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PostSubject: The Conception of Life (survival) After Death and Human Creativity Sat Oct 11, 2014 6:26 pm

There is not an Aryan religion that has ever been conceived that does not have a conception of life (survival in some form) after death. The conception of life after death for primitive man is key - without it, no true culture arises. This is only one of many factors, but it is a key factor none the less. Thus, we can see the problem with that ancient religion of Abraham which has preserved its ancient ways. Alas, they don't even believe in survival after death - then what is the purpose of creation, or life itself?

The law of conservation of energy demands survival after death in some form. The ancient Egyptians knew it, the Greeks knew it, even Christianity in its early forms accepted it. Where there is no survival after death, there is no creativity in life. This is why the Semite spirit is Einstein, the international financier, the speculative entity. There is no culture, there is nothing of this world, nothing created, only a looking to the laws of the universe and the speculation on currencies.

Their father figure is turned away from life itself, and looks only to the nation of Israel:



As long as deep in the heart,
The soul of a Jew yearns,
And forward to the East
To Zion, an eye looks
Our hope will not be lost,
The hope of two thousand years,
To be a free nation in our land,
The land of Zion and Jerusalem.

Through preserving their blood throughout the millenniums, their breeding has made the Semite spirit likely unable to view other human beings as deserving of any dignity.



He doesn't look outward to the world, instead he has turned inward on himself, towards other worlds man was never meant to tread.
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PostSubject: Re: The Conception of Life (survival) After Death and Human Creativity Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:25 pm

Life, consciousness, is a pattern; an organisation of a multitude of processes whose collective effect can cease. Death is not an end because the constituent parts making up an organism continue. But the pattern that makes the organism, the consciousness, possible does not.

There is no spirit or whatever supernatural nonsense you might care to appeal to. An afterlife is for those who cannot accept that life is finite.

The zionist meme endured through the generations as it provided a means of justifying the jew's suffering and projected a potential reward, which they are now enjoying. What this has done is shown the efficacy of victimhood as a Will to Power.

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An ancient greek considered immortality to be that he was remembered by subsequent generations. Many of those men are immortal in that sense. They produced ideas, inventions or accomplishments that cemented their place in the memories of the species.

The immortality of a race lies in it's capacity to communicate itself to the next generation - both genetically and memetically.

Ashkenazi jews are part eastern european, part semite mongrels. They have succeeded in the latter, not so in the former. Christianity was the natural progression of the judaic ideology, moving away from a race- or nation-based particularism. Then marxism removed the supernatural connotations and introduced economics as the fundamental principle, with the State substituting god.
The jew represents a chaotic element in this regard as his creations are not really linked to him and take on a life of their own, evolving, changing and developing over time, associating with other creations, intermingling and mutating.
He remains apart, however. He does not buy what he sells.

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PostSubject: Re: The Conception of Life (survival) After Death and Human Creativity Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:10 am

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Life, consciousness, is a pattern; an organisation of a multitude of processes whose collective effect can cease. Death is not an end because the constituent parts making up an organism continue. But the pattern that makes the organism, the consciousness, possible does not.

There is no spirit or whatever supernatural nonsense you might care to appeal to. An afterlife is for those who cannot accept that life is finite.

It is reasonable to say that there is no eternal paradise.

However, I'm not sure how you can be so confident saying that consciousness doesn't return in the same form, as an eternal recurrence, when you don't know for sure the life cycle of the universe. For all you know, time is infinite, the number of universes are infinite, the universe destroys itself and re-creates itself again and again, enhancing the likelihood of you having to live your life over and over again.

I think you might not take into account the actual life-span of the universe and it's size, and the fact that this may not be the only universe. Just speculation, but I'm sure it would be horrifying to have to live your same life over and over again down to every breath and feeling. However, such a truth would be the ultimate affirmation of life - there would be no escape from life itself. Such a universal truth would crush most men who choose to hide away from pain and the fact that there is no escape from the brutality of life itself.

By the way, when I refer to 'spirit' - I mean the traits of the Jew, or any other race for that matter, that has been bred through time. Spirit to me is human quality which passes through the generations, it transcends time, i.e. traits and mannerisms, memes and cultures, genetics.
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