Vindex: Facsimile Of Original Text

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Vindex: Destiny Of The West

Herewith a facsimile of Myatt’s seminal National Socialist text Vindex: Destiny Of The West as published in the January 1984 edition of the American Liberty Bell magazine edited by Virginia based George Dietz, a former member of the Hitler Youth who emigrated to America in 1957.

Vindex: Destiny Of The West
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An Urban Legend?

David Myatt

Is David Myatt – as part of the O9A or otherwise – still encouraging people to undertake the culling of mundanes? Yes he is, or might be, at least according to a certain urban legend, and according to certain conspiracy theorists, as is described in the following recent article.

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Kulty sú však súčasťou ľudstva, existovali vždy a niektoré z nich sa dokonca stali legendami. Jeden z takých kultov má názov Rád deviatich uhlov. Ide o skupinu anarchistov, ktorí vyznávajú myšlienky neonacizmu, no neštítili sa ani vrážd a ľudských obetí.

Rád deviatich uhlov, teda Order of Nine Angles (ONA), založil v Británii muž menom Anton Lang. Išlo o zlepenec rôznych okultistických skupín, ktoré v tých časoch vznikali. Lang dlhý čas cestoval po svete a vzdelával sa v oblasti náboženstiev a jazykov. Okolo roku 1970 ho však zlákala temná strana a Lang sa rozhodol páchať zločiny. V roku 1980 začal rád publikovať články, v ktorých tvrdil, že ich cieľom je oživenie keltského pohanstva. Svoje učenie napokon spísali v knihe The Black Book of Satan.

[David] Myatt sa narodil v Tanzánii a už od útleho veku sa venoval bojovým umeniam. Zaujímal sa taktiež aj o náboženstvá, fascinovali ho napríklad budhizmus a islam. Napokon sa z neho stal politický aktivista. Po čase sa pripojil ku skupine na čele s Colinom Jordanom, ktorý veril, že Británia by mala byť očistená od všetkých prisťahovalcov a Židia by sa mali vrátiť do Izraela. Myatt sa dokonca stal Jordanovým ochrancom.

V roku 1974 sa Myatt rozhodol, že sa osamostatní a vytvoril neonacistické hnutie s názvom National Democratic Freedom Movement. Čoskoro spoznal členov ONA a prijal myšlienku, že kresťanstvo je náboženstvom otrokov. V roku 1998 konvertoval na islam, neopúšťal však myšlienku neonacizmu.

Vďaka politickým aktivistom sa vplyv ONA čoskoro rozšíril aj mimo územie Británie do celej Európy. Ku kultu sa pridal napríklad aj francúzsky novinár Christian Bouchet. Ten neskôr v roku 1991 založil vlastné hnutie s názvom Nouvelle Resistance. Na Novom Zélande zas Kerry Bolton založil kult Black Order.

ONA o sebe hlása, že nevyznáva len jediný smer, ale je otvorená tak pre pravičiarov, ako aj ľavičiarov. Kult totiž tvrdí, že jeho cieľom je vytváranie chaosu a nebojí sa uchýliť k vandalizmu, aby to dokázal. Neznáša organizovanú spoločnosť a všetky jej inštitúcie.

Zdá sa, že kult dokázal zapustiť korene už aj v Amerike, kde skupinka ľudí založila tzv. Atomwaffen Division. Jej vodcom je James Cameron Denton, skupina je údajne dobre ozbrojená a ľudí do svojich radov láka napríklad aj na pozemkoch škôl za pomoci letákov. Atomwaffen Divison sa už dokonca vyhrážala aj vláde a je obvinená z vraždy študenta Blazea Bernsteina. Zabil ho Samuel Woodward preto, lebo Blaze bol homosexuál a Žid.
Cieľom ONA je nastoliť tzv. Nový Aeon. Tvrdia, že moderný svet je zlyhaním a je nutné vrátiť sa k starým kmeňovým tradíciám a nastoliť tak opäť poriadok. Spravodlivosť by mal nastoliť hrdina, ktorého členovia volajú Vindex. Okrem toho veria aj v existenciu niekoľkých temných bohov. Jedným z nich je Baphomet, ktorá je matkou aj ženou Satana. Práve Baphomet by mala byť tvorkyňou všetkých démonov.

