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Welf Herfurth - A Life in the Political Wilderness

Welf Herfurth was born in 1962 in Goslar, Germany, when he was 14 he moved with his parents to Iran for several years were he lived through the Islamic revolution. After returning to Germany, he joined the youth wing of the NPD and became a member of the National Executive. As an activist and a skilled organiser he built one of the largest JN groups in his area and served in several school and technical collages representation committees. He was one of the few JN and NPD members in Germany that hold such positions.

In 1987 he settled in Sydney/Australia where he married and had two children, he joined the Australian Democrats, a libertarian political party and was member of the NSW state executive for a short while until leaving the party due to political differences and joining One Nation, a raising political force in Australia at the time, and again became a member of the NSW state executive and a close associate of senator David Oldfield.

Welf Herfurth has given up party politics and is a founder, organiser and chairman of the Sydney Forum, one of the longest ongoing political forums in Australia. He is also active in several community volunteer organisations. He has addressed numerous political groups in Australia, USA and Europe, spreading the ideology of National-Anarchism, Anti-Globalisation and the right of people to self-determination and preserving their culture. His writings appeared in many publications worldwide and he is a much sort after speaker, this is the very first time all his essays are collected into a single volume.

“Welf is a voice in the wilderness; a teacher for our times; a maker and a shaper, a bastion of sanity in an increasingly dangerous and unpredictable world” – Troy Southgate, in Introdution

“Following the steps of great European thinkers, such as Julius Evola and Oswald Spengler (and a recently deceased postmodernist, Jean Baudrillard), Herfurth analyzes the contagious power of political simulacra in our postmodern media-conditioned society.” – Tomislav Sunic, in Preface

National-Anarchism: A Reader

EVERY significant force in modern politics requires an essential text as a means of presenting the world with its own unique ideological vision. NATIONAL-ANARCHISM: A READER is perhaps no different, in that it represents a fresh attempt to …both educate and inspire a new generation of disaffected young radicals. This book, brimming with original ideas and practical remedies, is the ‘bible’ of a new and dynamic phenomenon that seeks to transcend the superfluous and obsolete ideologies of ‘left’, ‘right’ and ‘centre’. In a time when the West is beginning to crumble beneath the weight of its own hypocrisy, an undertaking of this magnitude has become more important than ever before. The contents examine a wide range of issues, including Politics, Economics, Race, History, Philosophy, Community, Education, Zionism, Defence, Revolution, Semantics, the Environment and Anarchism itself. Contributors include Troy Southgate, Keith Preston, Welf Herfurth, Flávio Gonçalves, Brett Stevens and Josh Bates.

Troy Southgate - Behold the Hammer! Nietzsche Under Scrutiny

FOLLOWING on from the successful publication of Nietzsche: Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume Three (2011), which featured written submissions from Troy Southgate and eight other contributors, Troy Southgate has decided to compile a book of es…says dealing with the German thinker’s approach to issues such as morality, Greek philosophy and the abortive friendship between Nietzsche and the famous operatic composer, Richard Wagner (1813-1883). Whilst having in common the forthright views and opinions of Nietzsche himself, this new collection of articles covers a broad spectrum of subject matter and will hopefully allow the reader to deepen his or her existing knowledge in the field. The author certainly enjoyed writing and researching these topics and it is his wish that you will find the results both enjoyable and informative.

Helios Volume One

CENTRED around first principles and eternal truths, this brand new volume from Black Front Press offers a series of fresh and scholarly insights into the world of comparative religion, mythology, spirituality, perennialism and the esoteric…. Chapters include Tantra, Maria de Naglowska & the Doctrine of the Third Term of the Trinity, The Metaphysics of Death, Towards a Quadrivial Nature of Consciousness, Making a Hard Left: Sinister Metanoia, The Arrow: In Life and Myth, The Grail, Native Goddesses and Female Protectors, The Horns of Gallehus, Libellus 13: A Gnostic and Aeonic Mini-Grimoire of the Black Sun, and Mysticism and Violence: The Story of Al-Hakim and the Druze. The contributors are Troy Southgate, Z’EV, Theocles Kepheus, Mariella Shearer, Pavel Tulaev, Wulf, Christopher Pankhurst, Hekate Perseia, Alison Rothbard and Siegfrith.

