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Vindefense
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009, 08:54 PM
Those who do not understand the nature of the problem can never understand the solution. So, I am dedicating the rest of my time here, to writing constructive articles, focusing on logic and Natural law. Some will agree, some will not. I write for those who are concerned about the future of the Germanic people and believe a solution is attainable. Mostly though I write for my two sons Leif and Jake, who are the all in my life.

Pulling Weeds.

Great gardens create great neighbors, great neighbors create great communities, great communities are the foundation of all great nations.

Those who have gardens know that they are always under threat by both pests and weeds. Pests are the biggest problem that confront the gardener, but weeds are just as formidable a foe. They must not be given the chance to produce seed. Weeds exist in all aspects of nature especially right in our own minds. These are manifest in doubt, false pride, idleness, fear, envy, etc. When these things take root in our minds, they become evident in our lives, our communities and ultimately our nations. Eradicate them from your mind, and they will not spread to others.

Pulling weeds need not be a dreaded task, but should be a joyous one. This is a great need to ensure that the garden gets maximum nutrients and has as much room to grow. Weeds spread by seed and they spread quickly.
Also, weeds will bring with them disease and pests. Some ants love certain weeds and ants can devastate a great garden just as easily as they can a small one. So look forward to pulling weeds as it is always to your benefit and those around you.

There are some methods that make pulling weeds an easier task.

First learn to identify weeds. When you are planting a garden by sowing seed, the young seedlings growing up will not be alone. They will be accompanied by weed seeds. Seedlings of vegetables or flowers must be distinguished from weed seedlings. Learn to identify what weeds look like from the time they are weedlings, till the time they reach seed. It is imperative that these weedlings do not grow alongside your seedlings. They will only stunt the plants growth. The weeds we face in our minds are many as are weeds that grow in the garden. Anything that steers you from your purpose or creates shame in your conscious is a weed. Do your best to eliminate them in your own life, and others around you will do the same.

Secondly, keep the soil loose. Soil that weeds have taken root in that is compact allow the roots to gain a firm hold. Never leave this soil so compact that it makes it difficult to pull out the root. The root must be eliminated. If it is not it will only re-emerge stronger. Weeds will grow as easily in gravel, (closed mind) as they will in peat (open mind). Likewise the more open the mind the easier it will be for weeds to take root. We must then become a hunter of weeds, persistence knows no rest. Never leave yourself in an unteachable state, never think that your way is the only way. When these weeds take root in a closed minded person, the result is always infestation. The process of removing them is tremendous and seldom successful. In this world, there is always something to learn, do not ever doubt it.

Thirdly, weed often. The success of your garden depends on this. The more time you spend pulling weeds, the easier a task it is. Constantly tear yourself down. If you are one who is always questioning others, do not forget to also question yourself. This process will strengthen the man of conviction and foster humility. The man who goes into battle a humble contender, is often the victor.

Lastly, use a sharp trowel. This is for those weeds that have been embedded for a long time. It is also for the ones which consist mainly of a root. They stay close to the ground hiding in the foliage, until one day you look out and it appears they instantly go to seed. These are the most damaging and they must be dealt with using a sharp trowel. Get the root, and you ensure it will not spread. This is going to shake up the soil around it a bit, but don't be scared to plunge it straight in. The Germanic people thrived in a climate of uncertainty and diversity, and it is their willingness to confront it head on that made them great. Adaptation is the way of Nature. Shake yourself up often, read books that go against your grain. Talk to those who you consider your enemies. Learn from them. Isolation is two sided, if it is all that keeps you whole, it can only breed weakness.

These are some ways that you can combat weeds that take root in your garden and in your mind. The important thing to do is to recognize them for what they are and what they will do. This is but a small step that must be taken by the individual, and it is only a baby step at that.

Of course we can always pave the patch with concrete or asphalt, as some are sure to suggest or worse exterminate the weed species altogether. This only separates man from nature. Any man who closes his mind up so tight as to not even let the light of the sun in, surly has little purpose in life. His existence is based upon rigidness. But before the might of nature it is nothing but brittle. Faced with hardship and strife, he can only disintegrate into a thousand pieces. These types of people do nothing to advance the Germanic revival other than hindering it.

Nature is the embodiment of fertility, our minds must become so as well if we are to survive and advance. Her lessons are absolute, her wisdom fathomless. Learn from rather than fight her, be like a tree, bend with rather than stand against the wind.

Ward
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009, 09:03 PM
Those are fine words, Vindefense. I'd say you have good perspective and a gift for metaphor.

