Ghostbusting Our Civilization’s Center & The Prism of Communal Myth

Dimes and Judas discuss the book “Anthropomorphics: The Originary Grammar of the Center” by Dennis Bouvard and delve into a fascinating hypothesis in how everything from vast empires to nomadic tribes are founded on the mythical value-sets existing between our world and the world of the unknown, how that lead to the creation of communication, […]

Reign of Quantity: Shivs in the Modernist Entropy Prison

Dimes and Judas discuss the book Reign of Quantity & The Signs of the Times by René Guénon, focusing primarily on Western civilization’s disassociation with the spiritual and metaphysical world – and the interplay of dependency between them – and its separation from everyday life and action, ushering in what Guénon calls the Reign of […]

Battlefield: Eurasia, or What the Frig is Duginism?

Dimes and Judas discuss 2 works on the topic of Eurasianism, both from different angles: The Fourth Political Theory by Aleksandr Dugin, and The Grand Chessboard by Zbigniew Brzezinski. It briefly walks through Eurasianism as a central fulcrum of geopolitics going forward, and explores the philosophy known as Duginism to work specifically within this framework.