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Zarathustra's Wheel.

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I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
 
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Thank you HP for giving us courage and motivation through these words!

This sermon fits perfectly with a situation that I'm facing at the moment. The fact that coincidences like this occur regularly - to find here exactly the words that I need to listen to, at the perfect time - it's just one of the many things that creates reassurance, which leads to an even stronger grip on that wheel!
 
It's so true that we face these things in life that try to throw us off-course constantly. The work of the enemy, people in our lives, our own struggles and so forth. I will keep reminding myself that we are spiritual beings and that we can overcome all obstacles of our physical realm through advancing ourselves spiritually. Oftentimes we don't see the end result of our work until its achieved.

Meditation has felt a bit like dying to me. A way of letting go and allowing myself to progress forward with a stillness and focus of mind. The gifts we have been carried from our Gods to people like Maxine, you and others of which you bring to the world is something to revel in and hold as a most precious treasure that should never be avoided, especially when things get tough. Coming through to the other side makes us even stronger and better. It's through this process that we embody our divine Gods evermore further while also helping to advance ourselves in every way imaginable.

Thank you for this empowering sermon!


I should ask for anyone who knows - is Zarathustra one of our people? Wikipedia says he influenced Plato and Pythagoras yet he also influenced the enemy and founded Zoroastrianism (an enemy religion), hence my confusion with he title Zarathustra's wheel.

Does anyone have any links or know more details on this? I sometimes find that Wikipedia has a lot of disinfo, albeit most other times it seems highly accurate.
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
High Priest, thank you for this.

I’m really struggling recently and it’s making me miserable and restless. I feel I want to be more, grow and do more but I feel so stuck and stagnant in my place.

I feel connected to my higher potential for a week or two when I’m focused and have purpose and then I have a month or two where I don’t know what the fuck am I doing, what I should even do, or what am I doing it for.

It burns me daily that I want to be what I know I can be. I want to be wealthy, powerful, and advanced in magick. But then I look at myself now and I feel I’m going nowhere, then I get distracted again, then the pain of all of this makes me want to use escapism and self-sabotage and I end up feeling more lost.

I don’t know what to do I feel so confused, raging, and restless and I wish I was on the path or I felt I was doing good enough and start to reap some satisfactory results and power or get some reassurance.
 
My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

In Nietzsche's terms, Zarathustra was the chosen symbolic protagonist of his work not because the faith of his founding was the correct one, but entirely the reverse. In Nietzsche's eyes, the dualist philosophy present in the systems we stand opposed started with him. At the same time, the highest virtue of Zarathustra's system was still espoused to be Asha, or simply, 'Truth'. Inasmuch, Zarathustra was Nietzsche's ideal protagonist, as his own eternal reoccurrence would be him setting his own record straight in the pursuit of the highest truth. Zarathustra made the gravest of errors, and thus, must have been the one to correct it. That was his own personal overcoming. The narrative ends with him overcoming the last remnants of his prior presumptions and realizing the value of self-work, contrast with the historical Zarathustra's preaching of moral doctrine as the path to highest Divinity, which he now realizes was a dead end. Symbolically, the story began with the Prophet sitting aloft a mountain with a crowd of listeners, and ended with him alone in a cave, having chosen to preach further to none, for he accepted he was not yet wise enough.

Since a few people have asked, don't confuse Nietzsche's Zarathustra with the historical Zarathustra. Zarathustra being the founder of the religion he was, was entirely the reason he was chosen as the principle character, as there was no one more fitting to demonstrate something effectively 'Christ-like' to Nietzsche's idea of the 'Anti-Christ'. The complete degree of this transformation is entirely the symbolic point, as he casts off the last of the 'Christ-like' virtues at the end of the narrative in order to better himself, proclaiming he won't make such a mistake again.
 
People do not realize. This sermon is one of those: in need of a holy inscription in stone, in wood and in paper, held in a museum for the next thousands civilisation to read and learn, admire and hold close to heart. Out of human bounds, a holy intervention for humanity. Thank you.
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
This is a very beautiful sermon, thank you!

