The truth of awe, even terror: of status, greatness, freedom, grace, dignity. This most maligned, twisted, projected truth. The most dangerous truth. The truth of the master. The truth that requires the greatest ignorance, for sure: ignorance of the sickness and pain of others and of the ultimate meaninglessness and rot. Certainly majesty is a feature of art qua love. Majesty awakens and inspires. Jealousy, competition, failure. We should recognize the truth of majesty for what it is: one of four types of truth that require constant negotiation and coordination. How does Majestic Truth function? It requires maintenance, practice, excellence - we could call it Aristotelian. Fervent truth is always a sort of assassination. Cathartic truth is objectified, with no thought of the subject to whom it is true. Ascetic truth is humble and aware. Majestic truth simply glows, influences, communicates, crushes opposition, unfolds - and ultimately comes to a tragic end.
Nietzsche's genealogy of morals - obviously majesty was the original form of the good: good qua beautiful and strong. After a series of dialectical-differential reversals we arrive again at a post-Christian opportunity for a new majesty: majesty-in-and-for-itself. But doesn't this simply culminate in the 48 Laws of Power, Think and Grow Rich, Donald Trump? There have been lots of attempts to gentrify the idea of the uebermensch or give it a more subtle esoteric sense - and Nietzsche does not always describe it in the same way, to be sure. For example, one aspect of it is the affirmation of the destruction of humanity or its reinscription in terms of nature. But at the end of the day, Majesty needs to be differentiated from and then reined in by three other forms of truth: Ascesis, Catharsis, and Fervor