Discussing The Great Beauty on Frodi’s Film Fest | Outside Appearances

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct Odysee Link Direct BitChute Link   Along with Jason, I joined Frodi Midjord’s Decameron film festival on his Guide to Kulchur channel to muse on the artful life and what’s worthwhile.   We discussed the Italian film, The Great Beauty, a work that runs on impressions and  associations, more akin to how we actually … Continue reading Discussing The Great Beauty on Frodi’s Film Fest | Outside Appearances

Ilenia – Ancient Rome and Modern Italy | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link or listen in audio-only podcast form on Spreaker.   Ilenia returns to TAP to discuss themes based on the essay she wrote for the FOLK book, called “Fire, Sword, and Plough.” The focus is on the traditional societal order found in certain periods of ancient Rome, and what that can teach us … Continue reading Ilenia – Ancient Rome and Modern Italy | TAP

Ilenia C. on The Pagan Revival | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link   We welcomed Ilenia, member of the Italian cultural revival group “Associazione Tradizionale Pietas” and admin of popular Facebook pages, Nordic Beauty (deleted since!) and Protect Beauty (now her main page) She also translated the book, Esoteric Aspects in the Roman Gentil Tradition.   ~Topics included~ Her Facebook pages, the importance … Continue reading Ilenia C. on The Pagan Revival | TAP

Mimir’s Brunnr on the EU as the New Rome and More | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link   We welcomed Phil Simpson of the YouTube channel, Mimir’s Brunnr, to The After Party.   ~We discussed~ The team behind the videos. Concepts of life, death, cycles, and courage in ancient Europe. Contrasts of the above to modern notions. Empire and domination. Natural lifestyles. The twin needs in … Continue reading Mimir’s Brunnr on the EU as the New Rome and More | TAP