ONA tvrdí, že ľudská obeta je akýmsi presúvaním energie, ktorú môžu využiť čarodejníci. Okrem toho tvrdia, že ľudská obeta je potrebná každých 17 rokov, aby sa udržala kozmická rovnováha. Zomrieť nemôže len tak hocikto, ideálne je, ak sa niektorý z členov sám rozhodne, že sa obetuje.

Možno by ste si mysleli, že kult je súčasťou minulosti. Niektoré zdroje však hovoria, že Myatt stále žije a nabáda mladých ľudí k vraždám a iným zločinom za účelom vykonávania rituálov.


Source: https://psych.interez.sk/poculi-ste-uz-o-rade-deviatich-uhlov-toto-je-ten-najnebezpecnejsi-kult-sveta-ktory-zial-stale-existuje/


Concerning The Vindex Mythos

David Myatt

Editorial Note: We publish here (in pdf format) an interesting and informative essay about David Myatt’s Vindex mythos, which Reichsfolk essay – with its study of Myatt’s Vindex: Destiny of the West and his Mythos of Vindex – shows that its basis is honor, an appreciation of the numinous, an understanding of the Magian distortion that has afflicted Western civilization, and an affirmation that National Socialist Germany was “fundamentally an instinctive and natural reaction to the dominance of the Magian ethos, and represented a mostly unconscious expression of the numinous, honourable, warrior ethos.”


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A Review Of Myatt’s Mythos of Vindex

David Myatt

David Myatt’s tract The Mythos of Vindex – finally published in its entirety this year {1} – is something of a hybrid text; a rather strange mixture of pro National Socialist sentiment together with polemics not only directed at the things – such as the State – that made National Socialist Germany what it was and might have been had the Axis won the Second World War, but also directed at the things that made the West what it is now: to wit colonialism, industry, and technology.

For it is as if the author is torn between two weltanschauungen, as well he might have been given the date of its composition (1998-1999) and the dates of its revision (2002-2005). For the years 1998 to 1999 marked Myatt’s transition from a neo-nazi to a Muslim, while 2002 to 2005 were dominated by his travels in the Muslim world, his overt support for Osama bin Laden, the Taliban, and Hamas, and of course his strategy to bring neo-nazis and radical Muslims together to fight their ‘common enemy’. For the tract reads as if it was originally intended for a specific audience – neo-nazis and those belonging to neo-völkisch groups – but with Myatt trying to offer something for his Muslim readers; hence perhaps  the passages about the colonialism of the ‘White hordes’ (which are basically polemics directed at those foreign devils), his mention of the treatment of Muslims by those foreign devils, and his praise of the Mujahideen and of Mullah Omar.

There are also several apparent discrepancies in the text. For instance regarding the British Empire with Myatt dividing that Empire somewhat simplistically into ‘the old Empire’ (before the Victorian era, which began in 1837) and a later Empire, writing that “the true, respectful, civilizing mission of [the British] Empire gave way to a brute Imperialism based upon financial gain.” The old Empire he admires, the later one he lambastes even though he goes on to write that “to make the world truely civilized we need another Empire, created and maintained by honourable, idealistic people, who look to the examples of the Roman, the Islamic and British Empires for inspiration.” Perhaps he should have written ‘original British’ rather than just ‘British’.

Another apparent discrepancy is his praise for the tribal way of life in pre-colonial Africa which he says, without providing any dates, was “ruthlessly destroyed” by those damn “foreign devils” (the White Hordes of Homo Hubris) and yet he later writes, again without providing any dates, of British administrators ending “the bribery and corruption of officials which was endemic” in India.

Such quibbles aside, the main problem I find with the tract is that Myatt eulogizes the clan and the tribe, and rural life in general, and yet states several times that the fundamental aim of the new Imperium is the colonization of Outer Space. But just how would a society or societies composed of clans and tribes, and presumably a mostly rural way of life, achieve that without industrial factories, large corporations manufacturing technological products, large-scale – government sized – coordination and administration, and scientific, university based, research funded by a national-sized government which by necessity would have to tax its citizens to pay for such research, such universities, and such a complex administration? In addition, if profit was not the motive for such factories and such corporations then surely the only other option would be government funding, which leads one to enquire where and how would a government find the money? To pursue space-travel surely a prosperous and wealthy society – a nation-Sate, or several nation-States cooperating with one another – and thus a government or governments would be required. {2}

Which returns us to National Socialist Germany – a scientific and technologically advanced society with a national government – and what might such a society have achieved, in scientific and technological and social, terms had it been victorious in the World War Two. Which naturally leads to how National Socialist Germany came into being: through a political movement gaining political power.

