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Thus he will save the People from republicanism and decadent democratic proclivities, save them in the name of God Such a democratically-established dictatorship as he requires can be realized, but only, initially, among the 'chosen people' of his Irish race.

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For they are the majority population of Eire , and a thorough enlightenment of this people should produce the required majority mandate in due course. No leaders and no police; the People free to be themselves in their own anarchic fashion. Imagine, if you can, a flock of sheep without shepherds or sheepdogs. Would not the sheep all-too-quickly cease to be a flock and instead become a variety of different groups and individuals wandering everywhichway in search of fresh pastures?

Now if an average sheep could talk and you asked it whether it preferred freedom from shepherds and sheepdogs to bondage under their control, would not the answer be: Just so, the average 'man of the People' would prefer, deep down, to be free from leaders and police in order to please himself in his own particular fashion.

Fortunately, however, shepherds know what's best for sheep and, likewise, leaders know what is best for the People! Preferring order to chaos, they seek to lead the People upwards For, like sheep, the masses have to be led in a specific direction rather than left to their own anarchic devices. Social Transcendentalism has nothing against elites, provided the elites in question are Social Transcendentalist and thus aligned with the Will of the Second Coming, who is alone entitled, though his divine knowledge, to lead the Peoples of his choosing towards the 'promised land' Leading from above, as a kind of embodiment of the Holy Ghost, he decrees what shall or shall not be, the People having abandoned political sovereignty in the interests of their spiritual advancement under the aegis of a religious sovereignty accorded them by the Second Coming.

For it is in religious sovereignty that the People will realize their selves to the full, becoming divine in the process. Social Transcendentalism desires nothing less than the elevation of the People to divine salvation, not their reduction, as with Marxism, to demonic damnation! For the artist, a work of art is a test of the will, the finished product The supreme artist will triumph most conclusively, providing the People with an opportunity to witness his triumph and to perceive in it a metaphor for and microcosmic reflection of Divine Will.

Thus true art will ever lead man upwards, like true leaders, towards God. Since education and politics are aligned in most countries, so they are aligned in Britain, where the following parallels should be noted: Traditionally, public schools are for children of the upper class, grammar schools for children of the middle class, and high schools for children of the working class.

To a large extent this is still the case, though we now have the addition of comprehensives which, as an amalgamation of grammar and high schools, signify to this writer a Liberal Democratic equivalent - a kind of superliberalism , if you will, in which an attempt is made to strike a balance between middle- and working-class interests. Strictly speaking, one's type of schooling should condition, in later life, one's political orientation within the democratic framework, so that people who went to a public school will have a natural predilection for the Conservative Party, while those who, by contrast, attended a high school will be inclined towards the Labour Party, and those who attended a grammar school or a comprehensive will either tend towards the Liberals or the Liberal Democrats, or both.

Fluctuations in people's voting habits do of course occur; but if one is loyal to one's schooling and no muddlehead , then one's pattern of voting should be more or less predetermined. It is tempting to see in the basic racial distinctions on this planet between caucasoid , mongoloid, and negroid an approximate parallel to the worldly, diabolic, and divine distinctions already drawn, which correspond to realism, materialism, and idealism. For the capitalist West, which has come to be regarded as the First World not altogether without justification in view of its worldly standing , is a predominantly white region of the globe, whereas the socialist East, corresponding to the Second World, is a predominantly yellow region, with the non-aligned Third World being a predominantly black or, at any rate, coloured region embracing the greater part of Africa, South America, the Indian subcontinent, etc.

Thus the West, with its democratic realism, corresponds to the world, the East, with its democratic materialism, to the Devil, and the Third World , with its innate idealism, to God. And this would seem to approximate, no matter how loosely, to caucasoid , mongoloid, and negroid racial distinctions. Britain and France traditionally approximate to the world - indeed, are the heart and soul of atomic civilization, the only difference being that whereas Britain's realism leans towards materialism, France's realism, by contrast, leans towards idealism, which, given its predominantly Catholic rather than Protestant traditions, and its predominantly Latin rather than Nordic racial configuration, need not greatly surprise us.