Helios Volume Two

EDITED by Troy Southgate, this second excursion into the world of spirituality, comparative religion and the esoteric includes chapters on Thelema, Imperialism and the ‘Black Messiah’, Orthodoxy as Methodology of Divinization, The Existence… of an Eternal Self in Buddhism, Runic Mysteries, Libellus 13: Mini-Grimoire of the Black Sun (Part Two), The Hellenic Religion, Thus Spake Zarathustra: An Alchemical Exposition, Astrology as a Sacred Science, and The Life and Work of Emmanuel Swedenborg. The contributors include Troy Southgate, Mariella Shearer, K.R. Bolton, Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya, Panayiotis Marinis, Wulf, Hekate Perseia, Adept Black and John Howells.

Helios Volume Three

THIS third volume in our ongoing series on the esoteric includes material on Archetypes, Serpent Worship in the Old Testament, The Mystery of the Fool, The Nature of Self in Dharma Philosophy, Perichoresis in the Novels of Alan Garner, Isla…mic Tradition, Avian Symbolism in Norse Mythology and a Traditionalist view of Transhumanism. The contributors include Troy Southgate, Mariella Shearer, K.R. Bolton, Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya, Wulf, Eowyn, Christopher Pankhurst and John Howells.

Troy Southgate - Tradition and Revolution

For twenty-five years, Troy Southgate has been a leading figure in radical politics, and he is currently one of the leading exponents of the English New Right and is the founder of the National-Anarchist Movement. This anthology is a selection of his best essays, interviews, stories and poems.
Through an analysis of both historical and contemporary events, he calls for an abandonment of the traditional Left/Right dichotomy and the creation of autonomous communities outside the prevailing order which can uphold and preserve traditional values.
Also offered are Troy’s practical suggestions for how this might be put into practice, as well as his in-depth analysis of Julius Evola’s Men Among the Ruins, which originally appeared in the Russian Pravda Online. This book has much to offer everyone of a revolutionary disposition.

Troy Southgate - Further Writings

AMOUNTING to thirty-five detailed chapters, Troy Southgate’s latest offering explores some of the more intriguing aspects of human civilisation. From an in-depth study of history’s prominent thinkers, ideologues and theologians right throug…h to a dissection of the world’s most fascinating empires, wars and revolutions, you will find this knowledgeable and erudite collection of essays both informative and thought-provoking.

Evola - Thoughts & Perspectives Volume One

JULIUS Evola is one of the more intriguing and controversial figures in the Traditionalist milieu and this unique collection of essays, the first of its kind in English, looks at various aspects of the Italian philosopher’s work. Ranging fr…om Art, Sex, Feminism and Economics right through to Race, Politics, Islam and the Occult, this book will serve as a detailed and scholarly guide to one of Europe’s most vehement critics of the modern epoch. Contributors include Professor Roger Griffin, Professor Tomislav Sunic, Troy Southgate, Gwendolyn Toynton, K.R. Bolton, Keith Preston, Sean Jobst, Mariella Shearer, Brett Stevens and Christopher Pankhurst.

Crowley - Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume Two

OFT-MALIGNED and endlessly portrayed as the archetypal epitome of evil incarnate, there is little doubt that Aleister Crowley systematically cultivated and embellished his characteristic notoriety and even today he still performs an inadver…tently posthumous role as the perennial bête noire. This new book examines Crowley’s work in relation to Aiwass and Gnosticism, war and vengeance, Politics, Law and the Dionysian perspective, as well as discussing his mountaineering exploits, thoughts on self-mutilation and taking a more practical look at Thelemic magick itself. An illustrious roll-call of contributors includes David Beth, Troy Southgate, Dr. George J. Sieg, Vadge Moore, K.R. Bolton, Damon Zacharias, Keith Preston, Christopher Pankhurst, Hekate Perseia and Julius Evola.

Nietzsche: Thoughts and Perspectives Volume Three

FRIEDRICH Nietzsche, despite being one of the world’s most brilliant and influential philosophers, is still grossly misrepresented by political theoreticians and court academics alike. His ideas, which are notoriously hard-hitting and uncom…promising, have often been used to justify or legitimise anything from capitalist exploitation and social-darwinism right through to psychopathic behaviour and totalitarianism. The articles contained in this new study examine his thought in relation to Morality, the Soul, Dionysianism, Judeo-Christianity, and Nietzschean-Darwinian Pseudosynthesis. The text also takes a look at how Nietzsche’s vision can be applied in the twenty-first century and outlines the development of his life and work in general. Contributors include Troy Southgate, Michael Walker, K.R. Bolton, Keith Preston, Gwendolyn Toynton, Mariella Shearer, Mike Kleen and Thomas Dalton.

