“Wonderful Lyda.  Of laws she knew nothing; her actions were governed by her passions.  To help the weak she would kill the strong, and when she had done it she would weep by their bodies.”

  • The Book of Adela’s Followers

When we allow our emotions to shape our beliefs and rule over us, dictating our way of thinking and acting in the world, the end result will always be to create more suffering four ourselves and others- regardless of how “right”, “just” or “fair” we feel we are in the moment.

The greatest trick of the Empire of Modernity is getting people to believe that indulging in the passions; that giving into the pulls of desire; is somehow rebellion against the power structure, when it is in fact feeding it.

We live in a society that feeds off the internal chaos we have within ourselves; as well as the external expressions of that chaos in all its forms, from compulsions, to addictions, to mental illness, to criminality.

This is why we first and foremost need to bring our inner world into a state of order- only through which will we attain a state of peace.

Only when our house is in order, can we oppose those that seek to destroy it.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.



“You must guard against false shame, which always harms love.”

  • The Writings of Frethorik and Wiliow


In our society, we are often very preoccupied with the perceptions of others.

What does this person think of me?“, we will ask ourselves over and over again.

And while this need/desire for social acceptance can be healthy, as it can hold our behavior in check and in account with members of our tribe, fellowship or community; it all too often turns into a vain obsession with appearances and social standings.

Constantly worrying about how people see us can be quite destructive- particularly when we project our own insecurities and obsessions with the perceptions of others onto our loved ones.

This obsession can be carried to such an extreme where some will feel overwhelming shame and even resentment towards loved ones to the point of denying any relation or connection to them.

All this to satisfy a desire for superficial acceptance from those whose opinions ultimately should not and do not matter.

Severing ties with family or denying the Truth of Christ in order to win the approval of strangers is not virtue; it is cowardice.

Let us desire not to be accepted into superficial relationships with superficial people; rather we should strive to be loyal to those who we are bound to through deeper connections and love them, “warts and all“.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you.


“We, Frya’s children, exist through WRALDA’S life- in the beginning insignificant and naked, but always advancing towards perfection without ever attaining the excellence of WRALDA.”

  • The Writings of Adelbrost and Apollonia


WRALDA is the essence of all Life, and we exist through that essence, which manifests as both a drive towards an upward and ever-progressing evolution towards divinity in His image.

We are born a piece of that essence, and are incarnated in a small, helpless, fleshy body.  However, over time we grow strong and wise.

Our striving should move us to be ever greater than we were the day before- always advancing towards a perfection comparable to what Nietzsche referred to as the Übermensch; the god-man.

But I refer not to a god-man that comes into being through the sheer force of the lower will and ego alone; but through accepting the Truth and the Fullness of the Christ as it manifests within us; the Light and the Life of WR-ALDA.

And yet we seek this ascension into the Truth of our divinity knowing that this is a climb with a summit that will never be reached.

Let us strive towards that perfection and greatness while maintaining humility in the face of that awesome Force that gives us Life and Fullness in Him.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.


“It makes a white man cringe that the greatest man ever born is BLACK! He’s so great that a bunch of white people from all over the world decided to make he’s birthday an internationally celebrated day… You will hear about Nelson till you die.”

Secular Saints

As many are aware, the world has been celebrating the postmortem 100th birthday of Nelson Mandela, former leader of South Africa and the African National Congress (ANC)- a celebration that has been turned into an international, almost religious celebration led by the United Nations.

Nelson Mandela himself is very much a folk icon in Africa, and is seen by many as some sort of saint– a sentiment echoed by any and all notable figures in the western neoliberal establishment.

For millennia men have vaulted up certain men above all others; heroes and sages of whom great stories were told.  Some men were even euhemerised; turned into gods- the personifications of the archetypal forces.

The idea that humans could, through initiation, through pursuing strength and through maintaining purity, embody these forces while alive and/or dead.  This was a foundational philosophy of gods and civilizations of all sorts.

In the past, these heroes, sages and saints were understood to be cultural figures that represented the virtues and desires of a specific group of people.  Ultimately, these men were seen as legitimately encapsulating elements of the archetypal and Divine, serving to re-orient a fallen consciousness to the Higher.

