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What did Nietzsche mean by God is dead?

I’ve had this idea rolling around in my head for a long time, but I think I have a decent idea of what Nietzsche meant by his famous phrase “God is dead”.

Let’s just get right to it. For the sake of the argument, the guy below is God. People worship and revere him, and want to protect him from his enemies.



Eventually the faithful get so worried about the well-being of God, that they build an armour to protect him. This is actually the first sign that people are losing faith in God, as they don’t trust God to take care of himself.

God’s armour


Still at first, God is safe inside the armour and people continue to worship him. Over time though, God gets pissed off at the whole situation and leaves, or simply suffocates, leaving the armour for people to worship. People keep worshipping the hollow armour, and religion becomes a meaningless ritual with no substance to it. This is what “God is dead, and we have killed him” means.

Later on people can take a look inside the armour and see there is no God there, and say God never existed in the first place. Whether or not God actually exists or existed at any point as an entity in the universe is not as relevant as the fact that there is an inherent need in most people to have faith in God. That in itself does change how people behave, hopefully for the better.

To put this hollow armour analogy in a more abstract way, is that at first people had a genuine faith in God whether or not this faith was reciprocated by an actual God. Over the course of time this genuine God was replaced by a man-made image of God. Man got rid of the real thing in favour of a man-made facsimile. I suppose the underlying motivation is that if man made God, man can also control him.

Americans, please vote for Trump

I’ve stated in the past that I think Donald Trump is controlled opposition, and I haven’t really changed my tune. Knowing how corrupt the system there is little chance of anyone genuine and decent of becoming the nominee for either Republicans or Democrats, and even if Trump is genuine he has a snowball’s chance in hell of getting elected. That’s what my reason tells me. However, I could be wrong. Reason has limits, and certainly my reason does.

I recently heard that some people have drawn parallels between Trump and King Cyrus, or Cyrus the Great, from the Bible. He was a pagan Persian king who did great deeds for the Israelites. When the Bible says Israel, I don’t think it’s talking about Zionist Jews, but different kind of people. Despite Cyrus not believing in their God, God guided his hand to do great deeds. There are suggestions that God, call it synchronicity, Infinite Consciousness or what you will, is doing the same with Trump.

Trump clearly is no saint, not a godly person, yet he has done some good things, such as shed light on Hillary Clinton’s crimes. Timothy Alberino even called him our knight in slimy armor, the only one who can slay the dragon that is Hillary Clinton. According to Alberino, Trump is going to the lair to battle the dragon and we should support him even if we don’t know if he’s going to succeed or not. Frankly, I don’t know if he wants to succeed or not, but I agree with Alberino that there is chance, a tiny one at that, that Trump might be able to do it. This is why we should support him.

Let’s assume for a moment that Trump really is in it to win it, and wants to make not only America, but the world a better place for all people, not just the globalist elite. If that’s the case, he how could he get elected since the elections are bound to be fixed? Already back in the day George W. Bush got into office due to election fraud, allegedly. Alberino pointed out in his video that a landslide victory is hard to steal. Already when the Brexit results in Britain were announced they were supposedly very even, but I thought that was a fabrication, that in reality the Leave-vote had a much bigger majority than we were told. I think that if the American people were allowed to vote, without any shenanigans the vote would be something like 80% for Trump, 20% for Hillary. I think very few people actually like Hillary, but she gets a bunch of votes from people who hate Trump. Yet I think it’s still a fairly small amount of crazy liberals who truly hate him, it’s just the media has made it seem like more people hate Trump than actually do.

There is also the precedent of the Austrian presidential election earlier this year. The liberal Alexander Van der Bellen won due to blatant voter fraud. I also wrote about it, but to my surprise the election result was later overturned as invalid. So law and justice actually worked that time. People in the West have gotten more savvy to the corrupt nature of our democratic system, and nowadays it’s not just us conspiracy nuts who are paying attention to it. If Hillary Clinton is going to steal the election somehow, she might not be able to do by simply having her minions rig the vote. If she does, her presidency would lose all semblance of legitimacy. This might, however, be what the globalists want; have a completely illegitimate president, even more so than Bush (who won by possible fraud) and Obama (who probably isn’t even American) to run the country to the ground completely. But that’s another story.

