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  1. "Chosen People"

    Hate to break the bad news, but mainstream (non "Judeo-Christian") Christianity believes itself to be the "Chosen", not the Jews who are "desolate." The old prophets predicted and Jesus confirmed...
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    Re: Why We Must Return to the Land

    Urbanizaton is indeed 'the problem' so long as we understand the phases in its evolution. I have little doubt that East European Slavic cities are still quite nice places to live. The sense of...
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    Re: What is the Aryavarta?

    Rig Veda and the Norse Eddas share a common root. As far as 'Aryan thought' goes RV is nearer in time to that root.

    The recent notion that Brahmnistic religion spread OUT from India in very early...
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    Re: What is the Aryavarta?

    Rig Veda and the Norse Eddas share a common root. As far as 'Aryan thought' goes RV is nearer in time to that root.

    The recent notion that Brahmnistic religion spread OUT from India in very early...
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    Re: What is the Aryavarta?

    The early Vedic Aryans were polytheists with roughly the same pantheon as the Greeks and Norse. Some of the gods have a clear and common origin with the ancient Indo-Europeans from which we have no...
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    Re: What is the Aryavarta?

    The early Vedic Aryans were polytheists with roughly the same pantheon as the Greeks and Norse. Some of the gods have a clear and common origin with the ancient Indo-Europeans from which we have no...
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    Re: What is the Aryavarta?

    Aryavarta or Bharatvarsha are just a geographic terms. "Land of the Aryans." What it's ancient or modern boundaries are depends on who's talking - though NW India is certainly included. The...
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    Re: The Song of the Sun, The Song of our Father

    Poetic and moving. A couple of observations/questions though.

    Who is the author and is it reproducible?

    I note the caste arrangement is Indo-Aryan from the Book and Manu, not specifically...
  9. You might want to seek out some sort of...

    You might want to seek out some sort of organizing principle here. Otherwise, you'll end up with an enormous list of qualities, markers and variants.

    One that might allow you to assign weight to...
  10. I didn't expect the word 'justification' to be a...

    I didn't expect the word 'justification' to be a problem since the nihilistic conclusion requires a line of reasoning and proofs.

    ER, based in finite mathematics, was the 'scientific' basis of...
  11. I believe for Nietzsche, ER was merely a starting...

    I believe for Nietzsche, ER was merely a starting point. It was the justification for his nihilism. If we were to say (and science currently does), that the universe is one-shot, gravitationally open...
  12. Edric touches on notions of creation that also...

    Edric touches on notions of creation that also appear in science, mythology and philosophy. Is(Are) the Creator(s) alive or did they merely jump-start the universe and leave/die?

    The core of this...
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    The word 'recruitment' was not meant to imply...

    The word 'recruitment' was not meant to imply anything in particular that is not already part and parcel to WN. Ideas, reasonable or deliberate lie, are propagated with the intent of convincing or...
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    Race and Ethnos, Part II

    This is a repost of original discussion which went seriously off-topic. I've collected in short most the related posts and summarized/paraphrased them (like the 'minutes' of a meeting). If I left...
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    Doesn't the board have a policy against...

    Doesn't the board have a policy against advocating the banishment of Cellulites, Israelites and Stalagmites?
  16. It appears, from the little info there is in the...

    It appears, from the little info there is in the story, that they're using mathematics developed for 'phylogenetic' analysis on language. This suggests to me that they have assigned numeric value to...
  17. Interesting. The method is not described in the...

    Interesting. The method is not described in the article nor why it is superior to other differential studies. How, exactly, does one apply phylogenetic methods to language study??
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    The suggestion was indeed a bit much. But my...

    The suggestion was indeed a bit much. But my original question stands. What point is being made?

    The long exposure of Europe to institutional Christianity had little effect. A Christian veneer was...
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    What's the point here? The brief condemnation of...

    What's the point here? The brief condemnation of a few Jews...



    doesn't change the fact that Jesus and his followers, excepting Luke, were Jews. This is old hat in Christian Identity circles....
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    Important! Poll! I categorically reject the singular, eternal and...

    I categorically reject the singular, eternal and omnipotent God. Forever is a long time to go crazy or simply decide that things are just too boring. Good night, forever. Is it within God's power to...
  21. Keep it civil, gentlemen.

    Keep it civil, gentlemen.
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    Every once in a while I tire of philosophy and...

    Every once in a while I tire of philosophy and wax poetic. He he.
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    Out of place

    I'm an old man. But not far from the 'modern' world. A thousand diapers I've changed. Still, a "Women's Gathering" is alien to me.

    You are different creatures, and we men, different too.
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    I believe on a cognitive level humans tend to...

    I believe on a cognitive level humans tend to gloss large and small differences. A family argument with a brother-in-law takes on the same emotional load as antipathy directed at larger external...
  25. Not a science yet.

    America may be the hotbed of the new world-culture, but it is indeed a world phenomena. Russia is certainly at risk and when it sweeps over her the expression of it will be flavored by local...
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