The Ganesha Of Kabul – And His Custodian Guard [ Arte-Facts #14 ]

In our field, we are so often delving into impressive legends of long ago - myths about men who once lived and wrought deeds so mighty that they seem frankly 'incredible' (in the old sense of the term) today. And that can leave one quite jaded about the modern era for reasons that ought be … Continue reading The Ganesha Of Kabul – And His Custodian Guard [ Arte-Facts #14 ]

The Last Integral Aryan Civilization – A Manyu-Festo

"Bare is the back of the brotherless man."- Burnt Njal's Saga ; Iceland, 13th Century Every year on August 15th, we publish a tribute-piece for the Independence Day of India. This year, we elucidate the concept of India as the world's 'Last Integral Aryan Civilization' [a phrasing coined by my associate, Aldo Rapace] - and … Continue reading The Last Integral Aryan Civilization – A Manyu-Festo

Wisdom Is A Gods-Given Gift : Use It -Mahabharat Wisdom For The Modern Age

A maxim from the Mahabharat that somebody had posted, in response to the rather obvious question of why devotees attending the Kumbh Mela had not emerged unscathed from the Covid-19 community superspreading there: न देवा दण्डमादाय रक्षन्ति पशुपालवत् ।यं हि रक्षितुमिच्छन्ति बुद्ध्या संयोजयन्ति तम्॥ "Gods do not brandish a cane,Minding men like sheepThey bless with … Continue reading Wisdom Is A Gods-Given Gift : Use It -Mahabharat Wisdom For The Modern Age

A Manifesto For The Resurrective Reincarnation Of The Loka-lized Indo-European Faith

What follows is not my own writing - although I have had a hand in editing it, and it has resulted from months of concordant conversations between myself and its major author, Aldo Rapace. We feel that it has come to a necessary stage in our Mission, to begin more openly discussing and working upon … Continue reading A Manifesto For The Resurrective Reincarnation Of The Loka-lized Indo-European Faith

Why OIT vs AMT In Some Ways Misses The Point At The Heart Of The Modern Indo-European World

I spent .. an extended period this morning responding to a misunderstanding about a certain Scythian archaeogenetic study. A chap who's quite a fan of OIT ['Out Of India Theory'] had read it completely the wrong way. You know how it goes. Anyway, after putting a few hours into showing how the study said the … Continue reading Why OIT vs AMT In Some Ways Misses The Point At The Heart Of The Modern Indo-European World

Operation Jarjara – The Worship Of Indra Amidst The Modern Age

For the past few weeks, we have been working on something a bit special. We call it Operation Jarjara - an exploration-and-exposition series focused upon the revelation of the modern Indo-European worship of Lord Indra. Now note that I said "revelation" - not "restoration". For despite what you may have heard, the Hindu religion never … Continue reading Operation Jarjara – The Worship Of Indra Amidst The Modern Age

On Using The IndraNet To Facilitate Indo-European Religious Revival

Something that's got me thinking - and while it starts off (as it often does) Hindu, of broader relevancy to the wider Indo-European religious revival that's going on at present. This ongoing pandemic is leading to some interesting - and creative - developments in the religious sphere. I got a message from one of the … Continue reading On Using The IndraNet To Facilitate Indo-European Religious Revival