S.I.N: Slavery in Nihilism

The concept of Sin has dominated the collective mindset of believers from all sorts of different religious denominations across the world for millennia.

The original word for sin in Biblical Greek was Hamartia meaning “Missing the mark”. In the Hebrew language the word for sin was Hata and this also referred to missing the golden mark at the centre of a target while practising archery.

Simply put, to sin means failure, mistake, error or whatever you want to call it.

Being sinful was never something to be proud of but a sign of weakness, being unskilled or low in discipline.

Nowadays a majority of mankind actually takes pride in sinful behavior and even boasts about it.

This is because the ruling establishments have realized that a sinful population is much easier to control than a population that is enforced by righteousness and spiritedness.

A large part of humanity has been brainwashed throughout the past few post-renaissance centuries into believing that there is no such thing as sin.

The world is nihilistic at its core nowadays and everything people value is about the flesh.

But just because there are no religious institutions with societal power anymore, doesn’t mean that sin no longer exists.

Just because people don’t believe in God anymore doesn’t mean that he ceased to Be.

It just means that most people have been ideologically subverted into becoming a mass of degenerate nihilists.

Just look around you and see for yourself, society is in turmoil and nothing has meaning anymore.

People are lost in the darkness.

Just like the harsh German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche predicted:

“God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood off us? What water is there for us to clean ourselves? What festivals of atonement, what sacred games shall we have to invent? Is not the greatness of this deed too great for us? Must we ourselves not become gods simply to appear worthy of it?”

The Renaissance or the so-called scientific revolution which we call the “Age of Enlightenment” is not so enlightening as most people would love to believe.

Europe has been dominated by Christian morals since the end stages of the Roman Empire and nothing better has replaced it ever since.

Sure there was a lot of bigotry committed in the name of religion and commanded by the Church but that doesn’t change the fact that Europe, America and therefore the entire modern world has been built upon Judeo-Christian values.

The world especially with the advent of American culture and the Internet is collectively built upon a Christian mindset even though many people have forgotten this or refuse to remember it.

Everything Western people valued throughout the ages was due to Christianity and the Biblical Narrative.

We can’t escape this, none of us can.

History is written by the victors and the big winner of History is Christianity.

I’m not a Christian and yet when you ask me what year it is, I’ll immediately answer with: 2019…

But is it really?

Are we really living in 2019?

Most people don’t even realize this consciously but the world is a lot older than 2019 years.

We all know this and still we keep counting the years according to Christian traditions and even atheists celebrate Christmas.

It is not 2019, it is 2019 Anno Domini (AD) translated the “The Year of the Lord”.

What Lord?

Jesus Christ.

We literally count the years since the birth of Jesus Christ and still people claim that religion is outdated.

It’s not, but most people are just dumb fucks.

Religious values are still at the order of everyday life but we are unconscious of it.

In the same way Sin still affects people and sinful behavior is very real but you just don’t realize it.

Missing the Mark

Back to the question of sin.

Even if you don’t believe in God, adhere to any religion or are lacking in spiritual values; you are still affected by sinful behavior.

The ruling establishments (bankers, multinational corporations, wealthy elite) want us to believe that there is no such thing as sin anymore.

They want us to believe that anything and everything is nihilistic at it’s core and that nothing in existence has meaning.

And they are succeeding as well.

Look at our music for example, it’s nihilistic at it’s core.

It’s all about sensual pleasures and degenerate sexual behavior.

Music promotes unrestrained sexual behavior with hundreds of different partners, it encourages women to become naked and give themselves away freely to men and in addition to that it induces homosexual behavior in men at the same time.

Our movies aren’t much better either and do the exact same things, brainwashing the masses with full-on encouragement towards sin.

Hollywood promotes violence, sexual degeneracy, divorce and mass-consumerism.

I can go on and on about these things, but it doesn’t matter.

You won’t listen because you’ve already missed the mark.

What mark?

The mark of Spirit, the mark of your life’s purpose.

You see the world was not created just because we could indulge in all available pleasures of the senses.

The world has a metaphysical spiritual purpose but most people will not ever realize this because they keep missing the mark of Spirit.

They’ve forgotten what they truly are because sin has clouded their minds.