I've been boating and it was an interesting experience.

It can often be stormy in life, but if you sincerely believe in the Gods, then all the storms of life will be overcome!
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
Thank you HPHC 666
Words of strength of encouragement of pushing forward and holding on to the wheel, going towards to our final destination with of family in the heavens with our Father Satan and the Gods

Hail Father Satan, all Glory all Honour and all Praises to you Almighty Creator God ❤️
Hail to All the Gods and Goddesses ❤️
 
In Nietzsche's terms, Zarathustra was the chosen symbolic protagonist of his work not because the faith of his founding was the correct one, but entirely the reverse. In Nietzsche's eyes, the dualist philosophy present in the systems we stand opposed started with him. At the same time, the highest virtue of Zarathustra's system was still espoused to be Asha, or simply, 'Truth'. Inasmuch, Zarathustra was Nietzsche's ideal protagonist, as his own eternal reoccurrence would be him setting his own record straight in the pursuit of the highest truth. Zarathustra made the gravest of errors, and thus, must have been the one to correct it. That was his own personal overcoming. The narrative ends with him overcoming the last remnants of his prior presumptions and realizing the value of self-work, contrast with the historical Zarathustra's preaching of moral doctrine as the path to highest Divinity, which he now realizes was a dead end. Symbolically, the story began with the Prophet sitting aloft a mountain with a crowd of listeners, and ended with him alone in a cave, having chosen to preach further to none, for he accepted he was not yet wise enough.

Since a few people have asked, don't confuse Nietzsche's Zarathustra with the historical Zarathustra. Zarathustra being the founder of the religion he was, was entirely the reason he was chosen as the principle character, as there was no one more fitting to demonstrate something effectively 'Christ-like' to Nietzsche's idea of the 'Anti-Christ'. The complete degree of this transformation is entirely the symbolic point, as he casts off the last of the 'Christ-like' virtues at the end of the narrative in order to better himself, proclaiming he won't make such a mistake again.
@Arcadia

I recall this as far back as maybe 2017 on the old ProPHP or 2018 time period of so on current A-Forums.

My question is, is Zarathustra related to Sorath?

I recall one person about year after the A-forum opening so sometime around 2019 mentioning. That Sorath in Sanskrit = Saurathra and that his 3 main temples on the Western Indian shores i.e. towards the Persian Gulf. These three temples according to historical scribing of the locals in the area.

State:

1) These three temples belonged to a being of higher people called Saurathra.

2) These temples inasmuch where considered Schwarzsonne(Black Sun) temples.

and...

3) Each of the three temples in an era with the Last Sangha of the Gods, when they went away 10,000 years or so ago, possessed 58ton(M58 Venus 5+8 = 13) Schwarzsonne disks, black sun disks floating in the air due to immense spiritual propagation of the 3 temples. Which the Gods removed or hid somewhere and removed them from the populace.

Is Sorath, Saurathra = Zarathustra?

Or is it simply a entity whose concept is akin to Sorath but at a hidden level. I notice the jews often attack Nietzsche in the past when he made his heyday and throughout various periods of time.

As Thus Spake Syphilis, to which the jews and their feeble kosher minds didn't realize or knew perfectly well syphilis is endemic in those eras and would not be surprised if even they themselves had such incidents within their population.

In simplest terms the jews baseless and disgraceful acts against the great Philosopher, a character assassination, couldn't be done a murder of this person Nietzsche like Hypathia or others example being Giordano Bruno to name one prominent person as well even if he helped religions of the time he had no choice.

But I see that Nietzsche always gets attacked. As one article put it, Nietzsche's Anti-Nihilism Nihlism. They weren't trying to be disrespectful but did acknowledge a darkening period whereby you'll go through desolation to fix the person.

Not akin to meditations and their negative outbreaks trying to heal and treat the negativity of the soul imbued through the person and their lifetimes.

