Don Arp Jr.
Don Arp, Jr., has an M.A. in Anthropology and a B.A. with Highest Distinction in History, both from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and a Certificate in Forensic Science from North Central State College in Mansfield, Ohio. Don is published in several fields and has had his work cited in three textbooks and a New York Times bestseller. In 2007, his work as a volunteer civilian consultant and historian of U.S. military operations, especially those in post-Hurricane Katrina Louisiana, was recognized with the U.S. Army Commander’s Award for Public Service.
Prof. Raghupati Bhatt has written for a number of newspapers, including the Navhind Times where he has written a number of articles on the history of India and the Mahabharata. Originally from Kolhapur, he now resides in Goa. He was the Associate Professor at G. V. M’s College, Ponda-Goa. Rhagupati Bhatt has he also taught English and written work on the Ramayana.
K. Deva is the pseudonym of Victor Caine, editor, and blogger of Aristokratia Journal, which is now in it’s fourth volume. Victor does not support any forms of ‘ism’ such as Communism, Anarchism, or Fascism, nor does he identify as belonging to the Left or the Right. Instead, he prefers to think of himself as a man of logic, who does what needs to be done, independently of party ideology.
Miguel Angel Fernandez
Miguel Angel Fernandez was born in London, UK, and holds a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering. By drawing upon the technical experience gained through challenging engineering projects, for many years he has been devoted to synthesizing the cultural heritage of the West with the most advanced scientific-economic challenges presented by the techno-industrial societies. Miguel is the author of “The Solar Warrior” series of essays at www.thesolarwarrior.com which have gained important recognition. [spacer height=”20px”]
Juleigh Howard-Hobson has been named a Million Writers Award “Notable Story” writer, and nominated for both the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. Her work has appeared in such places as Heathen Harvest, Idunna, Hex Magazine, New Witch, Black Gnosis, The Runestone Journal, Enchanted Conversation, Heathen Call, The Journal for Contemporary Heathen Thought, Primordial Traditions, Northern Traditions, and Mandragora (Scarlett Imprint). She lives in the Pacific Northwest corner of the USA, on a homestead beside a dark forest.
Alexander Jacob was born in Madras, India, and obtained his Master’s in English Literature from the University of Leeds and his PhD. in the History of Ideas from the Pennsylvania State University. His publications include: De Naturae Natura: A Study of Idealistic Conceptions of Nature and the Unconscious, Ātman: A Reconstruction of the Solar Cosmology of the Indo-Europeans, Brahman: A Study of the Solar Rituals of the Indo-Europeans, The Grail: Two Studies, Nobilitas: A Study of European Aristocratic Philosophy from Ancient Greece to the Early Twentieth Century.
Damon Zacharias Lycourinos
Damon Zacharias Lycourinos has an academic background in the fields of anthropology, religious studies, and philosophy from the University of Wales, Lampeter, the University of Oxford, and the University of Cambridge. He is currently engaged in a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh in the areas of anthropology and religious studies exploring the meanings and weavings of ritual and magic in the West, both from diachronic and synchronic perspectives, with specific emphasis on the phenomenology of the ritual body. He currently resides in Britain, but when not he can be found in Athens or on the volcanic island of Thira overlooking the Aegean.
Boris Nad was born in Vinkovci, Slavonia, 1966. He studied in Zagreb and Belgrade, and graduated from the University of Belgrade. Since 1994 he has published essays and articles in local periodicals. He has published the following works: Age of Empire, Feast of Winners, New Ithaca, Mute Gods, The Return of Myth, Post-apocalypse, Ultime Thule, Hyperboreans, Feast of Winners, Seven Towers of Satan, Invisible Empire, and Symbols of Hyperborea. He is also featured on the CD: Sailing to Itaca, MCD, Skull line, Germany, 2013.
Brett Stevens writes on the topics of nihilism, deep ecology, nationalism and anti-work. He favors a society ruled by aristocrats, organized around hierarchy, oriented toward transcendental and realistic purpose, and ruled by culture which requires nationalism. He has been published at American Renaissance, AltRight, Alternative Right, Return Of Kings, Nihil and the blog where he serves as editor, Amerika.org. His first book, Nihilism, was published in 2016.
Robert Steuckers, born in 1956 in Uccle, near Brussels, was in the eighties the leading figure in the Belgian section of the French think-tank “Groupement de recherche et d’études pour la civilisation européenne” (GRECE). He is now the director of the pan-European association “Synergies européenes” founded by him in 1994. He is a principal champion of anti-capitalistic European nationalism and is the author of La Révolution conservatrice allemande.[spacer height=”20px”]
Lennart Svensson was born in Sweden in 1965, in the inner part of Norrland, in the middle of the thousand-mile taiga. The virtual wasteland of pinewood, mountains and lakes put its stamp on him, as did the modern world channeled through TV, books and music. Svensson’s first forays into writing came about with some pieces in journals and magazines. Svensson’s career began with two novels in Swedish. Further progress was made when he started writing in English, resulting in bios about Jünger and Wagner, as well as conceptual essays like Borderline – A Traditionalist Outlook for Modern Man and Science Fiction Seen from the Right.
Thinker, poet, diplomat, holder of a postgraduate degree in Philosophy from the Sorbonne University in Paris, Abir Taha is the author of several books in English. Versed in philosophy and spirituality, Abir Taha has a particular interest in Nietzschean thought, theosophy, Western and Eastern esotericism and mysticism. The author espouses a pantheistic, holistic vision of the world based on the eternal principles of the Naturreligion, the Religion of Nature which views God as immanent in nature and in man. Taha believes that the fulfilment of the Divine is life’s ultimate purpose and man’s highest vocation.
Gwendolyn Taunton is a recipient of the Ashton Wylie Award for Literary Excellence. The Ashton Wylie Award for literature is one of the largest monetary awards for literature in New Zealand. Following a series of major earthquakes which afflicted her place of residence in 2010-2011, Gwendolyn Taunton relocated back to her native soil in Australia. Gwendolyn Taunton holds a Masters in Religious Studies and has a strong interest in Hinduism, Buddhism, and European Traditions. When not creating literature or digital art, she can be found traversing the Australian wilderness and has a particular interest in native reptiles and parrots.