Posted on March 16, 2021
My Spotify playlist – The Golden One PWO of Metal and Glory – is now inactive. I simply had enough of Spotify’s “woke” pushiness and censoring of right-wing podcasts.
Below are a few music channels on Odysee which you can check out. Also, make sure to sign up to Odysee using my link: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thegoldenone:a. I am not sure for how long I will be on YouTube, and I have already begun posting exclusive content there.
Elessar, long time Trve Friend. His track, which he made alongside Xurious, is one of my favourite tracks of all time. It is just unreasonably good!
Music by another friend of mine, VMVXEC, is also available on Odysee.
As is Hiraeth.
I will continue to update this list and promote good artists who create channels on Odysee.
Posted on March 14, 2021
New releases for Legio Gloria. This article will explain the thoughts behind the new design. Moreover, I just sent out a Legio Gloria newsletter. Signing up for that newsletter is the best way to stay updated on the clothing.
The Angel’s Triumph – T-Shirt design symbolises the triumph of good versus evil, which is a common theme in human myth. We live in an age where demonic forces, for lack of a better description, are on the rise. Talking about demonic forces might sound a bit too dramatic, but the further along the path of enlightenment you have travelled, the truer this statement will sound.
The washing instruction for the t-shirt (picture at the bottom of the article) includes a ‘No-Communism’ sign. I thought it was a nice touch that fitted the theme of the design. The angel on the hoodie is the same as on the t-shirt, but in gold, matching the Legio Gloria emblem embroidery on the front. Burgundy and gold go well together, aesthetically speaking.
Moreover, in my previous Legio Gloria newsletter, I wrote the following about the Theseus’ MMA Shorts: Theseus is a classical Hellenic hero, and the Minotaur is a high testosterone beast. As with all Legio Gloria designs, this is meant to inspire you to set a high pace in your given endeavour. Perhaps you are sparring, or rolling, against a larger and more experienced opponent, then envision yourself as Theseus fighting the Minotaur. Preparing for some heavy deadlifts in the gym? Envision the Primordial Beast coming to you in the shape of a Minotaur, lending you strength.
On another note, something which always makes me happy to hear, is when guys have recognised like-minded individuals in public when wearing Legio Gloria clothing. I have heard similar stories about Jotunheim Nutrition shakers in gyms in Sweden.
When designing clothes there are many different choices to be made. One such choice is whether to go with a discreet design or a design that is more eye-catching. The more eye-catching ones serve a good purpose in that they are easily recognisable, making it easier to recognise a potential friend. Another reason is, of course, to serve as motivation for the wearer. Looking yourself in the mirror whilst wearing a certain garment is supposed to give you additional strength (as explained above).
A note on the t-shirt. The reason for not going with regular or organic cotton for the new t-shirt, as for the other t-shirts, is so that the design itself is inside the cloth, as opposed to on top of it. Simply put, the design would not have been possible with another material. Speaking of which, it is very soft and comfortable. Coming t-shirts will be in organic cotton though, as will coming poloshirts.
That being said, I wish everyone a high energy and productive week ahead. And don’t forget to check in on Gab (and follow me there: @TheGoldenOne) next Friday for the weekly Fizeek Friday. It is highly motivating.
Lastly, if you see this, I salute you. Taking the time to read an article, instead of just mindlessly scrolling, is a sign of a disciplined mind.
Posted on March 6, 2021
Metaphysics of Power is a collection of essays written by Julius Evola throughout his life. Recently published by Arktos, it contains plenty of interesting insights.
A few notes on Evola
1. His work is in Italian and was written between 1920-1974. This makes it necessary to read certain segments twice (or thrice!) to properly understand it. Even more so since certain passages can be quite hard to understand at first (especially if you are not used to reading him).
2. An interesting concept he elaborates on is the distinction between the race of the body, the race of the soul and the race of the spirit. Race of the body is the purely biological (the material). He cautions restricting one’s understanding of race to only the material. The race of the soul deals in a horizontal manner with what surrounds a man, his peers, the culture (art, literature, customs etc.) he is in. I will talk more about this later on, as it goes into what we are doing with Fizeek Friday at Gab 🐸. The race of the spirit deals, in a vertical manner, with a man’s attitude to the divine and the metaphysical.
