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THE EPIC OF ARYA: In Search of the Sacred Light

THE EPIC OF ARYA: In Search of the Sacred Light

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by Abir Taha

 

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THE THIRD WAY

"I am searching for the Light... not the light made by man, but the Light that made man."

"Know that it was but one god who died on the cross, and many are waiting to be born."

THE EPIC OF ARYA is about man's eternal quest for the divine. It depicts man's perennial inner struggle between light and darkness, and teaches him to re-conquer his lost divinity by unveiling the "god within", the Inner Light. Overcoming the "death of God" declared by Nietzsche, THE EPIC OF ARYA speaks about the redemption of the divine and its rebirth in man. To redeem God in men: that is Arya's sacred mission.

Half-woman, half-goddess, Arya is torn between Love and Truth, between passion and duty. Confused, she wonders: should she accept her human plight, or fulfil her divine destiny? A fundamental question ever haunts her: is Love human or divine? In that fateful question lies the future of humanity, for in each man, the divine flame slumbers, waiting to be kindled by the Light of Awakening. Rising above her fears, and breaking her idols, Arya, awakened and liberated, preaches the Eternal Religion which is above men's fleeting religions, narrow identities, and imperfect creeds, heralding a new, higher consciousness beyond the frontiers erected within man and between men.

An inner journey of self-discovery, this inspirational, allegorical novel is the spiritual bible: it heals, awakens, transforms. Arya's epic conveys a universal message of unity, hope, and salvation in a world torn apart by the clash of civilisations and religions, offering a spiritual alternative to the two scourges plaguing mankind today: the scourge of religious fundamentalism — God idolatry — and the scourge of atheist materialism — God denial -, for only a spiritual awakening can save man from his own blind folly.

 


 

NIETZSCHE, PROPHET OF NAZISM: THE CULT OF THE SUPERMAN; Unveiling the Nazi Secret Doctrine

NIETZSCHE, PROPHET OF NAZISM: THE CULT OF THE SUPERMAN; Unveiling the Nazi Secret Doctrine
by Abir Taha

 

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The book deeply analyses Nietzsche's influence on Nazi ideology, focusing on how the Nazis appropriated most of Nietzsche's concepts and ideals to fit them into their own doctrine. Yet in doing so, the author draws a clear distinction between the Nazi esoteric doctrine, - which is elitist, supra-national, and spiritual -, and the popular, nationalist exoteric doctrine. She then endeavours to establish a clear link between the Nazi secret doctrine and Nietzsche's philosophy, revealing both the occult character of Esoteric Nazism and the pagan Aryanism of Nietzsche.

The book has therefore a two-fold contribution: it unveils the Nazi esoteric doctrine, which the author claims is purely Nietzschean in character, and analyses Nietzsche's philosophy in order to extract from it a clearly eugenicist, Aryanist dimension, thus establishing a clear link between the German philosopher's thought and the Nazi Secret Doctrine. The author thus unveils both Nietzsche's universal Aryanism as well as Nazism's esoteric doctrine.

This subject is of great interest to all those interested in a deeper understanding of the spiritual dimension of Nietzsche's thought, as well as the occult nature of Nazism, and the relationship between these two doctrines. The book aims to end the controversy that is still ongoing today as regards Nietzsche's relation to Nazism, by showing that the exoteric side of Nazism, which focuses on nationalism and biological racism, had little to do with Nietzsche's elitist, universal and spiritual Aryanism, thus coming up with the conclusion that Nietzsche's influence was essentially on the esoteric, spiritual, secret doctrine of Nazism.

 



LE DIEU À VENIR DE NIETZSCHE, OU LA RÉDEMPTION DU DIVIN ("Nietzsche's Coming God, or the Redemption of the Divine")

by Abir Taha

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L'auteur cherche à démontrer que le côté « destructeur » de la pensée nietzschéenne n'est en fait qu'un « marteau » dont Nietzsche s'est servi pour détruire les mensonges millénaires du judéo-christianisme, une étape nécessaire — bien que transitoire — à sa grande oeuvre de création : le Surhumain, incarnation du dieu en devenir et du dieu « à venir ».

