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Cosmotheist
Sunday, January 2nd, 2005, 01:42 AM
Our Destiny
by Norman Lowell
www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=1855 (http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=1855)

we are living in dangerous times. The whole planetary political scene is in flux. Anything could happen, anytime. And the White world is unprepared –- actually we are weak, very weak. We are weak in spirit, in political will -– we are divided amongst ourselves. We lack real leadership. We are like a ship without a compass, having lost our sense of direction. We have no bearing, no distant fixed star to guide us.
We must re-discover ourselves, our inner nature. We need to listen, heed that divine spark within us and base all our decisions on a clear, comprehensive philosophy illuminated by that spark. We need to understand that deep inner source from which our feelings and intuition about Race and High Politics, and all concomitant issues, arise.
The universe is continually changing, evolving. With its more than 120,000 galaxies, creation is moving towards ever more complex, ever higher forms of existence. And not only that: The universe is evolving as a conscious whole.

Yes, we as a race are a manifestation of the Creator. Our planet earth, our living Gaia is itself a manifestation of the universe. For the universe has a consciousness, a will of its own. We are part of, a manifestation of, the Creative Will, the Cosmic Force of the universe.

We must become the conscious manifestation of the Universal Will!


www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=1855 (http://www.nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=1855)

Cosmotheist
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005, 02:20 AM
This realisation shoulders us with a tremendous responsibility. A mantle of authority, the moral authority to do whatever is necessary. Brooking no opposition or restraint, we must be diamond pure and diamond hard in carrying out that responsibility. That of serving as a willing, conscious tool: the manifestation for the Realisation of the Creator’s purpose: The Will of the Universe.

Torn_Humana
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005, 09:08 PM
We need to listen, heed that divine spark within us and base all our decisions on a clear, comprehensive philosophy illuminated by that spark.
But what to those who do not posses this 'divine spark'? What philosophy do those people listen to?


On the other hand, the Christian sins by commission. He actually turns the other cheek to his tormentor. Thus Christianity is anti-life. It is the greatest aberration of the instincts. If really taken seriously and adhered to, if followed to its logical conclusion, Christianity would kill its true believers.
The author you quoted, Cosmotheist, obviously hasn't the slightest idea of Christianity. He should read the Cathecism sometime.

Cosmotheist
Saturday, March 26th, 2005, 03:17 AM
But what to those who do not posses this 'divine spark'? What philosophy do those people listen to? We all posses the Divine Spark, it's the spirit of God, the force that propels the universe forward, the evolutionary urge upward.
The man or woman of true reason seeks order in all things, and he shuns chaos. He is pleased by a harmonious relationship between all the elements of his life and the world. He rejects that which clashes and does not fit, that which is alien.
He is happy in the knowledge that what was true and good yesterday will be true and good tomorrow. Through order and harmony, he seeks true progress, which is the ascent of the Path of Life; but he shuns frivolous change, which destroys the harmony between the past and the future.
He loves truth, and he hates falsehood.
He loves beauty, and he hates ugliness.
He loves nobility in all things, and he hates baseness.
And all these predisposition's of the man or woman of true reason are like rays thrown out by the Divine Spark which burns in his soul. And this Divine Spark is the immanent consciousness of the Whole. It is the presence of the Creator's Urge in him."
-- The Path 6:2-8

CountBloodSpawn
Sunday, September 4th, 2005, 11:57 PM
We all posses the Divine Spark, it's the spirit of God, the force that propels the universe forward, the evolutionary urge upward.

I think there is something very real about the Divine Spark your talking about...I see it as the godhood of our people