But now,we live in a secular world that has disregarded the Divine Natural Order as the basis for a just and good society.  Now what is “just and good” is about people being able to reap the benefits of material wealth and luxury; i.e. “progress“.

This is the new “kingdom of heaven” promised to the masses through these saints of revolution; the promise of “justice” through material comfort and prosperity.

This is a world where the Natural Order is subverted and domineered by the oligarchs; a world that seeks to sniff out any shred of aristocracy or virtue.

When man and his societies are not oriented towards the Divine, his heroes will not be either.  This has become the case in our modern world where the Divine Natural Order has been inverted to serve the desires and passions of the oligarchs and the general public that has been groomed to emulate them.

But at the same time, humans still instinctively desire the leader who symbolizes and encapsulates virtue- something that is apparent whenever some figure is tarnished or taken down by scandal.

The ruling oligarchy long ago found the common person’s desire for virtuous leadership  as something that could be exploited for their own gain.  Hence, through mass-media and standardized education, new heroes, new sages, new saints (at least in their portrayal) are now imposed onto the “international community” (i.e. the Western-led democratic neoliberal order) as figures for ALL to emulate, adore and worship as demigods; regardless of cultural or ethnic background.

These new “secular saints” are those that represent “freedom, justice, and democracy“- the ideals of the Western world; while all inconvenient truths are scrubbed away.  Cleansed and repackaged for mass-consumption, these figures become the prophets of the new world religion of the United Nations and modernity, with their quotations (real or fabricated) adorning everything from government buildings, to urban cultural centers, to greeting cards.

These men (and women) are said to be the greatest example of our “shared humanity” at its greatest- and to say otherwise is to be a heritic against the UN-led religion of secular modernity and its political “sages“.

For example, to point out Mandela’s culpability in the atrocities both committed directly and sanctioned by the Communist ANC, both during AND after Apartheid (which has led to a mass-exodous of Boer farmers into Russia); not to mention the fact that Mandela and the ANC only siphoned off the wealth and infrastructure created during Apartheid is to commit heresy against the religion of modernity.

In fact, the entire premise for the claims of Whites stealing of land and resources by colonizing South Africa is historically false, as what became South Africa was essentially uninhabited when the White settlers arrived, and it wasn’t until later on after Cape Town had been established that the black African tribes from the north migrated down and eventually decided they wanted “in” on what the colonists had built.

But any historical fact that tarnishes the legacy of the secular saint is deemed to be heretical and morally wrong- particularly one seen by the global establishment as being as important as Mandela obviously is.

The figure of Mandela can be seen as representing this next phase of the Empire’s evolution, where the peoples the Empire conquered in an earlier form are assimilated into this new “global humanity” with their cultural heroes becoming those of a fabricated global monoculture.

Of course hero worship and the cherry-picking and obfuscation of historical data to create a favorable image to match legend is nothing new to modernity.  The American Founding Fathers are surrounded by all sorts of “bad history“.

But is more bad history for the sake of a feel-good story really what we need?  Especially when the gory details of that story give such insight as to what is happening to the West right now.

Is Mandela or any of the other secular saints of modernity truly representative of the Highest potential of all humans- or is it simply about the creation of a global humanity to be ruled over by the oligarchs who run the U.N. and believe they know what is best for everyone on Earth.

A myth is meant to be productive and have us reach for our highest potential.  But when a myth like this and others like it through their insertion into the mass mind, serve to bring guilt, envy, resentment and discord to society at large, can we really say it’s a “good thing“?

Personally, like I told Samantha Colee, I have no interest in joining this Mandela cult.  To me, he is really only a hero to those who desire who feel they are entitled to wealth and power that another group possesses- or those that naively or ignorantly believe in the fairy-tale of the “Rainbow Nation“, and that “fighting inequality” is somehow possible or or even good.

This is particularly true when it seems that to many in South Africa, “fighting inequality” is extracting “justice” and retribution of all kinds from the white population in an emotional fervor.

There are many things you could call men who are motivated by these passions, but “saint” probably isn’t one of them…

The U.N. website stated that ” The Centenary is an occasion to reflect on (Mandela’s) life and legacy, and to follow his call to “make of the world a better place.

If such an event can inspire people to do some ACTUAL good in their communities, then I will concede that the legacy of Mandela is not entirely without its merit, regardless of whether it is based in the distortion and fabrication of history.