So is this entity the description of a God i.e. Sorath or is it merely another person who like Apollonius of Tyana they mashed his stuff into utter shit and cucked it up into christ shit for their anti-Gentile campaign. And Nietzsche merely recreated the tale in a justicial manner of trying to free the World and show the World look this entity whether fictional or a live entity at one point, Zarathrustra, embarked on a journey to help mankind and not cuck it up and shit on it like our enemy the Church and it's kosher cohorts.

Am I wrong to link Zarathrustra as Sorath i.e. the Solar Elitist Deity?

Did Nietzsche ever get in contact with our side in one way or another? Was he a byproduct of the time, ahead of everyone like Hitler's Theoretician vs Politician or Marathon Runners of their Civilization?

I've often had desire to review his work particularly the Wayne edition which seems less corrupt or not as much. But like many things in life there's been such a corrosive acid spat on literary works. I fair state it might require a deep analysis and deep clinical to understand Nietzsche from a non-kosher perspective as the enemy has been at liberty to basically shit on philosophers works throughout time.
 
Excellent sermon, I took these words very seriously and made this request related to holding the wheel and looking at the depths.

Am I the only one who feels a strong hunger/thirst in the second chakra? It is something positive, but I would like to understand how to quench my thirst.
 
Thank you.

I added this to my bookmarks. I've finally learned how to do it, there used to be a lot of articles I wanted to save somewhere, but I didn't know how.
 
I believe in this article and topic very much! Many times I have imagined myself on a ship in a restless and fast ocean in my life and I saw myself as a strong sailor in this wild ocean. Lord Satan has helped me a lot to strengthen my hands :)) He put his hands on my hands and guided me like a loving father. lord Satan gave me the ability to face the terrible waves. And I've been facing my feelings on this path a lot in the new year and I've gained a deep understanding of myself and my path :).
 
" You can't control the waves, but you can learn to surf " ( I read this just yesterday )
amazing sermon, thank you HPHC for always being with us ❤️
 
Exceptional post, thanks Arcadia. It cleared up my confusion and has encouraged me to learn with more of an even more open mind. Although Nietzsche was opposed to NS he wrote such powerful and outstanding works! Too much bias is not a good thing in our development. Even people I can't stand in the world (Tucker Carlson to name one) still put out truthful and useful information in spite of the abhorrent sellout and controlled opposition that he and others are.

I'm working through A Will to Power; the final work of Nietzsche's which is a collection of various unpublished writings. It might not be the best point to start yet that's the only book of his that I could get immediate access to at the time. There is so much to be gained from his writings and I thank you for your inspiring thoughts on this.
 
@Arcadia

I recall this as far back as maybe 2017 on the old ProPHP or 2018 time period of so on current A-Forums.

My question is, is Zarathustra related to Sorath?

I recall one person about year after the A-forum opening so sometime around 2019 mentioning. That Sorath in Sanskrit = Saurathra and that his 3 main temples on the Western Indian shores i.e. towards the Persian Gulf. These three temples according to historical scribing of the locals in the area.

State:

1) These three temples belonged to a being of higher people called Saurathra.

2) These temples inasmuch where considered Schwarzsonne(Black Sun) temples.

and...

3) Each of the three temples in an era with the Last Sangha of the Gods, when they went away 10,000 years or so ago, possessed 58ton(M58 Venus 5+8 = 13) Schwarzsonne disks, black sun disks floating in the air due to immense spiritual propagation of the 3 temples. Which the Gods removed or hid somewhere and removed them from the populace.

Is Sorath, Saurathra = Zarathustra?

Or is it simply a entity whose concept is akin to Sorath but at a hidden level. I notice the jews often attack Nietzsche in the past when he made his heyday and throughout various periods of time.

As Thus Spake Syphilis, to which the jews and their feeble kosher minds didn't realize or knew perfectly well syphilis is endemic in those eras and would not be surprised if even they themselves had such incidents within their population.

