“”Words are the bricks and building blocks of our world. A world of words that creates a world of things.”” ℵ☉Ω
“Only if words are felt, bodily presences, like echoes or waterfalls, can we understand the power of spoken language to influence, alter, and transform the perceptual world” ~ David Abram
“The Gift of vocabulary, the power of language and words, is singularly the most powerful force given and available to mankind. For all that can be conveyed and expressed by them is limitless.” ℵ☉Ω
Abracadabra “I create as I speak.” “אברא כדברא” Aramaic translation “I create like the word.” Or I create with words. “Abracadabra – אברא כדברא.”
According to many religious traditions, including Christianity, Hinduism and Islam, G’d used a single word to create everything in the cosmos. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with G’d, and the Word was G’d.” ~ John 1:1. The word manifested in matter. For G’d said; “Let there be light, and there was light.” ~ Genesis 1:3. “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory.” ~ John 1:14… With 32 mystical paths of Wisdom engraved the Lord of Hosts. The G’d of G’ds. The living G’d, King of the universe. Created His universe with ‘Numbers מִסְפֵּר Sephar’ with ‘Text סֵ֫פֶר Sepher’ and with ‘communication סיפור Sipur.’ Three Mothers, Seven Doubles and twelve Elementals. With the voice of holy breath and speech, He engraved and carved and covered. And with these the blessed holy One created All. ~ commentary cited from – Sēpher Yetzirah ספר יצירה book of creation or formation.
So just as the Creator, Created his universe with language, We also Create our universe with language. Our G’dly gift you could say. As It’s said ‘Adom Ha’Rishon’ the “first man,” was aware of the mystical process of creation and was programmed with this inner knowledge and understanding of language. Also he was given the gift of naming everything and the mystical Hebrew letters, which is said to be the holy tongue and the language of creation: “AND WHATEVER THE MAN CALLED EACH LIVING THING WAS INDEED ITS NAME.” ~ Genesis 2:19. In some sense, to finish or confirm the act of creation. “As the birth of humanity arose from the birth of language.”
For everything in our lives is conveyed and expressed with WORDS, So knowing the Power, Beauty, Force and Ferocious Splendour of our Words Spoken and Written, is the key to understanding all the Mysteries. As language and Words create the filters through which we perceive, identify and view the world and people around Us. For we all employ the gifts of communication, grammar, oratory, and rhetoric or ‘the semantic components of language.’ To Express and Convey all We See, Hear, Smell, Touch, Think and Feel. As everything in our lives is conveyed and expressed by them, and it would be impossible to express the Gifts of life and to know more about the universe, the inner-verse and the hearts and the minds of mankind without them. For they are the essential tools which we use to express and identify ourselves.
Lord Byron put it beautifully when he said; “words are but things, spoken or a small drop of ink, falling, like dew, upon a thought produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions think.” We all know how the power of language spoken or written can affect us and the way we perceive and see our selfs, others, and the world.
So with this magical G’d like gift, there comes great responsibility. As Abracadabra אברא כדברא I create as I speak, I create like the word, I create with words; Shows that our words are alive, and have the power within them, to create or destroy. For Language does hold a profound power, magical even, with its force and energy. The science of cymatics shows this, as cymatics shows how spoken sounds take on Vibratory Geometrical shapes.
“Our words as they leave our lips transform into vibrations, vibrations = energy, and this energy creates magical effects.” ~ ℵ☉Ω
Magick therefore is inextricably intertwined with language, whether we believe it or not. For the uttering of certain words, is considered a magical act, take singing or prayers for instance. As words serve a variety of functions within magick, and each of these is crucial to the success of a ‘spell’ or ritual. Since all magical systems have a vocabulary and a grammar, or set of rules that determine the meaning or result of any combination of words. “Grammarye, Magick, therefore is only the Greek “Gramma”. Also the old name of a Magical Ritual, “Grimoire”, is merely a Grammar.” In either case, the pronouncing of words, names etc validates the effect of the performative utterance. As the depth and complexity of language’s syntax including the phrase structure and morphology, and the breadth of its phonological inventory, described in combination with the “richness” of any language’s structure, contributes to its magical power. Magick therefore could not exist without the foundation of human speech and communication.
“Words carry with them not only the conception of the mind, but also the virtue of the speaker with a certain efficacy unto the hearers, and this oftentimes with so great a power, that oftentimes they change not only the hearers, but also other bodies, and things that have no life.” ~ Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim 1486-1535.
So to know a word’s proper meaning and definition, and how to use it correctly, is Infact magick. For the naming of things consists of uttering the phonemes they represent, and in this sense what they are. The name therefore is a symbolic form that provides a reference to a physical thing, or to an abstract, imaginal, or imaginary thing and allows the one who uses this name or word to affect its referent. “The uttering of the words is, indeed, usually a, or even the, leading incident in the performance of the act of communication. The performance of which is also the object of the utterance.” As language and words cause change to occur in conformity with our Will. So knowing the power, beauty, force and ferocious splendour of words, is the key to the Occult Mysteries of Magick. For every true Magician who is well studied in the Art of Magick, understands this; as they skilfully mesmerise with Poise and Wisdom as they juggle the Truth. For It is well noted that a crafted magician uses the semantic components of language to change their world round about them. For they understand that every word has a price and consequence, and every silence too.
“Words and magic were in the beginning one and the same thing, and even today words retain much of their magical power.” ~ Sigmund Freud. 1856-1939.