Perhaps Myatt envisaged his Vindexian clans and tribes fighting and overthrowing a government and then forming a new government, for he does write of Vindex as “a modern and successful guerilla leader who devises new strategies and new tactics to defeat the armed forces of the Old Order,” and that “it seems increasingly likely that the first battles in the coming war against the forces of the Old Order will be urban ones and develope as a natural consequence of some urban gang gaining practical control of certain urban areas such that they become the effective and the visible forces of law and order in those areas.”

If that is indeed what he envisaged, as seems likely, then he perhaps should have spelled it out, as he did in earlier tracts such as his Practical Guide To Aryan Revolution in which he wrote about how to ferment chaos and insurrection and wrote of a guerilla campaign lasting at least a decade.

All that being said, The Mythos of Vindex has the potential to inspire a new generation of native Europeans who, seeing the failure over the past fifty years of right-wing political organization after right-wing political organization in places such as Britain, desire a new way to fight ‘the system’. At the very least it contributes, in a positive way, to the debate about neo-völkisch groups and their aims regarding reviving ancestral traditions and alternative ways of living.

R. Parker
May 2016

{1} Myatt’s tract is currently [May 2016] available as a pdf document at https://regardingdavidmyatt.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/myatt-mythos-of-vindex-v1.pdf

{2} It has been brought to my attention (kudos to Pasi R and Scott L) that in two articles, dating from around 2009, Myatt theorizes about how a society based on clans might develop a new ‘acausal’ technology that, in his words, does not depend on “the unethical abstraction of the modern nation-State and the un-numinous ways of living which go with such an abstraction,” and thus does not “involve large national or supra-national industries”, and is not “reliant upon the usury, and the supra-national trade and commerce, which all modern States and nations depend upon.”

Extracts from the two articles are available at https://regardingdavidmyatt.wordpress.com/clans-spaceflight-and-acausal-energy/


The Mythos Of Vindex

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This is the first publication of the complete edition of David Myatt’s text The Mythos of Vindex, although various and sometimes substantial extracts from it have been published over the years. Written between 1998 and 1999, with some parts revised by Myatt between 2002 and 2005, it expands upon, refines, and develops the themes he wrote about in his 1984 pamphlet Vindex: Destiny of The West.

The Mythos Of Vindex
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An Introduction To Reichsfolk

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An Introduction To Reichsfolk
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Editorial Note: Reichsfolk was founded by David Myatt in the 1990s in order to propagate his ‘ethical National Socialism’ which is described at https://cosmicreich.wordpress.com/ethical-national-socialism/


Some Reflexions On O9A Aural Tradition

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That the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) has an aural tradition – taught privately from individual Adept to individual Initiate – has long been known among the Occult cognoscenti, referred to as that tradition has been by Anton Long in various O9A texts from the 1980s on, and with some of the tradition so taught having been the subject of various now published MSS, such as those referring to the tradition of the Rounwytha, those relating to Shropshire legends regarding King Arthur, those relating to alchemy and lapis philosophicus; those stories related in ‘the deofel quartet’ and in various sinister short stories; and those relating to the esoteric meaning of ‘the nine angles’.

However, two aspects of the ‘secret traditions’ of the O9A that have, until recently, been rarely publicly mentioned by O9A Adepts are the much commented upon – by outsiders – suspected link between the O9A and National-Socialism, and the esoteric pagan ethos of the O9A and which pagan ethos is most manifest (exoterically) in the O9A code of kindred honour and thus in (a) the support for ancestral tribes and clans over and above The State, and (b) in the mythos of Vindex, with Vindex being the ‘against Time’ hero/heroine par excellence {1} and the one of whom Adolf Hitler spoke to his confidantes about, knowing as he did that he himself was only preparing the way for such a person. As Savitri Devi wrote:

“The last Incarnation of Him-Who-comes-back, the last Man against Time, has many names. Every great faith, every great culture, nay, every true (living or obsolete) form or a Tradition as old as the fall of man (and as the subsequent yearning for the lost earthly Paradise) has given Him one…”

She named him Kalki; the O9A names this person Vindex and – in line with their code of kindred honour and their sinisterly-numinous and Rounwytha traditions – insists that Vindex could be either male or female.