However, ultimately I don’t think we need to enshrine this man as some sort of pseudo-religious figure for us to seek out opportunities to show kindness and be of service to the people and place around us.

Show kindness to the world around you.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.








“Today’s liberal intellectuals, who pride themselves on scientific method and being ‘broadminded’, are the most narrow-minded, self-righteous and hate-filled bigots in the history of humanity. No primitive tribe worshipping with its witch-doctor was ever more vicious in its hatred and suppression of heretics than today’s Marxist intellectuals, anti-racists and liberals.”

I feel the notion of superiority is as inherently flawed as the notion of equality.

Superior in what way?

I do however recognize that there are differences between races and ethnicities. As far as discrimination, what that word actually means is to recognize a difference between things and make a choice of preference.

We discriminate all the time.

I don’t feel it is morally wrong for people to prefer to be around or even do business with certain people over others.

I also make no moral distinction about what it is about said group that causes the individual not to want to associate with them. Once you do that, you completely delegitimize any talk of freedom or civil rights you want to inject into the argument.

Personally, I don’t have any issue with associating with anyone just because of what group they are apart of- but I also don’t have an issue with people who do take issue with those things; I don’t feel that they are being immoral or inhuman because of them wanting to live a certain way.

It is being consistent with the belief in the sovereignty of peoples.

Unless you are actively calling for ACTUAL violence against a person or group based simply on race/ethnicity, you should not be labeled some sort of criminal.

But because I feel this way; because I will morally defend certain ideas as being at worst, no worse than any others deemed as “acceptable“; I am some sort of traitor in the eyes of a modernity that has sought to snuff out certain ideas it sees as dangerous to itself.

At the end of the day, the “anti-racists” that see racism everywhere and dedicate their lives to “fighting” racism ultimately create the problem. When one issue of racism in society seems to be resolved, something else becomes “racist”.

The ever-expanding list of “microaggressions” has led to an ever-expanding definition of what racism is, an hence, what it means to be “racist”.

When you’re a hammer, everything becomes a nail, and that is what the antiracists do. In truth, they NEED to keep finding new places for racism to exist, otherwise they are completely rooted in empty vapid materialism with no sense of higher purpose; something humans are hard-wired for.

We need it.

Anti-racism is their religion.

But it’s not mine.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.


“[L]et it be brought forth placed on the divine law, the word of God; let a crown be placed thereon, by which the world may know, that so far as we approve of monarchy, that in America THE LAW IS KING. For as in absolute governments the King is law, so in free countries the law ought to be king; and there ought to be no other.”

  • Thomas Paine; “Common Sense”


Many within the Libertarian/Constitutionalist/Patriot camps will often proudly echo the above sentiments of Thomas Paine, stating that the United States is a nation united under “rule of law”- which is ultimately enshrined in the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, which themselves have become viewed by many in these camps as sacred and divinely inspired documents.

But if this is true, why is the history of the United States seem to be an increasing strife and displeasure among greater segments of the population as to what this rule of law should or should not do?  And why has their been a continued “need” for the Federal Government, from its inception, to put down those individuals and movements whose ideas are too far removed from its interests.

Traditionally, the laws of a society existed to serve the common good of the people that lived within it.  The notion of a “common good” is derived from the specific physical, mental, and spiritual needs shared in common by a particular group of people as derived from the universe of shared meaning derived from shared language, culture and tradition.

This idea of the common good was heavy throughout the political theory of the medieval Christian world, but the idea really goes back into antiquity and can be found encoded in ancient Fryan law:

“Whenever laws are made or new rules established, it must be for the common good, but never to the advantage of individual persons, or to individual families nor to individual states or anything that is singular.”

The common good was the purpose of the law, which in its ideal form is meant to be a mirror; an earthly manifestation of the Divine Laws of Nature and Creation.  The mirroring of the Divine Principles (albeit to inevitable degrees of imperfection) is what gave the law authority in the eyes of the people and the virtue of its representatives that gained respect, admiration and cooperation from the people.  This differed from the outright ruling through coercive power that became the norm for governments beginning with the Renaissance/Enlightenment periods to the present-day.

The larger and more diverse a society becomes culturally, ethnically, racially and/or religiously, the fewer specifics the people within the society will have in common.  This makes developing a specific idea of what the common good entails, increasingly difficult, and as such, any definition given will be general and vague.

