Purasangre de la sangre más pura
- 22 Mar 2014
Eso que el Qoran (la palabra Qoran es aramea, para ser más exacta del dialecto siriano, no sé como se dice en castellano, sirianiy en árabe), lo habla Luxenberg en su libro: La lectura sirio-aramea del Qoran, dónde la mayoría del corpus del Corán es cristiano-sirio.46
I am interested in the falsification of history and possibly of geography.
I think mankind is exceedingly stupid and wicked, you can’t trust a word you receive. I have no doubt your religions are true, but can you be sure some vicious faction didn’t insert itself into the hierarchy of priests some time ago, or of religious authorities, or of book printers, and insert all kinds of things that weren’t there to begin with? For example, all Old Slavonic copies of the Bible in Russia used to have heavy Gnostic interpolations. This explains the multitude of such sects that sprung up there, including those who castrated themselves, and others like the Duhobors who make a mockery of the higher and noble nudity by practicing the nudity of the deformed. In the West there were similar things: how do you think the Cathars found such currency in north Italy, in the Rhineland? It wasn’t just a new teaching, but very old practices and old formulas that found a ready home among a population long prepared to receive them. Some were pre- Christian, while others had spread along with the early Church, and preserved elements of early Christianity mixed in with Manicheanism and Magianism and other even stranger things. Why do you assume then that the main religions that survived are not in fact forgeries? Islam could very well be such a forgery: the Koran is a mishmash of nonsense, and possibly was originally a Syriac Christian devotional book that was re-edited much later. Mohammed was their name for Christ, and the faith originally was a version of Nestorianism that was spread by the Persian king, not by Arabs. The entire history of Heraclius’ crusade against Persia, as of Persia’s downfall in “battles” against Arabs may be entirely fabricated by both sides, though of course now this lie has long been forgotten. What historical or archaeological evidence is there at all for the existence of a Mohammed?
But do you have any idea how speculative the conclusions drawn from archaeology are in general? Just read, for example, the kind of “evidence” they used to establish horse-riding on the great steppe before 1000 BC—a few, maybe not even five or six, bones that seemed to look like bits. Life is short; rebirth as a man is uncertain, and may happen a billion years from now: to these pitiful liars to trust your only life? Look at Thucydides, who is a great man and a genius of the ages: he seeks to outdo Herodotus, and this pattern is followed throughout all antiquity. Each great historian was setting out to outdo his predecessor as a rival. Do you think they made some things up? How much do you think then that the scholar, the scribe, the vain “monk”—the “nerd” as a type —is likely to lie? They will lie far more than you think...the nerd more than a Thucydides is possessed by infinitely greater mendacity and also vanity, jealousy, spite and pettiness. Don’t you think such people, who, for the longest time in the form of the monk were the only keepers and copiers of texts from antiquity, don’t you think they would be willing to change the text, to add, and even to make up entire books and authors? Corroborations from “third sources” would be relatively easy to manufacture as well. But anyway, Josephus uses this rivalry among the Greek writers to cast doubt on Greek histories in general, and in this he’s not entirely unreasonable. Of course where he’s wrong is in supposing that the centrally-controlled archives of the other peoples, like the Egyptians, the Babylonians, or his own, are any more reliable. Nietzsche refers to the falsification of the history of Israel that occurred at some time before Josephus—and I think he was referring to the Maccabees. There is no external record anyway of the Jews existing before the kingdom of the Maccabees— Herodotus never mentions them. But there is evidence that the falsification Nietzsche was referring to is even of a later date.
Much of antiquity could have been invented by sects or orders of Christians or even Jews, to make it look like their contrived and artificial, utilitarian religions had some basis in human nature or were anticipated by wise men in the past. When, in fact, the entirety of their energy was directed toward suppressing the natural spirit of man, the innate reverence of man for the magnificence inside animals and inside things.
In the end, nothing can be trusted, that you can’t see and feel yourself.
BAP sabe que toda la historia está falsificada, y que probablemente la geografía también
Se refiere aquí a diversos ejemplos: interpretaciones gnósticas interpoladas en copias eslavas de la Biblia en Rusia; los cátaros como amalgama de usos precristianos y también de los primeros cristianos que luego desaparecieron bajo la férula de la Iglesia; el Islam como una confusión de sinsentidos que probablemente devenga de un libro devocional cristiano de Siria...
La arqueología es básicamente especulación sobre unos pocos restos; la historiografía es una mezcla de sobrepasar a los predecesores, considerándolos rivales (por ejemplo, Tucídides contra Heródoto) y de inventar historias falsas por parte de nerds que copiaban libros en monasterios, o que eran escribas del Rey de turno. No olvidéis que los nerds son mendaces, vanidosos, celosos, despechados y mezquinos (nota de Gurney: aunque lo disfracen bien con las máscaras de la humildad, la timidez, etc)
Uno de los múltiples ejemplos, y al que se refirió Nietzsche, es la falsificación de la historia de Israel, generada un poco antes de la época de Flavio Josefo
Todo ello persigue hacer creer que su religión artificial y utilitaria tiene alguna base en la naturaleza humana, o que fue anticipada por sabios del pasado, y así suprimir el espíritu natural del hombre, y su innata reverencia por la magnificencia que radica en los animales y en las cosas
Al final, no puedes confiar en nada que no puedas ver ni sentir por ti mismo
Me recuerda algo al manifiesto futurista; a ver si inspira algo semejante a lo de aquelPrólogo:
(destaco en negrita lo principal)
This is not book of philosophy. It is exhortation. I hardly have anything to say to most who aren’t like me, still less do I care about convincing. This is account of my reveries. I tried to put, as brief and simple as I could, the thought that motivates me and the problem faced by life in ascent and decline.
I was convinced to write this book by certain frogs who told me, “Is it not a shame that hucksters are multiplying lies, and jizzing their filthy doctrines into receptive minds everywhere? Perversions—lame ones—are born by the thousands and haunt, like myriad cripplette midgets in halls of mirrors, they haunt the world, books, the internet. Minds are lost. If you wait any longer everything will be pounded to garbage, there will be nothing left—it will all turn, the whole world will turn to a Bulgarian rest stop lavatory. But have you seen the movie Midnight Express...and...and how did it make you feel?”
I was roused from my slumber by my frog friends and I declare to you, with great boldness, that I am here to save you from a great ugliness.
2 de las ideas principales de BAP:
-No hacemos filosofía, sino exhortaciones, afirmaciones porque somos poderosos, acciones
-La fealdad es un síntoma, y la Belleza es una de las vías de superar esta degeneración postmoderna
A PELO, A PELO SIEMPRE
Dudo que ni sepan alear bronce para empezar.Que bemoles van a saber de la edad de bronce si no vivieron en ella