It can no longer be overlooked that today's cultural soul is sick and in need of healing. Like the group soul, the cultural soul is made up of the souls of its members, miraculously creating a whole that is always more than the sum of its parts. Since every man is a part of the cultural soul, he can also contribute to the healing of the cultural soul. This only requires the belief that natural life on earth is something marvellous that is worth fighting for.

As every doctor knows, an illness can only ever be cured satisfactorily once it has been adequately analysed and understood. In order for a person to come to such an understanding in relation to today's culture, they must come to terms with some unpleasant cultural realities. One of these unpleasant realities is that fascism, which can be traced back directly to Roman rule, is today one of the major causes of the illness of the cultural soul in almost every country in the world. It is therefore not enough to merely operate on the surface of everyday cultural life, as the healing of the cultural soul requires a sufficient analysis of an ideological cultural heritage that has become "self-evident". Only when the individual realises that a large part of this cultural heritage consists of completely arbitrary, unnatural and pathological ideas can he or she throw his or her natural weight and voice into the scales of cultural development and generate an important healing effect for the cultural soul. This book provides all the necessary information for this.


  • The supernatural being of traditional high culture
  • The contribution of modern corporations to a progressive disease of the cultural soul
  • How the cultural soul became ill as a result of a narcissistic change in human behavior
  • The targeted distractions of the cultural man from today's everyday cultural life
  • The consequences of a supernatural, idealistic polarization of the human worldview
  • The recognition of the diseased cultural soul by Jesus and the christianity
  • The necessary taboo for any deprivation of rights and enslavement of people
  • The farewell to a human arbitrariness that works against nature
  • The present cultural development
  • The deliberate overcoming of Roman fascism for a lasting healing of the cultural soul and human nature


The supernatural being of traditional high culture (parts)

Since the self-organisation of mankind through a advanced class culture (Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China), there have been relatively all-powerful "master men", relatively powerless servant men (civil servants, traders, craftsmen) and powerless slave men (bonded labourers, slaves, proletarians, low-wage workers). As a result, human community relations have changed from an originally simple natural symbiosis of relativ equal rights into sado-masochistic relationships with a tendency towards delusions of a grandeur and a inferiority. The constant "progress" of this cultural organisation over the last 5,000 years has brought mankind today to the limits of human nature as well as to the limits of earthly nature and is in the process of seriously damaging life on earth.

Today's cultural man is increasingly confused and arbitrary in his behaviour and is about to sacrifice "EVERYTHING" for a strange pursuit of the absolutist power over life in a relative universe, which is why he is trying to maintain the traditional class culture in any case. Most of what cultural man undertakes today is therefore unnatural, pointless and futile, because he is striving for something that cannot be achieved outside a human fantasy that has become arbitrary and an artificial unnatural cultural bubble . This is why man is sacrificing the earth's natural resources for a dream that will inevitably vanish into thin air in the near future, because today's global corporations and an increasingly centralised state authority are increasingly overburdening every living being on earth.

The notorious overtaxing of human nature by the master men has been going on for 5000 years, as the authoritarian culture of class has formed veritable culture machines out of people, such as the labour machine for building the pyramids or the military machine. These machines require "selfless" people so that an absolutised and centralised cultural authority can be passed from top to bottom in the cultural machines without friction, so that everyone involved pulls in the same direction. From the very beginning, class culture was therefore characterised by an extremist polarisation of omnipotence and powerlessness, which inevitably took people out of their natural symbiotic and liberal constitution. At the latest with the beginning of Greek civilisation, which for the first time produced real slave markets and a heaven of gods that became a direct mirror of a manipulative society, the artificial polarisation of cultural life within class culture became a hermetically sealed human way of ife.This development has not only effectively separated man from nature, but has also transformed him into a non-human in many respects.

In the cultural history of the last 3000 years, we find many personal testimonies about the experience of an all-destroying war machine, which has confronted those affected by it with an extreme human evil. If a class culture goes to war, then its cultural machines built of humans can become destructive monsters, as the people who have become a selfless part of a cultural machine tend to develop a blind, extremely fatalistic obedience through which they lose their humanity. This loss of humanity has led man into an automated military goose step, which have become a symbol of how man can realise aincredibly machine-like behaviour without any natural impulse. This bottomless unnatural cultural phenomenon, which reached a temporary peak in cultural history with the Nazis, continues to preoccupy many people today, as the obedient cultural man can become part of a destructive machine (e.g. an economic machine or bureaucratic machine) at any time, even if those involved are generally social and friendly people. Subservient persons who becomes part of a destructive cultural machine tends to go berserk in the heat of a cultural crisis. This is especially the case when their situation becomes unbearable and they develop panicky or allergic states of mind. In such a situation, people who have become "one" with an unnatural cultural machine can become "machine men" whose actions become so brutal and deviant that they are haunted by these actions for the rest of their lives. This phenomenon has become particularly clear through the intensive media coverage of the Vietnam War. For a long time, quite a few American soldiers had problems psychologically processing the fear and loathing of the unhumans they had become as part of the American military machine in Vietnam. In the event of an emergency, the machines of class culture therefore not only ruin the lives of the enemy, but also the lives of their own cultural citizens, who have become a subservient part of a cultural machine.

