by Levi Savage
WHEN blazing your own trail through the wilderness there are a couple of essential items you should bring with you. A magnetic compass is one of those items. A compass is useful because it provides an objective indicator of direction. While an explorer can observe his surroundings to get his bearings and recognize landmarks to find his way, these methods of judging direction are relative. Instruments like the magnetic compass and the sextant assisted our European ancestors long ago in exploring and discovering the farthest corners of the Earth. They give an objective view.
So, how can someone have an objective view of morality? — a moral compass?
The foundations of European morality came from our ancient ancestors themselves, when they became separated from the rest of the human species as they traveled north into modern-day continental Europe and Scandinavia. In this new environment they were presented with many new challenges, to which they needed to adapt to in order to survive. One of these challenges was a much more limited naturally occurring food supply. No more could our prehistoric European ancestors rely solely on foraging for food in order to thrive. They had to band together and hunt bigger prey when the weather turned cold and the forests became dormant. Importantly, the shorter growing season due to the limited sunlight in northern latitudes required our ancestors to form cooperative agrarian societies to plant, grow, and harvest crops before the frost set in.
In order to organize an agrarian society, our European ancestors developed a code of conduct, a set of values — a moral guide, or compass, which everyone within that society was expected to follow. A hierarchy was established. Leaders were chosen to lead their clans through the harsh conditions of the ever-changing seasons. With this came a sense of personal responsibility — as each man, woman, and child was held responsible for contributing to the survival of the whole. Most importantly, our ancestors gained a kind of collective consciousness which allowed them to live together, work together, and thrive together.
The concepts of private ownership and theft are not universally understood throughout the human species. Our European ancestors championed these concepts, which encouraged each member of society to excel beyond mere subsistence living, and thrive among his peers to the best of his ability. Additionally, those who preferred to steal from the more accomplished in society, rather than accomplish something themselves, were harshly punished for breaking this code. We can see the disasters that the total collectivization of property has caused among White Europeans throughout history. One such example was the Virginia colony of Jamestown in the New World.
Jamestown, Virginia was the first English colony in the Americas (established in 1607) and it experienced the worst drought there in 700 years between 1606 and 1612. The colonists’ desperate situation was not just due to the climate, however. Jamestown was also the subject of an experiment in total collective ownership of property. By 1609, the mismanagement of the colony was so severe that 80% of the colonists had died of starvation and disease. A similar outcome was seen when total collectivization — communism — was forced on many nations 300 years later. The colony rebounded only after private property was recognized, and land was given to each colonist family in a kind of distributism, in 1619.
It is values like the private ownership of property that allowed White Europeans to surpass the limitations that other races have experienced and build empires that stood for generations. Private property alone is not the full story, however. It is important to understand what morals and values our ancestors evolved that made them distinct from other races, and it is essential to understand how they preserved a collective consciousness. The primary means our ancestors evolved to pass down their morality to the rising generations was spirituality and religion. Some of the earliest recorded spiritual traditions were simply a collection of stories that portrayed an ideal in a member of society.
The story Beowulf, for example, depicts a strong and courageous hero who slays the monster plaguing his people and does not rest until he cuts off its head. Stories like Beowulf survive today as folk tales and fables which contain important moral lessons that every child in a White society should learn. As our civilizations grew, pagan storytelling gave birth to entire pantheons of heroes, each exemplifying a different desirable quality or trait in the myths of their legendary deeds. As the saying goes: “Kinsmen die, and cattle die, and so must one die one’s self, but there is one thing I know which never dies — and that is the fame of a dead man’s deeds.”
Just as our societies grew, so did the imagination and creativity of our ancestors. Soon these myths and legends were united in a collective mythology, which came to dominate the cultures of White Europeans. This inspired many of the great minds of antiquity to make these heroes, real or imagined, come to life through their art, which lived in the people’s hearts for centuries — living through ages of discovery, exploration, and enlightenment. And so European religion was born. Gods, titans, gods who walked among men, demigods — all of these concepts and more captured the hearts, minds, and souls of our people and made them look toward the heavens to wonder what beings lived among the stars.
These new developments in the thinking of our European ancestors also encouraged our people to think about their origins, where they came from, what powers created this world, and where they were destined to go. This introduced reason into the European consciousness. Sorcery, among the better minds, evolved into science; astrology gave way to astronomy; alchemy became chemistry, and so on. This higher consciousness also motivated European man to explore, discover, and colonize the four corners of this planet. Tapping into a higher level of consciousness ignited the inventive and creative spirit in European man, allowing him to harness his creative potential to build empires, one after another, that spanned the globe. Our European ancestors built temples and great monuments to capture this new European spirituality and to worship the god-like beings they were, perhaps subconsciously, trying to become.
Near the height of European man’s enlightenment came the invention of organized religion. As the old pagan mythos was put to the sword and replaced with Christian traditions, the necessity arose for Christianity to encompass more of the European population, including those who clung to traditional ways. In order for the common man to participate in the traditions and rituals of this new Christian faith, communal centers of religion were created. What once began as small chapels, churches, and meeting houses soon grew into massive Gothic cathedrals, the very presence of which is emotionally stirring, which stood as testaments to our European ancestors’ ability to create structures fit for the throne of God.
European men filled these centers of faith with art, music, and other works of culture unparalleled in modern times. Even though our ancestors’ connection to their ancient pagan traditions had been severed, their European spirit continued as “Christendom” was adapted to its new human “environment.”
With this great uniting of the masses in faith and tradition also came a new danger. The unification of European man’s spirit and his religious practices would become a weakness that degenerative forces would seek to exploit. The “Great Church” became the primary institution in European society, responsible for the perpetuation of European man’s identity and traditions, though ill-suited to the task.