Choose your words wisely, as we can use this powerful force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively, using words of hurt, hate and despair. We all know that we have the ability to do all these things. To teach, to help, or to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate or to humble, all with this g’dly gift given. We can light fires in the hearts and minds of our fellow man, or cause despair, hurt, chaos and war. The control and power is within you. For it was said long ago that Words are the counters of wise men, and the money of fools. So spend your words wisely, Because every word is worth a gold coin, but silence is worth two.
In the words of Gertrude Stein, “You are all a lost generation.” This quote is found on the first page of Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises. The decadence and essence of broken men, I felt was apropos for how I feel about Hollywood, their media, and the Oscars these days. Can we go back to the days of Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Ingrid Bergman, Grace Kelly, Alfred Hitchcock, etc.? (I could list for days…)
The only two films I saw in the nominations was Isle of Dogs, which I saw in theatre multiple times, as is a ritual of mine for all Wes Anderson releases. It was of course a beautiful animated film. Anderson must be a glutton for punishment to go into stop animation a second time, and somehow he managed to make an even more captivating and beautiful film than The Fantastic Mr Fox.
I also saw BlacKkKlansman. and felt that Spike Lee really undershot his potential in this. I am a huge fan of his, and saw this in theatre as well as I had really hoped for another Spike Lee classic. Instead I felt I was given an undercover cop drama meets buddy cop meets Do the Right Thing meets 25th Hour. Seeing as how the two films I mention are my favorite of Lee’s you would think I would love this film, but instead felt he mailed it in on this one.
I think the fact that Black Panther is being nominated is pure evidence of how terrified they are of losing ratings. This is not a legit nomination, but rather the sociological, political ploy to win the hearts of black america and somehow repair its image after last year’s debacle. Then with Kevin Hart, and the whole controversy there, it has just become an absolute mess. I don’t care to watch, and most likely won’t.
I hope that Wes Anderson wins for everything he is up for, and outside of this, I really couldn’t care less what Hollywood is aiming to do politically these days. I am not their target audience and that is fine. I plan to make films for audiences who would appreciate some of the traditional values in film and art that seems to be trifled down in today’s era. These social justice warriors are more adamant in making all female cast remakes of Ghostbusters, et al, to appease the minority and female crowds. I mean good for them, there is a market there that could be had. I just feel it cheapens the experience, and ultimate value of what is even being made.
If your motivation for making a film is to make money, and market towards particular waves of culture? Then as a business man, I don’t knock the capitalistic endeavor.
As a filmmaker and lover of cinema, and art? I feel we are being sold cheap crap as a symbol of virtue signalling, all for the mighty dollar. Why not make original characters that we love?
At least Black Panther is semi-original in that, no movie was made yet, (but it was a comic material, and as a childhood fan of comics I can’t stand Marvel anymore period, because I feel my soul is cashed out on how much I care about comic book movies anymore.) I just feel that instead of aiming to really make art that matters, and tell stories that matter, they are more concerned with what sex, race, and political issue to tackle in each film, and therefore predicts who will take home the awards. The awards are just tokens of selling your soul to the corporate machine to make substandard films to meet target audiences.
Just to clarify and make sure that there is no mistaking my direction in anger towards this all:
I am not against female movies, minority films, etc. In fact I want them, I just want better versions of them, not some cheap watered down meet the status-quo, modus operandi, that is, building films around these markets… instead of just building great films, and seeking out ones that are for women and minorities. Frankly women and minorities deserve better than hand-me-down remakes of old white male characters.
“ Beauty reminds us that we are more than mere matter and that we long for meaning from outside of ourselves- and that is why modernity hates it.” — Dean Abbott
“From the physiological standpoint, everything ugly weakens and depresses man. It reminds him of decay, danger, impotence; he literally loses strength in its presence. His feeling of power, his will to power, his courage and his pride- these things collapse at the sight of what is ugly, and rise at the sight of what is beautiful. Only the most intellectual men have the right to beauty, to the beautiful: only in them is goodness, not weakness.” — Friedrich Nietzsche
“Therefore I say that Love is the most ancient of the Gods, the most honored, and the most powerful in helping men gain virtue and blessedness, whether they are alive or have passed away.” — Plato, Symposium
Of all of the virtues characteristic of Western civilization, none are so subject and susceptible to distortion, desecration and decay as the philosophical concept of Beauty. The postmodern world thoroughly despises and vilifies such an ideal, and instead idolizes the false societal conception of an pseudo-equality, a silhouette of egalitarianism, and a sacrifice of all that is exceptional, superior and immaculate in the vain exaltation of all things that are profane and mundane- the mediocrity of the majority. The idea of Beauty is degenerated into a universally applicable concept, rather than being permitted to preserve its quality, glory, and intrinsically exceptional nature amidst a dark world of typical profanity and mediocrity.
The Origin of Beauty
The totality of philosophical ideals, cultural ambitions, and artistic expressions, are all extensions of spiritual perception; the inherently eternal nature of the conceptions of the human mind formed in contemplative thought all revolve around the principle of eternal struggle, or, the evolutionary impulse to survive within an oppositional world of chaotic, cacophonic disarray. All endeavors within the mind seek to perpetuate the preservation of one’s own people and identity, and this fundamental biological observation is the foundation upon which all spiritual purpose is established. It is upon our base evolutionary impulses, then, that all of morality is consequently established; that which is moral is inseparably intertwined with a natural order, in our perpetual pursuit and struggle for survival and prosperity. By extension, morality is likewise bound to that which is beautiful. The origin of beauty flows from within a spiritual realm, and that which is in the physical perceived to be beautiful is a mere consequence, a symptom, of a divine beauty that descends upon humanity through the invocation of the exceptional.
