Red Bull – The Indo-European Sky Father And A Certain Empowering Brew

Something I have often taken a bit of pleasure in, is finding the 'echoes' of underlying archaic Indo-European symbolism amidst the wreckage of the modern world. In various cases, these are 'traces' that were probably not consciously intended as such by their contemporary authors - and yet which nevertheless have some fundamental, recurring resonancy back … Continue reading Red Bull – The Indo-European Sky Father And A Certain Empowering Brew

The Mantras Of ‘Ganesha Namah’ – A Techno-Theology Exegesis Of A Psytrance Track

Something I have neglected to do for a few observances over the past year or so … is TECHNO-THEOLOGY. In this instance, for Ganesh Chaturthi, Mumbai-based Shivadelic's 'Ganesha Namah'. Which is an absolutely excellent track in its own rite. Opens with an incorporation of first line of the Gayatri Mantra - ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः ; … Continue reading The Mantras Of ‘Ganesha Namah’ – A Techno-Theology Exegesis Of A Psytrance Track

Theology – The Indo-European Queen of the Sciences

"The Queen of the Sciences - Theology" Ernst Junger, Junger, writing in March of 1944, amidst the soon-to-be detritus of Nazi Germany, correctly identified that the necessary precondition for much of the unremitting horror of that part of the 20th century, had been the morally rudderless and (de)ontologically groundless, baseless, condition of materialism, scientism, which … Continue reading Theology – The Indo-European Queen of the Sciences

On the Imperial Hittite Double Eagle And Its Indo-European Symbolism

[Author's Note: This piece was written in July 2018; we had omitted to post it here at that time.] Whether through the exploits of a certain fictional "Imperium", or simply due to an acquaintance with the flags and ensign of the Byzantines, Holy Roman Empire, modern Russia … or Albania … many of us have … Continue reading On the Imperial Hittite Double Eagle And Its Indo-European Symbolism

Gott In Himachal Pradesh – On The ShivLing Of Kinnaur Kailash [Incredible Indo-European Holy Sites Series Part I ]

It is Monday - Lord Shiva's Day! And therefore … we're starting our series on impressive Indo-European holy sites around the world, with this frankly amazing Shaivite place of pilgrimage - the ShivLing of Kinnaur Kailash, in Himachal Pradesh, India. We'll also be taking a brief look at how this site relates to comparable Western … Continue reading Gott In Himachal Pradesh – On The ShivLing Of Kinnaur Kailash [Incredible Indo-European Holy Sites Series Part I ]

The Indomitable Eye In The Sky – ‘Athena’ Unit Patch For US NRO Spy Satellite Launch

It is FRIDAY - Devi's Day. And therefore, a rather excellent unit patch by way of devotional (a)art(i). It belongs to another US National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite launch - the aptly named "INTRUDER" naval surveillance platform, the same series as the "ODIN" launch whose blazon I wrote about earlier. Now, I felt this insignia … Continue reading The Indomitable Eye In The Sky – ‘Athena’ Unit Patch For US NRO Spy Satellite Launch

Techno-Heraldry – Cloaked Crows And Electric Warfare

[Author's Note: For the past few weeks I've been taking a look at various pretty modern heraldry and military unit insignia, observing the manner in which even amidst the modern world we find pronounced and often downright deliberate resonancies with the Indo-European mythic syllabary of the archaic and the eternal world. This piece, in particular, … Continue reading Techno-Heraldry – Cloaked Crows And Electric Warfare