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OVER WITHOUT A MAN: THE ETERNITY BETWEEN DAWN AND NOON

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Amor Fati – Nietzsche


Brutum Bestiale: Lightning and Frenzy


Aristocratic Philosophy


Coming Soon: Aristokratia Volume II – January 2014

“Without weakening and compromise we oppose the lowering of the spiritual level, as it has been elevated into a system by contemporary man…We are reacting against the loss of all higher meaning in life; against the materialization, socialization, and standardization to which everything is subjected…We want to be a danger, a challenge, and an indictment…of all that is weak and directed toward compromising solutions, and which stands enslaved by prevailing opinion and small-minded adaptations to the moment…the unmoving protest against the tyranny of the economic and the social that insolently permeates everything, and against the decline of any higher viewpoint into the most pitiable humanism.” – Julius Evola


UBERMENSCH – A Holy Yes to Life

“In Deadly Game of Will to Power und the Spirit to Break exist only Two Overrules: The First Rule – Create by Decease! The Second Rule – Construct by Death! For what? So that the End of Nothing come! Das Ende des Nichts! What for? Only the End of Nothing is the Beginning of the Nothing to Power… Only the End of Emptiness is the Beginning of the Emptiness to Supremacy… Stunde des Blitzes/the Hour of Lightnings – Stunde des Blitze/the Hour of Lightnings For No One! Für keinen!” – Azsacra Zarathustra


Emil Cioran – Reflection

“To detach yourself elegantly from the world; to give contour and grace to sadness; a solitude in style; a walk that gives cadence to memories; stepping towards the intangible; with the breath in the trembling margins of things; the past reborn in the overflow of fragrances; the smell, through which we conquer time; the contour of the invisible things; the forms of the immaterial; to deepen yourself in the intangible; to touch the world airborne by smell; aerial dialogue and gliding dissolution; to bathe in your own reflecting fragmentation…”
– Emil Cioran