In simplest terms the jews baseless and disgraceful acts against the great Philosopher, a character assassination, couldn't be done a murder of this person Nietzsche like Hypathia or others example being Giordano Bruno to name one prominent person as well even if he helped religions of the time he had no choice.

But I see that Nietzsche always gets attacked. As one article put it, Nietzsche's Anti-Nihilism Nihlism. They weren't trying to be disrespectful but did acknowledge a darkening period whereby you'll go through desolation to fix the person.

Not akin to meditations and their negative outbreaks trying to heal and treat the negativity of the soul imbued through the person and their lifetimes.

So is this entity the description of a God i.e. Sorath or is it merely another person who like Apollonius of Tyana they mashed his stuff into utter shit and cucked it up into christ shit for their anti-Gentile campaign. And Nietzsche merely recreated the tale in a justicial manner of trying to free the World and show the World look this entity whether fictional or a live entity at one point, Zarathrustra, embarked on a journey to help mankind and not cuck it up and shit on it like our enemy the Church and it's kosher cohorts.

Am I wrong to link Zarathrustra as Sorath i.e. the Solar Elitist Deity?

Did Nietzsche ever get in contact with our side in one way or another? Was he a byproduct of the time, ahead of everyone like Hitler's Theoretician vs Politician or Marathon Runners of their Civilization?

I've often had desire to review his work particularly the Wayne edition which seems less corrupt or not as much. But like many things in life there's been such a corrosive acid spat on literary works. I fair state it might require a deep analysis and deep clinical to understand Nietzsche from a non-kosher perspective as the enemy has been at liberty to basically shit on philosophers works throughout time.
I am almost certain he was in fact a Satanist. In the birth of tragedy he writes he is a "votary and disciple" of the god Dionysus. Pretty sure he is not speaking poetically either.

I always bring up the same quote whenever Nietzsche is mentioned to prove that he appears to be aware that christinsanity is an invention of the jews.

On the Genealogy of morals, first essay, section 8:

"But you understand this not? You don’t have eyes for something that needed two millennia to achieve victory? . . . There is nothing surprising about that: all long things are difficult to see, to see round. But that is what happened: from the trunk of the tree of revenge and hatred, Jewish hatred – the deepest and most sublime, indeed a hatred which created ideals and changed values, the like of which has never been seen on earth – there grew something just as incomparable, a new love, the deepest and most sublime kind of love: – and what other trunk could it have grown out of ? . . . But don’t make the mistake of thinking that it had grown forth as a denial of the thirst for revenge, as the opposite of Jewish hatred! No, the reverse is true! This love grew out of the hatred, as its crown, as the triumphant crown expanding ever wider in the purest brightness and radiance of the sun, the crown which, as it were, in the realm of light and height, was pursuing the aims of that hatred, victory,spoils, seduction with the same urgency with which the roots of that hatred were burrowing ever more thoroughly and greedily into every-thing that was deep and evil. This Jesus of Nazareth, as the embodiment of the gospel of love, this ‘redeemer’ bringing salvation and victory to the poor, the sick, to sinners – was he not seduction in its most sinister and irresistible form, seduction and the circuitous route to just those very Jewish values and innovative ideals? Did Israel not reach the pinnacle of her sublime vengefulness via this very ‘redeemer’, this apparent opponent of and disperser of Israel? Is it not part of a secret black art of a truly grand politics of revenge, a far-sighted, subterranean revenge, slow to grip and calculating, that Israel had to denounce her actual instrument of revenge before all the world as a mortal enemy and nail him to the cross so that ‘all the world’, namely all Israel’s enemies, could safely nibble at this bait? And could anyone, on the other hand, using all the ingenuity of his intellect, think up a more dangerous bait? Something to equal the enticing,intoxicating, benumbing, corrupting power of that symbol of the ‘holy cross’, to equal that horrible paradox of a ‘God on the Cross’, to equal that mystery of an unthinkable final act of extreme cruelty and self-crucifixion of God for the salvation of mankind?. . . At least it is certain that sub hoc signo Israel, with its revenge and revaluation of all former values, has triumphed repeatedly over all other ideals, all nobler ideals."
 
