilistic subterfuge, which you have eaten up and ascribed to as a new religion. You are weak. You are pathetic. You believe that EVERYTHING in the universe was concentrated into a pinpoint and then a massive EXPLOSION set everything into being? You believe humans come from a sludge pool atop a cooling spinning molten ball spinning at a thousand miles an hour, spinning around the sun at 66,600 miles (666)an hour, spinning around the milky way galaxy at 666,000 miles per hour? The jews have you right where they want you. Alone in the universe, nihilistic, and hopeless. Not for me.

Christ spake the truth about the Jew (children of the lie, children of Satan). He flogged and drove them and their subversion from that which is to be held sacred. You are either a victim of the Jewish fangle, or you are a Jew trying to keep the filthy and cynical lie going.


4cc69d  No.12240613

>>12239994

Furthermore, the Passion of Christ is perhaps the most direct and powerful redpill that has ever been. The Roman Pontius Pilate saw no reason to prosecute Christ after the Jews arrested him and brought him forth. The powerful Roman prefect did not want to condemn Christ to death, but the Jews railed against this protest and rallied for Christ's death; "Crucify Him!", they shouted. They chose Barabbas' release over the release of Christ, and Pilate gave into the demands of the mob of Jews. The Jews killed Jesus Christ.


1c428d  No.12240805

File: b2afc4a87df5530⋯.jpg (197.93 KB, 1000x541, 1000:541, b2afc4a87df5530e01313c3321….jpg)

>>12236788

Checked

>Evola's doctrine

Good to see another.


221eb5  No.12240842

>>12239994

>Christ spake the truth about the Jew

Why is it like pulling teeth to get Christians to understand this?

What more evidence do they need that jews are the spawn of Satan? We need those of you that know the truth to get the rest of your Christians on board.


32c796  No.12240993

File: 69bd144cbef35d9⋯.png (2.28 MB, 2048x2048, 1:1, Apo7X-180902-1.png)

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Ex Nihilo, but a pointless question. How does the Universe "be"? The universe is. How is the universe being? Just a fractal.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

>Life is a subjective experience, everything's just a fractal defined across T (time).

How do you think life first originated on earth?

>Ex Nihilo, from Earth most likely. How does life "be" It's the universe looking back. It's memories.

>Do you believe in evolution?

It seems apparent. I've changed over my lifetime. It may happen on larger scales.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

God is a young man too.

Read the Book of Job

>Do humans have souls?

Not the right question

Do animals have souls?

Are we not animals?

>Is there an afterlife?

Death

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

You live in others. Others live in you.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Objective in the sense. You append morality over time from others. Morality varies on the things around you and memories.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Morality varies on the things around you and memories

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We've gotten this far together.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

That which interacts has form. Something is as some other percieves it, i.e. interaction.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Life is a loosely defined term, Morality varies on the things around you and memories.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

We've gotten this far….


8e3b24  No.12241025

File: b66e6d7714d59f3⋯.jpg (41.47 KB, 480x480, 1:1, muslim sex crime.jpg)

>>12239122

>Just hope we never meet

You sure as fuck don't, bitch.

>>12239112

>When meaning is lost, when clearly formed FAITH is perceived more and more as a constricting dogma

<Faith

<Meaning

Pick one. Faith is the lack of meaning. It's a liars way out. It's the denial of reason. It's mind control.

>When faith is perceived as dogma, meaning falls apart and the world divides iteself into the dividing mechanism itself.

Yeah, that's the nature of reality. See video: >>12238489

"The futue is not a river which carries us, it is an ocean in which we drown if we are not prepared."

You nu/pol/ fags have to stop ignoring the thread and looking for triggers to attack. That's 4chan. Not here.

>>12240993

>Not going to read thread just gives muh opinion!

>npc new/pol/ just answering the survey


8e3b24  No.12241035

>>12239994

>And Charles Darwin was a Masonic Luciferian

Luciferians are anti-evolution and anti-nature feminists. Blavasky was 20yrs after Darwin and that's her sect of goymasonry.


32c796  No.12241059

File: 365ffcf2b25052b⋯.gif (6.04 MB, 368x656, 23:41, 20180918_120127_001_1.gif)

>>12241025

I figured I'd give my opinion before listening to the words of others. Helps my answers speak morw honestly.


c5454f  No.12241074

>>12240993

>God is a young man too. Read the Book of Job

Okay, I read it. It said you were full of shit.


32c796  No.12241121

File: 661eb03aae8b05a⋯.gif (7.42 MB, 640x368, 40:23, cri1_1.gif)

File: e79e098036715e4⋯.gif (6.6 MB, 640x368, 40:23, cri1_2.gif)

>>12240842

Samael סַמָּאֵל‬ is the "god". The jews don't want Christains to know that.

In the bible, who attacks the jews bloodline more than anybody else?

guardian angel of Esau, Isaacs first born son. The first born rite stolen by his crafty brother Jacob. Samael attacked him for it.

Jacobs sons started the tribes of Israel. It goes on and on.


8e3b24  No.12241149

>>12241121

>muh middle eastern fairy tales

"Eli Eli why have you forsaken me!", that's what Jesus called his father on the cross. God is a Germanic word for Godin.

You worship El…. DRINK HIS CHILD'S BLOOD – EAT HIS CHILD'S FLESH!

#spiritcooking


a60934  No.12241151

>How do you think the universe came to be?

I have no opinion on the subject.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

All life as we know it, sure. Heat death of the universe and all that.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Culmination of various happenings. Protozoa, single-cell, evolution, etc.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yep

>Do you think there is a God?

No

>Do humans have souls?

No

>Do animals have souls?

No

>Is there an afterlife?

No

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

No

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Indifferent

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Obviously, yes. Times change, people change, life changes, circumstances change.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

I think humans are social creatures and, as such, share a social contract to not go around raping and killing each other.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No

>Is one life worth more than another?

No

>Is human death bad?

No. It is as natural as rain.

There you go. I've added to your datamine.


8e3b24  No.12241152

File: 313419a3ba496d8⋯.jpg (37.89 KB, 474x656, 237:328, risen.jpg)

>>12241149

>>12241149

>You worship El…. DRINK HIS CHILD'S BLOOD – EAT HIS CHILD'S FLESH!

>#spiritcooking

Forgot pic


32c796  No.12241171

|| There was another angel in the seventh heaven, different in appearance from all the others, and of frightful mien. His height was so great, it would have taken five hundred years to cover a distance equal to it, and from the crown of his head to the soles of his feet he was studded with glaring eyes. "This one," said Metatron, addressing Moses, "is Samael, who takes the soul away from man." "Whither goes he now?" asked Moses, and Metatron replied, "To fetch the soul of Job the pious." ||

Job 1:6-12

Now it fell upon a day, that the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them.

>And the LORD said unto Satan: 'Whence comest thou?'

>Then Satan answered the LORD, and said: 'From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.'

And the LORD said unto Satan:

>'Hast thou considered My servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a whole-hearted and an upright man, one that feareth God, and shunneth evil?'

Then Satan answered the LORD, and said:

>'Doth Job fear God for nought? Hast not Thou made a hedge about him, and about his house, and about all that he hath, on every side?

>Thou hast blessed the work of his hands, and his possessions are increased in the land.

>But put forth Thy hand now, and touch all that he hath, surely he will blaspheme Thee to Thy face.'

And the LORD said unto Satan:

>'Behold, all that he hath is in thy power; only upon himself put not forth thy hand.'

>So Satan went forth from the presence of the LORD.


32c796  No.12241219

Job 3:1-5

After this opened Job his mouth, and cursed his day. And Job spoke, and said: Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night wherein it was said: 'A man-child is brought forth.' Let that day be darkness; let not God inquire after it from above, neither let the light shine upon it. Let darkness and the shadow of death claim it for their own; let a cloud dwell upon it; let all that maketh black the day terrify it.

Job 3:8

>Let them curse it that curse the day, who are ready to rouse up leviathan.

Job 3:11-19

Why died I not from the womb? Why did I not perish at birth? Why did the knees receive me? And wherefore the breasts, that I should suck? For now should I have lain still and been quiet; I should have slept; then had I been at rest—

>With kings and counsellors of the earth, who built up waste places for themselves; Or with princes that had gold, who filled their houses with silver; Or as a hidden untimely birth I had not been; as infants that never saw light.

There the wicked cease from troubling; and there the weary are at rest.

>There the prisoners are at ease together; they hear not the voice of the taskmaster. The small and great are there alike; and the servant is free from his master.

Job 3:22-25

Who rejoice unto exultation, and are glad, when they can find the grave?—

>To a man whose way is hid, and whom God hath hedged in?

For my sighing cometh instead of my food, and my roarings are poured out like water. For the thing which I did fear is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of hath overtaken me.


32c796  No.12241316

File: 7e5b1ca9425a4ca⋯.png (2.19 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, kee.png)

Job 12:1-4

Then Job answered and said: No doubt but ye are the people, and wisdom shall die with you.

>But I have understanding as well as you; I am not inferior to you; yea, who knoweth not such things as these?

I am as one that is a laughing-stock to his neighbour, a man that called upon God, and He answered him; the just, the innocent man is a laughing-stock,

Job 12:10-25

In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind.”

>*Doth not the ear try words, even as the palate tasteth its food?* Is wisdom with aged men, and understanding in length of days?”

((()))

>With Him is wisdom and might; He hath counsel and understanding.

>Behold, He breaketh down, and it cannot be built again; He shutteth up a man, and there can be no opening. Behold, He withholdeth the waters, and they dry up; also He sendeth them out, and they overturn the earth.

>With Him is strength and sound wisdom; the deceived and the deceiver are His.

>He leadeth counsellors away stripped, and judges maketh He fools.

>He looseth the bond of kings, and bindeth their loins with a girdle.

>He leadeth priests away stripped, and overthroweth the mighty.

>He removeth the speech of men of trust, and taketh away the sense of the elders.

>He poureth contempt upon princes, and looseth the belt of the strong.

>He uncovereth deep things out of darkness, and bringeth out to light the shadow of death.

>He increaseth the nations, and destroyeth them;

>He enlargeth the nations, and leadeth them away.

>He taketh away the heart of the chiefs of the people of the land, and causeth them to wander in a wilderness where there is no way.

>They grope in the dark without light, and He maketh them to stagger like a drunken man.

((()))

Job 13:1-12

Lo, mine eye hath seen all this, mine ear hath heard and understood it.

>What ye know, do I know also; I am not inferior unto you. Notwithstanding I would speak to the Almighty, and I desire to reason with God.

>But ye are plasterers of lies, ye are all physicians of no value.

Oh that ye would altogether hold your peace! and it would be your wisdom.

>Hear now my reasoning, and hearken to the pleadings of my lips.

>Will ye speak unrighteously for God, and talk deceitfully for Him?

Will ye show Him favour? Will ye contend for God?

>Would it be good that He should search you out?

>Or as one mocketh a man, will ye mock Him?

>He will surely reprove you, if ye do secretly show favour.

Shall not His majesty terrify you, and His dread fall upon you? Your memorials shall be like unto ashes, your eminences to eminences of clay.


32c796  No.12241340

File: cf5ed93a8335eb6⋯.jpg (18.66 KB, 500x281, 500:281, get-some-help.jpg)

Job 28:1-11

For there is a mine for silver, and a place for gold which they refine. Iron is taken out of the dust, and brass is molten out of the stone. Man setteth an end to darkness, and searcheth out to the furthest bound the stones of thick darkness and of the shadow of death. He breaketh open a shaft away from where men sojourn; they are forgotten of the foot that passeth by; they hang afar from men, they swing to and fro. As for the earth, out of it cometh bread, and underneath it is turned up as it were by fire. The stones thereof are the place of sapphires, and it hath dust of gold. That path no bird of prey knoweth, neither hath the falcon's eye seen it; The proud beasts have not trodden it, nor hath the lion passed thereby. He putteth forth his hand upon the flinty rock; He overturneth the mountains by the roots. He cutteth out channels among the rocks; and his eye seeth every precious thing. He bindeth the streams that they trickle not; and the thing that is hid bringeth he forth to light.


221eb5  No.12241344

>>12241025

You're a fat jew and your words are thinly veiled attempts to defend the indefensible. 2000 years and you still can't divide Christians enough to push your filth into the US. Look at them rally behind a false prophet that promises to remove your degeneracy from their midst.

You have no power here.


32c796  No.12241390

File: bea17a429f78fac⋯.jpg (511.34 KB, 2302x2979, 2302:2979, 1240048a.jpg)

File: 3f41aa5203f7249⋯.png (1019 B, 15x19, 15:19, 3f41aa5203f7249d5a6cd36144….png)

Job 28:20-28

Whence then cometh wisdom? And where is the place of understanding?

>Seeing it is hid from the eyes of all living, and kept close from the fowls of the air.

>Destruction and Death say: 'We have heard a rumor thereof with our ears.' God understandeth the way thereof, and He knoweth the place thereof.

For He looketh to the ends of the earth, and seeth under the whole heaven; When He maketh a weight for the wind, and meteth out the waters by measure. When He made a decree for the rain, and a way for the storm of thunders;

>Then did He see it, and declare it; He established it, yea, and searched it out.

And unto man He said: 'Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding.'


