“When Christian missionaries asked the north Teutons who or what they believed in, they received the reply which centuries previously the south Teutons — who had believed in Das Gott (neuter) — might also have given, that they believed in their power (matt) or strength (magin), a power working within them, a deity filling the religious man, an inner-worldly and inner-spiritual deity. Such an answer must have seemed to the missionaries, as it would to many present day commentators, a mere boast of power or an idolatrous presumption, while in fact it must be understood as a factual “The God” (Das Gott) corresponding to the dominans ille in nobis deus. But it is easy to understand that the missionaries, who in Christianity had accepted the extra-mundane, transcendent ideas of a “personal” God, from the Semitic peoples, were at a loss when confronted by faith in a destiny ruling within men.”
Hans F. K. Günther, Religious Attitudes of the Indo-Europeans (via vandrare)

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Ring of Mercy. Door handle on the Dom St. Maria in Augsburg, Germany (photo by Rebecca Kenninston, 1989)

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Ring of Mercy. Door handle on the Dom St. Maria in Augsburg, Germany (photo by Rebecca Kenninston, 1989)

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“The bloodline still exists, and the potential still exists within the blood.”
Collin Cleary (via vandrare)

(via vandrare)

“Race, in the objective sense, is the spirituo-biological community of a group.”
— Francis Parker Yockey (via hierarchical-aestheticism)

(via heksekunst-nord)

“According to its true, living meaning, Tradition is neither servile conformity to what has been, nor a sluggish perpetuation of the past into the present. Tradition, in its essence, is something simultaneously meta-historical and dynamic: it is an overall ordering force, in the service of principles that have the chrism of a superior legitimacy (we may even call them “principles from above”).”
— Julius Evola, Men among the Ruins: Postwar Reflections of a Radical Traditionalist