“The most intellectual men, as the strongest, find their happiness where others meet with their ruin: in the labyrinth, in hardness towards themselves and others, in endeavor; their delight is self-mastery: with them asceticism becomes a second nature, a need, an instinct. They regard a difficult task as their privilege; to play with burdens which crush their fellows is to them a recreation…” — F.N.
To be beautiful, then, is to be superior, triumphant, and victorious, amidst the most formidable of adversities. These successes are always characterized as the inevitable result of those invigorated by vitality, intoxicated upon the Nietzschean art of the struggle, and ignited with fiery drive at the sight of opposition. To bear the task of Beauty is to be a Promethean, and conceive within our spirit the insatiably compelling ambition to create, in a world of mimicry; to not merely appreciate in subtle solemnity the monumental accomplishments of Western Civilization, but to live as breathing proponents of those triumphs; to embrace so passionately that philosophy that one becomes a living invocation of its grandeur; this is the birth of beauty, and beauty culminates in the phenomenon of Love. Hierarchy is indeed a friend of Aphrodite.
Love & Beauty through the eyes of the Ancients
The phenomenon of Love, which Nietzsche accurately describes as “The spiritualization of Sensuality”, is conveyed in its totality throughout the ages and aeons of humanity via religious rite; although the majority of these initiations and festivities were thoroughly sublimated into Christian practice and doctrine, they yet bear the reminiscence of those esoteric rites that have been present from the very foundational formation of Western spiritual philosophy. This is prominently conveyed within the holy day of Saint Valentine, or, the Christianization of the Festival of Lupercalia/the Celebration of Juno Februata. This aged celebration of Antiquity, reminiscent of the ceremonial mythology of Romulus and Remus(the founders of Rome that were nourished by a she-wolf during adolescence), offered an animal sacrifice, usually of a goat, and the subsequent sanctification of the blood thereof to serve as a rite of purification that was a preparatory state for the fertility rituals that immediately followed.
Contrary to the predominant Christian perception of love and eroticism, which insists upon the inherently degenerated connotation of sensual impulse, these ritualistic practices are a form of purification and cleansing in honor of Juno Februata(The Goddess of the fever[febris]), an archetype of the Graeco-Roman Goddess Hera/Juno that is representative of the divine feminine, fertility, and motherhood. The notion of sensuality as being an intrinsically evil, immoral, degraded, decaying institution is a destructive concept originating within Abrahamic thought; it is, rather, an instrument by which a higher spiritual awareness and actualization might be attained, should one conquer his passions and not be overwhelmed by them, as the tragic Orpheus was.
The Archetypes of Love
Numerous instances of divine representatives of the fundamental sensual impulse are present throughout ancient Western civilization, and all are interconnected. The animal sacrifice at the festival of Lupercalia included the use of goatskin as loincloths; this is representative of Pan, a frequent companion of the Goddess Juno Februata and a God representing male fertility, and the primordial evolutionary impulse of sexuality. The celebrations of Lupercalia and the ecstatic festivities that followed in celebration of fertility also draw similarities to the rites of the Maenads, the wild followers of Dionysus(Bacchus) that forged their places of worship within the mountainous regions of Greece, and engaged in intensely euphoric, violently passionate rituals of intoxication and fertility.
Included among these divine incarnations of sensuality are Aphrodite, as conveyed in two different archetypes, Aphrodite Pandemos and Aphrodite Urania, as well as her son, Eros. These two archetypes of the Goddess Venus represent the progression of sensual perception; the first, Aphrodite Pandemos, signifies the base introduction into the realm of sexuality, that being, a purely physical attraction established upon evolutionary instinct, while the higher form of Venus, Aphrodite Urania[Heavenly Aphrodite] is the archetype of spiritual love; Eros, in contrast, is representative of the culmination of the passions created in the union of love and war, creation and destruction, tranquility and chaos.
The Evolution of Love, from the Platonic to the Nietzschean
The manifestation of the Love Archetype is most notably discussed in Plato’s Symposium; the process is thereby described as the phenomenon of the “Ladder of Love”. Diotima describes this process in vivid detail, beginning in the experience of crass physical attraction and developing into a complex spiritual appreciation for love in its entire esoteric connotation. Upon the initial discovery of physical attraction, one begins to experience the appreciation of beauty that is present within physical youth and power; over time, that singular appreciation develops into a comprehension of a greater beauty that permeates throughout one’s people; a commonality of physical idealism upon which they establish their identities. This physical ideal, then, is transcendent; it is a mere manifestation of a higher spiritual beauty, that of the soul; the soul thus yields forth the beauty of society, in her respective laws, and from this, the beauty of the knowledge and wisdom that cultivates civilization. What occurs next, is conception- the birth of beautiful ideas and philosophies within the soul of the individual who has witnessed the sacred beauty of Wisdom. This is, evidently, a spiritual phenomenon that likewise manifests through the conception that results as the final consequence of physical love; the creation of new life.
