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All-Purpose Dharmic Philsophy Thread Blackshirt 05/30/2020 (Sat) 15:17:03 ID: 2205aa No.458
About time we had one. I'll begin with an interesting tweet thread going over how proper Buddhism has nothing in it that encourages social justice: https://twitter.com/gesarofbling/status/1070566104089583618
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Interesting Twitter thread. Everyone should check out this article on the infiltration of Jews into Buddhism. It's long but worth reading in my opinion. https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2020/02/29/jewish-crypsis-in-american-buddhism/
>>458 Buddhism is Nastika, non-Aryan. If you claim that, though Nastika it isn't Dravidian because Gautama was probably Aryan, then you must also accept Mazdayasna as Dharmic.
>>472 Is everything Nastika necessarily non-Aryan though? At least as I understand it, those who reject the Vedas are Nastika / heterodox philosophies, outside of the umbrella of Sanatana Dharma, We can easily label all of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism as Dharmic due to the many commonalities they have, but Zoroastrianism has stepped much further outside of this fold with a vectorial conception of time from a beginning to a Judgement Day, the Saoshyant, dualistic ideas, etc
>>473 >>473 Dualism and Qualified Non-Dualism also exist, see Madhvacharya and Ramanuja respectively. Vedas themselves are generally dualistic. Dualist is a stupid word for it though, it's really Pluralistic as opposed to Monistic. Ahuras Mazda is only one Ahuras, as well as Amesha Spentas and Yazatas and Fravashis and so on. Madhvacharya noted that the following five differences are eternal facts: >Jiva (individual soul) and Ishwara (God) are different. >Ishwara and Jada (inanimate things) are different. >Jiva and Jada are different. >Jiva and another Jiva are different. >Jada and another Jada are different.
>>473 How is Saoshyant different from Kalki practically? How is Kali Yug and Dance of Shiva different from the End Day? Only in scope, if anything at least in Mazdayasna there's a final solution to Druj. There's no hinduistic leaving the material world, but a cleansing and perfection of it. We all stay ourselves but in Immortal Perfection, Embodied in a purified Universe. If anything, it's much more true to the Aryan ideal than life-negating Vedanta and Buddhism.
>>473 It actually bothers me how much of what people know of Mazdayasna is not from primary materials like the Gathas and is actually just Manichaean stuff that has nothing to do with Zarathustra. Especially taking shit from fucking life-denying Gnostics
>>477 >Especially taking shit from fucking life-denying Gnostics Is Gnosticism necessarily life-denying though? Isn't the physical world also the gateway to the Supreme God? (I'm trying to imply that isn't the physical world necessary for attaining satori gnosis)
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>>607 No, the physical is a prison to be escaped in gnosticism.
>>607 Zoroastrianism is actually unique compared to Gnosticism, Vedanta, Manichaeism, because the physical world is essentially good and is corrupted at present by Druj, the Lie. The point is to live a pure life and on the day be restored to your essential purity, in an immortal physical body.
Buddhism is essentially Aryan and based on dharma. as I said in an earlier thread on Julay, the Chinese Communists consider Buddhist Tibet to be feudal and bourgeois, which to me is an excellent endorsement. Zoroastrianism is not bad in and of itself, but it's the first link on the Abrahamic chain, and had much influence on Judaism/Christianity/Islam. >>642 Gnostics believe that the physical universe around us was created by the Demiurge, a being who ranges from amoral to evil. he is not God, but believes he is, because he's cut off from the spiritual world while still being a derivative of it. our souls are from the spiritual plane, but are ensnared within the material plane, which is the central conflict of human existence. the Gnostics rely on esoteric knowledge and insight to attain liberation and ascension. Manichaeism regards our universe to be a mixture of light and darkness, as a result of primordial battles between these two forces. while there are similarities, this should not be confused with Gnosticism, as the belief systems are quite distinct. ultimately, Gnosticism has roots in Neo-Platonic philosophy and Christianity. it was Plato who first posited the demiurge, a being derived from a higher power who fashioned the physical universe. however, he sees this entity as benevolent, and as a rational explanation for existence, without the spiritual conflict. Manichaeism seems to be a pastiche of religion as it existed in Late Antiquity. you have the material/spiritual clash of Gnosticism, the duality of Zoroastrianism, the Judeo-Christian Messiah, and the structure of hearers/elects is very similar to Buddhist monasticism. there are probably other influences woven in as well.
pardon the plebbit spacing, I wanted to separate each topic. other times I've deleted and edited, but not with that post number.
In contrast to this Zoroastrian / Manichean-type dualisms, I think the Aztec conception of a sort of “polar monism” is the most in accordance with reality. Things such as order and disorder, life and death, light and dark are not mutually exclusive forces but mutually interdependent and mutually complementary polarities. It’s an interesting contrast from a more common type of oppositional dualism, but we instead have a sort of cyclical and endless tug-of-war. Heraclitus hints at a similar belief, I think, when he says praises war and strife (and it must be remembered that he emphasized flux as well just like the Aztecs)
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https://youtu.be/AQKe_xdjZA0?t=396 >this is something that actually happened what did he mean by this?
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this video is from 3 weeks ago. has he abandoned the dot? why is he wearing a thors hammer now?
Should we be concerned about this? could jews have edited ancient dharmic texts or meddled with the development of their religions? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_India also these two pictures are supposed to be synagogues, they look like christian cathedrals from europe. is this just evidence of tartaria in india?
