David Gellerman

Nationalism — Empathy is Not a Bad Word

Part of humanity's progress has followed from picking up on ideas learnt from others, using and conserving them. One reason why human beings rule the planet, as opposed to the genetically almost identical great apes, is that we can keep building on what others have already accomplished.

Jason Reza Jorjani

World Religion of the Future

World War II was not a struggle between nationalism and globalism. It was a battle between conflicting visions of world order: a deracinating, soulless global marketplace vs. an Indo-European planetary hegemony based on a future pan-Aryan religion. At least, that is how the leader of the Kyoto School saw it.

Jason Reza Jorjani

The Promethium Sky Over Hiroshima

Excerpts from “Kill A Buddha On The Way”, the tenth chapter of PROMETHEUS AND ATLAS, with a focus on the metaphysical and metapolitical significance of Japanese anime.

Jason Reza Jorjani

Against Perennial Philosophy

If the New Right is to become the intellectual and spiritual vanguard of the Indo-European world, we archeo-futurists must recognize that the very idea of Sophia Perennis – which can be traced to Medieval Iran – is fundamentally anti-philosophical, and that the likes of Evola and Guenon were terribly wrong to legitimate Islam.

Daton Hivild

The Matador of Modernity

There is a shift in the wind in the West. Shibboleths that have stood for generations are being rocked by the grubby hands of the peasantry and the core doctrines and taboos through which the establishment has ...

Joakim Andersen

The Characterology of Ludwig Klages

Klages developed a reactionary school of psycho-physical thought. Capable of 'psychoanalyzing' not just individuals, but races and even material structures such as buildings or cities, his work in some ways anticipates and outstrips postmodernism.

Chad Crowley

Faustian Europe: Action as the Method

One of the foundational pillars of Western civilization is its unique ability to modify itself and evolve, in essence to transform, via the espousal of a metaphysic of action as fluidic movement. European man and the postmodern world that he has given life to by the crucible of Western civilization, arose in large part as a result of the active dynamism that radiates throughout the entirety of his being.

Jason Reza Jorjani

The Return of Zarathustra, Part V

The Aryan identity of Iran, which binds her destiny together with that of Europa, is not a historical curiosity. It is the basis of a cultural revolution triggered by the failed uprising against the Islamic Republic in 2009. The fifth and final part of this series examines the roots and implications of this Iranian Renaissance.

Alain de Benoist

The Church and Human Rights

The theological roots of the ideology of human rights have been described many times. For a long time, however, as Jacques Maritain wrote, ‘the affirmation of rights themselves based on Christian principles appeared revolutionary with regard to the Christian tradition’.

Jason Reza Jorjani

The Return of Zarathustra, Part IV

The kind of drunken Sufism that Persian poetry has made renowned in the Western world has almost nothing to do with Islam. This “Religion of Love” has everything to do with an esoteric sect of Zoroastrianism that nearly seized control of the Persian Empire in the century before the Islamic conquest and survived the forcible conversion of Iran in an occulted form.

Jason Reza Jorjani

The Return of Zarathustra, Part III

Chivalry and romantic love originated in the Iranian cult of Mithra, the Zoroastrian world savior. Not only are most of the positive elements of European 'Christianity' Mithraic in origin, the same tradition catalyzed the Mahayana reform of Buddhism in Eastern Iran and could have unified the entire Indo-European world.

Peter Heft

The Necessity of a Realist Right

In the philosophical debate between realism and anti-realism, the Left has chosen the side of anti-realism to justify social constructivist views. In order for the Right to remain relevant, a defense and embrasure of realism is necessary.

Jason Reza Jorjani

The Return of Zarathustra, Part II

The roots of the greatness of European civilization are inextricable from the ancient Zoroastrian heritage of Iran. The idea that the Persian Wars represented some kind of clash of civilizations, let alone a race war, is totally anachronistic and delusional.