“The Lover is turned to the great sea of beauty, and, gazing upon this, he gives birth to many gloriously beautiful ideas and theories, in unstinting love of wisdom… the love of the Gods belongs to anyone who has given birth to true virtue and nourished it; and if any human being could become immortal, it would be he…” – Plato
The culmination of life and its divine conception, then, necessitates the defense of life; the primordial aspects of existence, those being, love and war, passion in both affection and hostility, are inherent to beauty, and to life. The timidity of love, and the aggressively protective instincts by which war is waged, are likewise two aspects of the same primordial passion; thus, Eros springs forth, the harbinger of all ambition and fervency of life.
“The spiritualization of sensuality is called love…another triumph is our spiritualization of hostility.” –F.N.
The comprehension of these sacred aspects so inherent to life, of Love, Beauty, and Sexuality, as demonstrated through the lens of ancestral heathen/pagan traditions, is an imperative in rekindling the vibrant fires of the hearth of civilization. When one removes the lens of pseudo-traditionalist dogmas that corrupt the perception of the celebration of intimacy and passion as being an inherently degenerative and degraded element of life, they may perceive civilization as it was crafted by the hands of the ancients; vigorous, vibrant, and fiercely ambitious, embracing all aspects of life as being intrinsically sacred experiences, and fulfilling the will to power.
“What did the Hellene secure for himself with these mysteries? Eternal life, the eternal recurrence of life; the future promised and hallowed in the past; the triumphant Yea to life despite death and change; real life conceived as the collective prolongation of life through procreation, through the mysteries of sexuality.” — F.N.
In the wake of the technological marvels accomplished by the hands of Modernity, modern man has settled into a comfortable complacency and satisfaction with his achievements. Having instilled confidence in the consistently evolving facets of medicinal and agricultural practice as they adopt technological means to increase efficiency, he amuses himself with societal distractions and commodities, content to allow an apparently automated development continue unnoticed. However, this lazy complacency has caused him to drift into a dangerous slumber, oblivious to the increasingly totalitarian, subversive and hazardous practices that have infiltrated the pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. A plethora of newly emerged, formidable threats have crept upon the American populace, that extend far beyond what is currently perceived; virtually every aspect of modern society has become infested with seemingly benevolent trends that, while appearing beneficial or progressive, are effectively hypnotizing, deceiving, infesting, crippling and castrating the population. While the discussion of potentially hazardous chemicals within vaccines, goods for consumption, and other products is often dismissed as a sensationalized conspiracy, the objective realities lurking beneath the surface of the fantastical claim illustrate a legitimately ominous reality.
The primary discussion pertaining to this topic, however, is the aggressive controversy regarding vaccines. As legislation has been passed to reinforce the binding legality of mandatory vaccinations, many have become increasingly suspicious of the chemicals and components within the most popular immunizations. To address this controversy, however, one must first identify what vaccinations actually are. They are defined as Antigens, or, substances that are intentionally introduced in the body to stimulate a defensive response, and thus strengthen immunity. In laymen’s terms, vaccines are weakened viruses and bacteria that are deliberately introduced into the body at a minimum quantity to trigger a protective reaction by the body’s white blood cells, that in turn establish an immunity to the respective virus/bacteria. This foundational understanding necessitates a cautious consideration of the potentially adverse effects of vaccinations, particularly regarding infants, who possess a greater susceptibility to disease.
As previously mentioned, the potentially hazardous substance, aluminum, is present within a variety of vaccinations, most notably in the Hepatitis B Recombivax, Hepatitis A and B Twinrix, and Hep A Vaqta, used to prevent liver infections; HPV Cerverix and HPV Gardasi, Japanese Encephalitis Ixiaro, Pneumococcal Prevnar and Pneumococcal Prevnar 13, Td Decavac, Tdap Boostrix, and Tdap Adacel; coincidentally, the Hepatitis vaccine is the first vaccine that is administered to an infant immediately after birth, with a second dose being given between the first and second month- aluminum, then, becomes one of the first substances that is introduced to a child’s immune system after birth.
In addition to aluminum, another harmful substance frequently found in vaccinations is formaldehyde, most commonly known as the preservative used in mortuaries, as well as being considered a germicide. Research originating back to 1980 suggests the potentiality of the substance being considered a carcinogen after animal testing yielded the development of nasal cancer as a result of exposure; that hypothesis was then solidified in 2011, when the National Toxicology program officially classified formaldehyde as a known carcinogen. Similarly to aluminum, formaldehyde is also found in numerous vaccinations, including Hep B Recombivax, Influenza Agriflu, Fluarix, Flulaval, Fluzone, IVP Ipol, Japanese Encephalitis JE-Vax, Japanese Encephalitis Ixiaro, Meningococcal Menactra, and Meningococcal Menveo.
Another particularly questionable, prominent ingredient within many vaccines are various strands of animal protein and tissue; notably, Chicken protein(Rabies RabAvert) Chick kidney cells(Influenza FluMist), Mouse protein(Japanese Encephalitis (JE-Vax), bovine(cow) albumin (DTap Infanrix Tripedia, DTaP/Hib (TriHIBit) Pneumococcal Pneumovax), insect cell protein(HPV Cerverix), and, more disturbingly, the kidney tissue of primates(DTaP-IPV kinrix, DTaP-HepB-IPV pediarix, IPV Ipol, Vaccinia (ACAM2000). The introduction of foreign animal proteins directly into the bloodstream presents a potentially dangerous possibility for the body’s immune system to develop an inability to differentiate between native and foreign tissues, and thus develop an auto-immune disease; this is notably demonstrated in the FDA’s discussion of the potentiality of the transmission of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, or, Mad Cow disease, in human beings. In human beings, this disease is diagnostically similar to Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease, a severe neurological disease characterized by the rapid degradation of mental function and increasingly severe impairment resulting in personality changes, dementia, and fatality.
