In 1931 Albert Einstein came out with a pamphlet called Cosmic Religion in which he outlined his idea of what a true religion should be. First he dismissed the primitive “fear of lightning” type of religious faith:
In primitive peoples it is, first of all, fear that awakens religious ideas—fear of hunger, of wild animals, of illness, and of death. Since the understanding of causal connections is usually limited on this level of existence, the human soul forges a being, more or less like itself, on whose will and activities depend the experiences which it fears.
Then he tells of the second stage of religious faith and proceeds from there to the third stage.
An important advance in the life of a people is the transformation of the religion of fear into the moral religion. But one must avoid the prejudice that regards the religions of primitive peoples as pure fear religions and those of the civilized races as pure moral religions. All are mixed forms, though the moral element predominates in the higher levels of social life. Common to all these types is the anthropomorphic character of the idea of God.
Only exceptionally gifted individuals or especially noble communities rise essentially above this level; in these there is found a third level of religious experience, even if it is seldom found in a pure form. I will call it the cosmic religious sense. This is hard to make clear to those who do not experience it, since it does not involve an anthropomorphic idea of God; the individual feels the vanity of human desires and aims, and the nobility and marvelous order which are revealed in nature and in the world of thought.
I quoted the ‘great’ Einstein because I didn’t think anyone would believe me if I told them he had said anything so trivial and superficial. But those are Einstein’s actual thoughts on religion. How many times have we heard the expression, “He’s no Einstein,” used to describe a person of below average intelligence? Instead we should say, “He’s not the sharpest tack in the drawer, but at least he’s not as stupid as Einstein.” You wouldn’t get your religion from a mechanic, even a very able mechanic, so why should Europeans take their religious faith from men such as Einstein who study the mechanized works of nature? The Emperor has no clothes, but the “intelligent” Europeans of the modern era of darkness lack a little child to proclaim the truth.
The anthropomorphic religion of the God-Man is not a ‘stage’ on the way to cosmic nature; it is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. When the Europeans ceased to believe that the God-Man was superior to cosmic nature, they did not make a moral progression: they descended to the slime pits of the savage heathen gods. Einstein’s cosmic religion has become the worship of negroes. When the European people rejected the God-Man for cosmic nature, they created a spiritual void that the negro man-god entered. The negro could not resurrect the dead and he was devoid of charity and mercy, but contrary to what the cosmic naturalists tell us a man must have a living breathing representation of his faith. Even the tough guy Nietzsche rushed out into the street to embrace a horse who was being beaten. Why should a superman beyond good and evil comfort a poor suffering horse? Was that the closest Nietzsche could come to embracing the Suffering Servant he claimed he had no need for? The cosmic nature religion of Albert Einstein and his fellow liberals is ridiculously trivial because it fails to take into account the deepest longings of the human heart. And it is horrifically inhumane because it replaces Christ, the God of mercy, with the negro, the god of blood and cruelty. Metternich said that whenever he heard the word ‘democracy’ he knew a bloodbath was coming. Likewise, whenever we hear of religions that go beyond the anthropomorphic God of Christianity we know that a cruel, primitive god of ‘cosmic nature’ is going to be visited upon us: “Welcome the savage god.”
In the first half of the 20th century a writer of short stories, Wilbur Daniel Steele, wrote a story that described the tragedy of modern man’s obsession with the religion of science and cosmic nature. In “The Man Who Saw through Heaven,” Steele tells the story of the Reverend Hubert Diana who, en route to Africa to preach Christ to the heathens, stops off at the Boston Observatory and sees a new god. He sees the god of cosmic nature in the stars. This startling revelation of the world of science and cosmic nature leads the Reverend on a downward spiral – the liberals would call it an ascent – through all the primitive totem and sacrifice religions of the African natives. Years later, a white man sent to find the Rev. Hubert Diana, the former disciple of Christ and then a cosmic naturalist and negro worshipper, finds that the Reverend, now deceased, has left a few words scrawled on parchment as his final statement on religion: “Our Father which art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name!” He passed through his own Via Dolorosa and came back to the God-Man. All of us born in the 20th century and those born in the 21st century will have to face what Hubert Diana faced. Will we reject cosmic nature and cling to the God-Man? Or will we embrace cosmic nature and the god of cosmic nature as the liberals have done? The saving grace of Hubert Diana was his fanaticism. He was a fanatical Christian before his conversion to cosmic nature, and he was a whole-hearted cosmic naturalist when he converted to the new scientific religion. Because he pursued his new faith to its ultimate conclusion, he was able to see “the horror, the horror,” of a faith that begins with the worship of cosmic nature and ends with the worship of negroes. His end was his new beginning, because he was not lukewarm. The churches and the grazers have settled for a lukewarm mixture of cosmic negro worship and tepid Christianity, which makes them as pliable as putty in the hands of the liberals. It is needful that they pursue their new religion to its ultimate conclusion, then, facing “the horror, the horror,” they can make their choice: Christ or the Devil.
