Overall Christianity’s greatest contribution is the archetype of Jesus and through him, the emphasis on love, compassion, and charity. The concept of the trinity is also important in that it’s a metaphor for the nature of the universe through the workings of consciousness. However, the trinity describing the nature of universe/consciousness can be found in other traditions ranging from Buddhism (Knower, Known, Knowing) to the hermetic teachings (God, Cosmos, Space). Much of the work of independent researcher Joseph P. Farrell (who the White Rabbit calls his “main sleuth”) focuses on this tripartite aspect of consciousness. So it’s the life and teachings of Christ that makes Christianity worth following. In fact, I would say that the four gospels alone are the most superior texts of the Bible (and within these books the words of Jesus are even more superior, but not perfect).
The Old Testament is very interesting, but has nothing to do with the person of Jesus. The Old Testament has stories and allegories borrowed from Babylonian and Egyptian mythology. The book of Genesis most likely describes the god (read advanced being) Enlil/Zeus. The allegory of the Garden of Eden describes a former civilization and its corruption by Lucifer/Enki (another advanced being). The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by Zeus was the result of Lucifer’s (or Enki’s) corruption. The rest of the Old Testament stories about God giving the law to Moses was actually Enki’s/Lucifer’s story with his chosen people. In this we see Lucifer/Enki taking credit for Zeus’s actions as told in Genesis and playing himself off as the supreme creator of the Universe (1). So the Old Testament is made up of old stories known to learned men of the ancient world and the tribal history/mythology of the Hebrews. The rest of it describes the laws that Enki/Lucifer demanded his Jews to follow (probably to gauge his follower’s devotion to him?). Both gods (Zeus and Lucifer) described as “Yahweh” in the Old Testament are not the Supreme Creator of the Universe (for a more complete understanding of the Supreme Creator or “God,” read the first footnote linked below), they’re just advanced beings or extraterrestrials (2). The Old Testament also contains the book of Psalms, which provide much practical wisdom.
The two big questions in Christianity are was Jesus an actual historical figure and who wrote the New Testament? This author doubts that Jesus actually existed, but it really doesn’t matter. The message of Jesus is still a Great Good whether such a man existed or not. If he did live, he was no more the son of God (aka the Force/Supreme creator/God) than the Roman soldier who hammered the nails into his hands on the cross. We’re all God’s sons and daughters. So if Jesus actually did live he was just a remarkable man of wisdom with great knowledge of God/The Force/the Supreme Creator. The resurrection and virgin birth were myths. If Jesus did live then the miracles done by Christ were “magic” that he performed to gain legitimacy for his message. Some speculate that during his “lost years” that he studied the mysteries in Egypt? Perhaps this is where he learned his knowledge? As I said above, this author tends not to believe that Jesus was a real person. There’s just no evidence to support it.
So then who wrote the New Testament? This question will probably never be answered. I believe some learned Greeks wrote the story of Christ for positive reasons. I believe Christ is an allegory for gaining a high state of consciences. Christ dying on the cross is a metaphor for the death of our lower, base, material self so that the higher spiritual self can ascend. This is the Gnostic Christian idea of attaining “Christ consciousness.” This is no different than the Hindu idea of discovering your Atman. You hammer your ego to the cross that your true spiritual self can arise. As far as eternal salvation, no one really knows what happens when we die. Since the universe tends to be cyclical, this author tends to believe that we too come back again in some form. The path to spiritual salvation is about finding your Christ consciousness wherever you find yourself and once you are at peace with yourself and the universe around you, then you are saved. Once your intentions are motivated purely by love, you’re saved. So Jesus is the way to salvation because being like Jesus is the way to salvation. It has nothing to do with saying some words about “accepting Christ as your savior” or taking part in dogmatic rituals.
I believe these learned Greeks probably intended on creating a spiritual movement based on hermetic and platonic ideas. I believe that once this faith started spreading, that certain powerful parties took notice. These parties probably decided that since they couldn’t stop the Christ movement, that they would capture it and take in the direction that they wanted. So this is when Paul came on the scene. Paul started pushing for organized churches. When Paul was Saul he persecuted Christians. But when Christianity started gaining steam, someone ordered Saul to become Paul in order to co-opt the teachings of Christ. Christianity became an organized religion and then merged with the Roman state. The organized Christian church maintained much of Christ’s teachings but then added the rules and sacraments to keep the people in line. You could live a life almost identical to Jesus but if you didn’t believe in taking “Holy Communion” you were “damned.”
But while the Church was an organization of oppression, superstition, and corruption there’s no doubt that the Catholic Church was critical in civilizing the West. Through its hierarchy the Church worked as a center of organization. It started institutions of learning and charitable entities. Monasteries and abbeys served their local communities. The town church had a social welfare role. When it comes down to it, the Catholic Church was the most influential organization in the history of the West. Later, the Protestants came along and enacted some needed reforms that led to increased literacy among the masses, but with them too we see witch burnings and tyrannical social controls. Overall though, Christianity did a lot to bring about the social and cultural unity of the White Western world. Most of what people called “Christendom” in say the year 1550, was what I today would call “White-dom.” Of course, today Christianity has lost much of its influence in the Western world.
