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Change Versus Progress

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A Cosmotheist lecture never before transcribed

by Dr. William L. Pierce

THURSDAY, as some of you may know, I was out of the office, because I had to go to a juvenile court. My two sixteen year-old sons — it was a relatively minor thing — had been riding with some girls in the back of a pick-up truck belonging to their friend, and the friend managed to overturn his truck in a field. No one was hurt, but the owner of the field charged everyone with trespass.

When the court finally got around to hearing the case involving my sons and their friends, the judge dismissed the charges, but meanwhile I had to sit through several other cases.

One of the cases involved two sisters, about sixteen and seventeen years old, who had run away . . . → Read More: Change Versus Progress

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Human Dignity: A Racial Ethic

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A Cosmotheist lecture never before transcribed

by Dr. William L. Pierce

I WANT TO talk to you some more this evening about ethics and about behavior, in particular about the way in which we should behave. Last week we saw a couple of interesting films on man’s origins and on animal behavior, and let me remind you what I said after those films last week. Our pre-human ancestors were, as all the fossil evidence now indicates, predators, meat-eating apes, who hunted and killed with weapons, rather than tree-dwelling vegetarians. But this fact is no excuse for any kind of behavior now. Whether our ancestors 15 million years ago were aggressive meat eaters or whether they were timid, non-aggressive vegetarians, as the liberals so desperately want to believe, in a certain sense is irrelevant to . . . → Read More: Human Dignity: A Racial Ethic

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Intimations of Cosmotheism: Wagner and Shaw — A Synthesis

oswald-mosley-300x399by Sir Oswald Mosley (pictured)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the first in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism. Even the reader who is not a devotee of Wagner, or familiar with Bernard Shaw’s interpretation of his Ring cycle, should bear with Mosley’s essay: it will prove illuminating and inspiring. — Kevin Alfred Strom.

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THE MAN OF ACTION in the realm of art is a helpless being. If he has even the beginning of the sensitivity which is as essential to great action as it is to great art, he is irresistibly drawn to the luminous world, but within it he is an ingenuous, defenceless and, . . . → Read More: Intimations of Cosmotheism: Wagner and Shaw — A Synthesis

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Intimations of Cosmotheism: Aviation, the Cosmos, and the Future of Man

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by Charles A. Lindbergh (pictured)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the second in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism.

Here the great aviator, scientist, and patriot Charles Lindbergh speaks of the advancement of man on the eve of our race’s first steps on another world in 1969; he hints at a higher type of man whose dawn may be seen if we can “contrive a new process of evolutionary selection,” and speaks of an awareness that our lives — and even Life itself — may only be way stations on a journey of increasing consciousness, the next stage of which even our best minds cannot yet imagine. — . . . → Read More: Intimations of Cosmotheism: Aviation, the Cosmos, and the Future of Man

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Cosmotheism in Savitri Devi

1925-with-two-Greek-friends-600-dpi-color-CROPPED-RETOUCHEDEDITOR’S NOTE: R. G. Fowler published the following extracts from Savitri Devi’s Defiance under the title “The Superman: The Purpose of the Universe, the Meaning of Life.” I am reprinting it here because of the resemblance to William Pierce’s philosophy of cosmotheism. For more on cosmotheism, click here. Defiance is available for purchase here. Alex Kurtagic’s review is here.

Defiance, Centennial Edition, p. 61:

“MY FIRM conviction. . . is that the highest purpose of life is to forward the growth of a superior humanity, whose role is to rule a healthy world. No means are too ruthless that can bring us nearer to that goal.” (ILLUSTRATION: Savitri Devi in 1925)

Defiance, Centennial Edition, p. 234:

“The divinely ordained differences, expression of the impersonal will of . . . → Read More: Cosmotheism in Savitri Devi

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Power, Purpose, and Permanence

universe_of_stars If we want to avoid wasting all our efforts, we must understand certain things.

American Dissident Voices broadcast of August 1, 2015

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

AS EPICTETUS said, “Nature hath given each of us one tongue but two ears, that we may hear from others twice as much as we speak.” I read and listen a great deal more than I write or speak.