7a6a33  No.12241572

File: 27700f7175b7ae1⋯.png (202.36 KB, 500x335, 100:67, ClipboardImage.png)

related blogpost from that guy from iron march who did the books republishing stuff:

http://pathofgods.tumblr.com/worldview

COPYPASTA:

With Philosophy and Traditionalism I would advise on following the reading order. I didn’t include Julius Evola because I made a whole separate reading guide for him.

With European Paganism start with Collin Cleary’s books and articles, regardless what branch of Paganism you are interested in. He is the best contemporary Pagan Philosopher, no doubt. After that, read what you find the most interesting. Either other contemporary works or ancient ones. I only included books from Greek and Germanic branches because that’s where my focus lies. I will eventually expand the list to include the other branches as well.

With Hinduism start with the first two books. If you want to get into Tantrism start with Tantric Traditions or The Yoga of Power.

I could add hundreds of more books but no point in that. If you want more you can always check what authors are citing and read that. You can find PDF/epub of most of them at libgen.io.

List with Articles will constantly be updated.

Philosophy:

Anthony Kenny - A New History of Western Philosophy

Pierre Hadot - What is Ancient Philosophy?

Jonathan Barnes - Early Greek Philosophy

Anthony Ludovici - Who is to be Master of the World?

R. J. Hollingdale - A Nietzsche Reader

Martin Heidegger - Basic Writings

Traditionalism:

Raido - A Handbook of Traditional Living

James S. Cutsinger - Advice for the Serious Seeker

VA - The Underlying Religion: An Introduction to the Perennial Philosophy

The Essential Rene Guenon

The Essential Ananda K. Coomaraswamy

The Essential Frithjof Schuon

European Paganism:

Edith Hamilton - Mythology

Walter F. Otto - The Homeric Gods

Walter Burkert - Greek Religion

Collin Cleary - Summoning the Gods

Collin Cleary - What is a Rune?

Alain de Benoist - On Being a Pagan

Stephen A. McNallen - Asatru: A Native European Spirituality

Daniel McCoy - The Viking Spirit

Daniel McCoy - The Love of Destiny

H. R. Ellis Davidson - Gods and Myths of Northern Europe

Maria Kvilhaug - The Seed of Yggdrasil

Kris Kershaw - The One-eyed God: Odin and the (Indo-)Germanic

Männerbünde

Georges Dumezil - Mitra-Varuna

TYR: Myth - Culture - Tradition vol. 1-5

Homer - Iliad

Homer - Odyssey

The Homeric Hymns

Hesiod - Theogony and Works and Days

Virgil - Aeneid

Tacitus - The Agricola and the Germania

The Prose Edda

The Poetic Edda

The Saga of the Volsungs

The Sagas of Icelanders

Beowulf

Hinduism:

Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya - Sanatana Dharma

Alain Daniélou - The Myths and Gods of India

Ananda K. Coomaraswamy - Myths of the Hindus and Buddhists

Sri Aurobindo - Essays on the Gita

Gwendolyn Taunton - Tantric Traditions

Julius Evola - The Yoga of Power

Wolf-Dieter Storl - Shiva: The Wild God of Power and Ecstasy

Alain Daniélou - While the Gods Play

Alain Daniélou - Gods of Love and Ecstasy

Vanamali - Shiva: Stories and Teachings from the Shiva Mahapurana

Arthur Avalon - The Serpent Power

Vedas

Upanishads

Bhagavad-Gita

Puranas

Mahabharata

Ramayana

Articles:

Collin Cleary:

The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III], [Part IV], [Part V], [Part VI]

What is Odinism?

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III], [Part IV]

Ancestral Being

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III], [Part IV]

An Esoteric Commentary on the Volsung Saga

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III]

Introduction to Vedanta

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III], [Part IV]

How to Know if You Have Had a Mystical Experience

Evola’s Nietzschean Ethics: A Code of Conduct for the Higher Man

in Kali Yuga

Others:

Dominique Venner - The Homeric Triad

Dominique Venner - Homer: The European Bible

[Part I], [Part II], [Part III]

Mark Dyal - The Homeric Gods


7a6a33  No.12241574

>>12241572

niggered up the formatting because of copypasta

titles of sections are attached to bottom of other sections. Sorry m8s


a5a5ca  No.12241762

One part of the letter appears to be a message to President Barack Obama, and another page lists "noteworthy Martians." U.S. lawmakers and Israeli government officials are among those listed.

Kyle Odom


08a757  No.12241763

File: 7ae10e46cece40f⋯.jpg (199.87 KB, 1185x2048, 1185:2048, modern philosophy vs real.jpg)

>>12241340

>Job 28:1-11

filtered

>>12241344

>2000 years and you still can't divide Christians

600 years in Europe. 1200-1800 before they rejected your spiritual Communism.


000000  No.12241823

>>12241763

>WASH YOUR PENIS

where did Peterson say that?

can't find any source/vid


92ddc7  No.12241843

>>12235600

How do I become smart enough come to my own opinions about philosophy. What is the best introduction, there is so much jargon, and variation, in wording, and context throughout the history of philosophy that I can't really say anything for sure about any philosopher that has not been made obvious.


92ddc7  No.12241887

>>12241763

I think Peterson gets bashed improperly. He is first, and foremost a teacher of philosophy, then a philosopher. The context of his guidance should be seen as self-help that could you use philosophy but mainly is just information that is strictly practical, rather then theory. He is a self-help lecturer, that is one of his jobs. Though, in response to the obvious nature of " clean your room " and " don't do bad things " I think it is his response to what he thinks is a lack of fundamentals that use to be common to society. I mean gender, is something that is looked at with skepticism now, why wouldn't he say this obvious shit like it is profound. It is amazing how such small shit can be disregarded as vital to progress, and he talk about this. He says that it's silly things, the small things are what we need to do first, we need to be humble and see how little structure is in modern lifestyle. Though, I will say this, to the extent he thinks that these are foreign to modern society may not be as great as he thinks, but they are close is my opinion. Clean your room, is not philosophy it's self-help advice, that he backs up with information he gained as a philosophy teacher.


6151ab  No.12241894

>>12241887

>I think Peterson gets bashed improperly

Think again, kiddo >>12241886

>>12241861


92ddc7  No.12241899

>>12241894

I really don't see the issue here. Does she say that the boy identifies as a girl?


6151ab  No.12242055

File: f55e33e3fb8731a⋯.png (92.17 KB, 610x529, 610:529, alt right peterson jew ale….png)

>>12241899

>I really don't see the issue here.

You're a lost caused, kiddo. I'm sorry your father was such a failure.


4cc69d  No.12242860

File: 96c3532238e5b23⋯.jpg (6.5 KB, 216x143, 216:143, avav.jpg)

File: 7a82e4360fc22b3⋯.png (1.48 MB, 623x800, 623:800, aqe.png)

File: 5edd155e1e4a8bc⋯.png (2.34 MB, 1920x1200, 8:5, stsh.png)

>>12240993

And I thought Acid changed me.

>>12240842

Most Christians are castrated, inept cuckolds/cuckesses. Christianity was militant. For the love of God, this is written in the bible; these are the words of St. Paul in one of his letters to the Thessalonians :

>‘These Jews killed Jesus and the prophets and for that reason they displease God and are the enemies of all mankind.'[7]

IN THE FUCKING BIBLE ITSELF

Christ drove the merchants from the temple, the Knights Templar exacted revenge upon the Muslim Caliphate. Pope Innocent III decreed as follows:

>"Although Christian piety tolerates the Jews . . . whose own fault commits them to perpetual slavery . . . and allows them to continue with us (even though the Moors will not tolerate them), they must not be allowed to remain ungrateful to us in such a way as to repay us with contumely for favors and contempt for our familiarity. They are admitted to our familiarity only through our mercy; but they are to us dangerous as the insect in the apple, as the serpent in the breast * * * Since, therefore, they have already begun to gnaw like the rat, and to stink like the serpent, it is to our shame that the fire in our breast which is being eaten into by them, does not consume them * * * As they are reprobate slaves of the Lord, in whose death they evilly conspired (at least by the effect of the deed), let them acknowledge themselves as slaves of those whom the death of Christ has made free."(2)

In 1215, Innocent III decreed the Roman Catholic attitude towards the Jews:

>The first is financial, containing protective measures for Christians against the rapacity of Jews as usurers. Only Jews were permitted to lend money at interest.

>The second decrees that all Jews be distinguished for all time from Christians by color of dress and distinctive badge.

>The third forbids Jews to have Christians as nurses, tutors, and domestic servants and forbids Christians to cohabit with Jews and Jewesses. Legal marriage with them was impossible.

>The fourth forbids the acceptance of legal testimony of Jews against Christians and orders preference for the testimony of a Christian against a Jew. An order is also added that all in authority in Church and State must watch continually lest converted and baptized Jews continue to practice the rites of their former faith.

A few years later Pope Innocent III reiterates and confirms these edicts of the Lateran Council as follows:

>"TO THE KING OF FRANCE THAT HE MUST CRUSH THE INSOLENCE OF THE JEWS RESIDING IN HIS KINGDOM,

It goes on. Curiously enough, this all slowed down once global banking took root in our world. There's been a great deal of subversion and obfuscation of the truth, and, clearly, we have some work to do. Bishop Richard Williamson started chipping away at the façade, but great torment befell him for his words, which is a shame. Even Benedict XVI bent the knee to the Jew. It has to stop. Christian's are the literal and willing GOYIM for the Jew, and it disgusts me.

The salt upon the wound is the disgrace that inhabits the Vatican today. Here he is with one of the Jews, Ronald Lauder, who orchestrated the financial gain provided from the Holocaust instantiated on 9/11/2001.

Therein the Holy Bible contains the ultimate Redpill on the Jews. There is no denying any of this. Athiests are exactly where the Jew wants them: hopeless, downtrodden, without mooring, lost in pure subjectivity, and, having been subjected to relentless spiritual trauma in the guise of silver-penned theories of jew pedophiles like Sigmund Freud, masonic luciferians like Charles Darwin, crypto-jew pseudo-intellectuals modern evoloutionary biologists (professional fiction peddlers a la Sam Harris and Eric/Bret Weinstein), are bereft of any and all sense meaning and left in a state of pure and utter confusion.


4cc69d  No.12242862

File: d79cb372aa2126d⋯.png (601.43 KB, 800x570, 80:57, avrvear.png)

>>12242860

Ronald Lauder


4cc69d  No.12242876

File: 404fb1cee4bcd92⋯.png (158.22 KB, 474x262, 237:131, aoijvr.png)

>>12242860

The Great Bishop Richard Williamson


2bff6e  No.12242890

File: 8aaa3f8825cae64⋯.png (378.3 KB, 619x628, 619:628, buy my rug bucko.png)

File: a1a3bdfbf27e51c⋯.jpg (101.92 KB, 1045x733, 1045:733, peterson rug rdj 2.jpg)

>>12242055

>picture of the $2000 rug as thumbnail for article defending kikes


221eb5  No.12242958

>>12242860

Its depressing to know this and see the state of the modern Christian. This sort of truth is something I can get behind, but every Christian mass I've attended is in a grand plaza with a ton of well-off people talking about how loving the world is. The religion has been hijacked and I could see/feel it from an early age. I used to feel something "off" as a kid and these grown adults are still feasting on the lie.

The world has never felt right to me and peace and acceptance always seemed to work against my better judgement. Now, at least I know that there were once many of like-mind willing to sacrifice to make things right.


7bfa44  No.12242995

>>12242958

Christ insanity was never "hijacked".

Its always been Jewish poison that was created to mentally enslave whites for Jew's benefit.

Through control of us, they gained control of our physical military might and used us to conquer the world for them.

Now that this is accomplished Jews don't really need Christ insanity anymore so have weakened their goyim control cult by design.

They allow it to get partially militant again when they need yet another worthless illegal middle eastern war on Israel's behalf at which point they set the race traitor Pastor Hagee loose along with all the other zionist white race traitor preacher scum like him to whip up white Christian 18 year old dupes to go and die for Jewsus in the desert.

What would be healthiest for young white males to do is to listen to Varg Vikernes's teachings and throw the Buy Bull in the trash where it belongs as once you rediscover your true European ancestral heritage, religion and identity you don't need a false Jewish Christian one to fill whatever void there is in your life.


4cc69d  No.12243015

File: 334033dd36af0cf⋯.png (200.66 KB, 500x500, 1:1, avreaag.png)

File: 018fc3e46b4f777⋯.png (153.4 KB, 482x600, 241:300, abrawba.png)

>>12242995

GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE YOU FILTHY FUCKING JEW


221eb5  No.12243017

File: f590e95a55d723e⋯.png (838.42 KB, 789x894, 263:298, JudahsDemise1.PNG)

File: f05996ceea6ae13⋯.png (364.99 KB, 787x869, 787:869, JudahsDemise2.PNG)

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>>12242995

Do you know what the difference between a fact and an opinion is?

Facts can be backed with evidence, opinions are words coming out of peoples mouth. Just noises constructed to evoke a certain reply or thought within the audience.

I've seen you guys with your words about "Christianity is a jew trick" and every bit of evidence I uncover refutes it.

Back up your claim with evidence or consider the evidence. I did.


