The Arrow That Does Not Miss

Originally posted to RWP I on 17 March, 2017

“Know the Self as the rider in a chariot, and the body as simply the chariot. Know the intellect as the charioteer, and the mind as the reins. The senses, they say, are the horses, and sense objects are the paths around them.”

Though far from the only piece of literature on our introductory ‘Aryan Warfare Reading List‘, the Bhagavadgîtâ is certainly one of our favourites. In addition to lifetimes‘ worth of subtle wisdom and hidden gems dealing with other matters, there are two particular ways in which the setting of the Gita is particularly relevant to the politely-unacknowledged cultural siege around the Aryan Peoples of today.

  • The first is in the mythic proportions and cosmic scale of the Struggle as it exists Here, Now, in Our Time so strangely reminiscent to the turnings of a former age in which another generation of legends had their arena for Victory or Death. Like no other time in recent recorded history, we teeter near the precipice of an Abyss – extinction as a coherent People – and for all the illusions and deceits of the (((Tribe That Lies))), the very epochal low points symptomatic of their increasing sway over the Kalîyugá provide ever greater and clearer opportunities for Awakening – among those who will just Open Their Eyes.
  • The second aspect of the Gîtâ that is particularly needed for our People in this Time has to do with otherwise laudable conscientiousness tragically misplaced. Objectively, the ancient Aryan warrior prince Árjuna knew that the hostile forces arrayed against him fought against Ṛtá, the Cosmic Order in accordance with Natural Law and Spiritual Truth. That they would destroy not only him, but his People and their connexion to Dhárma, the Sacred Duty to uphold Ṛtá. Subjectively, as an individual human of considerable feeling and refinement, Árjuna looked at the enemy army and saw former friends, countrymen, and even blood relatives. Not that this stopped any of them from knowingly seeking the annihilation of Árjuna and his People – and yet, he hesitated.

Árjuna’s personal chariot-driver Kṛṣṇá acts in this story as that transcendent counterpart consciousness to Árjuna’s limited and personal one. It is Kṛṣṇá who spends most of the Gîtâ expounding the rightful role of Árjuna’s warrior dhárma as demanding sublime detachment from his personal weaknesses in accord with the the highest Law – in order to fulfill his duty to his race, WHICH ALONE POSSESSED INCLINATION AND ABILITY TO ACHIEVE HIGHEST DESTINY to justify and beautify the entire κόσμοςSaid another Great Aryan Fighter about the importance of preserving our People for its high Destiny, in his own literary testament of 1924:

“He is the Prometheus of mankind, from whose shining brow the divine spark of genius has at all times flashed forth, always kindling anew that Fire which, in the form of knowledge, illuminated the dark night by drawing aside the veil of mystery and thus showing man how to rise and become master over all the other beings on the Earth. Should he be forced to disappear, a profound darkness will descend on the Earth; within a few thousand years human culture will vanish and the world will become a desert.”

It is not our intention tonight to pursue the more intangible wisdoms and teachings contained within the Gîtâ: for those among you who resonate most naturally with those levels of the Hierarchy, the Gîtâ itself can best elucidate our great Struggle in the cosmic phrasings of Ṛtá, Dhárma, and the implications of cohering Upwards, to the Ideal of the Superhuman.

But not every one of us does gravitate to that level of Truth’s expression, and for many the words of Hitler, ignorant of Sanscrit scholarship but agreeing implicitly through phenomenally well-attuned instinct for Truth, says the same things in a way that resonates so very clearly to the good instincts within our age. So you, like Árjuna, may hesitate over being confronted with former friends, relatives, “fellow” white people – in service to the Enemy? You wonder how ‘right’ doing violence to the Enemy’s human shields can be, even if THERE IS NO TIME TO HESITATE if ANY of our People are to have any kind of Future? The same Aryan Wisdom, timeless and eternal, speaks from the racial understanding of Hitler just as surely as from the cosmic understanding of Kṛṣṇá:

“If in such a relation Right had been recognized as the guiding principle, then the conflict could not have arisen at all. But here it is a question of who is the stronger.”

The Enemy, and yes, often former friends, family, and multifarious existential cuckolds who prefer fighting you to displeasing the Enemy – insist on this fight. After delaying as long as possible to weaken us as much as possible, of course – but WE ALL MUST MAKE THE CHOICE between the two ultimate possible futures. Does the thought of your Duty still unnerve you? Kṛṣṇá in the Gîtâ addressed the aristocratically inclined in one manner, that is Action Without Attachment. Hitler in Mein Kampf addressed the working-class backbone of the Folk in another manner aimed at winning the same Future in this existential Struggle:

“The weaker natures must understand that here it is a case of to be or not to be.”

So what will it be? Duty to the Struggle for a Future in which our People have the living-space from which to look to the Stars, to our Destiny? Or the shackles of sentimentality, the willing submission to the Enemy ruse of (((Christian morality))) whether superstitious or secular, of turning the other cheek to the Enemy and its willing slaves through “love” misplaced? As for me? I love MY People  – and HATE the Enemy and its willing slaves who choose to declare and wage merciless war against our People and Future.

Says Kṛṣṇá:

“I am Time Run On, destroyer of the universe, risen here to annihilate worlds. Regardless of you, all these warriors, stationed in opposing ranks, shall cease to exist.

“Therefore go to it, grasp fame! And conquering your enemies, enjoy a thriving kingship. They have already been hewn down by me: Savyasâchin, simply be the instrument.

“Kill Dróṇa, kill Bhîṣma, kill Jayádratha and Kárṇa, and the other warrior heroes as well: they are killed by me. Do not waver – you must fight! In battle you shall overcome your enemies.”

Says Hitler:

“When the individual is no longer burdened with his own conditioning of blame in this regard, then and only then will he have that inner tranquillity and outer force to cut off drastically and ruthlessly all the parasite growth and root out the weeds.”

Says Árjuna:

“My delusion has been obliterated, and through your grace, Achyuta, I have remembered myself. I stand, my doubt dispelled. I shall do as you say.”

Have You “listened to this single-mindedly?”
Has Your “delusion born of ignorance been dispelled?”

Inner Tranquillity-
& Outer Force,

  • Vəhrka

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