Endeared with All Hearts

Engraving of Gustave Dore illustration of the Vision of Death

And when Elisha was come into the house, behold, the child was dead, and laid upon his bed. He went in therefore, and shut the door upon them twain, and prayed unto the Lord. And he went up, and lay upon the child, and put his mouth upon his mouth, and his eyes upon his eyes, and his hands upon his hands: and stretched himself upon the child; and the flesh of the child waxed warm. Then he returned, and walked in the house to and fro; and went up, and stretched himself upon him: and the child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes. And he called Gehazi, and said, Call this Shunammite. So he called her. And when she was come in unto him, he said, Take up thy son.

II Kings 4: 32-36

Thy bosom is endeared with all hearts,
Which I by lacking have supposed dead;
And there reigns love, and all love’s loving parts,
And all those friends which I thought buried.
How many a holy and obsequious tear
Hath dear religious love stol’n from mine eye
As interest of the dead, which now appear
But things remov’d that hidden in thee lie!
Thou art the grave where buried love doth live,
Hung with the trophies of my lovers gone,
Who all their parts of me to thee did give:
That due of many now is thine alone.
Their images I lov’d I view in thee,
And thou, all they, hast all the all of me.

Shakespeare, Sonnet 31


Prior to the coming of Christ the history of the Jewish people, beginning with Adam and Eve, was a history of a falling away from God and then a return to God. There were always prophets who tried to call the Jewish people back to God. They seldom were treated kindly, but they did keep a certain segment of the Jewish people connected to the living God; one thinks of Elijah and the seven thousand. But it seems, at the time of our Lord’s incarnation, that the prophets had lost out to institutionalized atheism: The Pharisees had lost all touch with the living God and replaced Him with a ‘practical’ system presided over by ‘smart men’. When Christ came before the smart men, proclaiming that He was the Son of God, the smart men had Him crucified.

The European people have repeated the spiritual journey of the Jews. Their history after their acceptance of Christ has been one of sins and revolts against God, but it has also been a history of devotion to, and the love of, Christ the Lord. The utopian Christian theologians, who are not Christian, have focused only on the sins of the Christian Europeans; they have refused to look at the love and devotion of the antique Europeans and have written them off as no different than the pagans. Actually the theologians tell us that the colored pagans are better than the Christian Europeans. Dismissing the theologians, who are not interested in the truth, let us state the obvious – the European people, prior to the 20th century, were a people who saw Jesus Christ as the Alpha and the Omega of existence. There was still a prophetic fire within the European people that made them seek Christ, even in the midst of their sins and their constant backsliding. But when we come to the 20th century of the Europeans’ history, we no longer see hearts with a longing for the Savior. The prophetic fire has been replaced by a liberal Sanhedrin. The Pharisees of rationalism, science, and the Noble Savage have institutionalized sin and the revolt against God. And that is the difference between modern Europe and old Europe. Our ancestors sinned much and often revolted against God’s will, as all mortals will do, but our ancestors did not institutionalize sin and revolt. They did not call sin virtue and revolt progress. The Europeans of the 20th century have entered the Caiaphas stage of their history; they have put Christ on trial and found Him guilty of blasphemy against their new gods of reason, science, and the Noble Savage.

That really is the crux of the matter. The European people have rejected Christ because belief in His resurrection from the dead is irrational, unscientific, and racist. Why is it racist? Because it was the white Europeans who believed, as a people, in the unscientific, irrational resurrection of Christ. The believing European Christian is now in the position of the original apostles who were on the fringes of institutionalized Jewry, trying to stay true to the voice of the prophets who urged them to adhere to the prophetic core of their faith and continue looking, in spirit and truth, for the true Messiah. A true European Christian must be an exile from our modern ‘Grand Inquisitor’ Europe, he must stay on the outside of a world that has institutionalized, in church and state, the old Pharisaical religion of Caiaphas and the smart men. The conservatives, who want to conserve democracy and the Constitution, want to conserve that which should be destroyed, a system that is in line with the Sanhedrin whose members said, “Let us crucify Him.”

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, two men, Macbeth and Banquo, stood on the heath confronted by witches. Both men were offered the world if they acted according to the will of the witches. Macbeth succumbed to the witches’ will and Banquo did not. The European people also had their moment on the heath. They had a choice between the way of the cross, the way of the antique Europeans, who loved much and believed, and the way of the Pharisees, who were willing to make common cause with Satan and crucify the living God in order to retain their positions of power in this world. There must be a return to the spiritual realm of old Europe. The modern Europeans’ decision to live and die with the Pharisees of modernity must be reversed.

