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
We welcomed Philosophicat back to The After Party for a discussion based on her videos, On Traditional Man and Traditional Woman’s Paths to Heroism. Topics included: -What is traditional heroism? -Heroism in everyday life -The need for transcendence -Ideals of warrior, ascetic, mother, muse -Consciousness and character being the real revolution for white wellbeing and more…*plus a little April Fool’s joke at the end!* … Continue reading Traditional Archetypes Of Masculine And Feminine With PhilosophiCat | The After Party, No White Guilt
Veteran podcaster Dave Martel brought his signature high energy and warmth to this dynamic episode of The After Party. Topics included: -Gratitude, making day to day life sacred again. -Family and community as part of romantic courtship. -The code of consequence, oaths. -Outlooks, practices that bind the European peoples. -Place in time and space as part of ancestral web. and more… Direct YouTube Link … Continue reading Dave Martel and Folkish Metaphysics | The After Party Livestream, No White Guilt
Direct YouTube Link Semiogogue returns to The After Party to speak deeply on a fascinating topic: the family “house” as a technology—both the physical house and the identity of a family through time. Discussion included: Creating intentional family identity, creating a family motto and aesthetic Moving, families broken apart, how to change this “Where will you be buried?” as a cutting question about real home … Continue reading The House of Undying Ghosts | THE AFTER PARTY Livestream | Semiogogue, No Whit Guilt
Direct YouTube Link Halloween is more than people make it out to be… Thumbnail image credit: Pieter Claeszoon- Vanitas – Still Life (1625) — This video is also available on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/thegreatorder/ Continue reading The Allure of Halloween
A powerful testimony from a listener. What used to be a birthright bequeathed by your ancestors and the whole way of being your ethno-culture built in the past is now something we frantically scramble around looking for. Also available on BitChute -Clip where listener “Frau HausMaus” made this comment: -Painting in thumbnail: Nathaniel Dance-Holland, The Pybus Family. Circa 1769. Oil on canvas. National Gallery … Continue reading Your Inheritance Interrupted
Should we look to the past in creative arts, or create a brand new future? And what does making videos on social media actually accomplish? -Articles mentioned so you can check out the illustrations they contain: See Lynd Ward’s Beowulf in this one: The Prosperity Paradox– Escaping Apathy See Michael Kungl’s Dieu de Soleil in this one: Odin and Self-Becoming: Inspired by Survive the … Continue reading Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?
Enemies at the gates, traitors from within…is it self-indulgent to be advocating for new arts and culture right now? This is the fourth of five videos based off a recent livestream I participated in. The first three vids were about “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” This one and the final one take a more positive stance on the role arts and cultural creation, and … Continue reading Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?
(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