4cc69d  No.12243027

>>12242995

You stake your wager upon the bet that we are ignorant of history, biblical history, and what is plainly written in the bible. You think we are fucking stupid, that we do not pay attention.

Pour over your voluminous Talmud, but you aren't the only one who reads and studies tradition, Jew. Your true nature is writ in between the bindings of the Good Book, and your destiny is established. There's nothing you can do now.


ac102f  No.12243185

File: db04d46e0559369⋯.jpg (62.91 KB, 850x400, 17:8, f1ae2a9d47d4686a8b04a543b5….jpg)

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>>12235777 CHECKKK'D

>Will to power is so fucking motivational.

>>12236788 HEIL'D

>>12236988 HEIL'D

>>12237088 HEIL'D

Probably, but all the posts say heil Hitler in the end.

>>12237100 OBSERVED

>>12237050

He's just a buthurt shill. Rosicrutions are only the a turn of the century (((populist))) adaption of Hermetic law.

>>12238904

>Alright. I will participate in this

DATAMINING THREAD

I'm honestly of the opinion at this point after all these years, after all the attacks upon my person and social life, that free speech and the unrestricted flow of information is the single most important thing, more important that life itself. Information assures ascension.

>>12241762

Actually more credible that most will believe.

>>12235600 DUBZ

And now for (you)

>How do you think the universe came to be?

The universe came to be by the desire of God coming into (the) form of creation.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

All life transmutes, but never really ends, only changes forms until we can become (self) aware enough to escape cyclical reincarnation and keep eternal continuity to consciousness.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

As we understand, "Earth" or "Earthly existence" or "Earth like realms" are all the on the same level of consciousness. It matters not what it is called and all realms of similar wave length would be connected to each other via symptomatic resonance if not out right traversable by a commoner of that level of existance.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes, but also along side and guided by spirit in the most intimate way, or as some say, intelligent design.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect?

Yes and yes, but he prefers to take a mostly hands off approach to preserve the free will of creation.

>If so, do we owe anything to God?

No, however the more we allign ourselves with source, the more powerful, aware, and godlike we become.

>Do humans have souls?

Without defining terms, I'll give a simple yes to the uninitiated person.

>Do animals have souls?

Yes, but without the higher chakral interfaces that man has. However compared to the gods, even man has a simple soul.

>Is there an afterlife?

Yes, however it's just a stopping over point where we touch base with our higher self and racial oversoul before descending into carnation once more.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

Answered above.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Absolute immutable, any violation results in immediate karmic repercussions that can be observed on a physical stress/tension level in addition to emotional/mental and eventually if not balanced, further effects as well.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Circumstance is everything, though you must have a unifying belief of supreme integrity to reconcile when the circumstances arrive or else the plague of degeneration will be upon you.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

All is interrelated, though on different levels. Those closest to us, our kin, our clan, our volk, in order of closest to farthest, are to whom we owe loyalty to. On a larger scale, to the trees, the rivers, the mountains, and animals, in their own respect as they allow us to thrive, but only when they themselves do.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

To grow. To develop. To become more than you were before in every aspect. Physically, energetically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. To expand your perspective to the horizon, and then, to do it again ad infinitum. To become aware of everything you have seen in an intimate way. To become the complete self-realized God in every way. And then to grow.

>Is one life worth more than another?

One life may have greater potential that another, though both have the right to life, and so long as one does not abdicate their right by ignobly attacking another they both shall be. If one wages war upon another, the one not acting in virtue shall be struck down by the one bearing the torch of nobility.

>Is human death bad? If not, why?

No, merely the result of ignorance of the bodies function, however it takes most a great number of incarnations to arrive at the depth of bodily wisdom of the immortals.

>If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

The only way to achieve meaningful immortality is through union with spirit, any technological or otherwise external (i.e., transhumanistic) method will eventually fail as it's fighting spirit and the building weight of karma rather than flowing with it as the fully awakened force of eternity embodied.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

No, upon the arrival of any seeming end you will find that it's just a portal to new expansion in the next cycle.


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2ac740  No.12243253

>>12243015

>GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE YOU FILTHY FUCKING JEW

>is a jew

Fuck off kike, christianity is a kike religion and it has been used to enslave the goyim for the kikes globohomo world order. You should get the fuck out of here, and maybe kill yourself, or just do 5 minutes of research.


221eb5  No.12243345

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>>12243253

seriously, if you aren't shilling, read this.

Christianity outdates the jew by a large margin

you can't invent something that was here before you, can you?

https://imgur.com/a/McgDyFy


df6772  No.12243408

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I think I personally don't need mumbo jumbo. You just want to be happy in a sustainable way. In order to be happy you need to follow your instincts. And I don't mean in that (((animalistic))) way (((MTV))) and the like promote the unwashed lefties and potheads mean, I mean in the way a man should want to be. Contentment with a well lived life. Your instincts are complex and are the result of evolution. If you overdo the simple pleasures by overeating, jacking off or sleeping around too much, you'll overdo your dopamine and you'll need a bigger hit the next time. And you'll also have instincts that will fuck you up if you keep doing that and not have kids. You aren't a nigger who'll be content by being full, sitting on a rock and screwing some sheboon and never seeing her again. You're a man who has instincts that won't let you keep still and be content until you have kids with a woman worthy of having a family.

That can fall apart if she divorces you, therefor you'll find a traditional woman before you settle down.

That will go to shit if your kids are ugly, retarded or fucked in the head, which means the woman has to be from your race (prefferrably the same ethnicity) so the kid isn't fucked up and has to be at least somewhat attractive and smart because those things, along with instincts are genetic and therefor heritable.

You also want your kids to be able to have a family which means you want your ethnicity to survive and have a stable society which means fuck the kikes and their degeneracy and even a slight opposition to Christianity as it is currently practiced which enables the ones who drag your people down to reproduce and encourages foreigners to come and "integrate".

If you need spirituality as well, I mentioned the instincts that are heritable. Even food preference and character traits are also heritable. If you really need to you can call that a soul. You can even say you need to be careful who you're having kids with because the kids will have half of your and half of her soul. You could also say you don't really exist as a separate entity, you're just a part of the life of your lineage and even if your consciousness will end your life will go on. When a cell divides, who's to say the two cells that are the result are separate from the one that was divided? You're the continuation of an unbroken chain of life since the beginning and it's your duty to keep it going.

Other, more practical things that you come to when you think like that can be summed up with "being a nazi", i.e. going to the gym, reading, being in a stable relationship that is leading to marriage, supporting "extreme right wingers" who believe in Lebensraum for your people (look up "Ethnic genetic interests of whites" by VertigoPolitix) and oppose kike influence and staying away from vices. There's also the thing that resources are finite and life is a zero sum game which means, given the resources we should prioritize the downfall of kikes first, asians second and everyone else automatically goes away without kike influence.

Second thing, history all the way to Babylon and maybe even earlier shows that without a religion keeping people in line, birthrates drop and barbarians take over.

The problem of today is that all religions are hostile and aren't teaching kids to keep society going but to make it crumble down. They're either too lax, giving Chad and Stacy absolution and getting them to keep going, getting kids to be little beta faggots or are encouraging racemixing. In order to be personally successful and to keep your family going, you need to do it the hard way, going to Church in this time will accomplish nothing. The problem is that society isn't made of philosophers who will be able to understand what I'm writing here so the longterm survival demands someone make a new religion and get the plebs in line. The Gauss curve is real and the majority won't get off their alcohol and screwing around to achieve higher goals without someone threatening them and society getting them in line.

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df6772  No.12243409

Now, given this, let me go to the questions.

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Probably the big bang shit but something like that shouldn't matter too much to you.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Possibly through heat death but something so far away shouldn't concern you, you handle your own life, your own family and your own nation.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

There's studies which show complex molecules which can become simple cells can be formed wen exposed to solar radiation on asteroids. It isn't far fetched to think something like this crashed into the Earth and that's how life started. But ultimately, the start isn't so relevant, live your life, start a family, help your people.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

I don't really care, the reality is how it is and my behavior is adapted to it irregardless of God.

>Do humans have souls?

>Do animals have souls?

If you take that definition of a soul I put earlier, yes.

>Is there an afterlife?

No.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

Everything is heritable so you're kinda reincarnated through your kids. But your awareness and consciousness will irrevocably end, none of that retarded pooinloo shit.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

What you should want to achieve is objective.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Definitely. When faced with defeat, everything becomes acceptable.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

You should help those close to you but the further you go goals you have in common and reason you have to be invested in them drops and competition in a zero sum game goes up.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Definitely. For instance, if you had a kid who's destined for greatness and is excelling in everything and a kid with a down syndrome who's just dragging you and your other kids down, who'd you pick to sacrifice if you had to? Hell, I'd pick the down syndrome kid to sacrifice if I had to or not.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Depends on the human. If a dindu migrant on his way to Europe dies, it's good. If a kid full of potential that's a member my family dies it's bad and everyone else is in between.

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d5edcf  No.12243424

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MAKE THEM SCARED!

A website allegedly run by University of Washington students allows individuals to publicly accuse people of sexual assault with no evidence.

The website, titled “Make them scared UW,” was first registered in November of last year but reportedly launched in late September of this year by University of Washington students, the Daily UW campus newspaper reports.

It appears that the list of accused rapists and sexual assault perpetrators has grown substantially on the site in recent weeks in the wake of the rape claims made against U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Meanwhile, one student named on “Make them scared UW” told The College Fix that the allegation is false, that the University of Washington has dismissed the allegations against him as completely uncorroborated and cleared him of any wrongdoing.

Thus far, every person named on the list is male, and their names include the school they attend. Many listed on the site appear to be University of Washington students, but as apparent word of this site has spread, students from many other colleges are now listed, too.

The site does not employ any mechanisms to verify the truth of any accusations it publishes, and the website’s moderators attempt to protect themselves from liability or criticism by stating atop the list of the accused,

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-05/make-them-scared-website-posts-uncorroborated-sexual-assault-claims-against-male


000000  No.12243430

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Philosophically speaking I think we should privatise the ocean.


ea08fc  No.12243437

>>12243408

I just wanted to let you know I read your entire post and savored every word


c2d055  No.12243544

>>12235600

How do you think the universe came to be?

It's like this:

1. we exist within an omniverse, which contains multiple multiverses, each of which contains multiple timelines, each of which contains multiple universes.

2. each multiverse has it's own set of natural laws, there is at least one multiverse for every possible set of natural laws, some of these sets of laws can support life, these natural laws come from their multiverse's "core" around which is an oval-shaped "shell" made up of the elliptical orbits of all of it's timelines, with the "reset" points at the far end of a timeline's ellipses, and the "max size" points at the closest part of the timeline to the "core".

3. each multiverse also has it's own set of timelines (which are defined as the sequence of universes between the expansion and collapse events that reset every timeline), each timeline has a sequence of universes that begin from a brief period of nothing* between resets, grow in size, reach a maximum size, shrink in size, then collapse back into nothing, before the cycle repeats itself.

(*see "A Universe from Nothing" by Lawrence Krauss for an explanation on how that could happen, true nothing does not exist except between the death and rebirth of a timeline, and this nothing is very unstable, and prone to "splitting", which starts a chain reaction, which makes bubble of existence we call home, and "blows it up" like a balloon, aka the big bang)

4. a universe gets it's own unconventional redefinition here, only to be used for the purposes of this model's explanation, universes are the static configurations of whatever makes up the smallest level of existence between the beginning and end of each timeline (not specified due to much speculation about the lowest level of existence, most annoyingly with preference being unduly given towards strings/loops of energy by those outside of the physics community, mostly likely because the proponents really know how to sell it and make it seem exciting, once we kick the Jews out of science, we need to bring back impartiality and end this popularity contest)

5. each timeline is also like a series of frames in a reel of film, for visualization's sake, let's say that it's an episode of astro boy, say in that every moment of a universe, past present, and future, co-exists permanently with each other, each trapped in an unchanging state, Heraclitus and the "Block Time" theorists are correct, there is no movement, no change, no past or future, just the eternal now that is the present, time is an illusion because our brains remember the past and anticipate the future, at the same time, every moment, past present and future exists simultaneously with the present, but as separate entities from it, there are also multip0le "you's", as every previous and future moment what you define as "you" existed, contained a different and completely separate "you". (astro-boy can't move from a past frame into a future frame any more than he can move from a future frame into a past one, instead, the present, past, and future frames each have their own astro-boy, but future astro remembers being present astro, who remembers being past astro. mind=blown).

It's also worth noting that there are at least two versions of very moment in a timeline, and if there are more, then they will always show up as even numbers, this is because very timeline repeats that same series of events twice, once on on side of the multiverse's "core", and once on the opposite side.

Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

if by "all life" you mean just life on earth, it will end when the sun reaches a stage that makes life on this planet impossible, we will hopefully have evacuated the planet by then, if you mean in this universe, it will end when the universe reaches such a stage as to make life impossible within it, but hopefully we will have found a way to evacuate before that happens as well, perhaps into the past, perhaps into another universe, in the large-scale given the cyclical and inconsistent nature of time, and the nigh-infinite number of possible universes out there (all the possible sets of natural laws that can produce a viable multiverse + every possible timeline (defined as a sequence of universes (configurations of matter + energy)) - within each viable set of natural laws).

How do you think life first originated on earth?

