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On What is a Rune?

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Collin Cleary
What is a Rune? and Other Essays
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2015

As a lifetime “non-believer” who has been delving into Germanic heathen worldviews and traditions for the past year or so, Collin Cleary’s What is a Rune? pulled a few ideas together for me at the right time, introduced some evocative concepts that I’d like to revisit in visual art, and inspired some new questions. Read more …

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La philosophie de Collin Cleary

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L’essai suivant est mon Introduction éditoriale à la nouvelle anthologie de Collin Cleary What is a Rune? and Other Essays  [Qu’est-ce qu’une rune ? et autres essais] à paraître chez Counter-Currents.

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Debate sobre el Cristianismo

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Traducción por Francisco Albanese y Aarón Garrido

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Nota del Editor::

Este es el texto completo del debate sobre el Cristianismo entre Jonas De Geer y Greg Johnson en Estocolmo, el 18 de Abril de 2015. Read more …

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Thoughts on the Debate on Christianity

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Hans Memling, “Angel Musicians,” 1480s

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Recently, the text of a debate between Greg Johnson and Jonas De Geer appeared in these pages. Here following is my commentary on the thoughts expressed by both of the parties in the debate.

I find myself agreeing with points made by both men, Read more …

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Debate on Christianity

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Editor’s Note:

This is the complete text of the debate on Christianity between Jonas De Geer and Greg Johnson in Stockholm on April 18, 2015. De Geer’s opening statement is reprinted from here. Johnson’s is reprinted from here. The rest of the text is a transcript by V.S. from the YouTube audio of the debate here.   Read more …

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Anti-Racism vs. Neo-Paganism

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Crystal Blanton, Taylor Ellwood, and Brandy Williams, eds.
Bringing Race to the Table: Exploring Racism in the Pagan Community
Stafford, UK: Megalithica Books, 2015

Every once in a great while, the publishing world bears witness to one of two types of miraculous events: either (1) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfect; or (2) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfectly abysmal. Read more …

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Albion’s Hidden Numina
Peter Shaffer’s Equus

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The Uffington White Horse, Oxfordshire

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Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play, Equus, is arguably the most pagan work of art created in the 20th century. Ostensibly an extended dialogue between a mentally ill boy and his psychiatrist, Shaffer’s play goes far beyond the realms of psychoanalysis and begins to stir the surface of an incipient numinous awakening. Read more …

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Notes sur Moïse l’Egyptien, Partie 3

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

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Le texte suivant complète mes notes sur le chapitre 3 du livre de Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien.

Bien que le chapitre 3 de Moïse l’Egyptien soit intitulé « Avant la Loi : John Spencer comme  égyptologue », le dernier quart du chapitre est consacré à Ralph Cudworth (1617–1688), l’un des collègues de Spencer à Cambridge et un membre important des Platoniciens de Cambridge.  Read more …

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Agora (Slovak)

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Agora (2009) by sa mala jednoducho nazývať Hypatia, pretože nám rozpráva príbeh o Hypatii z Alexandrie, filozofke a matematičke, ktorá bola zavraždená kresťanským davom v roku 415 n.l. Hypatiin život sa kryje so zničením starovekého pohanstva kresťanstvom, takže jej vražda symbolizuje smrť celej civilizácie.

Po smrti Juliána Odpadlíka v roku 363 n.l. bol Rím ovládaný kresťanmi a to až do jeho konca. Read more …

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La Segunda Venida Pagana de Yeats

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Luc Olivier Merson, Rest on the Flight into Egypt, 1879

Luc Olivier Merson, Descanso en el viaje a Egipto, 1879

William Butler Yeats escribió su famoso poema, “La Segunda Venida”, en 1919, al mismo tiempo que ocurría la Gran Guerra y la Revolución Bolchevique, cuando las cosas realmente estaban “derrumbándose”,  principalmente la civilización Europea. El título refiere, por supuesto, a la segunda llegada, segundo advenimiento, o segunda venida de Cristo. Pero a medida que la leo, el poema rechaza la idea de tal acontecimiento de forma literal. En su lugar, afirma dos sentidos no-cristianos de la segunda venida. Primero, hay un sentido metafórico del fin del presente mundo y la revelación de algo radicalmente nuevo. Segundo, hay un sentido de una segunda venida pero no de Cristo, sino del paganismo desplazado por el cristianismo. Read more …

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