brahmin (n.) Look up brahmin at Dictionary.com“member of Boston’s upper class,” 1823, figurative use of Brahman “member of the highest priestly Hindu caste,” late 15c., from Sanskrit brahmana-s, from brahman- “prayer,” also “the universal soul, the Absolute,” which is of uncertain origin. Related to Brahma.

Brahmin is a varna (caste) in Vedic derived culture specialising as priests, teachers (acharya) and protectors of sacred learning across generations.

Brahmins were traditionally responsible for religious rituals in temples, as intermediaries between temple deities and devotees, as well as rite of passage rituals such as solemnising a wedding with hymns and prayers.[3][4]However, Indian texts suggest that Brahmins were often agriculturalists and warriors in ancient and medieval India.

in-spired to act by X.

incidentally, the incident is, that ‘brah’ is a popular term nowadays, signalling spiritual brotherhood. actually, in popular culture. spiritual? yes, in that the ‘brahs’ recognize themselves as not necessarily brothers-by-blood but by what moves them: common interests. Traditionally ‘spirit’ refers to what moves you, or simply a discernible movement opposed to another.

so if someone says “Black Metal is a spirit” he´s really just saying “Black Metal is a movement”. (and by that he´s saying that it´s people doing things. i.e. a culture.) or, “In the spirit of Black Metal”, refers to what makes the entity what it is opposed to something different “Technical Death Metal.”

right, but we´re not gonna start calling us Brahs, are we? brah.

in the spirit of what Brahmin traditionally means  ☀️

brahmin refers to one who´s concerned with the

spirit of things, especially. he´s sort of the

intelligence agent of the NRX. obviously

the intellectual. the man of letters.

of incantations. of character-s.

of psychology. of the subtle.

of dialectic. the James, J.

Angleton. but Bene-

volent. we prefer

benevolent. b-







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