—“Hey Curt, I’ve got a question for you. I was wondering what your thoughts are on the abrahamic concepts of “sin” and “evil”. What are sin and evil to the Aryan, and how is it relevant to natural law?”— A Friend

Um. Well, sin is nonsense right? The accumulation of knowledge of your possibility of exposure and punishment is not nonsense, because it is inevitably written on our face and in your body language and in how people treat you. So the only equivalent would be your Character (virtues).

As to evil, the ancient meaning remains correct: Transgression (aggression against, imposition against)

—“The modern English word evil (Old English yfel) and its cognates such as the German Übel and Dutch euvel are widely considered to come from a Proto-Germanic reconstructed form of *ubilaz, comparable to the Hittite huwapp- ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European form *wap- and suffixed zero-grade form *up-elo-. Other later Germanic forms include Middle English evel, ifel, ufel, Old Frisian evel (adjective and noun), Old Saxon ubil, Old High German ubil, and Gothic ubils. The root meaning of the word is of obscure origin though shown[7] to be akin to modern German Das Übel (although evil is normally translated as Das Böse) with the basic idea of transgressing.[8]”—

I distinguish the following:

|Moral| good > amoral > exchange > criminal > unethical > immoral > evil

Where Evil refers to intending harm without even profiting from it.