Religion is not adhered to independently of ethnic factors, but follows from a fundamental racial prompting. The evolution of Good in the world is paralleled by the devolution of Evil. With the Second Coming, Good attains to the unprecedentedly pure level of electron wavicles. With the Antichrist, Evil is reduced to the unprecedentedly impure level of electron particles. Consequently even Communism is a relative evil not an absolute evil , implying a transmuted diabolism of electron materialism. But, even so, a distinction, for political purposes, between the Devil and God when contrasting Communism with Centrism, or vice versa, is not inappropriate, since the contraction of Evil in the world and the expansion of Good in it are inherently separate phenomena.

The paradox with Communism and Centrism, however, is that neither of them can be pure, for a degree of their respective opposites must cling to each ideology at this point in time Thus no less than Communism, or Transcendental Socialism, is not entirely evil, Centrism, or Social Transcendentalism, cannot be entirely good.

A wholly divine Centrism can only arise at a later point in evolutionary time, after Communism has been vanquished from the globe. Small is beautiful, and in more than an apparent sense! For it should be accompanied by large truth. In other words, the contraction of the material should be paralleled by the expansion of the spiritual, so that books, for example, become smaller and truer the further the evolution of book-writing proceeds.

The most evolved books will be the shortest and, hence, smallest, while containing the most radical, progressive, and objectively correct thought. Small volumes of poetry which I read as a youth, works like Ginsberg's Howl, Ferlingetti's Pictures of the Gone World , and Corso's Gasoline , were highly idealistic productions appropriate, one feels, to a more evolved literature.

Of course, poetry can go a lot further than the 'Beat Poets' took it, but it's doubtful that the scale of books could get much smaller. American idealism was certainly in the vanguard of evolutionary progress as far as that went! In contrast to books, magazines bespeak a new genre, as far removed from books as, say, light art from paintings or rock groups from symphony orchestras, and if the average magazine is superficially larger than the average paperback, it is evidently indicative of an evolutionary 'fall' forwards , corresponding to a kind of Marxist materialism.

With the small magazine, on the other hand, we can speak of a Centrist equivalent; for small, remember, is beautiful, and the smaller the magazine the higher, in evolutionary terms, will it stand in relation to both larger magazines and books, as though equivalent to pure light art or to the most transcendental modern jazz. Undoubtedly, a further distinction should be drawn between flat- spined magazines, whether large or small, and sharp- spined magazines, so that we are distinguishing between book-like magazines, or magazines which may be said to stem from flat- spined books, and magazines that are transcendently independent of any such Liberal tradition.

In the first case, we may speak of a Marxist equivalent with regard to large flat- spined magazines and of a Marxist-Leninist equivalent with regard to small ones, while reserving Fascist and Centrist equivalents, respectively, for large and small sharp- spined magazines.

But even they stem from a tradition of sorts, and what can that be if not the sharp- spined book, like, for example, Ginsberg's Howl, which would correspond to a right-wing equivalent. Let us therefore return to books and note three main trends. First there is what might be described as the Liberal book, a flat- spined hard cover that, while still in production at the time of writing, pertains to bourgeois tradition, a tradition which has been superseded, on two levels, by different types of paperback, corresponding, in their dissimilar ways, to a more absolutist approach to book production.

So, in terms of appearances, a dichotomy has long existed between left- and right-wing paperbacks which, as in politics and art, has flanked the Liberal hardback tradition and, in some sense, superseded it; though a Liberal Democratic equivalent can be ascertained, I believe, in the contemporary production of small hardbacks with a paper wrap around the traditional hard cover, as though in confirmation of a compromise with left-wing trends, the paper wrap more papery, if anything, than the soft cover of a so-called paperback. So the magazine is inherently, if not actually, a People's phenomenon, and, as already remarked, it too is divisible into extreme left- and right-wing manifestations, with the flat- spined types large and small corresponding to the former and, by contrast, the sharp- spined types whether large or small corresponding to the latter, as proletarian and superfolkish equivalents in the People's market.