:prost

Vindefense
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009, 01:35 PM
Dealing with Pests

Once your garden is cleared from the weeds, which will only be temporary, you must turn your attention to pests. These are the greatest threat to a healthy beautiful garden. Pests come in all sizes, shapes, and dispositions. They never come alone and almost always attack the weakest and the most un-healthy plants first. Once established they will multiply. Because the pest needs the nutrients that the plant has to offer, it is neither a matter of wrong or right but one that is in accord with nature. The best defense against pests is found right inside the plant. Nature has given the plant the ability to defend itself biologically and efficiently. This safe guard weakens in proportion to the health of the plant. So keep your plants healthy to provide your garden with the best defense. Thin when necessary.

The pests that infest your garden can be broken down into a few types. No matter what variety the pest is, they always attack in a predictable manner.

Pests that attack the root (memory), always do the most damage because it is often un-seen. If the roots of a plant become incapable of extracting minerals and water from the soil, the plant dies. To forget who we are and where we came from is to deny our ancestors. There were many lives who came together in the past to shape your life, it is the highest duty to acknowledge and honor them. This is evident in all people. Those who insist that your life consists only of the present are pests trying to attack your roots. Strive to fully understand your past, and you will gain an understanding of the future. The son who loves his father remembers his roots and preserves them, the son who does not severs this link forever.

Pests that attack the leaf (thought) are always seen, although some are microscopic the evidence can not be denied. This infestation must be dealt with as quickly as possible, since the leaves become unable to deflect water to the stalk. Worse they loose the ability to produce chlorophyll and they can not collect sunlight for photosynthesis (creating sugar). The plant will not produce fruit and it will have no purpose. Knowledge has no purpose alone. It does no one good to fill their mind with knowledge if it can not be used in a practical setting. Since knowledge is the key or the process by which we reach wisdom, it's purpose must be utilized properly through thought. Without thought knowledge is useless. Without knowledge thought has no direction. The man capable of applying thought, has no obstacles before him which can bar his way.

Pests that attack the fruit (wisdom), are not as bothersome to the plant as they are to the gardener. After all the time and effort that went into the plant, do not neglect the fruit. An infestation among fruit means that all your hard work was in vain. If the plant is healthy and the gardener is steadfast, his reward is a bountiful harvest. When we utilize the functions of our brain in a proper manner, through memory and thought, we gain wisdom. Wisdom is the knowledge of what was learned in the past applied to the present. It is immune to criticism and it stands alone. Wisdom shatters ignorance and scorches lies in the light of truth. We must always strive for wisdom, it is the labor of the seed and the sweetest of rewards.

Keep your garden free of weeds and they will not spread to others. Keep it healthy and you limit the effect that pests will have upon it. Keep out pests and you will reap the harvest.

Should we chose un-natural methods to fight pests, let us always assume responsibility for the consequence. Whether using chemicals to eradicate them or growing fruit in a tube. Go against nature and you commit a wrong that can not be reconciled. Her wrath shows no mercy, her judgment is always final. The fruit grown with out the root is nothing but a Frankenstein creation. The man who mocks the wisdom of his elders with the knowledge of the day, is only a fool.

exit
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009, 03:11 PM
Never leave yourself in an unteachable state, never think that your way is the only way.

The people who say this often only mean this for others and not themselves. And what is to be said of a way that is not one's personal way? Is a way always subject to change? If so how could it be a way? I would not follow an ever-mutable tradition and claim it as the eternal wisdom of the gods.

There is a right way and a wrong way to learn; both are not equally valid; not everyone has something worthy to teach.


Wisdom is the knowledge of what was learned in the past applied to the present.

All knowledge is not limited to a past or collection of facts. You need to specify that your use of the term knowledge is in the lower discursive sense (reason) rather than the pure and direct sense (intuition). Moreover, knowledge exists whether it is applied to something or not.


Knowledge has no purpose alone. It does no one good to fill their mind with knowledge if it can not be used in a practical setting. Since knowledge is the key or the process by which we reach wisdom, it's purpose must be utilized properly through thought. Without thought knowledge is useless.

Thought corrupts knowledge; a mind can be pure or impure. Knowledge exists for its own sake and for others. Everything exists by way of a principle. But not everything is limited to the practical or corporeal state, which is to say there is more to life than just material existence and practical science. Pure knowledge requires assimilation and must be followed as a way of life.

Just because one knows a thing does not mean he should act on it; action always comes with consequence.



The man who mocks the wisdom of his elders with the knowledge of the day, is only a fool.

I agree insofar as elder is taken in its sacred sense and not simply old age. Age does not equate with wisdom.