All of these substances that are frequently utilized within vaccinations necessitate a cautious, observant assessment of the consequential results of these compounds, in determining whether the benefits substantially outweigh the potentially hazardous consequences. Irrespective of whether an individual enthusiastically supports mandatory immunization, or demonstrates an exceptional skepticism of them in general, the objective need in analyzing the consequences, both deliberate and incidental, that result from these ingredients, remains consistent.
The logical conclusion, then, is that the rapidly declining European population is at an intrinsic evolutionary disadvantage in comparison to demographics, namely Africans, that are demonstrating a drastic population increase. But the nature of the abrupt impairment that is plaguing European, American and Australian fertility rates is a curious one; the consistently decreasing statistical trend that illustrates no sign of shifting in course is assuredly not a spontaneous occurrence. Along with the steadily decreasing European population and poor fertility rate is an abnormal increase in behaviors atypical to men, namely, prominently effeminate behaviors and mannerisms.
Within the last decade, the political landscape, particularly within the United States, has shifted drastically. Along with a newly developed social justice movement has come a vitalized advocacy for the LGBT community. Although the presence of homosexuals has been documented throughout history, including within ancient Western civilizations, the unprecedented rise of not only homosexuality, but also the phenomenon of transgenderism, and effeminate characteristics among men, illustrates a peculiar societal trend that can in no logical sense be considered a coincidence, when observed in close detail.
An estimated 0.6% of the American population identifies as transgender; although that percentage seems microscopic, it comprises 1.4 million individuals, or 1 in every 250 adults, who claim to psychologically identify as the opposite sex, or, in some cases, perceive themselves as being completely detached from the entire concept of biological gender. This is twice the estimated percentage of transgenders that was established in a 2011 study. Statistical data indicates a high correlation between mental instability and transgender identification; 41% of respondents in a survey by the U.S. National Library of Medicine indicated that they have attempted suicide at least once; transgenders are likewise four times more likely to contract HIV. The normalization of this phenomenon, despite the intrinsically detrimental implications to physical and psychological health, has become so extensively normalized that Washington State now permits the “non-binary gender X” as an option on birth certificates, and removes the previous requirement for transgender individuals to obtain medical approval from their primary physician in order to legally change their designated gender. Likewise, the increase of STDs, which is also correlated to male homosexuality, has become increasingly prominent; in 2017 alone a record high of 2,295,739 cases were reported, and homosexual men accounted for 68% of those total cases, notably regarding Syphilis. There was also an astounding 44% increase in infants contracting the disease. The notion that these phenomena which are directly correlated to suicidal tendencies and a high percentage of sexually transmitted diseases should become normalized is spectacularly absurd, and even ominous; this also brings into question how such an abnormally rapid development could be considered so casual, and what could instigate it.
The most disturbing aspect of the increasingly prominent effeminate element within Western men, however, is the introduction of children into the realm of sexuality; explicitly pedophilic groups like NAMBLA(North American Man-Boy Love Association) have created the subtle suggestion that this is a societally progressive normality that need be accepted. This is most notably illustrated in the controversy revolving around Desmond Napoles, an 11 year old proclaimed homosexual advocate and drag queen, who has posed with a naked adult male drag queen, and been involved in podcasts in which he imitates inhaling ketamine. As illustrated by this example, the quality of adolescent mental health is likewise steadily declining; approximately 14–20% of adolescents were diagnosed with a mental illness, as of 2009; 1 in 59 children have been identified with Autism as of 2014– double the prevalence discovered in 2000, when that statistic was 1 in 150.
Substantial empirical evidence suggests that these recently developed, disturbing societal tendencies are potentially being reinforced, whether incidentally, or deliberately, with suspiciously coincidental chemical engineering. The most credited theory regarding the decrease in testosterone and the development of an abnormal effeminate presence in men is attributed to Atrazine, the second most popularly used herbicide in the United States. An estimated 80 billion pounds are sprayed throughout the country annually, and it is considered the most common contaminant of rainwater, to such an extensive degree that more than 500,000 pounds are precipitated via rainfall each year. Most notably, the herbicide affects amphibians and other aquatic species, but the effects also extend to birds and reptiles. The most alarming discovery pertaining to this chemical is its intrinsic capacity to chemically castrate, and drastically alter, the reproductive organs of African clawed frogs. 10% of the affected males developed into functioning female frogs, while the remaining majority experienced a drastic decrease in testosterone and interrupted mating capacity; the tremendously potent endocrine agitator creates tremendous altercations in hormone activity, and for this reason is dangerous to human development. The widespread application of the substance, then, raises substantial reason for concern.