In Nietzsche's terms, Zarathustra was the chosen symbolic protagonist of his work not because the faith of his founding was the correct one, but entirely the reverse. In Nietzsche's eyes, the dualist philosophy present in the systems we stand opposed started with him. At the same time, the highest virtue of Zarathustra's system was still espoused to be Asha, or simply, 'Truth'. Inasmuch, Zarathustra was Nietzsche's ideal protagonist, as his own eternal reoccurrence would be him setting his own record straight in the pursuit of the highest truth. Zarathustra made the gravest of errors, and thus, must have been the one to correct it. That was his own personal overcoming. The narrative ends with him overcoming the last remnants of his prior presumptions and realizing the value of self-work, contrast with the historical Zarathustra's preaching of moral doctrine as the path to highest Divinity, which he now realizes was a dead end. Symbolically, the story began with the Prophet sitting aloft a mountain with a crowd of listeners, and ended with him alone in a cave, having chosen to preach further to none, for he accepted he was not yet wise enough.

Since a few people have asked, don't confuse Nietzsche's Zarathustra with the historical Zarathustra. Zarathustra being the founder of the religion he was, was entirely the reason he was chosen as the principle character, as there was no one more fitting to demonstrate something effectively 'Christ-like' to Nietzsche's idea of the 'Anti-Christ'. The complete degree of this transformation is entirely the symbolic point, as he casts off the last of the 'Christ-like' virtues at the end of the narrative in order to better himself, proclaiming he won't make such a mistake again.
I agree with what Gearshift says that Zarathustra is related to Sorath, Nietzsche is a satanic soul and surely if Sorath is his guardian he was influenced by him.
 
I never really said Sorath = Guardian to him. But it might be possible that this entity, the great Solar/Black Sun Deity, Sorath, must have been paying deep attention to reality in his time.

As far as I know Nietzsche began his writings oddly close to Hitler's period of birth, 1889. Surely with the extreme level the Gods are they embarked on imputing their will into reality and wake people up.

Remember Straushause's Generational Theory about every 80 or so years nearing the end of a century a war starts. It's quite possible the forces of Orion saw this coming effect and went, let's have a little fun with the enemy.

Obviously it was a different time. As the person above said Nietzsche disliked NS. It's a forgiving gesture it reminds me of Spengler, he too disliked NS. But did realize they eventually unlisted his books and works as unbanned before 1935 or so and Hitler even gave a letter to Oswald to come to a sit down and speak. To which Spengler denied it, sadly he was a sick man with poor eating habits and eventually suffered a cardiac issue which lead to his death some 3 or so months after Hitler's invitation.

Spengler's Prussian Socialism was seen as potential anti-NS but my best guess is as Hitler and Feder put it, The National Socialist Economic Theory or NSET = There is no theory just don't fuck with the economy nor the money. They basically said it's fine might as well implement stuff from it. As I believe it was a member or HP.Cobra mentioning there was a office of declarative improvements to the Reich which people would send suggestions.

In fact many of the old German heads of economy except for a handful of changes and teachings stayed behind. Probably one of the reasons why many Communists and other Socialists in our day hound NS as being a capitalist system. Even HistoryReviewed from Bitchute the South African(Not sure if he is SA or SA friendly speaks a lot on Dr. Veoward and other Afro-NS history plus history from around Europe sorta like Ryan Dawson and some of his historical debates) NS member calls it, Controlled Capitalism, I think if you were to do something like that it's better to call it Regulated Captialism.

Capitalism right now the only country with any American quasi-, semi- historical Captialism is Singapore it's pretty much some sort of 1776(Constitutional)/1780s-1950s or so Capitalist format. It works apparently for them surprised they even give permission to be under a Rothschild central bank. I hope in the coming years countries go on revenge spree and completely hijack the central banks with Federal Reserve Acts. De-privatize and hijack the central banks and make it Government owned only and for the nation.