Vindefense
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009, 07:17 PM
Posted by Exit:

The people who say this often only mean this for others and not themselves. And what is to be said of a way that is not one's personal way? Is a way always subject to change? If so how could it be a way?True. There may be many doors but only some will lead to truth. How does one find them best? By opening them.


I would not follow an ever-mutable tradition and claim it as the eternal wisdom of the gods.I can offer no eternal wisdom, only life experience which is boundless.

Knowledge without purpose is only data. It does not matter if the child has been told the hot plate is hot, what does that mean to him? If he has no fear he will reach out and learn. Until he does that, knowledge is useless. All children learn this way. Faith does not dull the mind of the child, and the capacity to learn in them is great because of it. All that is needed for man to regain his ability to learn is to overcome his fear.


it's purpose must be utilized properly through thought.


By limiting the presence of corruption in your thoughts, you avoid distorting knowledge. The process is whole, not partial. Just as the plant takes sunlight and uses it to produce sugar, flower and then the fruit. The healthy mind capable of taking knowledge and applying it with healthy thoughts, is capable of achieving true wisdom. In this manner, Thought reinforces knowledge.

exit
Thursday, June 25th, 2009, 02:20 PM
I can offer no eternal wisdom, only life experience which is boundless.

I would not call life experiences boundless (everything in life is bound by something), but I was in no way referring to you or a personal way when speaking about eternal wisdom. I was pointing to the fact that one can follow a traditional path instead of their own way.


Knowledge without purpose is only data. It does not matter if the child has been told the hot plate is hot, what does that mean to him? If he has no fear he will reach out and learn.

Of course, knowledge requires understanding. But to know is also in a sense to be the thing known.


Until he does that, knowledge is useless.

However, to know and understand does not require a physical action but merely a mental union of the subject and object. Otherwise knowledge would be limited to a time and place or by action whereas knowledge is superior to these. And what about knowledge of all things in simultaneity which occurs like a lightning flash? If knowledge cannot be separated from a container of sorts (actually its contents since knowledge is the container) then what is to be said of the eternal? Is there such a thing as "eternal life" or an "unmoved mover"? In my opinion logic and natural law can never go far enough to explain reality.


By limiting the presence of corruption in your thoughts, you avoid distorting knowledge.

The question then would be the method of limiting corruption.

Vindefense
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 06:46 AM
Posted by Exit:

I would not call life experiences boundless (everything in life is bound by something), but I was in no way referring to you or a personal way when speaking about eternal wisdom. I was pointing to the fact that one can follow a traditional path instead of their own way

OK. Not boundless, perhaps unaltered. A mirror does not distort nor color, it only reflects what stands before it.

A man can follow a path that another man or men made, true enough. In doing so, they will find what many seek. The man who carves his own path seeks what few will find.


However, to know and understand does not require a physical action but merely a mental union of the subject and object. Otherwise knowledge would be limited to a time and place or by action whereas knowledge is superior to these.


One can reverse this whole statement around and it is just as true then. You are creating an entirely subjective argument and by using the above words all you have done is color the truth to suit your belief. I am simply conveying the process by which children learn. It is faith which corrupts true learning.


The question then would be the method of limiting corruption.


Struggle. Only man can pull weeds. It is the natural tendency of man to find the easiest path. Just as electric current seeks the path of least resistance so too does man.

exit
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 11:58 AM
A man can follow a path that another man or men made, true enough.

You're still not getting it. There are paths which no man made but were delivered by the Spirit (God) which is in him.


One can reverse this whole statement around and it is just as true then.

Nonsense. Only in a very limited sense of knowledge, but then this wouldn't be knowledge at all. You are rigging the experiment to get the result you want.

Furthermore, when attention is on a higher plane of reality which is beyond opposing pairs (good and evil, day and night, big and small, etc.) then it would be impossible to experience these things, in other words, your theory leaves no room for the eternal since this cannot be reached by a culmination of facts or experiences.


You are creating an entirely subjective argument and by using the above words all you have done is color the truth to suit your belief.

Just because I wrote it here doesn't mean I created it. Why is this so difficult?


I am simply conveying the process by which children learn.

Again, very limited. If you write about knowledge and wisdom then it cannot be limited to the learning abilities of children. Needless to say, all children do not learn in the same manner. Some have remarkable intuitive qualities. But you made claims as to what knowledge and wisdom are which I find to be highly flawed whether it relates to children or not. Moreover, the way in which you liken knowledge and wisdom to the learning process of a child I find to be rather arrogant.


It is faith which corrupts true learning.

If you attribute all paths to a personal invention then that is not faith but individualism...


Struggle.

Quicksand.


