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Jonathan Bowden on Savitri Devi

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This is Jonathan Bowden’s lecture on Savitri Devi, delivered to the 29th New Right meeting in London on, Saturday October 23, 2010 — one day after the anniversary of Savitri’s death on October 22, 1982 in Sible Hedingham, Essex, England. A transcription is already in preparation.

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. John Cummings
    Posted February 23, 2015 at 2:55 pm | Permalink

    quite the passage. all these “isms” and I read them on here all the time. Tradition is found over the shattered world. “Conservatism” has some tradition and anti-tradition. Socialism has some tradition and anti-tradition. It is getting rid of the dialects and rebuilding tradition that is the key globally to restoring tribal identity.

  2. WWWM
    Posted February 23, 2015 at 4:28 am | Permalink

    There was no one else like Bowden. I don’t think these ideas could be articulated any better. It is because of people like Devi and Bowden that are movement will thrive. I have no doubt.

  3. Julian Lee
    Posted February 21, 2015 at 4:12 pm | Permalink

    Really one of the most amazing talks I’ve heard. That guy can speak. I think it was a right proper introduction to her for me. I was gratified that he didn’t focus on Savitri-D vis-a-vis the Upanishads. I never had the impression she had much insight into them. Her thing was something else entire.

    I do hope that we can get a bit of old German into ourselves, in future, such that we can bother to monitor a microphone and see how it’s doing, and bother to place microphones in front of speakers again in stead of way off on the side, or in somebody’s purse, or wherever it was. (For about 2-3 seconds somebody moved it and it was actually recording his voice.) Really a shame.

  4. Highland
    Posted February 21, 2015 at 3:01 pm | Permalink

    Thank you!

    It impresses upon us the fact that human history, far from being a steady ascension towards the better, is an increasingly hopeless process of bastardisation, emasculation and demoralisation of mankind; an inexorable “fall.” It rouses in us the yearning to see the end — the final crash that will push into oblivion both those worthless “isms” that are the product of the decay of thought and of character, and the no less worthless religions of equality which have slowly prepared the ground for them; the coming of Kalki, the divine Destroyer of evil; the dawn of a new Cycle opening, as all time-cycles ever did, with “Golden Age.
    ~ Savitri Devi

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