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TIDE TO FOCUS ON THE HEIDEGGERIAN RETURN

 

Heideggerian Eternal Return

NOTE: In the Xotinx we translate Heidegger’s “Sein” not as “Being” but “To-Be” or “ToBe”

#RUNE der (E-Hod) #Jera (Eternal Return) Anyone who wants to understand the Xotinx, must have an understanding of #Heidegger. Much of the POV of the Xotinx is formulated thru a kind of “Heideggerian Eternal Return”. Western Occultism may call this Eternal Return, RITUAL MAGIC.

“He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” ― George #Orwell, 1984.

Understanding Heidegger’s Nietzche’s ETERNAL RETURN (der & dor #Jera) is like grasping Water. We can not understand Water until we become Water. We can not understand ‘Eternal Return’ until we become the Eternal Return. This can become possible thru the Xotinx in the Realization of No-Thing-ness (der & dor #Berkano). The usual Hod (state of consciousness) that we understand Eternal Return is in the Æ-Hod (dær #Æhwaz). This is the State of consciousness we would call the Intellectual, Scholarly, Logic etc. It is a calculative Hod that projects into ‘Reality’ Time & Space. This Æ-Hod tries to comprehend Eternal Return in Time & Space but it’s Understanding of Eternal Return is an Ossification of No-Thing-ness. Only when we move into an E-Hod (der or dor #Ehwaz) or the O-Hod (der or dor #Othala) can we begin to appreciate the Eternal Return. –Tiwaz

To understand the Runes, for example we have to understand the NOW (present). This is done thru a Heideggerian NOW, as unveiled (#Aletheia) explored in “Sein und Zeit” (Being and Time) thru a methodology Heidegger calls “Hermeneutics” . We will simply call this HEIDEGGERIAN ETERNAL RETURN. When we use Heideggerian Eternal Return to understand the Runes in this NOW we can understand the Runes of the past-future. This understanding of the past-future, thru the “Heideggerian Eternal Return”, gives us a deeper understand of the Runes in the NOW. This deeper understanding of the NOW, in turn, thru the “Heideggerian Eternal Return”, gives us a deeper understanding of the past-future, etc. until we finally consciously fall into a kind of #Nietzsche ian Abyss unveiling “Open-To-Be” (Enlightenment, Buddha-hood, Godhood, O-Hod).

“Open-To-Be” is not a linear THING with a past-present-future. It is in the NOW revealed thru the “Heideggerian Eternal Return”. Past-present-future are TIME & SPACE projections of Open-To-Be thru the Eternal Return, that ossifies thru projection into Time & Space as  THINGS. Science deals with THINGS and can not understand “Open-To-Be” because there is NO-THING to understand. All THINGS, all thoughts, emotions, physicality must fall away before “Open-To-Be” can fully reveal itself as Enlightenment, Buddha-hood, Godhood, O-Hod, XOT-HOD.

To get a handle on Heidegger, it’s best to start with the source book, BEING IN TIME by Heidegger. If you can read Deutsch it’s even better to read the original SEIN UND ZEIT  by Heidegger. A very helpful book that will give you a handle of what “Sein und Zeit” is saying is – Commentary on Heidegger’s Being And Time : Michael Gelven.

https://archive.org/details/CommentaryOnHeideggersBeingAndTime

 

NOTES:

BEING & TIME

III.INTRODUCTION

Martin Heidegger’s Sein und Zeit first appeared in German in 1927; the English translation, Being and Time, appeared in 1962.1 Since the appearance of this work, the reputation and influence of its author has spread to such international dimensions that it may be said that Heidegger is the most important and widely influential philosopher of the twentieth century. Even now, as the century enters its final decade, no thinker is more significant in terms of intellectual impact and controversy. There are many who deeply resent his works, who detest his personal association with Nazism in 1933, who defy his most fundamental principles. But even among these, his most ardent enemies, he is recognized as the singular dominating force with which to be reckoned. Among his countless admirers he is considered the greatest European philosopher since Immanuel Kant. Interest in this Freiburg philosopher is in no way waning; indeed the future seems to promise ever expanding respect, and in some cases even reverence, for his vast accomplishments. Although Heidegger has written voluminously since 1927, there remains little doubt that Being and Time will continue to be recognized as his major work, and shall be for many decades to come.