The Pharisaical system of government, our vaunted democracy, and our Pharisaical churches have been designed to give us bread and circuses in this world and ease us into an anesthetized eternal sleep in the next world. What did old Europe offer us? It offered us the hope that if we shared His cross we would also share in His resurrection. But we can only believe in that through the faith that emanates from love. If we don’t have the heart to love what is good, what is pure, what is noble, then we will not believe that Christ is with us in this world and has gone to prepare a place for us in the next world. The great fallacy of the 20th and 21st century leaders in church and state has been and is the mistaken notion that you need only appeal to a man’s reason and then all will be well. If you present mankind with abstract theories of a utopian world, they will fall in line, rejecting old Europe, and help you to build a perfect society. But pure reason, divorced from the heart that loves, encourages men to turn on one another in an endless competition for the things of this world that the intellectual utopians have told them is their birthright. All will share in the new utopia, except the unreasoning people of faith who believe in the Son of God. All are equal, but some are more equal. The ‘more equal’ – not the meek – will inherit the earth in the Pharisaical system of the Illuminati because they are the second person of the Illuminati’s trinity while the white race, collectively, is the devil.

Queen. No, no! the drink, the drink! O my dear Hamlet!
 The drink, the drink! I am poison’d. [Dies.] 

Hamlet. O villany! Ho! let the door be lock’d.
 Treachery! Seek it out.
                                                [Laertes falls.]

Laertes. It is here, Hamlet. Hamlet, thou art slain;
No medicine in the world can do thee good.
In thee there is not half an hour of life.
The treacherous instrument is in thy hand,
Unbated and envenom’d. The foul practice
Hath turn’d itself on me. Lo, here I lie,
Never to rise again. Thy mother’s poison’d.
I can no more. The King, the King’s to blame.

Hamlet

Let us lock the doors and seek out the villains who have separated the European people from their kith, their kin, and their Savior. Behold! The clergy, the clergy’s to blame. Faith cannot exist without love, nor can love exist without faith. That incorporate union of love for the Savior in and through His people sustained the European people’s faith in the Son of God. The rational wedge that the clergy placed between the European people and Christ was the equivalent of a dagger to the heart. And when the love that once was there disappears because there are no hearts of flesh left who truly love unto the end, then the Christian faith will disappear from the face of the earth.

From the 1850s to 1900 the European intellectuals who believed that Christ rose from the dead were in the minority. That is why Dostoyevsky said the main issue was, “Can an intelligent man, a European, believe in the divinity of Christ.” Once that question was decided by the ‘intellectuals,’ that Christ did not rise from the dead, the stage was set for the non-intellectuals’, the grazers’, loss of faith in the 20th century. An ethical remnant of the Christian faith survived through the first half of the 20th century, but ethics without a religious core cannot last forever. Most Europeans in the latter half of the 20th century, and there are still a few left in the 21st century, thought the customs and manners that stemmed from a belief in Christ’s resurrection from the dead could be maintained without that belief. The parents in the 1960s who believed that sex should be confined to the marriage bed of a man and a woman but who had lost their belief in Christ, were shocked when their offspring practiced free love. Why the shock? If Christ be not risen, are not all things permissible? Now, there is no longer any shock at such ‘trivial’ things as premarital sex because now even the ethical remnant of faith in Christ as true God and true man has died out. But death has not been, nor can it ever be, conquered by a superficial faith in reason, science, and the Noble Savage.

The greatest tragedy that can befall an individual or a society is the tragedy of superficiality. Balzac, who accurately depicts the decadence of a Parisian society that has embraced superficiality as a substitute for faith, has the main character in one of his novels make a death-bed declaration both pompous and irreverent: “Now, I must take holy communion.” Balzac tells the reader, “So you see, superficiality and vanity can be a substitute for religious faith.” Balzac’s Paris has become modern Europe. We have made superficiality and vanity a substitute for faith in Jesus Christ. No heart that truly loves can accept the death of his loved ones. Death is a sword in the heart. There are only three remedies for that stab in the heart. We can cling to His word that tells us death shall not triumph over His love for us; we can stay anesthetized with the opiates of drugs and alcohol until we pass into nothingness; or we can embrace the superficiality of a world governed by the European Sanhedrin, crucifying Christ anew by crucifying His people while we indulge our pagan appetites through our love of the Noble Savages of color.

If you are part of the new Sanhedrin’s world order you have left the Christ of the Gospel, who is the Christ of old Europe, behind. There can be no blending of the new and the old worlds. There are two roads and they lead us to very different destinations. The one road leads to hell and the other road leads to His house of many mansions. Young Oliver Twist, forsaken by the whole world, strikes back against overwhelming odds, against the denizens of Satan, because they have denigrated the memory of his mother. I shall always love Charles Dickens and his progenitor, the bard of Avon, because they got it right.  It is the heart that loves which sustains a truly Christian civilization. We must bear our cross and love much, because “He is the grave where buried love doth live.” They have denigrated our Savior and our people who loved much: We must become like unto the apostles who stayed away from the Sanhedrin and clung to the true Messiah, their God and Kinsman, Jesus Christ. We must remain in the upper room where there is faith, hope, and charity. +

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