>>45>Generally the Grail is emerald.
True, in most instances, but I also saw mentions of it being black. Maybe it's about it being activated or not. An emerald in the darkness (midnight) looks black. One anon asked me about the black sun on another chan/board, I always thought that it's not actually black, but simply too bright for this inferior world and our deceptive sensory input evolved for survival within it. Think of trying to make a picture of the sun with an older digital camera, the center of it will look pitch black on the picture. That's how all but the most ascended see the black sun, and would be destroyed by it's rays and "total darkness" , similar to how the ordinary ego ceases to be after death. But for the few of us, it's actually the light of another, vastly superior world. Just as our organic brains and eyes see the ordinary sun for what it is, so do certain immaterial organs allow some of us to see the black sun in all of it's splendor of shadowless light.>>56>he is referring to jñāna or gnosis, i.e. direct spiritual insight
Which is the source of Aryan creativity. Or knowing things without having where to learn them (in a conventional sense). What do you think about spiritual insights being just a memory of a pre-degenerated state? That we are not actually learning anything, just remembering and coming back to our senses so to speak. Do you think that everyone can reach a certain state, or that one's state of inner quality is pretty much fixed? I'm leaning towards the latter, seeing how locked the great majority of people are in their condition. Maybe it just takes a lot of lifetimes to develop a certain pattern oscillation (and synchronization). And then amplify the residual signal to survive physical death and keep manifesting itself.>Hare Krishna
I was having a kek when some of you mentioned them for the first time on 8chan/pol/, laughing about the idea of people coming to promote such things, but then I thought, did I actually know anything about them other than what was the media narrative (of le funny meme cult). To correct this NPC-like behavior, my cynicism turned into curiosity.