We reproduce here chapter 13 from Myatt’s 1990s, and neglected, tract The Complete Guide to the Aryan Way of Life . The chapter deals with the difference between “the Aryan way” and Christianity and contains some interesting insights.
Myatt’s idealistic and at times polemical tract begins with the statement that
“To be Aryan is to be of Aryan descent and to uphold and follow the Aryan way of life. The decadent and ignoble way of life which exists today in all nations is the total opposite of this Aryan way of life.
An Aryan is someone who behaves and thinks like an Aryan; someone who upholds and who lives, day after day, by Aryan customs and who is aware and proud of their Aryan culture and heritage. Above all, an Aryan is someone who judges everything by Aryan standards, and who strives to do what is Aryan.”
Myatt goes on to state that the Aryan way is the way of Honour, Loyalty and Duty, and that
we use the term Aryan instead of “White”. White refers just to the colour of the skin; Aryan refers to our culture, our heritage, our character, our Aryan way of life.
A true Aryan is much more than just a “White” person: a true Aryan is a White person who has an Aryan character; who has an Aryan “soul”. A true Aryan is a White person who behaves, who thinks, who lives, like an Aryan: that is, in accord with our own Aryan traditions, our own Aryan heritage, our own Aryan way of life.