Sitting in a café, sipping a latte — the most Hyperborean of all coffees — I recently pondered that while many patriots are engaged in a right vs left political fight, another war is upon us which remains unseen by a large number of our kin.
That war is technocracy vs religion, or A.I. vs consciousness, or materialism vs spirit.
Each of the above descriptions differs somewhat in the way they might be understood. However, at a deep level, they describe the same overall battle. Yet the manner in which this struggle is promulgated will attract folk at differing levels of awakening. Some may baulk at the idea of religion, yet are comfortable with the idea of spirituality, especially if that spirituality reflects the ways of our forebears and the lands with which we are familiar.
When making decisions, whether they be our own daily choices or political rulings which affect many lives, it is vital that there is a spiritual base from which those decisions are made.
Those in positions of political power are almost totally devoid of spiritual understanding, and the deep state operators who control the political puppets are at best materialistic technocrats and at worst… something more sinister entirely.
Over time, the honest and genuine political activist is ground down by the sheer futility of fighting a seemingly unwinnable contest as the powers that be move the goalposts and play by a different set of rules as the rest of us.
And so it should become clear that engaging in the overt political arena with a materialist mindset and a mentality of winning votes is a very tricky business indeed.
The fact is that, aside from there being a war on for your mind, there is a long running battle for your very spirit. On one hand, the crushing of spirit is generally understood as the dampening of enthusiasm leading to apathy. But the real truth is that there is an agenda to destroy humanity — your folk spirit; your conscious self.
Explaining who (or what) is waging this war is not the purpose of this short article. The purpose is to get the man of action to understand that working purely in the material realm is not enough without a spiritual understanding. One should work through the material rather than in the material.
The great cycles turn ever onwards and we are presently rising up out of the wolf age and into a new era of awakening. You will have noticed this; despite the horrors seen daily, there are ever more individuals opening their eyes to the kinds of information that just a decade or two ago was almost universally ridiculed by our folk. Many are now seeking that spiritual base from which to form their opinions and some acknowledge the logic of looking towards their ancestral lineage for guidance.
But what can be done, day by day, by folk who are awakening yet are stuck in the modern soup of materialism, where their peers worship the new god ‘Wi-Fi’?
A monk in the Himalayas seemingly has the tranquility of his environment to aid the stilling of his mind and thus many in the modern West struggle with the notion of leading a spiritual existence, viewing it as difficult or even impossible when our hustle and bustle lifestyles are compared to the Tibetan Buddhist.
But two things must be remembered: firstly, our folk do have genuine spirituality which can be seen in such things as the Indian caste system, where the ancient Brahmins were in fact Aryan religious leaders who spread their knowledge during the folk wanderings (see Tilak, The Arctic Home in the Vedas, Arktos).
Secondly, it must be known that spirituality is ‘in here’ rather than ‘somewhere out there’. The god force is of course within and also around us, but in focusing on that which is within, one can slowly learn to ride the tiger of the commotion and chaos which surrounds us.
A good way to bring spirituality into daily life is to ritualise the mundane. The word ‘mundane’ means in this case ‘of the earthly world’.
Three opportunities to do this each day are to make a ritual out of observing something natural, such as a plant or tree, lifting weights and reading.
In the first case, one should take a few moments to closely observe a natural thing; rather than take a cursory glance, look deeper into a leaf. At first glance, it is green, but then notice the shades and the subtle browns and yellows, then see the intricate veins flowing just under the surface. Awakening can occur from this alone.
In regards to lifting weights, the session can be dedicated to a higher power such as the god Thor. Ensure lifts are done mindfully and try to diminish the ego. Feel the weight and breathe.
Reading is an excellent way to develop ritual. A special space can be created in the home and time can be specifically set aside. If one looks to our fairly recent ancestors, it will be seen that even such things as smoking a pipe or listening to a particular old-time radio broadcast were treated as a ritual both individually and as a family. These things were often looked forward to and made almost sacred by the high regard to which these actions were held.
Another obvious ritual, forgotten by many, is saying grace before a meal. This is a particular ritual that would be considered Christian. However, surely there is no better common-sense way to both honour the animal or vegetable about to be eaten and simultaneously honour the provider and preparer of the meal. That the saying of grace before a meal is largely ignored nowadays is an indicator of the depths of materialist depravity to which we have become accustomed.
The pressing issues of modernity may be so negative and extreme that the idea of creating little rituals seems petty and inconsequential, but it has to be remembered that building our spiritual awareness is certainly one of the greatest things we can do to fight back against the dark forces which are against us. The folk spirit of the European kindred frightens our enemies and the light we hold within must be allowed to shine.
This is fundamentally a spiritual war.