>Pre-modern spirituality was not a free-for-all like you are imagining it.
It was organic, unlike the artificial and Talmudic model that you are promoting. The "spirituality" that you are advocating is not spirituality at all, but a political control mechanism. People with proper 'blood' can inherently recognize spiritual hierarchies, it's due to the influences of Kali Yuga and racial corruption that this is impossible today.
>Pre-Modern peoples recognized tradition, spiritual lineages, initiation and much more
Yes, except that the only genuine Aryan example of a "spiritual lineage" was a regal function, and initiation wasn't really based on muh scriptures, especially their literal interpretation. Rather, it contained esoteric, metaphysical knowledge (yes, knowledge, not faith and various bullshit that (((gurus)))
are peddling today), or eventually a proper, alternative way to interpret the scriptures.
>It was understood that not ever retard like (you) was even worthy to read their texts
You mean just like Christkikes forbade anyone not being part of their semitic cult to become literate so they don't catch up on their anti-European subversion? Your understanding of the Vedas is quite ... Abrahamistic
>hence why shudras would have molten lead poured into their ears if they heard Vedic hymns
Someone being a shudra is self-evident, those who think that they will magically transform into something higher if they hear muh hymns show their total lack of understanding. We can notice three clear elements in your reasoning, one being that a man can never realize spiritual truths without those being revealed to him (indicating a very Judaic and cult-like nature of your beliefs), one that there is nothing inherently corrupt about lesser races (indicating egalitarian nature of your beliefs) and one that something lesser can become something greater through some kind of "spiritual guidance" (indicating progressive, modernist nature of your beliefs).
>Irrelevant. Dharma isn't sourced in Indra.
It is sourced in ancient Aryan beliefs and metaphysics, which has little to do with the bugman interpretation that got adopted and codified later. Indra was the actual god of Aryans (White people) so texts pertaining to him are much more relevant when it comes to Dharmic context. We are not Hindus.
I also find it quite ironic that a quintessential animal-man is calling a god "shudra", but that's what you get in the clown world.
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