Eye of The Storm – Volume Two


IN this second volume in our popular series on the Conservative Revolutionaries, we continue our timely examination of the life and thought of some of Germany’s most crucial, anti-modern philosophers who were active during the inter-war period. With a seriously heavyweight line-up drawn from the world of National-Anarchism, the New Right and underground counter-culture, this book contains twelve brilliant chapters that reveal the continuing relevance of these important intellectual precursors. Topics include Ernst Jünger and Max Stirner (Troy Southgate), Friedrich Georg Jünger: The Titans and the Coming of the Titanic Age (Tomislav Sunic), Claus von Stauffenberg and Operation Valkyrie: Der Heilige Deutschland? (Piercarlo Bormida), Carl Schmitt and the Nomos of the Earth (Keith Preston), Ode to Juenger (Richard Levy), Chained to the Machine: Oswald Spengler’s Man and Technics (Troy Southgate), Come Now, Fire! Heidegger and the Conservative Revolution (Von Sanngetall), The Magic Cancellation of Crisis and the ‘Physiognomic Method’ of Ernst Jünger (Robert Steuckers), The Political Theory of Carl Schmitt (Keith Preston), Stefan George: Poet and Prophet of Redemption (Julio Cesar Pino), Ernst Jünger: The Resolute Life of an Anarch (Keith Preston) and A Dream Betrayed: Arthur Moller van den Bruck and the Concept of the Third Reich (Sean Jobst).

Restrained mildness and stillness


Picture taken in the Provence, a sacred region of France

All power is to be placed in restrained mildness and stillness, and the innermost rest of resoluteness is to be preserved for the playing out of the highest necessities of Dasein from the most intrinsic plight and most extrinsic affliction. Steadfastness of the simple gaze at what is Essentially unique – the increasing ability to detach oneself from everything whereby ‘one’ can only ‘be’ at the point of doing something.”

Heidegger, Ponderings and Intimations III

Europa Erwache


Started practicing the Sacred Occidental Art of Kalligraphy. It will take time and patience to perfect this particular Art. That does not matter at all. Time well spent in this Age of trivilization, in this Kali Yuga. Patience and perfection are no longer virtues anymore. What counts is speed and utilitarianism.

The picture is taken in France, the Provence, which has become my spiritual homeland. A region full of authentic beauty, where the historical Destiny of the West can still be felt.

Von Sanngetall, 129 yf