Regarding the O9A and NS, links hitherto rarely publicly mentioned by O9A Adepts, at least until the past year when various items were released by various Adepts which drew attention to this particular ‘secret’ aspect of O9A aural tradition. Items which appeared – mostly via the modern medium of the internet – only to (in many cases) disappear again shortly thereafter. Stories, for example, such as the one titled Selann; or an apparent 2015 interview with Anton Long; or various compilations of selected NS writings by DM; or a compilation of texts (with an introduction by Richard Stirling) regarding the O9A and National-Socialism. All of which, and similar, items were and are only a small part of the O9A mythos, of its Labyrinthos Mythologicus. Just as the ‘sinisterly-numinous’ life of David Myatt – and whether his Islam years and his ‘numinous way/philosophy of pathei-mathos’ were/are sincere or just extended O9A insight roles {2} and/or whether his own diverse, complex, life {3} is an example of what following the O9A seven-fold way means and implies in real life {4} – form part of that mythos.

For such an esoteric mythos is designed to intrigue, to inspire, to sometimes amuse our kind, to cause controversy, to annoy, to be a test; to provide or provoke in some individuals an insight, an acausal knowing, beyond words; and also possibly be one way to not only intentionally mislead the unwary but also lead others to make certain unwarranted (sometimes prejudiced) assumptions about ‘us’ and about the O9A.

As so often, the Occult cognoscenti, and those striving to follow the O9A seven fold way or one of its other praxises, will know or can via their own efforts and/or by the use of certain Dark Arts discover the truth presenced by and embedded within such a mythos, and to their credit quite a few individuals associated with or inspired by the O9A have over the past few years independently discovered the truth.

R. Parker
2016

{1} In respect of what being ‘against Time’ meant and might imply, qv. the book The Lightning and The Sun by Savitri Devi.

{2} Senholt – in his Secret Identities in the Sinister Tradition: Political Esotericism and the Convergence of Radical Islam, Satanism, and National Socialism in the Order of Nine Angles [in ‘The Devil’s Party: Satanism in Modernity’. Oxford University Press. pp. 250–274] – considered Myatt’s Islam years to be such an insight role. Similarly, Van Luijk – in his Children of Lucifer: The Origins of Modern Religious Satanism, Oxford University Press, 2016, p.373 – raised the possibility that Myatt’s ‘numinous way/philosophy of pathei-mathos’ is yet another sinister insight role. As someone associated with the English-based L316 Lympstone Nexion mentioned on an internet forum some years ago now:

“As to the Numinous Way, I think that’s the most subversive of the entire tri-headed monster that is the memeplex (ONA, Numinous Way, Reichsfolk). It has a nice coating of ‘respect for all life’ and empathy which are things I can agree with absolutely, and are much easier to accept than the focus on the Sinister of the ONA, however both have the same aim in my view. Imagine if the Numinous Way caught on (which it’s more apt to do than the ONA by definition), and people developed that profound and real respect for one another as Nexions – and people comported themselves with absolute responsibility. By definition the deaths the system causes and running around after money would become repugnant (because it is) naturally as people became more aware of what they were contributing to (as the meme requires). The Numinous way also requires a degree of self reliance and self awareness that the system currently finds repugnant. Imagine if they (per the tenets of the Numinous Way) resolved their disputes among each other (without relying on the state, including through trial by combat). What you’d have is a group of people, driven by a seemingly positive motive, living totally outside the law (among their own) and actively taking responsibility for the horrific actions that the state forces them to be party to every day. They’d be de facto criminals in the eyes of the State. That’s truly subversive right there, but also esoterically does represent the complete circle. It’s the reconciliation where the Sinister Numinous, meets the Numinous.”

{3} “[Myatt] is an extremely violent, intelligent, dark, and complex individual.” Raine, Susan. The Devil’s Party (Book review). Religion, Volume 44, Issue 3, July 2014.

{4} qv. the still available text The Radical Occult Philosophy of Anton Long (2015, ISBN 978-1518690433) which discusses Anton Long’s esoteric philosophy and also Myatt’s life in the context of the O9A seven fold way.