The Church of Britain and the Church of Rome: Contrasting Forms of Christianity

In a previous article I emphasized the need to revive paganism as a way to release the West from its cultural decay. While I still maintain that this is necessary on a certain level, I have since converted to Christianity, which may come as a surprise to my readers. However, I wish to emphasize that …

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“Separate the Wheat from the Chaff” – The Art of Discrimination

In attempting to write articles in recent months, I have struggled to express myself in a way that I feel satisfied with. That is, I have found it immensely more difficult to be content with what I had written, and have even taken down some articles as I began to question the ideals which I …

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To be an ‘Aryan,’ Part II: The Racial Composition of Europe and the Intrusion of Alien Elements

I have written before on what it means to be 'Aryan' in the current Dark Age, noting how the prehistoric Aryan race had been mixed with the peoples they encountered, and for the basis of the modern-day Indo-European cultures. At the time, most of what I knew about the subject came from an Indo-Aryan perspective, …

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World of Illusion: Living within a Fabricated Reality

As we drift through our lives, day to day, it can be easy to forget that much of what we experience as reality to ourselves is artificial. Our species has managed to construct ever more elaborate means to simulate experience though media devices and much of what is considered “entertainment” these days. While it is …

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The Creed of Caledon: A Revival of Ancient Ways

Welcome to the Creed of Caledon, a blog dedicated to exploring the traditions and history of Aryan culture from the perspective of the Scottish/British tribe. I have returned to writing after the original Wotansvolk kindred known as the 'Creed of Caledon' became defunct and I needed some time to reorient my purpose in writing articles …

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Conservative Revolution: Reflections on “Men Among the Ruins”

I have recently been reading Men Among the Ruins: Post-War Reflections of a Radical Traditionalist by the Italian philosopher, Julius Evola, and have myself been reflecting on some of the concepts expressed in the book, particularly with regards to authority and the nature of the 'nation' and the 'state'. I wish to explore what it …

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On the Power of Words and Thoughts

One of the ways in which mankind differs from the animal kingdom is in the ability to use verbal communication in the form of language. Animals do have the ability to communicate through sounds and gestures as we do, but they lack the capability to form abstract concepts that may have no immediate relevance to …

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