1Being and Time, trans. John Mcquarrie and Edward Robinson (New York: Harper & Row, 1962). http://www.tiwaz.com/blog_xoting/rr22-ingwaz/heidegger/gelvens-commentary-on-heideggers-being-and-time-annotated/

 

Open-To-Be

Othala-Tiwaz-Berkano

Aletheia

(Ancient Greek: ἀλήθεια)
Main article: Aletheia

Heidegger’s idea of aletheia, or disclosure (Erschlossenheit), was an attempt to make sense of how things in the world appear to human beings as part of an opening in intelligibility, as “unclosedness” or “unconcealedness”. It is closely related to the notion of world disclosure, the way in which things get their sense as part of a holistically structured, pre-interpreted background of meaning. Initially, Heidegger wanted aletheia to stand for a re-interpreted definition of truth. However, he later corrected the association of aletheia with truth. See main article on aletheia for more information.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heideggerian_terminology

 

http://www.ontology.co/heidegger-aletheia.htm

 

ETERNAL RETURN

In Bk 3 part Two of ‘Nietzsche’ Heidegger says:

“Reckoned chronologically, Nietzsche pursued the thought of the eternal return of the same before he conceived of the will to power, even though intimations of the latter may be found every bit as early…Nietzsche himself was never able to explicitly think through its [eternal return of the same] with will to power as such, nor elevate it into a metaphysical conception. The reason for this is not that the thought remained in any way obscure to him, but that like all meta physicians prior to him, Nietzsche was unable to find his way back to the fundamental traits of the guiding metaphysical projection. For the general traits of the metaphysical projection of beings upon being ness, and thereby the representation of beings as such in the domain of presence and permanence, can be known only when we come to experience that projection as historically cast.” (p. 164)

‘Recurrence’ understood as a principle in a metaphysics of becoming is the permanentizing of what becomes: it is the point where becoming of what becomes (eg., an entity) is secured in the duration of its becoming.

The ‘eternal’ is the point where the permanentizing of such constancy in the direction of its circling back into itself and forward toward itself. What becomes is the same itself.

That’s the metaphysics.

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HEIDEGGERIAN

Heidegger’s fame and reputation have developed to such an extent that he is now recognized as the single most important thinker in the twentieth century. The labels of twenty years ago have, thankfully, fallen away, and Heidegger is seen as a figure of such stature that there is no adequate label to designate him except his own name. The far-reaching impact of his thought promises to extend well into the future.

— GELVEN ‘s “Commentary on Heidegger’s Being and Time” (pp Xi) http://www.amazon.com/A-Commentary-Heideggers-Being-Time/dp/0875805442/

 

Hermeneutics http://www.visual-memory.co.uk/b_resources/b_and_t_glossary.html

Hermeneutics = the science of interpretation

Heidegger asserts that a phenomena can be grasped in and for themselves in immediate perception. The function of language (logos) is to reveal what phenomena show. However language has a different Being from the phenomena it describes, so the danger is that language will only a ‘appear’ to tell us what the phenomena is. In other words, the inherent danger of describing phenomena in language is that the Being of language (because it is different from the Being of phenomena) can effectively a cover up the being of phenomena.

Therefore, in order to sort out the covering up of language from the truth of language, we need a method of interrogating language which is both systematic and reflexive enough to hopefully alert us to any potential covering ups. This method is what Heidegger calls, “hermeneutics,” or the business of interpretation. As Heidegger asserts – our investigation will show that the meaning of phenomenological description, as a method, lies in interpretation. It is therefore through hermeneutics, as a systematising approach to interpreting, that the authentic meaning of Being can be articulated. Language, in the form of words (logos), when it represents the phenomenology of Dasein, always has the character of hermeneutics. [ref. ¶7, page 61 – 62] There are three points about this to bear in mind.

  • The phenomenology of Dasein is a hermeneutic in the a primordial signification of the word. That is, in the sense that hermeneutics can be defined simply and most primordially as the business of interpreting (although see point 3 for more clarification).
  • Because of the priority of Dasein over other entities for working out the question of Being, it follows that, through the hermeneutics of Dasein, the horizon for any further a ontological study will be revealed.
  • The ontical condition for the possibility of historiology contains the roots of what can be called ‘hermeneutic’ only in its vaguest sense. When we think about this in the context of the derivative sense of the methodology of those human sciences which are historiological in character, it becomes clear that unless we can articulate a hermeneutic of Dasein’s historicity in an ontological way, it is not a true hermaneutic. This reiterates the point that Hermeneutics when applied to Dasein does not mean interpretation, in the sense that the two terms are precisely synonymous, but rather that Hermeneutics should be consideres as a “science of interpretation” in that it systematises the interpretation using a conscious method. [ref. ¶7, page 61 – 62]

