The would-be initiate must bring with him a certain measure of courage and fearlessness. He must positively go out of his way to find opportunities for developing these virtues. His training should provide for their systematic cultivation. In this respect, life itself is a good school — possibly the best … Continue reading
I had a different topic in mind, but I decided to address this thoughtful comment first: I think the issue some take with Christianity lies in the third of your criteria. The Christian religion seems to have been the fountainhead of a large number of subversive movements – though even … Continue reading
So did Guenon “convert”? In the article “Conversions”, included in the collection “Initiation and Spiritual Realization”, he explains that the word can be taken in two totally different senses. The first is an “intellectual metamorphosis”, an “interior transformation”, metanoia, or “change of nous” that indicates the “conscious passage of the … Continue reading
Tradition, in the Guenonian sense, has nothing to do with the past in itself. Just because it happened yesterday does not make it therefore traditional. And it is not a reaction against modernity, nor a nostalgia for the past. Its expression today may appear that way, but that is because … Continue reading
Nietzsche has done as much as anyone in undermining the Traditional spiritual roots of Western man in his division of religion into life-denying as exemplified in Christianity and life-affirming as exemplified in Paganism. The destruction of Christianity has not led to a life-affirming paganism, but rather to a paganism that … Continue reading
Here’s a short clip about a cadre of Evolians who have infiltrated the Catholic Church in order to take over the UK through the BNP. You got that straight? cuz you won’t see it on Glenn Beck! Clear here for The Political Soldier or here for A4 format.
From the Laws of Manu unexpurgated translation, for what’s its worth Chapter 4. The rules for a householder 61. He must not live in a country governed by Sudras, nor in one inhabited by impious men, nor in one conquered by heretics, nor in one abounding with men of lower … Continue reading