Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher and freemason. He played a role in the Pluto in Taurus era, transformation of religion (era of Nietzsche declaring God is dead, Darwinism turning humans into evolved monkeys, and Freud turning them into primitive sex maniacs). Nietzsche's philosophy influenced both the cultural marxists of the Frankfurt School (the Left Wing Church) and Adolf Hitler's nazi party, anti-democratic fascism of Mussolini (Mars, Roman Empire, the Right Wing Church) and postmodernism (Jacques Derrida).

His dominant was Mars (war, the child), Althus Spoke Zarathustra announced the birth of Antichrist William and the AI Transhumanist Church.

He was educated at the University of Bonn like Karl Marx and Jurgen Habermas. Like Darwinism, he preached a philosophy of survival of the fittest. He became a philologist, teaching at the University of Basel Switzeland (Erasmus, Paracelsus, Carl Jung) at age 24 (Jupiter).

He was a friends of mason Richard Wagner (Holy Grail mythology of the Ring cycle) and Lou Andreas-Salomé (corresponded with Sigmund Freud). He was influenced by the philosophy of Schopenhauer but later renounced his nihilism. He attacked the slave morality of Christianity and announced the Death of God, a moral crisis in Western culture. He ended as a madman with delusions of grandeur (Dionysus god of madness). His sister was an antisemite like Wagner, married Bernhard Förster and lived in a German colony in Paraguay.

 

Astrological chart

born 10/15/1844, date Virgil, Jean Peters (Howard Hughes), Mario Puzo (The Godfather), death Hermann Göring.

Asc: Scorpio, mc: Virgo. Dom: Virgo (the Hermit), Libra, Aries - Mars, Jupiter, Mercury.

died 8/25/1900, date of novel Wizard of Oz, George Wallace, Sean Connery, Tim Burton, death Ted Kennedy, death Truman Capote, death Neil Armstrong (moon landing).

Bibliography

1872 The Birth of Tragedy (concept of Apollonian and Dionysian)
1873 On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense. Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks
1876 Untimely Meditations, essay on David Strauss (Young Hegelians with Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, atheist Ludwig Feuerbach), Schopenhauer and Wagner.
1878 Human, All Too Human
1881 The Dawn (6 years before the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn)
1882 The Gay Science (parable God is Dead, Diogenes the Hermit) phrase used in Rabelais Guarganta and Pantagruel (Thelema philosophy of Do What Thou Willt), art of the troubadours of south France.
1883 Thus Spoke Zarathustra (concept of man as bridge to Uebermensch, Persian philosopher Zoroaster) year 1 the Magician =the Wizard of Oz. 'A Book for All' like Crowley's Liber AL, Do Whatever You Will=Do What Thou Willt.


1886 Beyond Good and Evil
1887 On the Geneology of Morality
1888 The Case of Wagner. Twilight of the Idols. The Antichrist. Ecce Homo. Nietzsche Contra Wagner. The Will to Power (=survival of the fittest of Darwin).

Nietzsche in popular culture

1896 Richard Strauss Also Sprach Zarathustra, first performance 11/27 in Frankfurt (date Jimi Hendrix).

1912 Thomas Mann Death in Venice, writer obsessed with young boy, contrast Apollo restraint - Dionysus passion and excess (influence of Freud and Nietzsche).

In nazi propaganda Adolf Hitler was presented as Christ figure, German Aryans as Uebermensch, jews as Untermensch.

Superhero character Superman as Nietzschean Uebermensch. Superman and Batman as Apollo and Dionysus.

Influence on Frankfurt School (Adorno and Horkheimer Dialectic of Enlightenment, the Left Wing Church), existentialism (JP Sartre) postmodernism (God is Dead), deconstructivism.

1966 Time magazine 4/8 (date Crowley started writng Book of the Law) cover Is God Dead?. Anton LaVey Church of Satan with Nietzschean Darwinian philosophy.

1968 Stanley Kubrick 2001 ASO Moonchild as Uebermensch, Sunrise of Althus Spoke Zarathustra.

Rosemary's Baby Mia Farrow (Mars dominant like Nietzsche) reads Time Magazine issue Is God Dead?.

Charles Manson album The Family Sings had Althus Spoke Zarathustra quote on its cover.

1971 Althus Spoke Zarathustra used by Elvis Presley in concerts like Live from Aloha.

1973 Eumir Deodato (daughter married Stephen Baldwin, granddaughter Hailey Baldwin married Justin Bieber) funk version of Althus Spoke Zarathustra.

1979 Being There Peter Sellers Althus Spoke Zarathustra

1986 Wahnfried Christoph Waltz as Friedrich Nietzsche

1988 The Joker as Dionysus-Christ who has transcended morality, good and bad, accepts fate and chaos.

1999 Magnolia Tom Cruise Althus Spoke Zarathustra (Respect the Cock, the vav the Hierophant).

1999 Man on the Moon Althus Spoke Zarathustra in scene Jim Carrey as Andy Kaufman impersonation of Elvis (Kaufman as the Joker, the Nietzschean Uebermensch who has transcended good and bad).

2006 Little Miss Sunshine (quote Crowley) Paul Dano (The New School) as Nietzsche reading teenager.

2008 The Dark Knight Heath Ledger as the Joker, 'what does not kill you makes you stranger' (Nietzsche quote, 'what does not kill you, makes you stronger'). Apollo (order) vs Dionysus (chaos). Kanye West 'Stronger'.

Rise of Planet of the Apes Golden Gate of San Francisco genetic manipulation and transhumanism of the Corona-ritual, man as bridge to the AI Uebermensch.

According to Nietzsche the death of God would lead to the loss of perspective and objective truth. After the Is God Dead? cover, Time magazine had an issue Is Truth Dead? (pragmatism of postmodernism, idea that everything is fragmented and equally true).

Sigmund Freud

Karl Marx

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