 

NOTHING

This inquiry into Nothing presupposes a thinking capable of grasping “Being in its own truth and truth as “aletheia” and of reestablishing the relation between man and Being. This is what Heidegger calls substantial thinking (das wesentliche Denken). (14) Thus, inquiry into Nothing leads thinking beyond metaphysics and by attempting to reestablish the relation between man and Being is expected to change “the essence of man”. (15) http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Cont/ContIyi.htm

 

THINGS

Entities http://www.visual-memory.co.uk/b_resources/b_and_t_glossary.html

The term entities is used strategically throughout Being and Time, so that Heidegger can avoid talking about “things”. This is because the term “things” already presupposes an understanding of their existence, which Heidegger thinks is false and seeks to contest. As he points out, we are on dangerous ground even by addressing entities as ‘Things’, for in doing so we have “tacitly anticipated their ontological character”. This was, in a nutshell, the mistake of Descartes and his forebears. Heidegger argues if you talk about the world in terms of things, the only “thing” you are ever going to uncover is the totally erroneous conception of the “Thinghood and Reality.” [ref. ¶ 15, page 95]

ToBe

In the Xotinx we translate “Sein” not as Being but “To-Be” or “ToBe”

Being http://www.visual-memory.co.uk/b_resources/b_and_t_glossary.html

Since the whole of Being and Time is an attempt to answer the question, “What is Being?”, it would be a little presumptions of me to attempt a summary here. However, there are three preliminary remarks that can be extracted from the ontological tradition in philosophy, that will help us initially to clarify the question:

1/ “Being is not a genus”.
It has been maintained that Being is the most universal of concepts, thus an understanding of Being is presupposed in our conceiving of anything as an entity. Being transcends any categorical distinction we care to make in our apprehension of the world. It does this by existing above and beyond any notion of a category that we can form in our understanding.

2/ Being is indefinable.
The term entity cannot be applied to Being because it cannot be defined using traditional logic, (i.e. a technique for understanding which derives its terms either from higher general concepts, or by recourse to ones of lower generality). In other words, because Being is neither a thing nor a genus it follows that it cannot be defined according to logic, whose job is to set out the rules that govern the categorisation of phenomena and concepts.

3/ Being is self-evident
Whenever one thinks about anything, or makes an assertion, or even asks a question; some use is made of Being. But the intelligibility of Being, in this sense, is only an average sort of intelligibility (common sense understanding). This average intelligibility is also indicative of its scholarly unintelligibility, i.e., the way that the question: “what is Being?”, is often ignored in philosophical investigations. [ref. ¶ 1, page 22 – 23]

Subsequently Heidegger elaborated a more considered conceptualising of Being into five characteristics:

1/ Dasein is a Being who understands that it exists, and what is more the Being of Dasein is, in part, shaped by that understanding.

2/ The above statement can be seen to serves as a working definition of the formal conception of existence,

3/ Dasein exists and moreover Dasein and existence are one. For example if Dasein is ‘the human Being’ and existence is ‘the world,’ then Dasein and the world are one. The consequence of this is that Dasein and existence cannot be separated – even analytically separated.

4/ Dasein is also an entity which I myself am. In other words each one of us (as human Beings) defines existence in terms of our own existence, a concept that Heidegger terms Mineness. Therefore the only way that Being can be understood is as My Being.’ This applies even when Being and Dasein are considered in general.

5/ Mineness belongs to any existent Dasein, in the sense that how I regard ‘my Being’, creates the conditions that make authenticity and inauthenticity possible. [ref. ¶ 12, page 78]

 

 

 

TIDE TO: Pre-reflexively without words focus on Object that appears to Ik.

 

Dur Passage below, strikes us, with why Zen Buddhists would be interested in Heidegger. Heidegger is articulating enen pre Verbal, pre Sign State. If this is, his main intent is debatable. For dom Xotinx, it gives a connection to Zen & Heideggerian Mysticism. When we in dom Xotinx transform into dem E-Hod we are in enem similar Realm that Buddhist call “Sunyata” Voidness.What is amazing with Heidegger is that as you work in understanding Heidegger it becomes ænen Kind des Meditation that transforms your Hod. It’s not simply more Intellect or Knowledge but Heidegger helps transform your Consciousness, in anen different Way that Meditation does but brings you to enem Similar E-Hod.

