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Monday, December 31, 2018

The Hirsch Files is Open for Christmas!

Merry Christmas, folks!  As you've probably read over at the other blog, Forge and Anvil, I've decided to open up The Hirsch Files until the end of the Christmastide.  So, friends, I hope you enjoy the access to all the old stuff! 

For those unfamiliar with my old blog, here's some points of interest:

The Local Oklahoma Series: Goodness And Tradition Under Siege In OK

An Index of Laramie Hirsch's Race Blog Posts

The 2017 "Let Them Be For Signs" Series

The Kingdom of Católica America Series

And, for access to all of my content, just scroll to the bottom of this page for access to my archive.  Enjoy, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Forge and Anvil Is My New Blog

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Saturday, December 23, 2017

All Sodomites Died On The First Christmas

Merry Christmas!  The Savior has been born!  Allow me to offer you an incendiary spark of edification to aid you in the kindling of your Yuletide log.  Did you know that when He was born, all of the sodomites in the world died?  Yup.

So says one of our canonized saints, St. Bonaventure, in his Twenty-Second Sunday Sermon about the Nativity.  In fact, he states this fact in agreeance with yet another saint, St. Jerome himself:

All sodomites, men and women, died all over the earth, as Saint Jerome said commenting on the verse Lux orta est iusto [The light was born for the just] (Ps 96:11). This was to make it clear that He [Jesus Christ] was born to reform nature and to promote chastity.

What a joy to all of the normies this must be!  What an edifying relief it must have been for the people of that day who were plagued by purveyors of sexual deviancy!  These people bore witness to God Himself carrying out the full sentence of Levitical Law.  The Almighty did not wait for men on Earth to get around to administering justice.  Had the judges and executioners of the worlds kingdoms done their duty, there would be no mess for God to cleanse in the first place.

But, indeed, God did not want one single sodomite alive on the day His Son was to be received into the world--so detestable is that sin.  When it came to His baby boy, there would be neither patience nor tolerance for any men who failed to control their disordered fetishes.  Instead, this diseased rabble was swiftly removed.  The global community was relieved of a burden, and in this regard society was allowed a fresh start.

Further Considerations and Questions

This information leaves me with a few questions.  For starters, does this mean that all people with sodomitical tendencies were wiped out by God?  Or was it only those engaged in the actual act of sodomy at that moment who were killed?  If God was killing off this particular stripe of sexual deviants, how current would they have to have been with their sex act to be considered by God as a sodomite?

Did God dispatch anyone who had ever committed sodomy in their life?  So, for example, let's say an idiot got curious when he was sixteen, carried out sodomy, but then after that one criminal encounter he lived a straight life, mind and body, until he was sixty years old.  And then, when that fellow was sixty, Christ was born.  Would that sixty-year old man have been purged from the world on that day?

Also, what about people who were wrestling against the desire for sodomy?  What if there were men and women who on one level wanted to become queer, but they were fighting it to the best of their ability?  Did they fall under the category of sodomite, and were they purged?

Yet still, another question: which act on that day was considered sodomitical by God?  Hemorrhoid-inducing anal sex, surely, put a man under the sodomite banner.  But St. Bonaventure says that "both male and female" sodomites died.  So, most certainly those who had inclinations towards bestiality and necrophilia died.  But in this case, did God consider oral sex to be sodomy, as did many previous saints?  What about masturbation, another form of sodomy?  Did God kill off the wankers, too?

If it is true that all sodomites died when Christ was born, we can come to some conclusions.  For example, provided that St. Bonaventure and St. Jerome are correct, we can safely assume that all historical figures who lived through the birth of Jesus were not considered by God to be sodomites at the time of the Nativity.

Furthermore, we can safely assume that if our Lord eradicated sodomy from the earth on that day, there was then not much of a habit for it among the world's population.  In none of the histories do we hear of a sudden, massive, inexplicable die-off of sodomites around 1 AD.  But consider the idea that if all the sodomites were to suddenly die this Christmas, imagine how much the world would be emptied!  Would the clergy in the Vatican only number in the single digits?  What percentage of Americans would be left alive?  Would the gay Jew capital of the world, Tel Aviv, become suddenly unpopulated?  How much of today's global population would die off in such an event?

Whatever the case may have been, should Sts. Bonaventure and Jerome be correct in what they say about this matter, it then therefore means that God himself will have personally seen to the execution of sodomites in at least four instances on the Earth.  He purged them with the Great Deluge, at Sodom and Gomorrah, at Christ's birth, and He will do so again during the Great Chastisement.  With such a rank and horrible sin that cries out to Heaven for such vengeance, why in the world would anyone freely choose to fall into this crime, let alone boldly luxuriate in it?

