Life and survival. The poorer you are the more native you are. The older you are the more primitive you are.
Is life and survival is a struggle for you? Then know that you are more native than those whose life and survival is not a struggle. You will be rewarded in heaven. The harder life is for you, the more native you are, as in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic man, who were purely native to their environments.
Central question of this website.
- Why do we have to die before we attain eternal bliss?
- Why can’t we attain nirvana like Christ and the Buddha before we die?
Imitate Christ and the Buddha.
Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ.
1 Corinthians 11:1.
Whoever says he abides in him ought to walk in the same way in which he walked.
1 John 2:6.
To operate or think in the opposite or inverse direction of capitalism or instincts, (because the poorer you are the more native or primitive you are), is to imitate Christ and the Buddha.
The Great Renunciation.
The young Siddhartha Gautama grew up surrounded by luxury and wealth. He was protected from the harsh realities of life by his father who had been warned that his son would withdraw from the world should he encounter such sights. However, one day when riding outside the palace grounds, the future Buddha saw four things that deeply disturbed him; an old man, a sick man, a dead man and finally a wandering holy man who had given up his home and family to search for knowledge. The prince became determined to find the reason for human suffering and the final cure for it. He decided to leave his luxurious life, wives and palace to seek spiritual salvation. One night he left his palace accompanied by his attendant and richly bridled horse. When far from the city he took off his princely jewellery and clothes and cut off his hair and beard with his sword. He changed his royal robes for the simple robes worn by holy men and gave his horse to his attendant.
The Great Renunciation perfectly matches the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism. Siddhartha Gautama turned from the life of a wealthy prince in a luxurious palace, hidden from the miseries of the world, to the life of a poor and starving holy man. This is why or how Siddhartha Gautama attained nirvana and became the Buddha.
Wandering in the forest with five other holy men Siddhartha followed a very strict regime of fasting and deprivation until he almost starved to death.
Siddhartha Gautama deserved divinity because of his Great Renunciation and because of his almost dying of starvation.
Realising at last that he had failed to acquire spiritual knowledge by such extreme means he resolved to seek it by a moderate ‘Middle Way’. He took food and seated himself under a Bodhi tree or ‘Tree of Wisdom’, vowing not to move until he had gained enlightenment and finally solved the mystery of human suffering.
Siddhartha then entered deep meditation and through the following night had a succession of realisations that culminated in a final understanding of the cause of human suffering and sorrow. He saw his own successive re-births, how all beings passed into the higher and lower worlds and finally how craving, desire and ignorance are the cause of the process of re-birth. With this realisation he became a Buddha which means ‘Awakened One’. He remained for seven days under the Bodhi tree or ‘tree of wisdom’.
Parable of the Golden Doctor.
Imagine if a doctor was like a Buddhist or Christian monk and cured and saved peoples lives not for a huge salary, but just to keep in the Buddha’s Middle Way. Is there reward in heaven for such a doctor? What this doctor did goes against every animal instinct. This doctor goes against nature. This doctor is more than golden. This doctor would be a truly advanced being.
Like the doctor analogy, I am trying to operate or think in the opposite or inverse direction of capitalism or instincts. I am deliberately maintaining hundredaire status. What I do is read literature, mix music, and practice relativity and botany, in order to balance the arts with the sciences or the unfundamental with the fundamental.
Liberal democracies and especially western capitalist governments will never teach you the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism, because they are secular and capitalist. But religion does. Western governments are all about wealth and making you rich, they are driven by economic growth and profits and they literally educate you from birth to go for the maximum wage and to save up as much money as possible. However, the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism operates or thinks in the opposite or inverse direction of capitalism or instincts.
The inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism is never nationalist, nazi or hard like a skinhead. It is based and founded entirely on religion such as Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Christianity. Therefore, it is very compassionate, kind, charitable (even to non-natives) and gentle like a Buddhist or Christian monk. However, this does not mean we are anti-racist, or obsequiously kind and charitable to the point giving our own country and women away to non-natives.
Parable of the Golden Politicians.
Imagine if far-right politicians such as Nick Griffin and Adam Walker became full on mendicant Buddhist monks, that is renounced all of their wealth, wore the orange or crimson robes, shaved their heads and lived the strict lives of ascetic monks, yet crucially were still far-right and politically active. Would anti-fascists still boo, jeer, milkshake, intimidate and beat up Buddhist monks? This is honestly the type of devotion, faith and sacrifice that is required from us far-right people in order to save native white people and to prove 100% our beliefs, virtues and convictions. This is what the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism requires of us. This is what the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism is all about.
