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Rupes Nigra

Author(s): Alexander Wolfheze

An Archaeo-Futurist Countdown in Twelve Essays

Rupes Nigra provides an Archaeo-Futurist diagnosis of the impending — rather ongoing — downfall of the West. Its twelve essays ‘count down’ from large to small: from ‘hard’ geopolitics, through ‘permeable’ socio-anthropology and ‘soft’ metapolitics, to ‘abstract’ metanarratives. At the same time, Rupes Nigra ‘counts up’ from small to large: it shows how even the (geopolitically, economically) ‘hardest wired’ power structures and even the (sociologically, culturally) most ‘freely willed’ life-worlds are ultimately dependent on (philosophically, religiously defined) world-view reference-frames. Combining traditionalist and experimental analyses, Rupes Nigra confronts the approaching ‘event horizon’ of Western civilization and it points to the resultant ‘window of opportunity for a revolutionary ‘Great Reset from the Right’. Uncovering the numinous power of key New Right concepts, including Carl Schmitt’s decisionist acceleration, Eurasianist neo-imperialism and Jason Jorjani’s self-surpassing wisdom-worship, Rupes Nigra guides young Western readers to a radical reappropriation of their heritage — and their Archaeo-Futurist Revolution.

  • Alexander Wolfheze’s Rupes Nigra: An Archaeo-Futurist Countdown in Twelve Essays is a profound, beautifully written and illustrated reflection on issues raised by the European New Right (ENR) and its American cousin, the alt-right.
    Kevin Barrett, Unz ReviewUnz Review
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List of Illustrations


  • ‘The Falling Man’
  • ‘On the Beach’
  • ‘Hagia Sophia’
  • Acknowledgements


  • Terminology
  • Organization
  • Presentation

Chapter Twelve: From the Arsenal of Hephaestus

  • Prologue: the Anatomy Lesson of Carl Schmitt and Robert Steuckers
  • 1. The World of Normativism as Will and Representation
  • 2. Through the Glass Ceiling of Postmodernity
  • 3. Liberalism as Totalitarian Nihilism
  • 4. Liberalism as Politicide
  • 5. Liberalism as Anti-Law and Anti-State
  • 6. The Real Right Opposition as ‘Authority in the Making’
  • 7. Decisionism as State Theory
  • 8. The Antinomianist Project of the Hostile Elite
  • 9. The Decisionist Alternative
  • 10. The Eurasianist Dimension

Chapter Eleven: Le Rouge et le Noir

  • Prologue: ‘Trois Couleurs’
  • What is the Cultural-Historical Role of Eurasianism?
  • What is the Meaning of ‘Ethnicity’ within Eurasianist Thought?
  • What is the Meaning of ‘Nationalism’ within Eurasianist Thought?
  • What Is the Eurasianist Alternative to ‘Globalia’?
  • What is the Eurasianist Perspective on the Globalist ‘Ethnic Replacement’?
  • What is the Eurasianist Diagnosis of Western Postmodernity?
  • What is the Eurasianist Prognosis for Western Postmodernity?
  • Coda

Chapter Ten: Edelweiss

  • Prologue: Wormtongue in Zürich
  • 1. The Red Weed
  • 2. The European Kata-Morphosis
  • 3. Globalist Anti-Europe Project
  • 4. The Archaeo-Futurist Alternative
  • 5. Sacrum Imperium
  • 6. Ex Oriente Lux
  • 7. Edelweiss-heit

Chapter Nine: The Devouring

  • ‘A Season of Faith’s Perfection’
  • Finis Hollandia
  • From Racial Prejudice to Bio-Realism
  • Porajmos
  • The Indictment

Chapter Eight: Broken Arrow

  • The Border Guard
  • The Guardian of the Threshold
  • ‘Voyage au bout de la nuit’
  • The Night Watch
  • The Changing of the Guard
  • The Exorcism of Political Correctness
  • The Bruised Reed
  • ‘Yes, We Can’
  • ‘Broken Arrow’

Chapter Seven: Swamp and Snake

  • 1. ‘Finding Forrester’: Hollywood-Style Cultural Pathology
  • 2. ‘Heads We’re Dancing’: Art Rock-Style Cultural Pathology
  • 3. ‘La vie en rose’: Art House-style Culture Pathology
  • 4. The Knavs Case: American Media Propaganda
  • 5. The Hegedüs Case: Dutch Media Propaganda

Chapter Six: Operation Belisarius

  • Acknowledgements
  • Structures
  • Preliminaries
  • Disclaimers
  • Departures
  • ‘Falling Down’
  • ‘Wind River’
  • The Sphinx
  • Reconquista
  • Plus Ultra
  • Operation Belisarius
  • The Guardian
  • Postscript

Chapter Five: From JQ to IQ

  • ‘Event Horizon’
  • ‘A City upon a Hill’
  • ‘Die fröhliche Wissenschaft’
  • ‘Söhne des Bundes’
  • ‘Justified and Ancient’
  • Postscript

Chapter Four: Real Right Revolution: Dutch Preliminaries

  • Unus pro omnibus omnes pro uno
  • Thesauros absconditos et arcana secretorum
  • Ante portas
  • Procellaria pelagica
  • In hoc signo vinces
  • Alieni juris
  • E pluribus unum
  • Dura lex sed lex
  • Ad astra per aspera

Chapter Three: Drei letzte Lieder

  • ‘The Seven Storey Mountain’
  • ‘Im Abendrot’
  • ‘Beim Schlafengehen’

Chapter Two: The Great Year

  • Preliminaries
  • Prologue: Ex Oriente Lux
  • The Great Year
  • Aryan Foundations: Four Royal Stars
  • Aryan Strivings: Project Paradise
  • Aryan Archetypes: Twelve Pillars of Wisdom
  • Postscript: ‘Project Arrowhead’

Chapter One: The Black Stone

  • Prologue: the ‘Islamic Question’
  • ‘L’arco e la clava’
  • Al-Khanjar
  • Al-Ḥajaru al-᾿Aswad
  • Al-Ḥajj

Postscript: Dream-Quest of Unknown Al-Aḥqaf

Appendix A: Deep Right Rising

  • Prologue: The Western Real/New Right as a Global Geopolitical Force
  • ‘Darkness at Noon’
  • Tabula Rasa
  • White Genocide Revisited
  • Structures and Quotations
  • Definitions and Directions
  • Aphorisms and Road Signs
  • ‘True Colours’
  • The Archaeo-Futurist Revolution Revisited
  • Postscript: ‘From the New World’

Appendix B: ‘The Great Year Revisited’: The Persian Calendar

Appendix C: Albus in Albis: an ‘Islamic Question’ Encore

  • ‘True White’
  • ‘True Right’
  • ‘True Heart’
  • ‘True Islam’
  • ‘True North’
  • Postscript: ‘Supplication of the Shattered’



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1 review for Rupes Nigra

  1. DominikW

    Have only read the first few chapters (12-10). So far it is just commentary on a work Steuckers wrote about Carl Schmitt, a bunch of platitudes such as “the Dutch people must reverse the current situation”, and the outdated 1970s-early 2000s view that ethnicity is a cultural construct, ignoring the genetic advances made possible by the decoding of the human genome in 2003, which can pinpoint racial /ethnic background remarkably well.
    Will edit review or make another if I discover anything truly original or enticing.

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