Abiogenesis, because occam's razor, Panspermia is possible but less likely.

Do you believe in evolution?

It's the core of my ethnocentrism, it's also the core of my morality, it's also the basis for being a /pol/ack in the first place, and finally, it's been established beyond a shadow of a doubt to be the reality of our existence, if you don't accept evolution, then why are you even here (on /pol/)?


c2d055  No.12243545

>>12243544

Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

I am an atheist, I believe that any good /pol/ack is an atheist as well, /pol/'s first were rejects from the new atheist movement for thinking too freely, back then Christians were calling atheists racist as an insult and an argument, kind of funny that now they are the defenders of the race and we get lumped in with the leftist that have all the aspects of the religions we hated all along - leftism is a religion, these people aren't atheists, though some may call themselves that, but they represent everything we are against, supernatural thinking, strange rituals, blind dogma, moral crusading, spiritual experiences and revelations, ostracization, blatant lies and absurdities as foundational beliefs, figures of worship, and even a fucking caste system - I'd consider the average fundamentalist christian to be less religious than they are, they are everything we ever were against, no wonder we were the first to flock to the online white nationalist communities.

There is no god until it can be proven that there is, define "perfect", if you man by human standards, all-powerful, all-knowing, never makes mistakes, etc. then it is very evident he is not, since he got fucked over by his own creations (the devil, women, jews, niggers, etc. also, he made the jews and the niggers, that alone kicks his "perfection" to the curb), we owe god nothing, just like we owe our parents nothing for creating us, if they treat us terribly, if they sell out our future to benefit from a pyramid scheme, etc. we owe them nothing, likewise, the god of the bible fucked us (us, in the present), over by his own account, and in the bible he even brags about wanting to fuck us even worse in the future.

Do humans have souls?

no

Do animals have souls?

what do you think? (the answer is no)

Is there an afterlife?

not in the supernatural sense

Do you believe in reincarnation?

not in the way most imagine it, natural law makes it clear that every bit of us will find it's way into the makeup of a living thing eventually, barring circumstances we are unlikely to experience at this point in time.

I also view my descendants as allowing me to live beyond my life as well, this is another unorthodox way of perceiving reincarnation.


c2d055  No.12243546

>>12243545

Is morality objective or subjective?

if by "objective" you mean "outside of living things", then no.

However, when talking "within the world of living beings", evolution provides the objective morality of gene propagation:

Whatever course of action results in the most of the genes identical to your own in the most future living beings in the most future generations from your own is the most moral course of action, "your" genes merely denotes "genes you have", kin selection produces traditional morality, but with the addition of priorities, while your kids share 50% of their genes with you, thus contributing 50 good boy points to your moral "score", your brother also shares 50% of his genes with you, so this means helping your brother to reproduce is adding 25 good boy points to your moral "score", then we can look at any level of genetic kinship (race) or geographic isolation (borders), and being good to your neighbors is ultimately good for you too.

Traditions are what allowed your ancestors to create you, traditions exist because they were tried and tested over generations and are what worked best, they should only be changed once the changes have been demonstrated to provide long-term benefit to this genetic moral law that is greater than the benefit of what we would have should we not make the changes, and even then, the changes should be small and gradual.

Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

yes, to quote the ancaps, any action done without mutual consent is morally acceptable, but becomes morally unacceptable in absence of mutual consent, the exception being the act of enforcing this form of justice for the purposes of punishing and repairing morally unacceptable acts in the past, stopping morally acceptable acts in the present, or preventing morally unacceptable acts in the future.

Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

read my morality above, particularly kin selection, you have a duty to your genes, others share your genes with you, you have a duty to others who share your genes with you, the more genetically similar they are to you, the more of a duty you have to them.

Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

to propagate their genetics, and thus achieve immortality via legacy

Is one life worth more than another?

yes, based on genetic similarity, i also endorse judging the value of animals and even plants in this way.

Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

humans living forever is dysgenic, if anyone becomes immortal, they should be required to be sterilized, and they should be killed immediately should they ever become a burden on the state or on others, or should they cease to be capable of contributing to the economy.


378e86  No.12243556

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Well, maybe the universe didn’t have any beginning.

If so, the question is, how do you create everything from nothing ?

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Genetic engineering..

Think about that, one day we’ll be so advanced in gene manipulation that we could create our own species, that can develop on is own planet..

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Don’t know… Don’t care… Because I’m pretty sure that we could become gods through consciousness and science

Even if there is a god, logically you came from him, so you are part of this god and have access to a part of the tools that he have…

If god exists, I think he’s neutral, because in good there is evil and in evil there is good.

Imagine if god created us to have the question of his own existence, haha ?

>Do humans have souls?

I truly believe that all living creatures are advanced organic computers, and what we call soul is just an advanced battery that can contain consciousness and do many more things

>Is there an afterlife?

When you see how existence is, how everything have been build, and the infinite numbers of possibilities…

Do you really things that life as we know it, is only one shot ?

I don’t think so, it will be a misconception, an error in the architecture..

We are part of the machine, one is everything and everything is one.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

I think that death is related to time, and in this dimension everything as a beginning and an end.

It’s not the time for implementing immortality to our civilization, because most of us aren’t consciously open to those frontiers..

A lot of changes have to be made before.

Study science anons, this tool bring most of the answers and it’s fun.


4cc69d  No.12243559

>>12243253

Every day that I am alive, I am astonished with the level of grotesquery and the subversive efforts you level at those who attempt to expose the truth. I am astonished with the ubiquity of your kind, which makes me believe that you are more numerous upon this plane of existence than the statistics and figures provided let on. It's either that, or you are steadfast in your efforts. It's funny to note that the one who discounted the Bible before you has made his presence known ONLY ONCE in this thread, just to sow doubt, to corrupt understanding, to poison the well. It's fucking typical. Typical Jewish behavior.

The Bible is an indictment and a warning against the Jew. It should be read and understood by /pol/.


13676d  No.12243723

>>12243559

do you think the bible is still as it was originally written or has it been altered by the powers that be?


13676d  No.12243745

File: ad483666b37edbd⋯.jpg (2.48 MB, 3619x5467, 47:71, cosmic-manifestation.jpg)

>>12236788

You appear to be krishna conscious (due to your use of the term 'Supreme Personality of Godhead') and yet you are diluting the highest truths. Why do you say that not all humans have souls. All humans, for that matter each and every living entity has a spirit soul. Then you also say "you are a composite of your ancestors".

>>12235600

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Lord Brahma, the first living entity of the material universe, was created by Lord Sri Krishna. He then went on to create the universe - https://krishna.org/the-universe-and-time/

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

This material universe will be destroyed by cataclysmic events after a very huge timespan. Then it will remain in suspended animation, with all the living entities trapped in the material universe (matrix) placed in a new material universe after another huge timespan. There is no exiting the matrix unless one takes to krishna consciousness.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Living creatures were placed on Earth, as on other planets, by Lord Brahma and other progenitors.

>Do you believe in evolution?

No. The theory of evolution is false. All 8.4 million species of life (vedas divide species diffrently, on the basis of level of consciousness) exist simulatenously on the various planets. A soul is placed into one of the species based on their karma.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes. Yes. Yes, everything that exists comes from Him as He is the source of all. We owe everything to Lord Sri Krishna and should engage ourselves in discharging devotional service unto His divine lotus feet.

>Do humans have souls?

Yes. We are not this body, we are not the mind, we are the spirit soul within. Siddhi means realizing this and grants many powers.

>Do animals have souls?

Yes. All living entities, plants, animals, birds, humans, demigods, have souls.

>Is there an afterlife?

One can either be reborn into this material world after being judged according to their karma in the court of Yamaraja, or ascend to the spiritual universe (the Vaikuntha planets and the topmost planet, Goloka Vrndavana). The cycle is infinite, there is no escape. I'm not sure what you mean by the afterlife.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

Yes. Answered above.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Objective. The scriptures give us information on what constitutes the right or good way of living, according to the word of God which outline his preferences.

>Can an action which at one point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Yes. Violence and killing is usually prohibited, but in extreme situations (such as a religous war approved of by Lord Sri Krishna) a kshatriya can be called to kill as his duty.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We have a duty to serve God, and as part of that, he may give us missions to preach to others and enlighten them. Noone is independent, Lord Sri Krishna is the supreme controller.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes, to have a loving relationship with Lord Sri Krishna.

>Is one life worth more than another?

No. However it may be justified to take a life if they deserve to die. Everything is based on karma, and the rules and regulations are stated in the vedic scriptures.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

In the material world, every living entity must face four problems - birth, old age, disease, and death. It is the law of material nature. We can achieve immortality by escaping this material universe (matrix) and achieving our original spiritual bodies in the spiritual universe (God's abode) where our life is eternal and full of bliss and knowledge.


000000  No.12243803

There is Truth. Everything else is a lie.

Why do you want this information?

What will you do with it?


e82bfd  No.12243880

>How do you think the universe came to be?

God. You may not be a Christian, but no materialist position makes any kind of logical sense, so a non-materialist answer is required.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Christian here, so see Revelations. If agnostic etc, universal heat death will end it all.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Not enough data.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Again, Christian.

>Do humans have souls?

>Do animals have souls?

Yes. Human souls are different from animal ones though.

>Is there an afterlife?

Yes.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

Jesus did it, so…

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Objective.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

It can be the least bad option, but it's still bad.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Duty to one another.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Yes, sometimes.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

It can be both bad and good. I miss my grandparents, but I wouldn't want them alive if they're just being kept that way as vegetables by medical science either - that's basically torture.


17f60f  No.12244036

File: d000725b08307cf⋯.jpg (762.33 KB, 1754x1252, 877:626, 1538519325657.jpg)

>>12235600

>How do you think the universe came to be?

The universe created itself. It's a multiverse though and parallel timelines create others. So not like our timeline created itself

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Again multiverse, travel to other universes possible, though eventually life in this timeline will end

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Brought here from space, seems most likely. It could have started by accident too, but less likely for such a thing to occur

>Do you believe in evolution?

yeah

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

I believe there is an infinite selfless consciousness that guides us and seeks to enforce the rule of free will. It is entirely in our benefit and we only owe it as much as to ourselves for we are all part of it. There are lesser super consciousnesses, like archangels that enforce this will and also rogues, because of free will they are allowed to exist, in the course of their defiance they can be granted a second chance, learning from mistakes

>Do humans have souls?

Yes, the part of us that is part of god is our soul

>Do animals have souls?

Yes, to a lesser extent usually

>Is there an afterlife?

Reincarnation. If proven to value selflessness becoming an angel is possible, it's a very long process though. Also possible to be cursed into becoming a demon through deception by rogues. You can also fuck yourself up into becoming a ghost by unwillingness to accept certain realities once you leave your body. You can also go into a deep sleep through enlightenment like buddhism

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

see above

>Is morality objective or subjective?

A combination of both

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

In theory yes, but not by a whole lot

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

If you partake and subsist of society then yes. You can go your own way too as long as it is not a parasitic existence

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes, always, no matter how small

>Is one life worth more than another?

Not in essence

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Human death is nature. Seeking immortality is an act of defiance against god-consciousness. We our responsible for our actions and this must be enforced through karma. Death is the only to be sure of karma taking effect. Really easy to learn your lesson by incarnating into the species you have wronged

>I'd also like you to include your political beliefs (otherwise we may be straying too far off-topic from the board) and why/how your worldview has shaped those political beliefs.

Nat-soc mostly


21c23b  No.12245339

>>12237251

>The "D" (disintegration) mode is relatively rare in terms of dominating a culture, and when it does, it is VERY short-lived because it is inherently self-destructive. Think of the Weimar Republic before it collapsed and the United States from the 1900s on. ("D" is very commonly what people will point to when they are talking about Jewish degeneracy. The D's are like the vanguard of post-modernist nutjobs to wreck a society, and the M's move in behind them to take control.) To use another description of this same mentality, think of the "True Believer" as described by Hoffer, or the "Destabilizers" as described by Bezmenov.

everything about this post makes perfect sense. you can definitely see how this mindset tries to take things apart in a totally destructive way, like if you identify their beliefs as leftist or collectivists they will howl about the uselessness of "labels" while labeling you as a labeler. they cant stand it when theyre identified and when their beliefs and actions are properly layed out for everyone to see, so they do everything they can to obfuscate… and the more they do it, the more you know you have just nailed something that they are terrified of others knowing


281a82  No.12246181

>>12235600

>How do you think the universe came to be?

From the remains of the last shrinking to its present constraints.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

No all existence will always need life to function and if the current Ruler of all Gods is overtaken by another supreme being the same will be true. The timescales on Earth and the Gods of darkness who made them do not speak the truth, but mortality and obligation and also cannot leave this world..

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Impregnated women gave birth here. Not a very specific question.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Breeding is a better word; there is nothing to believe in and anybody can see the results.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

There are many (Gods) and unique Saints to every area on Earth . A supreme being controlling all others should not be referred to by only one word, we owe that much.

>Do humans have souls?

No this word has no meaning to me, biology and a electrical connection to the universe and in turn the Gods

>Do animals have souls?

" "

>Is there an afterlife?

