Your reddit spacing and an attempt to occupy as much visible space without providing any legit arguments ousts you as a shill.
>Nothing has been strategically won other than Hitler escaping death and being right about everything
That depends on the perspective. Or you see Yugas in purely materialistic and utilitarian terms? You know, like Freemasons do.
>Now National Socialism is reduced to being beloved by bunch of autists and mutts on imageboards.
Truth is not democratic, it doesn't change based on the amount (or quality) of followers.
>His teachings were completely opposite of the Theravada
Still, he was hardly some kind of champion of the White race (or in general). What about his supposedly true teachings would you point out as his contribution to the struggle?
>Except we do, for everything changes and goes through a gradual transition
Yes, and it's called time. Which keeps flowing in the same direction, with all the entropy that comes with it. As far as this specific physical universe is concerned.
>We literally see human de-evolution within modern civilization today and you're trying to argue that we are living the same existence or state that our ancestors lived through
Never wrote or implied that. The fact that the golden age never ceased to exist as a state of being does not mean that we are currently living in it. Your blatant misinterpretation is another sign of you being a shill
>No, this is what every religion teaches, from the Hellenics, Astaru, Dharma, etc etc.
It's what corrupt/kiked versions of the same are preaching. Your appeal to religious universalism (including Judaism) and evolutionary/progressive development in time ousts you as a synarchic subversive.
>Look at nature itself and try bullshitting that life and everything is merely linear
By inertia it is. Of course, there are external forces and wills which can influence this.
>Ragnarök was no different than the Vedas said
Exactly, the world of Kali Yuga needs to be destroyed so that a new world can begin. Golden age is listed as the first age in pretty much every IE tradition. It's not hard to add 2 and 2
>Yeah, you go from winter to spring
You implied that it goes from winter back to autumn, aka, the pendulum swings back and things gradually start going in another direction.
>It takes like a dozen cycles of four ages over and over before there is a period of destruction.
Total annihilation of everything spawned by Brahman yes, but this also reflects, to a lesser extent, to the end of each cycle as well.
>For our everyday purposes of discussion that chart and any other post ITT on cycles is accurate
It gives people a wrong impression.
>We're dealing with a perpetual motion pendulum here.
That would imply infinite energy, which would ironically send the pendulum spinning in circles, forever. With any amount of finite energy that would allow it to swing back and forth, it would eventually come to a rest state (stasis).
>Once destruction happens, humanity will have to start everything all over again
Start what, building another decadent civilization? You keep imagining Satya Yuga as some sort of progressivist paradise with golden palaces, while it's just the confluence of conditions that permit a certain state of being, conditions that keep decreasing as the involution proceeds through the ages.
>and how we reach higher truths and evolve into our peak
The "peak" that we witness today, right? You are like a hamster within a wheel who thinks that he will finally reach the carrot if he starts going in the opposite direction. That's not what going against time means.
>Oy vey, stop questioning my Tikkun Olam narrative