One thing that impresses me forcefully from my reading in the last few years — say, since I got out of the Gulag in 2008 — is that there are many more racially conscious White people than the System likes to admit. The Internet has given a voice to those Whites who have pierced the veil of lies we’ve been told about race, and . . . → Read More: Power, Purpose, and Permanence

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Classic Audio: Fundamentals for Victory

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A Cosmotheist lecture given by Dr. William Pierce on October 24, 1976 at the office of the National Alliance in Arlington, Virginia

by Dr. William L. Pierce

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I DON’T THINK I need to convince anyone here that what we are trying to do is very difficult. It is obvious from our own experience of the last few months that it is not easy to build up our numbers even to those needed for a truly viable organization, which I talked about a few weeks ago. It is not easy to bring new people to our meetings in the numbers we would like.

The difficulties we experience tempt some of us, I am sure, to place less emphasis on the fundamental Truth we express in our Affirmation and to turn instead . . . → Read More: Classic Audio: Fundamentals for Victory

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A World Gone Mad

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by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured)

A FEW DAYS AGO I was looking through a batch of pamphlets and leaflets published by various groups at Portland State University, which M.S. brought here with him from Oregon. Some of the material was published by a homosexual group calling itself “Men’s Resource Center,” and the interesting thing about it was that, if one skipped over the explicitly homosexual statements, the material read just about like the great bulk of the garbage published by non-homosexual, White, liberal groups which is continually coming across my desk. That is, it has the same general tone, the same general feeling. It all reflects basically the same sick and perverted view of life, whether it is from some Christian church group appealing for funds to fight racism in South Africa . . . → Read More: A World Gone Mad

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Shaw and the Religion of the Future

george-bernard-shawAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of June 13, 2015

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

TODAY I am going to devote this program to the ideas of a man whose vision was the precursor and inspiration for Dr. William Pierce’s Cosmotheism — George Bernard Shaw.

Shaw (pictured), like many geniuses such as Ezra Pound, can sometimes appear confounding and contradictory. Shaw had his “GBS” persona and he did use satire, even laughing at his own positions through the characters in his plays at times. That’s the kind of thing you do when you have a 200 IQ — and, as Shaw quipped, when you are missing the phrenologists’ “bump of veneration.” With evident exasperation at the slow progress of human and social evolution, he endorsed any dictator in sight — “men who . . . → Read More: Shaw and the Religion of the Future

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The Challenges We Face: An Open Letter to Elon Musk

Elon_MuskAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of May 23, 2015

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On today’s program, Mr. Strom shares the letter he wrote to Elon Musk (pictured), the founder of Paypal and the man behind Tesla Motors and the pioneering private space exploration company SpaceX.

by Kevin Alfred Strom

Mr. Elon Musk
Space Exploration Technologies Corporation
Rocket Rd
Hawthorne  CA 90250
*******@spacex.com

DEAR MR. Musk:

I recently watched the interview you gave to the World Post, and I was struck by your insights into the demographic decline of that part of the human population of this planet on which we absolutely depend for the continuance of our civilization. I was honestly amazed that you — unlike most men who have achieved eminence, and who hence have a great deal to lose — took on, without any apparent hesitation, an issue . . . → Read More: The Challenges We Face: An Open Letter to Elon Musk

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God — A Work in Progress

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by Max Musson

MOST PEOPLE fall into the trap of believing that there is either;

1. A fully formed, often anthropomorphised, conscious, sentient, all knowing, all powerful, all loving God, who has a particular interest in, and cares for us; or

2. There is no God.

Dawkins is good at demolishing belief in the first of these possibilities and the mistake that most people make as a consequence is to believe that his arguments therefore prove that the second possibility is therefore correct.

Science indicates that the universe came into existence with the ‘Big Bang’ approximately 13.5 billion years ago. No one knows what existed prior to the Big Bang and the Big Bang consisted of a sudden out-rushing of raw energy from a central point, filling the void of nothingness that existed beforehand.

Whatever existed in the void . . . → Read More: God — A Work in Progress

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Cosmotheist Ethics

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by Dr. William L. Pierce

THE PERSONAL CONDUCT of those who strive to follow the One Path is based on three foundations: Knowledge, Discipline, and Service.

First comes knowledge — an understanding of the nature of man, of his relationship to the Whole, and of his purpose. Then must come action based on that understanding; we must put our knowledge to work. We must let it direct us in our daily lives, so that we live in accord with our ordained purpose, so that we serve the ends intended for us by the Creator.

Knowledge is our guide, and service is our object, but discipline gives us the indispensable means. Discipline allows us to actualize the potential strength which our knowledge gives us. Without discipline, our knowledge will remain sterile, our actions weak and ineffectual.