I have to admit there is only a sliver of hope that Trump is genuine, and that he might be able to win. It is a long-shot, no doubt. There is million-to-one chance that Trump will beat Hillary, but those are just the odds you need to slay a dragon. I suggest you take it. So I beg of you Americans, vote for Trump. I’ve heard the argument that voting for Trump is choosing the lesser of two evils, and one comment was that you shouldn’t vote for evil at all. This might be true, but maybe Trump isn’t evil after all. God might be on his side, as odd as it sounds.

I am well-aware of what I am arguing for; suppressing your reason and putting your faith in God, or chance. I suppose you could say that is a desperate act, but these are desperate times. Hillary Clinton basically wants to rule in hell, i.e. make hell on earth. If you vote Trump, you won’t lose anything except a bit of your time, regardless of the result of the election. I’d vote for him if I could, but I can’t since I’m Finnish. So please Americans, do it right this time.

There is still almost a month before the election, so a lot can happen. A lot of revelations about Trump, an October Surprise, be a false flag, a war, an assassination. But unless any concrete proof surfaces that demonstrates that Trump is a blood-drinking Luciferian or something to that extent, or he just gives up for no good reason and gives Hillary the election thus revealing he never wanted to win in the first place, I hope you vote for him. It might make a difference.



Is Donald Trump a Modern-Day Cyrus?: http://www.charismanews.com/opinion/in-the-line-of-fire/55754-is-donald-trump-a-modern-day-cyrus

Cyrus the Great in the Bible: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrus_the_Great_in_the_Bible

AA PODCAST: Trump, Our Knight in SLIMY Armor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvfuKV2qkeE

Austrian presidential election, 2016: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austrian_presidential_election,_2016#Second_round_re-vote

My Prediction for the Future of America: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/07/28/my-prediction-for-the-future-of-america/

Alleged voter fraud in Austria: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/05/24/alleged-voter-fraud-in-austria/

The Electric Universe = The Mind of God?

In recent years the notion has arisen that the universe is electric and electricity is the controlling force in the universe opposed to commonly held theories on matter and gravity. Most famous of these is of course the Thunderbolts Project by David Talbot who has been mentioned many times in the alternative media. Recently also Robert Otey stated in his Red Ice interview that the universe is electric, although I think he disagreed with some cosmological ideas that the Thunderbolts Project has. Although I cannot say for a fact whether their theories on the electric universe are correct or, I will theorize on the spiritual implications of this if they are correct.


Telekinesis and Telepathy

When I was a child I was interested in all sorts of weird and science fictiony stuff like aliens, UFOs, telepathy and telekinesis. However, since the adults and scientists said all of those things are humbug I was inclined to believe them, since I was just a kid. What did I know? I did however sometimes theorize what if. What if the scientists are wrong? One idea I had when I was 12 was that perhaps telepathy and telekinesis could work on the basis of electromagnetism.

I knew already back then that scientists claim that the brain produces electric impulses and they transmit thoughts. I also knew that there are things such as electro-magnets. Therefore if our brains were capable of producing electricity and electricity was able to be used to move objects, perhaps we could somehow project the electricity in our brains onto other objects to move them telekinetically. However, if all matter is already electric, then we don’t even have to project the electricity in our brains, we just have to manipulate the electric fields of other objects with our brains. If the mind was capable of this sort of manipulation, then it would not be a stretch to suppose that telepathy was possible as well, since thoughts too are electric impulses or transmitted by them. Perhaps the Force in Star Wars is merely electricity.


Astrology and Remote Viewing

The electric universe could also provide a scientific basis on the belief in astrology. If all planets and celestial bodies are made of electricity, as are our thoughts, then it is conceivable that their movements could have some sort of ripple effect that affects our minds. I cannot comment on the specifics of how this works though. It is often cited that the full moon really does make people go crazy, as crimes and such increase during that time. As far as I know there is no scientific explanation for why this happens. The electric universe model could offer one.

If the physical world is actually an interconnected sea of electricity, then it might offer an explanation for Remote Viewing as well. If both thought and matter are merely different forms of electricity, then they could explain how remote viewers allegedly can project their minds thousands of kilometers away and see what is happening. According to conventional logic, the only way to see what is happening in another place is to walk, drive or fly there. Perhaps there isn’t such a big difference between moving your body and your mind after all.


Mind of God

I would say that the electronic universe model suggests that the world is a program in the mind of God, or a pantheon of gods, if you so prefer. If thought is electricity and the universe is electric, then we would all be thoughts of God, or a composite of a collection of several thoughts.

