The nature of God Our God did not come to us two thousand years ago, He has always been with us. He was here before us and He created us in order to perform His work. Most recently we have known Him in the form of the Christian God - as we Europeans interpreted and went about doing His work - his son and his angels. Before that He was with us in a multitude of forms, ranging from Jupiter to Zeus to Odin to Väinemöinen and countless others through the aeons. He does not care what we call him and what we use for rituals, as long as we remain physically and do his deeds of Good in this world. What seems to elude most people, though, is that no single religion sits on all the truth, although there seems to be a lot of individuals - especially on here - who have pieced together a large enough amount of Truth about what is what in this cosmos of ours. Perhaps this will help some of you out there to wake up a bit more to the journey we are on. First off is the importance of hardware, or what you could call race. White people essentially have one father God, and despite what you call him He is the source of your animus and to him goes all the prayers you direct. Other people can worship God or our deities, but they are not blessed and seem to turn it into snake worship or some other kind of foreign thing regardless of what they do. There are a lot of evil things in this world that might listen to Bad white people, too, but one can usually tell if it is a thing of evil (left hand path) or something goodly in a matter of instants. Examples of evil would be what the Freemasons teach their members, essentially jewish kabbalism. Prayers and religiosity that has a positive and bright character is ultimately received directly or by intercession by one single force; our God. The eaters of souls are many, but it is few of the immortals that they ever manage to snare, even if they gorge on new souls to left and right. What they do is murder, though, since they prevent these souls from going to the afterlife, reincarnating and essentially developing. They do this by subverting primarily new souls into doing nothing or doing evil. If a person has the hardware required and we can help them to walk the path, we must therefore set good and constructive examples that these children will follow, so that they can not become food for Evil. Second is the importance of natural and traditional values. This is what our God wants; for the world to be whole, natural and for our kind to feel a brotherhood with one's own and to also live in peace with ones own. Our God loves constructive endeavors, constructive mentality, positive ideas and following His laws; the laws of nature. Now, I am not saying that he does not occasionally call for the crushing of His enemies, worldly or unholy. He is no wuss, even if He does not send us out killing for nothing. Third is the view of death. Here is something that cannot be proven in a scientific manner, I think. It can simply be experienced, and those who know simply knows. We have long had a tradition of going to Valhalla, Elysium, Heaven or some such place for living good, brave and honest lives. Many others believe in reincarnation, until a set of tasks in our God's plan - or enlightenment - have been accomplished. What if one does not exclude the other? I know that it does not. I cannot explain how I do know, simply that I have experienced it and finally wish to talk about it in a structured manner. There are people on this earth who have lived many times and who are sent here time and time again to do certain things. Whether conspicuous or unknown, these are all-important for the unfolding of the story of the world that our God has set. These are all vital to the development of our people. Sometimes, the ways of our God is hard to understand. Especially if one does not understand how he works and how the universe works. A prime example that I have spoken about previously is the grand case of martyrdom that befell the German nation seventy years ago, in the 1940's. Many of us despaired, tore our hair and did not understand how fate could be so cruel as to light up this world for twelve short years and then brutally take it all away with the murder, rape and slavery of untold millions. Most only see what happened and think that we must surely be lost, that we were crushed once and for all. This is not how it works. There is such a thing as cosmic scales, and they must always be balanced. If you wish to have great change, there must also be great sacrifice. That price, or at least a grand down payment on it, was paid in blood and an example of what society we must have was shown to us during those glorious twelve years. Thus we know what we must strive for and improve upon and we know that the Earth has been fed with the blood of heroes. Now these ideas, spread by the Man from Germany, have taken on a myriad of forms and are rapidly growing everywhere in this world of ours at the same time as we are challenged with the greatest threat to our existence in any form since the dawn of time: physical extinction. It is only a small threat, and as long as we bound back and become His followers once more and do His deeds, we will never die. If we live bravely, if we live nobly and naturally we might die again and again. We will spend time here and we will dine with our God - whatever we call Him - and his helpers - whatever we call them - but we are truly immortal. Some of us here and elsewhere are aware of who we were before, and this is something that greatly helps in knowing what you must do and where you must go. For those who have found home among us but who are new spirits, the road is also open to becoming immortal if that is in your nature. Fourth is the importance of the good deed, your tasks here on this earth. This task is what everything is all about, both the fate of the world, what once was and what is. If you fulfill these tasks and walk your path, you are rewarded. Your people also benefits from it. You may indeed die in the here and now, but you will grow spiritually and mature as a soul with every time you come and go between the worlds. Think of it as having a job. If you go to your job and do what you are supposed to, you get paid and you can enjoy life, grow as a person (hopefully), support a family and so on. We are perhaps not employees, but we are the knights errant of our God and thus we can only stay in his service and be rewarded by staying in His service as loyal champions of His cause. He is our Lord; he gives and he takes away. For example: stray from your path or do nothing, and you will find a life without love, meaning and you might get punished in the afterlife and on rebirth. Or you might not get rebirth at all if what you did or did not do is bad enough to warrant it. Walk your path and you might be tested cruelly and endure hardships, but you will be rewarded. We all have things to overcome and tests to pass. These things are little to Him, but important in the over-all scheme, not least of all to our own enlightenment. If we are not working towards enlightenment, we may not pass on to doing His greater works in this world or in the heavens. God truly is in the details, but He is also your Father and thus you must always trust in Him, love Him and have faith in Him as you try as best you can to stay on the path you know in your heart is the right one. Rest assured that He also loves you and that he loves our people - our Race - and that everything we go through is the road to the next age, what some call the Age of Aquarius, where things will not be as dark and terrible as they are here and now in what the same people calls the Kali Yuga.