So when people talk about having to conquer their inner demons, they are usually talking about their overnatural cultural ego, which already the children have to train to survive in the class culture. In many respects, the human cultural ego, like the cultural constitution of the status culture, is terrible and violent, both against other people and against its own gift of life. For this reason, the cultural human being cannot take sufficient countermeasures with a mere admonition to a natural reason and for a social behaviour, as half-hearted attempts only have limited success with a cultural ego that acts arbitrarily and supernaturally. The man therefore must learn to understand the nature of the class culture so that he can understand why the pathologically authoritarian cultural ego sometimes becomes bottomlessly destructive. Only then he will realise that he will not have a future worth living without a change in the traditional cultural organisation.

The artificial cultural ego forms an extended arm of the class culture, which is why the adapting cultural human being inevitably becomes an unnaturally himself organising human being. Anyone who takes this simple bio-logic seriously and recognises the fundamental problem in it can gradually develop a self-organisation on their own initiative that is consciously oriented towards nature. Man do not need a "saviour" from outside to do this, as this traditional religious figure of hope is merely an invention of class culture to keep ordinary people trapped in a passive and submissive cultural adaptation.

The central goal of all historical sadistic or narcissistic efforts to gain power was and still is the unconditional surrender of all subordinates. This applies to authoritarian parental education as well as to the military machine, the bureaucratic machine and the capitalist economic machine. Unconditional capitulation presupposes that the natural self-will of the subordinates is broken by a constant or extreme psychological overload, so that the natural self-will and the natural ego remain chronically underexposed in favor of the ego and the will of the "victorious" authorities. Since this objective cannot be realized without further ado, the class culture has, since its inception, ensured a normal family war, a downright gender war and an obligatory class war through a corresponding internal policy, so that the people of culture are exposed to a constant heavy social burden or overload.

Since it is relatively easy to break the will of children, there has been a completely normal "black pedagogy" in Western cultures since the Thirty Years' War from 1618 to 1648, which openly pursues the goal of breaking the children's natural self-will as early as possible (book "Black Pedagogy" by Katharina Rutschky, Ullstein Verlag, 1984): "It is quite natural that the soul wants to have its will, and if you have not done things right in the first two years, it is more difficult to achieve the goal afterwards. One of the advantages of these first years is that you can use force and coercion. Over the years, children forget everything they encountered in their first childhood. If you can deprive children of their will, they will not remember that they had a will, and the sharpness that you will have to use will not have any bad consequences".(Book p.173 f., J. Sulzer: The two main tasks of early childhood education, 1748). This excerpt from a textbook for educators is just one example of more than 100 teaching examples that could still be found in the original in 1980. They provide an informative insight into the type of child rearing that was "normal" in all Western cultures for over 350 years. As late as 1965, there were educational guides for parents that recommended simply letting babies cry without reaction in order to break the "tyrannical" will of children.


The deliberate overcoming of Roman fascism for a lasting healing of the cultural soul and human nature

Unlike the class cultures in Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China, the Germanic peoples organised themselves in a simple, natural way until around 400 AD. To this day, the descendants of the early Germanic peoples show a tendency towards a tragic naivety towards the unnatural endeavours of the early class cultures to rule, which reached their first cultural-historical climax in the Roman Empire. The natural naivety, which is also expressed in today's cultural children, illustrates the innate childlike basic trust in a healthy, symbiotic and empathic human nature. It expresses itself through a natural, carefree and trusting relationship behaviour towards all fellow human beings and therefore inevitably turns into a tragic naivety in the event of a confrontation with a narcissistic master man.

The naivety of the Germanic tribes in relation to the Roman cultural system for the first time became a tragic naivety through "the fate" of the Cimbri, Teutons and Ambrons, who set out from Northern Europe around 120 BC with a band of around 200,000 men in search of new settlement land. Even then, the Romans had already laid an absolutist claim to the land within their jurisdiction, thereby had arbitrarily cancelling the natural right to occupy a free territory.