At the risk of sounding blasphemous, if we picture God as a computer hard drive with numerous different files and programs in it, our universe would be a program running on it; a server God is running for our sake. There could be many different servers like this one on the hard drive, or maybe there is just one.



Most of the things I’ve said here are hypothetical, of course, but I am convinced that the atheistic/materialistic sciences have already proven themselves as a false religion. Not everyone got the memo though. I am eager to see new scientific models that do not exclude the spiritual or the divine. The electric universe seems to me to be such a model, and this model is supposedly based on observation rather than mere theories, which is certainly a good thing.



The Electric Universe: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2015/01/27/the-electric-universe/

Robert Otey – Unscientific Cosmogony: Gravity, Quantum Physics & Einstein: http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2015/12/RIR-151230.php

Salvationism in Christianity and atheism

Last summer made a post saying that atheism is the fourth Abrahamic religion. There’s one aspect, salvationism, that seems to be a key feature in both Christianity and atheism. It may or may not apply to Islam and Judaism as well, but I not so well versed with their ways of thinking so I cannot say for sure.

Way back when I was younger there was one aspect of Christianity that made it clear for me that faith wasn’t meant for me; the salvationist ideology. This was decades before I heard of John Lash’s criticism of the concept in Not in his Image. Christians used to say “Do you accept Jesus into your heart?” or “Do you accept Jesus Christ as your lord and saviour?” I might have accepted that Jesus was some transcendental being and spiritually superior to the rest of us, but this particular dogma of having accept something external into me was like accepting a spiritual microchip into my soul, or, pardon the vulgar expression, having his dick rammed into my mouth. I neither liked the idea of having to accept some external, outer thing into me, nor did I see how it would make me better.

I have no problem looking at myself or human beings in general as somehow sinful, although I don’t mean it necessarily in any religious sense. We’re simply all screw-ups, we’ve all done something immoral, there are limits to what we know and can know, nobody’s perfect and so on. I think the best way to handle it is to stop whining, and do the best you can. Try to be a decent person. I fail to see how the mythological remedy Christianity claims to possess can fix our sinful state. I would say it rather gives us an excuse to continue living sinfully since somehow the act of Jesus unjustly being murdered on the cross makes it OK for us to be sinful. It never made sense to me, still doesn’t.  And certainly accepting a murdered Jesus into my heart won’t fix anything either. It is merely an attempt to abdicate one’s responsibility to a “higher power”.

This is also what the atheists do. They don’t believe in God, Jesus or sin for that matter, but they do believe in the marvels of “progress”. To them vaccination is merely an updated version of the Eucharist. Christians drink the blood of Christ and eat his body in order to be saved. Atheists take the jab to be safe from the germs. This is very much the impression I’ve gotten from some atheists and their blind belief in vaccines. I’m not saying all vaccines are necessarily harmful, but some are. But to these atheists saying this is heresy.

Modern medicine in some respect has become the church for the atheists. As now we have all of the viruses and bacteria, the atheists don’t believe there’s anything they can do to fight against these invisible demons, so they give their money to the pharmaceutical companies in order to be safe. Here too I’m not saying all modern medicine is useless or harmful, but I would rather rely on the natural healing properties inherent in my body rather than rely on this multimillion Dollar industry.

In political matters particularly the leftist atheists view the government as a God-like figure to be obeyed, unless you want to invoke its ire or lose it favour. The media serves a role similar to the inquisition. You don’t want be known as a crazy conspiracy theorist/heretic, so you don’t discuss these and those matters in public. It all goes together, the statism, the media, the pharmaceuticals. They’re all a religion. The ultimate goal of it all seems to become a sublim victim like Jesus. Just look as the Je suis Charlie-stuff, or how the alleged crisis actors are always happy to be victims. Don’t get angry. Don’t blame the attacker. Be complacent, be passive, be a victim because it makes you better than the rest since according to this religion there are only victims and oppressors. And the meek shall inherit the earth…

This is the religion of the New World Order. You’re a meek victim while they inherit the earth. Whoever they may be.



The Fourth Abrahamic Religion: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/the-fourth-abrahamic-religion/

Eucharist: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eucharist

Christian concept of the harsh Father God

I’ve never been a fan of Christianity, but there is the uncomfortable fact that many of my ancestors have been Christian in once sense or another. For that reason I should attempt to understand Christian ideas better in order to understand my ancestors. One key Christian idea that never really made sense to me is the notion that God is a cruel father who loves you, but you should be afraid of him.