Woden: Thoughts and Perspectives Volume Four

DESPITE having been at the forefront of our spiritual and cultural heritage, Woden the All-Father – the mighty one-eyed hunter-god of the Northern European peoples – has today been largely forgotten. This book examines how, for many of us, …Woden continues to live on in the blood and spirit of our people. Indeed, regardless of whether you happen to see Woden himself as a divine power, an archetype, a symbol or just an allegory, this warrior god of the Aesir was and remains a present and tangible force that can be found at the very roots of our Indo-European identity. Subjects include The Woden Männerbünde; Woden As Archetype: The Carl Jung Essay; Odin and Sleipnir; Woden: The God of the Cultic Warrior; War, Odin and Valhalla; Woden in Mercia; Odin and the Faustian Imperative; Odin Among the Angles; The Sacred Centre: Practical Wodenism in Light of Tradition; Odinism: An Enlightened Perspective; and The Wodanic Ethos: Honour, Duty and the Survival of the Folk. The contributors are Troy Southgate, K.R. Bolton, Mariella Shearer, Mark Mirabello, Wulf, Offa Whitesun, Eowyn, Osred and Bjorn Grimgal.

Codreanu: Thoughts and Perspectives Volume Five

CORNELIU Zelea Codreanu (1899-1938) devoted most of his young life to the struggle for Romanian culture and identity and is widely acknowledged to be one of the bravest characters to pin his colours to the mast of European nationalism. As a… result, therefore, we are both pleased and honoured to present this book as a tribute to one of the great heroes and legends of the national revolutionary cause. His example has served as a source of inspiration for all opponents of Capitalism and Marxism, and his sacrifice emulated by generation upon generation of young freedom fighters. Topics discussed include Codreanu, Church and State; his life and martyrdom; Codreanu in both underground culture and the Romanian archives, Nationalism beyond Hitler & Mussolini, Codreanu and the warrior ethos; and the lessons we can learn from the Iron Guard (or Legion of the Archangel Michael) today. The text also examines what Codreanu thought about the nation, the state, democracy, elitism, religion, fascism and the Jews. The contributors include Troy Southgate, K.R. Bolton, Keith Preston, Dimitris Michalopoulos, Charles Krafft and John Howells.

Pound: Thoughts and Perspectives Volume Six

ALONG with T.S. Eliot (1888-1965) and Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957), Ezra Pound (1885-1972) remains one of the most vilified cultural figures of the twentieth century, but few people can deny that he was also one of the foremost poets and criti…cs of his generation. In addition, of course, Pound was an extremely passionate and outspoken individual with a keen interest in politics and economics and made no attempt to hide his justifiable loathing of the usurious banking system which, even now, continues to hold the world to ransom. But despite the American’s well-known support for Italian Fascism and especially its chief spokesman, Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), Pound was also influenced by the anarcho-individualist beliefs of the French sculptor, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891-1915). Although Pound was not an artist himself, together with Lewis and other members of the English avant-garde he had been influenced to some extent by the efforts of the Cubists and Futurists and therefore went on to help establish the remarkable pre-war phenomenon that became the Vorticist movement. During the course of this book you will find Pound discussed in all manner of political, economic, linguistic, poetic, cultural and artistic frameworks, with our team of writers approaching his life and work from a number of fascinating and revealing angles. Together they present Ezra Pound’s breath-taking achievements in a comparatively more respectful and far less defamatory context than those which are offered by his liberal detractors. Contributors include Troy Southgate, Mariella Shearer, K.R. Bolton, Michael Collins Piper and Dimitris Michalopoulos.

Troy Southgate - Nazis, Fascists or Neither

Unlike the overwhelming majority of academic texts claiming to expose the inner make-up of the Far Right, this book deliberately ignores the emotion elicited by groups on the fringes of British politics and, instead, seeks to offer a more honest and accurate analysis. Troy Southgate, a popular writer and musician who has been involved in political activity for over twenty-five years, begins his study with a broad overview of the British Far Right between 1919 and 1986. He then charts the gradual transformation of the National Front (NF) into a hardline revolutionary movement and looks at the groups that either grew out of the NF or operated within the same time-frame. The author is convinced that the period between 1987 and 1994 was generally one of the most important in the history and development of the Far Right in Britain, not least because, while some of the organisations in existence at the time were influenced by German National-Socialism or Italian Fascism, most did not fit into the stereotypical pigeon-holes designed for them by their detractors on the liberal and Far Left. With its unique insights and surprising conclusions, this book is a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate surrounding the nature of racism and fascism in Britain, and finally places on record a period in British politics that has never previously been afforded a comprehensive academic treatment.