In the mind of all people still living

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

not here other worlds in other stars

>Is morality objective or subjective?

objective and judged by all entities including unmortal Gods

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

To some Gods and their followers this may be acceptable.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Too vague of a question to answer

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

"In the mind there is no absolute or free will; but the mind is determined to wish this or that by a cause, which has also been determined by another cause, and this last by another cause, and so on to infinity." yes

>Is one life worth more than another?

Depend on where you are on Earth.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

subjective question; no, we doesnt matter, might is right.

>I'd also like you to include your political beliefs (otherwise we may be straying too far off-topic from the board) and why/how your worldview has shaped those political beliefs.

I do not vote for anyone out of respect to my country.

2nd amendment supporter, private civilians should be able to own nuclear weapons to keep the government and corporations separate and in check.


1e0c9a  No.12246364

File: 30d0870db2c7720⋯.jpg (133.19 KB, 880x440, 2:1, hitler quote those who wan….jpg)

>>12243745

what's the point in exiting the cycle of reincarnation? why would we have been put into this material existence in the first place if it's just useless circus in the end? what is there to do on the krshnaloka planet other than hedonistic nothingness?


8e4b21  No.12247005

File: b17c2a000973181⋯.jpg (141.51 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 06-krishna-devours-forest-….jpg)

File: 3dee21a2b918dc0⋯.jpg (74.26 KB, 576x432, 4:3, 07-krishna-killing-demons.jpg)

File: 678329aa965854f⋯.jpg (228.55 KB, 1080x675, 8:5, 08-Vrindavan-story-New-gop….jpg)

>>12246364

>calls enjoying life hedonism

>knows enough to call it krshnaloka but doesn't realize it's value

the material world has 4 basic problems - birth, old age, disease, and death. these don't exist in the spiritual universe. plus we will have eternal spiritual bodies full of bliss and knowledge.

also the purpose of existence is to have a loving relationship with lord sri krishna. That in itself is enough of a motivation to go to God's abode and function in that relationship (participate in the Lord's pasttimes).


3eb1d7  No.12248889

>>12235600

only replying to your likely (((datamining))) thread because dubs

all answers will be false:

>How do you think the universe came to be?

God got bored and created a novelty machine to hopefully surprise him.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Physical life yes, because entropy. Spiritual life, I don't know, but I don't think so.

How will physical life end?

Hopefully in a huge shitstorm, but probably with a whimper like a candle finally burning out after flickering for ages.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

Seeded by comets/ meteorites that contained frozen organisms or chemical precursors to organisms.

When these comets land in a suitable enviroment, organic life can result where there was none before.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes, and I believe God started the process of evolution.

>Do you think there is a God?

>If so, is God perfect?

>If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes

Maybe

Everything, even if he is not perfect, we owe him everything.

Whether he set in motion the events that led to us, or created us directly himself, nothing we do is our doing alone, we could not have done it if he had not done what he did.

>Do humans have souls?

Yes, but not everyone that looks human is human.

>Do animals have souls?

Perhaps?

>Is there an afterlife?

I'm not sure there is an eternal place where you go when you die and stay there forever, but I don't think death on earth is the end.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

Yes, I think there is re-incarnation and perhaps a "waiting room" type place between lives.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Objective, there is nothing subjective except jew commie psyop bullshit that they don't even believe themselves but use to confuse the goyim.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Neither, we don't have a duty to all other humans, but we have a duty to our race, they are our extended family.

The human race is a competition or race to find the best humans.

Team Aryan are the obvious winners, but something has gone wrong in the last few decades, we have come down with a bad case of the jews.

I suspect we will shake it off and re-take our place as rightful winners of the human race.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Survival and replication is the fundamental intrinsic purpose, as for meaning, I think we are part of a novelty machine that we have named "the universe" or "evolution"

Any meaning a human ascribes to all this is at best a guess.

Until we are advance enough to know God's mind, we will never know for sure.

I am of the opinion that in the absence of clear indications of the meaning of existence, we should make our own that is based in the survival and replication of our own kind, which is exactly what humans have been doing in one way or another since they became conscious.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Of course.

All of nature is hierarchy.

That is not to say that the lesser valued life is completely worthless, but all life is not equal in value.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

No, there should be an end to each individual's life on earth.

We should not seek to stop people from dying because nature made us to reproduce sexually and die as individuals for various reasons.

In part to genetically outrun viruses and diseases, but also to introduce some chaos into evolution, to create novelty.

Humans wishing for eternal life are the worst egocentric types and will lessen the universe's opportunities for novelty if they succeed in never dying.

>I'd also like you to include your political beliefs and why/how your worldview has shaped those political beliefs.

I am a National Socialist because it is the closest any political system has come to being 100% in line with Natural Law/ The Natural Order.

My worldview is that nature is what we should strive to work with and that anything that goes against nature is doomed to eventual failure and misery.

I find National Socialism/ Fascism to be in line with nature and communism and modern leftist politics in general to be in opposition to nature.


3eb1d7  No.12249018

File: deb685cf2de0f00⋯.png (255.97 KB, 908x629, 908:629, by the same author.png)

>>12237251

>believing anything written or said by (((leonard piekoff))) the heir to (((ayn rand)))

a load of unnecessary waffle and invented terms used to explain simple concepts in a way that makes the unwary think they are reading something of substance.

Typical tricks.

Sorry anon, you've been rused if you read that whole (((book))) and took it seriously.

>>12238522

>Where does this come from, the book in your pic?

From the mind of a jew

In another of his (((books))) he explains that Nazism is bad and lured Germany to it's doom because doing your duty and being loyal to your people is dumb and dangerous.

Unless you are a jew of course, he he.


281a82  No.12249082

>>12248889

>You missed your quads.

Nature was used as verb in pre-Christian times until its meaning was subverted to be taught as a noun more resembling hypostasis along with many other terms.

Wikipedia will tell you that the word (φύσις) existed as a description of "all things" prior to the existence of Christianity but this is a farce.

It is destructive to have words that mean everything floating around in a society. Hardly anybody can use English correctly because more and more of our words have been subverted into destructive concepts of ubiquity as evil continues to pray on our culture.

Why don't the jews ever say or write god while pretending it is out of respect? Because they know an unnecessary bland and meaningless word for a beautiful concept that can be expressed by much more than one simple name is destructive.

When ubiquity is held as truth, no matter where, while there exists an option to chose it, it simultaneously destroys all those who behold it to be the only truth.


3eb1d7  No.12249108

>>12249082

>You missed your quads.

makes me sad

I must have answered something incorrectly I guess

>Nature was used as verb in pre-Christian times until its meaning was subverted

Nature used as a verb?

When I use the term nature that includes the process of evolution, is that what you mean, the process of nature?

If I'm not quite following, can you give an example of nature as a verb.


add8a9  No.12249124

>>12249018

>hasnt read a single thing any of them wrote and regurgitates word for word the jews who hated them because they exposed what leftists were doing to the country


281a82  No.12249198

File: d6f868ec501d1d7⋯.png (57.2 KB, 905x333, 905:333, verbstate.png)

>>12249108

Human nature, a race's nature, an individual's nature, an animal's nature, or anything's nature really are useful topics, but never when using nature as a stand in noun for ubiquitous reality like in modern English when leftists say they are a "nature conversationalist" or mention the environment as a thing that can be effected by everyone.


72bcf8  No.12249347

>>12235600

I am now thoroughly convinced that this thread is full of botposting to suggest to other anons it is safe attaching what they believe to a political belief.

Anyone saying what they believe here with any self identifying information or attaching it to a political belief that is a real person is actually very naive and participating in the act of useful idiocy.


3eb1d7  No.12249689

>>12249124

>>hasnt read a single thing any of them wrote

I know what ayn rand is about, I've seen interviews where she talks about her self centered philosophy and denigrates altruism, duty and self sacrifice in exactly the same way as this leonard peikoff does because he is her heir.

They are a corrosive force, using their ideas to undermine our racial solidarity and sense of duty to our people.

FUCK THEM

why would I read their jew horseshit?


add8a9  No.12249951

>>12249018

>i know what they're about without knowing what they're about

found the jew


d59f50  No.12250025

>>12249951

Q is jewish all along. Now they are instructing Q anons to like jews more. FT and FQ forever.


19558f  No.12250226

Fair warning I'm pretty inclined to philosophical and psychological pessimism, with a dash of existentialism and stoicism. I used to care about the white race and national socialism, but I realized I was just acting out the human condition. Mankind yearns for and searches for meaning and belonging in a world void of inherent meaning. Though unlike sports teams, books, TV shows, and etc people have no control to who their born to, what country they're born in, and what they race they're born as. So take what I'm about to say as you will.

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Either it always existed or a God (Deist) created it. I'll answer the God part later. The universe created us in order to increase the rate of energy used, thus increasing entropy. Eventually when entropy reaches critical max it'll result in heat death. Depending on how far you want to take it, the universe will be reborn only to die again in an endless cycle.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Yes. If we don't wipe out ourselves out first, the heat death of the universe will.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

See question 1 and 5.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Yes

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

This is a tough question for me as I'm struggling to answer it myself. On one hand I believe in the Deist God, but on the other I don't understand why it would create us and the universe. My only guess is he was lonely and bored, and wanted entertainment.

>Do humans have souls.

No. Heredity and inheritance explains why we are who we are.

>Do animals have souls?

No.

>Is there an afterlife?

No.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

I hope not.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

Subjective.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Subjective,

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

Forgot to mention this in my intro, so I'll address it here. Part of man's evolution was to form tribes in order to better survive. Thus in groups and out groups formed. You can still see this tribal identity in sports teams and product brands.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

No. We're responsible for creating it our self, even if it's still meaningless.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Life has no value.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

See question thirteen.


281a82  No.12250425

>>12249347

Could you kindly elaborate on how this is useful idiocy, or how I may also benefit from asking & collecting questions attached to a political belief?


298de1  No.12250440

>>12250025

>Now they are instructing Q anons to like jews more

That's actually an outright lie and has never been said. Why would you write this knowing it's a complete fabrication? Who would do something like that?


7847a3  No.12250449

>>12238489

Best religion for modern times.


9a9334  No.12250550

How do you think the universe came to be?

>Energy from the multiverse created a split dimension and thus the endless fractal of energy created the universe up to this point.

Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

>All energy will escape back into the multiverse leaving a void.

How do you think life first originated on earth?

>Asteroids slammed into the planet and the amines boiled up. <Colonized by an ancient biological programs and robots from a certain alien species.

Do you believe in evolution?

>Energy+Mutation+Adaptation et al.

Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

>There are many Spirits who claim to be God. There are likely hundreds of thousands of Spirits.

Do humans have souls?

>A Vessel is the Soul. The Soul retains accumulated energy throughout each reincarnation…until it becomes a Spirit.

Do animals have souls?

Yes. There have been reports of Animal Spirits possessing human vessels.

Is there an afterlife?

>As freeflowing energy until one becomes a Spirit

Do you believe in reincarnation?

>Yes

Is morality objective or subjective?

>Both

Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

>Possibly

Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

>Life in society is a mix of both is it not?

Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

>Everything has a purpose or it would not exist –Meaning comes from energy.

Is one life worth more than another?

>In the material, Yes.

Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

>No.

>Humans must live, die, and be reborn. That is the game as it were.

>It is morally just to prevent any death while knowing that we are just stuttering time for the reprieve of salvation in any 'rite'


7efee2  No.12250663

File: d3a0b7b6ffe1490⋯.jpg (136.39 KB, 650x564, 325:282, 121344135144.jpg)

>>12242860

>>12240613

>>12243880

>>12240993

>>12235716

>>12236685

>>12236766

>>12236788

>>12237073

>>12237100

>>12237147

>>12237672

>>12237142

>>12237378

>>12237672

>>12238511

>>12238870

>>12238976

>>12241121

>>12239046

>YHWH

>god

>Templars

>3rd Temple goy!

CHRISTIANS ARE THE SHEEP OF SATURN – MADE FOR SHEERING AND EATING!

>DRINK MY BLOOD

>EAT OF MY FLESH

>"Eli Eli why have you forsaken me!", that's what Jesus called his father on the cross. God is a Germanic word for Godin.

t. Jesus


c2d055  No.12251043

>>12243545

>>12243544

>>12243546

OH SHIT, revisiting this thread and realizing that I forgot to properly space or greentext the questions.

I'm sorry.


9ffa9d  No.12251173

Do you consider Marx to be a philosopher?


db5b0f  No.12251219

>>12235716

>morality is not real

This is a self-refuting statement. You have obviously never studied philosophy.

God is real.


6140b1  No.12251234

File: 18d1d051caf8f38⋯.png (152.73 KB, 521x389, 521:389, platoSouls.PNG)

>>12235716

>>Do humans have souls?

>

>No.

>

>>Is there an afterlife?

>

>No.

Plato would disagree. He wrote about this a lot and theorized that the soul would live on.


db5b0f  No.12251237

>>12250226

>subjective

If morality is subjective then so is the claim that it's subjective. And I say it's objective. Get outta here with this crap. Are you a liberal, faggot?

>Darwin

Darwinism makes less sense than God. You're being kiked with this pseudoscientific creation myth.


db5b0f  No.12251246

>>12251231

On what basis do you claim that morality is not real? Does this have something to do with empiricism, i.e. you believe that can only know what we can sense/measure?