I’ve been wondering about this concept for a few months now, and the best way I can make sense of this medieval idea of God is to regard it as someone or something that ensures constancy in the world. In our modern times we take it for granted that the world has certain immutable laws, that they are predictable, and by understanding them we can repeat certain actions by understanding the underlying theories. To pre-modern man the world was not necessarily so ready-made.

Ancient myths like that of female Tiamat, the primordial chaos, mating with male Abzu to produce a world less chaotic represent a completely different mindset to our society. Abzu is more aching to the Christian God that brings order to chaos. In ancient times, reality was like a narcotic dream where things can change in a heart-beat. But with the Christian God this is not the case. The love of the cruel father ensures that if you shoot yourself in the foot, and it hurts, you can be sure the same thing happens the next time you shoot yourself in the foot as well. If one time you shoot yourself in the foot, and it bleeds, the next time a unicorn will not grow out of the wound, for example. God ensures constancy. If you know what shooting yourself in the foot entails, you know you should avoid it.

In a sense the Christian harsh God is the basis for material sciences of today. God ensures there are repeatable and predictable patterns in the physical world that we can learn to use to our advantage. Without this God there could be no science as we know it. Men would never have begun classifying and analysing the countless features of the physical world, be it flora, fauna or mineral.

This God represents the Zeitgeist of the late middle-ages and the ensuing Renaissance and Enlightenment. It has led us into the modern times, but now it seems the Zeitgeist is changing. We cannot be sure into what, but I would say back into a more chaotic time. Whether this is actually a metaphysical change in the seemingly immutable laws of nature, or simply a shift in human consciousness and perception, is a good question. I’d say it’s a bit of both.

Jews and the Mark of Cain

I, like most people with a brain, have been pondering over the Jewish problem and its multifaceted dilemmas. Are they a race or a religion, or both? Has Judaism been hi-jacked by the Synagogue of Satan or is Judaism by it very nature the Synagogue of Satan with no need to hi-jack it? These are not simple questions and there is no answer that fits into a 5-minute Youtube video, although the solution to it might fit into a shorter video. Stop listening to their lies. Don’t blame the Jews for being what they are, but blame yourself for being dumb goyim and falling for it. You know the sentence George W. couldn’t say: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” I should add: “Fool me a thousand times, since I’m asking for it.”

Although I don’t know what Jews really are, I’ve sort of perhaps kind of identified one attribute they have: the Mark of Cain. Cain is the guy from the Bible who killed his brother Abel, because God is a carnivore and not a pussy herbivore. God then cursed Cain with the Mark. Wikipedia: “A mark was put upon him to warn others that killing Cain would provoke the vengeance of God, that if someone did something to harm Cain, the damage would come back sevenfold.”

I see this with Jews. They are sinners and troublemakers, but when someone acts against them, they have to pay for it. Although I don’t believe in the Holocaust, i.e. systematic program to exterminate all Jews, I do think it’s fair to say the Nazis acted against the Jews and had to pay for it. In some sense the Jews seem to be a challenge for us “goyim”. We cannot just get rid of them in any aggressive manner, but we must not let them control us. It’s like if you know a guy who is a complete asshole, you can’t just shoot him, because you know it would be wrong, but you don’t want to hang around with him either, since he’s an asshole. Yet if you completely ignore him, he will start plotting something harmful against you. A real moral dilemma.

I’m not going to discuss the metaphysical or theological implications of the Mark of Cain in the Jews. I don’t know how and why, and can’t answer all those questions. I just calls it as I sees it.


Mark of Cain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curse_and_mark_of_Cain


I’ve had a fairly complex relationship with Christianity all my life. As a child I began to detest it, and did so until my mid-twenties. As a teenager I, as most people of our time, were offered the false dichotomy of Christianity or materialistic science. I chose the latter, because it didn’t seem as dumb even though since then I’ve forsaken that belief system as well. In my mid-twenties I began to realize there is as much validity to the Christian world view as any other, even though it was still dumb, but so was any other belief system. I stopped resenting Christianity. I got rid of my emotional baggage on it. Then I could see Christianity truly as the monstrosity it is. Yet it’s never that simple, is it.

Christianity and the Abrahamic religions have been described as a mind virus, and I wouldn’t disagree with it, but I’m not sure if it is strictly true either. I’m more inclined to think of Christianity at least as a vehicle for this ancient Archontic mind virus. It’s almost as if there are these two sides to it, that don’t really know of each other and don’t generally interact with each other. Perhaps this is the ingeniousity of it. The religion of love and compassion has been used as justification for all sorts of violence and torture, and often spread with the sword, and not the pen.


