Graf von Marstall

The first Warden and Primus inter Pares. Born in the heart of the Balkans, where he finished his Legal and Political science education. Has a deep and profound fascination with Humanities, Culture, and art and military strength culture. Politics and writing are a passion in their own right. Fighting the Culture war as long as he remembers himself.
Demons and how they attack humans

Demons and how they attack humans

We may have heard the opinion that the dark powers influence people only in relation to the evil eye or maleficium. Hardly anyone pays attention to the very tangible impact that demons have on us human beings outside of the magic realm. Therefore, we have to seek a proper understanding of the nature of demons and the ways that they use to attack people.

At the summits of Resistance

At the summits of Resistance

“The interpretation in the contemporary conditions would be, that full awareness is the foundation of any form of revolting.  Firmness and uncompromising ways do not mean that you should go to your workplace or campus and preach the gospel of tradition or god forbid criticise more specific discourses like non-European immigration, SJW Inquisitorial suppression of freedom of speech, Man loathing radical feminism, mass murder orchestrated through state-sponsored approved abortion or LGBT(X) Identity proliferation. It means living an authentic life in the spirit of tradition without even blinking to the onslaught of the anti-traditional forces which are gaining momentum with every moment in time. This is where we place the Way of the Warden as a concept of metaphysical revolt…”

The Land of the Blind

The Land of the Blind

Today, Conservatives stand at a crucial point for their existence: marginalized and under constant attack by the institutions, the culture-distorters have made the Right out to be a negative and destructive force. Meanwhile, the liberal tenant, marches along virtually unopposed, parading under the banners of political correctness, multiculturalism, gender studies, LGBTQ lobbyism and radical man-hating feminism reinforced by the Great Replacement of native Europeans and Americans of European ancestry by the means of mass immigration and state-sponsored clinical birth control. This has became the modus operandi of the Left as a whole. The gravest threat coming out from its monopoly of our higher institutions is not the cultural deconstruction or the materialistic interpretation of History and reality, but the simulation of freedom with an inquisitorial PC viciousness.

The West as Shakespeare`s  Prospero in “The Tempest”

The West as Shakespeare`s Prospero in “The Tempest”

The Tempest is a pastoral drama, it belongs to that literary kind which includes certain earlier English plays and is concerned with the opposition of nature and art. These both are presented through the characters of the two non-human beings, the natives of the aisle, Caliban and Ariel. Caliban represents nature without the benefit of nature, nature to an Art which is man`s power over the created world and over himself.; Nature divorced from grace or the senses without the mind. Ariel, on the other hand, is the chief instrument of Prospero’s Art. Prospero exercises his power through Ariel, that is to say, his moral wisdom has been attained through the imagination, or with interaction with the imagination.

The Faustian Soul

The Faustian Soul

After Achilles had defeated Hector in battle, his chariot dragged his corpse by the heels. Such was the hubristic spirit of our Indo-European ancestors — warrior nomads who conquered and ruled peoples from Europe to Asia, millennia before anyone had heard of Alexander. But the same spirit which restlessly pursued immortality in fame and glory would not only cause their European descendants to circumnavigate the globe and conquer its poles but map the human genome also; not only has the White man needed to tower into the skies and conquer the moon, but that spirit has searched the depths of its own soul to master itself.

The essential movies about the Crusades

The essential movies about the Crusades

The terrific film released in May 2005 to movie theatres nationwide was only a part of the great vision director Ridley Scott had for this incredible story. The director’s cut, released on DVD in 2007, presents Scott’s epic the way it was meant to be seen. Orlando Bloom stars as Balian de Ibelin, as he travels to Jerusalem during the Crusades to find himself the ultimate defender of his city and people. While some director’s cut only change a few brief moments in the film, this immensely different cut is a completely different film. It is “radically altered from the financially unsuccessful version that unspooled in theatres in the summer of 2005,” and is in every way a better movie.

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