48eb51  No.12251261

>>12251237

>Darwin makes less sense than God

What paint are you huffing, Abrahamite? Evolution is a demonstrable reality.


db5b0f  No.12251272

>>12251234

The problem with Plato in this area is that he and his buddies saw God as an impersonal monadic force that is wholly unknowable. With this type of God, there is no bridge between the mind and the external world. There is only one God that does, and that's the God of Christian theology. Islam and Judaism have a theology similar to Plato. Their is nominally the same God of course, but their view of Him doesn't withstand transcendental philosophy. Western Christianity, Thomism etc has some of the same problems being too influenced by Hellenic philosophy.

BTW the reason most of you are kind of agnostic, or outright atheists, is because of masons and globalists. It's a big fucking psyop that's been going on since the time of the Enlightenment. There is no philosophy anymore, they've stamped that out. The Enlightenment era materialist philosophers (Kant, Hume etc) were total failures. That's because you can't understand reality and answer all questions with empiricism, and empiricism was pushed for sinister reasons–namely to stamp out religion and dominate man. Oops. I thought Jesus was a big Jewish trick. Hmmm, why do the globalists want to get rid of Him? And most people today who consider themselves bazed and redbilled are empiricist/agnostic/atheist. They're not redpilled at all, they're benighted fools.

>Has not God made foolish the wisdom of this world?


db5b0f  No.12251299

>>12251261

If by "demonstrable reality" you mean a series of speculations, evolutionary psychology, just-so stories, "muh whale bones" and so forth. Yeah bro, totally science. Darwinism is a joke. There are many book length critiques on that, you should check them out.


48eb51  No.12251325

>>12251299

You are an actual retard. Go ahead and throw a single criticism and see how it sticks.


31e748  No.12251332

>>12251272

>There is only one God that does, and that's the God of Christian theology.

The god who sacrificed his child

#SpiritCooking

The God El

Isra-El

Jesus called him "Eli" on the cube cross. You are their sheep and they feed off you.


48eb51  No.12251335

>>12251325

>>12251299

Just one single criticism will do, really. I just want to see how actually retarded you are.


48eb51  No.12251360

>>12251237

>>12251325

>>12251335

Actually, I just found a legitimate one myself itt:

>>12250226

this poster and his abject materialism and rejection of the spiritual in favor of what is not even the most likely natural explanation is ludicrous. Heat Death of the Universe? Who is to say there will not be a Big Crunch and that the Universe does not have a rubber-band quality?

But, that kind of faggotry aside, it will always be objective, verifiable reality that change in allele frequency in a given population will happen over time. Speciation (What Brain-dead Creationists call "Macro-evolution") is a real thing that has been directly observed to happen in the wild.


db5b0f  No.12251386

>>12251335

You stated that an academic creation myth framed as science is a "demonstrable reality." The onus is on you to demonstrate this supposedly complete theory. God can be demonstrated metaphysically. Darwinism can't be demonstrated scientifically.


48eb51  No.12251395

>>12251386

Here's some evidence you didn't consider before, dumbass. You know how dogs can't produce non-dogs? That actually affirms evolution as a process. Want to know how?


621128  No.12251402

>>12251332

Can someone deactivate this boring bot?


48eb51  No.12251408

>>12251395

Posted early.

I'll tell you how, it's because the evolutionary Law of Monophyly is a demonstrable reality, that's how. You will never grow out of your ancestry. That's why humans are apes, and monkeys, and vertebrates, and eukaryotes, and mammals, all at the same time. It is how humans are classified and it matches perfectly with the fossil record which demonstrates the divergence of these different genera from all the others in the past. It really is that simple.

>Darwinism

It isn't called that by anyone except brainlet faggots, like you. The proper name is Evolutionary Developmental Biology, and it is the pillar upon which all our biological understanding is based.


48eb51  No.12251414

>>12251386

>God

Which God? Don't tell me you're referring to (((YHWH))). That'd make you double retarded, basically a nigger at that point.


7b64c7  No.12251443

>>12251414

It's quite obvious that you merely want to debunk isolated ciriticisms of Darwinism, probably by parroting some arguments you saw on YouTube. Not letting you off the hook, faggot. If Darwinism is so self-evidently true, if you're as confident as you're posturing, you will show me the theory.


48eb51  No.12251469

>>12251443

I'm not the limp-wristed faggot shit-talking with no substance here, fag. Present your objection to the fact that in every given population there is a descent with modification from preexisting species : cumulative inherited change in a population of organisms through time leading to the appearance of new forms : the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations. And I want you to do it without parroting Kent Hovind on JewTube.


4a0dab  No.12251486

File: 5ad0cabef4d4420⋯.jpeg (97.59 KB, 767x697, 767:697, Do9U_K2XsAAqT5F.jpeg)

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Watch this shit live from twatter. Some salt, and an important fact as to why PT won Nordeste do Brasil. O Brasil, Amei-o ou Deixe-o.


621128  No.12251510

>>12250425

First become part of a political campaign that sides with the jews.


ac102f  No.12251561

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>>12251486

My in ability to speak beau heheheh is severely keeping me from really giving too much of a fuck. Hope it's going well I guess, praise Kek, may he help your plight.


4a0dab  No.12251675

>>12251561

I fucked up and posted it here instead of the BR thread. My bad. Still hope you join the BRs to celebrate the salt and the return to victory. Hopefully one day Brazil will be a powerful Armada once more.


3033ed  No.12252099

File: 544a3b01ec22da0⋯.jpeg (63.61 KB, 850x400, 17:8, 027-religion-without-phil….jpeg)

>>12251272

>That's because you can't understand reality and answer all questions with empiricism, and empiricism was pushed for sinister reasons–namely to stamp out religion and dominate man.

This is true. We have both material and spiritual senses. We have to clear away the material contamination (maya) from our spiritual senses and anoint them with the love of God in order to be able to detect God.

>And most people today who consider themselves bazed and redbilled are empiricist/agnostic/atheist.

Worst are the people who think they are gods of their own reality, and believe in New Age concepts. Atleast atheists/empiricists/agnostics can be convinced that they simply lack the equipment to study God and have to take to a scientific process (devotional service) to gain it. But people who think they 'know' God are difficult to sway.


3033ed  No.12252104

File: 2609e03d0e33880⋯.png (94.3 KB, 890x527, 890:527, 026-darwinism-google-schol….png)

File: 7b047fa2cb187d0⋯.jpg (916.64 KB, 1000x892, 250:223, 020-prabhupada-hitler.jpg)

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>>12251335

http://www.hknet.org.nz/DarwinTheoryGoneApe.html (full of criticisms of Darwinism. Read. By the way this is just from a religious perspective, there are a lot of scientists who challenge Darwinism on the basis of atheistic science lol. Lots of books on the topic)

>That has become the way Darwinists handle any and all challenges to their pet theories: if they can no longer defend one, they don't talk about it, or they talk about it as little as possible. If forced to talk about it, they invariably try to "kill the messenger" by challenging any critic's "credentials". If the critic lacks academic credentials equal to their own, he or she is dismissed as little more than a crackpot. If the critic has equal credentials, he or she is labelled as a "closet Creationist" and dismissed. No career scientist can speak openly and vociferously against Darwinist dogma without paying a heavy price. That is why and how people of normally good conscience can be and have been "kept in line" and kept silent in the face of egregious distortions of truth.

Sounds like the protocols shills follow.

http://www.prabhupada.org.uk/sp_expose/com_evol.htm (good vedic redpill article on evolution)

>"There are 900,000 species of aquatic life; 2,000,000 species of plants and trees; 1,100,000 species of insects; 1,000,000 species of bird life; 3,000,000 species of beasts, and 400,000 species of human life."Padma Purana .2 The meaning of "species" understood by biologists is different from the meaning implied here. The meaning used by biologists applies to the gross physical appearance or the gross morphological feature of the living material bodies. The Vedic meaning, however, which is derived after thorough and careful analysis, is based on the level of consciousness of the living being. For example, biologists say that all human beings belong to one species, whereas the Vedic literatures list 400,000 species. In other words, there are 400,000 grades of human beings on different levels of consciousness.

https://krishna.org/we-accept-evolution-but-not-darwins-theory/

>But we do not accept Darwin’s theory. According to Darwin’s theory, homo sapiens came later on, but we see that the most intelligent personality, Brahma, is born first. So according to Vedic knowledge, Darwin or similar mental speculators are rejected so far the fact is concerned.

https://krishna.org/philosophy-discussion-about-darwins-theory-of-evolution-and-natural-selection-with-hayagriva-dasa/ (Srila Prabhupada discusses Darwin from the perspective of reincarnation)

https://back2godhead.com/srila-prabhupada-speaks-out-on-darwinian-evolution/ (Srila Prabhupada refutes Darwinism)

>>12251408

>>Darwinism

>It isn't called that by anyone except brainlet faggots, like you.

Then why is Google Scholar returning 16,200 results on 'darwinism' from 2015-2018 alone (pic related)? You don't know what you're talking about. The reason Darwinism is pushed so hard is because they want to classify us as apes/animals. They want to deny that the human form of life has a higher purpose. Actually it does - God-realization. This is the form specifically meant to escape the material universe and go back home, back to Godhead (Lord's abode in the spiritual universe). Since tptb want to keep us bound to the matrix, and keep us serving their material desires, they will always deny the inherent spiritual goal of human life.


3033ed  No.12252116

File: 618e2147c945695⋯.jpg (93.98 KB, 810x320, 81:32, 028-prabhupada-with-father….jpg)

>>12252104

continued :

They always want us to believe that life came from chemicals and deny our spiritual origins. We were all originally in the spiritual universe and committed the sin of choosing to be our own Lords and forget Lord Sri Krishna. Thus misusing our independence and free will, we were placed in this material universe where the Lord hides behind maya and allows us to try to be the controllers. Of course, we fail miserably because this material world is full of miseries and the four problems of birth, old age, disease, and death that every living entity has to suffer from. They want to keep us trapped in the materialistic existence and make us discount spiritual personalities like Lord Jesus Christ and Srila Prabhupada who descend directly from the spiritual universe to remind us of our true position and help us return. Also, the bible has been changed and Lord Jesus never said 'you can reach the father only through me', he never meant that he was exclusively the path to the Lord. But yes, a bona fide spiritual master is necessary to advance in Krishna consciousness and he was one such. That was his meaning. Ask me about krishna consciousness and I'll help you escape. Here is the process for those who want a small 'how-to'. >>12245471

>>>/pol/12245471


281a82  No.12252267

>>12251261

a reality?

There is but one reality and that is the truth, evolution is a theory that doesn't even come close, never even proven as fact but rather a cool jewish word to replace breeding and sexual selection when jews try to obfuscate the truth.

There is no such thing as natural selection or evolution, or devolution, there are always more factors than the single specie's mating selection and its success relative to the environment it lives in that determine the growth and success of a species.

>God?

)))No-it-u-love))) is another unnecessary jewish term to obscure the truth and make it harder for those who want to learn to use of the science of breeding to prosper. Every animal and subspecies are bred to be what they are today, more useful, and jews still want you to think that none of this has been done for you to do better here in life and try to claim credit for the most absurd things. The god they worship is not even sentient, it is a plant,


936447  No.12252331

>>12252267

>there’s no such thing as evolution

>Every animal and subspecies are bred to be what they are today


48eb51  No.12252351

>>12252267

Artificial selection is evolution too, you know.

>>12252104

Yes, I can agree that there are issues with taking on a materialist outlook, but you fail to see that there is no innate rejection of the spiritual in the process of evolution.

>Prabhupada

An honorable man, but not a learned biologist. They didn't know as much about evolution and all its myriad of processes and mechanisms and the overwhelming evidence that we have today. It is understandable why they would reject what would seem like speculation.

>Humans as apes/animals

Humans are both. An animal is defined as any multi-cellular organism that possesses a digestive tract, and the fact that we are apes is completely verified by the shared genetic material between humans and other apes, which is overwhelming.

We share common ancestry with all terrestrial organisms, and there is a spiritual comfort to be found there.

>>12252116

You are conflating evolution with abiogenesis. The two are not the same, and refuting the chemical origin of life does not refute the fact that life has descent with inherent modification.


48eb51  No.12252357

>>12252116

>>12252104

>>12252267

Oh and, it's good to see you aren't a deluded Abrahamite, although the talk about God as a singular entity is distasteful. I respect you more now.


4e75a7  No.12253218

File: 671f8e8c68b9599⋯.jpg (1.35 MB, 1582x2062, 791:1031, 040-syamasundara.jpg)

>>12252351

Srila Prabhupada believed in neither evolution nor abiogenesis. Actually read the articles I linked. Even one will do. Life doesn't modify into new species, all eight million four hundred thousand species exist at once. Evolution of the body is false, as I said before. I linked all the sources for this. The only problem you can have is that you don't consider vedas a genuine source of information, in which case I can't help you.

>>12252357

If by Abrahamite you mean Christianity, let me tell you that I have no problems with it. I believe in Lord Jesus Christ. Srila Prabhupada accepts him as a bona fide spiritual master. See >>12250646 .

