A central theme in Traditionalist thought is how all temporal power, beauty, goodness and innocence in the microcosm of the earthly sphere reflects eternal archetypes in the macrocosm of the heavenly sphere.
The triple opposition culture – soul - life vs. civilization – intellect – reason takes a new turn with O. Spengler (The Decline of the West. 1918-1922). He actually deals with culture as well as cultures.
The recent Western plunge into narratives of malicious poisonings, be it in Salisbury or in Syria, reflect political infantilism and a fundamental anti-religious mentality.
Between the Atlantic and Russia there is no more room for diplomacy
Traditionalist and Identitarian Notes on Jason Reza Jorjani’s Prometheus and Atlas (London: Arktos, 2016)