Jump to content

RobSS

Members
  • Posts

    3,430
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Everything posted by RobSS

  1. I agree. It's wrong to force tolerance. I believe people should be able to say what they want to say but that they should be prepared to back up what they say, or to be questioned about what they believe. I first posted against political correctness back in 2007, and highlighted then how it would be used to bring about the opposite of what it was claimed it would achieved. We should not all be forced into thinking the same, into some kind of manufactured unity. C. S. Lewis summed it up very well: Even on the biological level life is not like a pool but like a tree. It does not move towards unity but away from it and the creatures grow further apart as they increase in perfection. Good, as it ripens, becomes continually more different not only from evil but from other good. I do not think that all who choose wrong roads perish; but their rescue consists in being put back on the right road. A wrong sum can be put right: but only by going back till you find the error and working it afresh from that point, never by simply going on. Evil can be undone, but it cannot "develop" into good. Time does not heal it. The spell must be unwound, bit by bit, "with backward mutters of dissevering power"-or else not. It is still "either-or." If we insist on keeping Hell (or even earth) we shall not see Heaven: if we accept Heaven we shall not be able to retain even the smallest and most intimate souvenirs of Hell. I believe, to be sure, that any man who reaches Heaven will find that what he abandoned (even in plucking out his right eye) was precisely nothing: that the kernel of what he was really seeking even in his most depraved wishes will be there, beyond expectation, waiting for him in "the High Countries".
  2. I haven't dismissed the consciousness of animals. I just suggested they may see time in a different way by only living in the moment, which is something that's more challenging for humans. I said that living in the moment, in the now, is what can give animals a lot of their charm. I've never said humans are special. I said humans with overdeveloped intellects have more difficulty appreciating the unity and wholeness of time, which again is why I quoted Schopenhauer: "The brain may be regarded as a kind of parasite of the organism, a pensioner, as it were, who dwells with the body."
  3. Matter has been around long before man arrived, but it's only when man appeared on the scene with his over-developed intellect that the "book" appeared fragmented.
  4. There's always a Joker in the pack... Anthony Newley - The Joker (1965)
  5. Harry Secombe as Mr. Bumble (1968)
  6. I never think about it in terms of a 'great work'. That's a brotherhood term. When Parsifal meets Gurnemanz for the first time, after many years of wandering, one of the first words Gurnemanz says, even before he recognises Parsifal, is that he's not one of the brothers: "Who approaches the holy spring in the dark armour of a warrior? It is not one of the brothers!" One of the things I've been getting to grips with for a few years now is the realisation that if it's ever possible to leave, it may be necessary to abandon all hope. It's a paradox, but without hope, you have to come to terms with what's happening in the moment, in the "now". "Hope" implies that one is not in the moment. "Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch'entrate." I don't "hope" for anything any more. I don't even know if I'm looking forwards to it. It may be a question of having to find the courage to walk through fire. I don't know. I don't even know if I'm crazy. I could be in an asylum waiting for the white coats to arrive... to be dragged off to the NWO detention camps.
  7. I'll reply to the other point anon... Orpheus left Eurydice behind but she was his soul and his life. Without her, he was torn to pieces in a Bacchic orgy. Even Kundry said to Parsifal she could raise him to godhead, if he spent an hour having sex with her. An hour of carnal ecstasy, but what a heavy price to pay for the soul. Parsifal: For eternity would you be damned with me if I were to forget my mission and spend one hour in your embrace! I was sent here also for your salvation, for which you must abandon your desires. The balm that will end your suffering does not flow from their source; salvation can never be granted you until it has been sealed. There is another salvation - a different one - for which I saw the brothers longing in their despair, in utmost distress, scourging and mortifying their flesh. But who can see clearly and brightly the only fixed fount of salvation? Oh misery, that prevents deliverance! Oh, benighted madness of the world: that while seeking for salvation, thirsts for the fountain of damnation! Kundry: So was it my kiss that gave you world-perception? Then the full embrace of my loving surely will raise you to godhead! Redeem the world, if that's your mission; let me make you a god, for just an hour, rather than leave me to eternal damnation, my wound never to be healed! https://www.britannica.com/topic/Orpheus-Greek-mythology "Orpheus himself was later killed by the women of Thrace. The motive and manner of his death vary in different accounts, but the earliest known, that of Aeschylus, says that they were Maenads urged by Dionysus to tear him to pieces in a Bacchic orgy because he preferred the worship of the rival god Apollo. His head, still singing, with his lyre, floated to Lesbos, where an oracle of Orpheus was established. The head prophesied until the oracle became more famous than that of Apollo at Delphi, at which time Apollo himself bade the Orphic oracle stop. The dismembered limbs of Orpheus were gathered up and buried by the Muses. His lyre they had placed in the heavens as a constellation."