Nightmare bacteria, the new face of disease
An increasingly prominent overprescription of opioid medications has presented a continual problem in the United States; in 2015, more than 1 in 3 used a prescription opioid, and out of 92 million people using prescribed medications like Percocet and OxyContin, an estimated 11.5 million misused those drugs that were obtained through illicit methods. Opioids present a particular danger to developing fetuses; mothers prescribed opioids immediately before pregnancy are 2.5x more likely to give birth to an autistic child. Drug overdose fatality rates rose 21.5%, and deaths resulting from synthetic opioids doubled in 2015–2016 alone. In addition to these problems, however, a new formidable threat has emerged: the development of a new strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, referred to as “Nightmare Bacteria”, now poses an increasingly severe threat to the American populace. The over-prescription of powerful opioid medications, the incompletion of a full dosage of needed antibiotics, and the inaccurate diagnosis of illnesses, have all contributed to this phenomenon. An estimated 23,000 people die annually as a result of an infection characterized by antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and the presence of these bacterial strains have expanded from one state in 2001, to 40+ by 2013.
11% of screening tests of average Americans, with no perceived physical ailments or symptoms, yielded results of a presence of antibiotic-resistant germs, and a total of 221 different resistant strains have been discovered thus far. The gradual, subtle introduction of increasingly potent chemicals and compounds within not only commonplace household materials and food goods, but also within immunizations and vital aquatic resources, has cultivated an unprecedented, calculative attack upon the European and American populations; whether or not one agrees that this is a deliberate phenomenon, the objective reality remains that what is occurring is creating damage that, left unobstructed, will cause irreparable damage.
Addressing a cultural plague
The culmination of all of these dangerous trends are effectively deceiving, diluting, weakening, hypnotizing and castrating European and American society. The objective observations of these statistical occurrences indicate a sinisterly orchestrated endeavor to destroy any coherent white civilization, and degrade culturally wealthy, homogeneous and unified societies into incoherent, multicultural and totalitarian ones plagued by political corruption, increased crime, rampant degeneracy and the destruction of national identity. The nation is, by origin, an extended development of the demographical identity; thus, the disintegration of fertility rates, the incapacitation of masculinity and testosterone, the deliberate introduction of chemicals that obstruct neurological development, and the discouragement of reproduction, all serve as effective methods to castrate a population, and render it indefensible to the invasion of foreign demographics, cultures and ideologies. It is no coincidence that the foreign populations that are experiencing rapid population development are gaining unprecedented cultural and political influence in predominantly European countries; the conflict in which we are currently engaged is not merely an ideological or cultural one, but, on a fundamental level, a biological one.
This exhaustive compilation of information is an objective, empirically reinforced reality. No declaration illustrated here is established upon obscure sensationalism, or ambiguous conspiracy; the biological warfare being waged upon Europeans by their own increasingly totalitarian governments is an authentic reality, and elaborates upon the correlation between the debilitation of white populations and the expansion of liberal, globalist philosophies. This phenomenon is, objectively, deliberate cultural conditioning and chemical castration. The acknowledgement of this issue is the first imperative in standing in opposition to a globalist, universalist agenda, and only through that awareness is there any feasible possibility of restoring European civilization to her original splendor, fertility, and cultural authority, and preserving her philosophical values of liberty, autonomy, and identity.
The topic of Race is an enormously controversial one, in the modern political world. Many refuse to acknowledge its existence, while others argue that it is the primary determinant in who we are as a people and a nation. Despite this latter opinion being present in various political ideologies, the ability to discuss, in courtesy, mutual respect and civility, the topic of race, is a practically insurmountable task to accomplish. Emotional accusations of racism and white supremacy abound, making territory for constructive discussion impossible regarding this controversial topic. Still, for many centrists, moderates, and others on the Right wing, there is present a hesitancy to address this issue, due to a lack of clear understanding on the topic.
Is race an objective
reality, or a politically-conceived ghost? The most efficient method of
discussing this topic is through objective empirical observation, and
scientific fact. Included in this essay are the simple biological realities of
the inflammatory topic of Race.
In terms of
physics, the second law of thermodynamics illustrates the tendency of organisms
and complete, complex systems to degrade, decay and degenerate over time, in a
phenomenon called entropy. In philosophical observations, this process might also
be observed in societal tendencies, E.G. the eventual collapse of prominent
civilizations, like the fall of Rome and Greece. The inherent, instinctual
response to entropy is to develop immunities to environmental susceptibilities,
to delay the phenomenon, increase the quality of life, and secure prosperity
for future generations. Actions contrary to this endeavor are internally
destructive and counter productive to the preservation of organisms(from a
biological perspective) and to the protection of societies(from a sociological
scientific observation to a political perspective grants us the ability to
objectively observe the inherent detriments of one particular ideology- that of
multiculturalism. The integration of a foreign group into a native population,
and the subsequent invasion that occurs thereafter, results in the inevitable
destruction of the native species.
One example of
this is the proliferation of the Snakehead fish within the United States,
originally indigenous to numerous countries in Africa and Asia. This monstrous
fish deemed the title “Frankenfish” due to both its tendency to grow up to 18
lbs and 3 feet long, as well as its abnormal evolutionary ability to walk on
terrestrial landscapes, is now considered an injurious species as it has
infested the Potomac river with an estimated 22,000 organisms spanning 120
miles. A crucial detail to note is that the species were originally introduced
legally; the introduction of the species into new habitats in the U.S. wasn’t prohibited
until the problem had already become prominent, and biologists currently
struggle to contain it.
In biology, this
is an invasive species.
similar sociological invasions are what caused great empires to fall, like the
Roman Empire did to consistent Germanic invasion.
it’s considered multiculturalism- and if you oppose it, you’re an inherently
evil, bigoted racist, in the eyes of the left.