Heidegger is onen Grounding Philosophy for dom Xotinx, where “Grounding” is best understood by Nietzsche ‘s “abyss”:

He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. ” Beyond Good and Evil”, Aphorism 146 (1886).

FROM: The links between Husserl and Heidegger on semiotics and what this means for therapy

Ian R. Owen MA UKCP R

[NOTE: For English Xotinx substitute “There-being” (Dasein) with “That-To-Be”]

“Heidegger writes that any experience, object, emotion or event can be understood within its context. Because There-being has a world and is its world, all innerworldly beings, all that exists for There-being, is in that world – in a particular way. Because There-being has the ability to understand any person or event as a sign, as meaning something, within the context of the referentiality of all persons and some things. It is the principle of the relatedness of a specific object, taken-as-a-sign, with respect to the totality of those objects taken-as-signs, that meaning occurs for There-being. I will argue that this occurs primordially at a non-verbal form of human existence at the time of Being and Time. What Heidegger is trying to say, I feel, is that There-being understands, primordially and pre-reflexively without words and before the conscious intellect has turned fully to consider and describe in language, the object that appears to an I who dwells and focuses on it.” http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf

http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf

http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf

Perfect Creature is an action film about vampires and humans peacefully co-existing in an alternate-universe. http://youtu.be/C0mKCAWoMZ4

[[Excerpted & Annotated from]] “I have seen the future – and it’s goth http://m.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2006/mar/21/fashion1?cat=lifeandstyle&type=article

[[ ÆÆk am always ambivalent with Articles about “Goths”. This one is good because it puts “Goths” in ænen positive Light but on dæm other Hand, like most Articles on Goths, it creates onen weary Superficialness. Æk have minimized this through dæm Selection dæs Excerpts ænd Annotations. ]]

Dave Simpson
The Guardian, Tue 21 Mar 2006 15.13 GMT
… according to a new study, parents of goths will probably end up boasting about their son/daughter the doctor, lawyer or bank manager.
That is the surprising finding of Sussex University’s Dunja Brill, whose doctorate in media and cultural studies looked at people with funny hair and eyeliner in London, Brighton and Cologne, and who is herself a former goth.
… “Most goths are well educated, however. … The subculture encourages interest in classical education, especially the arts. I’d say goths are more likely to make careers in web design, computer programming … even journalism.

Visitors to the Archangel dental surgery in west London are confronted by a goth dentist, Didier Goalard, who says: “I’ve got goth friends who are doing quite well. There’s a dentist in Lyon, a couple of solicitors, a Church of England priest.”

“Goths tend to be the weirdo intellectual kids who have started to view the world differently.” [[ Have Goths really “starting to view the world differently” or our they seeing that Today’s “NORMAL” World is not Normal & that rooting themselves in dam Gothic European Culture allows them to live a more stable & fruitful Life? ]] Cathi Unsworth is now a successful author, but she remembers that her own dark gothic past gave her an outlet for alienation. “I loved the bands, especially Siouxsie and the Banshees, but it wasn’t a pose – I felt authentically depressed,” she says. Unsworth was a teenager in Great Yarmouth, where she felt that “people didn’t like me. It got to a point where I wanted to stop fighting against being different and embrace it.”
Gillian Porter is now a successful PR but remembers a misspent youth of “electric-blue hair extensions, big boots with great big skulls, more crimped hair than Pete Burns. Totally and utterly ridiculous.” Porter wasn’t depressed, although she concedes that, “Listening to a lot of Sisters of Mercy doesn’t exactly cheer you up.”

In the early 1980s, the gothic movement thrived with bands like the Sisters of Mercy at the forefront.

[[ When we want to break away from anem past Stage in our Spiritual Unfoldment, like from our dependent-on our-parents-World, we become authentically alienated & go through anem Kind dus Death. Celebrating this Death & Resurrection is essential in realizing onem deeper Grounding in Life.

http://shamansun.wordpress.com/2010/04/09/the-human-journey-evolution-through-the-lens-of-myth/

FROM: http://shamansun.wordpress.com/2010/04/09/the-human-journey-evolution-through-the-lens-of-myth/

In dum Past, People where more in Touch with these Stages dos Life & did not see them as “Pathological” that needed to be cured by State Psychiatrists & Big Pharma Drug Pushers. In dum Past if you needed guidance you went to one of your BLOOD Relatives, maybe a Shaman Uncle or to your Mid-Wife Grandmother. They would give you insight, spiritual Disciplines, prepare or recomend some HERB for you to use. If it was beyond their CRAFT they would send you to your Tribal Runik Wizard.