Sadly I doubt that's gonna happen but knowing the economic shit hitting the fan, IT'S THE ECONOMY STUPID. I'm hopeful for some effects to occur.

Unfortunately I think capitalism needs regulations per say at least for crony and post-Civil War. As some people stated by 1880 Victorian-Romantic-Gilded era the top 12% of American's controlled 70% almost 80 % of the U.S. property. And that was in the times before computers and other digital market systems.

Holy shit that's insane it's no surprise people get upset at the rich bitch.

Still I'm not against Rich people as there are many that are good. I just wish like Satan in HP.Cobra's sermon. He sat the Rich and the Poor at the same table told the Middle Class to pay attention just in case. And go, Poor you aren't gonna Robin Jew the rich and Rich your not gonna rob the hood so to speak.

Anyways to return on topic. I'd love one day to study Nietzsche and I wanted to a few years ago with the Wayne Edition Books. But I still get the feeling something isn't right. Perhaps I'm too pessimistic and not being open or inquiring the forums for information. But we are a spiritual organization and not a Nietzsche fan club. Still knowing the intelligentsia of some of our members I dare say it would be a interesting communique with them.
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
Thank you.❤️🔱😈
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
If you can, could you write something about the current situations off the affairs on earth, are we doing good so far?
Will there be a nother ritual shedule in short time?

Thanks in advance HPHC
 
This is masterful and most excellent. When people think of holy words, this is what it is like. It is no exaggeration to say that.

These are the kind of words worth keeping most close to heart and remember for the ages.

How great the world will be when people carry these words in their hearts.

I will firmly hold my wheel and help to make it so. Thank you.
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
But why choose Zoroaster, a prophet of Zoroastrianism, the first monotheistic religion created which influenced the jews in shaping their religion? Didn't Zoroastrianism become prevalent after the metaphorical story of Esther must have taken place? That is after the jews took over the Persian empire? And didn't just after that Alexander the Great conquer the Persian empire whose main religion at that time was Zoroastrianism? History says Alexander did not attack Zoroastrianism, but should we trust the given history? Wasn't Zoroastrianism the first attempt at creating a dualistic religion where Satan is represented as Ahriman and darkness and Yahweh as Ahura Mazda?

Is there more to Zoroaster according to you? For now, I look at Zoroastrianism with doubt and disregard. Looking deeper at that religion, it looks more and more alien: The Towers of Silence, demonizing the Human body where even the human breath is considered impure and contaminating... The Avesta, Zoroastrian bible, has instructions for animal sacrifice...
 
High Priest, thank you for this.

I’m really struggling recently and it’s making me miserable and restless. I feel I want to be more, grow and do more but I feel so stuck and stagnant in my place.

I feel connected to my higher potential for a week or two when I’m focused and have purpose and then I have a month or two where I don’t know what the fuck am I doing, what I should even do, or what am I doing it for.

It burns me daily that I want to be what I know I can be. I want to be wealthy, powerful, and advanced in magick. But then I look at myself now and I feel I’m going nowhere, then I get distracted again, then the pain of all of this makes me want to use escapism and self-sabotage and I end up feeling more lost.

I don’t know what to do I feel so confused, raging, and restless and I wish I was on the path or I felt I was good enough and start to reap some satisfactory results and power or get some reassurance.

If you lack energy and feel stagnant, try to do Pranayama for at least 10 minutes or more everyday while relaxed. Usually Asana is great for revitalizing yourself.

To facilitate the sense of frustration, try to accept your situation instead of resisting it. To achieve something that seems otherwise too difficult, make use of visualization. Go into a meditative state, remember easy does it, and visualize yourself taking all the steps you need or desire with all their details. Repeat this visualization for many days. To easily fall into a trance, try Silva method of mind control (the technique includes training your mind to take you into the achieved trance or theta brainwave state by making a personal mudra with your hands and counting down). A trance makes visualization more powerful. You must do it for several days and then soon enough you will find yourself doing what you would have otherwise failed to do for a long time.