More Fascinating Nativity Trivia

The death of sodomites is not the only thing that St. Bonaventure mentioned in his 22nd Sunday Sermon at Lyon.  Just as there were odd happenings around the time of Christ's resurrection--such as spontaneous healings and the dead rising and walking throughout Jerusalem--so, too, were there other odd and fun things occurring when Jesus was born.  For example, in the East, three suns appeared in the sky and merged into one, brute animals began speaking in Judea, and a demonic prophecy about Rome's Temple of Peace came to be fulfilled.

Another fun tidbit that we can derive from his sermon is the idea that at the Nativity, everything was a symbol to some degree, and I am specifically talking about what the ox and the ass represent.  The ox and the ass, both knelt and adored the Christ Child, signifying the Jews and the Gentiles respectively.  As if we goyim didn't have enough problems, now we see we're compared to asses!  Oh well.  Hopefully, the majority of us are not sodomizing them.

St. Bonaventure's 22nd Sunday Sermon At Lyon

For further clarification that this sermon is real, check out more facts about this at Tradition In Action.

Bless, O my soul, the Lord who liberated Jerusalem, His city, from its many tribulations, He the Lord our God. Confess the Lord, O children of Israel, for He has shown His majesty to a sinful nation. (Tobias 13:19/3/7)
Moved by a great devotion of heart for today’s celebration, the soul of each one of the faithful should bless and confess God for His great works, exalting the men of Israel and the elect of Jerusalem ,as seen in the 24 considerations of the meditation on today’s feast set forth briefly in the Gospel of Christmas Eve. Four considerations are on God the Father, four on God the Son, four on the Blessed Mother, four on Joseph, four on the Shepherds and four on the Angels. 
We should consider and bless God the Father for His most admirable liberality in sending His Son to take flesh and be born; and praise His fidelity for fulfilling His promise in the due time, His ineffable charity because He had compassion on us and was thus pleased to help us, and His eternal goodness because He wanted to make himself known to us in this way. 
Regarding the Son being born, we should consider and bless His admirable and dignified benignity, imitate His promptitude in obeying the Father and His pity and incredible clemency toward us, and appreciate His submissive poverty, humility and simplicity. 
As for the Mother who gave birth, we should consider and bless her immaculate virginity and glorious fecundity, the singularity of her delivery and the generosity of her fortunate and joyful childbirth. 
On the part of Joseph, we should consider and bless his profound reverence, enormous justice, dedicated compliance and indefectible charity. 
On the part of the Shepherds, we should consider and bless their holy simplicity, pious joyfulness, praiseful solicitude and their expanding faith and devotion.
On the part of the Angels, we should consider and bless the clarity of their omnipresent grandeur, the intimacy of their new tenderness, the learnedness of their preaching and the purity and sublimity of their new praises. 
In all these meditations our souls should bless God, on this day. 
On this day, He liberated His city showing His majesty to a sinful nation, not only by sending His Son to be born, but by bedecking and adorning the day, hour and time of His Nativity with miracles. 
The miracles shown to the sinful nation at the time of the Nativity of Christ are these, according to various histories. 
First, a fulgent star appeared in the sky in parts of the East, which displayed the form of a most pure Infant, and over it was a shining cross to signify that He who was born would spread His doctrine, life and death throughout the whole world. 
Second, in the middle of the day from Capitoline Hill in Rome, a golden circle that appeared near the sun was seen – [also] by the Emperor and the Sibyl – and in it was a most pure Virgin giving birth to an Infant, signifying that He who was born was the Monarch of the world and came to demonstrate the splendor of the paternal glory and figure of His substance. 
Third, the temple of peace in Rome fell to the ground. When it was built, the devils were asked how long it would last, and they responded that it would stand until a Virgin gave birth to a Son, as a sign that He who was born would destroy the works and practices of vanity. 
Fourth, in Rome a large gush of oil sprung up from the ground and flowed into the Tiber, to show that a source of piety and mercy had been born. 
Fifth, on the night of the Nativity, the vinae Engaddi, from which perfume is made, sprouted, flourished, extended its branches and produced its scented liquid, to show that He who was born would make the spiritual world flourish, grow and give fruits, and that its fragrance would attract the whole world. 
Sixth, 30,000 criminals were killed by the Emperor, to show that He who was born would subject the whole world by His Faith and that the rebels would be lost in Hell. 
Seventh, all the sodomites in the whole world died, both male and female, according to Jerome commenting on the Psalm: The light was born for the just, which shows that He who was born came to reform nature and to promote chastity. 
Eighth, brute animals spoke in Judea, among them, two oxen, to make us understand that He who was born would transform the most bestial men into rational persons. 
Ninth, all the idols of Egypt were destroyed when the Virgin gave birth; according to Jeremiah that sign was given to the Egyptians to make them understand that He who was born was the true God and the only One worthy of adoration with the Father and the Holy Spirit. 
Tenth, when the Infant was laying in the Manger, the ox and donkey knelt before Him, as if they had reason, and adored Him, which makes us understand that He who was born would call both the Jews and the Gentiles to His religion. 
Eleventh, the whole world was in peace as described, to show that He who was born would love and promote universal peace and that His elect would enjoy eternal peace. 
Twelfth, in the East three suns appeared in the sky, which progressively merged into a single celestial body to show that by the birth of Christ the world would be informed of the Triune God, and that Divinity, spirit and flesh had been united in one Person.
About all these things, our souls should bless God and venerate Him because He liberated us and His majesty was shown to us, a sinful nation. 
The Lord Jesus was born in the 5,199th year after the constitution of the world, after the constitution of the 750 gens of the City [of Rome], in the year of the 194th Olympics, in the 42nd year of Emperor Octavianus Augustus, in the 39th year of the reign of Herod of Ascalon in Judea, on the 8th day of the Kalendas of January, having Cyrenius as governor of Syria.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

