Ben was born on February 10, 1987 at 8:08 a.m., in El Paso Texas, the same year that Jose Arguelles believed a "race of galactic wizards would arrive." Both Jose and Ben are Aquarians, and both born to the year of the Rabbit.
What was it that made him so unique, and ultimately, special?What does the "Great Disappointment" of Jesus not "returning" 1844 have to do with the self-proclaimed "Antichrist", Nietzsche?Why did Nietzsche believe that he "channeled" Zarathustra?Why was it Zarathustrian Astrologers who found Jesus?What does Mayan mathematics have to say about the return of their own greatest prophet, Quetzalcoatl, in regard to Nietzsche's birthdates?
Forgive their unstudious nature, but many individuals regard Nietzsche as a "chauvinistic , anti-Semitic, incest-ridden, nihilist hermit." How elementary! How so, "I have given people a few hard truths… Who else would do it ?!"If one knows Nietzsche, one must have rid oneself of many illusions surrounding his legacy:1. He was not an anti-Semite, despite Hitler’s' infatuation with him. (letter to sister opposing her marriage to the anti-Semite Forster)2. He strongly opposed nihilism and his "most personal book", "The Gay Science", is an attempt to make philosophy "lighter" and overcome this "nausea" of "burden" that modern man's existentialism has fearfully lead to.3. When he was young, his sister would fondle him sexually and this led to a perception of sexuality few understand. His last work, "My Sister and I", of which many oppose his authenticity as the author of, is one in which he confesses to his past philosophical mistakes and his controversial relationship with his sister. The primary source of skepticism comes from the fact that Nietzsche wrote this within the insane asylum in Jena. This is not so surprising; but what's even more non-surprising is that the people who "knew him" believed that he "couldn't have possibly written something so vile." As if he didn't think his other works weren't already "vile" in their eyes…4. He was not as chauvinist as women believe, "Nietzsche was very polite to women in person," says a female associate quoted from Conversations With Nietzsche, "His writings are very opinionated and hostile but how modest was this same man in person!" So what if he called females boring, and said that they remove rocks that men must specifically trip over in order to learn, and that "one should bring one's whip!". All negligible. He said himself that this quote in Zarathustra was satirical, parallel to how most great thinkers operate. It is comparable to distinguishing Oscar Wilde's controversial fictional characters from his own opinion: just because he wrote it down didn't mean he was espousing it - and when Nietzsche wrote that down, in my mind when I re-read, it implied that "girls just wanna have fun"; it didn't espouse use of domestic violence when you want something from your wife.5. A number of various cultures considered Nietzsche's year of birth, 1844, to be one of great spiritual or messianic fulfillment.
Nietzsche As Quetzalcoatl Return
The Real End Date - Carl Johan Calleman
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