To the liberal,
the notion of “equality” is the acceptance of a sociological eutrophication. In
biology, this process is defined by an eventual degeneration of a habitat due
to the overproduction of organic matter. In terms of society, we could consider
this overpopulation, hence the unsustainable reproductive rate of many
particularly destitute countries in Africa and the Middle East, like Nigeria
and Yemen. The liberal solution? Accept unprecedented quantities of immigrants
from uncivilized countries with a lack of basic healthcare, sanitation, and
governmental structure, into major civilized and industrialized countries.
impoverished and destitute countries are, coincidentally, the ones with the
highest reproductive rate.
But what is the
result of this liberal “solution”? In biology, such a phenomenon creates large
dead zones, incapable of sustaining life. In politics, such hazardous areas are
synonymous with “No-Go zones”, or previously civilized areas now destabilized
by rambunctious aliens that have driven away residents. The occurrence is now
so frequent in areas plagued by immigrants that apps have been designed to warn
citizens of areas that are unsafe due to violence and crime. Users receive
notifications whenever an occurrence of assault, theft, sexual harassment or
The development of
modern medication, vaccinations, sanitation, healthcare and general
civilization are all methods developed to effectively hinder the process of
entropy, and has thus differentiated major industrialized countries from
destitute countries with a lack of resources. This drastic observation between
major industrialized and educated nations, and impoverished, anarchic countries
entrapped within destitute conditions, illustrates the difference between
citizens of the most probable intellectual aptitude, and others who lack self
sufficiency for even the most basic necessities, let alone the societal
luxuries of industrialization and education.
The process by
which organisms of the same species are geographically separated and thus
develop genetic and behavioral differences respective to their habitats, or
Allopatric Speciation, is also an explanation for the drastic differences in
terms of the cultural, behavioral, and intellectual variations between
civilized, industrialized nations and destitute ones. Demographics
demonstrating these evident differences are best maintained separately from one
another- ironically, this is the literal definition of “diversity”; however,
the liberal definition of diversity is entirely different- it is actually the
destruction of demographics by forcing them to assimilate under the guise of
facts are the established foundation for the biological reality of race. Racial
realism, or, the belief that homo-sapiens can be classified according to racial
demographic, is a controversial, albeit factual, concept. Irrespective of how
it may be passionately denied, the distinct differentiation between races may
be observed in any objective inquiry into natural processes, through
differences in Intelligence Quotient, crime statistics, poverty, lack of modern
industrialization, Fertility and mortality rate, et cetera. Equality, from a
purely empirical perspective, is not a spontaneous creation of nature; it is a
fictitiously fabricated ideal of human consciousness and a perspective of
established false societal morality. Man is, for all intents and purposes, a
deified-animal: he is a superior creation that has developed over innumerable
trials of environmental adaptation and enhancement. He is god-like in his depiction
of divine forces being reminiscent of himself; his depiction of the Gods are a
macrocosm of what he himself embodies in nature, in relation to other species.
Nature has no consideration of the individuals within a species, but emphasizes
the preservation of the majority. This truth is inherently difficult to
reconcile with the idealistic Constitutional principles upon which our country
was established, but it is one that must be discussed and thoroughly understood
before it may be cooperative with philosophically idealistic efforts of equal
like all biological organisms, are subject to the same laws of nature implicit
in the preservation of the most efficient members of a species, that being
natural selection; consequently, like every other species, humans experience
divergence between racial demographics to increase competition for resources by Allopatric
Speciation, or the phenomenon in which species develop genetic differences due
to geographical separation. Therefore, irrefutable
differences in racial demographics that are native to different continents are
present. This is also reinforced through anthropological evidence demonstrating
skeletal differences by race. Other factors illustrate the differences between
racial demographics as well, including IQ, mortality rate, poverty,
Asians possess the highest statistical IQ average, at 105+, while Africans
possess the lowest statistical IQ average at 65 or less.
including poverty, industrialization, fertility and mortality rates also
illustrate the drastic differences in racial demographic.
We see the
phenomenon of natural selection in motion through the frequency of disease and
mortality in underdeveloped countries; this is essentially an evolutionary
response to contain an imploding population in unsustainable conditions.
However, even in attempted
multicultural and integrated societies, some demographics possess a greater
disproportionate probability of violence, poverty, drug usage, arrest and
mortality. This suggests an internal mechanism that creates a deviation from
normal behavior. The unfortunate state of the human condition is evident in our
inferiority to the laws of nature. It is, therefore, undeniable that distinct
genetic, behavioral, and physiological characteristics allow us to be
categorized accordingly. These categorizations, in turn, make perfectly logical
arguments for defending the interests of our respective racial groups.
topic of Race, while inflamed with controversy and emotional sensitivity, can
only be constructively discussed within the context of objective fact, free of
bias and political rhetoric. It is, scientifically, a reality, and any
realistic political ideology need establish itself according to our natural
world, in acknowledgement and appreciation of its reality and whole truth.
Read Time: 3minutesIn the History of Popular Music ( MUSA 266 ) class I am currently taking, this assignment was given to me. The assignment was to compare and contrast the Beatles career to that of the Rolling Stones. I was to pick which style of music I preferred, and which career I liked better and why. I am going to share with you, why I chose the Beatles.
According to Charlton, Katherine. Rock Music Styles: A History. e ed., vol. 7, McGraw-Hill Education, 2015., both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones were inspired by Buddy Holly, but that’s is about where the musical influences end. Where the Beatles look and musical styling were more polished, the Rolling Stones were more rebellious. They were both part of the British Invasion that came to America. The Rolling Stones has a heavy blues and rhythm-and-blues sound ingrained into their foundation, sounding more like “Bo Diddly than Buddy Holly.”