The gaining . . . → Read More: Cosmotheist Ethics

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Hawking: Computers Will Overtake Us — But When They Do, Will They Have “Goals Aligned With Ours”?

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Those who will make such weighty decisions — mere decades hence — must now be made aware of Cosmotheism and all its implications.

STEPHEN HAWKING today warned that computers will overtake humans in terms of intelligence at some point within the next century.

Speaking at the Zeitgeist 2015 conference in London, the internationally renowned cosmologist and Cambridge University professor, said: “Computers will overtake humans with AI [Artificial Intelligence] at some time within the next 100 years. When that happens, we need to make sure the computers have goals aligned with ours.”

Hawking, who signed an open letter alongside Elon Musk earlier this year warning AI development should not go on uncontrolled, added: “Our future is a race between the growing power of technology and the wisdom with which we use it.” 

In . . . → Read More: Hawking: Computers Will Overtake Us — But When They Do, Will They Have “Goals Aligned With Ours”?

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Identity, Purpose, Survival

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“Identity, Purpose, Survival” is an early Cosmotheist-related article written by Dr. William Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce

DEAR FRIENDS, we have come a long way in five months. Do not be deceived by the brevity or the seeming ease of our progress. What we have learned so far can be stated in a few words, but a full appreciation and understanding of the meaning and implication of those words call for much careful thought. In the coming months we shall devote some of the necessary thought to the elucidation of those parts of our message already revealed, but it will not hurt us to look ahead occasionally to see where we are headed. We can always go back and digest more carefully what we learn.

We have been asking certain questions, and we have . . . → Read More: Identity, Purpose, Survival

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The Need for a New Religion

cloudscapeby Max Musson

WE LIVE IN a world in which many people have a dark sense of foreboding. Particularly in Western European countries where we have experienced better times within living memory, there is a feeling that many facets of our lives are deteriorating and have been relentlessly deteriorating for several decades at least.

In material terms we appear to be better off than ever before and yet the material benefits themselves do not seem to adequately compensate for less welcome changes and the sense that somehow our civilisation is in decay. Also the greater awareness of environmental and demographic factors means that we are conscious of the fact that we in the West are ‘living beyond our means’ and beyond the means of our planet to sustain indefinitely. We are told that mankind is . . . → Read More: The Need for a New Religion

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Fred Streed: A Cosmotheist Dialogue

galaxy_eternityIntroduction by William White Williams: “In 1978 a group of members who were especially interested in the religious or spiritual aspects of the National Alliance’s work organized the Cosmotheist Community Church.” That sentence from page 17 of the 1993 edition of William Pierce’s National Alliance Membership Handbook was removed in the 2005 edition — along with several other crucial passages, including pages 46-51, which described Christianity as an opposed ideology.

Additionally, entire paragraphs were removed from the section on general principles of National Alliance ideology and were replaced by a watered-down section on religion (p. 24), which stated, “Our membership consists of a variety of beliefs. A member may be very religious or very non-religious.”

Why did Erich Gliebe and Shaun Walker decide to remove those sections? 

Gliebe and Walker made a mess of the . . . → Read More: Fred Streed: A Cosmotheist Dialogue

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Following the Upward Path

Treeby Dr. William L. Pierce

LAST MONTH we received the first part of the answer we have been seeking. It did not seem to tell us much, but in reality it contained the essence of everything else we will learn. Let us think about it for a moment before we go on.

What we are seeking to discover is man’s purpose, both individually and collectively. Throughout a billion years of evolution the answer to our question has slowly taken shape and has been written by God on our souls, just as a different answer to an analogous question has been formed in the deepest part of the being of every living creature — and the non-living as well. (That is, the answers are different in detail, but they are all the same in a more . . . → Read More: Following the Upward Path

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The Measure of Greatness

Adolf Hitler DrawingA Cosmotheist view of history’s most vilified man

by Dr. William L. Pierce

APRIL 20 of this year [1989] is the 100th anniversary of the birth of the greatest man of our era — a man who dared more and achieved more, who set his aim higher and climbed higher, who felt more deeply and stirred the souls of those around him more mightily, who was more closely attuned to the Life Force which permeates our cosmos and gives it meaning and purpose, and did more to serve that Life Force, than any other man of our times.

And yet he is the most reviled and hated man of our times. Only a few tens of thousands of men and women, in scattered groups around the world, will celebrate his birthday with love . . . → Read More: The Measure of Greatness

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