Only man can pull weeds.

They are only weeds as seen from below or from the individual point of view. A weed is nothing more than an herb. You cannot root out all the weeds just as you cannot eradicate evil. It has its purpose for all things exist which are contrary or else they don't exist. To be detached is better than to be forever busied pulling weeds methinks.

Vindefense
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 01:51 PM
Posted by Exit:

You're still not getting it.

One path is visible, the other hidden. Does the hidden one not exist then? Which one will be more broadly followed?


your theory leaves no room for the eternal since this cannot be reached by a culmination of facts or experiences.

Facts and experience are only one part of the equation. The process of reaching wisdom is cumulative. Yet wisdom certainly is not limited to these alone, in fact where did I say that? What is eternal?


Again, very limited. If you write about knowledge and wisdom then it cannot be limited to the learning abilities of children. Needless to say, all children do not learn in the same manner. Some have remarkable intuitive qualities. But you made claims as to what knowledge and wisdom are which I find to be highly flawed whether it relates to children or not. Moreover, the way in which you liken knowledge and wisdom to the learning process of a child I find to be rather arrogant.

Only someone with a very rigid way of looking at things would assume that I am doing this. It is absurd to believe that the highest form of learning is the way a child learns. Where did I say that?


They are only weeds as seen from below or from the individual point of view. A weed is nothing more than an herb. You cannot root out all the weeds just as you cannot eradicate evil. It has its purpose for all things exist which are contrary or else they don't exist. To be detached is better than to be forever busied pulling weeds methinks.

Yes, You are right. Your also getting ahead of me. But explain detached please.

Vindefense
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 03:47 PM
Planting seeds


There is no point in the cultivation of a garden, if we are going to abandon it. The open mind that is left to it's own devices is sure to have all kinds of undesirables take root. So the answer is to plant seeds rather than letting chance take it's course. After all, there is no point in pulling weeds for the sake of pulling weeds. It is only because we want to grow specific seeds that we do so. Since we know how to care for our garden, we must now decide what it is that we want to grow there.

There are as many ideals and concepts out there as there is knowledge. We must be careful in our decision since the seed will grow to yield fruit. Let us begin by planting seeds that will form the basis of a strong foundation. These seeds are not specific ideals nor are they general concepts. But reflect the very essence of the creative will. It is our goal to ensure that they become apparent to all around us in everything we do. Here are a few.

Will. Without will there can be no success. When will takes root it forces out all doubt, instead of thinking that something can not be done, will simply sets out to achieve. It does not fear failure. Failure can only be a temporary set back. The man who dares to will only fails when he gives up. The one who has said that " if only this could be done then we would have this" can accomplish nothing unless they set out upon life's journey to achieve just that. Will power is the greatest adversary that man has and must be strengthened once again in the mind. Idleness wilts before the power of the will, and opposition becomes hot air. Strive to achieve.

Humility. There is no force that drives man to accomplishment greater than pride. But false pride has set man back through ignorance. The father is proud of his sons achievements. The husband is proud for his wife, who has through pain and suffering brought forth new life. Pride is the badge of those who have lived their life's purpose, who have faced great odds and beaten them. This is true pride, not boastfulness or haughtiness. Within all people there are those who are great in deed and those who are not. But none can lay claim to superiority. Just as no man can claim to be all knowing. Such does not exist anywhere in Nature, there is only balance. Some men will always be victims of their environment, others will set out to become masters. The man that gathers great renown for himself in deed or thought needs never to boast. Accomplishment always speaks for itself.

Honor. "Do you honor me? " said the father to his son. "I honor myself!" he boldly answered. To which the father replied, "As such, you honor me." We can not expect to be men of honor until we begin to see the honor in our own lives. The individual honors the group by honoring himself first and foremost. Honor does not ask for recognition but always gives it. Because he believes in the group he becomes the best man that he can. Always reaching to achieve what others deem impossible. Stand firm as an oak, and others will have no doubt in you.

Perseverance. It is often enough to find that will alone will not achieve a thing, one must demonstrate courage to make it reality. Courage that disregards fear is nothing. But fear that is stifled by courage is discipline. Along with discipline must come tenacity, and resolve. The combined formula that always spells success. If you have set out to accomplish much in life, then your task will not be easy. If you can control the reins of your courage, you will not fail. Persevere to no end.

Duty. The highest calling that man can have is to do his duty and to do it well. Your Creator has given you all the necessary tools to build. Don't just build but build to the utmost of your capability. Become the superior at everything you do. Whether you work in an iron factory or as a mechanic. Farmer or Doctor, learn your trade and excel in it. If you serve others, others will serve you. Find the glory in your work. Toil ceaselessly at what you want and you will want nothing. Your duty is to your Creator.

