A man of 17 years hailing from the state of California. I study and write about politics, society and philosophy, specifically that which is critical of the present social order. I am a traditionalist with a deep admiration for nature. On here you shall find my tastes in literature, music, and history, coupled with my personal musings.
"The life thou seekest thou shalt never find. When the gods created man, they gave him Death. Life they kept in their own hands." - Epic of Gilgamesh
The virtues praised by Homer are not moral but aesthetic. He believes in the unity of the human being defined by his style and his acts. Thus men define themselves with reference to the beautiful and the ugly, the noble and the vile, not good or evil. Or, to put it differently, the striving for the beautiful is the condition of the good.Dominique Venner (via ice and sunfire)