The Mountain Spring – Qu Qiang I

There is a brook in the mountains, Nobody I ask knows its name. It shines on the earth like a piece Of the sky. It falls away In waterfalls, with a sound Like rain. It twists between rocks And makes deep pools. It divides Into islands. It flows through Calm reaches. It goes its way … Continue reading The Mountain Spring – Qu Qiang I

Civilized

Barbarity, we claim, Is a problem only in foreign lands And we excuse our indifference Because of large bodies of water. We look at the civil wars of the East And we boast of our Western civilized-ness While we murder our babies And turn them into face products. Evil never looked so good, Or so … Continue reading Civilized

A Prayer of Intersession To Saint Alfred The Great For America

O holy right-believing Alfred, great king of Wessex and father of the English nation, hear our supplication. Thou hast shown us an indelible example of courage and faith in the marshes of Æthelney, when all England was suffering the depredation of the heathen Danes. Thou didst build up the defenses of thy kingdom as thou … Continue reading A Prayer of Intersession To Saint Alfred The Great For America

We Are Not Sorry

Won't apologize for various ancestors spreading Christianity and Civilization across the world. #ColumbusDay #HappyColumbusDay #WeAreNotSorry #IndigenousPeoplesDay #Civilization #Christianity #SpanishEmpire #BritishEmpire

Happy Columbus Day

Won't apologize for various ancestors spreading Christianity and Civilization across the world. #ColumbusDay #HappyColumbusDay #WeAreNotSorry #IndigenousPeoplesDay #Civilization #Christianity #SpanishEmpire #BritishEmpire

A Lament

O restless heart! Sorrowful soul! Hungry for temporal purpose, Sitting alone in the dark American night. What is left to me? Laments and torments at the state of my world? Laments and torments at the erasure of my nations and people? Am I cursed to peace and passive witness? When do we act and how? … Continue reading A Lament

Windblown Grasses – Haiku

Windblown grasses All the world over, An ancient memorial to nameless soldiers. ... Dreams of fame and glory Soaked the fields of battle Soil and dust remain. ... Bleached bones On the side of the road - Rucksack full of haiku Atlanta - 2020 Painting: Edmund Kanoldt: View of the Campo d ' Hannibal at … Continue reading Windblown Grasses – Haiku

The Dangers Of Great Teachers & Their Heresies – Saint Vincent of Lerins – The Commonitory – An Indictment Against the Reformation

From: The Commonitory -  Saint Vincent of Lerins - A.D. 495 Chapter XVII & XVIII The Error of Origen a great Trial to the Church. [42.] We said above that in the Church of God the teacher's error is the people's trial, a trial by so much the greater in proportion to the greater learning … Continue reading The Dangers Of Great Teachers & Their Heresies – Saint Vincent of Lerins – The Commonitory – An Indictment Against the Reformation

Memento Mori – Morning Prayer – A Prayer to the Holy Trinity

A Prayer to the Holy Trinity Arising from sleep I thank thee, O holy Trinity, because of the abundance of thy goodness and long suffering thou wast not wroth with me, slothful and sinful as I am; neither hast thou destroyed me in my transgressions: but in thy compassion raised me up, as I lay … Continue reading Memento Mori – Morning Prayer – A Prayer to the Holy Trinity

Fatherland – Work – Family: My Political Compass Results

So I took this political compass test, and I feel like it is one of the more accurate tests out there of this kind. It doesn't fall under the usual left right dialectic but takes into account several factors for a more nuanced look at a persons political views. My Results Take the test yourself … Continue reading Fatherland – Work – Family: My Political Compass Results

(Video) Memento Mori – Yukio Mishima – On an Honorable Death

I echo these sentiments as I often feel like I was born in the wrong age. I value every blessing God has given me, but I loath the world that modern men have built. Yukio Mishima took action and failed, but he got his honorable death.

They Rage Against Your Strong Hand

The Saxon The Vandal The Roman The Celt The Greek The Frank They all live inside you Man of the West. The red in your beard The arch in your nose The blood in your veins Are all memorials to your violent past Memorials to your forgotten greatness. You are not barbaric, man of the … Continue reading They Rage Against Your Strong Hand

Video: Keith Woods – What is The Third Position?

Keith Woods gives a good summation of my current political inclinations. I see these ideas as more of a stepping stone back to the most organic form of government which is Monarchy. I encourage those of you who will naturally have a knee jerk reaction to this and dismiss it outright to persevere and listen … Continue reading Video: Keith Woods – What is The Third Position?

How Logic is Necessary – Epictetus

When one of the company said to him, “Convince me that logic is necessary,” Would you have me demonstrate it to you? he said. “Yes.” Then I must use a demonstrative form of argument. “Granted.” And how will you know, then, whether my arguments mislead you? On this, the man being silent, Epictetus said, You … Continue reading How Logic is Necessary – Epictetus

St. Vincent of Lerins Defends The Importance Of Tradition – Circa A.D.437

The Commonitory - Chapter VI. The Example of Pope Stephen in Resisting the Iteration of Baptism Great then is the example of these same blessed men, an example plainly divine, and worthy to be called to mind, and meditated upon continually by every true Catholic, who, like the seven-branched candlestick, shining with the sevenfold light … Continue reading St. Vincent of Lerins Defends The Importance Of Tradition – Circa A.D.437

Norman and Saxon – Rudyard Kipling

Norman and Saxon A.D. 1100 "My son," said the Norman Baron, "I am dying, and you will be heir To all the broad acres in England that William gave me for my share When we conquered the Saxon at Hastings, and a nice little handful it is. But before you go over to rule it … Continue reading Norman and Saxon – Rudyard Kipling

The Wrath Of The Awakened Saxon – Rudyard Kipling

THE WRATH OF THE AWAKENED SAXON by Rudyard Kipling It was not part of their blood, It came to them very late, With long arrears to make good, When the Saxon began to hate. They were not easily moved, They were icy -- willing to wait Till every count should be proved, Ere the Saxon … Continue reading The Wrath Of The Awakened Saxon – Rudyard Kipling

Some Thoughts on Nationalism – Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera

Some Thoughts on Nationalism April 1934 THE ROMANTIC CONCEPTION OF NATIONHOOD The romantic belief in the intrinsic goodness of man was the elder sister of the faith in the intrinsic goodness of peoples. ‘Man is born free and finds himself everywhere in fetters,’ said Rousseau. The ideal was, therefore, to give his original freedom and … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Nationalism – Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera

Letter To General Franco – José Antonio Primo de Rivera

LETTER TO GENERAL FRANCO Madrid, September 24th, 1934 Dear General, These moments I spend writing to you may well be the last chance we have of communicating with each other; my last chance to serve Spain by writing to you. This is why I do not hesitate to take the opportunity, though at first sight … Continue reading Letter To General Franco – José Antonio Primo de Rivera

Proclamation of the Spanish Falange of the J.O.N.S. – Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera

Proclamation of the Spanish Falange of the J.O.N.S. Presented by José Antonio Primo de Rivera as a speech to Falangists at the Teatro Calderón, Valladolid, March 4, 1934 This is not the place to applaud anyone or to cheer. Here no one is anybody, each is only a mere component, a soldier of this task-force set … Continue reading Proclamation of the Spanish Falange of the J.O.N.S. – Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera