Living a sacred life in a profane world

  • Monopoly On Sacrality

    in The Strenuous Life, Tolkienism / / 18 comments

    One of the things I wrote about in my first book, Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity, was the immense absence of sacrality and the ‘sacred’ in modern life. This has been written about extensively by many authors. Kahlil Gibran wrote about the spiritual emptiness of city life. Frances Fukuyama wrote about modern secular society being

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  • What Do JRR Tolkien And This Poster Have In Common?

    in The Iron Crown, Tolkienism / / 15 comments

    Have you guessed it yet? The answer is….. Nazism! At least according to modern SJW’s. Indeed, they are each- according to those on the left- symbolic of horrific evils and hatred. This might shock the uninitiated observer of course, but it really is their view, as we will explore below. First, the poster, as brought to us by our friends

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  • Soundtrack For Civil War: An Interview With ‘Les Brigandes’!

    in The Strenuous Life, Tolkienism / / 6 comments

    Les Brigandes is an all-female Identitarian music group from France that we have written about on several occasions (including here, and here). They are known by Identitarian-minded folks across Europe and North America for their beautiful songs, all of which relate thematically to the horrific and historically unprecedented situation in Western Europe. I was first introduced to Les Brigandes by

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  • More Signs Of Hope(!), Also- Thanksgiving Thanks

    in On the Ground, Tolkienism / / 11 comments

    Recently I posted about the rare white reindeer that was seen in Northern Sweden, and the possibility that it was a sign from God or our ancestors that hope and deliverance are nigh. This week a similar glimmer of symbolic hope made headlines, as a rare white rainbow was photographed in the United Kingdom. From the BBC: A stunning shot

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  • Scandinavian Silver: An Interview With Identitarian Jewelry-Maker And Author ‘Ogier’

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    The following post is an interview I recently did with ‘Ogier’, a jewelry-maker and artist-author from Scandinavia. We are keeping his exact location and his real name somewhat vague, since his (very reasonable) views on mass-immigration are still violently opposed by his country’s government/media/intelligentsia. Ogier’s thoughts and story are inspiring as well as enlightening, for they show the balancing act

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