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What philosophy or (ies) did Revilo Oliver ascribe to?

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Re: What philosophy or (ies) did Revilo Oliver ascribe to?

PostFri Aug 29, 2014 5:01 am

Also, thanks to Cosmotheist for digging up that article Will referred too earlier. :)

-Michael


Michael, you and all here are most welcome! :D

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Re: What philosophy or (ies) did Revilo Oliver ascribe to?

PostFri Aug 29, 2014 6:35 am

Thanks Kevin and Will for just confirming what I had said earlier, here:
viewtopic.php?f=54&t=1170
regarding Dr. Revilo Oliver:

It is pretty clear from his many and various writings that he was an atheist,
if not just a very critical agnostic.

For a brief example:

"The Bear in the Bush", Liberty Bell (September 1990)
"A real atheist, needless to say, will disregard what the dervishes think it expedient to say about the "New Testament" when they make their pitch to the ignorant. He will read the myths for himself and objectively consider and appraise them as a whole, including the social gospel that is, indeed, the most important and operative part of them. And he will shudder at the Judaic malevolence that inspires them, the vicious hatred of culture and civilization. They were designed to create a foul and squalid world in which every instinctive value of our race is negated and aborted--a world in which the natural ties of family and property have been severed, leaving only rootless and helpless individuals, isolated and lost in the terrible loneliness of crowds--a world without history, without philosophy, without science, without reason--a world without beauty of any kind, without art, without literature, without culture--a world without real love, the love that unites men and women, and without even the Aryan's instinctive feeling for the beauty of women and physical health."
"The Bear in the Bush", Liberty Bell (September 1990)


Many of those past and presently that are not fully-aware of what the late Dr. Pierce's Cosmotheism was about
erroneously become "atheistic" in their outlook falsely believing that "God" can only be a "person" and not an
"impersonal creative force all within everything that exists", and that "co-creates" all of our "objective reality".
See:
http://www.westernspring.co.uk/god-a-work-in-progress/

Dr. Pierce was a physicist and that background helped him to "see" this more clearly than did this professor
of the classics, even as brilliant as he was, nevertheless. :D


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