Sunday, December 7, 2008

Fragments from the other world

In the darkness before the bright dawn the great amongst the south people came into contact with the golden herald, he who gives with many hands. When he came down from mount Sirat, Loknar brought with him the keys to greatness. He said it was only our way of knowing things that chained us to mortal drudgery, those who had the will and intellect could transcend this and so seize control of destiny….

… every specific body strives to become master over all space and to extend its force (--its will to power:) and to thrust back all that resists its extension. But it continually encounters similar efforts on the part of other bodies and ends by coming to an arrangement ("union") with those of them that are sufficiently related to it: thus they then conspire together for power. And the process goes on—

-Loknar, “first words to the four companions”, as related by Arcturus to those about to die so that the North could be free.

It was Menhsa Afrikane, the foreign born king who argued for an end to Northen law, sometimes called the Teresan code or the ‘slaves creed’ as he referred to it. Why should mankind strive for the betterment of all by holding itself back? Yes this was a new world but mans nature remained the same…

We succeeded in explaining our entire instinctive life as the development and ramification of one basic form of the will--namely, of the will to power, as my proposition has it... then one would have gained the right to determine all efficient force univocally as--will to power. The world viewed from inside... it would be "will to power" and nothing else.

A man which is a living and not a dying body... will have to be an incarnate will to power, it will strive to grow, spread, seize, become predominant - not from any morality or immorality but because it is living and because life simply is will to power... 'Exploitation'... belongs to the essence of what lives, as a basic organic function; it is a consequence of the will to power, which is after all the will to life.

-Afrikane, “Exhortation to be free”

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