You may also pray to the Gods and ask for their help before you sleep... This can give you the power to carry on. There might be an underlying problem, a Vasana or karmic seed in the subconscious that needs attention and healing through meditation, a change in behavioural patterns, an acceptance of life and living in the present moment...
 
I have read this sermon numerous times because it is so deeply inspirational. The most beautiful words I have ever read. Thank you HPHC for touching my soul with these words. I will strive to hold the wheel.

Hail Satan!
 
I have learned a few things about storms, be these in life, or other storms. In all my journeys, I have understood the meaning of life pretty well.

Sometimes, you will feel the boat rocking, and you will know that drowning is near. You will understand the risk of life and her importance.

Beautiful will be the days of you sailing and saying: "May the Gods be praised for their great sunsets, that I can see, and feel and for the salt I smell, inside that sea".

Yet the day arrives sometimes, when the kindness of the above, will disappear. This is where your call will truly be heard. Where the call of nobody else will be present. Then, you shall be called.

The world shall turn against you, the tides will turn, and they will fight to submerge your eternal spirit. And your spirit shall fight of the victory over what it can seemingly not surmount.

We are a ship, going through the infinite seas, inside the wild forces of life. And one will think sometimes, that one must even leave the wheel. Yet something inside you will tell you "Truly, I must hold that wheel". And you won't know clearly why that is the case. Because right now, your path is not open in front of you. The sea does hide your path, but your eternal soul, above all seas, does see it clearly.

The heart of a man shall be decided not by the tribulation, but on if they have held the wheel. That's where the Gods judge: "Did you, my child, hold the wheel, through thick and thin? Have you held the wheel?"

For you were made, not to necessarily control all the seas, but to learn how to hold the wheel. All you have to do is extend your hands and say, "Lord Gods, I believe I can.". This is where you will have transcended faith.

So next time you see the tides rising, you must put all your faith in Them and you must tell Them, "Please, Great Gods, my hands are strong and here is my wheel. I am here, laying inside the essence of life, inside her great journey. I pray to you only, so that my hands can hold the wheel."

While many pray for comfort, the wise being shall pray for fighting for greater things, to encounter the above. For it is only in this moment you and yourself will come in contact. This is where you will see your true self, inside the tides, against the obstacles, when you struggle against the deciding hand of fate.

And remember from me that: When the ship will rock, you must look forward and into the stars. Look not into the seas, for they try to deceive you. Look only on your hands and look only on the stars. For we are all daughters and sons of the ones above.

May all of you, who are holding wheels, have the firmest hands. But you must believe in your hands. It's your hands that keep my hands, and it's my hands that are keeping yours. We are singular, we are one. Let no deception and no sea ever deceive none of us of this fact.

Some of you tell me that you will leave the wheel. Others believe you can hold it forever. But the truth is beyond disbelief and belief. Let the delusion of choice be blotted out, for we were not made for this, let the actions speak louder than any words.

We were made to hold the wheel and look into the unknown. We are the travelers of the depths. You wanted to see your depths; now, you shall see them. They will be given to you, as you requested. And in them you will discover the nature of your power and your wisdom.

My brothers and sisters, hold your wheels! The day will come where you are all shinning in the heavens, believe in me when I tell you, open your hearts to me to receive this message. We are all together, travelers into eternity.

My Zarathustra's, hold your wheel. Hold it tightly, until you break them. Accept no other shore than the promised shore, accept no light but the final one, the one that will be the greatest one, the brightest one. The light that cries to jump outside your heart, to say finally: "Here I am, I have been born, I have been born anew."

You will all be one day, what you know you are. So hold the wheel...

-High Priest Hooded Cobra 666
Thank HP Hooded Cobra, this encouraged me greatly. In the struggle for existence and survival we have no choice but to hold the wheel and keep on moving forward. As our doubts and fears are drowned by faith in our destiny and our brilliant Gods! Thank you for all the hard work you and the clergy put in. The Left Hand Path will be victorious!
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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