Your Inheritance Interrupted

Direct BitChute Link   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.   Painting in thumbnail:  Nathaniel Dance-Holland, The Pybus Family. Circa 1769. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Continue reading Your Inheritance Interrupted

Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?

Watch the embedded video below. Direct BitChute Link 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? This is the fifth and final of five videos based off of a recent livestream I participated in. The first three vids were about “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” This one and … Continue reading Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?

Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?

Watch the embedded video below. Direct BitChute Link   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 … Continue reading Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?

Deep Halloween: Living a Life Worthy of Remembrance

Watch the embedded video. Direct BitChute 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 … Continue reading Deep Halloween: Living a Life Worthy of Remembrance