The Place Of Knowledge

The Place Of Knowledge    by Johan Maesser

(Extract from submission essay for ‘A New Race – The Aryan Essays’)

The difference between knowledge and theories and data is that knowledge can never be taught, learned or converted into any other form than it already is; it cannot be concluded or calculated, it can only be recognised, and when it is recognised the pieces tend to fit together more and more in a process dissimilar to natural learning habit. The Knowledge is recognised by the one who already knows it, recognise – ‘to know again, acknowledge’.

Knowledge is inaccessible to the human mind so long as it depends solely on the methods of modern science in its belief, which is flawed in that it is limited by the frail confines of a restricted reason born of ideological offshoot in the past centuries. It is inaccessible to the human mind that only believes in numbers and theories; in that which substitutes the innumerable with faulty theories that serve not so much as an attempt at knowing reality but as dismissing it as something wholly within the bounds of the modern human’s frail security and dogmatic faith.

Knowledge can only be gained by those who once again look with eyes that have been closed, awakened eyes; it is rather regained for it has existed for all of the time, or timeless, yet humans are oblivious to it time for time. It exists in the dark corners which modern humans do not look into, cannot see into, they are blind to it, what they are blind to is the Knowledge! The Knowledge is recovered, recognised in the cracks and crevices of time itself as it appears to us, where the evaporating light of the sun dwindles and the ashen ghosts of the past are able to appear and grant passage. They care only to see the casts, while the darkness itself that the shadows feed into go completely overlooked, unseen, in fear of the nightly abyss which man has ignored too long. Not far does one have to look to go a little into the realms of true knowledge, for these depths are infinitesimal and man’s knowledge is only a very small veiled sphere. Thus one must be cautious not to go too far, too quickly, look too deeply for too long, for purposes do not call for the going beyond that boundary where we risk a madness that is unproductive for our cause, one must realise his own depth, his own limited depth in comparison to the infinite depth of the darkness of the wells of Knowledge.

Discerning Truth, recognising Knowledge is the first elementary step to determine what the best and right course will be. From recognition of the fundamental principles we can know all the mechanics of this world.


4 responses to “The Place Of Knowledge

  • aufihrhelden

    … and knowledge should resonate as it stems from logic and from reason. The mere regurgitation of ‘facts’ is the norm in today’s ‘modern’ world as this discourages capacity for logic and reason. And the facts then become lies and the lies serve a certain agenda. The Vogelsang school programme was based on truth and knowledge and logic and reason. To acquire knowledge is to question – one could even start from scratch and question The Third Reich so that one would learn for oneself that The Third Reich was, indeed, the Land of Truth and Light. Superior Knowledge would lead you there.

  • delendaestziobot

    As you said kamerad, “The truth resonates”, the knowledge resounds and resonates, is recognised and recovered within our reason and logic, but also everywhere else, for example it resonates in the blood and the blood reaches every part of our body, there is no part of our body that blood does not reach, so therefore the truth and knowledge must resonate in our blood first and foremost.

  • delendaestziobot

    And yes, mein kamerad, the Vogelsang teachings were based on TRUTH!!!

  • aufihrhelden

    And knowledge is nothing, it becomes merely cosmetic, if it does not resonate with the memory of the blood.

    Superior people can KNOW things without knowledge of the actual facts of the matter because their UNDERSTANDING resonates.

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