Similarly, would you forgive Adolf Hitler if he renounced all his wealth and became a full on mendicant and ascetic Buddhist monk?
Nobility and altruism.
This theory started as ‘white nativism’ which to begin with was very white and heavily engrossed in Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Viking art, symbolism and culture. (Check my very first posts for proof). White nativism eventually developed into the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism. Whether you think that white nativism is racist or not I do not care. Politically accurate people are very altruistic and noble, we passionately believe in our own people and we deliberately pursue poverty and lower status to that end. However, it is entirely relative and depends on who you ask.
1. The inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism works backwards or inversely to capitalism or instincts because the poorer you are the more native you are.
2. The inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism works backwards or inversely to capitalism or instincts because the older you are the more primitive you are.
The above concepts are entirely noble and altruistic and were thought of out of total and genuine care and concern for my own people, the native Europeans.
Because of two world wars not only do Europeans not want to conquer anymore, they do not defend themselves either.
Read the whole website before you judge me, and see if I am not noble and altruistic.
How does one practice the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism?
It is a form of asceticism.
We have no desire for a lot of money and give a lot of what little we have away.
How does it work?
It is about looking back instead of forward. The poorer you are the more native you are. That is it looks back to the poor, primitive, prehistoric and past, instead of the rich, advanced, modern and future. This concerns individual people as well as countries. Instead of look at the new world superpower we look back to the old power and glory of the Old Testament.
What field exactly is the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism?
It is my faith and my belief.
It is religion, scripture and parables.
What is the difference between Jesus Christ and the Buddha and animals?
Food (which is energy).
Animals such as birds are funny because they never think about sharing food, they just go for the belly or the energy of life, that is the fats, protein and nutrients etc, without even considering another bird or animal.
The benefits of sociality are not limited to mutual protection and cooperative behaviours such as food-sharing have been documented for some of the higher primates, including chimpanzees, bonobos and capuchin monkeys.
Food-sharing also plays an important role. Male chimpanzees exchange meat for support against adversaries and have also been known to raid domestic crops for items that may be traded against favours.
(Humans: from the beginning, by Christopher Seddon, page 24-25).
Higher primates share food in exchange for favours, however, it is very rare indeed for animals to intentionally and consciously share food with one another. When animals see other hungry or starving animals they usually think to themselves ‘not a chance in hell.’
It is exceedingly rare for a squirrel to intentionally and consciously given a nut to another squirrel.
No animal in creation has ever intentionally and consciously cared for or healed another sick or injured animal. When animals see another sick or injured animal they think to themselves ‘you’re on your own.’
What is the one thing that no human being in creation has done that Jesus Christ and the Buddha did? What is the one difference between say the Queen or superstar DJs and Jesus Christ or the Buddha?
Money (which is exchangeable for energy).
Apart from Jesus Christ and the Buddha and perhaps Saint Francis of Assisi and his followers, no human has ever intentionally and consciously given all of their money away, or deliberately pursued poverty.
When it comes to money humans think similar to animals. When humans see another poor human being in need of money, they usually think to themselves ‘get out of my face, not a chance in hell.’
Jesus or Einstein?
Who do you believe in Albert Einstein or Jesus Christ? What is unfundamental in the universe? Human created things like the arts? God created things like the soul? The sciences are fundamental, but Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not advanced scientists, they were deities who talked in simple parables that even the lowliest could comprehend. It takes years of research and studying to understand Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity, (in short relativity is too advanced or complex), where as everyone can understand Jesus Christ’s and the Buddha’s teachings without any training. Therefore, although the sciences may get us to the stars, our hopes, dreams and aspirations for the human soul are with faith and the arts. Human beings are unfundamental, we are funny, comical and loving and perceive things like art, language. writing and pareidolia, we are not boring and mathematical robots. Because the Christ and the Buddha were ancient men what does that tell us? It tells us that you do not need to be modern or advanced to have a higher state of consciousness, you can be primitive. No matter how high and advanced we get ultimately we are all beaten by two ancient and primitive parable talking men. How? It must be relative.
Why did human beings or hominins invent and pursue the divine and God (or gods) before anything else such as science? Science is a relatively modern invention, but the gods have been around since prehistory.
Religion is universal in human society, and it appears to be a fundamental part of the human condition. Why should people all over the world believe in a supernatural being or beings inhabiting a realm detached from our day-to-day existence? Though religions differ considerably throughout the world, a belief in such beings is a very common aspect of them.
(Humans: from the beginning, by Christopher Seddon, page 147).