>talk about God as a singular entity is distasteful

God is a singular entity with a personality (pic related).


c34aeb  No.12256508

File: 0be718f312304b4⋯.jpg (336.6 KB, 640x448, 10:7, 024.Jacob_Wrestles_with_th….jpg)

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File: cb325aba8d7f5b8⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 1152x2048, 9:16, 20181009_100315.jpg)

>>12250663

Ignorance is bliss. Superstition is suffering. Mirror's on the ceiling. When Samael's in the sky, Judah's gonna fry.

If Jacob spares the rod, then wheel get him.

I'm getting closer.


c34aeb  No.12256683

File: 302c635833da2f2⋯.jpg (23.89 KB, 220x282, 110:141, 220px-Tetramorph_meteora.jpg)

Still taming my cherub. Devil guide me along my path. Forget all I've said. Spare me no will.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tPsaSPraks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wBgcalM4c4


383c15  No.12256828

>>12235600

> How do you think the universe came to be?

Well, through other Universes, or dimensions. I think reality it's self is ultimately baseless, like a dream of sorts, because there is no substance to reality, no origins, it is very mystical and strange

> Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

Don't know. Depends on your definition of life. In the physical meaning, I think it's likely that all forms of life and entire webs of life on planets will have it's day or come to a dead end, death, but I also think there may come along new life as others die, perhaps on other planets. Do I think the physical universe will be sterile some day? Don't know honestly. Perhaps, but it may spring up again if the universe springs anew again.

> Do you believe in evolution?

Yes. But I reckon we have still a lot to learn about it. It is possible that creationism could be done via Evolution, as "intelligent design" where the coding for this universe has within a sort of characteristic algorithm that makes life and makes it evolve and manifest by similar patterns. Maybe Aliens will not be so different and could resemble life on earth, it could seem familiar in ways because it is done by the same "code" or "force" or "creator".

> Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Well, we are here, things exist so there has to be some kind of origin for existence it's self, and a material answer just doesn't cut it because the question is still there, it solves nothing. You could say "big bang" or what ever, but where did that come from and also that is not the origins of existence, but the physical universe. What is beyond the physical could be endless. The all, the everything would it not be God? And like a braincell you are to God, that is like the whole Brain, is it not logical to assume the All would be Infinitely more concious in ways we can't even conceptualise? That's why they say God is everywhere and everything, and why they say you are apart of God. I think the word perfect is kind of meaningless in this way of looking at it. So in the same way the question "do we owe God anything" is also a funny question. I don't know how to put it.


c34aeb  No.12256963

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e6d0fe  No.12256995

How do you think the universe came to be?

I don't know.

Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

I don't know.

How do you think life first originated on earth?

God placed it/made it here.

Do you believe in evolution?

Yes.

Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect?

Yes. What is perfect?

If so, do we owe anything to God?

I don't know.

Do humans have souls?

I don't know.

Do animals have souls?

If humans have souls, the most intelligent of mammals also are likely to have souls. If humans don't have souls, then neither do animals.

Is there an afterlife?

I don't know.

Do you believe in reincarnation?

It's interesting, but I don't know.

Is morality objective or subjective?

Morality is either sourced from systems made by people or sourced from an innate biological reaction. Both systems and biological reactions are objective.

Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Yes.

Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

I don't know, it seems like the former though. We are social animals, we wouldn't have logically turned out this way if we didn't have a duty to each other.

Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose

I don't know.

Is one life worth more than another?

Yes.

Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

I don't know.


19558f  No.12258373

File: 9cc32e23f34c94a⋯.jpg (37.23 KB, 500x534, 250:267, You.jpg)

>>12251237

>>12251360

>Can't dispute my point so results to ad hominems.

>Thinks I'm the Liberal.

You okay there big guy? I hope you're not too butt blasted. Not everyone needs religion to escape the clutches of nihilism. Darwinism as you call can actually be proven and observed. While religion can't and relies on blind faith.


c2d055  No.12259758

what is better in /pol/'s opinion?

1. The Minority of Atheists who recognize the DNA voice, but do not recognize the legitimacy of God(s), and are thus compelled to be nationalists, traditionalists, and anti-jewish capitalists.

or

2. The Majority of Christians and Pagans who recognize the the legitimacy of God(s), but do not recognize the DNA voice, and thus support marxist globalist zionism or egalitarianism/individualism?

Since all three are almost equally made up of the unknowing pawns of the Jews, If the majority of Atheists are the same as the majority of Christians and Pagans in terms of politics, an the minority of Atheists are the same as the minority of Christians and Pagans politically, then why can't the three simply recognize each other as equally legitimate forms of white spirituality and work together as allies?

Yes, /pol/ack Atheists are spiritual, they are certainly more spiritual than the cuckservative christians, or the anarcho-communist pagans.

If an atheist is posting here, you can safely bet they aren't antifa, or the high IQ watchers of "Rick and Morty" and "Bill Nye pozzes the world".


5e8a30  No.12259798

>>12259758

It doesn't matter what you believe it matters what you can get the women to believe so you can make more children with them than the other guys.


c2d055  No.12263569

>>12259798

we can solve that problem in the future (and most others as well) by enslaving females, removing all rights and protections, reducing them to the legal status of inanimate objects, and leaving as property at the mercy of their male masters (first of all their fathers).

You know as well as I that they want it, they yearn to be free from all responsibility and decisions, they desire to be owned, to fully submit to male authority.

It would make things easier for everyone.


992ddf  No.12263585

>>12263569

There's only 1 way to control the world and that way is through women. Control the access to the vagina and you control the world.

Now, there are 2 ways to control the vagina.

1. As the jew. Greed and manipulation. Control the currency and you incite the greed factor into women.

2. Strength and honesty. This should speak for itself, but you have to hold firm to your beliefs even in peril and you cannot lie about your intentions.

At the end of it all, every war, every conflict, every outburst falls back on either gaining or losing control of the vagina. Money is a tool, nothing more.

It's important the fundamental elements supporting a civilization are known so that those that wish to disrupt the established foundation know where to attack.


992ddf  No.12263595

>>12263585

I want to clarify this statement a bit.

You can kill neither person A nor B.

Person A controls all the vagina. Determines whether you have access to it or not.

Person B controls the worlds wealth. All the gold, diamonds, silver, currency. Everything.

Who in the above scenario has more power?

Person A, obviously. We can form new currencies, we can decide those things aren't actually valuable to us, etc, but we can never decide that vagina no longer holds value. It will always be the end product for our spoils of war.


277bf4  No.12263724

>>12263585

Thus the way to ascension is overcoming the sexual desire and complete brahmacharya. One of the best hidden secrets, because it is hidden in plain sight - >>>/pol/12248904


992ddf  No.12263764

>>12263724

>Yogis

>Ooherdverta

>brahmacharya

My experience is that when someone refrains from using commonly understood wording, they either don't have a complete grasp on what they're explaining or they don't have a respect for the audience.

Truth is simple and doesn't need to be shrouded in mystery.


fb1b2a  No.12263816

File: 16a17bf39c33860⋯.jpg (75.38 KB, 455x341, 455:341, 042-im-lazy.jpg)

>>12263764

>sees a non-western culture's philosophy explained in english

>complains about non-english technical terms

My experience is that when someone is too lazy to do a little bit of reading for something that could potentially benefit them and change their life, they deserve to remain at their current position. I even summarized the benefits in plain english.


fb1b2a  No.12263819

>>12263764

>Truth is simple and doesn't need to be shrouded in mystery

A childish assumption.


992ddf  No.12263847

>>12263816

What is "subtle form"?

What is "gross form"?

What is "Nourishes"?

Flows through what? The bloodstream?

Semen is generated and stored in the testes, it passes by way of the vas differens into the seminal tubules through the penile shaft and out of the body.

If your yogi is trying to refute this information, it's going to take a lot more than words on paper to make me buy into what is being said since I have seen cadavers and dissected organs to understand and physically see these things with my own eyes.

Aside from some written stuff shrouded in mysterious words, is there anything to back up the claims?

I take no issue with spiritual teachings referring to "energy" or "that which science cannot explain" but when it comes to things that are already known, to disprove what is known takes more than words.


fb1b2a  No.12263968

>>12263847

>disprove what is known

It is merely adding another layer to what is known.

>What is "subtle form"?

The subtle form is the mental/metaphysical realm, hard to explain correctly but a simplistic analogy would be that when you imagine something, a picture say, it exists in the subtle realm but not the physical realm. However the subtle semen and the subtle body of a living entity are not imagination. They exist in the mind but the mind is real. As I said, a little hard to explain without study of Yoga.

>What is "gross form"?

This one is simpler. Gross simply means the physical plane. The gross body is the physical body one can touch and feel.

>What is "Nourishes"?

Enhances the brain to provide the benefits I listed in the linked post.

The semen you are talking about is in its gross form. The excerpt is speaking of the subtle form present throughout the subtle body. It doesn't deny the existence of the gross semen obviously.

>I have seen cadavers and dissected organs

If you saw one of an Oordhvareta Yogi you would not find any semen. They can actually stop the production of semen ie. the conversion from subtle to gross form at the arousal of sexual thoughts/desires in the mind (which they have overcome).


2d7d68  No.12264060

>>12263968

>It was real in my mind


48ef3b  No.12264561

>>12264060

>gross oversimplification


c8e817  No.12264607

>>12238976

<believe things because I tell you to


48ef3b  No.12264687


095ec1  No.12264828

File: d7c6387fcc9b632⋯.jpg (105.93 KB, 800x528, 50:33, oh shit nigger.jpg)

File: b93ee11a617a651⋯.png (115.51 KB, 490x484, 245:242, oh_look_by_drawstralia-d4v….png)

>>12235600

>expecting nu/pol/ to discuss anything with meaning without "HURR SHILL"

There is a board on 4chan for this, and I won't name it.


992ddf  No.12264848

>>12263968

I do appreciate you taking the time to translate the information. I won't criticize another persons beliefs (unless it judaism as that's a threat to my person) but we're going to be left with different perspectives on it's authenticity.


48ef3b  No.12264872

>>12264848

Just try nofap for 3 months and you'll be able to experience practically - it won't be a matter of belief. In any case, good luck on your journey.


992ddf  No.12264883

>>12264872

>try nofap for 3 months

that I can do. will report back.


48ef3b  No.12264901

>>12264883

To me nofap means no-PMO. So no porn, no masturbation, and no orgasm. Honestly if you can get rid of the porn the rest is much easier.


621128  No.12265761

>>12264828

>Classic DNC

>/pol/ IS ONE PERSON AND ONLY TALKS ONE WAY

lol pls

you just post in an agreesive and unintelligent way, so you get called out for being something that quacks like a duck all the time

even if you arent really a duck


2958e6  No.12265772

>>12238511

>Soul is just a poetic term to describe your personality/mind/traits. It's not a real, physical object.

then why does the human body lose weight after it dies? and where does the electrical energy (divine spark of life) go after death since energy can't be destroyed?


8756fd  No.12265790

File: 0f7f2297e8e96ca⋯.png (103.22 KB, 2000x2000, 1:1, 2000px-Yin_yang.svg.png)

Christianity = Saturn cult (just like the rest: Communism, Judiasm, esoteric occultists, Islam)

Saturn = Father of the gods

Saturn = Father of the heavens (time)

El = Father of Heaven

El = Father of the gods

El = Father of Jesus (called him "Eli" on the cross)

Baal El = Father of Heaven

Baal El = Father of the gods

Moloch = Baal El

El = Israel (house of El)

Jesus = eating flesh and drinking blood

Jesus = sacrificed child of El

Jesus = King of Israel

Vatican = Pedos

Templars = Fags

Freemasons-Gnostics = sex magic and uniting male with female.

The shitskin numerical time cult of El comes in many forms and only the thunder god was strong enough to kill the motherfucker. El is like the baby boomers, sacrificing their children for their own preservation and power.

"El" (Father of Heaven / Saturn) and his major son: "Hadad" (Father of Earth / Jupiter), are symbolized both by the bull, and both wear bull horns on their headdresses.[20][21][22][23]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_%28deity%29

Christianity is a Saturn cult. The truth is coming out. The fire is rising.

>But we are told that Ēl slew his own son Sadidus (a name that some commentators think might be a corruption of Shaddai, one of the epithets of the Biblical Ēl) and that Ēl also beheaded one of his daughters. Later, perhaps referring to this same death of Sadidus we are told:

But on the occurrence of a pestilence and mortality Cronus offers his only begotten son as a whole burnt-offering to his father Sky and circumcises himself, compelling his allies also to do the same.

<A fuller account of the sacrifice appears later:

Eusebius, Christian Theologian 314AD

It was a custom of the ancients in great crises of danger for the rulers of a city or nation, in order to avert the common ruin, to give up the most beloved of their children for sacrifice as a ransom to the avenging daemons; and those who were thus given up were sacrificed with mystic rites. Cronus then, whom the Phoenicians call Elus, who was king of the country and subsequently, after his decease, was deified as the star Saturn, had by a nymph of the country named Anobret an only begotten son, whom they on this account called Iedud, the only begotten being still so called among the Phoenicians; and when very great dangers from war had beset the country, he arrayed his son in royal apparel, and prepared an altar, and sacrificed him.

Mind you that Jesus was sent to be the Messiah (in his own words) for the children of IsraEL. His father sacrificed him.

Circumcision = Child blood sacrifice to El/Saturn/Elohim/Baal El/IsraEL, father of Christ the child sacrifice.

And this is what caused the schism between Paul and Jesus disciples. Jesus was circumcised.