Troy Southgate - Otto Strasser

Troy Southgate’s new book, 200 pages in length contains world-exclusive plates featuring family photographs supplied by Strasser’s own son. Prior to the outbreak of the Second World War, Otto Strasser was a leading activist in the National-Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP). Distancing himself from the prevailing ideologies of both capitalism and communism, Strasser famously accused Adolf Hitler of betraying the socio-economic principles of the original Nazi programme and went on to become a leading opponent of the Third Reich. Along with his brother, Gregor, he believed that a form of German Socialism could provide an alternative future for the nation’s long-suffering workers and peasants. As a result, he was ruthlessly pursued across several countries by Gestapo agents and became embroiled in a series of thrilling adventures. This is the story of how a Bavarian man with a sense of national freedom and social justice became one of the world’s most intriguing revolutionary ideologues.

Troy Southgate - Adventures in Counter-Culture

Including key interviews with important political figures like Robert Steuckers, Martin Schwarz and Jonathan Bowden, as well as interesting musicians such as Richard Leviathan (Ostara), Christopher Walton (Endura), Puissance and Turbund Sturmwerk, Troy Southgate’s ten-year foray into the political and musical underground has managed to yield some very interesting results. This 368-page book also includes numerous reviews centred on concerts and releases by a remarkable variety of Industrial, Metal, Gothic, Neofolk and Experimental projects, and includes much in-depth analysis based around the world of film and literature.

Erik Norling - Revolutionary Fascism

Benito Mussolini (1893 – 1945) is the living image of Fascism and one of the most well known historical figures ever, the antonomasia of a Dictator: nevertheless few are the ones aware that early in the 20th century he was the coming man of the Italian Revolutionary Socialism, headed to represent the Socialist Party, in which everyone had high hopes for the overthrowing of the so-called “bourgeois system”, when Socialism was still revolutionary and hostile to Capitalism.

Lenin said of him: “in Italy, comrades, in Italy there is only a Socialist capable of guiding the people towards the revolution, Benito Mussolini”, soon after the Duce would lead a revolution, but a Fascist one…

So, why did he become a Fascist after wall? Has he really betrayed Socialism as his critics accused him of doing? Or was Fascism the genial and natural outcome of a Socialist’s evolution, of a charismatic mass leader, towards the real revolution?

In “Revolutionary Fascism” Erik Norling, author of “Blood in the Snow: The Russo-Finnish War” (Shelf Books, 2001), acquaints us not only with the Revolutionary and Socialist roots of primeval Fascism but also describes the Italian Social Republic period, at the end of the war, when these values reemerged in its utmost purity.

Andrew Fraser - The Wasp Question

Andrew Fraser’s The WASP Question deals with the question of Anglo-Saxon life in the United States, Australia and everywhere across the world where they have settled. Having for the most part lost a sense of their own ethnic identity in a time of increasing globalism and international multiculturalism which values nearly every culture except their own, the ‘WASPs’ – White Anglo-Saxon Protestants – are alternatively mocked, attacked and ignored in their own lands. Professor Fraser addresses the many questions involved in the matter with impeccable erudition and proposes possible solutions for the future. Constitutional and legal history, evolutionary biology and Christian theology all come into play as Fraser tackles one of the most burning questions of our time. As an analysis of the problems, and possible way forward, faced by a European ethnic group, the book will be of interest to anyone concerned about the fate of not just the Anglo-Saxons, but any specific cultural and racial identity in the postmodern, multicultural age.

Guillaume Faye - Why We Fight

Guillaume Faye’s manifesto and ideological dictionary, aimed at the ‘European Resistance’. Radical, thought provoking and at times extremely controversial. A book that can’t be read without forming an opinion about it.

