Last century saw the rise and fall of many totalitarian regimes: among them, there was one illuminated by the rays of the sun of ancient Vedic knowledge; and promised its people to lead them into a golden age that would last for 1000 years — but it lasted only 12 years of struggle — because it was not illuminated by the whole sun of knowledge, but only for the green rays of its dark side: the death side. And naturally death can only last for so long in the fight against life, and life triumphed and will always against death.
Nowadays among its revivalists, that are [largely] nothing but political monsters wanting to restart the death system to a restore point instead of abolishing it; and their detractors and enemies — the left sided head of the hydra — who are nothing but leftover spawns of a decaying religious ethos sociologically applied, posing as pious and being equally ruthless on its impositions to life; raises Azsacra and his philosophy.
Azsacra it’s a man I trust. I trust him because he has lived. I trust him because he’s a voluntary outcast. I trust him because he’s pure life, pure rebellion.
His philosophy Occupies both sides of the hydra monster, the system: [the political system, the philosophical system, the conceptual, the symbolic system], and make they devour each other with their angst to power, using solely the will to nothing. He unites ancient wisdom in a way that was never seen before due the specific conditions of our times, and rises with the noblest mission as an emissary of absolute freedom for all.
Azsacra understood well the power of death and life, the “swastikas” and put them against each other to nullify them for the spirit to break absolutely of any chain, and not just the human spirit, but the spirit of life, without any chain and system.
I highly encourage the youth to read Azsacra, because if we really want a different future, a new future, a free future; we have to start by reading free philosophy, and that’s what Azsacra is all about.
“Be free even in Absolute Freedom!”
[ Azsacra Zarathustra ]
Karilaz Rudhsós and his pupils
Karilaz Rudhsós and his dog
Karilaz Rudhsós in fight