Tag : Love

North American, European Public: Finally Wake Up, Damn It!

“Year after year, month after month, I see two sides of the world; two extremes which are getting more and more disconnected:
I see great cities like Homs in Syria, reduced to horrifying ruins. I see Kabul and Jalalabad in Afghanistan, fragmented by enormous concrete walls intended to protect NATO occupation armies and their local puppets. I see monstrous environmental devastation in places such as Indonesian Borneo, Peruvian gold mining towns, or the by now almost uninhabitable atoll island-nations of Oceania: Tuvalu, Kiribati or Marshall Islands.
I see slums, a lack of sanitation and clean drinking water, where the boots of Western empires have been smashing local cultures, enslaving people and looting natural resources.”

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Mysteries of the Kingdom of Shambhala

Shambhala, which is a Sanskrit word meaning “place of peace” or “place of silence”, is a mythical paradise spoken of in ancient texts, including the Kalachakra Tantra and the ancient scriptures of the Zhang Zhung culture which predated Tibetan Buddhism in western Tibet. According to legend, it is a land where only the pure of heart can live, a place where love and wisdom reigns and where people are immune to suffering, want or old age.

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Notre-Dame de Paris Fire and the War on Beauty

The burning of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris should be seen as an act of war by the state on the Church. We do not need proof. 200 years of Free Masonic war on the Church in France is enough to justify our suspicion.
When false flags were waved a few years ago, everyone was posting memes on social media with “Pray for Paris”. Where are the prayers now? The great Catholic theologian Urs Von Balthasar once said that men who would forget the sense of beauty would forget how to pray and eventually forget how to love. Notre-Dame was a testimony to the truth of the church. Its majesty mocked man’s scepticism. It was difficult even for an unbelieving man to enter it without a sense of awe; without feeling a certain…. revulsion at humanist pride.

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The Blaze of Hate

The Rabbis do not regret the Paris disaster. “It’s Divine punishment for burning the Talmud,” divines a prominent Jewish divine, the Bethel Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, about the Notre Dame fire. In 1242 the French investigated the Talmud, established that the codex contains volumes of hate speech, and finally burned 1200 codices in the square of the freshly-built Notre Dame Cathedral. “The time for punishment is here,” the Rabbi intones dramatically. Not so fast, Rabbi! If we must connect these two events – the historical burning of the Talmud and the recent destruction of the church, the real point of the story is that France once had a strong, virile immune system. That medieval destruction of that evil book built up a healthy immunity to Talmudic legalisms that helped the cathedral survive wars and revolutions for the magic number of 777 years. But nothing, alas, lasts forever: the resistance of the French people has exhausted itself.

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The World to Come

[NW’s Note: Chris Hedges’ vision may seem very pessimistic, but many elements are already present and others close to manifest themselves. However, nothing in the matter seems eternal, not even such a totalitarian world. Will the delivery of a desirable New World for Humanity be painless?] [Source: Truth dig] The World to Come The ruling […]

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Note on Femininity and Masculinity

The point of view presented here follows the essentialist line according to which essence or spirit precedes existence (in matter). Biological masculinity and femininity are then the consequence of archetypes or more subtle patterns. These are themselves derived from cosmic (or universal) principles or from the divine. Male essence is the cause of male biology. […]

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The Tree

In the Garden of Eden,Lived a huge tree,The eternal witness,Infinite wisdom.This tree was bearing fruits,Since the dawn of time,And fed them,Like a mother her children.This tree loved its fruits,Golden apples by myriads,And these were the tree,And they were fighting each other.Universe alone,It was only harmony,And its breast vibrated,And its heart was singing,To the great CreatorFrom […]

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The Man And The Child

O man! harmful animal!How many of your brothers,How many of your sisters,On your mother Earth,Will you chase?On your mother Earth,Will you exterminate?So often, you close your eyes,So often, you shut up your heart,To your screaming child,To your crying child!Filled with your importance,From the top of your haughtiness,How could you,Why would you wantTo pore over the […]

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Twins

Captive soulOf dark shores,Under the fire of Satan,Under the glare of the Sun,At the bottom of the abyss,You fell crying,At the bottom of the flesh,You are lying.You who with no lifeThe worlds imagines, To hide your troubleAnd calm your regretNot to be able to goWhere yesterday you lived,You who knows onlyThe fear of being alone,Since […]

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The No Name

He is the time that passes,The flowing stream,The rising mountainAnd the sea that extends.He is the flight of a bird,The race of a cheetah,Spider web,Shells on the sand.He is the smile of a woman,The look of a man,The voice of a childAnd the skin of an old man.He is the one who loves,He is the […]

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Glance on the Apocalypse

As in other troubled times, such as the Great Plague of the Middle Ages, many humans seek to mitigate their growing concern for the future by consulting soothsayers, oracles, psychics, and prophecies of all kinds. Beside them, others fear nothing of this order. Two major questions then arise: what distinguishes those who are afraid from […]

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