I’d like to see a modern version of Das Judentum in der Musik by him lol.. so what is achieved by this consecration of stage? One might be the motivation given to the audience by a strong performance to go on the heros journey? Im very near the end without starting the journey
How did Wagner describe ParsifalConsecration of the Stage... there's been much talk of the Holy Grail, Wagners Parsifal/Lucifer in Serranos books..
>consecracioun, "the act of separating from a common to a sacred use, ritual dedication to God
remembering what you've said about ''occult'' origins acting/theatre before, with this being similar.. a ritual and/or channeling of some sorts then? making the stage ''holy''?
Who is parzival, what makes him unique
akin to the fool card of tarot, which I think you said was the most powerful card, a pure being, maybe me and you.. ''theres only one of us here''
In Wagner’s Parsifal we see the context and resolution of our Aryan dilemma. Judaic hypocrisy confronts Aryan innocence in the form of the world-weariness of King Amfortas struck down by the poisoned blade of the envious judaic sorceror Klingsor. Such is our time and world. Our folk of men and animals are struck down by the judaic lies and poisons of that Zionist Chosen People, the Wandering Khazar Jews. Aryans must follow the Stoic Way and be alone with the Alone.
“It has been said that the man who loves God needs seven incarnations in order to enter Nirvana and liberate himself, and that the man who hates him needs only three. It is without God but his own 'fury' that Parsifal achieved the Grail and his individuation, his Self, his totality. This is the difference between the Liquid Road and the Dry Road. We do not know whether, as well as his 'fury', his Phobos, his fear of the Mother, Parsifal carried with him a 'memory of a beloved', as he was supposed to have advised his friend Gawaine to do. Parsifal, with his 'fury', or his hatred, was resisting a participation mystique. Samadhi, fusion with Adhi, the Primordial Being, doesn't await him at the end of his road. Because this would be the way of sainthood. What awaits him is Kaivalya, total separation, supreme Individuation, Absolute Personality, the ultimate solitude of the Superman. This is the way of the magician, the Siddha, the tantric hero of the Grail. The cosmic isolation of the risen Purusha.”
― Miguel Serrano, Nos, Book of the Resurrection