Tag: consciousness

Meditations on the Black Sun - Part 1

Meditations on the Black Sun – Part 1

By Volksieg AOR

The sole intention of this piece is to provide food for thought and, perhaps, to act as a launch pad for further discussion and exploration. None of the writings below should, of course, be considered “Holy Writ” or any such dogmatic nonsense but should be treated as they truly are: mere threads of thought collected as they became apparent. Therefore, I leave it up to you, dear reader, to ascribe any objective value of truth as is deemed necessary.
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May 24, 2013 More
True Potential

True Potential

by Redwald AOR

One of the most frustrating realisations one can have on the journey towards personal enlightenment comes in the moments we pause, look around and see the lack of ambition in our fellow man. Continue reading

November 6, 2011 More
Positive Resistance as Heathen Virtue

Positive Resistance as Heathen Virtue

Within a sound morality and in recognition of the lifestruggle is the virtue of resistance: resistance to degeneracy, to vice, to atheism, to monotheism, to universalism, unsoundness, stagnancy, ad infinitum. Continue reading

March 18, 2011 More

Perfect Myth (a fleeting reflection)

By Eowyn OR

We wistfully imagine the perfect world with a characteristic sigh that simultaneously acknowledges that it just can’t be. And therein lies the real crux of the matter. In striving for perfection, our ego creates in our mind’s eye a static image- a model carved in stone- of something we think we ‘have to’ reach, whilst simultaneously in our hearts, we know this is impossible to achieve. Continue reading

November 29, 2010 More
Yggdrasil - The Tree of Life and Death

Yggdrasil – The Tree of Life and Death

The multiversal concept of Yggdrasil, the World Tree, has been touched on many times elsewhere. The material presented here is a drawing together of these threads, weaving them into a composite picture. Continue reading

August 30, 2009 More

The Æsir – An introduction

In our attempts to write about the characteristics of our racial gods and goddesses, it is all too easy to fall into the trap mentioned in other articles in this series – that of seeing them as literary figments, characters in old stories and not as beings actually existing in a wider reality than that of the material world. Continue reading

August 30, 2009 More