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The way of the Warden

Death to the World

This world is dead. My ascension towards a better version of what my Will to Power pushes me to become, testing me against the limitations of my own physique, the fragility of my psyche and the external influences of the "Empire of Nothingness" is in every single meaningful action I make on a daily basis. What you do says a lot more than the words…
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A Short Note On Effeminacy

The effeminacy I criticize is a flaw of the natural woman in much the same way that wanton cruelty is the flaw of natural man: the primeval sin, the biological Adversary which every sapient creature does battle with when he fights to impose his will on his twisted and imperfect body. In this way, effeminacy is constitutive, but not definitive, of…
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“Doctor, I’m Seeing Angels Again”: On Collective Representation and Lived Tradition

The modern scientific "objective" perception is entirely concerned with phenomena, like a researcher who experiences life entirely through microscope slides, failing to look at the beautiful world surrounding him, and then stubbornly dictates that his is the only true way of knowing and everything existing outside of those few inches of glass is a…
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Punish the Flesh

The flesh must be constantly disciplined, groomed and restrained, for the purpose of keeping pudginess and distractions at bay. Militant Strength Culture is part of this and is an important addition, especially for the Postmodern specimen, which seldom puts physical effort into their daily life.
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The Ultimate Revolt

"To stand firm among the ruins, you have to actively oppose your lower impulses and shallow drives by pushing yourself over the cliff of conformity and taking that leap of fate which will elevate you above the herd mentality of the unwashed ignorant plebian masses which venerate this abominable gynecocracy regime of cultural distortion.  To fight…
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Pankration

Developed out of an existing ancient combat system, Pankration was part of the army training of many Greek city-states. It was the core of the military instruction of the hoplites (the famous Greek infantry). The Spartans were particularly well-trained and excelled in that art. In their last stand at Thermopylae, they allegedly used Pankration…
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Of Titans and Pygmies

Since the end of the Second World War Europe has operated on an unspoken consensus. The genie of nationalism that proved itself to be too dangerous for the world has been put back in its bottle, and in its place, independent states have willingly relinquished their sovereignty and agency in exchange for security and stability. The distinct…
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The worldview of a Warden

Dear reader, I can only guess that you are on your journey towards the right, most likely due to increasing disorder and chaos in the Western world, and it was most likely not an intellectual argument that actually brought you here, but something inside broke, or shifted, in the emotional or psychological planes due to an outside action you…
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The Void

So I was born in chaos and darkness, all alone, but for that inner murmur guiding and directing my steps, daring me to resist what is around, what is familiar, to shirk off the attraction of the ephemeral existence - of blurred lines and intoxicated mind - to turn away from the lunar siren call of dream-like reality and to give up. The hunger and…
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