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Most Amazing and Least Noticed

Posted by Bob on November 29th, 2005 under Musings about Life

The most amazing thing about Aryan society requires a roll of drums. We are the first and only society in history where the following can happen.

Someone produces statistical proof that magic works and ghosts are all about us. It is unlikely, but let’s say it happens.

Does our society, based on science, then collapse?

No. We say, “Damn! I would never have imagined such a thing could happen.”

Then we factor in the fact that magic works and ghosts exist and go on with our lives.

In this century, three concepts of hte universe have held sway, the old Newtonian physics, Einstien’s physics based on light speed, and Heissenberg and quantum physics.

For the first time in history the truths contained in three different concepts of the universe existing side by side didn’t even ause a ripple.

I was just a kid at the time but I remember the trouble Gallileo caused. His intellectual world was based on the Old Testament, and the Old Testament said in the clearest terms that God created the firmament, the firm earth, and spread the heavens above it. When Galileo looked through the telescope invented in Northern Europe he found the earth was not the only firmament.

Copernicus had said much the same thing. But Copernicus was a Pollack, so what did HE know?

Galileo was put under hosue arrest. He was challenging the entire universe his society was based on. One person put it perfectly:

“Do you think that a man with a tube with a piece of glass in each end can overturn the whole History and Authority of the Church?”

Actually a guy with a tube with a piece of glass in each end DID overturn the whole Authority of the Church.

In fact, there has not been a Catholic school since 1700 which did NOT go with the tube instead of the Authority of the Church.

This has gone so far that before his death Pope John Paul mentioned the possibility of removing the Catholic Church’s condemnation of Galileo as a heretic. It didn’t happen, but it could.

One of the most important documents on which the Papacy based its temporal power was the Donation of Constantine. This was a forged document which was supposedly written by the Emperor Constantine which explained the reason he moved the capitol of the Roman Empire from the city of Rome to Constantinople.

In the Donation, Constantine said that, due to a miracle, he was giving all of the Western Roman Empire to the Pope. So he, the lesser of the two, had to move to the East, since the Pope owned the West. If you read Dante’s Inferno written inthe fourteenth century, Dante believed the Donation was genuine.

Actually the Donation was silly. It was forged inteh eighth century using the scholarhip of the time. It ws FULL of absurdities. For one thing, it was written in the wrong language. The Latin in it was eight-century Latin, not fourth-century Latin. And the Roman upper class wrote in Greek back tehn anyway.

The Donation got EVERYTHING wrong. It cited the wrong divisions of the church at the time of Constantine and so forth.

One of the heroes of all ages was the man who exposed the Donation. All the scholars in the fifteenth century knew it was bogus, but he wrote the book that exposed it. He stated flatly that he expected to be burned at the stake for it.

Everybody else had kept quiet. But this was the sort of person who comes from Aryans. He just couldn’t STAND for something that was obviously true to be ignored.

That was the ONLY reason he did it. Any of our Heroic Practical Men would tell you he was a fool.

But the Aryan world is not based on Practial Men. Our real hero escaped from the stake. He was surrounded by Aryans back then.

Our society discovered statistics. We found the Bell Curve. It is a very heretical Curve. It says that whether you succeed in battle does not depend on what the priests and Authorities determine from Traditional values, but one simple probabilities.

In all history there has never been a society that could absord three forms of physics without a ripple. In all of history there has never been a society that had one sentence as it guiding light:

“PROVE it.”

Every other society was based largely on the statement, ‘Things are not as they appear.”

I can say to you, because we are part of Aryan, which is called “Western” thought:

“If the world is not as it appears, why did God or evolution, or both, give us EYES?”

If your little tube with a piece of glass in each end is RIGHT. PROVABLY right, we will absord it into our society and go on.

The basis of our society is an old scientific saying, “One experiment is worth a hundred Expert Opinions.”

What would DESTROY any earlier civilized order only elicits, “Damn! I would have SWORN that wasn’t true.”

Soviet society was based on the concept that mankind was a product of economics. So as soon as the Medicogenetical Institute killed that idea, Stalin had to kill them.

Oriental societies were based on philosophers who were silly. So Marxism took them over. You would not believe what African societies are based on.

Jews like Marx are the Great Authorities. And Einstein NEEDED a universe based on a certainty.

Aryans ASK the universe, “What is true.” Odin lost an eye hanging on the world tree to learn some FACTS.

The society Odin’s people produced is called “Western.” All the Old Testament and other Middle East fanatics, including modern historians, are STILL trying to find some way to shoehorn the developement of Western Civilization into the Old Testament.

The world tree Odin hung on was called Yggsdradil, and its roots were miles deep. The roots of what is called “Western” Civilization are miles deep.

What is true is simply true.

And we are the only civilization in history that could handle that.

  1. #1 by Peter on 11/29/2005 - 7:04 pm


  2. #2 by Peter on 11/29/2005 - 7:12 pm

    To expand a little on a small point: Yggdrasil’s roots are WORLDS deep. Its roots stretch to the world of the gods and to our own Middleyard. Literally, Yggdrasill means the “awful pulling beam” or “awful gallows.” In early modern English, the tree would be Ugdrawsill. Trivia.

  3. #3 by Peter on 11/29/2005 - 7:41 pm

    On a statement of fact: firmament does not mean “firm earth.” It means the sky, especially where the clouds are. Firmamentum was a literal translation of Greek οτερέωμα in the Septuagint. It is one of the waters divided from the waters below. The word underscores your statements about the ancient supremacy of the Greek OT. (Historically it was even the version of choice among Jews and not just the “Hellenized” diaspora.)

  4. #4 by Simmons on 11/29/2005 - 9:40 pm

    Could you say we are a society based on inquiry?

  5. #5 by Bob on 11/30/2005 - 1:35 pm

    Peter, you’re right.

    My point was that the Bible clearly states that the Earth was created and the heavens spead
    above it, which is why Galileo was condemned.

    I also seem to remember someone who worked for Jehovah telling the sun to stay still in the
    sky for a while, indicating it was the sun and not the earth that was moving.

    I won’t continue on this. I know that we now know that BOTH move,and so forth.

    My point is that, in biblical terms, the earth IS the center of the universe.

    The Church could not shoehorn the real unviverse into the Old Testament.

  6. #6 by Bob on 11/30/2005 - 2:37 pm

    Simmons, I would say that Greek philosophy was based on inquiry. So Aristotle inquired about the number of teeth women are born with and ame up with the answer that it was one less than men are born with.

    Odin would have had Mrs. Odin open her mouth and COUNTED her teeth.

    We are a society based on the idea that, “One experimetn is worth a hundred expert opinions.”

  7. #7 by Elizabeth on 11/30/2005 - 4:32 pm

    The earliest images of Christ’s redemptive sacrifice on the Cross
    are from Germany, and all from the 10th and 11th centuries.

    In the Mediterranean countries, Christ was NEVER represented on
    the Cross, except as a King or Emperor in full robes posing against
    it — until the First Crusade, which began in the 1090s, during
    which a bunch of Northern Europeans crossed the Mediterranean
    to get to the East.

    One of the earliest British poets was a shepherd named Caedmon. He
    was the author of some beautiful religious poetry, especially
    a classic about the Cross.

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