3. Evola refers to himself as a superfascista, meaning he was beyond fascism, as he viewed fascism as not being Right-Wing enough, not hierarchical enough. So, when he talks about the problem of racial materialism, he does not do it out of tolerance, but rather the opposite.
4. Understanding Evola’s view of hierarchy is easier done when taking his background into consideration. He was an aristocrat, a baron to be more precise, from Sicily. Another interesting book on this subject is Two Models of Government by Dr Michael Arnheim. I read this book a few years back, and it deals with the relationship between the King, the Aristocracy and the People.
An interesting essay in Metaphysics of Power deals with the French king Philip the Fair. Philip has, by some, been hailed as a proto-fascist king. Evola, however, takes issue with Philip because he laid the foundations of the centralisation of power (to Paris), at the expense of the feudal lords of France.
My own personal ill-will towards Philip the Fair stems from his treatment of the Templar Order. He was indebted to them and, on the fateful Friday the 13th, October, 1307, he vanquished them. I have made two videos on the topic: VLOG. A Note on the Templars. What Should the French King Philip Have Done? and October 13th 1307 – The Fall of the Templars: Assassin’s Creed Unity Part 1. As I mentioned in the video, I understand that Philip saw the Templars as a potential threat to his own power. However, how he dealt with them was less than honourable.
Evola says of the Templars:
“Here it must suffice to observe that in the Order of the Templars, more than any similar organisation of that time, the highest ideal of Ghibelline civilisation had been realised: that is, of a close solidarity between the warrior element and the ascetic element.“
And, in a later passage in the same essay:
“The attack was levelled rather against men who incarnated the highest tradition of the Medieval Period.“
5. Lastly, two concepts which I have talked about before, are: Men Among the Ruins and Ride the Tiger. I will talk more about those concepts at a later time. Perhaps on Odysee! If you haven’t already signed up to Odysee, I encourage you to do so now: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thegoldenone:a
Ride the Tiger T-Shirt available here: https://legiogloria.com/product-category/webshop/t-shirts/
Posted on March 2, 2021
Here are the instructions for The Wild Hunt Challenge – Mindpower and Initiative (video).
- The first step is to sign up to Odysee and subscribe to my channel: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thegoldenone:a (the video is also available there).
An easy first step! Key point: don’t be a passive consumer of content, be proactive.
- Make the following commitment to yourself: for the duration of this month, get into the habit of watching entire videos, instead of just watching a few minutes here and there. This is to train your attention span and in order for you to value the time you invest in watching content.
- This step is optional. Sign up to Gab 🐸 and post physique on all four Fridays of this month. Bonus points if you take picture in nature and additional bonus points if you are wearing Legio Gloria clothing. Tag with #FizeekFriday, you can also tag me in your posts: https://gab.com/TheGoldenOne
- Read one book. Fiction or non-fiction. Reading books is a great way to train your capacity for attention, you can view it as an anti-dote to the mindless scrolling of social media. You can also, and this is optional, post an epic quote or share some valuable insights from the book you are reading to Gab or Minds (you can tag me there so I see it).
- Train at least one martial art session this month. To not train any martial art during the month of the war god is sacrilegious!
Lastly, in case you aren’t already following me on Telegram, I encourage you to do so; it is my main platform at the moment: https://t.me/thegoldenone
Posted on February 26, 2021
Before anything else, I encourage you to sign up to Odysee using my invite link: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thegoldenone:a
Odysee is my new primary video platform.
That being said, I thought to share some quick dietary advice that I elaborate on in the latest Podcast episode. The Podcast is available here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/48036010 or https://www.subscribestar.com/thegoldenone
- Optimal athletic performance and optimal health do not always go hand in hand. An elite level strongman will bloatmaxx (i.e., eat a crazy amount of calories) to be able to perform in his sport. Is this good for your overall health? There are certainly worse things you can do, but it is not necessarily the best thing you can do for your body either.
- Intermittent fasting. Is your goal to put on as much mass as possible? Perhaps you have just started praying in the Temple of Iron and are looking to make optimal gains. Then it is better to include a sturdy breakfast. Are you looking to stay lean and to optimise your health? Then intermittent fasting can be a good idea for you.
- What to eat? Meat, eggs, dairy. Meat is a superfood and does wonders for your cognitive performance. Make sure to get your food from a good, clean source. The healthier the animal has lived, the healthier the food will be.