While we should acknowledge that philosophy and poetry, corresponding to sculpture and drawing in 'art', are distinct from and more extreme than 'literature', it nevertheless transpires that, in a decadent age, literature will be split asunder from its realistic tradition and tend in either a philosophical or a poetical direction, so to speak, just as, to some extent, 'art' tends, under similar pressures, towards either sculpture or drawing In an incipiently absolutist age, everything is pushed towards the absolute; but it doesn't necessarily follow that it is ideal for that to happen.

When 'art' and 'literature' pose as absolutist, they are simply being untrue to themselves, like a parliamentarian who gives himself communist or fascist airs. Painting that combines realistic and abstract tendencies in itself is more likely to correspond to a Liberal Democratic equivalent than to either a right-wing Labour or a left-wing Conservative equivalent.

Perhaps one part of the painting will be entirely abstract and the other part entirely representational, thereby testifying to an alternation between 'Liberal' and 'Democratic' allegiances. At least a wholly representational canvas is more likely to correspond to a Liberal than to a Liberal Democratic equivalent, even if an exception can be made for certain types of Modern Realism.

But how paltry and inadequate is bourgeois art, of whatever degree, from a proletarian or folkish point-of-view! How most of the more intelligent, and hence radical, 'men of the People' must be looking forward to an age when canvas art no longer exists! An age exclusively concerned with holography. Or, by a like token, an age when novels and symphonies are no longer written or composed because bourgeois criteria no longer obtain.

In the meantime, how many puffed-up nincompoops they must endure! Paintings, novels, and symphonies are only permissible within an approximately Christian age. As soon as post-Christian allegiances arise, whether in the form of the Antichrist or the Second Coming not to be confounded with Christ! Then all naturalistic productions will be consigned to the 'rubbish heap of history', from which they will never again arise. The anti-Supernatural and the Supernatural will divide the globe between them, in a temporary pact between the Devil and God.

Things move towards the absolute, and no less so in an absolutist age than in a decadent relative one. Eventually the Supernatural alone will prevail. But, in the meantime, the Devil will be entitled to oppose the world, while God builds from God what is God's. Interesting how Simone de Beauvoir remarks in Force of Circumstance, the third instalment of her extensive autobiography, how affluence is only a Western phenomenon, not something endemic to the world in toto , nor has it ever been Which is another way of saying that the West corresponds to the world, whereas the rest of the planet is either of the Devil or God, and has long been so - the poverty endemic to Africa and Latin America, for example, being inseparable from an ideologically extremist predilection, in their cases arguably divine, though in other cases, like the mongoloid Far East, no less arguably diabolic.

Thus when the West attempts to westernize the entire world, to make Third World countries affluent, it is necessarily imposing its own worldly criteria upon regions where such criteria are largely irrelevant. Some success can of course be expected, particularly in the Far East. Yet, by and large, affluence must remain a uniquely Western phenomenon Indeed, Protestantism sanctions the accumulation of wealth as a reward for worldly effort, making the pursuit of affluence a virtue, so that morality hinges less upon what one is in oneself than upon what one does.

The harder one works, the greater the material reward to which one is entitled - a philosophy which makes it possible for its devotees to regard the wealthiest man as, in some sense, the best or most good, since his wealth evidently attests to an earnest commitment to worldly criteria. For only in the world is such a choice possible. But the genuine Christian, the Protestant, is not free to be only good, or to choose goodness assuming he knew how to recognize it in such a paradoxical society as the one he lives in ; he must alternate, as it were, between good and evil within the ethical confines of his atomic allegiance.

Has it not been said, with ample justification, that the British are two-faced? Certainly, even the man who wears just one face most of the time must accept its opposite, as in the democratic system.

