Survive the Jive on Folkish vs Universalist Worldview | The After Party

  A terrific talk with Survive the Jive centered around  European folkish view of various aspects of life: -Conceptions/ experiences of time. -Life and death. -The divine as manifest in the world, and the divine as something “outside” of ordinary human life and affairs. -Prayer, sacrifice, the ability of humans to interact with the divine or affect fate. -The realities of pain and suffering in … Continue reading Survive the Jive on Folkish vs Universalist Worldview | The After Party

Livesteam: Appearance on JF’s “The Public Space” Ep. 222

*Note this had to be taken down due to YouTube censorship. Hopefully it will re-appear on JF’s BitChute archive. I was the guest on JF Gariépy’s show, The Public Space. We discussed: -the shortcomings of universalist, globalist agendas that actually destroy meaning by destroying boundaries -the uniqueness of European civilization -the crucial importance of returning European peoples worldwide to a holistic experience of their own ethno-cultures … Continue reading Livesteam: Appearance on JF’s “The Public Space” Ep. 222

Deep Halloween: Living a Life Worthy of Remembrance

(Direct YouTube Link) In old Europe, the transition period between the warm growing season and cold winter provided an opportunity to contemplate and honor the dead. So many symbols and rhythms that survive to this day in our holidays, even in shallow and commercialized modern forms, contain and reveal what’s deep in our bones and is begging for us to reconnect with. Our ancestors lived … Continue reading Deep Halloween: Living a Life Worthy of Remembrance

Odin and Self-Becoming: Inspired by Survive the Jive

For my video presentations, please scroll to the bottom. — I recently watched Survive the Jive’s YouTube video about the Norse god, Odin (also known as Wotan, Woden, Wotanaz in other Northern European cultures). As per usual with Tom of Survive the Jive, the video inspired some thoughts. I mainly here wish to focus on the threefold aspects of Odin, and their correspondence with the … Continue reading Odin and Self-Becoming: Inspired by Survive the Jive