Friedrich Nietzsche has had an enormous influence on the arts, politics, and even the occult realm. Moreover, this influence has not waned in the contemporary era. Despite this, Nietzsche remains widely misunderstood, primarily when he discusses religion and politics. Nietzsche: The Antichrist & the Antipolitical highlights the finer points of Nietzsche’s opinions on religion, culture, […]
Nietzsche: The Physician of Culture Do not be afraid of the stream of things: this stream turns back on itself: it runs away from itself not only twice. Every ‘it was’ becomes again an ‘it is.’ The past bites everything future in the tail. – Friedrich Nietzsche. During March 1873, Friedrich Nietzsche wrote a letter […] […]
Video presentation for Congress in Athens, June 25-26, honouring Emperor Julian and Plethon Gemistos. Theme: Emperor Julian, George Gemistos Plethon: The Rising of Traditions in the Era of Modernity.
Primordial Traditions (Second Edition) Winner of the 2009 Ashton Wylie Award for Literary Excellence. Primordial Traditions was the winner of the 2009 Ashton Wylie Award for Literary Excellence. This new second edition of the original award winning collection features a selection of essays by Gwendolyn Taunton and other talented authors from the original periodical Primordial […]
Primordial Traditions was the winner of the 2009 Ashton Wylie Award for Literary Excellence. This new second edition of the original award winning collection features a selection of essays by Gwendolyn Taunton and other talented authors from the original periodical Primordial Traditions (2006-2010). http://www.amazon.com/Primordial-Traditions-Volume-Gwendolyn-Taunton/dp/0987559842/ref=pd_rhf_ee_p_tnr_1
Primordial Traditions has a long publishing history, and after four years in hiatus Primordial Traditions is back. Beginning in 2005, Primordial Traditions began as a hobby created on a budget of precisely $29.95. In this period Primordial Traditions was published quarterly, in a free PDF format. Almost all of the content was written by the […]
My views on Tantra and the Kali Yuga are briefly cited in the following article by David Metcalfe: http://realitysandwich.com/215418/who-mourns-the-coming-of-the-kali-yuga/?u=57970
“The reactionary does not extol what the next dawn must bring, nor is he terrified by the last shadows of the night. His dwelling rises up in that luminous space where the essential accosts him with its immortal presence. The reactionary escapes the slavery of history because he pursues in the human wilderness the trace […]