October 17th, 2018 9:46 AM
TO ELDERS OF THE BLACK SUN 3 : POSSIBLE ORDERS
OK, so you are producing sufficient depth of thought so that if you work at it enough you can produce a canon.
Organizational charts (prescriptions) are open to implementation the way simple sentimental resonance (Evola) is not.
However, all civilizations are organized by law (or more precisely, rules). Islam is ‘easy’ because the rules are so complete, and an imbecile can memorize the myth, and principles through repetition. Christianity was imposed by coercion (literacy), as a market competition between church (nobility) and military (aristocracy). Judaism is used to preserve separatism. Hindu ‘law’ is limited but the mythos vast. Buddhism always and everywhere coexists with a martial or bureaucratic state. Hinduism and Shintoism do not need so much ‘authority’ because of genetic and cultural homogeneity. Christianity was germanicized for the same reason. Orthodoxy and islam exist across less developed (market) peoples (orthodoxy), and islam across both less developed and tribal peoples (constant hostility).
We do not succeed with ideal religions. We succeed with religions that solve a problem. What religion will solve the problem of modernity AND ethnocentrism, since ethnocentrism is the optimum organizing method as long as it’s not regressive. Jews survived by parasitism on existing civilizations through profit from moral hazard, accumulating capital, and then using it for more moral hazard, until they were cast out. During that entire time they contributed nothing to humanity (competitiveness) until converted to aristotelianism.
In general, either (a) produce a fiction that people want to run to for economic or political reasons (marxism, postmodernism, feminism); (b) produce an economic order that people want to run to for economic reasons; (c) Produce a Myth of Conquest by which a small group of men can take advantage of a weakness in a current order; (d) produce an improvement in a mythos over a homogenous polity that provides greater explanatory power, and greater utility, and greater methods of cooperation in new (current) conditions.
There are only three possible incentives in the production of order:
Law/Violence, Commerce/Wealth, Cult/Cooperation