John Morgan talks about the prospects for uniting religion and ethnonationalism, as well as the inauspicious history that the two have with each other, in this video from the 2023 Counter-Currents Spring Retreat. The text of the talk, including links for more information, is here. (more…)
Tag: Carl Gustav Jung
The following is the text of a talk that was given at the recent Counter-Currents Spring Retreat. The video can be seen here, or below.
Cyan asked me to speak on this topic, and before I begin, I just want to clarify something, because when it comes to these matters I’m overly pedantic. But historically speaking, ethnonationalism and religion don’t go together. This is because the nation-state itself, which was born out of either the French Revolution or the Second English Civil War, depending on who you ask, has always been secular and opposed to any mixing of politics and religion. (more…)
English original here
Lovecraftovy hororové příběhy jsou dnes brány nejen jako literární klasika, ale také se postupem času staly vlivným kultem okultismu. Mýtus Cthulhu, Prastaří a Nevyslovitelná jména jsou evokováni, uctíváni a respektováni různými esoterickými proudy a u některých tvoří dokonce pomyslné jádro jejich magického učení. Tato esej má za cíl zkoumat nejvýznamnější řády, jednotlivce a doktríny, co se v minulosti zaobírali či se pořád ještě zaobírají Mýtem Cthulhu. (more…)
A Most Dangerous Method: The Story of Jung, Freud, & Sabina Spielrein
The relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung lasted just six years, from 1907 to 1913, moving from mutual admiration to friendship to professional association and finally to an irreconcilable split, and although there was a woman involved, Russian emigré Sabina Spielrein was not part of any love triangle with the two men. She was Jung’s lover, sporadically, and Freud became her confidante, but Fraülein Spielrein became a psychoanalytic theorist in her own right, even being credited (erroneously) with pre-empting Freud’s theory of the death instinct after her work on destruction and becoming as mutually supportive functions within the self. (more…)