On unem Halloween Full Moon, dor Wizard would cast onem God-Spell, Xot-Spell on you ond out dos European Mists dos ETERNAL RETURNS conjured by MIST-IKS like Nietzsche ond Heidegger you would be, on unem nother Halloween Full Moon, Two Thousand Years later, resurrected as a Modern Goth dancing to “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”.

Dur “Sol niger” as dor Black Sun begins don Alchemical Xoting unfolding towards don Philosopher

In dom Cauldron dos Jungian Alchemy, you would unconsciously resurrect Elder Traditions in reconstituted Forms. Dracula becomes your Primal Ancestor, anen God-Goth-Got-Xot that is tied to you by Blood. Wizards of Elder Worth are weirded as Vampire Saints with God-like, Goth-like, Xot-like Powers. Vintage Black splashed with Blood Red becomes your new Tribal Dress Code. Modern Drugs becomes your new Sacrament & Sex Rituals become your new Tantra dos Spiritual Rapture. Night Clubs become your new Cathedrals & Dancing becomes onen Spiritual Discipline that heals your Wounds form dam “Normal” World of Light & transcends them into Immortal Bliss dos VISIBLE DARKNESS.]]

Unsworth favoured a “black polo neck jumper and full-length skirt, for which she would be “spat on by the beer boys”.
It could be tough, but being a goth can open up a world where art, current affairs and literature are embraced and openly discussed, perhaps paving the way for future networking. Unsworth remembers debates about “current affairs, Oscar Wilde, decadence, hairspray …” “There was a lot of Edgar Allan Poe and Bram Stoker,” remembers Porter. “It was better than the Sun.” For Hosein, it was Quentin Crisp and “The Day of the Triffids. Anything involving horror and death.”

Bootleg : The Sisters Of Mercy - Live at Leeds Metropolitan University, 16 February 2011 (CD & Covers)

 

Some took the whole thing very far. Hosein once lived in Headingley, Leeds; he remembers that students would enrol at Leeds university specifically because the town housed gothic kingpins (and his neighbours) the Sisters of Mercy. One night, Hosein saw a fog descending over the area and commented that lead singer Andrew Eldritch was around – then looked up to see him entering his doorway.

Indeed, there is a certain dry humour about goth that is often overlooked amid tales of black-clad youths worshipping Satan and, in one case, carrying out the Columbine massacre. “That wasn’t goths,” insists Brill. “The guys who did it always wore black trench coats but they listened to Marilyn Manson. There’s an academic article: Why Marilyn Manson Isn’t Goth.” Brill insists that goth is a non-violent subculture. “They’re like hippies. I don’t know any goths who are into graveyard destruction or cat slaughtering. They like their graveyards and they love their cats.” [[ It is always fascinating to talk to experienced Doormen & “Bouncers”. They always have dan same Story das how Goth Clubs are dun least Violent. This does not fit in with Big Brother’s Agenda so Big Brother selects, amplifies or simply Manufactures Stories that Goths are morbidly Violent & People are justified into attacking & marginalizing them ]]
Nor do drugs seem to be much of a problem. “Speed is a goth drug because the ideal is to be skinny,” says Unsworth. “But for most of us it was Blue Nun wine because Wayne Hussey from the Mission drank it.”
So perhaps parents shouldn’t be too worried that a new generation of goths is cropping up again. There’s a goth couple on Coronation Street. Hosein’s bands include Black Wire, who wear black eyeliner, winklepickers and sound a lot like the Sisters of Mercy, although they had never heard them until they started rifling through his record collection. For some goths – who run T-shirt businesses or enterprises such as Whitby’s biannual Gothic festival – goth can become a livelihood as well as a way of life. But most simply drop back into the mainstream. [[ Most Goths don’t simply drop back into the Mainstream. Dar Mainstream Media is hostile to Real Goths. Everyday Big Brother & Big Sister carpet Bomb our Subconscious with subliminal messages saying that being oner Real Goth is Bad, being aner superficial Consumer consuming Goth is good. Goths that drop back into dam Mainstream MATRIX are casualties.]]
Louise (she prefers not to give her surname) works in credit risk in Leeds. Aged 34, she got into goth music 17 years ago and now has tickets for the upcoming Sisters of Mercy tour. She reckons about “four or five people” at her workplace are former goths. “There’s a kind of gaydar that lets you spot them.” Goalard the dentist is now 39 but refuses to wear the white smock, preferring to top his boots with a black uniform. Faithful to the last, he plays Nine Inch Nails and Killing Joke songs as he drills.
“It never entirely leaves you,” says Unsworth. “I still look at the world of beer boys and Tories and feel a beating heart of darkness.”

