Monday, June 06, 2011

Book Review Part Two

Destiny of Angels

Chapter 2: Ethereal Aesthetics

As the human tree has branched, only one limb has tended notably in the direction of what Europeans regard as angelic beauty, the limb of Northernkind. As Human populations assume an ever greater degree of cultural control over their environment the survival advantage of physical or biological adaptations diminishes rapidly, and is replaced by cultural adaptation, social factors and aesthetic preferences. Once such a level of environmental control is achieved the evolution of aesthetic-physical traits is primarily determined by preferential or discriminatory treatment, selection or favouritism, and the survival advantages bestowed thereby, interacting with the latent or inner potential residing within the population, rather than by physical adaptation to the climate.

The angelic beauty of the Northern European aesthetic ideal is a relatively recent creation of evolution, based on a racially unique inner potential and longing under the direction of the Life Force. It is unique to Northernkind, and within, Northernkind it is most prevalent among the children. Destiny of Angels includes a brief picture section, which shows some of the living human results of this "inner potential and longing," results which were realized only through centuries of fierce, aesthetically based “discrimination” and “favouritism.”

McCulloch emphasizes that while “the preference, yearning and longing for the angelic in visage, texture and colouration may be universal, the creation of the angelic is clearly not universal, but is an exclusively Northern European development. Other races have evolved away from the apelike, but not towards the angelic.” The Mongoloids, for example, are often extremely Paedomorphic (i.e., retaining youthful traits into adulthood! but their Paedomorphism commonly remains less than angelic in certain respects (texture and refinement of the facial musculature! The European angelic ideal is something quite specific, toward which Northern Europeans in particular were steadily progressing before the "anti-Creation" disasters of the past few generations reversed the trend.

Beauty is just one part of “natural wealth,” which, unlike the material kind, can never be transferred from those who have it to those who do not. “Natural wisdom,” which “comes from a close affinity with nature,” is a part of this wealth, and its performance "vastly excels that of more abstract and unstable forms of intelligence.” The demand for natural wealth always exceeds the supply, and “this is especially true of beauty.” When unnatural conditions cause large numbers of the unbeautiful and the uncreative to come into great sums of material wealth, a civilisation is shaken to its roots by the problem of "status inconsistency.” This is a painful existential condition which leads some to plastic surgery and others to “marrying up.” Unfortunately, “ethereal beauty” which McCulloch calls "the natural livery of angels" has a very precarious existence, because it derive:. from rare and recessive traits within an inter-fertile species. Instead of confronting the realities of this potentially tragic situation the “dominant inter-racist forces” evade or falsify them. The casting of motion pictures provides a good illustration of this. The reviewer recalls an episode of the Alfred Hitchcock television series where a father who looked like Simon Wiesenthal had a stunningly fair and fine-featured daughter. The more people believe in the Racial falsifications of television, the more they fail to see the crisis which surrounds them.

The matter of quality extends to man's artefacts and institutions. The most sublime and finely textured art, music and literature, "from Ancient Greece to the last free breaths of the Northern spirit in our own century," was the creation of well-made people. At a recent art symposium, the critic Susan Sontag stated, “When you start using quality [meaning high quality as an abstraction that never has to be explained to anybody, then you're into fascism.” (Art and Antiques, March 1985).

McCulloch describes two extreme Human types which presently seek to guide the Northern World:

In ancient times the sharp contrast between the coarse textured Armenid Assyrians and the fine-textured Northern European Hellenes was eloquently demonstrated in every aspect of their life and civilization, from personal manners and political institutions to philosophical ideals and art. Even the most casual observer cannot fail to be impressed by the vast difference between the fierce Armenid faces of the boastfully cruel Assyrians on their bas-reliefs and the serenely beautiful Northern European faces celebrated in Greek sculpture, each race expressing itself by its portrayal of itself, as different as vitriol and honey.

In modern times, the caustic ferocity and intense subjectivity of the Armenids has assisted their rise to dominance' in the lands they have infiltrated, invaded or colonized, and their volatile coarseness has found its political expression or outlet in the promotion of lumpen-proletarianism, inter-racism and other anti-Creation and anti-Northern European causes. From the time of Marx they have dominated the extreme or radical left, injecting it with their maniacal subjectivism ... vulgar speech and behaviour, and rude manner and shock tactics. The aesthetics and ethics, or lack thereof, of the counter-culture can be largely attributed to Armenid influence. A race so coarsely textured has a natural resentment towards ethereal aesthetics.

The fine textured have been inundated in values and ideals, morals and manners, ethics and aesthetics of the coarse textured in every aspect of their cultural, political, economic, social and sexual life...many of the fine textured - the weaker, more dependent and conformist elements…have succumbed and been carried away by this tide, imitating the vulgar and debased speech, behaviour, morals and mannerisms of their mentors, like angels mimicking apes.

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