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  1. I've updated the Roger Scruton thread with a post about the potent force... https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/23037-roger-scruton/&do=findComment&comment=377445
  2. Parsifal, The Jungle Book and the transition from the age of Pisces to the age of Aquarius As with Fool characters in general, Parsifal also shares characteristics with Mowgli, the wild Indian boy from Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book" stories (1894), about a boy who's brought up by a pack wolves in the jungle. Parsifal was also a wild boy brought up away from civilisation and the world of men. In Mowgli's many adventures, he encounters King Louie, "the king of the swingers", and "the jungle VIP". He's an orangutan and leader of the jungle's primates. King Louie didn't feature in Rudyard Kipling's original stories, but he did in Walt Disney's 1967 cartoon animation, and in the more recent 2016 live adaptation. In the two films, Louie guards an ancient temple in the jungle - a metaphor for astral reality coinciding with human society. Desiring knowledge, King Louie kidnaps Mowgli. He wants knowledge of the "red fire", also referred to as the "red flower", the spirit that animates Mowgli. In the Disney film, he sings: Now don't try to kid me, mancub I'll make a deal with you What I desire is man's red fire To make my dream come true Now, give me the secret, mancub Come on, clue me what to do Give me the power of man's red flower So I can be like you The more recent 2016 live adaptation version of the film gives more details... King Louie offers Mowgli protection from the man-eating tiger, Shere Khan, in return for the secret of making the "red fire", which he and his fellow primates plan to use in order to take over the jungle. In a scene surprisingly similar to the Devil's temptation of Christ, King Louie says: We're on level ground here. I'm in charge. And I've got a plan. You are a man-cub who wants to live in the jungle. Mowgli: How do you know that? King Louie: Kid... I got ears. My ears got ears. You wanna live here? You need a people to protect you. Only I can protect you... And I will, for a price. Mowgli: I don't have anything to give you. King Louie: I think you do. What? Look around, man-cub. I got everything. I have plentiful food... Endless treasure... Command vast legions. But there's one thing I don't have... And that's the one thing... You can give me. The red flower. Mowgli: I don't have that! King Louie: You're a man, aren't you? That's what makes you a man. You can summon the red flower... And control it. They told me not to go near the red flower. You know why they say that? Because once you have it, you rise to the top of the food chain. Nothing in this jungle can stand up... To the red flower. Mowgli: Please, I just wanna go. King Louie: Now, don't try to kid me, man-cub I'll make a deal with you what I desire is man's red fire to make my dream come true now give me the secret, man-cub come on! Mowgli's natural intelligence and physical skills, are valuable to all the jungle animals. Those that respect and altruistically protect Mowgli even gain human-like qualities. In the Jungle Book, Mowgli is a "new" Christ figure. He represents what potentially any person could be, if that person were 'hot'. Another telling of the story appears in the 1942 Technicolor action-adventure film version of "The Jungle Book", directed by Zoltan Korda. In this film, Shere Khan is portrayed as Cain, who as described in the book of Genesis, killed his brother, Able. In the introduction to the film, the narrator describes Shere Khan: "The Tiger - the killer the man eater, the villain who first brought murder to the jungle clan - Shere Khan. It's said that in his first kill, when he was Cain to some poor Able of the glades, when he ran from the scene of his crime, the trees and creepers whipped him with their branches and striped his yellow hide with the mark of Cain. This evil lord must have his dish-lickers his bullies for attendants; the jackal and the hyena, hungry for the scraps of the murderous master's feast." (from the 1942 version of "The Jungle Book", directed by Zoltan Korda) Max Heindel, an American occultist, astrologer, mystic and Rosicrucian, wrote that Freemasonry originated with Cain, who was "the son of a widow". He wrote, "They have lost their spiritual sight and are imprisoned in the forehead of the body where it is said Cain was marked; they must wander as prodigal sons in the comparative darkness of the material world, oblivious to their high and noble estate..." At the end of the Disney story, the jungle is severely damaged by a fire. Mowgli is confronted by Shere Khan, but Mowgli sets fire to his tail. Shere Khan, terrified of fire, runs away. Baloo and Bagheera take Mowgli to the edge of the Man-Village, but Mowgli is hesitant to enter. Mowgli, however, quickly changes his mind when he sees a beautiful young girl approaching alongside the river, to fetch water. Accidentally dropping a water pot, Mowgli picks it up for her and follows her into the Man-Village to be with his own kind. The final scene of Disney's "The Jungle Book" is similar to a scene described in the New Testament, in which Jesus instructs Peter and John to "go and prepare for us to eat the Passover". Jesus tells them to find a room for the meal by following a man carrying a jug of water... "As you enter the city, a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him to the house that he enters." (Luke 22:8-10) In Matthew 28:20 it states "Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age". What's being talked about is the "End of the Age", the end of the age of "Pisces", and the beginning of the age of Aquarius. The symbol for the age of Aquarius is the "Water-bearer".
