Imagine the Sphinx (or a frog?) next to the pyramids sitting in a reflecting pool of water.... In short, my blogs are a series of thought clusters on the origins of the state, religion, mythology, and their significance today. A major theme is reflected by the story *blogs 8,9) of Prince and Princess Goldenlocks;. http://jesusthebogomil.blogspot.com From time to time, some of the blogs may be edited and revised. PS I remain convinced that humankind must (and will) return to the wood to survive.
The breaking of the 11th Commandment created a future on the
other side of the design of the Nature of Man.
Since contra-nature designs are man=made, it naturally wipes out the
feminine. It is not in the nature of the feminine to impose the ‘fur tax’,
which is collected by tearing the skin off the body the feminine gives birth
to. It is in the nature of the feminine to give birth to all things beginning
with plants and ending with man. While the feminine does not shirk
difficulties, it was the masculine that brought cruelty and teaches us to praise
God for it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb3zClHDCOM
. While the son, coerced by the father to join him in the hunt for elk in the
rutting season, suffers from ‘buck fever’ and suffers an emotional breakdown
after the kill, it is the father who implicitly promises to reward the son for
the ‘kill’ with humilitated womanhood, re: a go at a prostitute at the men’s
lodge in the wood after he is the first to bruise (fuck) her to impress the sun
with his manhood. The clip is the modern version of ‘initiation’ of a boy in
Unfortunately, such initiations are a way of replacing our time in the
present with a time in the future.
To put it in another way: We force on ourselves, by means of modern
manhood, a violence accepting future. This is proven by the boy raising his
hands and crying out: “Thank you, Lord!”
It also illustrates the ways of the capitalist state, which, I have argued,
begins with the building of the capitalist government when the ‘fur tax’ or
yasek or iasek is instituted and Itsak becomes our king. While these
developments are most recent;y (16th and 17th centuries)
illustrated on the territory of Russiahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siberian_fur_trade
, it most likely arrived there by way of the West, where the forests and
wildlife were cleared and eliminated first. By the time it reached America, the
devastation of nature was aided by the Gatling gun, which not only gunned down
the buffalo, but went on to eliminate
, in the name of ‘democracy’, the American Indian and established the most
sophisticated dictatorship over humankind the world has ever known.
Be that as it may, Russia
proceeded as a capitalist country before the U.S. through the ‘good’ offices of
Peter the Great, the great Monster leaders of state http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/peter_the_great.htm.
While most historians, brainwashed by a Western bias insist that the Tsar was
an innovator and brought Russia
into the modern age, when viewed in retrospect from our time, is little short
of a monster.
As the picture of Peter in the above link shows, he is no more mature than
a punk youth of our time, who has wrapped himself in a sable skin shawl and
toga of ‘soft gold’, or, if you will, the evidence of slaughter of wild life.
Even so, the wholesale slaughter of life to benefit a few capitalists began
with the slaughter of the feminine. The above link, which shows a young boy’s
trauma so well, is what the Jesuit band in government accomplishes so well in
our time. We can see this in their own Pope, who even before Mary==in spite of
his protests==is a thoroughly castrated and outcast man. His letter sent to Brisbane before the G20
received no response from the conferees. If you really wish to know, type: Brisbane’s response to
letter of pope. Answer=0.
But then again, it was the Globalist Catholic Church and its Jewish
collaborators who destroyed the Commandments of Moses, so that the 11th
, which disallowed taxation (the fur tax then) could be eliminated.
To repeat: while the first victims of taxation were animals in the wood,
and the executioners were the men of the wood (trappers nd their like), it was
the soulless city which compelled them to the violence through the princes who
were jealous of the charismatic power of the King.
While this story is for obvious reasons repressed today, we may see its
beginnings in the story of Saul. This story, too, begins with the suppression
of the feminine in its divine aspects. For those who have no inkling of the
story, let me end the blog by saying that in the beginning the Sun was a
feminine name. We are left traces of this in German, where the Sun is called
Sonne, the Balt languages where its name is Saule, and Russian, whre its name
solntse,* all feminine names.
*Said by those who know Russian to be a gender neutral word. But that may not be an anthropologist's view, but simply that of a grammarian.
I live near the Latvian-Estonian border--on the Latvian side. I am 78 years old. If I had my way, I would let the land go fallow and see it regrow with forests. As for cities, I would not be sorry to see the sea wash over most of them. I fancy myself a story teller. My preconception, so to speak, is to reach for a not-violent world. The reader will find me focused on the latter in most of my blogs.