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chariot1
chariot1Innlegg: 7330
09.08.09 15:02

 since things are a process of constant renewal, the varieties of this 'telluric' culture manifest themselves again wherever a cycle ends, wherever the heroic tension and the constructive will vanish and decadent and debased forms of life and spirituality start to reappear.
what is striking here is the correspondence of many aspects of contemporary civilisation to the civilisation of the Mother. In its external manifestations, this correspondence has already been noticed. "In the streets of Berlin, Paris or London," as for instance A.Baeumler, a famous National-Socialist scholar, wrote, "all you have to do is to observe for a moment a man or a woman to realise that the cult of Aphrodite is the one before which Zeus and Apollo had to beat a retreat...The present age bears, in fact, all the features of a gynaecocratic age. In a late and decadent civilisation, new temples of Isis and Astarte, of these Asian mother goddesses that were celebrated in orgies and licentiousness, in desperate sinking into sensual pleasure, arise. The fascinating female is the idol of our times, and, with painted lips, she walks through the European cities as she once did through Babylon. And as if she wanted to confirm Bachofen's profound intuition, the lightly dressed modern ruler of man keeps in leash a dog, the ancient symbol of unlimited sexual promiscuity and infernal forces". But these analogies can be much further developed.

Modern times are 'telluric', not only in their mechanistic and materialistic aspects, but also, and essentially, in several of their 'vitalist' aspects, in their various religions of Life, of the Irrational and of Becoming, precise antitheses of any 'classic' and 'Olympian' conception of the world. To Keyserling, many of the currents of the so-called 'world revolution' reveal a 'telluric' nature - that is to say irrational, mainly related to forms of courage, self-sacrifice, fervour and dedication without transcendent reference. In many cases, he is right.

With the advent of democracy, with the proclamation of the 'immortal principles' and the 'rights of man and citizen' and the subsequent development of these 'conquests' in Europe into Marxism and Communism, it is exactly the 'natural right', the leveling and anti-aristocratic law of the Mother, that the West has dug up, renouncing any 'solar' virile Aryan value and confirming, with the omnipotence so often granted to the collectivist element, the ancient irrelevance of the individual to the 'telluric'conception

And wherever the woman does not become the new idol of the masses under the modern forms of the movie 'star' and of similar fascinating Aphrodisian apparitions, she often asserts her primacy in new 'Amazonian' forms. Thus we see the new masculinised sportswoman, the garconne, the woman who devotes herself to the insane development of her own body, betrays her true mission, becomes emancipated and independent to the point of being able to choose the men that she would like to have and use. And this is not all.

In Anglo-Saxon civilisation, and particularly in America, the man who exhausts his life and time in business and the search for wealth, a wealth that, to a large extent, only serves to pay for feminine luxury, caprices, vices and refinements, has conceded to the woman the privilege and even the monopoly of dealing with 'spiritual' things. And it is precisely in this civilisation that we see a proliferation of 'spiritualist', spiritistic, mystic sects, in which the predominance of the feminine element is already significant in itself (the main one, the theosophical sect, was purely and simply created and managed by women, Blavatsky, Besant and, finally, Bailey).

Snipp1
Snipp1Innlegg: 24968
09.08.09 18:43

Når man bruker andres tekst på den måten du gjør her, er det vanlig å oppgi kilder.

Teksten du kopierer er til og med copyright-beskyttet.

http://thompkins_cariou.tripod.com/id8.html

 

chariot1
chariot1Innlegg: 7330
14.08.09 18:49

græskla monge så hadde noe bra å tilføye her nå, trampeklapp til snippen ossen fant du det egentlig ?

Snipp1
Snipp1Innlegg: 24968
14.08.09 19:58
chariot1: ossen fant du det egentlig ?

Google, selvfølgelig.

Vet du egentlig hvem Julius Evola var og hva han sto for?

chariot1
chariot1Innlegg: 7330
14.08.09 20:00
Snipp1: Vet du egentlig hvem Julius Evola var og hva han sto for?

ja lest noen av bøkene hans og bestilt Ride the tiger!

viste du ?

Snipp1
Snipp1Innlegg: 24968
14.08.09 20:04
chariot1: ja lest noen av bøkene hans og bestilt Ride the tiger! viste du ?

Jeg vet hvem Evola var, ja.

Men dersom du har studert verkene hans, så kunne du vel kanskje heller innlede til en debatt om temaet du tydeligvis er interessert i, i stedet for å lime inn et langt innlegg uten kommentarer og uten kildehenvisning?

chariot1
chariot1Innlegg: 7330
14.08.09 20:10

følte ikke for det akkurat da var på jobben, teksten snakker for segselv da sikkert de viktigste bøkene jeg kommer til å lese.

hva synes dere om han da ?

(Innlegget ble redigert 14.08.09 20:18)

Immaculate
ImmaculateInnlegg: 1952
14.08.09 20:13
chariot1: følte ikke for det akkurat da var på jobben, teksten snakker for segselv da sikkert de viktigste bøkene jeg kommer til å lese. hva synes du om han da ?

Teksten snakker sikkert for seg selv, men hvorfor skulle jeg begynne å lese teksten hvis jeg ikke har en problemstilling å sette meg inn i?

Navnebruker
NavnebrukerInnlegg: 11787
14.08.09 21:18
chariot1: hva synes dere om han da ?

Er det ikke noen litteratur-grupper her hvor man kan diskutere forfattere?

Hva er det egentlig du vil diskutere i forhold til teksten du la frem liksom? For eller imot? :)

chariot1
chariot1Innlegg: 7330
12.09.09 12:08

In reality, the entrance of the woman with equal rights into practical modern life, her new freedom, her finding herself side by side with men in the streets offices, professions, factories, sports and now even in political and military life is one of those dissolutive phenomena in which in most cases, it is difficult to perceive anything positive.
in essence all this is simply the renunciation of the woman's right to be a woman.
the destructive effects so often produced in modern women by a mistaken vocation or warped ambitions, and also the force of circumstances enter into the equation. Thus when the race of true men is also nearly extinct and modern man has little left of virility in a higher sense, there is little point in the saying about the true man's capacity to "redeem" to save the woman within
It is certain that in an epoch of dissolution  the solution for woman is more diffucult than that for the man.

Gullkorn hentet fra Evola's "ride the tiger"

Evola
EvolaInnlegg: 375
28.09.09 20:54
chariot1: Gullkorn hentet fra Evola's "ride the tiger"

Den leser jeg akkurat nå. Kan absolutt anbefales.

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