Wednesday, 11 April 2007

The Concept of God according to Karl Maria Wiligut


The Christian god is known as Der Gott in German, the emphasis being upon his masculine gender if gender can ever be a suitable term when we are talking about the gods but nevertheless in accord with Semitic relgious thought he is viewed very much as a he, der in other words.
However there is a much older and more native concept of god which is held by the German speaking peoples and this god is viewed more as a principle, an energy which works within Ario-Germanic man that gives him his god-like status and being and this is demonstrated in the term das Gott. Das being the neuter form of the German der.
The great Professor Hans Guenther has this to say about das Gott;

"When Christian missionaries asked the north Teutons who or what they believed in, they received the reply which centuries previously the south Teutons — who had believed in Das Gott (neuter) — might also have given, that they believed in their power (matt) or strength (magin), a power working within them, a deity filling the religious man, an inner-worldly and inner-spiritual deity. Such an answer must have seemed to the missionaries, as it would to many present day commentators, a mere boast of power or an idolatrous presumption, while in fact it must be understood as a factual “The God” (Das Gott) corresponding to the dominans ille in nobis deus. But it is easy to understand that the missionaries, who in Christianity had accepted the extra-mundane, transcendent ideas of a “personal” God, from the Semitic peoples, were at a loss when confronted by faith in a destiny ruling within men."

Karl Maria Wiligut refers to this same god as "Got" or Gottos and has this to say about him/it:-

The Nine Commandments of Got.

1.Got is Al-unity!

2.Got is "Spirit and Matter",the dyad.He brings duality,and is nevertheless,unity and purity...

3.Got is a triad:Spirit,Energy and Matter.Got-Spirit,Got-Ur,Got-Being,or Sun-Light and Waker[Wekr],the dyad.

4.Got is eternal-as Time,Space,Energy and Matter in his circulating current.

5.Got is cause and effect.Therefore out of Got flows right,might,duty and happiness.

6.Got is eternally generating.The Matter,Energy and Light of Got are that which carry this along.

7.Got-beyond the concepts of good and evil-is that which carries the seven epochs of human history.

8.Rulership in the circulation of the current carries along the highness-the secret tribunal[heimliche Acht].

9.Got is beginning without end-the Al.He is completion in Nothingness,and,nevertheless,Al in the three-times-three realisation of all things.He closes the circle at N-yule,at Nothingness,out of the conscious into the unconscious,so that this may again become conscious.

How very different das Gott is from the god of the Judeo-Christian tradition.

Sunday, 8 April 2007

The Concept of God according to Guido von List


The following extract from Gott als Giboraltar, die Welt als Makrokosmos, der Mensch als Mikrokosmos, part 3 of Die Armannschaft der Ario-Germanen.

My translation immediately follows the German original.


" `Der unaussprechbare Name Gottes` kann wohl erkannt, niemals aber ausgesprochen werden; jeder muss ihn selber fuer sich finden und erkennen lernen.

Dieser ungeoffenbarte Gott aber offenbarte[materialisierte] sich, und die Formel sagt: `Gott hat die Welt erschaffen.`

Der weitere Lapidarsatz aber lautet: Gott hat zwei Ebenbilder von sich erschaffen: die Welt und den Menschen.

Da Gott selbst Eins ist, so hat er die Welt-nicht die Erde, sondern das All!-als ein Einiges erschaffen;

da Gott selbst ewig ist, so hat er sie als ein Ewiges erschaffen; ewig in ihrem Grundstoff, vergaenglich aber in der Form;

da Gott selbst in seiner geoffenbarten Form veraenderlich ist, hat er der Welt eine wandelbare Form gegeben;

da Gott die Vollkommenheit selbst ist, hat er der Welt die vollkommenste Form des Sphaeroides[Kugelform] gegeben;

da Gott unermesslich ist, so hat er sie als das Groesste von Allen, als das-Unmessbare-erschaffen:

da Gott das Leben selber ist, so hat er die Welt lebenszeugend geschaffen;

da Gott allmaechtig ist, so hat er sie allein durch seinen Willen und aus sich selbst geschaffen."



`The inexpressible name of God` can indeed be discerned but never be pronounced; each must find and recognise it himself.

This unrevealed God however reveals[materialises] himself, and the phrase says: `God has created the world.`

The next succint sentence says; God has created two likenesses of himself: the world and mankind.

Because God himself is One so he has created the world-not the earth, but the All!-as a unity;

because God himself is eternal, so he has created it as an eternal thing; eternal in in its raw material, temporal however in form;

because God himself in his revealed form is variable, he has given the world a changeable form;

because God is perfection itself, he has given to the world the perfect form of the sphere;

because God is beyond measure, so he has created it as the largest of all, as the unmeasureable;

because God is life itself, so he has created the world as life-generating;

because God is almighty, so he has created it alone through his will and out of himself.