>>867 >directly downplays the Holohoax by saying it is nothing in comparison to the Islamic genocides on Hindus and Buddhists OY VEY >>869 He said in another video a while ago (I think it was one of his Discord interviews) that he often wears a Thor's hammer. In that particular video he is doing an interview with some Asatru group in England so it makes sense he'd underline the connection he sees between Hinduism and the European religions.
>>885 downplaying the holohoax on tv is a big balls move, but i think he went even further than just downplaying it. i know he mentioned in a video that when he goes to the gym he wears the thors hammer, but this is a big deal the way he is dressed now. before he wore the tilak, the yellow lines, with the red dot, now he has abandoned it. and hes wearing the dharmic rudraksha, the dharmic shirt, but with a european pagan symbol, thors hammer. he might be trying a new fusion never before seen
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>>896 >but i think he went even further than just downplaying it. No, you're right, he outright trivialized it. I'm surprised that they didn't pull the plug right there kek. >but this is a big deal the way he is dressed now. before he wore the tilak, the yellow lines, with the red dot, now he has abandoned it. and hes wearing the dharmic rudraksha, the dharmic shirt, but with a european pagan symbol, thors hammer. he might be trying a new fusion never before seen I think it's too soon say whether he's fully abandoning the tilak, as there are videos from less than six months ago in which he wears it. Still, this is the first time where he's even worn it openly, and I think that this is significant and is something to watch. I am particularly interested in these "Thor mantras" that he has apparently discovered. I do hope that he reveals them.
>>928 if they originate from his mind then hes breaking his own rule and going into new age territory. however if he really is an acarya, which is like a super guru, then inventing shit is within his license if i understand the system of vedic authority and lineage. I think whats more likely though is that they're mantras to indra and hes going to rebrand them as thor.
>>954 Assuming he is an acarya – and I don’t really dispute this since he does seem very knowledgable and has a visible history even beyond this Youtube channel – you’re right that he hypothetically could be at a level where he is capable of doing these things. >I think whats more likely though is that they're mantras to indra and hes going to rebrand them as thor. This wouldn’t be very surprising. I doubt he’d just completely repurpose them though, but who knows. I guess we’ll see. I hope he does more on European religions though, it’s interesting to hear about.
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just incase anyone didnt already know, an important fact behind the tagline of this very board, kali yuga does not mean kaali the goddess, it means the kali the nigger. the difference between the long a and the short a can radically change the meaning of words in sanskrit. kaali the goddess has a long a and is pronounced as it looks whereas kali the nigger is actually pronounced more like kuh-li. the short a in sanskrit is more like an "uh" like the u in "but" https://vedabase.io/en/library/sb/1/17/ >Text 1: Sūta Gosvāmī said: After reaching that place, Mahārāja Parīkṣit observed that a lower-caste śūdra, dressed like a king, was beating a cow and a bull with a club, as if they had no owner. >Text 18: O greatest among human beings, it is very difficult to ascertain the particular miscreant who has caused our sufferings, because we are bewildered by all the different opinions of theoretical philosophers. Text 19: Some of the philosophers, who deny all sorts of duality, declare that one’s own self is responsible for his personal happiness and distress. Others say that superhuman powers are responsible, while yet others say that activity is responsible, and the gross materialists maintain that nature is the ultimate cause. >Text 29: When the personality of Kali understood that the King was willing to kill him, he at once abandoned the dress of a king and, under pressure of fear, completely surrendered to him, bowing his head. >Text 32: If the personality of Kali, irreligion, is allowed to act as a man-god or an executive head, certainly irreligious principles like greed, falsehood, robbery, incivility, treachery, misfortune, cheating, quarrel and vanity will abound. >Text 38: Sūta Gosvāmī said: Mahārāja Parīkṣit, thus being petitioned by the personality of Kali, gave him permission to reside in places where gambling, drinking, prostitution and animal slaughter were performed. Text 39: The personality of Kali asked for something more, and because of his begging, the King gave him permission to live where there is gold because wherever there is gold there is also falsity, intoxication, lust, envy and enmity.
>>955 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeRWSMJLBgU i feel like this could be turned into a rap song and blared from some negros car. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzFBZmciMUs more traditional version.
>>695 Having read that book I suggest you continue. Taoism is Polar Monism, but Teotl is like Fractal Monism.
>>973 I actually haven't read the book yet beyond some preliminary skimming of a few sections. It's on the way in the mail though. I took the term "Polar Monism" from the section titled "Dialectical Polar Monism" here. You've read the book though in whole I assume so I'll take your word on it for now. From what I've read it seems like a great book though. https://www.iep.utm.edu/aztec/
What book?
>>928 I wonder if it's acceptable to throat sing the mantras, would they be in a reconstructed Germanic or Proto-Indo European?
>>1004 Pic and pdf related. The link here >>1001 is a decent quick rundown.
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>>2002 they have 5 and a half months left to do it, dont make any assumptions yet.
>>2003 And a border feud to let them prove it. Should be interesting.
>>2004 >>2003 Akhand Bharat will rise, just wait. Both China and Pakistan will be BTFO
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>>2027 Since when was Tibet part of greater India?
>>2051 >>2027 B I G G E R
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>>2051 The only thing that makes sense would be if it was included for cultural reasons. Because this map >>2053, as funny as it is, makes sense if you think about it that way, for example I know Java and around there used to have Hindu kingdoms. Speaking of Indonesia, people should look into "Agama Hindu Dharma", a version of Hinduism shaped in the image of Islam that people practice in Bali
>>2054 > a version of Hinduism shaped in the image of Islam Sikhism did it better

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