The Online Coaching service is temporarily re-opened! It was previously closed due to the need to focus on my book. As both endeavours require creative energy it is hard to focus on both at the same time, so since I have taken a break from finishing the book it is a good time to re-open the Online Coaching!
If you consider Online Coaching or a Customised Training Schedule or Meal Plan, I encourage you to read the following articles first; Why I Can’t Guarantee Quick Results and Is Online Coaching Worth It?
2017 is the year where you must renounce porn from your life.
I have often asked myself; how can we avoid the same fate that befell the Western Roman Empire? There is no easy answer, alas there is one factor that is present in every solution. We must reject degeneracy, and doing that begins with ourselves. Disregarding porn is not the final solution, but it is a good first step. We must create a culture where fapping to porn is seen as something shameful (at least for a healthy young man who wants to serve Mother Evropa).
So if you are going to make one promise for this year, promise yourself to not dishonour yourself by fapping to porn. Promise yourself to not dishonour Mother Evropa and your brothers. Promise yourself to not let the vile machinations of degeneracy distort the clarity of your mind and transform you into something less in tune with the role Mother Nature granted you.
Rejecting porn is also a first start in rejecting nihilism, which is necessary to attain true glory.
I have had the pleasure of reading The Glorious Path by Seth Cooper. As you might have guessed from the title of the book, it suited me quite well indeed. It is an epic fantasy novel, alas it is much deeper and heavier than a usual fantasy book as it revolves around certain interesting philosophical themes rather than just the characters and action. The philosophical themes in the book are politically incorrect; not in the sense that the language is crude or anything of the sort, but in a more intellectual sense. The book is a profound criticism of the modern world and many of the false teachings of our time (egalitarianism for one). Whereas certain individuals would prefer to ride the tiger (to use Julius Evola’s terminology), the story of this book revolves around restoring the strive towards higher ideals, a return to divinity in a world where the gods have fled. The setting is much akin to the one we see today in the West; and the Glorious Path itself, is something that must be embarked upon in our time as well. A return to beauty and progress and a rejection of degeneracy. This approach is much more heroic than the alternative; viz. trying to re-direct the ship (the ship in this metaphor are various Western nations) away from the cliffs, instead of abandoning it completely, as many defeatists are suggesting. The spirit of greatness is still within our civilisation, it merely needs to be re-awakened! So to those who say that Sweden (to give an example) is so far gone it is better to just leave it be; cease those blasphemous thoughts immediately and engage in the cultural and metapolitical war instead!
Moreover, the book is very rhetorically and linguistically pleasing. Seeing a general lack of beautiful language in modern culture this thus becomes quite refreshing and stimulating indeed.
Furthermore, I would point to this work as a great example on how fiction can be used to deliver a profound message. Those who think of epic works such as Lord of the Rings or the Illiad merely in terms of fiction are unenlightened; both those works portray heroic and masculine ideals that should be taught to all men. And generally speaking, both fantasy and science-fiction leaves room to elaborate on interesting philosophical aspects, The Glorious Path is indeed a good example of this.
I recommend this book for anyone who wants a intellectually stimulating Tolkienesque fantasy book written in great style!
I don’t recommend it for people who are not used to reading and prefer lighter, more fast paced action oriented books.
Lastly, the author and the publisher of the book partook in a very interesting conversation with Lana of Red Ice in the following episode.
I have had the pleasure of reading something as rare as a fantasy novel written in Swedish. The book mixes elements of Scandinavian and Finnish mythology and is set in a world much based upon our own. The book reminded me to write a brief article regarding the importance of reinforcing a sense of who we are. Before elaborating I would encourage you to listen to the following video which features parts of a speech by Jonathan Bowden. Moreover, I also recommend that you read my latest article on RightOn (as this article is a follow-up to that article). What I appreciated with the book, Slavarnas Tid, is that it does in fact reinforce the sense of who we are; in this case as Swedes. You are what you surround yourself with, if you watch Sex and the City on a daily basis, chances are that you will indeed start identifying with that lifestyle, viz. a rootless cosmopolitan lifestyle. This book can be used as an example on a cultural endeavour which promotes a more Völkisch lifestyle. Personally I felt like going out into the forest on a joyous exploration walk when reading the book; certainly a sensation I will not obtain whilst watching Hollywood decadence. Now the main point is not necessarily that I wanted to venture out into the forest instead of visiting a degenerate nightclub. The main point is that the novel is a good example on how an endeavour can reinforce the sense (and to a certain extent knowledge) of who we are. Finding a sense of who we are is a key element in securing our native lands for our coming generations, thus I salute any endeavour that aids in this.
The book, along with plenty of other interesting titles, is available at the valiant company Logik Förlag.
I have re-opened the webstore at LegioGloria.com. The current garments will not be restocked, with the possible exception of the Celtic Cross Headscarf. So when the models are gone they are gone! I will hopefully launch the new collection early next year, if everything goes according to plan.