The Zarathustra Seed

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Part I. Friederich Nietzsche’s evaluation of the world religions varied from one another. Through his “trans-valuations” of the religions and philosophies of his heyday, he created his own Spartan-like doctrines that emphasized the joy, vitality and strength of existence. The worst offenders of his animus belonged to the “decadence” and “immortal blemish of mankind” that was contained in 19th century, European Christianity. However, his estimation of the eastern doctrines of Buddhism and Hindu mysticism were held […]