Krisztián Vass: ”Algóré”

Without the past there is no possibility of the ”New World's” possessing Time, so it endeavours to conquer Space. That is the reason why Hollywood movie heroes keep speeding with their Buicks all over the US. Motels, motorways, petrol stations and the great journey: the ever recurring elements of a script.

Róbert Horváth: The Painter of Divine Manifestation and Sovereignty

Csontváry’s spirituality does not require any extrinsic justification. The paintings themselves bear witness primarily to his spiritual path, in so far as they are contemplated intensively, thoroughly, in an autonomous way and without placing obstacles in the way of the intellect; obstacles stemming from the need for rational or irrational interpretations

János Tudós-Takács: The Relation of Philosophy and Natural Sciences

In the Antiquity and in the Middle Ages a distinction was made between perfect and imperfect sciences. Philosophy and mathematics were classified as perfect sciences, while all the others were called imperfect sciences. In accordance with it natural sciences were also regarded ‘imperfect ones’ in this period.

János Tudós-Takács: The Ultimate Criterion of Truth

The truth of a logical judgement becomes evident for us when we realise that the entity of the subject of the judgement includes or excludes the entity of the predicament entity meaning the entirety of those characteristics which constitute a concept.

René Guénon: Spirit and Intellect

From the point of view of manifestation, such is the individual human state, it is necessary to introduce what we call the problem of the perspective. When we talk about the universal distinguishing it from the individual, the thing that should be meant here is not only what is not manifested but also what is supraindividual within manifestation, that is, being beyond formal manifestation, to which Buddhi essentially belongs.

René Guénon: Beyond the Mind

In the course of spiritual realisation all knowledge is essentially a spiritual identification, an assimilation to what has become known. Thus it is evident that the individual as such is unable to gain knowledge of something which lies beyond the individual domain, that being a contradiction.

Angelo Brelich: The Weltanschauung Lying in the Background of the Antique, Latin Inscriptions

Interestingly enough, on some inscriptions the shadow, the soul of the dead is placed in the grave. What actually are these shadows? It is inevitable that these do not stand for a positive faith element, but for the residue which survived in the mythical mind's eye after it had encountered non-being. This shadow is bloodless, small and covered up: it is the man from which human qualities are missing.

Julius Evola: Masonry and the Intellectual Preparation of Revolutions

It is high time we realised that considering the French revolution as one which is the revolt of the people, despite its unavoidable abuses a noble demand of the human rights, etc. is a lie, an old wives’ tale for inexperienced and naive young ones.

Dr. András László: Some Words on the Role of Political Background Forces

The author outlines the hierarchy of the powers lying in the background of today’s politics, the goals and real direction of these aspirations. Besides assessing ‘judeolatomocratism’ he touches upon e.g. the very person of Hitler or the coup of Valerio Borghese.

László Virág: Notes on the Mythical Figure of King ’Saint’ László

The sacred power, which gave the dynasty a superhuman charisma and legitimised the rule over the people, lived on in the Christian Turul Dynasty, foremost in the ’saint kings’. Naturally their being Christians with all their heart is evident and their being pagans is out of the question.

H. T. Hakl: Nationalsocialism and Occultism

The author gives an account of those works which deal with the appearance of occult tendencies within nationalsocialism, not leaving out critical remarks either. This is the most complete piece of work that gives a summary of the literature dealing with this topic.

László Virág: On the Ku Klux Klan III.

This piece of writing gives a short summary of the history of the Ku Klux Klan after WW2. It points out that resulting from the left-wing hegemony the efforts of the Klan are becoming more and more isolated and disunited.

Ferenc Julier: The Art of Strategy

History gives evidence of the fact that long periods of peace are interrupted by short wars in the lives of all modern states. These short wars - considering the duration of the period of peace - end a certain developmental phase or a period of stagnation in the history of the state and at the same time depending on the result of the war open up a better or a worse period.

Kard, kereszt, korona (Sword, Cross and Crown) — Millennial book review

It is doubtless, that Kard, kereszt, korona is the book of the Hungarians. The authors (Tibor Imre Baranyi, Róbert Horváth and András László) deal with the Hungarian nation from a spiritual perspective.