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My idea is that beauty is always a sign of the warrior aristocracy of antiquity. Even a dirty, smelly dog like you can recognize the beauty of a face, it didn't come out of nowhere.

Being a warrior has nothing to do with external beauty. It is an internal thing.

And you have been shown several picture of Geronimo. Do a little research on him. Learn something beyond the most trivial aspects.
 
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Being a warrior has nothing to do with external beauty. It is an internal thing.
Being a warrior is more than just being a man with a gun. In the collective unconscious, warriors are gods, these are souls filled with sky and fire. A warrior is a mystical category, therefore romance is a knightly art, and vulgar gaiety has always accompanied slaves.
 
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A warrior has an extra-material existence. A warrior is an idea embodied in an image. Romantic girls dream of a horseman whose hair flutters in the wind, and not of a stupid Prussian martinet. no one tells her this image, he lives in her from the very beginning, from birth.
 
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Learn something beyond the most trivial aspects.
I doubt that reliable sources are easy to find. I can't seem to find anything about Apaches at all. It is known that they fought not only with the Europeans, but in general with the whole of America, including the other natives. Their history is similar to the history of the Aryans in Eurasia. They could have been defeated more by deceit than by numbers. They beat everyone, in any number. They were war geniuses.

The fact that their self-name Inde is little known, and in the vedic language Indra means the winner.
This is not a coincidence either.

There is not even available data on their languages, although these languages are still alive.
 

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And this is also one of the reasons for their complete mediocrity in romantic art. In all leftist times, art could be as complex and sophisticated as you like, but never romantic and beautiful. They have a label on them. Leftists themselves tend to be disproportionate freaks. Deformity of appearance and movement. Like a barking Mick Jaeger. Thom Yorke probably sings about it, he kind of wants to fly but he can only creep in the mud, right? But at least he has an idea of what it is possible to fly. Others hate beauty and are afraid of it like the freak Nick Cave: "all beauty must die"
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Hers's a Choctaw Jingle Dancer ...
And if you don't think that is romantic, and beautiful art ... Go fuck yourself ...
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According to the Aryan legends, Indra killed the serpent, that is, he killed the left world. According to the legends, he overcame all the tricks of the cunning, freed cows and water, the mother of darkness and chaos and her son the serpent lay defeated by his cudgel of Thunder. He came out of his mother's womb with a sword in his hand.

If Indra wakes up, whatever that means, the mother of darkness will be finished again. Therefore, they do not want people to know about it - they are afraid. If they were not afraid, they would not cover their tracks with vile forgeries.

In this there is a spirit that is able to crush Chaos and defeat Evil.

But legends never die.
 
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The real name of the Apaches is Inde. That is literally the Indians. Indians. They were called Apaches by their enemies, and no one really knows what that means. The name Dene/Dine is also a fake, they changed the letters on purpose.

Among other things, this testifies to the forgery in the tale of Columbus.
 
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There is no doubt that the word "Indians" referred only to the peoples of Na-Dene, and there is no doubt that America is really India.
 

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The real name of the Apaches is Inde. That is literally the Indians. Indians. They were called Apaches by their enemies, and no one really knows what that means. The name Dene/Dine is also a fake, they changed the letters on purpose.

Among other things, this testifies to the forgery in the tale of Columbus.
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Apache comes from the Yavapai word "epache" which means "people" ...
And the Zuni (Navajo) word "apachu" which means "enemy", and is plural for the Navajo word "pacu".

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This is precisely where this striking similarity between Americans and part of the Indian population comes from.
 
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Apache comes from the Yavapai word "epache" which means "people" ...
And the Zuni (Navajo) word "apachu" which means "enemy", and is plural for the Navajo word "pacu".

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Maybe, and this is just logical. It is also logical that they hid their self-name, naming only an exoethnonym.
 

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Maybe, and this is just logical. It is also logical that they hid their self-name, naming only an exoethnonym.
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There isn't a "maybe" to it ... And you can stop pretending and making shit up ... :auiqs.jpg:

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Apache comes from the Yavapai word "epache" which means "people" ...
And the Zuni (Navajo) word "apachu" which means "enemy", and is plural for the Navajo word "pacu".

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A parallel with Pakistan arises here. There is some kind of connection with the "packs", and apparently with the Aryan enimies Pishachs. The Navajo are roughly the same tribe as the Apaches. There's another forgery.
 
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There was also some kind of tribe consonant with "Shiva", apparently this is the Sioux. And just they had rituals of self-torture, similar to those practiced by some peoples in India. The Sioux just occupied the place of the Apaches in modern times on the great plains. Probably these photos, which are passed off as photos of Apaches, are just the Sioux.
 

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There was also some kind of tribe consonant with "Shiva", apparently this is the Sioux. And just they had rituals of self-torture, similar to those practiced by some peoples in India. The Sioux just occupied the place of the Apaches in modern times on the great plains. Probably these photos, which are passed off as photos of Apaches, are just the Sioux.
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Why are you even trying ... :dunno:
You are just making comparisons that serve no purpose whatsoever other than to try and recover from your obvious lack of knowledge.

Because someone in Greenland once took a breath and someone in New Zealand did the same thing ...
Doesn't mean they are related in any manner other than the fact they did the same thing.

Why are so obsessed with what essentially amounts to nothing more than a segregation of people for some useless reason?

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Being a warrior is more than just being a man with a gun. In the collective unconscious, warriors are gods, these are souls filled with sky and fire. A warrior is a mystical category, therefore romance is a knightly art, and vulgar gaiety has always accompanied slaves.

A warrior is not a god. A warrior is an ordinary man who steps up when he is needed to defend his people, his land, and his cause. When the need for battle is finished, he goes back to being an ordinary man. He is fierce when he needs to be. And gentle when fierceness is not needed.
 

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According to the Aryan legends, Indra killed the serpent, that is, he killed the left world. According to the legends, he overcame all the tricks of the cunning, freed cows and water, the mother of darkness and chaos and her son the serpent lay defeated by his cudgel of Thunder. He came out of his mother's womb with a sword in his hand.

If Indra wakes up, whatever that means, the mother of darkness will be finished again. Therefore, they do not want people to know about it - they are afraid. If they were not afraid, they would not cover their tracks with vile forgeries.

In this there is a spirit that is able to crush Chaos and defeat Evil.

But legends never die.

Old mythology. Stories told around the fire to keep people worshipping and in line.
 

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There was also some kind of tribe consonant with "Shiva", apparently this is the Sioux. And just they had rituals of self-torture, similar to those practiced by some peoples in India. The Sioux just occupied the place of the Apaches in modern times on the great plains. Probably these photos, which are passed off as photos of Apaches, are just the Sioux.

Probably the picture you have been shown are pictures of actual Apaches, not Sioux.

Many primitive tribes practiced self-torture to show they were ready to be men. It is common throughout history.

And no, there is no connection between Shiva and the Sioux. In Judaism there is a practice known as "sitting shiva' to grieve the death of a loved one. Does that connect Jews to the people living in India?
 
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Why are you even trying ... :dunno:
You are just making comparisons that serve no purpose whatsoever other than to try and recover from your obvious lack of knowledge.

Because someone in Greenland once took a breath and someone in New Zealand did the same thing ...
Doesn't mean they are related in any manner other than the fact they did the same thing.

Why are so obsessed with what essentially amounts to nothing more than a segregation of people for some useless reason?

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These are 2 very reliable matches. Nowhere else is such extreme self-torture known.

Is it known anything about the phallic cults of the Sioux, by the way?
 

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