“We come into this world with a specific, personal destiny. We have a job to do, a calling to enact, a self to become. We are who we are from the cradle, and we’re stuck with it. Our job in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine ourselves to be, but to find out who we already are and become it.”
- Steven Pressfield
Goodbye. God damnit
1:22 pm • 8 October 2012 • 4 notes
Prejudice is Magic has mentioned me twice in the past week?
You know you’re running out of material when you reblog someone talking about paleoanthropology, neanderthals and deep genetic markers as “Prejudice.”
11:08 am • 26 September 2012
There is No “Human Race” - Edenic Blogging Redux - Genetic Haplotypes, Evolutionary Pressures and implications for conventional paleoanthropology
This is a post recycle that comments on evidence of a lack of an “Out of Africa” common ancestor and puts forward the source in support of the last Edenic post.
Incidentally, I would like to suggest to my Edenic followers that the My Little Pony Mane 6 are a close-knit tribe of neanderthal females. We know this because although they are very socially competent, they are all introverted to some degree and all expressive of their own internal feelings first and foremost. They are soulful - Something which comes only with the neanderthal genetic component in modern European populations (with a few Asian outliers).
The below is fairly lengthy and makes the case for the lack of a common ancestor. This is heavily relevant because:
Only a university academic, for example, could believe that humanity was around for 150,000 years (if one is to believe the geneticists), and doing nothing but “hunting and gathering,” and then all of a sudden, and for no explicable reason, decided to invent civilizations such as Sumer (and all its Mesopotamian offshoots) and Egypt out of whole cloth, undertake monumental ziggurat or pyramid construction, invent calendars, agriculture, wheels, writing, mathematics, music, astronomy, banking, and maybe even electricity, as evidenced by the Baghdad Battery.”
- Joseph Farrell (Kudos to Zerogate and thehandsong).
Further thoughts below.
8:32 pm • 25 September 2012 • 4 notes
Edenic Blogging: No Common Ancestor
But with CT, you can capture the whole shape of a specimen, of course. You can look at the internal cranial morphology, the sinuses, the inner ear bones of Neanderthals, which we now know are differently shaped from our own.
4:03 pm • 23 September 2012 • 4 notes
mylifewithsocialanxiety asked: Whether or not we're all equal has to do, in a large part, with one's way of looking at society. If one looks at society with an "I'm superior to you" attitude, then of course one isn't going to think that everyone is equal. But if one looks at society with an "I'm going to love and respect every single person I meet, since everyone is fighting a difficult battle," then it'll be a lot easier to think of everyone as being equal. So why not just change your attitude?
I’ve been arguing with this person for a while now and I’m done with it. I hold this up as proof that libtard scum are unable to tell the difference between subjective feelings - I’m superior! You’re inferior!! - And realistic assessments about treating people who are completely different as if they are somehow magically exactly the same.
Tell me, do you know what an amygdala is?
In the lab, animals that have their amygdalas burned out experimentally with surgery or chemicals act exactly like leftists. They don’t live their lives in fear either. They don’t demonstrate anything like healthy organic natural responses. They seem insane. They rut wildly, neglect their offspring and abandon them to starve, approach their deadly enemies without any kind of caution and in general act like they are rabidly crazy.
I bet you’re one of these crazy motherfuckers who attend Occupy Wall Street rallies and ends up getting gang raped by some knife wielding psychos they implicitly trusted as being “Occupiers.”
4:48 pm • 21 September 2012 • 5 notes
Published here because I don’t have enough to say on this subject to warrant a fulltime blog to it. Deals with melonheads, ‘thals and cro-mag genetics.
2:13 pm • 21 September 2012
Jappleack Accidentally a Whole Traditionalism
I’ve been reading Ask-Jappleack for a little while now, on and off. It’s a neat little webcomic written and drawn by the guy responsible for the darkly humorous Pony.mov parody series. Originally Ask-Jappleack was the same sort of thing, but by accident or design Ask-Jappleack grown a larger plot (hurhur, plot) and become about Jappleack being a sort of chosen-one to defeat a cosmic apple monster, or something.
Anyway, I thought it was worth talking about this as when the comic starts, JA is a directionless angsty redneck, but over the course of the plot she’s transformed into a saintly and likeable character. Her God Hates Fags attitude has given way to a genuine religiosity and manic insecurity to humility.
The latest “Ask” section of Jappleack’s posts, there are gems like:
do you miss your home jappleack?i feel sorry
I do, but please don’t feel sorry for me. My life has a purpose now and I’m very thankful for that.
Why do you like apples?
They grow, you eat them, they grow again, year after year, century after century..
It’s all very wholesome and traditionalist, all of a sudden.
Coincidentally, I am currently putting my meagre artistic skills to the test by doing a Applejack poster that will appeal to the alt-right of my readers, something I’ve mentioned previously to specific people. It is happening and I will not bail like I’ve had to do on earlier projects, so that’s nice.
If this post has a point, it’s that the universe begins and ends with apples, so yeah, I’m gonna go stew some local grown ones I got from my grocer. Later folks.
6:54 am • 19 September 2012 • 9 notes