St. Nicholas Week and the Fun Events in Advent

I've been having some thoughts about this week.  Tonight is Krampus Night.  Tomorrow (Dec 6) is St. Nicholas Day.  If you've got kids, these sorts of things matter.

Last Tradhican, over at Cathinfo yesterday, took the time to remind us that the Advent Wreath originated as a Protestant invention.  It's a fascinating story, and I recommend you read about it.

But the whole line of thought that he brought up merely reminds me of how Catholics latch onto the things of the fallen world around them, baptize them to one extent or another, and then it becomes institutionalized in Christian culture.  I certainly don't mind it.  I like it.  So does everyone else who enjoys Christmas trees.  These things become efficacious for us as we seek to adore Christ.

You can go in a few directions with this kind of knowledge.  Firstly, you can just accept the fact that human beings latch onto the ideas of other human beings, and we drag cultural things along and turn it into a part of our patrimony.  I'm often content to simply do that.

Another direction is for people to sink into purity spiral arguments.  Some will argue that "the advent wreath isn't Catholic enough" or some such thing, or that this tradition comes from this region, and that tradition comes from that area, and you can find yourselves arguing with purists.  Such people will argue with you: "The reindeer, goat, and dwarven imagery is pure Scandinavian, and it was imagery that was there in the pure pagan days, long before Christianity!"  I was in a conversation a few years ago with a friend who tried picking a fight with me about this very thing a few years ago, and it bored me to death.

And really, there's so many contributions to the Christmas phenomenon that I don't think the world is finished absorbing and deciding what to do with all of the stuff that has percolated and coalesced during the centuries.

I mean, I don't think that the world is going to rush out to start the poop log tradition any time soon.  Nor do I believe that we're about to see a great rush of people to put on blackface and start helping Santa Clause pass out candy in broad daylight (though I can easily see this as some sort of hilariously witty, controversial, deviant political act on the part of college agitators).

But who knows?  Who knows what traditions will make their way out of the various climes of the world?  Anything is possible with the internet.  I've been quite surprised by what I've learned about Christmas in the last five years.  None of this would have been possible for me without the internet.  Sure, there's always been books about this stuff out there somewhere.  But now?  This sort of trivia is really accessible to us.

I for one love the various weird things I've been learning about how other folks do Advent and Christmas celebrations.  In fact, I think it'd be awesome to erect our own Gävle Goat here in my town, and shoot it to death with roman candles on Krampus Night.  We could throw in an effigy of the Devil while we sip on a nice flask of hot liquor.  I suppose we could have St. Nicholas parade around the party and give out chocolate gold coins to the kiddies, while someone in a Krampus suit stalks around to instill fear into their hearts.

But before I end this post, I've really gotta say something about this phenomenon called the Krampus Walk.  Admittedly, these things look cool as Hell.  Literally.  It's one of my guilty pleasures to watch these parades coming out of Europe.  I'm a fantasy fiction writer, and I love a good villain.  I even bought a Krampus ornament last year.  It's funny for me.

But, uh, be that as it may--it sorta looks like St. Nicholas is the king of demons with these Krampus Walks.  If I were a bettin' man, I'd say that the Devil himself is trying to appeal to people's baser desires with the Krampus phenomenon.

