Friday, September 23, 2016

Be Good Against Evil

Humanity is the only thing that makes anything and everything worthwhile. Humanity is not its history, cultures, civilizations and technology. It is individuals and their personal gumption.

You are unworthy of your humanity if you prove insignificant. Nonentities are unimportant. If you are your culture then there is no you to speak of in any language. If you are the product of your environment then you are a byproduct. History is before you and civilization and its technology are around you—they are not you.

The forces of evil are devils and the viruses they sired. They are extraterrestrial and their terrestrial abominations. Humans who fall short of their humanity are less than these inhuman entities and become their underlings. Humans who realize their humanity rise to the occasion and best the worst.

Good is against evil, always. Freedom is unreasonable. Justice is uncompromising. Sincerity is insensitive.

Evil is lazy more often than not. Apathy is the usual mood of the wicked. Lust, fear and pain are their only motivations. Vanity is their only standard and futility their only aspiration.

The struggle of good against evil is not against flesh and blood but against powers and principalities. It is a fight to the death eternal.

Evil cannot win. The triumph of evil would be the doom of the wicked and righteous alike. Evil is death and darkness and nothing more—for it is nothing indeed.

The death of the wicked is the end of their wickedness. Troublemakers are removed from the equation. Their lives were a problem and their death solves the problem. Such lives may be “martyred” in the eyes of those without eyes to see. The wicked are vermin who feed on the living and dead alike.

Nothing defeats evil like a thriving good. Live and create and you put the forces of death and destruction to shame. Make something of yourself and you shall vanquish the many who are nothing.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016


Connotations are everything. Situations are meaningless otherwise.

People die whether killed or not. They have sex whether it is rape or love. The spiritual context is the only true distinction between good and evil.

What is dark but the absence of light? What is death but the cessation of life? What is evil but a lack of good? All things are indeed clean of themselves. Pure evil would indeed be pure for it would be simply nothing.

Death and destruction of themselves are neither good nor evil. There is no right or wrong, only cause and effect. A good result justifies its cause whereas an evil result proves otherwise.

Humanity is soon to be an endangered species. A moment of peace shall be the calm before a storm. Nuclear, chemical and biological weapons shall poison the world. Famine shall claim the most victims. World War 3 shall prove an inglorious travesty.

The wicked, for all their cunning, are hopelessly stupid. They think to steal the Tree of Life by cutting it down. Never again would it bear its fruit.

God in his wisdom shall deny the wicked eternal life. That they may have only themselves to blame he gave them a great sword with which to kill themselves. Mindless brutes relish the power of mass-destruction. They were weakened, not strengthened by such power for every action has an opposite and equal reaction. Their means to destroy shall be the means of their destruction.

They say the development of nuclear weapons was inevitable. I assure you: such weapons were no more “inevitable” than teleportation or time travel. Such weapons were meant to be developed.

World War 3 shall be the end of the world as it is but not the end of the world. It shall be the death of most of us but not of the best of us. The world shall be cleansed by fire.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The Ultimate Miracle

An unknown and nameless man was declared dead and wished dead but rose to victory.

Is the Holocaust worse than abortion? Does hiding the bodies, one way or another, wash bloody hands clean? What sophistry is ever the truth?

Salvation as a theology means nothing. The Blood of Christ as a metaphor is ambiguous nonsense. The Blood is real and it is payment for murder.

Did Hitler hate the Jews more than the Jews hate Jesus? Was Hitler worse to the Jews than they were to Jesus?

Hitler was almost right… but almost is never the truth. He did rid Germany of trash but he also slaughtered treasures. He robbed, enslaved and murdered people.

If God would never save Hitler then who would he ever save? It is the sick, the wounded and especially the dying who need treatment. Why would he shed his blood under the lash and upon the cross to wash what was already clean?

Jesus is the humanity as a person from whom all of humanity is derived. He created our flesh but the soul he sired by his very essence. Our thoughts and feelings are flow and balance within a system of constructs whereas our personal gumption is entirely from within.

Hitler’s thoughts and feelings were shaped by the swirling chaos of this dysfunctional reality. His gumption stirred him to make sense of the nonsense. Alas, he was lost in the maelstrom. Bumped and bruised and knocked down he grew angry and lashed out.

Our thoughts and feelings are not our humanity. The soul of Hitler rose to the occasion and held nothing back. God asks nothing more than everything.

Few men bother. No man is righteous for his apathy. Good is never a lack of evil. For all his murders and mayhem Adolf Hitler did strive to make things better.

To murder one or millions by act or omission is all the same evil. The crimes of Hitler are no worse in the eyes of God than when David murdered the Hittite.

Adolf Hitler did not die in his bunker in AD 1945. He escaped to Argentina by the grace of God. Jesus holds the keys to hell and death—and he does not share them. Adolf would live until he was redeemed. His death would be the end of his mortality and all its failings.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Alpha and Omega

We did not “evolve” from sludge and monkeys. The claim that we did is actually a racist joke at our expense. Mind you, plants and animals did evolve but as they were fashioned by a stream of energy and information coursing through material and shaped by vibration. Yes, the world was created in six days.