After several requests by the Germanic tribes to the Romans for a land allocation were rejected, there were several disputes with the Romans, some of which the Germanic tribes won. This already revealed the absolutist nature of Roman rule, which knew no compromise. This is why the decision of the Germanic peoples to divide up again in order to find a settlement area more easily became an extremely tragic Germanic naivety, as the Romans used this decision to completely annihilate each of the peoples.

Already at that time the Romans took that for granted what we today summarise under the term fascism, a glorification of the conquest and enslavement of other peoples through an absolutist striving for power, which ist glorified by parades, flags and special symbols of power. One of these revered Roman symbols of power were the "fasces", from which the concept of modern-day fascism is directly derived. (see Wikipedia: article Fasces)

The Roman power symbol of the fasces shows a circular, cut and tied bundle of rods with an axe in the hollow center. The axe symbolised the right of absolute Roman rulers to impose the death penalty in an arbitrary manner. This made the fasces a symbol of a totalitarian power of a supernatural kind, as modern ethnologists have not found such a "right" in any of the primitive peoples they have researched. Such a right inevitably causes a bottomless power imbalance between the one who holds this right and can exercise it in an arbitrary manner and the one who is powerless at the mercy of this "right". This is the very essence of fascist rule, which always arrogates to itself the self-evident right to pass and execute death sentences without any kind of trial. For simple people, such a right inevitably means a bottomless horror, which became tangible for today's people through the Nazi rule in Germany, especially through the Gestapo. In the long run, this horror becomes a psychological terror for the people concerned, since arbitrary categorisation as "life unworthy of life" can mean one's own death sentence at any time and in any place. Such psychological terror is like a psychic acid for the human soul ("fear eats the soul"), which automatically leads to a unconditional surrender of those affected by a fascist ruling power. This is why people today have every reason to fear a new fascist regime. Experience has shown that a bottomless fear of a totalitarian ruling elite is contagious and can spread like wildfire within a culture. Among other things, this creates an ideological and emotional synchronisation within the affected culture, which leads to a mental and emotional degeneration of the entire cultural system.

Therefore, it does not help at all if people condemn themselves for their "weakness" or for the susceptibility of their natural naivety to a pathological, unnatural power agenda, devalue human nature, curse their fellow human beings or even hate themselves. This does not solve the underlying cultural problem, but rather prevents its solution, which can only be achieved by the individual seeking interconnectedness with other people through symbiotic communalisation in order to generate a common taboo on any kind of absolutist supernatural cultural domination. This task cannot be left to political parties. Only on the path of independent self-initiative can people who are aware of the fascist cultural problem protect themselves and their communities sufficiently through the rule "fight back the beginnings". In order to maintain a healthy natural relationship, community or culture, it is extremely important that everyone involved can trust their fellow human beings and thereby remain naive in a natural way. This requires a sufficiently strong and flexible social network of constructive symbiotic relationships that can absorb destructive relationship experiences of the supernatural kind and defuse them through a targeted support to such an extent that no lasting damage is caused to those affected or to the community. Social networking is by nature an important moral motivation and support for all members of a community, which is crucial for to realise a successful natural community of symbiotic equality. This natural polity becomes all the more important the more people a community comprises and the greater the danger for the community of falling into a tragic aberration through a ideological contamination of the arbitrary, absolutist kind.

Another tragic Germanic naivety in relation to the Roman cultural system became acute in many Germanic peoples with the adoption of the Roman Catholic religion from around 500 AD. The Catholic Church repeatedly applied the fascist right to arbitrarily kill or have people killed through its treatment of heretics and also practised it in other forms throughout its history. With the forced catholicisation of the entire Frankish empire from 770 AD, the first serious fascist infection of the Germanic tribes became acute, which once again became a tragedy due to the naivety of the simple Germans towards the Roman ruling system. A church community was founded in every major Germanic settlement, which became part of a new political administration of the entire Frankish empire by a hierarchical, absolutist Catholic power of order. This "religious" organising power was compulsorily financed by the church tithe, so that the churches in the Frankish empire sprang up like mushrooms. Only the Saxons were not as naive as the other Germanic tribes and fiercely resisted this forced Frankish Catholicisation in the first 30-year religious war in European cultural history. Such resistance ended, especially for the Slavs, with the enslavement of the Slavs by the Vikings, which was "tolerated" by Charlemagne. As a result of this escalating violence in the Frankish empire, many Saxons emigrated to England and mixed with the Saxons and Angles already living there.

