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  1. Vejiortan

    Vejiortan Geheimrat Baron

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    This thread should be used by those wishing to discuss aeoli's blog posts in more depth and detail.

    There's also an "internal discussion thread for aeoli posts" for typed members.
     
  2. Apercus

    Apercus Benefactor of Humanity Baron

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    I was thumbing through a very entertaining old '70s business advice paperback I had when I realized that I never responded to Aeoli's post on rank like I said I would.

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    I try not to take formal hierarchies at face value.
     
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    Kensuimo Well-Known Member Typed

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    "Cerebellum: Intuition
    Occipital: Simulation
    Parietal: Semantics
    Frontal: Association
    Temporal: Pattern recognition"

    @Aeoli Pera

    Can you explain these a bit? Parietal is the only one that feels like it makes complete sense. Do you ascribe cerebellum function primarily to Txs? And what exactly is the distinction between pattern recognition and association? Certainly both latfrontal and frontcone are in agreement with your assessment (see Koanic's take on John Boyd in BP), but I thought pattern recognition was more of an occ function.
     
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  4. Vejiortan

    Vejiortan Geheimrat Baron

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    Regarding this post : Alt-Right cosmology and the Ocarina of Time | https://aeolipera.wordpress.com/2017/12/04/alt-right-cosmology-and-the-ocarina-of-time/

    The six-pointed star is not necessarily a "star of david" - it is also a symbol for the fourth chakra (and since three stones represent the first three chakras, it does make sense to have a symbol for the fourth)
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    Denugent's worldview is not "indoaryan paganism", but a combination of new-age and esoteric h!tlerism. It is manichaean (luziferian actually), but that isn't a trait is has from indo-european religion.

    Manichaeanism (which became the namesake for dualistic worldviews) itself was developed by :
    "Mani, an Arsacid Persian by birth, was born in 216 CE in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), which was ruled by Persia, then within the Sassanid Empire province of Asuristan. According to the Cologne Mani-Codex, Mani's parents were members of the Jewish Christian Gnostic sect known as the Elcesaites."
    "Mani believed that the teachings of Buddha, Zoroaster, and Jesus were incomplete, and that his revelations were for the entire world, calling his teachings the "Religion of Light"."
    So this mani himself was developing his religion out of the teachings of the founders of three new religious movements (buddhism, zoroastrism, christianity), all three of which arose in opposition to the leading religions of their countries (buddhism against hinduism, zoroastrism against indo-iranian paganism, christianity against judaism).

    Traditional indo-european religion was anything but dualistic - dualistic movements were a revolution against it.
     
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  5. Brilliand

    Brilliand Active Member Typed

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    True, but nowadays it relates more strongly to the Star of David / Seal of Solomon. There are better symbols for the heart chakra - for example, an EIGHT-pointed star.
     
  6. BiceBiceBice

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    Nowadays is a great word, imagine being a 14 000 year old antediluvian hibernating on low grade sape-blood and then one day that sweet 10% thal blood comes around and then you come around only to find that your cool mysticism has been co-opted by the teletubbies. What do?
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    Clowns are the new(?) pedos. I never had any relation to clowns, I guess the huwyte make-up fooled me like a thard and flew under my radar which is funny because im of the "99% of whites are not white" crowd. Time to start firebombing circuses.
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  7. Brilliand

    Brilliand Active Member Typed

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    Change the symbol, while keeping it reminiscent of the old.


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  8. BiceBiceBice

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    "Change the symbol, while keeping it reminiscent of the old." yeah, but then you might get the purist vs pragmatic autistic butthurt screeching, maybe, not that it probably matters. The swastika looks like a cog to me, a piece of machinery that goes round and round like a wheel but better, like a, well, a cog. Such a thing can not be changed to much if it actually needs to operate and work, I guess it does matter, maybe.

    Trump really went overboard in saving Christmas, i'm not even mad.

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    Latvian man lights up swastika Christmas ornament, authorities say it's a folk symbol | https://www.rt.com/news/413433-latvian-display-not-swastika/
     
  9. Brilliand

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    One way or another, if your old symbol was compromised, you need to redefine a symbol. It's usually easier to define a new symbol than to retake a symbol that another group has claimed.

    The cog imagery you mention is part of the current meaning of the symbol. If the symbol were compromised, it *wouldn't* mean that.
     

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