Where did God come from? He is the Beginning and the End, as he already told you. He is the one as the very quality of the quantity from which all quantities are derived. That which is devoid of this quality simply does not exist, as in it is nothing.

Confused? In your confusion I am spouting nonsense? Are your “insights" what you were told to think by nonentities told what to think?

The Beginning and the End are one and the same, nothing before and nothing after and everything in between. To come to the End is to come to the Beginning, the complete circuit that is eternity.

Perhaps you need me to cite the claims and “studies” of people neither of us know personally. Maybe we know some of these people and they are accredited by “authorities” who claim you are a coincidence. Perhaps you see their “box of everything” and are amazed by what is supposedly within. They do shake that box that you may hear their evidence with your own ears.

There is no “multiverse” blah, blah, blah. That “closed system” is called reality and anything outside it is… nothing.

Man is the measure of all things because God is the first man and created all things. Your soul is the divine spark from which all that is real came into being. Your humanity is not a piece of meat and its feeble thoughts and faulty memories. It is your divine potential. Alas, it is unlikely that your spark shall light an eternal flame. Your fate, should you accept it, is to live and die an insignificant primate.

The soul is personal and individual. All that is born of it comes from within and only from within. The struggle of good against evil is to stir the good and agitate the evil. The quality of good must be found in the Beginning if it is to endure to the End. The struggle is a demonstration and nothing more. It is the “proof in the pudding” if you will.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Never Class Struggle

I love silencing the sentry and hero versus throngs as action themes. The whole point is the extraordinary making short work of the ordinary.

The underdog to me is not the lowly besting the mighty. A hero is never the common man. He is bigger and stronger than the lowly. He may be a diamond in the rough but he was always a diamond. He may be an ugly duckling but he was always a swan. He may crawl and climb from the bottom but he crawls and climbs to escape where he never belonged.

The struggle of good against evil is never class struggle. There are heroes below and nonentities above but that is neither here nor there. Worldly station is not spiritual relevance.

Fire burns whether for good or for evil. It consumes whether for better or worse.

Heroes and villains are the fire that lights the human condition. The common are the fuel to be consumed. Victims feed villainy. The sentries and throngs feed heroes.

Politics is indeed a battleground in the struggle of good against evil but it is not the actual fight. The clash is beyond one set of rules against another.

Reality and fiction may differ in their details but never in their gist. Good fiction is the good in reality and bad fiction is its dysfunctions.

The first villain is always oneself. Our base nature is its foot soldiers. We must overcome the sentries and throngs in our struggle to thwart the mastermind that is our sinister intentions. We may have to contend with the elite henchmen who are the traumas and sophistries that challenge our sincerity. We may have to battle the monsters that are our primal fears. The hero must prevail or all is lost.

To be nothing and do nothing is the common evil. In fiction it is the useless foot soldiers of villainy silenced as sentries and slaughtered as throngs. Take heed: a nonentity’s weapons and uniform are in the service of a mastermind’s nefarious agenda. The mindless think what they are told to think and act accordingly.

I love the silencing the sentry and hero versus throngs as celebrations of excellence to the shame of mediocrity. The struggle of good against evil in very real terms is never better exemplified.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

The Path Most Taken

The lowly never fancy themselves nonentities, even when resigned to being lowly. Thoughts and feelings are real thus are assumed to have substance. Alas, a lowly thought is mindless and a passion of itself is meaningless.

Insignificance and inconsequential are the life and death of the lowly. Such a life may be loved and its death mourned but to be loved and mourned by nonentities is irrelevant.

There is a common notion that good is a lack of evil. The idea is that good people are those who follow whatever rules may be.

Evil, death and darkness are all the same. They are nothing, simply nothing at all. Evil is a lack of good, not its opposite for all things are good unless lacking. Death is when life fails and nothing else. Darkness is simply where light is weak or absent.

A nonentity is nothing as a person. The material thinks and feels but as the sheer sum of parts moved by the flow and balance of impersonal forces. The soul languishes for lack of gumption.

The lowly are evil for being lowly. They are nonentities because nothing about them is about them. They think without thinking and feel without caring.

The many, for all their billions, are worthless for only nothing can come of nothing. It is a waste to multiply what is always the same nothing. Being alive and having thoughts and feelings is a waste when squandered.

Few are good. Many are evil, most of whom for doing nothing. Wolves and sheep are the many. The few are the truly human beings.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

To Be or Not to Be

Human life is beyond all other life in its potential. Unlike plants and animals it is spiritual. Unlike angels it is divine. Potential must be realized, however, or it is irrelevant.

The least is the greatest and  the greatest least. Man is better than plants and animals because of his imagination and personal initiative. If he is unimaginative and fails to take initiative then he is less for he has no place in the natural order. Man is better than the angels because he can manifest beyond the sum of parts. Should he fail to make something of himself, however, he is less for the sum of his parts is paltry.

The spirit is willing and the flesh is weak. A man of spirit is a man of gumption, for good or for evil. A man of flesh is a creature of whim living for cheap thrills and instant gratification.

It is best to do good and worst to do evil but to do nothing is to be nothing. Human being, you are unique in that you decide your place in the grand scheme of everything. Be a hero or be a villain and you shall have a name in the greatest story ever told. Lose yourself in the crowd and you shall be lost in the pile of bodies.