[[ Being uner Goth is not anen Fashion Statement or anen rebellious Life Style or some Intellectual Superiority. It is onen calling back to your Ancestral Roots. Goths that are rooted in their Ancestral Roots can see onen Future because they witness their Eternal Returns. ]]

 

Prevalent Resistance – The Eternal Return

Can you gaze through the drapes of time
As I do with my blazing, lidless eye
That pierces illusionary material obstacles
Gleaming out of sight, streaming absent of light

Have you seen the twilight burn
Closing in on the demiurgical chambers
Falming with black abyssal truth
Purifying and cleansing the fading embers

Through exalted past of spiritual puissance
Powers of will shall be regained
Atavism reaching for astral quintessence
Divinity running through profane veins

Thruogh aeons of magic the lost shall learn
And against time a curse they will send
Blazing through the eternal return
A silent song for thsoe who seek without end

Oh, so it flickers, impossible for you to witness
A sight more horrifing than life
Yet comforting in tis imminent emptiness
All hope forgotten as nothingness in the night

There along with forgotten idols shreds of humanity wither in the flames
Of a new, profound age of war and chaos. Kali dancing for mankind’s bane

To the prime accuser without flaw
To the ageless entity resounds our sermon
We are the race that preys onf life of law
Knowledge from your evil glory, Amon!

An unconscious, sleeping microcosm
Never for the sins of man may be atoned
Lost drops in the ocean of creation
Dreaming in a hollow tone, as one singing to the naiad’s drone

Heidegger's Nietzsche ISBN-0060638419

“For many, abstract thinking is toil; for me, on good days, it is feast and frenzy” (XIV, 24).  Nietzsche  [[rr01æhh]] (see Heidegger’s Nietzsche)

Confrontation is genuine criticism. It is the supreme way, the only way, to a true estimation of a thinker. In confrontation we undertake to reflect on his thinking and to trace it in its effective force, not in its weakness. To what purpose? In order that through the confrontation we ourselves may become free for the supreme exertion of thinking.  –Nietzsche p.4; rr10æhh (see Heidegger’s Nietzsche ISBN-0060638419)

Heidegger's Nietzsche ISBN-0060638419

(Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Nietzsche-Volumes-One-Two-Vols/dp/0060638419)

NOTE:

“z” = “-”

“z 5” means – page 5

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[[I never really liked Nietzsche because I became acquainted with him from Fans of Nietzsche who kept Quoting Phrases to me that seemed at best Suspect n at worst Corny. It is only when I started reading Heidegger’s Nietzsche that I began to appreciate Nietzsche’s true Greatness]]

z 4 “Confrontation” is genuine criticism. It is the supreme way, the only way, to a true estimation of a thinker. In confrontation we undertake to reflect on his thinking and to trace it in its effective force, not in its weakness. To what purpose? In order that through the confrontation we ourselves may become free for the supreme exertion of thinking.  [[rr10æhh]]

z 5 … At the outset, we ought to introduce some words of Nietzsche’s that stem from the time of his work on “will to power“! “For many, abstract thinking is toil; for me, on good days, it is feast and frenzy” (XIV, 24). [[rr01æhh. Philosophy like Mystical Texts have for me less to do with “Words” & more to do with d State of Consciousness that they put me in. For Example in Music is it d Words or Music that enraptures us or is it d State of Consciousness that they evoke in us?]]
Abstract thinking a feast? The highest form of human existence? Indeed. But at the same time we must observe how Nietzsche views the essence of the feast, in such a way that he can think of it only on the basis of his fundamental conception of all being, will to power. “The feast implies: pride, exuberance, frivolity; mockery of all earnestness and respectability; a divine affirmation of oneself, out of animal plenitude and perfection–all obvious states to which the Christian may not honestly say Yes. The feast is paganism par excellence” (WM, 916). For that reason, we might add, the feast of thinking never takes place in Christianity. That is to say, there is no Christian philosophy. There is no true philosophy that could be determined anywhere else than from within itself. For the same reason there is no pagan philosophy, inasmuch as anything “pagan” is always still something Christian —the counter-Christian, The Greek poets and thinkers can hardly be designated as “pagan.”

z “will to power” 25  rr16ohu
z “eternal recurrence of the same” 25 rr12ohh