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  The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
Self Realization Posted by Marc Cohen on March 29, 2002 @ 08:50 PM
from the eros-by-any-other-name dept.

X. Mein Dionysus Dithyrambus

One day walked a man, on the streets of Turin.
He was knocked asunder, performing a Wonder --
He had gone under.
They would call this Sacrifice "sickness;"
They say it was syphilis and mental illness.
So into the Asylum in Jena went he,
"Insanity" the Cross to set "Man" Free.
Yet He stompeth on this Cross of Sacrifice
Throughout his life repudiating "Christ,"
For He was the Hammer, to bring it all down:
The Destroyer of Morality, an "insane Clown."
Call him Zarathustra, call him Zoroaster,
Call him Horus, just not Spinoza.
But if you ask me for a Foolish name to call,
Then shall Ye know Him as Parsifal.

To be continued...

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    Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
    by iporshu on Friday March 29, @09:49PM
    Tiphereth Incarnate!
    NEMO!!
    My God!!!
    I would kneel before thee; that is, if "U" & "I"
    were not One and the Same.

    whateveryouwanttocallme, iporshu

    • Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
      by iporshu on Friday March 29, @09:58PM
      Your WORD/s has caused ME to fall in Love with you.


      • Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
        by iporshu on Saturday May 11, @04:59AM
        Your WORD/s has caused ME to fall in Love with you.


    • Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
      by Mordecai on Saturday March 30, @10:17AM
      Have you ever noticed that in the sequence of letters Crowley associated with Liber Trigrammaton, it begins with I but ends with U?


      • Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
        by iporshu on Saturday March 30, @05:39PM
        No, but thanks for bringing it to my attention.


    Re: The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
    by Xnoubis on Saturday March 30, @02:25PM
    What exactly is the problem with Spinoza? A Google search reveals a lot of scholarship regarding the relationship between the ideas of Spinoza and Nietzsche, but none of it is in English, and the automated translation programs don't help much yet.

    The Lost Teachings of Zarathustra: Part 10
    by Marc Cohen on Saturday May 11, @05:04AM


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