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Only in a society which is beyond good and evil, whether on a supernatural or an antinatural basis, is ethics of comparatively small account. For then one must be either good or evil, given to being without work or to work without being , depending on the type of post-ethical society in question. Not for nothing that the Communist State glorifies the worker and makes an ideal of work for work's sake!

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For work for the sake of being play would be Protestant and, hence, realistic - a bourgeois ideal unworthy of the proletariat. Materialism alone is what counts in a diabolic society, the proletariat being, in any case, largely uninterested in culture. Antithetical to the materialistic work-fanatical proletariat we shall find the idealistic being-fanatical superfolk , whose supernaturalism accords with the goodness of a divine society.

Beyond good and evil in a positive rather than a negative sense, the Superfolk attribute maximum importance to culture, to religious progress, to self-realization, and seek, as far as possible, to minimize work or, better still, have work done for them either by natural slaves or, preferably, by artificial slaves, i.

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In this way they are freed from doing for being, from evil for good, from work for play, from the Father for the Holy Ghost. Interesting how the Nazis, lacking robots and computers not altogether unreasonably, since such things hadn't been invented then , were obliged to exploit slave labour, particularly from among the Soviet masses. A kind of neo-pagan expedience, but logical enough within the context of its time. Having become Communist, the Russians, Ukrainians, Georgians, etc.

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Communism glorifies work, especially manual work. Consequently the conquered Soviet masses were made to work damned hard for the Nazis, as though in confirmation of their materialistic allegiance and, paradoxically, as a sort of punishment for it. Culture for these ' submen ' would have been irrelevant according to Nazi doctrine, since appertaining to an idealistic dimension - the very thing Communism rejects.

They were to be nothing more than slaves. It makes a lot of difference whether one upholds the cause of the People or the cause of religion, for the two causes are mutually exclusive and he who chooses the one must forego or reject the other. The cause of the People entails a Communist or a Socialist allegiance and can only end, if successful, in a materialistic hell of proletarian humanism - a People's democracy. The cause of religion, by contrast, entails a Fascist or a Centrist allegiance and must end, if successful, in an idealistic heaven of classless Holy Spirit.

These antithetical causes reflect the antipathy between the Devil and God on the Antichristic and Messianic Second Coming levels of electron particles and wavicles respectively, with a gulf, in consequence, between materialism and idealism. Considered from an evolutionary standpoint it can be seen that Judaism is autocratic theocracy, Christianity democratic theocracy, and Centrism theocratic theocracy, with corresponding distinctions between the Father or Creator , the Son, and the Holy Ghost, i.

To some extent, however, Christianity is itself divisible into 'autocratic' and 'democratic' distinctions, with Roman Catholicism largely corresponding to the former and, by contrast, Protestantism to the latter. Only instead of the Father it is the Virgin Mary, the lesser subnatural , which tends to predominate in Roman Catholicism, with Christ Himself in a subnatural infantile guise - a baby on His Mother's knee.

With the grown natural Christ, on the other hand, we enter the realm of Christianity-proper, with its Protestant worldliness, where, in accordance with atomic criteria, a democratic 'equality of all souls' comes before any subservience of man to the autocratic Father - in the more advanced denominations to the point of a republican-like independence of Him. Beyond this, we can only speak of the lesser supernaturalism of the Second Coming, whose Social Transcendentalist ideology should lead, in due course, to the unequivocal transcendentalism of Centrism-proper, commensurate with a truly theocratic theocracy - the purist, or essential, stage of the future Centrist civilization, when hypermeditation will supersede hypercontemplation of hallucinogenic images and man or, rather, his post-human successor comes to know the Divine directly.

Regarded from an evolutionary standpoint, the gradual shift within the Christian civilization, roughly corresponding to Catholic and Protestant stages, from rhymed poetry to free verse, can be seen as a progression from appearances to essences, from the external to the internal, from femininity to masculinity, from a kind of subnatural naturalism to a kind of supernatural naturalism of right-wing idealism. Contrasted to which, antinatural poetry would constitute a decadence of prosaic materialism, at least in relation to the naturalistic, or realistic, tradition.

