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Personal Denial and Institutional Sacrifice

Posted by Bob on June 11th, 2011 under Coaching Session

The Medieval Church kept the Bible away from the people. It said that if people read the Bible they would cease to be unquestioning followers of the Church.

The Church was dead right.

One major source of Church revenue was the chantry. A wealthy man could set up a church where a priest would devote his full time to saying masses for the rich man’s soul, each of which cut his time in Purgatory. Poor men could only buy cheap indulgences and so had to face God on their own.

No one can be even vaguely familiar with Jesus’ words in the New Testament and be less than shocked at the idea that money could buy Heaven.

Chantries existed in Egypt. A man would leave an estate to support a man who would do the spells and chants and other things that would help his soul reach the afterlife. But Amon never said that earthly wealth was a barrier to salvation. Jesus did say it, and he said it repeatedly.

The Church took St. Paul’s degenerate Zoroastrianism and became a fan of personal torture. The Church made the questionable advance of using a stake instead of a cross, psychologically warping people into doing to themselves what was done to Christ.

The Church punished the bodies of its component people, but it never denied anything to itself as an institution. But only we who understand Wordism can see that denial of the body does not just mean torturing oneself. An institution is as much a body as a person is.

In fact one of the great inventions of the West was the corporation. There is a lot more to a corporation than just that one cannot lose more than one invests in the corporation.

It would be very hard for us to explain what United States Steel is to any earlier society. US Steel is not the sum of its parts. Millions of people own a piece of US Steel. But they put in money and maybe they vote their shares, and that is it.

A corporation is its employees, it is its executives, it is Board of Directors, all in a different sense. It is hard for us to think otherwise, but it was impossible for earlier societies to think that way.

An institution is every much a part of this earth as a human being is.

  1. #1 by Dave on 06/11/2011 - 10:23 am

    Institutions are the wearing of uniforms. Ideologies are uniforms. Religions are uniforms. PHDs are uniforms. Your Lutheran neighbor wears a uniform. The labels “liberal” and “conservative” are uniforms.

    How is it that people in the maw of institutions become so wildly disconnected from reality?

    America is one of the most regulated societies of all time. The regimentation in America is extreme. The deformity of America is extreme. America is an extremist society wildly disconnected from reality.

    I have always been flummoxed by how bizarre America truly is. It is a wildly bizarre society, very difficult for any sane person to cope with.

    It is critical never to get lost in that fact. We have to seek refuge from the bizarre facts. And that means learning superior methods of assessment, new ways of seeing. That’s the Mantra. And overall, that is what Robert Whitaker is doing, teaching new ways of seeing. It is absolutely necessary, for survival.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 06/11/2011 - 10:29 am

    “…psychologically warping people into doing to themselves what was done to Christ….”

    It takes a certain type person or institution, to WANT a god to DIE to get them off the hook. wanting a coverup jesus says a lot about a person. I’m not sure I get the post, though see pain-inflicting institutions always on the scene. We’re a part of their body they never mind hurting.

    Some people kill for spoils while others create, these seem the two types and everything else follows from it; the latter doesn’t need a scapegoat god, as there is no need to feel guilt for using what is one’s own, for what simply comes forth, (one’s creation, imagination) and for that, there will be no possible retaliation (only envy— while for the spoils type, there is fear, then want of “forgiveness” –for this ends the possibility of retaliation for the theft (spoils).

    Jews just say it’s ok to take things from goys, and solve the problem that way. Among themselves, they will have honor, so they don’t need jesus. converts are actually bad, since it’s just more people to share spoils with.

    some christian types focus on on the evil nature of man, he wants to steal and just can’t help it. “it’s the nature of man” but really it is just THEIR own personal nature. they need the dying-for-sins jesus— a sure sign of lack of creativity and announcement they are out spoils.

    Anyway, lots of self-denying whites are doing missions to non-whites— but what other choice do they have? They must get converts from the most vulnerable, least intelligent, magic-oriented populations, obviously.

    It’s exactly the same principle as keeping books suppressed. Finding the mark dumb enough to believe it (or creating people dumb enough).

    Real missions aren’t done (meaning theology-oriented) anywhere, and least of all, between white groups, who are competing for non-white converts. (in fact, it would be very interesting if the white groups, without any form of malice, were truly discussing real theology and where it must go) but governments and churches don’t compete for white converts ever. And nowhere does conversion have to do with any theology, not in any real depth.

    The jews were right on that, imo— it was probably smarter to just stay out of the stupid-converts business.


  3. #3 by Genseric on 06/11/2011 - 12:26 pm

    My institution is the white race.

    I pay homage to us on a daily basis by advocating for the rights of white children everywhere.

    That doesn’t make me a member of a cult. It makes me and anyone like me a SANE human being. Self-preservation is a primal instinct. If you don’t have it, then you were destined for obsolescence all along.

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