Long-held scientific knowledge — like the evidence for the heliocentric model of the solar system — which was understood by astronomers in ancient times was lost with the introduction of the Christian canon’s geocentric model. European men like Galileo Galilei were persecuted by the Christian establishment of their day for challenging “the faith” by proving the plain truth that heliocentrism was correct. In February 1616, an Inquisitorial commission declared heliocentrism to be “foolish and absurd in philosophy, and formally heretical since it explicitly contradicts in many places the sense of Holy Scripture.”
The idea of limiting all scientific and spiritual thought to conformance with written “scripture” is inherently anti-European. Never before in the history of European man’s consciousness had our ancestors been bound by “scripture” as defined by popes or bishops or the like. This, I believe, is proof that Christianity was created by an alien race-soul and used to dominate and control the consciousness of mankind. The spirit of Christianity and its “slave morality” is alien to the European spirit and our “master morality.” This slave morality stifled European progress during the Middle Ages. Many important scientific concepts, such the spherical structure of the Earth, which date back to Greek astronomy in the 3rd century BC would not reappear until the 15th century AD.
This gap in the development of European man’s consciousness stemmed from many sources; however the influence of Christianity certainly shares part of the blame. It was not until written scripture was made available in the common European tongues and made accessible to widespread analysis and criticism, and texts of the ancients also became widely available, that European consciousness was able to ascend past this stumbling block. Again began the process of enlightenment all over Europe as each of the European peoples broke through the intellectual and spiritual roadblocks that had stifled progress for so long. European man was free to become the master of his own creation once again. This ascension in consciousness gave the Victorian Era its distinct character, with monumental advancements in culture, religion, science, and technology. European man’s moral compass had become re-polarized, which gave him the direction he needed to push the limits of his creative potential to new heights.
Along with these new advancements came industrialization and the beginning of automation. Though fraught with abuses and dangers that haunt us still, this did give Europeans more leisure time — which encouraged education and the arts. This did not just widen the collective European consciousness, but it also deepened it. Plays, musicals, operas, and theatrics like those of Richard Wagner made the myths and legends of European history come to life and made them accessible to a wider audience that had largely forgotten their roots over the centuries. This led to the spread of classical European values all over the known world, as Europeans brought these masterpieces of art and literature with them from the old world to the new.
We see the evidence of these classical European values in the roots of America.
The United States of America began as a White nation. The White people who founded this country brought with them the ideas of the freedom to live free of government tyranny, to secure inalienable rights guaranteed by law, and to own private property. The US Constitution with its Bill of Rights was the product of centuries of White European thinking. The halls and monuments that the Americans built in the first century or so of their new nation borrowed from antiquity in their architectural elements, something many of us can see before us every day.
However, there was a loophole in the founding structure of this nation that allowed a parasite to take root. The permissive nature that the leaders of early America took towards religion made it possible for Jews who were fleeing from their host countries all over the world to seek refuge in the United States. Using their tribal religion that was alien to any spirituality European man had ever conceived, the Jews built up networks and communities, inherently separate and opposed to us, within and without our nation. With the Jews deeply entrenched in the structure of American society by the turn of the 20th century, it was only a matter of time before the social parasite would begin to consume its host.
Slowly and subtly at first, the parasite took control of vital institutions and functions of our society — and once they felt unassailable in their positions, they began to degrade society more overtly.
The Jew attacked the European man’s consciousness first.
With the advent of industrialization, both real and putative progress was occurring faster than ever before. European man’s urge to ascend ever upward towards a higher state of being was growing stronger and more self-conscious. But signs of trouble were present, too. African slaves, who possessed a far more primitive consciousness, had been shortsightedly brought to America. Then the heavily-Christian abolitionist movement triumphed, setting these primitives loose in American society.
It was this shortsightedness that led to the end of White rule on the American continent. With the Africans set loose, the parasite in our midst began to agitate for a revolution. By the middle of the 20th century, egalitarianism/communism and its activists were busily and quickly growing into a nationwide insurrection. Ostensibly championing the cause of the enfranchised but segregated “minority” populations in America, the Jews, with their massive financial and media resources, became the controllers, for their own purposes, of the “social justice” and “civil rights” movements. There were many battlegrounds across the country, some of them hotly contested, but much of the country had already acquiesced to the Jews’ demands.
Without a fully conscious opposition from the majority White population in America, the new political class was free to demolish White America by forcing its “integration” of America’s minority populations, universally through coercion and propaganda, and at gunpoint when necessary.
White America was doomed. By the end of the “counterculture” revolution, the Jew had completed his long march through every vital political, economic, and cultural institution in America.
We became foreigners in our own land.
Our White European heritage, our morals, our values, and our culture are directly opposed to the alien values that the Jew has imposed in America. Our ancient European spirit, which built this country, has been replaced by the forced teaching of Jewish myths. Our students are more likely to know of Anne Frank and George Floyd than of Nathan Hale or Andrew Jackson. And to complete his conquest, the Jew threw open the floodgates to allow hordes of non-Whites to invade our land, our soil, our home.
We see the results of our moral confusion today.
The American experiment has failed, but the death of America is not the end for European man. Wherever White Europeans exist, so too does European man’s consciousness — and with this collective consciousness, the moral compass by which we can navigate the storms of hate, degeneration, and destruction is revealed. We must re-polarize our sense of morality, our sense of right versus wrong, to be in harmony with our race soul, our Life Force, and focus on what really matters. In order to survive, we must first understand ourselves, find our roots, remember where we came from, why we are here, and where we are going. We must unite with our like-minded brothers and companions to focus our consciousness on the True North of eternity.
We will never forget where we came from, we will never forget why we are here, and they will never take away our vision of what we are destined to become. Stay the course, brothers.
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