ARISTOGENESIS. This is the fourth episode of Aristogenesis.
In this episode Tyrus presents some fundamental aspects of traditional Indo-European religion like the Sky Father, the War Gods and more, combined with interesting historical references and a vivid comparison to non-Aryan cults. Nestor speaks about the non-dogmatic nature of Aryan spirituality, especially as opposed to Semitic religiosity and attempts to explain the Solar symbolism from the metaphysical point of view of early Greek philosophy. Freja explores the Creation and Sky Gods in Norse mythology and explains how the knowledge of Aryan Tradition can help commence the awakening process of the noble, Aryan warrior out of the collective psychosis of our times.
In this episode: Freja, Nestor and Tyrus.
- On Nature, by Parmenides
- Metamorphoses, by Ovid
- The Phoenix, Edited by N. F. Blake
- The Roman History of Ammianus Marcellinus During the Reigns of the Emperors Constantius, Julian, Jovianus, Valentinian, and Valens, by Ammianus Marcellinus
- Julian the emperor: containing Gregory Nazianzen’s two Invectives and Libanius’ Monody : with Julian’s extant theosophical works. Translated by C.W. King. George Bell and Sons, London, 1888
- “Against the Galileans” and “Misopogon” by Julian the Emperor
- The Emperor Julian: Panegyric and Polemic, translated by Samuel N. C. Lieu
- The Gods of the Greeks, by Karl Kerényi
- Roman Mythology, by Matt Clayton
- The Greek and Roman Myths, by Philip Matiszak
- The Mithras Liturgy
- The Path of Enlightenment in the Mithraic Mysteries, by Julius Evola
- Mithras: Mysteries and Inititation Rediscovered, by D. Jason Cooper
- Peak Time of Humanity. Rudolf John Gorsleben
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