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    Post What is Aryan?

    I think that the latter project is being constructed on this forum, albeit in an ad-hoc fashion.

    However, I would like to see us all place our Aryan cards on the table so that we can reach a general consensus on what Aryan IS [I say this after reading your resonse to Nazzjonalist on the Aryan nature of Buddhism] - in this context of traditions and lores.

    This has to be done, otherwise we will all be talking at cross-purposes.
    My posts here give a general thrust of what I consider to be Aryan in the cultural/spiritual realm, and I will reiterate it if others will add their contributions as to 'What is Aryan'?

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    Post A new thread

    Originally posted by Moody Lawless
    My posts here give a general thrust of what I consider to be Aryan in the cultural/spiritual realm, and I will reiterate it if others will add their contributions as to 'What is Aryan'?
    This is something we should really do, but under what section to we determine what is an Aryan, is it Political, Philosophical, Traditional, Historical, or what else?

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    Post Re: A new thread

    Originally posted by Nazzjonalist
    This is something we should really do, but under what section to we determine what is an Aryan, is it Political, Philosophical, Traditional, Historical, or what else?
    The question ought to be whether only "western" is Aryan, along with all monotheistic baggages?

    Or even if the modern judeo-christian west exists as a mere jewish diversionary tactic?

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    The question ought to be whether only "western" is Aryan, along with all monotheistic baggages?
    I'm of the opinion that Christian Identity "christianity" is reactionary and Christianity is dying out. That's going to leave a cultural void, and the question is, what to fill it with.

    Or even if the modern judeo-christian west exists as a mere jewish diversionary tactic?
    That is an interesting question. If the West is the Faustian civilization of everything west of Poland, including white North America and Australia and New Zealand, then I think it exists.
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    That is an interesting question. If the West is the Faustian civilization of everything west of Poland, including white North America and Australia and New Zealand, then I think it exists.
    That certainly exists. But the so-called mainstream west, some have spoken in emphatic terms, is the Judeo-Christian west with its Zion centrist world view. And that is what I pointed towards. This is certainly tainted with both liberalism and christian fanaticism. Christian Identity stands out as something totally unique.

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    Getting a precise definition of what is meant by religious and by spiritual is not easy, but I suspect some associate religion with "rules" and spirituality with "freedom". I tend to see spirituality and religion as connected, with one feeding and nourishing the other. It's common nowadays to describe oneself as "spiritual not religious", but there are dangers with some aspects of the "spiritual not religious" movement, too. Some forms of spirituality are really nothing more than glorified self-improvement, and can be highly narcissistic. When people are part of a larger faith community, it's easier to be at the service of others and less directed towards oneself.
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