Arktos: The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism and Nazi Survival. Joscelyn Godwin. London: Thames and Hudson. p, soft cover. Arktos: the polar myth in science, symbolism, and Nazi survival / Joscelyn Godwin. Mythology, Indo-European. Polar regions > Miscellanea. Physical. ARKTOS: THE POLAR MYTH IN SCIENCE, SYMBOLISM, AND NAZI SURVIVAL.
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Rock Against Communism and above all in National Socialist black metal. The author points out something that I’ve noticed, raktos as a species have a major obsession with the north pole and not the A very interesting read, lots of references to Zoroastrian mysticism and the archetypes of a filed that requires more scholarly research.
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Yet many of the worst offenders were pious, and believed themselves to be sincere Christians; some of them were even “mystics”. A scholarly treatment of catastrophes, ancient myths and Nazi Occult beliefs. For the most part, he sticks to historical fact but veers into the woo woo land a time or two in the chapters on the spiritual implication of the poles.
Godwin, in the vein of Grantian historiography, also offers an interesting look into the most hidden occult traditions whose spiritual pole is not lunar or solar, but stellar with Polaris Arktos as the axis mundi.
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In attempting to raise the spiritual development of the earthbound races, the Hyperborean divyas a Sanskrit term for god-men suffered a tragic setback. The concept of Hyperborea has a simultaneously racial and mystical meaning for Serrano.
Please enter the message. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The author points out something that I’ve noticed, we as a species have a major obsession with the north pole and not the south pole. Godwin is not a believer but he does have a thing against strict evidence-based science. A sweeping tour of many “polar” occult ideas, legends and pseudoscientific hypotheses and ramblings, from venerable Hindu sages to esoteric-minded Nazis, all of it very curious for the layman, if rather difficult to disentangle at times.
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Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Oolar is a scholarly, objective and insightful look at some of the most insane conspiracy theories and occult beliefs of the last few centuries. Thus adding to the idea, as postulated by Kenneth Grant, that the original spirituality and perhaps that of the lost antediluvian civilization was ‘Typhonian’, thus left handed and cosmic in its perspective.
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The Tilt Chapter fourteen: TR rated it liked it Oct 08, Esoteric themes, including references to artifacts such as the Holy Lanceare also often alluded to in neo-Nazi music e. Angi Killough rated it polae liked it Jul 02, Prolouge in Hyperborea Chapter One: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
It is a valuable addition to that shelf in the library that is dominated by the wor Although published by Adventures Unlimited which tends not to be, shall we say, conventional in its authors who cover conspiracy, lost worlds, free energy and what-have-youArktos is a serious and interesting account of polar mythology in popular culture, in the history of science and in esoteric lore.
Godwin’s style is very good, but you must have a thorough understanding of archetypal cultural myths in Northern Europe and the ancient Near East to grasp all subtleties in the context. Christian rated it it was amazing Aug 28, Want to Read Mgth Reading Read. Jun 18, Bood rated it liked it.
As medieval dualists, these eleventh-century heretics had repudiated Jehovah as a false god and mere artificer opposed to the real God far beyond our earthly realm. If the Hyperborean Aryans are the archetype and blood descendents polae Serrano’s divyas from the Black Sun, then the archetype of the Lord zrktos Darkness needed a counter-race. She saw his defeat—and the forestalling of his vision from coming to fruition—as a result of him being “too magnanimous, too trusting, too good”, of not being merciless enough, of having in his “psychological make-up, too much ‘sun’ [beneficence] and not enough ‘lightning.
Serrano had a special place in his ideology for the SSwho, in their quest to recreate the ancient race of Aryan god-men, he thought were above morality and therefore justified, after the example of the anti-humanitarian “detached violence” tge in the Aryo-Hindu.
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