The blind naivety of the Germanic tribes with regard to Roman rule, which can almost be described as negligent, led to the Franks adopting many Roman cultural practices without scrutiny in respects. After a split in the Frankish Empire from around 900 AD, the "Holy Roman Empire" emerged on what is now German territory, which from the late 15th century was called as the "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation". As a result, the naïve blindness of the early Germanic tribes to the nature of Roman rule became a stubbornly naïve blindness that persists to this day.

In the course of European cultural history, the Roman cultural heritage meant an increasing authoritarian pressure to rule for the simple Germanic tribes, which repeatedly tended towards bottomlessness. This became particularly clear with the Council of Constance in the early 15th century, the Carlsbad Resolutions in the 19th century and many other bottomless derailments of the Roman-kind rule. As in all unnatural absolutist systems of rule, the Germanic tribes concerned also developed a pathological supernatural polarisation of their views, emotions and behaviour over time. The more bottomless this polarisation became, the more bottomless the pathological mental dependence of the simple Germanics to the authorities of their culture became. Roman Catholic religious doctrine has also normalised a veritable cult of guilt in European cultural history, which has led to extremely masochistic behavioural habits of the simple Germanics, especially in the Holy Roman Empire of german nation. As a result, a bottomless fear of the effects of Roman-fascist rule has become deeply ingrained in the Germanic soul, which to this day feeds the symptoms of a bottomless mistrust and a panicky fear of any experience of powerlessness in the Germanic soul. The result is a sometimes extremely pathological naivety of those affected towards the authorities of their culture, which is realised through a stubbornly passive subservient thinking and subservient behaviour and does not allow any criticism of the cultural authorities.

From 1700 AD, the Germanic peoples of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation relatively swift adopted the special Prussian virtues of the self-discipline, the diligence, the punctuality and the obedience to all cultural authorities. The resulting illusory goal of wanting to be "perfect" still exists today, as it symbolises the hope of being able to avoid the deeply hurtful, harsh humiliations of the tyrannical rule of the Roman kind through a "flawless" behaviour. It is above all this serious masochistic distortion of the self-organisation of the simple Germanics that has led to today's Germanics no longer making the acquaintance of the whip or other brutal means of power. This applies in particular to the german Germanics, who, with a naive operational blindness that can almost be described as tyrannical, clings to an absolute self-control and self-discipline to "perfect" their own behaviour in order to ensure an absolute pursuit of material life insurance. As the developments of recent years have shown, this "solution" is only a farce, as the Germanic tribes of the entire Western cultural area have developed numerous addictive habits in order to be able to endure their "progressive" cultural development of the Roman kind. Since the turn of the millennium, the people of Western civilisation have been accumulating an increasing mountain of unnecessary products in their households, which inevitably burden the earthly nature and thus also the human nature in one way or another. As a result, the supernatural material life insurance of Western civilisation is slowly but surely becoming a death insurance. This is the provisional result of the takeover of Roman culture by the Germanic peoples from 400 AD onwards, which is increasingly developing into a catastrophe.

The tragically naïve hope of the Germanics of being able to keep their heads above water by an "adapting" to the power of Roman rule, proves to be an illusion when examined from a cultural-historical perspective, which still today prevents the return to a natural cultural organisation,. Both the sadistic Roman addiction to power, which strives for a totalitarian domination of other people, and the masochistic Roman addiction to power, which cultivates an absolute self-control through a corresponding self-discipline, tend to "fuel" each other in such a way that a degenerative vicious spiral (vicious circle) arises for the cultural social life. Today's phenomena of this kind are nothing new; they are a recurring theme throughout Western cultural history. Due to their special social nature, people can only ever adapt to unnatural power relations of the fascist kind for a limited time and thus temporarily, without developing serious mental, emotional or physical symptoms of illness. Even for a short-term adaptation, man pays the price of an unhappy life and an inevitable moral degeneration. The hope of achieving a solution for one's own survival by an "adapting" to the Roman-style culture of domination must therefore be regarded as an extremely dangerous and momentous illusion. This is mainly due to the fact that a fascist rule can not only be brutally enforced by the written and unwritten "right" to kill arbitrarily, but can also gradually kill the body, the mind and the soul in an underground way, without the affected persons becoming sufficiently aware of it - until it is too late.