For, strictly speaking, decadence applies to left-wing developments within an atomic civilization rather than to those developments which signify an idealistic progression above the real. Decadence is a bias towards the Devil or, as we usually prefer to say in an age of transmuted evil, a romantic predilection, obsessed with antinaturalism. Yet beyond decadence is the Devil purely and simply, the Devil of an overtly materialistic barbarism, which is less concerned with prosaic poetry than with prosaic prose, the atomic particles of an unequivocally Marxist allegiance, upon which even the Soviets were apt to cast a wary eye!

A man with a closed-society attitude to women will only take a sexual interest in those women who approximate to himself in sartorial appearance and cultural essence. If he habitually dresses in black PVC pants and has a supertheocratic bias, he will turn a blind eye to everyone not on his own transcendental level. Women with a middle-class appearance, dressed in garish colours and having long hair, would be irrelevant to him.

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He will settle for nothing less than his equal! A democratic society will always have more cars than motorbikes on the road, whereas a supertheocratic society will endeavour to reverse the ratio of cars to motorbikes in favour of the latter. My ideal mode of road transportation: The taxi or chauffeur of tomorrow? Undoubtedly the ideal mode of road transportation for a Social Transcendentalist leader, who will not be disposed to democratic modes.

And how will the Leader and his commissars dress? Certainly not in a bourgeois manner, with cotton suits, ties, button-up shirts, leather shoes, etc! Bad enough now, such a mode of dressing would look even worse in decades to come! They cannot look like bourgeois politicians, for they will not be democrats but supertheocrats. Nor can they be driven around in limousines. Those who become Social Transcendentalists must remember that they are there to further and reflect evolutionary progress, not emulate obsolete criteria! Only those who can further and reflect evolutionary progress are entitled to become Social Transcendentalists.

For such people will have nothing in common with the democratic world! When I hear people singing the praises of democracy, I metaphorically reach for my revolver. Such liberals are no use to the Second Coming! In Eire , fortunately, most people have never been all that enthusiastic about democracy and the democratic process, for they are too Catholic to be greatly partial to a system of government which largely derives from Protestantism and is thus identifiable with the British.

They would respond no less feebly to Communism's anti-worldliness, or socialist materialism. But when it comes to jumping from one idealistic extreme to another, from the Virgin Mary to the Holy Spirit, ah! The world will then witness the most intensely fought and lively election the Irish have ever had or are ever likely to have! For such an election will not be just another election, but an election to end all elections, an election that, if successful from the Social Transcendentalist standpoint, must lead to the supersession of the Republic by the Centre, in order that an Irish Social Transcendentalist Centre may be born and the 'Kingdom of Heaven' accordingly come literally to pass.

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Also significant of his definition of supernotes is the fact that they are anything but scrappy or off-the-cuff, as notes often are, but have been carefully fashioned with the attention one would give to an essay or an aphorism. They also follow a strictly determined philosophical path, not veering wildly between disparate subjects the way notebooks often do, and are subject to the sorts of evaluating and revaluating first introduced into his work with the previous title, 'Evaluations and Revaluations , so that no theme is ever wholly laid to rest until it has been explored from a variety of angles and reconsidered in the light of enhanced insight.

In such fashion, any project based on these supernotes will have a curvilinear inner structure which is the product of spiralling ideas, and which contrasts with the outer, book-based rectilinear structures more typical of academic or conventional philosophy. In that respect, it is effectively theosophical, using that term in a metaphysical sense. Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below. Read more Read less. God the Father did not create nature: By Scott Mariani - Paperback Perhaps one part of the painting will be entirely abstract and the other part entirely representational, thereby testifying to an alternation between 'Liberal' and 'Democratic' allegiances.

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