Destiny. You were not put here upon this earth to bitch. Get up and do something. When corruption is evident all around you and degeneracy creeps in every shadow do not complain. Instead work to change yourselves first and all else will follow. Recovery and health will soon commence, like begets like. Maintain a desire to improve and always hold the health of your mind in the highest esteem. In the garden that is well maintained and healthy, weeds can find no place to root.

These are some seeds that when developed will generate more of their kind. Develop these traits within yourself and demand them in your peers and you will have built a foundation that will endure. Concentrate your efforts locally, one layer at a time. By displacing the weeds you need not waste energy fighting them.

exit
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 05:14 PM
One path is visible, the other hidden. Does the hidden one not exist then? Which one will be more broadly followed?

It's not a personal invention as a personal way implies. The two are not the same.


Facts and experience are only one part of the equation. The process of reaching wisdom is cumulative. Yet wisdom certainly is not limited to these alone, in fact where did I say that?If you say "The process of reaching wisdom is cumulative" and "Wisdom is the knowledge of what was learned in the past applied to the present" then how else is one supposed to take that? You seem to be unaware of the process of intuition.


It is absurd to believe that the highest form of learning is the way a child learns. Where did I say that?You put it out as a model/example to prove your point.

If you are going to use the garden metaphor then I must say that one cannot always grow the type of seeds one wishes, due to soil and environmental conditions, etc. And the seeds here especially of smaller plants, shrubs, or trees, would only refer to a lesser reality which can become distractions themselves from the higher goal in life. The ultimate liberation from weeds and pests and all other conditions must be symbolized by a central "tree of life" (as opposed to a tree of duality of which all the different plants are a part); naturally this tree breaks through the garden for it cannot be contained by anything. Once this tree is realized by constant focus upon it one achieves total being (the sum of all possibilities, of all plants within the self). As it is written in Revelation 2:7, "He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; to him that overcometh [duality] will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God."

There are two modes one of which you have acknowledged and the other you seem to have rejected. One is the successive mode which can never pass beyond the limit, and the other is the simultaneous mode of which man beholds all things in the eternal now always and forever (thus what is meant by "all-knowing"). In the infinite there can therefore be no sense of being or particular determinations, for God sees all things as good which perspective is beyond virtue and vice.

As for detachment, I've given the higher model of which you can divide into many particularizations, as for instance, in the moral sense, dispassionate is detached from the passions.

velvet
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 06:12 PM
I feel the fruit will be toxic to anyone who appreciate life as Vindefence obviously does. It is not about the 'secrets of the desert god', and who cares about the desert god's churches and what that funny spirit has to say in the first place?

You dont get the point, as always. You want to force your view onto every other opinion, lifestyle, knowledge and wisdom, cause you surmise you would own wisdom, the one and only and only your view is the true one. Eh ja, I know you'll say that it is not yours but the eternal, written down by phreaky perennialists, picking at will things out of any philosophy they found and pulling together an inconsistent, nothing-saying construct that for you is mostly based on writers who were muslims/semites or converted to islamism.

You dont even get the point of these allegories, because for you life doesnt matter. Higher goals like the ones describes by Vindefence doesnt exist for you, for you a goal is to overcome duality, and in its final consequence, life itself. What worth would that have for a living man, growing children and caring for his family, tribe and culture? Right, none.

I'm really tired to read about your monolithic deathcult. Please enter a monastery without internet connection and try yourself what you try to spread. This path is not a path of a living man, and most important, it is the path of the muslim / semites, who try to destroy our folks and nations. No good will ever come from them for us.

Duality is the essence of life, to deny that is to deny life itself. And this is what christianity, judaism and islamism does, deny life on every level. There is no light without shadow, no night without day, no good without evil. All that only exists in the mirror of the other. Opposing duality is to promote stagnation, a frozen, nonemoving mind, which denies reality and only exists for itself, without direction, without a purpose. A sad condition for a human being.

exit
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 06:26 PM
I feel the fruit will be toxic to anyone who appreciate life as Vindefence obviously does. It is not about the 'secrets of the desert god', and who cares about the desert god's churches and what that funny spirit has to say in the first place?

You dont get the point, as always. You want to force your view onto every other opinion, lifestyle, knowledge and wisdom, cause you surmise you would own wisdom, the one and only and only your view is the true one.

Is not your hatred for ancient Sumeria (of which garden metaphors are inherent) just code for a hatred of all traditions and a love for occultism?

velvet
Friday, June 26th, 2009, 07:18 PM
Eh, what?
Now Sumeria is the only place on earth with a garden? You're talking nonsense... :oanieyes

You really should get rid off the blinkers you're wearing. I'm pretty sure that Vindefense didnt thought about a desert garden in a Sumerian oasis, when he wrote his allegories. :roll

Vindefense
Saturday, June 27th, 2009, 05:31 AM
Posted by Exit:

It's not a personal invention as a personal way implies. The two are not the same.

No. They are not. That is not what I asked. You say that the one path is the only way, I say that there are hidden paths as well that one may take. And besides, ultimately there are no personal ways.

Intuition is higher self awareness. It's use is not in conflict with the lower form, reason. One serves a purpose as does the other. Mastery of the higher self is won through both struggle over the lower and submission to the higher. Yet the lower self is no more evil than the higher self is good.


You put it out as a model/example to prove your point.

I never said it was a spiritual form, but it is a form of knowledge man abandons first to fear and then to faith.

And intuition, does not spring from the physical.

exit
Saturday, June 27th, 2009, 01:34 PM
You say that the one path is the only way

Not following your visible/hidden path. Are they not the same?


I say that there are hidden paths as well that one may take.Not sure how this relates to personal way or traditional way.


And besides, ultimately there are no personal ways. You've lost me here. First you implied that all ways are personal now the reverse. Creating false statements does not solve the problem.


Intuition is higher self awareness. It's use is not in conflict with the lower form, reason.No, but it is different from discursive knowledge. When I was writing about intuition in other threads people were saying that it had no use.


I never said it was a spiritual form, but it is a form of knowledge man abandons first to fear and then to faith.Fear yes but not faith. True Faith overcomes fear.


I'm pretty sure that Vindefense didnt thought about a desert garden in a Sumerian oasis, when he wrote his allegories. :roll

I'm the one who wrote about the tree. Do I have to do everything your way?


Duality is the essence of life,Duality is life and death, hence dual. Eternal life is beyond duality. Clearly you have it wrong. To be life-denying is to reject any and every practice which overcomes duality. Since to overcome duality is one's obligation to reject doing so is to break one's oath with the gods.

velvet
Saturday, June 27th, 2009, 02:58 PM
I'm the one who wrote about the tree.

That is the problem, you talked about something that wasnt present.


Do I have to do everything your way?

Hel forbids :D


Duality is life and death, hence dual. Eternal life is beyond duality. Clearly you have it wrong. To be life-denying is to reject any and every practice which overcomes duality. Since to overcome duality is one's obligation to reject doing so is to break one's oath with the gods.

Again, you're talking nonsense. Man's obligation is NOT to overcome duality, but to deal with it (that is called dealing with reality, something you're obviously not capable to).

If you believe in something like the 'eternal life beyond this material world' then you reach it automatically when you've died, simply through the process of dying (leaving the boundaries of the body).
To thrive for this beyond duality while you are alive is denying that your are alive, thus makes you as superfluous is the realm of life as it gets.

And please, stop talking about 'the gods' (plural) when you in fact talk about a middle eastern desert demon that thrives for the destruction of our folks and nations. You are not heathen, you are following a semite path. That is fine (actually, in the frames of this forum, in the frame of germanic preservation it is not, but it is solely your problem), as long as you dont promote this perversion to germanic people. We have that now for nearly twothousand years, I think it is enough.

Vindefense
Tuesday, June 30th, 2009, 05:57 PM
Weeds have Purpose


The weed does not need soil,
prepared with loving care.
nor does it need much sunshine,
it thrives here as well as there.
It takes well upon a bank
where little else will grow
and anywhere, by chance
to which its seed is bown.

The seeds of the plant itself determine it's character. To understand the purpose of weeds we should discern the differences between what is a weed and what is not a weed. There are some glaring differences, and instead of denying they exist or worse fearing them let us instead understand them. Weeds have purpose, but it is one that is most beneficial outside our garden.

There is nothing in Nature that is an accident. Everything has it's place. Weeds will grow where nothing else grows. Like, on the bank of a hill. This is important. Especially if your garden is at the bottom of the hill. Weeds serve to confine the soil on the hillside. They retain it from landslide and keep rain water from flooding the base of the hill. Without them disaster would ensue on a large scale. For whole towns can be swallowed in the resulting mud slide, as often happens. They help to anchor the soil, to solidify and to unify it so it will resist erosion. It is perfectly right for them to fulfill this purpose but to let them thrive in your garden can only be at the expense of the nonweed.