Nietzsche était un iconoclaste, un briseur d'idoles, un esprit libre et profondément spirituel. Il a salué la mort du faux dieu, celui qui maudit et nie la vie, et a vu en cette mort non pas une fin en soi, mais un prélude à la renaissance du divin, après la purification de son « épiderme moral », selon Nietzsche. Car si Nietzsche était athée, il était aussi « le plus pieux des sans dieu», comme il l'admet lui-même dans son Zarathoustra. Nietzsche rêve d'une nouvelle forme de divinité, d'un nouvel espoir pour une surhumanité en quête de perfectionnement et de dépassement éternels, qui aurait rejeté à la fois le dogme obscurantiste religieux et le dogme rationaliste cartésien.

Pour Nietzsche, la mort de l'ancien dieu du monothéisme ouvre ainsi la voie à une nouvelle vision, panthéiste et païenne, de la divinité, annonciatrice d'un dieu «à venir » au-delà du bien et du mal, un dieu qui affirme et bénit la vie. Ce dieu à venir de Nietzsche, c'est Dionysos réincarné ou la rédemption du divin, une promesse de midi et d'éternité.


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NIETZSCHE’S COMING GOD OR THE REDEMPTION OF THE DIVINE

 by Abir Taha

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In Nietzsche's Coming God, the author demonstrates that the "destructive" and "nihilistic" side of Nietzsche's thought was in fact only a hammer that Nietzsche used in order to destroy the "millenarian lies" of Judeo-Christianity, a necessary - albeit transitory - stage that preceded his ultimate creation: the Superman, an incarnation of the god in the making... the coming god. Contrary to popular belief, Nietzsche was both a free spirit and a deeply spiritual thinker who welcomed the death of the false god - the god who curses and denies life - not as an end in itself, but as a prelude to the rebirth of the divine. Indeed, although Nietzsche was an avowed atheist, he was also "the most pious of the godless," as he described himself in Thus Spoke Zarathustra.

Nietzsche dreamt of, and augured, a new mode of divinity and a new hope for mankind which, having rejected both religious obscurantist dogma as well as Cartesian rationalist dogma, would be the search for eternal self-perfection and self-overcoming. The death of the god of monotheism thus paved the way for a new, pantheistic and pagan vision of the divine, heralding a "god to come" beyond good and evil, a god who affirms and blesses life. Nietzsche's coming god is none other than Dionysus reborn, or the redemption of the divine.


Verses of Light


by Abir Taha

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Verses of Light is a collection of philosophical, spiritual and inspirational aphorisms and sayings on Love, God, Truth, Beauty... reminding us of the great spiritual masters. The profound philosophical insights and grand literary style of Verses of Light will deeply inspire the reader with words of wisdom on the great existential questions and the higher meaning of life.

 

 

 

Defining Terrorism: The End of Double Standards

 

by Abir Taha

 

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'One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter': are such movements as Hezbollah, Hamas, the IRA, ETA, the Tamil Tigers, and so on 'terrorists' or 'freedom fighters'? With the absence of a consensus on a clear, universal and permanent definition of terrorism, that famous adage will continue to characterise international relations, and the chaos, confusion and controversy surrounding the term 'terrorist' will continue to lead to double standards in applying international law. Why is there so much confusion when it comes to pinpointing who is a terrorist? The controversy, the author affirms, lies in the definition - or rather, the absence of definition - of terrorism. Indeed, hitherto, the definition of terrorism that has been used, and abused, in international relations has been mainly political, relative, partial, shifting, and selective. The legal dimension has been conspicuously missing. How can terrorism be combated in a fair and efficient manner, asks the author, if it is not first identified? To that end, she lays down the conditions and criteria that are necessary for defining terrorism and thenceforth ending once and for all the double standards in defining and fighting terrorism.

 


 

 

Twelve Resolutions for a Happy Life

 

 


by Abir Taha

 

 

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12 Resolutions For A Happy Life offers the reader a new insight into the philosophy of happiness. What is real, lasting happiness? What brings happiness? Is there a magical formula or recipe for achieving it? Having found the secret of happiness in spirituality, the author shares her positive outlook on life by putting forth twelve resolutions as milestones on our path to bliss. Before striving to attain happiness, the author affirms, one needs to distinguish it from mere pleasure. Abir Taha thus redefines true happiness first and foremost as self-fulfilment. True happiness is a life of meaning and the attainment of one's Dharma, or life purpose. ''We are only truly happy when we are truly ourselves,'' she says. Love and self-fulfilment: these are the twin pillars of happiness. ''The highest love is love of the highest,'' writes Taha; happiness lies in realising our highest potential. The readers are invited to apply these twelve resolutions as twelve keys to revealing the best version of ourselves and removing the obstacles that hamper our quest for happiness, thus experiencing the Joy of Being.