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Another Review of Aristokratia II


Review of Aristokratia Vol. II

Aristokratia Vol. II (Julius Evola Edition) – Now Available


Ride the Tiger – Tribute to Julius Evola (Video & Music by KALKI)

“When a civilisation is reaching its end, it is difficult to achieve anything by resisting it and by directly opposing the forces in motion. The current is too strong; one would be over-whelmed. The essential thing is not to let oneself be impressed by the omnipotence and apparent triumph of the forces of the epoch. These forces, devoid of connection with any higher principle, are in fact on a short chain. One should not become fixated on the present and on things at hand, but keep in view the conditions that may come about in the future.”

– Julius Evola, Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul


New Video from ARISTOKRATIA – Sentinel (Nova Roma – New Rome)

(Music: VNV Nation – Sentinel)

Video: KALKI & Aristokratia

“Can we say that we are free, our hands are bound and voices silent
I’m sure it’s not a dream, I am awake, my eyes are open
I can’t accept and won’t concede in aftermath we find redemption
The causes that are seized, and disguised as revolution”

“Quell the rage that deeply seethes the extremes of these devotions
Dismantle a machine, the device of their creation
I can’t accept and won’t concede that this is who we are
The conflict that is seized and disguised as greater notions”

“To the songs that sing of glory and the brave
Are we dreaming there are better days to come?
When will the banners and the victory parades
celebrate the day a better world is won?
On the day the storm has just begun
I will still hope there are better days to come”


“All men agree that a just distribution must be according to merit in some sense; they do not all specify the same sort of merit, but democrats identify it with freemen, supporters of oligarchy with wealth (or noble birth), and supporters of aristocracy with excellence.” – Aristotle


Nietzsche – The Descent of Power

“When power becomes gracious and descends into the visible — such descent I call beauty. And there is nobody from whom I want beauty as much as from you who are powerful: let your kindness be your final self-conquest.”

– Friedrich Nietzsche