Weeds are medicinal. This is a highly practical function of weeds and also a beneficial one. Medicine can only ever dull the symptoms though, and is a poor substitute for health in this regard. Life itself is a series of struggles. Some are won and some are not. The man who can understand that his failures have served his purpose more than his success is beholden of a great truth. In this sense obstacles must exist, so we can overcome them. Does this mean that we should plant obstacles within our garden? Surly by creating a climate of struggle, we will create strong plants. But this is only ever half correct, with the seen benefit there is always an un-seen cost. If the non-weed finds itself growing hand in hand with the weed, it will have to divert all of it's energy in a struggle to survive. It may become an exceedingly strong plant, but it will either produce poor quality fruit, or worse no fruit at all. Not very practical considering you grow a garden for it's fruit.


Weeds have the uncanny ability to spread rapidly anywhere. Not only do they accomplish this, but they have the ability to produce seed that can float in the wind and cover great distance, survive the harshest of conditions and root where others can not. Compare this with the nonweed plant such as the Apple. The apple reaches it's stage of ripeness and falls to the ancestral soil of the parent. The maple on the other hand flings her seed in the wind far and wide. They quickly outnumber other trees in the forest. Or the Dandelion. A very useful plant in it's own right but coupled with the ease on which it's seed can spread, very invasive as well. The seeds of the bean plant, is in the pod, and does not travel far. The seed of the tomato is the same as are almost all vegetables and fruits. Without man's intervention, the seed of the nonweed grows in it's home soil, the seed of the weed in comparison is determined to grow everywhere. Weeds are always invasive.

These are important differences that exists between the weed and the non weed. These differences are a valid indication of why the two types are able to exist in mutual harmony only by iron law. And why they can never share the same living space. Without man or beast to intervene, the war between the weed and the non-weed would ultimately be decided in favor of the weed, because of the nature of it's seed. Nature, with all of her wisdom and power ensures limitation through balance. Her might is the only true equalizer.

Vindefense
Monday, July 6th, 2009, 03:47 PM
Build Structure


The strong foundation is the base which everything else rests upon. But it alone is hardly a structure. It provides no cover from nature, rain, snow and anything else that falls from the sky. Humans need structure. Once our garden is whole again, ounce our communities are whole again then it is time to build.

Let us examine the so called advancement in the modern building trades and expose it for the fraud that it is. The industry has been hijacked with the false notion that modern is better. Yet in many ways the materials which we build with today are far inferior to what was used in the past. Where it was once common place to use materials that were prevalent in nature now we use the artificial substitutes. Such materials are manufactured only for the purpose of generating profit and ease of use. They have taken the skill and craft from the gilds and replaced it with cheap monotonous labor. Only a few at the very top reap the benefits of this industry. The worker is worth less and craftsmanship degenerates. The end result, the product is not only more costly but is also inferior in workmanship and beauty.

Stick frame construction, pre-fabricated walls, cardboard, vinyl, asphalt shingles. Far inferior to timbers, solid wood or stone walls, slate, tile. All of which exist in nature and are harmonious to the environment and have stood the test of time. The knowledge of today, and the lack of values that has followed has only weakened and complicated life. The result is a servile and unquestioning people. People who can not think nor act for themselves, but must rely upon the stimulation of the group. A people who are incredibly complex and alienated not only from their roots but form their branches as well.

By using the age old wisdom of our ancestors and simple geometry, we know that columns support beams and bear most of the weight. Beams support the floor and distribute the weight to the columns. Walls provide shelter from the elements and support the roof. The roof ties everything solidly together and shields us from the elements. It doesn't matter what the shape of the structure is as long as we adhere to the fundamental design. The columns must always be engineered to bare the load.


The Elders understood the importance of simplicity and balance. It was all too evident to them. They strove to reflect this in their architecture and their lives. The structure that we build for ourselves and our communities reflects outwardly what is inward. Is it any wonder that there is no modern equivalents to the great musicians and artisans of old? Is there still any doubt as to why our people refuse to create more like them? Inside we are a decaying and spiritless people. Instead of truth serving as our guide, we have bowed in submission to the lie. The aim of a people should be to create structures that will last, not ones that are recycled or disposable.

Vindefense
Tuesday, July 14th, 2009, 01:52 AM
Oath& Law

The beginning of any strong structure starts with it's support columns. These columns will bear the entire weight of the structure so must be engineered to serve this purpose. They must be the unbending values which have endured in the tradition of our people through out time.

Oath, is the magnetic bond which holds man to not only his word but also to his Creator. This bond has long been severed by the modern inventions of society. The importance of blood and spirit has been forgotten. Void of spirit, man is little more than yeast. He is condemned to strive and to grow, to creep and to crawl, to eat and be eaten. His blood is thinned, his spirit is diluted. His oath is broken.

