In modern times and in public opinion, there is a time when extremism is talked about, and it is still considered a religious affiliation.
Sacred relics have often been a unifying force in pre-Modern societies. The Western historian Christopher Dawson relates one account of this phenomenon from Uganda:
American authors Michael Hoffman and his mentor James Shelby Downard were the first to speak about “The Alchemical Processing of Humanity through Public Psychodrama”.
In Byzantine existential space, in Byzantine culture, the Katehon was Emperor but Christian Emperor. He was considered to be a kind of Bishop of the Church.
The wine is Dionysus as a kind of freedom from the Great Mother. The freedom is possible and Dionysus is the sign of the freedom.
Europe as it usually appears to the onlooker starts with the fall of Western Roman Empire, the Middle Ages and above all, Christianity – whether Catholicism, Protestantism, or Anglicanism.
Friedrich Jünger has said that the order of the Olympian Gods is constructed over the shoulders and the heads of the Titans.