Ought there not be only one Christmas Devil?  Granted, the alpine climes that Krampus originates from have a rich history of mischievous devils and imps that stem back to their pagan history.  But I would contend that Christmas is to be a symbol of God's triumphs, for the most part.  Having a Christmas parade filled with anthropomorphic beast demons sort of extols...well, demons.  I mean, you gotta ask yourself, with a Krampus Walk, are people celebrating a saint, or are they celebrating how cool the furry devils look?

In fact, seeing as how Oklahoma is set to be on track as being a satanist cultural center (courtesy of our infamous black masses on public property, and accompanying lackluster emphasis on spiritual exorcism combat)--I would hazard to guess that we might even see some sort of a Krampus Walk funded by the Church of Satan in coming years.  Call me crazy, it's just a prediction.  But I look at these videos of the Krampus Walks, and it's easy to see where this could go.

Time will tell.

For now, the week that features St. Nicholas Day is one of my favorite weeks of the year.  It gins up all sorts of speculation and wonder for me.  Come to think of it, I got a couple of new ideas for that imaginary Advent party I was thinking about earlier.  We could have someone else dressed up as St. Lucy.  And perhaps we could even have a re-enactment of the miracle of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  All in one big sort of festival.

Ah, to dream.  It's a fun time of the year.

Just Watched Valerian: Disappointed By Effeminacy

Tonight, I rented and watched Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

After watching this film, and recalling what I saw in The Fifth Element a few years ago, I've come to a few conclusions.

The first and most obvious conclusion that comes to my mind is the fact that both Valerian and 5th Element despise male aggression.  Potent, masculine, unapologetic virility is, in fact, vilified in the antagonists of these two movies.  In Valerian, they choose to have an out-of-control 5-star English general be the bad guy.  In that movie, the general was eager to fight a war over a planet inhabited by primitives aka "noble savages", and the rubble from the battle destroyed their planet.  In 5th Element, the bad guy was an arms dealer who spoke with an American accent who was reckless in getting what he wanted.  Both antagonists in both movies were white, violent, portrayed as reckless, careless, unloving caricatures.

As for the heroes, in both movies, the protagonists are heroic and daring.  But their heroism is caged in a certain way.  Their path is controlled by the boundaries set by the androgynous society they live in within each film.  They can "be all they can be," but within certain limits.  Each hero seems to have some sort of a collar on that keeps him effectively neutered in a certain sense.

The second thing I've concluded is that both Valerian and 5th Element loves androgyny.  These two movies love to blur the lines between what makes a man or a woman.  The 5th Element, for example, if filled with effeminate, gay-looking men, including Chris Tucker's character Ruby Rhod.  At the end of Valerian, the emperor, though a male, has the voice of an English actress.  And like The Fifth Element, Valerian is filled with effeminate side characters who could easily be assumed to be sodomites.  The main protagonist, Valerian himself, seems masculine, but he spent the entire film with a female alien in his mind--a plot point the movie makes sure to remind us about a few times.  I can feel the director's smirk.  Quite creepy.

Finally, at the end of both The Fifth Element as well as Valerian, the good guys can only win if they "give in to love."  In 5th Element, Bruce Willis' character has to come to terms with loving the alien girl Leeloo.  Once he proclaims his love for her, she is able to let go, and turn her body into a light show that somehow saves the day from evil.  In Valerian, the protagonist has to be lectured by his love interest, and he is told that if he is going to truly express love, he has to turn in a rare alien species to the "noble savages" he's worked to discover.  And only by doing the right thing, and giving in to love, will his partner agree to marry him.


Both Valerian and The 5th Element are visually stunning.  All the better to reel you in, my dear.  Once in, you can be spoon fed a world of misandry, effeminacy, and a kind of "love conquers all" emotionalism that you typically can listen to on FM radio's pop stations.

These two films are the products of European minds.  When it comes to science fiction, this is what Europe has to offer, it seems.  When it comes to world-building in this day and age, the Europeans are only capable of extolling the most twisted, utopian, effeminate ideals imaginable.  If these films were a signal of where European culture was headed, I'd say it's to the gutter.  I watch a film like this, and I say to myself "My God, they're damned soft," and it comes as no surprise to me that the entire continent is being taken over by invaders who could give a damn about their perverted deviancy.

Surely I'm wrong.  Somebody, please, correct me.  Surely there's pockets of good writing and good talent over there who ardently desire to produce good science fiction without the faggotry.  I hear Eastern Europe is a bit tougher than Western Europe.  Hungary's cool, from what I read.  But honestly, this spectacle I watched tonight seemed like an ill omen.