The Sophistication of the Ancients

Some may imply that my “reading in” gives ancients too much credit, that there is something of the “New Ageist” in my analysis, where “ancient Myth contains all knowledge or wisdom.” That these myths are instead primarily subconscious manifestations whose meanings we may only idly speculate as a kind of pleasurable pastime. After all, the […]

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Our Similarity to the Ancients

One problem in our inability to decipher the myths and parables of ancients arises from a false perception of dissimilarity. We tend to view the ancients and even relatively recent ancestors as a wholly distinct species. Instead, we should understand that our ancestors shared with us precisely our own concerns and psychological anxieties. These are […]

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Saturn, Satan, Set and Tan

A contemporary folk etymology that connects Saturn to the Hebrew word Satan, שָׂטָן, meaning adversary or accuser, seems worthy of consideration as no convincing etymologies for the word Satan appear.[1] Again, this assumes a late development of the Hebrew Bible, which this study does. Etymologists believe Saturn originates from the Etruscan subterranean deity Satre whose […]

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Keep In Mind

I had the honor recently of editing a music video for the artists Xurious (@xuriousmusic) and Hiraeth (@HiraethMusic9). Together they create an instant Dissident Right classic: “Keep In Mind.”  Difficult themes are effortlessly sublimated in a beautiful, enchanting melody. A model for artists to consider. Please share far and wide. Bitchute link below (lower resolution): […]

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