The Order of Nine Angles ‘principle of the authority of individual judgment’ is something of a paradox which should be discussed given what it has led to: individuals and groups associating themselves with the Order of Nine Angles – the esoteric philosophy presenced by Anton Long – being associated by non-O9A folk with those who have preached in favour of and in some cases undertaken what I and a few other O9A folk consider to be dishonourable, cowardly, deeds inconsistent with the ethos, the aesthetic, of O9A esoteric philosophy.
Part One 1984-1998 ° Preface ° The National Socialist Ideologist ° Polemical And Early National Socialist Writings ° Later NS Writings ° A Change Of Perspective ° Ethical National Socialism ° The Galactic Empire ° Conclusion ° Appendix I David Myatt: Islam and National Socialism ° Appendix II David Myatt And The Occult
Part Two: 1999-2008 ° Prefatory Note ° 1998-1999 ° The Mythos Of Vindex ° Islamic Writings ° National Socialism and Islam ° An Inner Struggle ° Appendix: An Open Letter to Martin Amis
Part Three: 2009-2017 ° Preface ° Exegesis And The Culture Of Pathei-Mathos ° The Philosopher Of Pathei-Mathos ° A Modern Philosophy ° Criticism Of Hitler And National Socialist Germany ° Kalos Kagathos And Western Culture ° Ethical National Socialism And A Modern Spirituality
° The Hebdomian Way is a way of our own devising, representing our esoteric Weltanschauung based on our individual quests for Lapis Philosophicus and which quests began some years ago with us following the Order of Nine Angles Seven Fold Way (7FW) and the esoteric philosophy devised by Anton Long from (i) ancient Hermetic and Alchemical traditions and (ii) the empathic pagan Britannic tradition of the Rounwytha which he inherited. In effect, our quests along the Seven Fold Way were an apprenticeship, since completed, with the Hebdomian Way the result of what we have discovered for ourselves by pathei-mathos, what we have developed, and what we have left behind or found to be, for us, unnecessary or unhelpful in our individual quests for Lapis Philosophicus. Among what we divined to be unnecessary, or unhelpful for us, was all forms of sorcery, all Occult rituals, “Satanism” however defined, all antinomian gestures or deeds, and all practical involvement with the external world with aim of seeking to change that world be it by politics or by a dialectic involving opposing “the Magian” or by any other means, Occult or otherwise.