Guillaume Faye - Archeofuturism

This book is the most fundamental work by Guillaume Faye. Faye believes that the future of the Right requires a transcendence of the division between those who wish for a restoration of the traditions of the past, and those who are calling for new social and technological forms – creating a synthesis which will amplify the strengths and restrain the excesses of both: Archeofuturism. Faye also provides a critique of the New Right; an analysis of the continuing damage being done by Western liberalism, political inertia, unrestrained immigration and ethnic self-hatred; and the need to abandon past positions and dare to face the realities of the present in order to realise the ideology of the future. He prophesises a series of catastrophes between 2010 and 2020, brought about by the unsustainability of the present world order, which he asserts will offer an opportunity to rebuild the West and put Archeofuturism into practice on a grand scale.

Alain De Benoist - The Problem of Democracy

The Problem of Democracy is the first of Alain de Benoist’s book-length political works to appear in English. It presents the complexity and depth which underlies all of de Benoist’s work and which is often neglected by those who seek to dismiss him by oversimplifying or distorting his arguments.

De Benoist shows how democracy is, contrary to what some critics have claimed, something which has been a part of our civilisation from the beginning. The problem, he says, is not the notion of democracy in itself, but rather the current understanding of the term which, rather than empowering the individual, reduces him to little more than a cog in a machine over which he has no control, and in which the direction is set by politicians with little genuine accountability.

As an alternative, de Benoist proposes that effective democracy would mean a return to an understanding of citizenship as being tied to one’s belonging to a specific political community based on shared values and common historical ties, while doing away with the liberal notion of the delegation of sovereignty to elected representatives. The type of government which is called for is thus a return to the form of government widely understood in Antiquity, but which now seems to us to be a revolutionary notion.

Julius Evola - Metaphysics of War

This is the second, revised edition of Metaphysics of War: Battle, Victory & Death in the World of Tradition. In this book Evola considers the spiritual aspects of war in different spiritual traditions, including the Vedic, Iranian, Islamic and Catholic. In so doing he concludes that war can, in certain circumstances, have a ‘sacred character’ through which man may achieve self-realisation. In the second edition we have added a large number of new footnotes and a comprehensive index.

Julius Evola - The Path of Cinnabar

Julius Evola was a renowned Dadaist artist, Idealist philosopher, critic of politics and Fascism, ‘mystic’, anti-modernist, and scholar of world religions. Evola was all of these things, but he saw each of them as no more than stops along the path to life’s true goal: the realisation of oneself as a truly absolute and free individual living one’s life in accordance with the eternal doctrines of the Primordial Tradition. Much more than an autobiography, The Path of Cinnabar in describing the course of Evola’s life illuminates how the traditionally-oriented individual might avoid the many pitfalls awaiting him in the modern world. More a record of Evola’s thought process than a recitation of biographical facts, one will here find the distilled essence of a lifetime spent in pursuit of wisdom, in what is surely one of his most important works.

Steven J. Rosen - The Jedi in the Lotus

The Jedi in the Lotus is the first-ever examination of the Star Wars universe from a Hindu perspective, illuminating many hitherto undiscovered aspects of the background and meaning of the widely acclaimed film series.

We are shown how its creators were influenced by the famed mythologist, Joseph Campbell, whose reading of the ancient Indian Epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, can be seen throughout the Star Wars films. This book also demonstrates how the metaphysical understanding of the Jedi Knights and the divinity conceived of as ‘the Force’ have resonances with teachings passed down by Hindu gurus and mystics for centuries, and how fantastic worlds and technology similar to that of the Star Wars universe were described in myths that are millennia old — and may even have had some basis in reality. Finally, The Jedi in the Lotus shows us how the Hindu traditions at the basis of Star Wars offer an alternative vision to the purely materialistic, soulless world of modernity.

Pentti Linkola - Can Life Prevail?

With the train of civilisation hurtling at ever-increasing speed towards self-destruction, the most pressing question facing humanity in the 21st century is that of the preservation of life itself. Can Life Prevail?, the latest book by Finnish environmentalist Pentti Linkola, provides a radical yet firmly grounded perspective on the ecological problems threatening both the biosphere and human culture. With essays covering topics as diverse as animal rights, extinction, deforestation, terrorism and overpopulation, Can Life Prevail? for the first time makes the lucid, challenging writing of Linkola available to an English-speaking public.