Human beings are like magnets to the divine, we just do it involuntarily and unconsciously without thinking about it. If you just pause for a second, you can ask why do we do it? Why do humans make isms? Why do humans become Muslim? Why did a caveman become a Jew? This is what scientists do. Humans have no proof of God yet we just involuntarily believe. Humans need to know, hope or believe that there is an afterlife or an end and point to all our suffering.
Genesis and Charles Darwin’s Origins of species.
In the beginning nobody told cavemen not to be harsh, nobody told cavemen not to steal, nobody told cavemen not to rape, nobody told cavemen not to murder and nobody told cavemen not to cannibalise. That is until after they had done all these things. Cavemen had no Ten Commandments.
- Why did we humans not come with all knowledge of what is good and what is evil from the beginning?
- Why did we have no ethics and morality right from the start?
- Why were we not perfect angels from the beginning?
- Why did we have to evolve out of vicious animals?
- Why did we have to learn the hard way?
- Why does life on a planet start out evil and then progressively become good?
- Why must there be hell before heaven?
- Why do we have to die before we attain eternal bliss?
- Why can’t we attain nirvana like Christ and the Buddha before we die?
We living creatures of life receive no help from YHWH or anyone whatsoever, we are on our own, we are 100% independent and we learn on our own through natural selection and evolution.
Because we living creatures learn the hard way, that is we did not know what was good and what was evil from the beginning or until after we had done them, and because we did not have ethics and morality from the start, and because we suffer life before bliss in heaven, this means there is forgiveness and a second chance. The second chance is the afterlife. Cavemen certainly needed a second chance. Who doesn’t need a second chance apart from Jesus Christ?
Art, literature and science are all consequences of a behavioural package anthropologists refer to as ‘modern human behaviour.’ These things would not be possible without our ability to use symbols to convey information. Symbols can take the form of sounds, images or objects. They may refer directly to an object or idea, for example a representational image; they may be totally abstract, such as spoken or written words. Thus for example a drawing of a cat, the sound ‘cat’ or the written letters ‘c-a-t’ may all be used to refer to a cat.
Syntactic language is a system of communication that enables an effectively infinite range of meanings to be conveyed, but it is only one component of our ability to use symbols – an ability we do not share with our fellow apes. We use symbols all the time – whenever we read a newspaper, check the time, consult a map or admire a painting or sculpture. All of these activities involve symbolic behaviour: human society could not function without it.
(Humans: from the beginning, by Christopher Seddon, page 19).
Animals are funny.
Pareidolia is where a living being perceives the shape of another living being in completely natural or unintentional man-made objects.
For example humans can perceive shapes of animals in clouds or faces in unintentional man-made objects. Art is similar to pareidolia, only the object is unnatural or man-made and the perceived image is intentional. This is the difference between humans and animals, as in animals cannot perceive pareidolia, recognise art or understand writing (symbols). For example animals cannot perceive cave paintings, or recognise the object or image of the lines and shapes of pigment, they just see a wall.
Not a single animal in creation has ever appreciated art, only humans.
That is the difference between humans and animals, as in only humans appreciate art. If a living creature can perceive and appreciate art, it is by definition non-animal.
Unless it is moving or stinking animals cannot perceive an another animal. To an animal the ability to read, recognise art and perceive pareidolia is telepathy. When Palaeolithic man and woman started to (not coincidentally) paint ‘animals’ in caves he or she must have perceived pareidolia, therefore by creating such timeless masterpieces, Palaeolithic man and woman proved beyond a doubt that he or she was far beyond animal.
Among these was the Catholic priest and archaeologist Abbé Henri Breuil, who was able to attest to the great antiquity of the caves [Lascaux] and described them as ‘The Sistine Chapel of Prehistory’. Another early visitor was Pablo Picasso, who on emerging from the cave, is said to have remarked – in reference to modern art – “We have invented nothing”.
(Humans: from the beginning, by Christopher Seddon, page 176).
Who is prehistoric man?
Note the above image is how humans did a signature before they could write. However, I wonder what his or her name was? We know nothing about prehistoric people other than bones and stones, that is we know nothing about their names, deeds or individual characters, although for example they may have proven their bravery by killing large animals, and they may also have been spiritual and yearned for eternity and the afterlife. Therefore, how famous do you think the painter or painters of the the Lascaux or Altamira cave paintings is/are in the afterlife?
These [three skulls] were dated by argon-argon dating of volcanic material found in the geological stratum containing the remains, and found to be between 154,000 and 160,000 years old. All three of the skulls show cut marks indicative of some form of mortuary ritual: the earliest example of such practice documented for modern humans.
