The Antichrist § 15

In Christianity, morality and religion are both completely out of touch with reality. Completely imaginary causes (‘God’, ‘soul’, ‘spirit’, ‘free will’ – or even an ‘unfree’ one); completely imaginary effects (‘sin’, ‘redemption’, ‘grace’, ‘punishment’, ‘forgiveness of sins’). Contact between imaginary entities (‘God’, ‘spirits’, ‘souls’); an imaginary natural science (anthropocentric; total absence of any concept of natural cause); an imaginary psychology (complete failure to understand oneself, interpretations of pleasant or unpleasant general sensations – for instance, the states of nervus sympathicus – using the sign language of religious-moral idiosyncrasy, – ‘repentance’, ‘the pangs of conscience’, ‘temptation by the devil’, ‘the presence of God’); an imaginary teleology (‘the kingdom of God’, ‘the Last Judgment’, ‘eternal life’). – This entirely fictitious world can be distinguished from the world of dreams (to the detriment of the former) in that dreams reflect reality while Christianity falsifies, devalues, and negates reality. Once the concept of ‘nature’ had been invented as a counter to the idea of ‘God’, ‘natural’ had to mean ‘reprehensible’ – that whole fictitious world is rooted in a hatred of the natural (of reality!), it is the expression of a profound sense of unease concerning reality… But this explains everything. Who are the only people motivated to lie their way out of reality? People who suffer from it. But to suffer from reality means that you are a piece of reality that has gone wrong… The preponderance of feelings of displeasure over feelings of pleasure is the cause of that fictitious morality and religion: but a preponderance like this provides the formula for decadence…

Published in: on April 5, 2019 at 6:13 pm  Comments (6)  


  1. religion := imagination gone awry. hardened beliefs in imagined truths.

    and very sad indeed. imagination the utterly wondrous resource it is. (and silvano arieti studies the imagination so well in his beautiful book Creativity.)

  2. “Who are the only people motivated to lie their way out of reality? People who suffer from it.”


    Inferiors, who, thanks to a blend of christinsanity, capitalism and stupidity, have become the majority, are now making this planet’s higher man suffer.

    It is insufferable.

  3. One of the best passages from the book. Explains succinctly how – and why! – monotheists hate reality.

    One could say that all life is suffering. I would retort that we do have a choice – one to life, and the other to death. Aryans have been choosing death for the past few millennia – in Aryavarta, in Rome, in Mexico, in Russia, in America. I believe, nevertheless (Rudel’s trotzdem!), in our ability to choose life. And life can only be reached via Nietzscheanism-Darwinism, via patriarchy, and via autarchy.

  4. All I can say is that Nietzsche fails my Orwell test.

  5. ‘tele,’ as a Greek adverb, means ‘far away.’ ‘teles,’ as a Greek noun means ‘end.’

    Whereas Atheism and deism and even paganism teaches concern for the hear and now, Christianity is purely focussed on ‘the end times.’ “a far-away (in time and distance) “New Jerusalem,” or a one-world Jewish dictatorship led by the Mishnaic Rabbi, Jesus Christ.

    Saduceeanism or Jewish Skepticism does not believe in a resurrection of the body or an afterlife. Some of them might secretly believe in reincarnation – which actually augments concern for the here and now, for this world. If a Jew cannot see something, he does not believe in it. The Rabbis believe Yahweh to either be the planet Saturn, or the Jewish people themselves.

    Linder is correct: Judaism is a lot more “reality oriented” than Christianity.

    • Western civilisation is governed by (((crazy people))) working hard to bring about these end times and are trying to force God’s hand to make it happen. If you see a charismatic universally beloved world leader arise in the next forty years; you can assume that they may have succeeded in their aim.

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