The proof of such a watering down of the common good in modernity can be seen in the attempts of liberal humanists to illustrate the commonality of a “global humanity” by pointing out the most general and base-level physical and emotional commonalities that humans share with each other (as well as with all other mammalian life)- and state that as a result of such very basic shared traits, any group of people should have no problem living amongst one another within a shared society.

Of course such a society could only maintain order through militant standardization through coercion and indoctrination in all areas of social life and personal thought..

Such philosophical and ideological grasping at straws shows the movement of modernity away from Traditional societies based on Higher Principles and ethnos, and a descent into gross materialism as the doctrine globalism continues to erode all but the most superficial elements within human societies.

Perpetually increasing diversification of a society through both external factors such as immigration, and internal factors such as the increased acceptance of divergent and oppositional socio-political ideas by the citizenry, inevitably results in a lack of consensus among the various factions of the society as to what constitutes the common good.  One only needs tune into the various political debates happening everywhere in this country to realize that there is NO CONSENSUS among the greater population as to what the common good here is.

The Constitution is only three pages and no one seems to agree on what it says.

When a society cannot agree on what the common good is, then it becomes impossible for the law to represent and serve it.  Law that does not serve the common good comes to serve the specific self-interests of powerful groups and factions operating within the society.  And when law no longer serves the common good, it degenerates into a tyranny that requires coercion and deception to hold the society together, turning its citizens into vassals, serfs and slaves.  In the case of the United States, it is a tyranny of the oligarchy.

This is why a monoculture based in consumerism and distraction has been pushed onto Americans and the world through the American machine.  But shared commonality through love of pop-culture and I-phone apps is rootless and superficial, and thus establishes no real cultural cohesion.

This is why modern “democratic” governments inevitably need to rely on increasingly blatant and absurd lies and spin to quell the population while backing it up with increasingly more totalitarian and oppressive measures to maintain social stability/control when the masses become restless.

When taking all this into consideration, it would seem that the diagnosis is painfully apparent:

While successful in other ways, the United States of America as a grand experimental nation of people free and united under the rule of law, is a failure.

Can it be salvaged?  Should it be?  Sadly, I’m really not too sure on either.

Unless perhaps, the Anti-Federalists can make a comeback after 240 years on the bench…

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.









“But although everything is in WRALDA, the wickedness of men is not from him.  Wickedness comes from laziness, carelessness, and stupidity; therefore they may well be injurious to men, but never to WRALDA.”

  • The Writings of Adelbrost and Appolonia


While we indeed exist as cells within the Body of WRALDA, we were given the unique gift of free will to forge our own destiny in a way no other created being has.  This was so we could consciously add to the evolution of WRALDA.

However, this power often leads us into trouble when we misuse it in selfish and careless ways; or when we choose to remain ignorant of our responsibilities in possessing this potential and are too lazy to take action- for goodness comes through right action. 

But no matter how far off the path we go, our foolish actions can do no real harm to WRALDA, who exists in a state beyond the illusions and delusions created in the petty minds of men.  These illusions and delusions only harm us and those around us.

God does not suffer along with us.  God exists beyond suffering.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.


“(W)e as priests are not immune to the prevailing winds of the mass mind. Whatever is happening “out there” will most likely affect us without us even being aware that it has. The pendulum of the world is always swinging, and unfortunately even the most “evolved” of us get swept away by it.

As priests, we have the duty to stand at the center point and dodge that sucker every time it comes whizzing by.”

  • Michael Maciel

When I am at the altar performing the Communion, I see myself as a place holder for all people, all races, all beings- a lighting rod into which the Christ Force comes through and spreads to all.

When I am in the world of daily living, there is an unavoidable duality of choices to make on any level at any moment. In the world of phenomena, I have a hierarchy of responsibilities and people that I have responsibilities to.

“Sides” in an immediate, moment to moment sense, are all but unavoidable. But on the level of the Absolute and the work of Spirit, I seek to work for the good of “All Beings”.

All that being said, these are strivings and we will almost inevitably fall short due to the limitations of living and functioning in the physical world. But we can and should, always seek to philosophically and spiritually align ourselves with the Higher Forces of Creation.