The man realises through appeasing authority, by betraying his nature, by socially betraying his neighbours, by venting his culturally induced aggression on scapegoats and by disappearing within a selfless nihilism only an emergency solution for his cultural self-organisation. The resulting illusory ideological and emotional immunisation through the repression of the natural ego and the cultivation of an artificial cultural ego are not a solution. Many people in Western culture today are struggling with an internalised psychoterror of the Roman kind, the consequences of which are currently becoming particularly clear in the German cultures. The inherited absolutist Roman values of the discipline, punctuality, thriftiness, industriousness, self-sufficiency and obedience are engaged in a constant ideological war with the opposing capitalist agenda of arbitrary licentiousness and the absolute self-centredness that has become normal since the turn of the millennium. This tragic, bottomless inner contest poisons the soul of today's cultural people in a grave way, as it is a supernatural ideological war through the contradictory pursuit of an absolutist order (Roman dictatorship) and an absolutist freedom (capitalist despotism). This devastating idealistic war cannot be redeemed with by an "everything -is-good" positivism, since such a ritualised hope leads to man remaining in a dangerous self-deception. Without a serious endeavour of understanding the symptoms of Roman culture rule, the individual inevitably remains a victim of an increasingly destructive culture development.

In order to better understand how it could have come to this, today's man must start in the 15th century of European history. The 15th century was not only the century of the Council of Constance, but also the century in which American slavery and thus the history of modern times was heralded. It was above all the British, the French, the Spanish and the Portuguese who became the main protagonists of this history, so that it was also they who exported the absolutist rule of the Roman kind, which had developed further by then, to America. There, the Roman rule agenda was developed in a relatively unhindered way into a new absolutist rule constitution of a special kind, which unfolded its effect in an increasingly fatalistic way beyond a well-intentioned American constitution.

A similar development was set in motion by the East India Companies, with the English and Dutch East India companies in particular exporting an economic model of rule of the Roman kind throughout the world. The resulting imperialism still characterises global culture today in a decisive way. On this way one cultural tragedy followed another. It was the British who invented the first tank and the Americans who built the atomic bomb. Through this potentisation of the modern military machines and trough the use of nuclear power and oil, a modern cultural world has emerged that today fundamentally threatens human existence and natural life on earth through its internal consequences. The entire world today is therefore both a direct and indirect outgrowth of a Roman system of domination, which has been realised in both the capitalist and communist cultural agendas and has had a decisive influence on current cultural developments.

Within these cultural developments of the last 800 years, the naivety of the Germanic peoples towards the Roman system of rule has persisted in a stubborn way, especially in the "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation". The British, the French, the Portuguese, the Spanish and the Dutch have, through their extensive imperialist activities, reduced their naivety about Roman domination, so that the "normal" patriotic idealism of the romantic-fascist mould has given way to a sobering realisation about the real consequences of such an unnatural agenda of domination. The Germans, who had been fragmented and preoccupied with themselves for a long time due to their history, did not live through this disillusionment and, through the founding of their empire in 1871, lost themselves in an excessive idealistic enthusiasm for a Prussian agenda of the Roman kind. The result was an excessively idealised cultural flowering, which from the very beginning exaggerated Prussian militarism, the industriousness, discipline and absolute self-control to such an extent that black ideological, social and economic culture blossoms emerged. As a result, the previous German intellectual culture of the Goethe era was rapidly displaced from the German cultural system. This led to an increasing aberration of the Germans into an idealistic nationalism, racism and imperialism, which almost led to the extermination of the Hereros in Namibia in 1905. As a result of this development, the Germanics of Germany ultimately fell into a devastating, almost brutally naive operational blindness, which prepared the ideological breeding ground for subsequent Nazi rule. The disillusionment of the Germans with this drunken ideological cultural flowering of a totalitarian Roman striving for omnipotence was extremely bitter, as it ended in 1945 with an unnatural unconditional surrender and a totalitarian impotence.

Even today, the naivety of the Germanic peoples with regard to the absolutist and thus boundlessly unnatural constitution of the Roman rule is a decisive cause of the increasing cultural distortions across the globe. It is therefore extremely important for the Germanic peoples to free themselves from their stubborn operational blindness and thus perhaps for the first time really realise from their hearts that the absolutist cultural agenda of the "traditional" kind can mean the destruction of the human species and of natural evolution on earth.

It is high time for cultural man to come to his senses and find his way back to his spiritual roots. This can happen above all when today's cultural man comes to the realisation that every person living today plays a decisive role in shaping daily cultural reality, even when he acts in arbitrarily passiv way by not reacting to the violating and raping norms of a Roman rule system. Only if the individual consciously assumes a natural´responsibility for his or her life and gives a corresponding response to the nature of contemporary cultural organisation will the inner emancipation of the many become a cultural magic formula that enables contemporary man to realise a redemptive natural democracy of symbiotic equal rights.


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Especially if you are affected by a stubborn passivity and hopelessness, it is important to realise that a problem can only ever be solved satisfactorily once its nature has been sufficiently understood. There is therefore no reason why something has to remain as it is. This even applies to serious personal impairments that have existed for as long as we have been able to think.