Spiritual Reinvigoration

Short and effective rebuttal of the European ‘New Right’s dismissal of Christianity. The European New Right is ostensibly led by French Pagan philosopher, Alain de Benoist, and espouses a Pagan Rightist future for Europe rather than a return to Traditional Christianity.

Cologero writes…

“Religion in the West today has lost its spiritual focus and is often little more than a humanitarianism or bland moralism. There are ideas that should be a living presence, not empty phrases. We have addressed several of these: the Sky Father, Cosmic Christ, Divine Sophia, Angels & Demons, theosis, spiritual warfare, the need for awakening. There are necessary efforts required for this reinvigoration. This applies, a fortiori, to neo-pagan revivalists if they aspire to anything more than a superficial change.”

Amen to that. Paganism gave way to something far more adaptive and truthful to the revelation of the Divine Realm. Returning to it would only represent another type of degeneration.

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2 thoughts on “Spiritual Reinvigoration

  1. I have never been able to take Neo-paganism seriously. Even the old European Pagan religions couldn't be taken seriously, let alone some modern artificial construct. Only Pagan religions that seem reasonable are Taoism and Confucianism. Of course there are Græco-Roman philosophies like Stoicism, Neoplatonism, etc. but they have all been subsumed under Christianity.


  2. Indeed, and it's rather fascinating that even Julius Evola (who described himself as a Catholic Pagan) also didn't take it seriously and derided the rebirth of Paganism as a degraded shadow. Unfortunately, on the right in particular, these ideas are gaining some traction. And thus it is important to address them.


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