The student went to his spiritual master and asked him: “Please show me God”. Â The guru picked up a stick and hit the student on the head. The student ran to the magistrate, who summoned him. “This man asked you to show him God, and you hit him with a stick; now he has a terrible pain in his head. What do you have to say for yourself?” “Ah, well” said the guru, “If he can show me the pain; then I will show him God.” 😉
Moral: God is something that you experience, not see,but only if you are open, seeking, and appreciative. God does not need to prove Himself to a mortal. Does a private in the army have to see a general before he believes he exists? No. He feels the effect of his orders.
.I got a respectful, thoughtful email from an atheistic white nationalist, urging me to shun Jesus, Christianity and any dangerous, Pauline notion of a Jew, of all people, being the savior of the human race. Â I replied as follows:
Dear comrade R,
Thank you for your thoughtful message. It Â contains much of validity.
My goal is to again lead the masses, and this time from the still-Christian America, not the post-Christian Germany.
The basis of my new religion is credible: my own and other normal peoples’ Â actual, experiential NDEs and reincarnation flashbacks.
It is not based on an eternally debatable historical Jesus.
I have a bachelor of science degree, Phi Beta Kappa (top ten percent), from Georgetown. I fully make the scientific method my own. My blogs are chock-full of trustworthy facts from good sources — and their analysis.
But “atheism”, in my unfortunate experience, implies an unscientific closed-mindedness. How can you believe or know there is no God anywhere unless you personally have explored every planet — and also entered every nook and cranny on every asteroid in the universe, exploring — yourself — billions of galaxies?Â
For suppose God is as the deists say, a creator who established natural laws, Â took off, does not intervene, and we shall meet him/it only after we die?Â
Was Sir Isaac Newton, the great physicist of gravity and othe rnatual laws, Â a fool? He was a very, very strong believer in God and the afterlife. Â
Have you died, comrade, in order to explore methodically theÂ postmortemÂ reality and now come back to report to me and to the world that it was just a big, inky, black nothing?Â
I find that atheists (not agnostics), unbeknownst to themselves, have a genuinely religious belief, immune to all counter-facts, that they “know” there is nothing after death. They are possessed by a kind of discreet, hostile, prideful arrogance (which Dr. Pierce, unfortunately had) about this one single point, this one area of hubris:Â
They, unlike usÂ hoi polloiÂ and the weak-minded, do not “need theseÂ comforting illusionsÂ about God and heaven.”
My coming religion, believe me, is radically anti-Jewish. The SPLC’s Heidi Beirich said, in fact, that my antisemitism was, quote, “so extreme.” Â Â But it honors Jesus, as Hitler did BOTH privately and publicly.Â
Hitler, who I was, gifted but flawed, then and now, also had the militant sort of atheists, the so-called “freethinkers,” thrown into concentration camps. Soldiers, even more than the rest of us, facing misery, horrors and then death need to believe in the afterlife — and that it is not all meaningless.
I would urge you to read the links provided. I have Jesus in the pantheon, but the new Aryan religion is not based on Him, or “a Jew as our savior.” I see Him with the deepest respect and just as He saw himself, not as an earthly king but as a radical reformer of toxic, psychopathic, genocidal judaism.
He was sent to defang this horrific religion that threatens the whole worldÂ — and make the Jews into a peaceful people. (LOL!Â )
I am doing this Â audiobook today on how Hitler and his closest friend, Dietrich Eckhart, saw the atrocious Old Testament: