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P R Reddall argues that in order to be effective in fighting for one’s beliefs, one must not only develop intellectual understanding but also cultivate physical strength and connect with one’s inner spirit.

There is a great danger that many of our right-minded folk will spend their last days overthinking the issues of the day.

In opposition to sixty plus years of cultural Marxism marching almost unhindered through Western institutions, right-wing intellectuals are now in ascendance, aided not least by the works published by Arktos Media. But intellectualism is not enough.

I use the terms ‘right-wing’, ‘cultural Marxism’ and ‘Western’ very loosely, for these terms, while popular, have wide-reaching descriptions and grey areas which are vast. Does the term ‘right-wing’ simply describe someone with a conservative political view? The corporate media is quick to utilise the ‘right-wing’ label, yet they often do so to describe individuals who hold to an ideal which actually crosses many political (and non-political) boundaries.

The above paragraph is actually where our problem lies, for so many folk wish to nitpick and debate the little things when everything around us burns and falls.

If a man were to spend a decade compiling a library of interesting esoteric and exoteric literature, he could show this wondrous collection off to his peers. It would boost his ego. Yet consider the idea of a man who builds a great gymnasium, with barbells, kettlebells and machines. If he were to take his friends on a tour of this temple of iron, might it not raise the question of incongruence if that man was stick-thin and unhealthy in appearance?

And so we must consider our books not as something to boast about but as tools with which to educate the brain… with a higher purpose. That purpose is to transform the information into something both ideological and physical and which is connected to the spirit.

We live in an arena, which can be called Midgard, and we have at our disposal an intellect, a body and a spirit. The intellect (or brain) and our body are simple concepts which can easily be understood. The spirit is perhaps harder to describe in words, yet I would argue that the most important war being presently fought is between those who have a belief in a higher power and those who do not. Such a higher power, consciousness, gods, or however one wishes to describe such things, are intrinsically connected to this inner spirit or ‘self’, akin, let us say, to a two-way radio transmission. It should be noted that in the present Yuga, proper and complete knowledge of this higher power cannot yet be fully comprehended, but that does not mean it can be ignored.

So then, my argument pertains to the widening of one’s vision to encompass not merely the books which help to develop an intellectual worldview, but also our physical bodies and our inner folk spirit.

A physically weak intellectual cannot wage war on the material plane. A strong man can wage war, but without an ideology he will become disillusioned. The godly man can, it may be argued, fight a holy war on the spiritual plane, yet considering our present incarnation is here in Midgard, it would likely be foolish not to also take action on the physical plane.

The logical approach, therefore, is to work on all three of these important concepts: the intellectual, the physical and the spiritual.

Some years ago, I led a meditation on raising what I referred to as an avatar; a leader for our folk. The visualisation aspect of this meditation was left to the individuals taking part, but if you had to create your own version of this great folk leader, what would he look like? A purely spiritual, priest-like character? A strong, muscular but intellectually retarded man? A high IQ problem solver?

Or a combination of all three?

As we await this mythological leader to manifest himself, arising when the time is right, I challenge you, dear reader, to raise your standards in all of the three aforementioned areas of intellect, physicality and spirit.

In doing so, in performing the rituals of reading, strength-building and religious practice, we become beacons of light which brighten the way for our folk.

Do not dismiss the truth of this.

The cycles of the ages continue in their revolution and we are presently on the up-curve of a New Awakening.

Hail the gods of our folk!

The Arktos Restoration Initiative

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P R Reddall

P R Reddall grew up in the industrial midlands, but a love of the countryside saw him move to a small village in the west of England where he presently lives with his wife, three children and dog. Always pagan in his views, he came upon the faith of Odinism in his late teens. It appealed to his sense of natural order and offered a logical folkish lineage to gods and ancestors. He leads a small Odinist hearth, enjoys hikes in the mountains, lifting weights, riding his motorcycle and playing the guitar.

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