The Rolling Stones have some incredible music I am a fan of. I do enjoy some good anthems occasionally. I am a huge fan of the blues, so you would think I would prefer them over the Beatles, but I do not. The Beatles began their career a lot differently than how they ended it. If they stayed the same clean-cut look and formula to their music, then I would have easily chosen The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones ironically enough, became more rigid and stuck to their particular formula in the end, than the Beatles. The Beatles began off with a rather rigid beginning, and eventually broke free into more experimental eras of their career. I am a huge fan of this era of the Beatles. They took a lot of chances. I have a lot of respect for how the Rolling Stones are still going strong today, and who knows? Maybe if Lennon wasn’t shot, they could have continued to perform up until around 2001 when we lost George Harrison to lung cancer. We will never really know, because at that time, Lennon had some issues with Paul McCartney on the direction of the band. Lennon wound up leaving the Beatles to make music his wife, Yoko Ono. Together they had a son named Sean Lennon, who I am a fan of musically today. Maybe they would have worked out their differences and we could have still got more Beatles music as time went on. Sadly, it is just a thought. Even with his life taken too soon, we still have an amazing library of music from them as a group, and their subsequent solo work.
What Mick Jagger and Keith Richard have done to maintain stability over all of these years and keep it together to still sell out stadiums to this day? Is nothing short of incredible. I have the utmost respect for them, and I love their music. I am not trying to diminish any of their work, and how they have influenced so many. I just feel the Beatles did more for music structurally. They were a great band to begin with and sold to a specific group of people. As they grew, they began to expand their consciousness through mind-altering substances which in-turn expanded their own music to new genres and heights of which we didn’t expect. Next, they began to speak out on civil rights issues, as they were extremely anti-war. Then, the “free agent” period of them splitting up and going solo, created even more broad of a spectrum of musical styles.
I have no doubt that if Lennon wasn’t murdered, we could have seen a reunion of these friends and even a later in life album from them. We will never know what this would have sounded like. To take the immortal words of John Lennon himself, “imagine” a world in which he lived. I imagine it would have enveloped even more musical styles which could have ventured into hip-hop and other modern genres. The Beatles broke down barriers in ways that transcend words.
Read Time: 3minutesWhat makes a song “good”? There are many variables at play here. Ultimately this answer is subjective, but a truly great song can transcend time and cultures being loved by many. I will now go through a few of the reasons I personally feel make a song stand above the rest.
Most people these days would probably first say, rhythm is the largest key to a good song. While I do agree that rhythm can make you move to a song, not all songs that make you want to dance are good. I personally enjoy a song that has a unique structure to its rhythm. If it changes the beat, or is just slightly off rhythm, then I sometimes find these songs can be more interesting. You tend to pay more attention to the rhythm if it does change-up and is unusual.
Lyrics are probably another giant favorite of most people. While I concede that great poetry or storytelling spoken or sung over a piece of music can add to the experience, I still do not personally believe this is the biggest factor to making a song good.
The biggest elements I find that help define what is a good song, are the combination of dynamics, range, harmony, texture, and the form of the composition. It is somewhere in the mixture of these elements that you find an unquantifiable recipe. Many great classical pieces of music could be broken down to a pure mathematical equation and find patterns that are common. This alone isn’t the source. It is the art of mixing these elements and taking the traditional structure of a song and whirling it together into one pot. If we could truly quantify what is a good song, then a basic computer’s artificial intelligence could produce one easily. Many soundboards, keyboards, samplers, beat machines, etc. can already make simple beats. These simple formulaic mathematical beats of rhythm aren’t yet good music alone. It takes a good producer to take these samples and mix them into what can become a good song.
In conclusion, there will never be a simple answer to this question. It ultimately is subjective to one’s personal preferences. Although, there tends to be consensus with most musicians and fans of music when it comes to certain classics. No one song will be loved by everyone, but various songs can have a much larger following and stand the test of time. Opera and classical music both have long histories, but they still speak to many of our souls today. There is a feeling when a good song takes over you. There is an experience, one that sits with you for a long time. I will end on one such story I personally experienced.
I love most types of music including the aforementioned classical and opera, but let’s go back to my teenage years. I was trying some herbal enhancers for one of the first times. I took it from my dad’s drawer because he was gone. I put on his Led Zeppelin II album on vinyl on to the turntable and listened to this album for the first time ever. The entire album was amazing. With my mind state I was completely zoned into the music listening to every tiny crevice and pocket of sound and silence within. When the song “Moby Dick” came on, I nearly lost my mind. I thought that I was so inebriated that my mind was breaking down the music so hard, that I was the one doing the drum solo in my head. I couldn’t believe this was really happening. The music builds back up and suddenly the rest of the band kicks back in. I finished the album, and immediately put it right back on again. I had to listen to the whole album again. When I got back to “Moby Dick”, I was in utter shock, that what I heard had nothing to do with intoxicant. The song was just the same. My brain wasn’t breaking anything down. The song is so magnificently power and intoxicating, that I was hypnotized. At first listen, I rationalized that it must have been what I smoked. It was not. It possibly increased the intensity of the effect that song had on me, but the credit of that experience goes completely to John Bonham and Led Zeppelin.