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Jonathan Bowden

Jonathan BowdenJonathan Bowden (1962 – 2012) was an author, artist, intellectual, and political figure in the United Kingdom, best remembered for his formidable oratory. A Nietzschean, he was a proponent of elitism, power morality, and aesthetic modernism. At the same time, he possessed a Gothic sensibility and was an insightful cultural analyst of popular forms such as comics, graphic novels, cinema, and heroic and horror fiction. He was highly unusual as a British intellectual: while most thinkers from these isles are pragmatists and suspicious of theory, Jonathan drew from the theory-heavy tradition of continental European philosophy. He perceived his rôle as that of a revisionist, his mission being to recuperate, reinterpret, and recast Western cultural forms emphatically from an elitist perspective, in order so that, amidst the ruins of this age of liberal-egalitarian decline, a powerful counter-cultural proposition may arise, rooted in notions of strength, pride, heroic vitalism, Faustian adventurism, and tradition, the latter of which he saw never as conservative but as a endless renewal and reaffirmation.

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Houston Stewart Chamberlain

Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1855 – 1927) was an British author of books on political philosophy, music, and natural science. An ardent admirer of Richard Wagner, who would become his father-in-law, Chamberlain wrote several commentaries on Wagner’s work. As a völkisch author, his books were well received in his adopted homeland, Germany, enjoying royal patronage from Kaiser Wilhelm II, while his best known work, The Foundations of the Nineteen Century, remained standard reference and curricular reading until the end of World War II.

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Madison Grant

Madison Grant (1865 – 1937) was an American lawyer, historian, physical anthropologist, conservationist, and eugenicist. Born in New York city, attended Yale University, graduating early and with honours, and received his law degree from Columbia Law School. He is best known for his work as a conservationist, credited with the saving of many different species of animals, founding many different environmental and philanthropic organizations and developing much of the discipline of wildlife management. His works include The Passing of the Great Race (1916), his most famous work, and The Conquest of a Continent (1933), an ethnological history of the United States that was later suppressed for eighty years.

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Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard

Major Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard, DSO, MC, FRGS, FZS (1876 – 1922) was an explorer, adventurer, big-game hunter, and marksman who made a significant contribution to sniping practice within the British Army during the First World War. During his lifetime, he also explored territory never seen before, played cricket at first-class level, including on overseas tours, wrote short stories and novels (one of which was turned into a Douglas Fairbanks film), and was a successful newspaper correspondent and travel writer. His many activities brought him into the highest social and professional circles. His personal friends included the heroic Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott. Despite a lifetime's passion for shooting, he was an active campaigner for animal welfare and succeeded in seeing legal measures introduced for their protection.

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Alex Kurtagić

Alex Kurtagić (b. 1970) is a cultural commentator, novelist, musician, and artist. He is the author of the dystopian novel Mister (a dystopian satirical novel and ruthless critique of 'respectable' conservatism, published by Iron Sky Publishing, 2009), the founder and director of Supernal Music, and the editor-in-chief of Wermod and Wermod Publishing Group. Hundreds of his articles and essays can be found dispersed throughout a variety of publications. He has spoken at conferences and private events on both sides of the Atlantic. Examples of his album and book covers and other artwork can be found in this website. His writing deals with topics relating to culture, society, politics, music, moral philosophy, and community relations in the contemporary West.

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Cesare Lombroso

Cesare LombrosoCesare Lombroso (1835 - 1909) was an Italian criminologist, psychiatrist, and physician. He is known as the father of criminology, criminal anthropology, and the Italian School of Positivist Criminology. Whereas before the focus had been on the crime, his research put the focus for the first time on the criminal. His best-known work is L’uomo delinquente (1876), which went through five editions in his lifetime. He was also one of the first to collect and study psychiatric art.

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H. P. Lovecraft

H P LovecraftHoward Phillips Lovecraft (1890 – 1937) was an American author of weird fiction, a genre pre-dating the conventions of genre fiction that encompasses supernatural, mythical, and science fiction. Obscure in his lifetime, he is now regarded as one of the most influential horror writers of the 20th century. As much a scientist as an aesthete and intellectual, his outlook was fundamentally aristocratic, traditionalist, and anti-humanist—in his and our age, a man against time.



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John Robison

John RobisonJohn Robison (1739 - 1805) was a Scottish physician and mathematician. He taught philosophy at the University of Edinburgh and was the first General Secretary of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The inventor of the siren, and collaborator of James Watt in the development of an early steam car, in later life Robison sought to understand the causes of the French Revolution, and, as a former Freemason, the rôle of secret societies in spreading the ‘Enlightenment’ ideas that led to the Terror; he published his conclusions in Proofs of a Conspiracy, his best-known book. He is the father of the modern conspiracy theory of history in the English language.

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Miguel Serrano

Miguel Serrano (1917 – 2009) was a Chilean diplomat, explorer, poet, and author of books on spiritual questing and, towards the end of his life, Esoteric Hitlerism. In his writing, part fiction, part fantasy, part autobiography, part mytho-history, he synthesised Hindu, Celtic, and Nordic mythology, Tantrism, Gnosticism, Traditionalism, Jung's theory of synchronism and the archetypes, conspiracy, the hollow earth theory, UFOlogy, and National Socialism. Personal friends with Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Carl Gustav Jung, and Hermann Hesse, and acquainted with Julius Evola and Ezra Pound, he was the author of nearly thirty books, a number of which were translated into English and published by Routledge.

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Troy Southgate

Troy Southgate (b. 1965) was born in Crystal Palace, South London, and has been involved in revolutionary politics as both an activist and underground journalist for over 25 years. He is the author of Tradition & Revolution (2007), Nazis, Fascists, or Neither: The Ideological Credentials of the British Far Right 1987 - 1994 (2010), and Otto Strasser: Life and Times of a German Socialist (2010). As a publisher, he has edited numerous volumes on Hillaire Belloc, T. S. Eliot, Julius Evola, Frierich Nietzsche, Yukio Mishima, and Woden, among others. Elsewhere, he has been involved with almost 20 different music projects, most notably HERR, Seelenlicht, Von Thronstahl and Horologium. Troy has four children and educates them at home.

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Lothrop Stoddard

Theodor Lothrop Stoddard, PhD (Harv.) (1883 – 1950) was an American political scientist, historian, journalist, anthropologist, eugenicist, pacifist, and immigration restriction advocate. A popular author and journalist until World War II, he is known for books like The French Revolution in San Domingo (1914), The Rising Tide of Colour Against White World-Supremacy (1920), New Worlds of Islam (1921), The Revolt Against Civilization (1922), and Into the Darkness (1940).

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Tomislav Sunić

Dr Tomislav (Tom) Sunić (b. 1953) is a former US professor, author, translator and a former Croat diplomat. He did his undergraduate work in literature and languages in Europe. He obtained his doctoral degree in political science at the University of California. Dr Sunić has published books and articles in French, German, English, and Croatian on subjects of cultural pessimism, the psychology of communism and liberalism, and the use and abuse of modern languages in modern political discourse. His articles, essays, and audio and video presentations can be found archived on his official website.

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Francis Parker Yockey

Francis Parker Yockey (1917– 1960) was an American political thinker. A lawyer by training, he worked as a review attorney during the Nuremberg Trials in Germany, a post he abandoned on ethical grounds. He is best known for his monumental neo- Spenglerian opus, Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics, written at the age of 30 and later distilled into a political manifesto, The Proclamation of London. He was a rare American, in that his radical critique of liberalism drew from continental European philosophy. His work is unique in the English language.

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