- Try to cut out as much added sugar from your diet as possible. This does not include naturally occurring sugars, such as from fruits and milk etc. Eating a pastry every once in a while is not to be viewed as a failure, as long as your everyday diet is good and nutritious.
- Don’t forget to include bone broth in your diet. If you do not consume it on a regular basis, be sure to use a collagen supplement.
Lastly, it is Fizeek Friday over at Gab, be sure to sign up there and participate in this sacred tradition: https://gab.com/TheGoldenOne
Posted on February 24, 2021
Thank you for being here. I am not sure for how long I will be on YouTube, so if you appreciate my videos, I encourage you to sign up to Odysee using my invite link below:
Moreover, I will start making exclusive Odysee videos (even when I am still on YouTube). Also, be sure to sign up on these platforms:
The best way to stay updated on Legio Gloria releases is to sign up for the newsletter: https://legiogloria.com/ (on the right sidebar on the front page).
Posted on February 17, 2021
I have read Lucifer’s Court, originally in German Luzifers Hofgesind, eine Reise zu den guten Geistern Europas, by Otto Rahn. I have always had an interest in the legend of the Holy Grail, and as of late, I have decided to delve a bit deeper into the occult.
Lucifer’s Court is a book that is best enjoyed when it is felt, rather than read. Taking everything in it literally and viewing it as a historically accurate document might lead to some misconceptions. However, when reading books like this, one can always be inspired to explore new ideas. The book, published in 1937, is written like a travel journal and he visits various European destinations in his search for the Grail. Perhaps the fictional character Indiana Jones was inspired by Rahn. Speaking of which, I greatly enjoyed the Indiana Jones films in my childhood.
The author, Otto Rahn, became a member of the German SS after Heinrich Himmler took an interest in him and his search for the Grail after the publication of his first book Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome. Rahn eventually became disillusioned with the Third Reich and resigned from his position in the SS in 1939. Later the same year, he, allegedly, committed suicide. His death is still subject to speculation. Rahn was openly homosexual and he positioned the intolerance of the Catholic Church against what he saw as a more tolerant pre-Christian Europe. Perhaps his disillusionment with the Third Reich came as a result of the increasing totalitarianism he perceived there.
His thesis in regard to the Grail was that it was a stone fallen from Lucifer’s crown, spirited away by four Cathar pure ones when their stronghold came under threat from the Catholic forces:
“And perhaps the treasure of the church, which four chivalrous pure ones had taken from the threatened castle of Montségur to the caves of the Sabarthès, was the Grail – not the Church’s distortion known as the chalice of Jesus of Nazareth, but a stone fallen from Lucifer’s crown that bestows food and drink and immortality to those who are worthy of his display.”
Since the author is hostile to the Catholic Church, he is sympathetic to the Cathars. The Cathar movement was a heresy that flourished in southern France between the 12th and 14th centuries. The Pope eventually called a crusade to subjugate them. Rahn points to the region’s Gothic past, connecting the Cathars to the noble Goths.
The crusade against the Cathars was not only religious in its nature. It was a way for the Pope to quell an emerging threat to the authority of Rome (the Catholic Church), it was also a way for the French king to bring the southern counties under firmer control. France during the Middle Ages was a quite heterogenous country, and many of the Cathars also differed from the rest of the country in that they spoke Old Occitan. Alain de Benoist of the French New Right, writes at length about the Occitan separatist movement in View from the Right (see picture further down).
Rahn argues that Lucifer is the equivalent of Balder among the Norsemen and Apollo among the ancient Greeks. Some scholars, such as my friend, the historian Thomas Rowsell, disagree with this claim. Rowsell runs a popular YouTube channel, Survive the Jive, which focuses on Indo-European religion, among other topics. A channel I can highly recommend subscribing to.
Whenever reading books like this, I take great joy in finding epic and inspiring quotes that I can return to whenever I need additional motivation to set a high pace, in the Temple of Iron, or in other endeavours. One such quote is the following:
“This God looks like a knight: He has blond hair and rides on a light horse that is black like the night on one half and dazzling white on the other. A garnet on the reins shines like the sun. In this knight’s attendance is a paladin whose name is Loyalty.”
The god appears in a later sequence in the book as well:
“I believe that I just saw God on this road! He came riding like a knight, beautiful and strong. His blond hair fell around his bronzed face and his bright eyes shone. […] ‘Peire Vidal, you have met Lucifer, whom you call Lucibel!’”
