View Poll Results: What is your faith?

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  • (Germanic) heathenry

    124 30.92%
  • Christianity

    93 23.19%
  • Agnosticism

    45 11.22%
  • Atheism

    67 16.71%
  • Other (specify)

    71 17.71%
  • Pantheism

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  • Deism

    1 0.25%
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Thread: What is Your Religion/Faith?

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    exactly! I'm for anything that will advance or speed up our progress as a people. Even if we have to kill off half the world while doing it

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    The Left Hand path...
    All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream at night, in the dusky recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams, with open eyes, to make it possible.

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    Originally posted by Sepp-Übermensch
    The Left Hand path...
    Yes, but only to Neo-Pagans. To the ancient Pagans, their worship was very much the Right Hand Path. However, none of us can be ancient Pagans unless we have a time machine, so I guess you're right.

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    If an Aryan wishes to consider his relation with his gods, and gods are unique to the IE traditions, let us not confuse these traditions with religion. religion is much more rigid, full of dogma, bereft of sense sometimes, which many find easy to justify, with the use of mere words.

    Traditions are Aryan thus, and lores for mythology.

    There we see religion and mythology, what others have, off the context for our traditions.

    How unique can we get?
    And considering that our heritage, in each Aryan tradition is so much grand, with values that none other has, it is a basis itself.

    Reacting to pagan or religion(the words), will be akin to reacting to the middle eastern denominations.

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    Originally posted by Rahul
    If an Aryan wishes to consider his relation with his gods, and gods are unique to the IE traditions, let us not confuse these traditions with religion. religion is much more rigid, full of dogma, bereft of sense sometimes, which many find easy to justify, with the use of mere words.
    Traditions are Aryan thus, and lores for mythology.
    There we see religion and mythology, what others have, off the context for our traditions.
    How unique can we get?
    And considering that our heritage, in each Aryan tradition is so much grand, with values that none other has, it is a basis itself.
    Reacting to pagan or religion(the words), will be akin to reacting to the middle eastern denominations.
    True, to a certain degree. But if one is too unique, none will understand him. Aryans also have many things that bind them together, common threads running through the theme, and for this to be so some uniqueness must be sacrificed.
    What I was telling Berserker was not that he couldn't feel as he wished about his beliefs, but how to best communicate those beliefs using words that would ensure others interpret his sayings as close to reality as possible. It's true that we are but dreams within a dream, yet this gets lonely. I choose to accept a little rigidity in words (not in beliefs!) so that I may pierce the dream, and see what my fellows dream too. If I may quote some dialogue between Reginald Johnston, tutor to the last emperor of China, and His Majesty:
    A matter of words, perhaps, but words are important.
    Why are words important?
    Because if You can't say what You mean You will never mean what You say, and a gentleman <<or an Aryan -d6>> should always mean what he says.

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    Post Religion

    National Socialism is enough. There are no need for any other religion.

    The seriously students of National Socialism will find that NS is mostly based on Darwinism, Social Darwinism, Eughenic science, as much as Nietzscheism.
    The more seriously students of NS are already recognize the influence of the Racial theories made by some phylosophers of the 18-19th Century.

    Also in NS could be found the elements of Nordic Mythology, which were not the 'creed' and very changeable. SS was like a cult, with full of Odinists 'rithuals'. Belive it or not, you can check SS HANDBOOK.

    Personally I don't see the reasons for praying to the Jew on the Cross or to the Primitive Pagan Mechanism. I really don't see any inspiration in the Gods, but in the ancient aryan warriors. The real battle moral are based on the love toward our own Race/Nation and could be based on the pain which we feel when we see the destruction and degeneracy by our own people.

    P.Z.

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    To avoid offending each other, what we all need to get straight is the terms we should use for the various forms of worship of various different gods and the types of beliefs associated with them.

    This is what I propose:

    RELIGIONS: Total fanatical devotion to only one god, and is intolerant of people who worship no god, who have other gods or people who worship the same god in another way.
    Includes Christians, Jews and Muslims.

    TRADITIONS & LORE: Loose ideas and advice which is helpful in life, also includes things that have been done for ages. Does not demand fanatical devotion, but rather says that you SHOULD adhere to the advice, but if you don't it's your own fault!
    Includes all pre-christian Aryan religions.

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    I think that our knowledge lay in the eternal struggle for researching Natural Laws. We should not be the pagans who personificate natural laws, because they didn't have so much developed science. But I stand that the science wouldn't be so greate like it is today, that they (The pagans our ancestors) didn't exist.

    We must take the good thing from the past and present to create the better future. Rebirth.
    But some people try to rebuild the Pagan system so much that they forget in which year they live, and what kind of future is afore us. They live in their pagan world and they don't posses conscious for the time.

    If someone want to be the Pagan because of tradition, it is not my bussiness, and really I am not interesting in it. Pagan Holydays are very good and remind the future generations on their ancestors - who were they, and what is their wisdom.

    But the situation with Christianity is something else. Privately I can't understand the fact that comrade who is NS, belive and pray to dying Jew on the cross. It is very contrary to our stands. That religion had not been made by Aryans, and even if someone claims else, I would say then that those Aryans who invented Christianity were nothing but degenerics.

    I repeat that this is my personal point of view, and it should not affect to anyone. With this thread, I am not speaking in the name of any White Racial Group.

    NordicPower88, do you think that I am wrong on this one?
    Whatever you say, I am not against it, because I think that we all should find the common language, and start the first seriously discussion. Many comrades avoid this subject, but I think that it is a little bit of cowardice.

    P.Z.

    P.S. NP88 read the SS handbook, and you will see the greate pagan tradition in SS division but also there are some changes because it had to be according to NS.

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    I personally can understand how a person can learn many valuable lessons from Christianity, i.e.: the subjugating of selfish interests for the greater good of the group (State). The willingness to die before surrendering one's belief.I don't consider myself to be a christian; however, I think a person can follow the teaching of Jesus and stay true to the race. Jesus was very critical of the jew. He called them children of the devil. I consider myself to be religious, but in a more mystical and magical way than christianity provides. I like to think of Jesus in the Gnostic way as one who came to free the jew from the tribal god yahweh and introduce him to the all pervasive god Brahman.

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    Originally posted by NordicPower88
    To avoid offending each other, what we all need to get straight is the terms we should use for the various forms of worship of various different gods and the types of beliefs associated with them.
    This is what I propose:
    RELIGIONS: Total fanatical devotion to only one god, and is intolerant of people who worship no god, who have other gods or people who worship the same god in another way.
    Includes Christians, Jews and Muslims.
    Umm... some of us are Christian and not necessarily fanatics. I don't get upset when the Pope is called the Whore of Babylon because he is, but to lump all Christians in as fanatics is absurd.

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