Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Parsifal, the Aryan `Christ`
Some of us involved in voelkisch Wotanism believe in the concept of avataras, human beings possessed by a deity who descend upon the earth in order to accomplish a mission amongst humanity.
This concept is deeply rooted in the ancient Aryan Hindu scriptures.The Bhagavad Gita has this to say about the returning Aryan Avatar: "When righteousness is weak and faints and unrighteousness exults in pride, the my Spirit arises on earth.
For the salvation of those who are good, for the destruction of evil in men, for the fulfilment of the kingdom of unrighteousness, I come to this world in the ages that pass."[4:7-8]
The Kalki Avatara will bring an end to the age of the Kali Yuga in which we are presently living through and usher in a new Aryan Golden Age.
For those who want to understand this avatara figure I suggest you follow the libretto of Wagners last and greatest music drama-Parsifal.
To many this is another christian passion play but to those who understand the sub text it is anything but. It is entirely heathen in nature and the figure of Parsifal is a type of Aryan christ or more correctly-avatara.
He is sent to the kingdom of Monsalvat to redeem the land, the Knights and the people from the curse of miscegenation which has poisoned the blood of the people and their king, Amfortas.
By rejecting the advances of the seductive Kundry who represents both a fallen woman and the wandering Jew he is able to bring racial salvation to the kingdom.
The real message of Parsifal had to be concealed from the wider public due to the times-the 1880s and the inevitable hostile public reaction. Wagner was not undergoing a spiritual conversion in his old age. On the contrary he was perfecting his art and the voelkisch message that he intended to convey. This was left for Parsifal, the most voelkischly overt of all his music dramas.