  8. I forgot to address this question. The Great Work involves using science to harness the power of the Holy Spirit. Adepts like Albert Pike were clear about that, but I'm not interested in transhumanism, so I'm not prepared to collaborate with that.
  9. Did you really once believe everyone should be brown? I'm not disbelieving you, but in all my life, I've never ever come across anyone who's openly said that to me, and I certainly have never come across that belief anywhere in the media. I'm not saying such things have never been said, but these days, especially, nothing surprises me, as we really are living in the apocalypse and everything that is, simply is, so it would be surprising if any belief is left out. I can't deny I was drawn into the hidden world. I can't even deny having once being in hell, though at the time, I was in too much shock to admit it, but that was many years ago. Now, I'm between polarities and am using music keep negative spirits from Hades charmed and at bay, a bit like Orpheus. Orpheus never made it though, as he got pulled back after he turning round. Out of all the mythological characters, Parsifal is one who makes it clear, but that certainly isn't the reality at the moment. Everything is unchartered territory at the moment.
  10. Thank you. I wrapped up a lot of my research many years ago because I wasn't coming across anything new, but I still post quintessential insights scattered around the forum, some of which are in the Roger Scruton thread and in other posts I carefully linked to from that thread, the most significant being the preceding two posts to this post: https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/23037-roger-scruton/&do=findComment&comment=375597 Apart from that, I now put most of my energy into manifesting what I've come to understand through music, to make it a reality and not just idle talk: https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/24670-being-alive/&do=findComment&comment=374345 That's fair enough. You haven't revealed much about yourself, but it's interesting you're earlier origins are left of centre. I started out on this path over 40 years ago, in a world that's very different to now. The man who runs the FW website, which is the largest of its kind on the Internet, and one of the longest established, is incredibly knowledgable. He taught me on a one to one basis. So I had a very good apprenticeship, from a master, over many years, but I've also been coached by some of Britain's best classical singers of the age over the last 30 years. Parsifal is a very similar character to Hamlet: “The play's the thing wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king.” The difference between Hamlet and Parsifal is that Parsifal has the potential to step into reality, a reality that couldn't have been explored before 2020, so it feels like a lot of things are slowly beginning to converge. Things could've turned out differently, if the secret societies had done their job properly, but as things have not turned out the way that Beethoven, Mozart and Goethe expected, we have to be prepared for a bit of a bumpy landing. My job is to put things to the test in an open and public way and see how people react. That's what real art is really about.
  11. I helped build the website and contributed more articles on that website than you have on this forum. So what did you do 20 years ago, again?
  12. When you do look at earth from on high, it does look like a circle, and it would look like a circle even if it was a globe, so I don't think that passage proves the earth is flat, but it also don't prove Earth is a globe. I think the issue makes a mountain out of a molehill. If it really was important, I'm sure Jesus Christ would've had something to say about it!
  13. In defence yes, but force doesn't automatically create utopia.
  14. Yes, I did, I took it back, see here: https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/15419-is-there-an-agenda-to-reduce-the-white-european-population/&do=findComment&comment=376789
  15. If force is always the answer, why didn't the French Revolution bring about a utopia?
  16. I did actually note your sarcasm and your sincerity in believing that not all Jews are part of the problem. I've already said I've taken it back, and I'm sorry you're not happy that I'm pleased you don't dislike all of Jewish culture.
  17. lol Time without the brain getting in the way:
  18. I've no problem with that! Yes, I am taking that back and am pleased you don't dislike all of Jewish culture.
  19. Where have I said you should bend over for evil? I've never said that.
  20. It only multiplies evil.
  21. I don't recall David Icke accusing Joe Biden of being a satanist though.
×
×
  • Create New...