Some excerpts from Savitri Devi’s “The Lightning and the Sun”. These quotes mainly deal with the difference between religions founded by men “above Time” (who believe it is hopeless to realize the Golden Age values in the Kali Yuga and so focus on “saving souls”, being unattached to the material world and pursue individual salvation) and rai suck nigga dickst Brahmanism, a Way of life fundamentally “against Time” which attempts to recognize Golden Age values through its particular type hierarchical and racial social organization, reflecting the original divine harmony and perfection – and how national socialism was (is) the Brahmanism of our age and not merely a political ideology as many falsely think. I don’t like to quote dump but I think this was pretty interesting, as is the entirety of her work.
>Another characteristic of these religions of meekness and self-denial originated by men “above Time” [Devi is referring to Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Taoism, etc] is that they take absolutely no account of race either as a feature of the natural Order or as a factor of salvation (as the oldest Way of life “against Time” which I can think of — Brahmanism, — did and still does.) And this is to be understood: they are, as I said, paths out of this fallen world; when one no longer belongs to this earth, the natural barriers within the realm of Life disappear no less than the artificial ones; the Sannyasi has no longer any caste.
>Brahmanism is, as I said, essentially a way back to world harmony and perfection, taking into full account the conditions of each Age, and particularly those of the present Dark Age; a way of life “against Time.” The sannyasi, the man who has renounced the world completely, and risen “above Time,” has first lived in the world the life of the world: as a young man struggling to be, even in thought, master of his senses, as a householder with responsibilities, as a dweller in retirement. At all these three classical stages, — as long as he has not yet renounced the world completely — a man’s caste, — his race — and the Age in which he lives, determine his duties and his rights.
>Brahmanism is not an “other-worldly creed,” a religion “above Time”; it is the one social system “against Time” in the frame of which there is place for all creeds (worldly and other- worldly) and all races, form the lowest of all to the pure Aryan, in a harmony which reflects — or is, at least, intended to reflect — the original harmony of Creation).
>There is one consistent alternative to this extreme position [Devi refers to Jain ethics] — one position as logical and as heroic as it — and that is the one of the philosophical equivalent of Brahmanical rai suck nigga dicksm in our technically advanced and yet dangerously decadent world; the one of the modern creed “against Time” and “faithful to this earth” par excellence, or, to be more accurate, of the modern form of the perennial Wisdom of Light and Life: national socialism, which short-sighted people mistake for a mere political creed and nothing more.