8756fd  No.12265804


3f567d  No.12266405

>>12237380

>objective

>I believe it is immoral…

Congrats, you just defeated your own point


988899  No.12266422

>>12266405

>Its cruel to let those of inferior genetics breed.

Sounds pretty cut and dry to me. The resulting factor of an absolute is up for interpretation but an absolute is, without question, objective in nature.


3f567d  No.12266564

>>12266422

Absolutes don't exist outside human perspective.


988899  No.12266643

>>12266564

jews are absolutely vile and absolutely need to be wiped off the face of the earth

nice deflection, btw. yid


3f567d  No.12266683

>>12266643

Shitty bait


2a8e68  No.12266698

>>12266683

look at my ID

kek doesn't lie. jews are vile and need to go. God has called upon us humans to wake up to the JQ and remove them. We're reawakening the spirit of our forefathers and resurrecting our old traditions to rise up and remove the yid once and for all.


ac102f  No.12267842

File: 4c7853c344e4767⋯.jpg (72.38 KB, 587x960, 587:960, 4c7853c344e4767cba07a5e568….jpg)

File: aecb155cc60c6da⋯.jpg (30.53 KB, 552x475, 552:475, 4be5e8ced93acc0291789205c1….jpg)

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>>12266698

>We're reawakening the spirit of our forefathers and resurrecting our old traditions to rise up

There will be no where to hide this time, no more running – the world is too small now. Victory shall be absolute.


6962ac  No.12268087

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>>12235600

I will skip the questions for which I don't have any answer or interesting speculation.

>Will all life eventually end? If not, why not?

I don't think it will end in any forseeable future. The most successful life, life which seems to gain the most ability to impose its will on the world and work for its own survival, seems constantly aimed at gaining more power and spreading. Humans seem at the verge of creating better intelligence and of spreading to other planets. I think, just as simple single-celled life became more complex, began to create colony creatures, became multi-cellular, developed specialized organs, gained size and intelligence, built packs and tribes with specialized roles to function as a meta-organism, etc., we'll eventually have much larger networks of intelligence and life that is highly adaptable and isn't susceptible to the disasters we fear now.

>Do you believe in evolution?

Some form of evolution seems pretty likely to me, although I'd be open to any other hypothesis that had any evidence or was more explanatory in nature. I've seen micro-evolution in lab settings in University, so macro-evolution on huge timescales doesn't seem out of the question.

>Do you believe in reincarnation?

In a way. I don't think of a human as an individual thing. We are a network of a number of things by which we might identify - DNA, the matter and energy in our bodies, personality, memories, etc. etc. The concept of "self" is really just the particular arrangement of these aspects at any given moment. I think of death as the dissolution of this network, but the individual aspects continue. Our genes continue through our children. Our matter and energy is recycled through the life cycle. Our personality continues in the memories of others. Our actions leave imprints in the never-ending cause-and-effect chain of the world, no less real then when we remembered them afterwards. Everything I knew my father to be is still here in various forms, though he as a singular individual is gone.

>Is morality objective or subjective?

This is kind of a complex question. I think there are objective rules in the universe. We live in a cause-and-effect reality. If you do X in Y circumstances, you get Z result. To me, morality isn't about X being inherently good or bad. It is about humans having a nature that presses us to get and benefit from certain results. If X gets the results that benefit us, that perpetuate us as a species and culture and breeds health, then X is good. If the situation changes, then X might get different results, and may be good or bad. For example, I generally think killing is bad, because societies that prohibit murder generally become stronger, healthier, more unified and more likely to survive. But if someone is a threat to my child's life, or an army is invading to conquer us, killing is good for the same reasons that the general prohibition of killing was good. That makes it seem pretty subjective… but the fact that we don't choose our nature or set the rules of the universe makes it seem somewhat objective. Hard to say, really.


6962ac  No.12268092

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>>12235600

>>12268087

(2 of 2)

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

I guess I kind of answered this above.

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

It seems to me that we are a tribal species, and the more we specialize the more we become a networked intelligence organism. I don't know if we have a duty to each other, but I think we are stronger when we treat our families and communities as though we do have a duty to them (and people also seem naturally more satisfied when they do). Some of us can certainly stand on their own, but I doubt they are better for it.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Hard to say, but I suspect so. After all, whether or not there is any intention behind it, all life seems to either move in a particular direction - that they, their genes, their way of life becomes more capable of imposing will on the world around it, that it may survive and take what it needs to survive and make more of the world in its own image under as many circumstances as it can or needs to - or else it disappears and ceases to be part of life in time.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Sure. Subjectively, my family's lives are worth more to me than strangers. Less subjectively, a life that passes on its genes and memes and has more bearing on the future seems worth more to everyone in the future than someone who lives in solitude and dies while leaving little behind.

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

I don't know that it's bad in the sense of being wrong. It's sad, but it's also part of a life cycle from which we all have benefitted much. But I'm for seeking to stop or delay it, if we can do so in a way that benefits the species and allows us to continue growing.


2958e6  No.12301627

bumping this


f7db59  No.12301858

File: 953bb4e7ebc2735⋯.png (71.86 KB, 188x209, 188:209, ancient-coin-depicting-the….png)

>>12235716

The Demiurge is an asshole


f7db59  No.12301871

>>12265790

https://www.pbs.org/video/religion-ethics-newsweekly-rabbi-shmuley-boteach-extended-interview/


f7db59  No.12301881

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


a7ccb6  No.12301887

A related question, how do I deal with the crushing reality we live in?

I am past that whole existential bullshit, but now reality kinda sucks. Social media is full of shills, media overall gets dumbed down for normies and the general population lacks a mind of their own.

I really don't know how else I would articulate it besides "crushing"


e7ec37  No.12301906

File: 4fc5d6f163beea5⋯.jpg (7.25 KB, 184x184, 1:1, sad demiurge.jpg)


f7db59  No.12301944

>>12301887

It's horrible, I know.

I tried smoking pot and it worked for several years until it didn't anymore and it became a burden, a curse. I quit and I'll never go back

My life hit it's absolute pit of hell on Christmas Eve 1981. It was so bad brain cancer couldn't be worse.

I found my way out through several maneuvers;

1. I've isolated myself as best as possible from other people, including my god awful family.

2. We are dual or actual triune characters; physical, intellectual, and spiritual.

2a. Physical; get control over your physical nature by diet, exercise, finding positive surroundings in which to live, and removing all negative influences like alcohol, drugs, sugar tobacco etc.

2b. Intellectual; there are great things that have been accomplished in the intellectual realm. Think of the Renaissance, the mathematics of the Enlightenment and it's 19th cent aftermath, and so on. There's numerous lifetimes of difficult intellectual struggle and study there to amuse and uplift you. Study in solitude is amazing stuff.

2c Spiritual. This is complex. Descartes said "Je m'avance masque". I feel the spiritual world approaches me but in a masked form, in obscurity. It's mysterious. I embrace that mystery and contemplate it.


f7db59  No.12301956

>>12301906

haha good one..


a7ccb6  No.12301958

>>12301944

So biting the bullet simply pulling a Sisyphus is my only option?


f7db59  No.12301998

File: 9489fbdf3842d01⋯.jpg (870.7 KB, 2358x2958, 393:493, 0bdfaf0db0e7f893d6ef21ab11….jpg)

>>12301958

I strongly recommend Flaubert's Temptations of St. Anthony. He read about 400 books of the early patristic authors of the Christian church to research this superb novel.


a7ccb6  No.12302110

>>12301998

Would an audio book do it too?


f7db59  No.12302132

>>12302110

https://librivox.org/the-temptation-of-st-anthony-by-gustave-flaubert/


a7ccb6  No.12302147

>>12302132

Would you advise me to listen to it sober?


b2ea7d  No.12302212

File: ecd1569e4fc5110⋯.gif (857.56 KB, 320x288, 10:9, 1532723119627.gif)

>>12235600

>a person's philosophy influences not just their politics, but their morality, and vice versa

depends on how urgent your survival is :^)


17f60f  No.12302874

>>12301858

heretic


f7db59  No.12302884

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>12235716

See? this is proof that the demiuge is a really an evil twisted asshole with sick sick sense of humor.


f7db59  No.12302885

>>12302147

You might want to hear the ending high on some really good sativa.


f7db59  No.12302897

File: 82eddba413c70ff⋯.jpg (47.44 KB, 408x670, 204:335, elliot.JPG)

Yep, when I die and stand before the throne of eternal judgment, that old Demiurge is going to have a lot of explaining to do to me…


213f1d  No.12302900

>>12302884

Looks like our boy Eliot finally got himself that hot blonde he was craving so much.


f7db59  No.12302905

File: 6d0b217fa36686e⋯.jpg (35.57 KB, 411x273, 137:91, esl.JPG)


213f1d  No.12302914

>>12302905

This should be a lesson to all neets and foreveraloners out there.

Get up and change the world!


5a5e0c  No.12302952

>How do you think the universe came to be?

Some sort of primordial force that is beyond our comprehension constructed the intelligently designed matrix we live in. Something that is more ancient than consciousness itself.

>Will all life eventually end? If so, how? If not, why not?

If science is correct, then apparently there's going to be a heat death of the universe eventually. But I believe when this happens the cycle will just repeat itself. But if we're talking about my own belief, then im just unsure. We could be in a repeating cycle of a God trying to regain it's divine consciousness. There's just too many possibilities and we know too little for me to even make a call like that.

>How do you think life first originated on earth?

I'm firm believer in the cellular theory. But I certainly don't believe we're the first intelligent life to roam this planet.

>Do you believe in evolution?

You're an idiot if you don't.

>Do you think there is a God? If so, is God perfect? If so, do we owe anything to God?

Yes, the primordial force i mentioned earlier is "God". I'm not sure if perfect is even a natural concept. 'Perfect' may be just an entirely human concept. And all i know is, nature is basically the laws and mechanisms of this universe. Therefore it is an extension of God. Even nature isn't perfect (though it is self correcting). So therefore, i believe God is either. No, we owe god nothing. I don't even believe God is sentient.

>Do humans have souls?

Yes. A soul is a conscious connection to the universe.

>Do animals have souls?

Some do. My belief is if you can dream you have a soul. And i know some animals dream.

>Is there an afterlife

No. There isn't even a real 'after' because time isn't real. Your conscious just gets reassigned to another body.

>Do you believe in reincarnation

Yes, in the sense that I just described above. But there is no eternal "you", just the "you" your current ego body.

>Is morality subjective or objective

I think that humans have their own subjective moral code if they wish to have so. But at the same time i do believe there is a greater objective good. Like there is a list of good (virtuous) things that any species can identify.

>Can an action which at point would have been morally reprehensible become acceptable through special circumstances?

Now this an interesting question. This can start a lot of arguments. I think yes, because i believe in the greater good. Because justice is apart of the greater good. And justice as a simple concept is maintaining balance. Who doesn't want to maintain balance? Or if you want to make up your own reality and not observe the universe around you using logic and reason and base your opinions on those, you are free to do that as well. It's all about perspective.

Cont.


65e50b  No.12302958

File: 02ddc86b6fcac47⋯.png (131.4 KB, 1127x895, 1127:895, Dagoth Ur.png)

>>12302905

>Elliot has become a GOD

>He uses his powers to ball and chain after some used up broad


5a5e0c  No.12302999

>>12302952

>Do humans have a duty to each other or do we completely stand on our own?

We have a natural duty towards your fellow people to thrive. We must work together to thrive. This is not debatable. But that doesn't mean i'm obligated to help people outside of my tribe. You have your own tribe.

>Does a living thing's existence have intrinsic meaning/purpose?

Yes. Even the lowest slave serves a purpose. What's a king without peasants? Yeah working retail isn't exactly a "great" life but someone has to be there to ring you up for your coffee. Everyone has their place, no matter how small they may seem to their own ego.

>Is one life worth more than another?

Yes and no. Some people play far more important key roles in this show we're in. But once again, could Hitler have done what he did alone? Would he even do what he did if his common people didn't suffer?

>Is human death bad? If not, why? If so, why? If so, should we seek to totally stop people from dying?

Top kek. Only the faithless fear the grave. Death is a natural cycle of life. You're basically asking is nature bad. Reincarnation or not, it wont matter because either way you your conscious fades from your body. Quit being a pussy.

I guess I could call myself a National Socialist. I think National Socialism is heavily connected to nature. And i try to follow what nature is trying to do for the universe. Which is make it good. I believe kikes truly are 'evil' worshiping demons. Everything they do and stand for is considered reprehensible by anyone with a shred of good in them. But at the same time i think niggers aren't evil. They're mainly dumb and therefore act more animalistic. Combined with the highest testosterone of all races, of course they're going to act like savage gorillas. But kikes? They literally act like Lucifer. They worship a demon god. And they will do anything to fulfill Baals plan to enslave the earth. There has to be SOMETHING to these theological books they follow. They just can't all be fairy tales, there are just far too many coincidences. Mysticism for the most part has left the consciousness of the masses. Hell if you ask me, only one pillar still stands in the masses minds anymore. But all in all, politics, philosophy and theology are so close together they're almost synonymous. I just wish normalfags would wake the fuck up and realize this fact. That none of this shit we're in is an accident. That there is a plan in motion.




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