Loralee on LOTR as the Dream of the West | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.      Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link     Loralee returns to discuss how we can read the characters and symbols in Lord of the Rings as both your personal dream and a collective dream of the West, providing guidance and wisdom for our current troubles. Note you do not have to be a … Continue reading Loralee on LOTR as the Dream of the West | TAP

John Bruce Leonard of Arktos Media & Journal | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute     We welcomed John Bruce Leonard, Editor-in-Chief of Arktos media, to The After Party. A fascinating discussion surveying the present paradigm ensued. *Please note that there were audio glitches from YouTube in the beginning, audio starts at 13:24   ~Topics included~ -The instincts behind, and goals for, globalism. -The … Continue reading John Bruce Leonard of Arktos Media & Journal | TAP

Mimir’s Brunnr on the EU as the New Rome and More | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link   We welcomed Phil Simpson of the YouTube channel, Mimir’s Brunnr, to The After Party.   ~We discussed~ The team behind the videos. Concepts of life, death, cycles, and courage in ancient Europe. Contrasts of the above to modern notions. Empire and domination. Natural lifestyles. The twin needs in … Continue reading Mimir’s Brunnr on the EU as the New Rome and More | TAP

Spring Incantation: The Western Sunrise

Direct YouTube Link BitChute Backup   An incantation to mark the spring season of 2019, to celebrate and revivify the men and women of the West. Written by Jared George (The Great Order) and recited by Jared and Jason Köhne (No White Guilt) Background Music: “Nimrod,” by Edward Elgar   Text: It is spring The unconquerable sun returns This time, the equinox with light and … Continue reading Spring Incantation: The Western Sunrise

Purpose, Belonging & The Great Natural Order | Red Ice Interview

 Video-only version of hour one on Red Ice site. Audio-only version of hour one on Red Ice site. Direct BitChute video link   *Please note for video versions: In the beginning I was not monitoring what the audience was seeing, so the paintings Henrik prompts on screen don’t always match the painting I am speaking about. See the paintings and follow along here. ~ … Continue reading Purpose, Belonging & The Great Natural Order | Red Ice Interview

Rachel Summers on her book, The Forgetting | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.   Direct YouTube Link First episode of The After Party of 2019! Rachel Summers dropped out of a PhD program to become an independent author and scholar, writing her first book while working in a motorcycle repair shop.   We discuss the American South, authority and control, prescribed thinking in academia, the death of the American … Continue reading Rachel Summers on her book, The Forgetting | TAP

Heiðrūn, Lady of the Free Folk on Reconstituting Civilization | TAP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   Regardless of your religious convictions or lack thereof, this conversation provides much by delving very deeply into the essence of being a European person, the ways of our ancestors, and how our natural inclinations need to express now, pushing back against the meaningless modern culture that has wounded us. This … Continue reading Heiðrūn, Lady of the Free Folk on Reconstituting Civilization | TAP

Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”

Watch the embedded video. Direct BitChute Link My most personal video yet. This reveals an integrating and inspiring experience I had, using that story as a way to discuss the meaning and purpose many people yearn for today. I overlay Jordan Peterson’s idea of child’s play onto M. Scott Peck’s four stages of spiritual development to arrive at a notion that may prompt you to … Continue reading Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”