Such a consummation, that of a cosmic negro worshipper confronting the utter horror of his new religion, is devoutly to be wished for. But it is a consummation unlikely to occur because that is the whole point of cosmic negro worship: it is an escape from reality. The new triune religion of the Father – the abstracted intellect, the Son – the negro, and the Holy Ghost – Science, is a religion designed to avoid the pain of existence. There are no crucifixions in the liberals’ religion except the crucifixion of the ‘bad white people’ who must atone for their sins against the negro by shedding their blood.
There is much wisdom in the old tale about a room of philosophers who have gathered together to decide how many teeth a horse has. After hours and hours of debate, having reached no conclusion, the philosophers are ready to give up in despair until a little boy suggests that they should simply go out and count a horse’s teeth. Our people, the antique Europeans, left a record of their search for the truth of existence. They plumbed the depths and told us that there was a spirit above the dust who had a local habitation and a name. Why should we reject their wisdom, which came as a result of their own personal Via Dolorosa, for the abstract “wisdom” of the cosmic naturalists who never looked beyond the surface of the material world? We shouldn’t reject their wisdom because it is the rock on which we can build a sustaining faith in a God of charity and mercy who is diametrically opposed to the merciless negro gods of the liberals.
There is nothing wrong with providing white people with the information about black atrocities. But such reporting must not be done in a moral vacuum as is currently the case. Christendom fell because its rulers ceased to believe in their moral legitimacy. Some ceased to believe in Christianity entirely, and others felt that the Europeans’ failure to usher in a perfect world devoid of sin meant that a new, more receptive race of noble savages should supplant the decadent Europeans. That coalition of secular liberals and utopian clergymen began the process which has ended with institutionalized negro worship under the canopy of cosmic nature. So long as the white grazers doubt the moral legitimacy of their European ancestors, they will remain docile in the face of negro atrocities against white people. They will accept every atrocity because such atrocities are acts of God that cannot be questioned. You cry over such things when they hit your own household, but you don’t challenge the moral legitimacy of your gods.
Liberaldom will start to fall and then eventually crumble when white people believe in their moral legitimacy and no longer believe in the moral legitimacy of negroes and liberals. This is why atrocity stories must be taken out of their moral vacuum. Every atrocity story should be followed by a demand for the dethronement of the negro gods and the re-enthronement of the Christian God of old Europe; not the ‘social worker’ Christ who supports the bloody reign of demonic negro demi-gods, but the true Christ, the Christ who entered the hearts of the antique Europeans and bid them rise and ride in defense of charity and mercy. The satanic Mandela said that whites need to experience another Isandlwana. He got his wish. Europe is now one continual Isandlwana. So long as white people believe that blacks are divine noble savages who have a moral right to murder whites, the massacres will continue unabated. Break that liberal chain of moral legitimacy, and black atrocities will become something to be avenged rather than countenanced, and liberal rule will be seen as a yoke to be thrown off rather than a blessed system of government that must be supported as the last great hope of mankind for peace and harmony on earth.
The liberals’ cosmic nature religion, which blends science and negro worship, was ushered in by men who hated humanity. In their minds any religion that was humane was inferior and doomed to go the way of the evolutionary trash heap. How could faith in the God-Man survive in a world where the religion of Albert Einstein, the religion of cosmic nature, was the reigning theology? It couldn’t survive and it did not survive. The churches tried to keep Christianity while jettisoning the European people. They did not see that the elimination of the European people meant the rejection of Christ. If we cannot know Christ in and through the people who took Him into their hearts, how can we know Christ? Through church documents interpreted by the men of superior intellects? Or through the Biblical interpretations of the great men of intellect? It should be writ large in all the churches: “If you take the European people from Christianity, you take away the living God from Christianity.”
In his book Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush Ian Maclaren describes a good man named Burnbrae as being “far ben,” which is the people of Drumtochy’s highest compliment to a man they feel has come closest to Christ. We must see through, not with, the eye in order to see past what the antique Europeans had in common with the colored races to what set them apart from the colored races. The Europeans were “far ben.” They saw Christ in His Divinity and His Humanity, and they called on Him by name. When we, the descendents of the Europeans who were “far ben,” look on their faith as the beginning and the end of religious faith and not as a stage on the way to a cosmic religion, we will be in a position to turn the blood-red tide of negro-worshipping liberalism away from the sacred European lands.
Christ’s revelation to His beloved apostle, John, was true then and it is true now: “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.” The devil struck out at Christ by attacking His people. Now it is time for the scattered flock of His people to return to their true Shepherd and restore His Kingdom Come, on earth as it is in Heaven. +