Christianity in Finland (or the Bad)

This certainly happened here in Finland around a thousand years ago. Thanks Sweden. This is one reason I, and many other Finns, have resented Sweden for forcing Christianity on us through force, but of course the same had happened to Swedes before us. They were infected with the virus and had no choice but to infect others. I’d never seen Finland as a purely Christian country, even though in my childhood in the eighties we were. I call it more like lip-service Christianity. Most people didn’t really feel Jesus or Jehovah in their hearts, but it was simply something you should do. Part of the patriarchal control system, or rather the cult of consensus society. Since most people act they are Christian, you have to do it too or you’re punished. This may have been different in other countries in central Europe or whatever. Perhaps in other lands, people truly embraced Christianity, and it wasn’t simply an act of oppression. But not here. We are the men of the North and we do not worship Semitic gods willingly.

Now, I find that Christianity has almost disappeared from the minds of common people. It’s some embarrassing shadow people aren’t supposed to shed light on, except when archaic clerical institutions refuse to allow gay marriage, or some Cultural Marxist tripe like that. Now we are lip-service atheists. I don’t know when or how it happened. Was there a meeting somewhere that I missed? Back in the nineties we still had the lip-service Christianity thing, somewhere post 9/11 there was this invisible shift in the attitudes of people. It almost makes me want to have Christianity back. Almost.

I’ve written about this previously, so I won’t waste much time here, but I argue that Atheism is the fourth Abrahamic religion. It is a continuation of the mind virus, it does not represent freedom from the virus, but deeper enslavement into it. It is merely a system of dogma without any spirituality or mystical aspects to it. No life.


The Good

Despite all of the countless horrible things that Christianity has wrought on the earth, it would be intellectually dishonest to deny its good aspects. There are loads of good people who are Christian and the have been many such people in history. There are aspects of Christian spirituality I find truthful. I do consider the Bible to contain valuable information. I greatly dislike the cult formed around the Bible, and the worship of the book as the word of God. I do agree that God works in mysterious ways, so even though the Bible was of course written by men, and it was altered in the Council of Nicea in 325 AD and all that stuff, I can agree to the possibility that the Bible does contain information from beyond that we should know more about. Yet I think this applies to several other books as well. There’s so much different interpretations of the Bible around there, Bible code and who knows what. I’d be quite hesitant to dismiss the Bible as silly fairy tales. But I also abhor the use of the Bible as some sort of talisman, or an excuse to try to justify one’s particular delusions as reality.

It’s nice to see there’s also some sort of Christian truth movement going on. Although many of them have a very stubborn, dogmatic view on things, which I find hard to connect with, I also realize that many Christians understand the simple fact that there is a battle between good and evil going on on this planet. I certainly don’t agree with them on many details of how and why this is happening, but I agree there are not only nasty control freak people running this place, but there seems to be a more ancient, and less human evil at play too. I don’t see so many atheists recognizing this.


My Ugly Theory

There’s definitely the nasty mind virus-side to Christianity, but there is a positive side to it too. I figure this partially, at least, due to the Pagan elements in Christianity. Christmas doesn’t have anything to do with Jesus, it’s a Solstice celebration. Easter refers to Ishtar. Catholic reverence for the Saints seems like Pagan god worship to me. Even the myth of the god dying on the tree and getting resurrected predates Christianity by assloads (assload is a theological academic unit of time and means “a long period of time”). None of this in new information, of course, and many Christians wouldn’t agree with this, but I see many of these Pagan elements as remains from an older, natural religion that our ancestors followed. The mind virus had to adopt a guise that the Pagans would be attracted to to sucker them in, but once they bought the whole package they couldn’t let go of it. They were assimilated into the collective. Yet perhaps, the Pagan elements in Christianity were still working their magic, and have gradually been subverting the mind virus to more healthy ends.

So even though Christianity started off as a nasty Abrahamic religion, it really didn’t start off as one, since it had borrowed older elements into it. Over the course of millennia certain sects of Christianity may have shed off the virus, and became Pagan in the core while remaining Christian on the surface. I don’t know if this is true, but just trying to make sense of all of this.

So this is my Heretical view on things. Take it or leave it. I don’t want to offend any Christians, I’m just saying it as I sees it.