(Humans: from the beginning, by Christopher Seddon, page 118).
The problem for prehistoric people is that they obviously did not have writing or recorded history, so we do not know their names, deeds or individual characters, therefore they did not achieve eternity down here on Earth or in life. Hence, because we do not and cannot ever know their names down here on Earth but only in Heaven, therefore hallowed be your name and on Earth as in Heaven is for them.
The names of prehistoric men are “ineffable” and “unutterable” because we do not and can never know them in life or on Earth.
Pareidolia is unfundamental unlike the sciences such as mathematics, relativity and botany, it is needless like the arts including religion, art, philosophy, literature, drama and music. It is very human. The sciences like https://mathsandtime.com are perfect, precise, ordered, symmetrical and fundamental.
The arts such as philosophy and parables are imperfect, imprecise, random, asymmetrical and unfundamental.
William Shakespeare’s plays are about as random, unfundamental and wet as you can get. I admit I questioned the spiritual and divine and the arts when I was studying https://mathsandtime.com, which is simple relativity. However, thespianism and the arts are beautiful and wet while the sciences are unattractive and dry. William Shakespeare is the Einstein of the random, unfundamental and wet.
It was a simple universal parable that I called the Golden Parable, which is applicable to any human such as a director or politician, as well as to any animal such as a bird, dog or lion etc, that turned me back to faith and the arts and helped me understand that Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not geeky scientists, they were deities who talked in simple parables which everyone could understand. It takes years of effort and studying to comprehend Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity, where as everyone can easily understand Jesus Christ’s and the Buddha’s message. Also concerning money and forgiveness, without the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism I would be the type to say ‘not a chance in hell,’ that is I would think like an animal concerning money and forgiveness.
Therefore our hopes, dreams and aspirations for the soul are with the arts, including parables, philosophy, religion, art, literature, drama and music while there is nothing in https://mathsandtime.com. Be happy you are human, as humans are better than animals.
Spirituality and time.
When I was studying https://mathsandtime.com, I went through a phase of secular and rational thinking in which I lost all faith in things spiritual and divine, including all the arts. I lost all faith in all musicians I formerly liked, I said to myself why listen to them when there is Albert Einstein? I even questioned history as in what is the point of studying say Roman history? Then I said to myself of course Roman history is very important and then I read a book about it. Because I was studying http://magnitudeoftime.com I stated rational things like:
“Time is not spiritual or divine.”
“Do not seek spiritual enlightenment, seek time intellectually.”
”Never listen to electronic beats, all you need is a ticking clock.”
And I really believed it!
Formulas v parables.
When I was studying http://squareoftime.com I said that if you want to say something, say it with mathematics, formulas and equations not with lyrics, parables or philosophy etc. However, the problem with mathematics and physics is that although you can fundamentally command people with formulas and equations much better than you can with philosophy, they are actually utterly devoid of any philosophical or political content. Therefore, we have absolutely no hope or dreams for our salvation or for forgiveness (particularly to do with the Holocaust) with mathematics, physics and the sciences etc. Hence, although the arts such as parables, lyrics, literature, art, music and philosophy do not command people in the same way that equations and formulas do, they have moral and political content and can inspire people and can change the world.
To reiterate, when I discovered the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism, it made me understand that Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not advanced scientists, they were deities who talked in simple parables, which everyone can understand, whereas to understand the general theory of relativity we need years of training and education. Also concerning money and forgiveness, without the inverse of deserved divinity of nativism and primitivism I would be the type to say ‘get out of my face,’ that is I would think like an animal concerning money and forgiveness. It was a simple universal parable that I called the Golden Parable, which is applicable to any human such as a director or politician, as well as to any animal such as a bird, dog or lion etc, that initially changed my scientific and secular thinking and turned me back to the arts and the unfundamental.
Like Shakespeare’s plays, mixing and the electronic music industry is as random, unfundamental and wet as you can get. Contrary to my former statement, “never listen to electronic beats, all you need is a ticking clock” I would now like to state that mixing music is simply beautiful and hip in a way that science can never be. Thousands of people flock to clubs, events and gigs with superstar DJs every weekend, where as no one flocks to a mathematics or physics classroom.
To conclude, although I love http://timemagnitude.com and will always do it as well as other sciences, I have concluded that there is hope for the soul with faith and the arts while there is nothing in https://mathsandtime.com. Hence, I choose faith and the arts over science. However, I will always do both and hope to balance and play the fundamental and the unfundamental off of each other.