I hope you won't mind if I push this into the Aryan Religion thread?
>I think that there is an aristocratic duty to fight, yes, but even if we destroyed the Jews completely - which you could argue we are obliged to attempt - there would be another agent of change after them. Unless the Kali Yuga (about which I don't know enough) ends with their defeat, we will still have to endure it by resisting change in one form or another.
Pretty much my thought there too: It's not about winning or losing, it's about doing it because this is what we are and there is no greater contrast in this universe than that between Aryans and Jews.
> The role of the aristocrat is to reject the physical world and live exclusively for the spiritual.
I reject this view. The aristocrat must accept the rules of the physical world and his duty, as an Aryan, is to imprint Light and Beauty as much as possible into this world, not flee it with spiritual escapism.
>I want to reiterate that I don't really have an personal emotional investment in this, but fertility certainly seems to be feminine to me
Only if procreation is seen as a thing of the physical world and that this world is identified as feminine. But it fails to understand that a sterile masculine part could not impregnate a feminine form.
There is this oozing philosophy wherein biology is ultimately crass because physical, and anything physical is negative and tied to the feminine part. I, on the contrary, think that the physical realm stands in perfect balance between male and female and is not flawed. That would be put me at odds with most philosophers and spiritual thinkers but I also consider that a large swathe of our spirituality and philosophy has been flawed for thousands of years, only to find glimpses of salvation, so to speak, in enlightened warrior mystery cults that perfectly embraced the physical realm and all its struggles and rewards.
>the Heavens impregnate the Earth with rain and sunlight, etc.
I see this balance too but for the sake of being complete on this, I'd also point out that the star can be seen to nourish the earth as if it were a child, which might explain for some odd reason Sol being considered female by Germanic myths.
We might expand on this and wonder if a star, at least of the type that proves useful to life, isn't somehow a true representation of male and feminine principles, thus androgynous
(in the spiritual way, no in the ladyboy
>The idea that all people possess immortal souls is hopelessly modern.
Oh yes it is. Only people worthy of being preserved were... preserved.
That's a very logical and basic idea tbh. Why would God or the Gods keep around souls and minds that are just useless, chaff?
Meritocracy must exist on all
It's like sports and movies, nobody wants to rewatch boring movies or support lazy players who do not galvanize the audiences into a frenzy.
We surely and firmly reach a point where it becomes obvious that we fight for the sake of fighting, and rewards will abound no matter what, whether in the physical realm or at the metascale.
Now, I do not think it's 0/1. I believe everyone has a chance to preserve something of oneself to some degree, whether through one's great deeds or at the very least, through blood links and perhaps even mind-attachment to specific great people (heroes who obviously are people with valuable
The Egyptian soul system is very interesting to study here, and most certainly the archaic one.