Overall I have positive feelings towards Christianity but don’t care much for much of the dogmas of organized religion. This isn’t to say that I reject organized religion outright. I respect the Catholic and Orthodox denominations especially. I enjoy watching Catholic mass and Orthodox liturgy. I have great affection for Catholic and Orthodox Cathedrals and churches. If I had children I would send them to Catholic schools before I ever sent them to public schools. I grew up going to a mainline Protestant church and go to service on holidays when it is required of me by certain family members. I value a good sermon.
The only churches I feel uncomfortable in are the Evangelical churches with people holding their hands in the air, speaking in tongues, freaking out and damning people who don’t give their undying support to the state of Israel. I can’t stand the music in these churches or the dancing about (I like the old hymns, as they would have sang in Victorian England. OK I admit liking “Shout to the Lord” and “Awesome God.”). I consider the preaching of preachers like John Hagee to be black magic that does nothing but whip up people’s emotions. There’s no love in these sermons, as they’re usually just political or social screeds. If ever there were churches that were run by Lucifer himself, it’s these types. These churches only arose in the last 40 years and in this author’s opinion, are most likely the products of intelligence organizations? In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if in the future these churches totally rejected Christ outright and became Old Testament Churches that worshiped the Old Testament god and had for its Vatican the state of Israel. I don’t think the people who attend these churches are necessarily bad, I just find them to be spiritually and politically mislead. I believe the appeal that these churches have is in their political and social intertwinement. These churches make you feel like God is on your side politically and socially. The mainline Protestant churches tend to be politically liberal. So in America you have churches for the Right (Evangelical) and the Left (mainline protestant). The Catholic and Orthodox churches tend to be apolitical. This is another reason why I prefer the Catholic and Orthodox churches as institutions? There’s little to no politics.
Ok, this isn’t totally true; at least regarding covert politics. In the battle against the New World Order the Orthodox Church (outside the United States) has been a bulwark. The Catholic Church also has some strong elements that oppose the Anglo-America-Judeo-Illuminati-Elite (3). The mainline Protestants however are four-square in the NWO camp. The Evangelicals are behind the Jewish faction of the Anglo-American-Judeo-Illuminati-Elites, but do show some rhetorical opposition to the NWO (unless it’s the Jews running it, then I guess it’s OK with them?).
The one issue that all Christian churches fail on is the issue of White genocide (see page above titled “Program for White Genocide”). Not only do they remain silent on this massive injustice, but they take part in politics and activities that increases immigration into White countries. Even among conservative Evangelicals leaders you see support for so called “comprehensive immigration reform.” The White peoples of Christendom bled and died for the Christian faith but the Christian faith appears unwilling to fight for us? This is one of the reasons I’m disseminating ideas for a new religion for White people called the “White Path” (4). In this religion I include the archetype and teachings of Christ as the “son of god” Thor (with “god” meaning the All-Father Odin) (5). I take the best parts of Christianity (the teachings and archetype of Christ) and include them with a religion designed for the peoples of the White West. This new religion would be less necessary if the Churches would stand behind us in our struggle against White genocide. But unfortunately they don’t, and even claim that ethnic or racial exclusivity is against the idea of universal love that Christ preached for.
Of course, no-one is flooding Japan with non-Japanese and force-integrating these non-Japanese while claiming that the Japanese who oppose this are against universal love. And no one is flooding Israel with non-Jews and force integrating these non-Jews while claiming that the Jews who oppose this dynamic are people against universal love. This claim of lacking love isn’t directed at any non-White peoples. Only White people are accused of being against universal love for not wanting to be blended out of existence via forced integration (or for wanting spaces and institutions for themselves).
I see no reason why Whites would be any less capable of universal love for others while having spaces and institutions of our own? Certainly no one would argue that Jews aren’t able to love universally due to the existence of Israel or AIPAC? And no one would say that Africans are unable to love universally due to the existence of Nigeria, Zimbabwe or the NAACP? Only Whites are told that we’re not universal lovers for wanting spaces and institutions of our own. This is the dialectic of White genocide
Genocide (by forced diversity or any other method) is not universal love. People who deny White humans the same rights as other humans are not lovers, they’re haters. Pro-Whites have the moral high ground on this issue. I know of no one taken seriously within White Nationalism or among pro-Whites who seriously advocates denying spaces and institutions to non-Whites or even Jews? Pro-Whites are the true champions of freedom, choice, and community. If non-Whites and yes, even Jews support our rights, we will gladly do the same in return. Love between two people is based on mutual respect. Let us all live by the Golden Rule and do on to others, as we would wish done on to us. Just as humans thrive in families that they choose to form, let us not deny all humans the right to thrive in communities and nations that they choose to form. Much of the alienation that people report in modern life is caused from the loss of community. Diversity is a major cause in the loss of community in the United States (6). This is an issue that the Christian churches should stand behind us on for moral and practical reasons.
Christianity has a great message to offer, but there’s no reason to think that this message has to be in opposition to White freedom. I recommend that the churches start thinking about standing with pro-Whites on the issue of White genocide. The world is about the change greatly. Once matters are set-aright on this earth, you’re going to want to be known as among those who stood against White genocide. If you don’t, then don’t be surprised if the people of the West look to a new Path for their spiritual needs (7).
What Would Jesus Do? He would oppose White genocide.