We are spiritual beings but society wants us to believe that we’re just flesh and bone bodies, which is ridiculous.

Flesh and bone does not come to live without the insertion of a Spirit to animate it.

When you Sin you cut yourself off from the spirit and the rulers know this, that is why they promote sin 24/7 in order to keep all the Spirits sleeping deep inside the flesh.

Karma is a bitch

The most devout atheists deep inside know that karma exists.

What goes around comes around… even those that lack all faith believe in this.

Karma is the wheel of sin.

It is what keeps us trapped in this material prison we call the Universe.

When we talk about Sin most people think that we’re talking about being punished by God for our sins.

This is not what sin means.

You won’t be punished for your sins, you will be punished BY your sins.

The sins themselves immediately bring forth bad karma and have a negative effect on our spirit.

Sins are not merely the breaking of religious rules… that is a childish way of perceiving sinful behavior.

Sin is everything you yourself know to be inherently wrong.

Your own Spirit always warns you as soon as you commit a sin.

You don’t need a religious book to tell you what is sinful, it is useful but not necessary.

Your own conscience will let you know.

For example we all know drugs are bad, and yet millions of people are highly addicted to them.

We all know cigarettes will kill you and still billions of people smoke a pack a day.

Every fat person knows they should stop eating junk food or a heart attack will soon ensue, and still when you set foot inside of a McDonald’s restaurant you can smell the obesity in the air.

People that can barely walk because their joints are being crushed under their own weight are stuffing their faces with frites and milkshakes.

Alcohol is responsible for almost all violent crimes committed at night and yet everybody keeps indulging in it.

This is what sin means.

Slavery in Nihilism.

When you keep sinning, you stop caring about yourself because you’re cut off from the Spirit.

You become a degenerate flesh and bone body.

A fat fuck, a slut, a homosexual or a junkie.

Sin turns you into a slave, an addict, a devil and an animal all at the same time.

You’ve completely missed the mark, you are unable to see the point of life any longer.

But as the famous karmic saying goes: “What goes around comes around”

The cigarettes will eventually kill you, so will the junk food.

Painful will your life be because of the sins that your own hands produced.

The drugs, pornography, sexual degeneracy, filthy music, alcoholism and every other bad habit or addiction will truly enslave you.

Most people are enslaved already.

I live in the Netherlands and in the Dutch language the word for Sin is “Zonde” which literally means “A waste..” and that is exactly what sins are: Wasteful Behavior.

They are a waste of life, strength, health, intelligence and time.

They’ll keep you trapped in the pleasure of the senses, because for a sinner nothing has value.

You won’t go to hell because of your sins, because you’re already in hell.

The hellfire is suffering in this world as well as in the hereafter, because you’ll come back like all other sinners.

That is what Karma means, it is an endless hellish wheel until you stop sinning.

How to stop sinning

Listen to your damn conscience man.

Everybody knows exactly what they’re doing wrong and everybody has an innate perception of it.

The huge amount of sins however have clouded our judgement and cut us off from the Indwelling Spirit.

It is time to reconnect with our True Inner Selves.

Listen to your conscience because it is communicating with you literally every second of the day.

Drugs are bad, mmkay…

We all know this, in this case none of us needs to be persuade.

Human beings have an innate sense of Right and Wrong but we’ve been deliberately ignoring it out of the desire for sense pleasure.

Truly we are Slaves in Nihilism.

Because since the fall of the Church nobody enforces people anymore to abstain from Sin.

And people need enforcement, we can’t deal with liberty.

We’ve tried liberty for a long time now and see where it got us.

The world is in a worse shape than ever before, things did not get better.

Humans are morally, mentally, physically and spiritually weaker than ever before.

And our degeneration as a race won’t stop anytime soon, but you yourself won’t have to act like a buffoon.

Stop the sinning, quit your addictions, cut out the bad habits and stop being a degenerate.

Return to righteous behavior and see how the truth behind your Being will set you free.

I will end this rant with a quote that always stuck with me, even during the times when I myself was addicted to a lot of sinful behavior:

“Good habits are hard to form and easy to live with. Bad habits are easy to form and hard to live with.”

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Ashwin Orie

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