If one of you catches me with a crucifix around my neck a decade from now you better not mention how you remember my musings of a Platonist nature from back in the day, unless you want to be taken to an alleyway. No no just be subtle about it. See, I started the day researching ceremonial magic and didn’t get very far–not because I think that would be implausible in general, or implausible for a minority, rather because I don’t see it flying with the flock, and we need to be concerned with these things. One of the side-duties, if we ever did develop a new Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, would be to figure out how to synthesize Hermes with Christ, so to speak, for the benefit of the herd, seeing as how the rise of scientism kills faith in Christ alone. This is Geist taking its course, evidently, and Christians would do well to shed their denial about this. One can still view them as peasants, the fact is they’re more perceptive peasants than they once were, so they need a modification of their transcendental-anchor or else they’ll lapse into the various forms of hedonism we find on display here in Weimar.

It isn’t easy to peer into occult realities, I don’t have as much of a pathos of distance anymore myself since realizing the demos reads me, for instance, and that seems to be one of the requirements. There’s a reason people don’t mess with that kind of stuff, and tend to align with either secularism or Christianity, because demonic entities, loa, whatever you want to call them, are real, and they know that on the most primal level. Some accuse our elites of being “Satanists”–from my personal experience with the occult, this is a real possibility. There’s political esotericism, that I get into when I speak of “the foundations in nothingness” when I try to get into the mindset of the framers of the Constitution, there’s also a religious esotericism, where you try to get to the origins of religion, and you necessarily have to expose yourself to all sorts of dangerous, extradimensional forces. Believe me or not, I don’t care, there are certain nonfictional elements in H. P. Lovecraft, as well as one of his main influences, another “fiction writer”, Arthur Machen, a member of the Golden Dawn and

It was Waite I was beginning to study this morning before I thought No, we need to think about the salvation of the demos… and from there I remembered Dugin on Orthodoxy. Dugin, who we know is both a Platonist and occultist. Heh reminds me of what I saw on jstor earlier

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