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  • What a lovely Latias! Can I have a source(artists name) for your Pokemon avatar? If it's from the show what episode?
    Morphile
    Morphile
    It's originally from Pixiv, apparently. Found it on E621, where the listed artist is Ravinosuke1. I'll warn you that E621 is a porn site, and thus unlinkable here.
    Morphile you have to stop getting baited by Rodyle. A troll is a troll.
    Mark Poe
    Mark Poe
    But who can resist a master baiter?
    Yesman
    Yesman
    It’s no nut November scrub
    EiC
    EiC
    What have Isaac Newton, Nicolai Tesla, George Handel and Adolf Hitler all got in common? They all suppressed their sexual urges and directed their life-creating energy towards achieving their goals.

    Common sense tells you that if a force is so powerful that it can create a new life, keeping it within you is going to have positive creative effects and losing it is going to drain them from you.

    Thus it is that we should each consider now the power of continence, as we stand in the midst of our people’s greatest struggle.

    Continence in Aryan Religion and History

    Our ancestors knew of the power of continence millennia ago, and it must have formed an essential part of the prototypical Aryan belief system that later organized religions like Hinduism and Christianity evolved from, as well as our less well documented Pagan faiths, as it is common amongst all of them.

    In Hinduism, the male celibate is called ‘Brahmacharya,’ and their teachings explain how the fluid of creation is sublimated into the ‘Ojas Shakti’ creative power, giving the ascetic spiritual insights and enhanced understanding, as well as general improvements to his life experience. The Brahmacharya stage lasted from before puberty until a man was about 25, teaching him to resist temptation while he was at the most lustful stage of his life, as well as giving him the inspirational stamina to resist once again, after he had become a father. Some took the vow for life, much like certain orders of priests and nuns still do today In Christianity. This does not merely have its origins in Church traditions, but actually has it’s roots in the Christian scriptures themselves.

    Throughout the Bible, there are references to ‘eunuchs’ and this term was not just used for gelded men, but for those who had taken the vow of chastity as well. Isaiah ch 56 v 2 – 5 confirms that these eunuchs are not ‘dry trees’ and that they have a better standing than the other sons and daughters of God. Saint John the Beloved appears to be a later confirmation of this statement, as he was said to have been continent all his life and thus Jesus loved him more than all the others. Matthew ch 19 v 12 talks of those who have made themselves eunuchs for God, as opposed to being made eunuchs by man, or in the womb. This is obviously not talking about testicular mutilation but about those who have taken vows of continence, like the Hindu Bramacharya.
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