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The Serpent Had a Point

Posted by Bob on June 7th, 2011 under Coaching Session, Religion

Eden consisted of a Kingdom of Animals, with a man at its head. Then Jehovah found that the OTHER animals were not enough company for Adam, King of his totally static animal Kingdom.

We weep and we wail that that static Eden is gone.

But if it weren’t, we wouldn’t BE here.

Adam wasn’t happy with Eden. He was lonely.

Eve wasn’t happy with Eden. She was curious.

I am sure the animals were happy with Eden. The lion had plenty of hay to eat before he went to bed with the sheep. The sheep had no complaints.

But the static, mindless world dissatisfied Adam and then it wasn’t enough for Eve.

If Adam and Eve hadn’t eaten the Fruit of Knowledge they would have been able to wander around forever as a pair of mindless, highly favored pets, with a physical resemblance to Jehovah but not with a will of their own. It sounds a lot like the Noble Savages Rousseau praised, except that Adam and Eve were sterile and had less personal incentive than any savage who ever lived.

The serpent told Eve she should risk the unknown.

The serpent had a point.

  1. #1 by Genseric on 06/07/2011 - 6:38 am

    Ahhhhhh……Parables from Genesis.

    I can honestly say that I start almost every day wondering “WHAT will Bob write/release today?”

    I can honestly say that I have never been disappointed.

  2. #2 by Dave on 06/07/2011 - 9:04 am

    Yes, Eve, the Angel of the Perfection of the Body, was disobedient. But Eve’s disobedience was for Lucifer, her greatest love.

    Lucifer, the Angel of Light, and the greatest of all the Angels.

    In her disobedience Eve chose Michael, the Angel of Creation, and Lucifer was left with an eternity of grief. And silence was banished and suffering was born.

    So men could learn what it means to yearn for the Light, and the bare possibility of a new race of Angels.

  3. #3 by Simmons on 06/07/2011 - 11:05 am

    Despair seems to be the topic dejure amongst the netizens this week.

    A good movie to watch about the despair that whites suffer when their wordist dreams go up in smoke as all do in the end is “Seven Beauties” by Lina Wertmuller.

    As Bob has wrote in the past only Aryans ask why live in our lives.

    Hunter has a graph about suicide stats and its a white thing, of course.

    Kuntsler wrote this week about tatoos and the mutts that wear them, well from my experience tatoos go with dream catchers and whites who are on that level of existence are not even on the bottom rung of society anymore but are at the base of the ladder thrashing wildly trying to catch it.

    We are in the rebirth and it is going to be painful to watch. My WAG is that suicide stats amongst whites will skyrocket as we go forward, but that is the price we pay, cry if you want, join them if want, but stay out of my way. Sorry

    Today’s whites are cut off from living, the script they are handed by the elite directors is that written by psychopaths with a huge passive/aggressive complex. Hell we are not even allowed to hate, that sucks.

  4. #4 by seriouswon on 06/07/2011 - 1:55 pm

    I live for the little pockets of joy. Times when my kids are doing well, good rapport with a friend, the smell of a rose, beautiful music and so on. The psychopaths know nothing of true joy so they’ll never be able to eradicate ALL the simple things.

    The evil all around me stinks but makes the good all that much sweeter.

  5. #5 by Simmons on 06/07/2011 - 1:58 pm

    Well Dave today is my optimist day, reading the comments about the bands of feral black youth playing the part of the Black SA for Obama on a volunteer level I would say whites if not actually tasting the apple are eyeing the apple.

    Anyway in a tactical sense the anti-white whites are laying it out pretty far for these blacks giving us Bugsters plenty of neck to hit with our swords. I’ll not blame blacks for being black, but I will blame anti-white whites for their behavior.

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