“By decimating its woodlands, Finland has created the grounds for prosperity. We can now thank prosperity for bringing us – among other things – two million cars, millions of glaring, grey-black electronic entertainment boxes, and many unnecessary buildings to cover the green earth. Wealth and surplus money have led to financial gambling and rampant social injustice, whereby ‘the common people’ end up contributing to the construction of golf courses, classy hotels, and holiday resorts, while fattening Swiss bank accounts. Besides, the people of wealthy countries are the most frustrated, unemployed, unhappy, suicidal, sedentary, worthless and aimless people in history. What a miserable exchange.” – Pentti Linkola

Jos Rogiers - The Bible - The Devil's Book

Imagine an inhabitant of the planet Mars visiting the Earth and trying to find out what kind of beings live here. Imagine this Martian leafing through the Bible, the main source of the ideologies of the Earthlings. Imagine he came across the descriptions of our ‘God’ ordering genocides, threatening his followers that they will be compelled to eat their own children, and foretelling that one day in the future He will destroy the Earth and most of its inhabitants. These are just a few of the many horrors mentioned in the Bible.

What would this Martian think of such a ‘God?’ And what would he think of us who chose to worship such a ‘God’ and to follow His commands? The Martian would very likely be astonished and frightened. And perhaps, if he is intelligent enough, he would, also, conclude that there is a connection to be found between the doctrine of this evil ‘God’ and the disasters and sufferings which seem to be an inevitable part of the human experience.

In The Bible: The Devil’s Book the author sets out to prove that this analysis is absolutely correct. Such a cause-and-effect does exist, and further brings into question the inevitability of this undesirable condition.

The Initiate #1

This is the premier issue of the traditionalist journal published by Arktos.

The Initiate seeks to provide a forum for academic research into fields related to Tradition and traditionalism. The journal tackles a wide range of themes and issues, including history, metaphysics, folklore, initiatory studies, myth and comparative religion.

The Initiate does not take a partisan position on religion, politics or culture. Not restricting itself to the study of one particular tradition or ideology, The Initiate pioneers an inter-disciplinary approach that we hope will soon place it at the cutting edge of traditional studies research.

Edited by David J. Wingfield, David Griffiths and Charles Collicutt.

The Initiate #2 - Journal of Traditional Studies

The Initiate is a journal which offers a forum to serious writing on traditionalism, spirituality and related topics, seeking to restore something of the lost wisdom of our ancestors to the modern world.

This greatly expanded second issue features essays by Patrick Boch on how the Vedic knowledge of India can be put into practice by modern traditionalists; Sergio Knipe discussing ideas of cyclical history in ancient Egyptian myth; Robert Bullen on the re-emergence of the monastic lifestyle; Charles Upton comparing the Sufi philosophy of Frithjof Schuon and Javad Nurbakhsh; David Griffiths on the reality versus the mythology of European withcraft; Julius Evola, in a previously untranslated essay, on his meeting with Gerald Gardner, the founder of Wicca; Peter Widukind on the mystical power of music; and Karlo Valois on the lifestyle of the modern warrior, as well as music and book reviews, and letters to the editor in response to our first issue.

This second issue more than doubles in size the amount of material contained in the first, and much more care was put into the quality of its editing and production. It also focuses more on the inner, as opposed to the outward, political struggle against the modern world. Profusely illustrated, it will provide much nourishment for the soul starving in the parched landscape of a secularised and disenchanted world.

Raido - A Handbook of Traditional Living

This book consists of two texts originally published by the Italian cultural organisation Raido, translated here for the first time: The World of Tradition and The Front of Tradition. The first is a comprehensive summary of the principal ideas of Julius Evola. The esoteric history of the world, the nature of the Primordial Tradition, and the crisis of the modern world are discussed. The second, while also steeped in the Evolian worldview, presents a more practical guide for living as a traditionalist. Guidelines for life as an individual living in detachment from modernity, as well as for developing and being a member of an organisation dedicated to the restoration of Tradition, are outlined. This book argues that ideology and strategy are not enough by themselves. The individual who desires a revolt against the modern world must first internalise and conduct all of one’s actions in accordance with the way of life of Tradition. Also included are methods for doing this.

Whether the reader is an Evolian, a traditionalist or is merely seeking a means for survival in a degraded age, this handbook will be inspiring to them all.

Varg Vikernes - Irminsûl

There is great uncertainty surrounding the meaning of Irminsûl and the purpose this god-pillar served. It is known that the Saxons worshipped Irminsûl as a god. We know that they made sacrifices to it and held councils around it. However, the scope of modern knowledge ends there.

In this booklet Varg Vikernes shares his views on the meaning of Irminsûl and outlines an interesting theory regarding the ‘Big Bang’, creation and the meaning of life.

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