Peire Vidal was a poet, who was, most likely, born in Toulouse in the mid-12th century.
I read the following edition: Lucifer’s Court. Rahn, Otto. Translated by Christopher Jones. Inner Traditions. Rochester, Vermont.
The quotes above are translated from the German original, Luzifers Hofgesind, eine Reise zu den guten Geistern Europas.
A book review in video format is incoming at my Odysee channel. Sign up using my invite link to support the video making: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thegoldenone:a
Posted on February 15, 2021
“She saw such power in his broad over-muscled torso and such intense focus in his sharp grey eyes she wondered she was not repelled by Loken. He was a killing machine, created and trained to deal death, but she couldn’t stop watching and blink-clicking images of his heroic physique.”
– Horus Heresy – Galaxy in Flames
Posted on February 6, 2021
I have read The Great Game by Peter Hopkirk.
The Great Game refers to the geopolitical power struggle between Great Britain and Russia in Central Asia (with Afghanistan as the focal point) during the 1800s.
This Anglo-Russian rivalry began with the defeat of Napoleon (their common enemy) and ended in the early 1900s with the emergence of two glorious nations; Germany and Japan.
What were the motivating factors for interference and struggle for control of Central Asia?
For Russia 🇷🇺
– Revenge after centuries of aggression from the peoples of the steppes. Russia was occupied by the Mongol Golden Horde for a long time.
– Conquest to stop slave raiders (similar to what the French did in North Africa).
Russians were routinely enslaved by the khans of Central Asia.
For the British 🇬🇧
– Keeping India safe. Using Afghanistan and other tribes and nations as a buffer against Russian expansion. The British authorities in India feared a Russian invasion of their imperial crown jewel.
For both 🇷🇺🇬🇧
– Imperial prestige.
– Access to new markets for their products.
– Spreading Christian civilisation, which got even moreover important after reports of Central Asian lack of morals reached London and St. Petersburg.
For explorers, adventurers and military men ⚔️
– Glory, fame and riches.
– Military promotion and awards, from Royal Geographic Society in the British case to give an example.
An interesting book for sure. At 524 pages it might be a bit long unless you are interested in the topic, if you are, I can definitely recommend it. If not, there are plenty of other good books to read.
Posted on January 28, 2021
Below is the post I believe was the one that made Instagram remove my account. I have no solid proof of who might have ordered the removal, but a good guess would be someone in the Swedish regime.
If you read the post you will note that I disavow political violence. This delegitimises the narrative the Swedish regime is trying so hard to present. Last year, they ordered a report by Magnus Ranstorp (and others), which I responded to here: https://thegoldenone.se/2020/08/26/response-to-magnus-ranstorp-on-right-wing-extremism/
Their narrative: “right-wing extremists” are promoting violence, so therefore we must deplatform them. The opposite is, of course, true: political dissidents are exposing their evil (for lack of a more accurate term), so we must deplatform them before they expose us to too many people.
Sweden has an election 2022. The entire regime is afraid of losing power. This is especially true for the current reigning party, the Social Democrats.
Their hope is that they can continue banning everyone in opposition to them. This is not limited to Sweden, but a trend seen in all of the so called liberal democracies of the West.
Posted to my Instagram account @thegloriouslion on the 14th of January 2021:
“📢 IMPORTANT NOTE 📢
This is a statement to everyone.
I have said this before, and I will say it again.
May the few journalists of honour and integrity report this truth:
I have, on numerous occasions, said that I am against political violence. Now I am saying it again.
Because it only ever gives the powers that be an excuse for more censorship. They are not afraid of some small level violence. They are afraid of the truth being spoken. They are afraid of information being accessible to the people. They are afraid of being exposed as the corrupt degenerates they are.
In fact (I have stated this on numerous occasions as well), many establishment types are desperately hoping for even the slightest sign of physical aggression by populist/nationalist forces. That will reinforce their fantasy of a ‘right-wing threat’.
The threat to their power is there. But is comes in the shape of freedom of speech, not in the shape of political violence.
Basic military strategy: attack the enemy where he is weak. Do not attack the enemy where he is at his strongest.
Where is the establishment weak? In ideas and truth. We have the truth on our side.
Where is the establishment strong?
In violence (police + military etc.).
Lastly, I am coming in ready to fight any type of fight. Had I believed I could have done something more effectively, I would have done so.”