The spirit lives within the blood. No fire can consume this spirit and no death can kill it. It endures all. When we view either life or death as the conclusion, we rob ourselves of our divinity. When we live purely in the now we ignore the future. We become creatures of the moment and all of our focus is centered upon the physical. Pleasure becomes our highest reward and blood becomes a meaningless possession. Do not fall victim to this lie, materialism is the hollowest distraction. Your blood is a precious gift. Never forsake it.

Law is neither to be viewed as right nor as wrong. Both concepts are merely distortions of truth. Man can only color the truth but he can never destroy it. He can hide it and conceal it, he can distort and bend it but that is all. It does not go away nor can it be dissolved. When the levy gives, Truth will rush forth. All at once it floods into every corner and every shadow and exposes the greatest lie. The lie that law is relative.

Law is Troth. When man lives by the law he acknowledges his purpose. He understands his mission. His view of nature is reflective. He knows that he is bound to live by law because he has eyes that can see. Everything before him has purpose. He needs no false laws nor does he need a state to compel him to live lawfully. He binds himself to his oath, and by keeping his oath he keeps the law. The one builds upon the other. The man who is lawful holds at once a shield to defend himself, and a sword which he can aim upon the lawless. He is a freeman.

When we search for law in the treaties of man, all we see is empty words. Religious dogmas and state induction are only the evidence of a spiritually dead people. A people who have neither kept the Oath, nor keep the Law. There is no worth in such a people. Their blood is void of Spirit and has turned to water. They can call upon the laws of the State for deliverance but it can only prolong the inevitable. A people who must rely upon the state to save them from themselves are hardly worth preserving.

When the people use law for this purpose, whether unknowingly or not, they wage war against justice. Their collective attempts at equality or supremacy are outside of natural law. While they use force as an agent of revitalization on one hand they promote suicide with the other. And for all of their efforts, they will only succeed in destroying law. At this point they must ultimately degrade to the point of lawlessness. Even the state becomes a vehicle for every form of corruption. Crowning itself, 'above the law'.

All must rest upon Oath&Law. They must be restored in the Germanic people once again as the true path to regeneration. Freedom can only rest firmly upon this.

Vindefense
Thursday, July 23rd, 2009, 02:53 PM
The hallmark of the Germanic people resides in their ideal of freedom. Not to be confused with the modern interpretation, which is nothing but liberal individualism. Instead, true freedom demands that the actions of the individual are performed in a manner beneficial to the group. Not by force does the individual act but of free will. This is the stage that we should strive to reach, instead of growing timid and dependent upon the group the trend would instead steer towards self mastery.

The ideal of rights is an alien concept. Equally absurd is the belief that freedom is granted or restricted by the group. The group can only ever be made up of the individuals which comprise it. Individuals do not issue rights, they can only issue force. The greater the number in the group the greater the potential to administer it. Rights always belong to the individual and are only rewarded to those who are able to claim them. They can only be won they can not be inherited nor can they be delegated by law. It is only right that force should always be met with force. Your creator has given you all of the necessary tools to do so both physically and mentally. The world of Man is fashioned in such a way that there is never any excuse that men should live under oppressive rule. Not when the gods have given us iron to forge blades and lead to cast bullets.

The combination of Oath and Law together creates a solid base upon which freedom can rest. Free will gives man the ability to advance towards higher morality. Through the application of traditional wisdom and consequence, a true understanding of right is developed. The state strangles this growth by improperly using law to induce behavior, creating a superficial consequence. The man who only does what is expected of him only because of fear, often does not hesitate to act outside the law once the consequence is minimized. Since his faculties are not developed by free will his only motivation is self interest.


Freedom gives us the power to overcome our fear. Our free will, when utilized properly ensures our advancement. When we sacrifice of our self for the benefit of the group, we achieve the highest form of freedom. We do what is right, not because of force but because we know that by serving the group we serve ourselves. By acknowledging our individual role we face our responsibility rather than avoid it. Freedom can not exist without responsible sacrifice.

Johann Landsersen
Saturday, December 25th, 2010, 03:52 PM
These articles are brilliant! I love them, great work! I have only skimmed through 1 or 2, though. The metaphors are fine, and overall the texts were inspiring to read. You should publish a book! (My apoligies if such a thing has already been discussed, I only skimmed through the articles on the first page. Although now I am going to read more.)

I also write articles dealing with similiar issues, although I don't make use of metaphors a lot. I was looking for a place in the forum to post them. Any help?