Wednesday, February 13, 2013

An Empty Moon, Aquarius And The “End Of History”…

In 1912 the Titanic couldn’t sink and the idea of a possible future war was ridiculed as preposterously outdated and indicative of an ill-educated reactionary.

In 1969 man landed on the moon. This was a genuine first. For the first time in human history man left his native habitat, pierced the heavens and set foot on alien terrain. It was the penultimate expression of man’s ingenuity and the conquest of rational logic over bygone superstitions.

The future was now! There was no turning back!

Ironically, that turned out to be a big nothing.

An accomplishment millions of years in the making is now just 40+ years behind us and the reaction to the whole thing is a great big, ‘meh, whatever.”

The reason?

Simple…it was empty.

The moon was empty of epiphany or meaning. The “giant leap for mankind” landed with a dull thud for the simple reason that there just isn’t a big “there” out there.

And this devoid-of-meaning triumph came at the end of the 1960’s when upper-middle class White kids were basking in the ‘dawning of the age of Aquarius’, when peace, love and progress would lead the way.

Fast-forward 40 years later and they’re all fat old people living in gated communities within the crumbling, decadent wasteland they helped to create.

And today their offspring are championing for the “end of history”, the “god particle”, “Jesus’ return” and “racial equality”.

You can see a pattern here.

Is it any wonder pharmaceutical companies have grown rich selling reality suppressing “anti-depressants”?

The denial of truth isn't noble.

And there is nothing brave, courageous or daring in the act of chasing the wind.

History is relevant. And history tells us that those who believe they can erase history or escape its hold are blind fools doomed to a tragic end.

Blood & Soil (family and earth -race and nations) are the only foundations for a solid, meaningful existence.

Mix them or deny them and you've cut yourself loose into the whirlwind.