I am certainly all about disregarding any sort of “mass narratives” specifically designed to whip the masses into hysteria. But as ideology is the ideas and manner of thinking of a group, class or individual, I’m not sure having ideology of some kind or another can really be avoided without becoming a total relativist and/or an inactive nihilist (which is also a form of ideology).

Groups of people working together long term are going to form a “group mind” if they are cohesive. This cannot be avoided nor should it as its how any society forms. Ideology of some kind or another is what gives the foundation for any spiritual community. So technically, the priesthood has always been rooted in some type of ideology, as the priest needs to serve the community he is in.

The root of “ideology” means a “form” or “pattern” of “logos”. It is the mental pattern that becomes constituted in the expression of a people.

Patriotism, Democracy and Social Justice are all ideologies.

An ideology seeks to shape the world around it in some way. Father Paul once spoke of the desire to see a “representative Democratic United States of a World Government, for all nations”- the foundation for such a vision is totally ideological and could be seen by many in the Eurasian world as an ideology that is hostile and dangerous.

As the universe is mental in nature, ideology becomes the way in which consciousness takes form in a collective manner and acts upon the world.

The problem comes when ideologies are debased and not grounded in Nature and the Divine. Issues occur due to the substance of the ideology, the maturity and moral character of the people that hold it. Issues also come from the attempt to force incompatible ideologies to co-habit the same space.

Ideologies can be constructive or destructive, hence why it is so important that we recognize and understand not just the form, but the essence of whatever ideological currents we endorse.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.


“The word ‘Eva’ is too sacred for common use, therefore men have learned to say ‘Evin’.  Eva… means tranquil, smooth like water that has not been disturbed by a strong wind or something else.  If the water is disturbed, it becomes troubled, uneven but it tends to become calm again…

Eva is also a symbol for WRALDA’S Spirit, who remains eternally just and undisturbed even though the body may suffer.”

  • The Book of Adela’s Followers

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“And he arose, and rebuked the wind, and said unto the sea, Peace, be still. And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm.”

In Hebrew, the name “Eva” means “life“.  Here, “Eva” can be understood to represent the Self- that light and life within us that resides at the sol-ar plexus- the Living Christ Light within.

The nature of the Self is stillness and tranquility.

The power of the Self is that which can calm the rough waters of our disturbed emotions.

The Self is that part of us that is pure immortal divinity- WRALDA’S Spirit.

The Self is that which has never known the suffering of incarnation and has the perspective of the true universal good.

Seek the Self.  Seek the Christ within.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.



“We’re all in it together.”

  • Winston Churchill
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Perhaps its the Gen X and/or the jaded ex-paid-activist in me, but phrases like “we’re all in this together” and “we are one” seem to have become meaningless slogans.

What does it mean to be “in this together?”  What does that look like?  How does that function?

Is it that we need to maintain and strengthen the neoliberal economic and cultural empire that created the very problems that we seek to overcome?  And do we in turn need to continue to feed the mindset of desire above all else that made it possible?  Do we really just need a better version of the same thing?  A more “inclusive” version of it?  Because that’s all pretty much anyone, save for a very, very few, ever really does.

Until the consciousness of people changes, none of these utopian visions everyone has will function with out some sort of totalitarianism.

Either we agree this ain’t workin’ and reorganize ourselves into more functional cohesive societies; or we continue to press for more of the same and watch the cancer metastasize- because the open borders and state socialism that everyone is calling for is just a more over-arching version of the predatory capitalism (i.e. state-sponsored usury) that created so much of the mess we are dealing with.

Everyone is always going to need to be focused to some degree on things needed for survival until physical death no longer exists.  However, I think the question is, ‘what ELSE are they focused on?’. 

The greatest philosophers and spiritual teachers did not need cozy shopping center eco-lofts with unrestricted access to all the comfort, pleasure, and distraction the state can buy- in fact, many had nothing at all. 

Christ Jesus said, “My kingdom is not of this world;“.

The the Eternal can be sought and obtained regardless of unfulfilled want and desire.

In the meantime, we may want to focus on separating ourselves from the parasitic system as much as possible and hopefully building tribes and communities (and perhaps even societies) based upon Divine and Natural Principles that foster the spiritual growth and evolution of their brothers and sisters.

WR-ALDA’S Blessings unto you and yours.