  3. I've never said anything that's anti-white, and I've never harboured anti-white attitudes. I haven't denied saying you dislike Jewish culture, but you can't deny stating that I'm anti-white. I've said "precious whites", but that wasn't against all whites. I'm sure there are precious blacks too. Nice try, but there's nothing prejudiced in my attitude there!
  4. How many times have you falsely accused me of being anti-white? I'd like an apology for that, thanks.
  5. I understand what you're saying, but animals don't measure time like we do. They don't say to themselves this or that happened at such or such a time, an that such or such a date, in this or that year. It's just a living memory. It's only human brains that measure out time and have calendars and diaries, otherwise we wouldn't know how many days, weeks or years ago we did something. Without recording it, we'd forget and it'd only be a memory.
  6. No it's not extreme to want mass immigration to stop. Do you believe there's no such thing as the extreme right wing?
  7. Transforming consciousness has to start from within. The music drama, Parsifal, is about demonstrating good to overcome evil.
  8. The Grail is a portal between the physical dimension and the Divine. That's what the work is about. I said I was exploring the role. I could be wrong, but I feel a calling to explore the possibility. So the 14 words, for example, very popular words on the far right, aren't about skin colour? You said -: "i have a far more compassionate view then you" That was in reply to: "people appear to blame "the Jews" or refer to immigrants like animals, or deny that racism exists against black people..." Do you have compassion for people like Jason Köhne, who's says, "we're going to have to make efforts to recoup what has been lost by way of war"? I ask because people like Jason Köhne are being promoted by people who use extreme language, which you try to defend by saying you're being "more compassionate". They're undoing any positive work you're trying to achieve. You seem torn between moderation and extremism.
  9. Of course it's extremist but by becoming extreme in retaliation runs the risk of becoming what you hate, which is why a lot of people regard the extreme left with the same suspicion as the extreme right.
  10. Just need to clarify, the difference between term "The Great Work", as used by Freemason Albert Pike and the its use in science to drive the transhumanist agenda, and the common use of the term in Alchemy, that is to say of turning lead into gold as a metaphor for turning lower consciousness into higher consciousness, which is the essence of Christian belief that's in the service of Jesus Christ.
  11. I can't say what you should say. I'm just commenting that it's brain that creates the past, present and future aspects of time. If the brain isn't involved, then time is what it is, which is infinite, having no beginning, end or middle. All is one.
  12. You asked me my views about the future. I was just presenting general things from the Bible. What I presented was noting to do with Parsifal, but regarding Wagner's drama, the return of the Holy Spear to the Grail opens a way to Jesus Christ. It's drama does not say Parsifal is the redeemer, it says that Jesus Christ is the Redeemer. What will put people off from taking you seriously is making it about skin colour. You have a far more patronising view, that's for sure!
  13. Then you have to win them over to your side of thinking, but it won't be done using extremist language.
  14. There's nothing in the work of Wagner where Parsifal choses anyone, and I've never said Parsifal is about judging anyone... it's definitely not. It's not just white people being replaced, it's anyone one who wants to retain their humanity they want to replace. I'm all for stopping mass immigration so it can't be used as a weapon, but at the same time, I care about how the problem is tackled, and when people appear to blame "the Jews" or refer to immigrants like animals, or deny that racism exists against black people, then yes, I will highlight the problems with those arguments because it puts those trying to stop the cabal in a very bad light.
  15. No, I've been saying mass immigration should be stopped since the 1980's.
  16. It's not a question of "interpretation". It's what the text says if you read the context. Isaiah is reporting what God said as per the text. I personally don't care where people come from. It was you who started talking about natives. Which is why we need Divine intervention. Yes, I do argue against Antifa and BLM too. The extreme left and right are different sides of the same coin, IMO.
  17. It doesn't help when people on your side refer to immigrants in really derogatory terms. A lot of that kind of talk only feeds the divide and conquer agenda of the cabal.
  18. No, it wasn't according to me. It's according to what it states in the Bible. I'm just question what it means to be actually native. I don't take part in or vote for the political system, but like I said, I think stopping mass immigration is a good idea, but I disagree with sending the immigrants back and referring to immigrants in derogatory terms. There you go using very emotive language, like "a despised minority" that puts a lot of people off. Language like that will only divide rather than heal. As I said above, I'm not against stopping mass immigration. Everyone wants to feel safe and secure in the country that they live in.
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