Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity

Forsideomslag
NYU Press, 2002 - 371 sider

Uncovers the mindset and motives that drive far-right extremists

More than half a century after the defeat of Nazism and fascism, the far right is again challenging the liberal order of Western democracies. Radical movements are feeding on anxiety about immigration, globalization and the refugee crisis, giving rise to new waves of nationalism and surges of white supremacism. A curious mixture of Aristocratic paganism, anti-Semitic demonology, Eastern philosophies and the occult is influencing populist antigovernment sentiment and helping to exploit the widespread fear that invisible elites are shaping world events.

Black Sun examines this neofascist ideology, showing how hate groups, militias and conspiracy cults gain influence. Based on interviews and extensive research into underground groups, the book documents new Nazi and fascist sects that have sprung up since the 1970s and examines the mentality and motivation of these far-right extremists. The result is a detailed, grounded portrait of the mythical and devotional aspects of Hitler cults among Aryan mystics, racist skinheads and Nazi satanists, and disciples of heavy metal music and occult literature.

Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke offers a unique perspective on far right neo-Nazism viewing it as a new form of Western religious heresy. He paints a frightening picture of a religion with its own relics, rituals, prophecies and an international sectarian following that could, under the proper conditions, gain political power and attempt to realize its dangerous millenarian fantasies.

 

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In Black Sun, Goodrick-Clarke comprehensively reviews the post-war Neo-Nazi movement ranging from Miguel Serrano's Esoteric Hitlerism to Nordic racial paganism and how modern conspiracy theorists link ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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Goodrick-Clarke's The Occult Roots of Nazism examined the influence of late 19th- and early 20th-century German and pagan mysticism on National Socialist thought. This sequel, based on the writings of ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

Indhold

Introduction
1
The British Nazi Underground
30
Julius Evola and the Kali Yuga
52
Imperium and the New Atlantis
72
Savitri Devi and the Hitler Avatar
88
The Nazi Mysteries
107
Wilhelm Landig and the Esoteric SS
128
Nazi UFOs Antarctica and Aldebaran
151
White Noise and Black Metal
193
Nazi Satanism and the New Aeon
213
Christian Identity and Creativity
232
Nordic Racial Paganism
257
Conspiracy Beliefs and the New World Order
279
The Politics of Identity
303
Acknowledgments
355
About the Author
371

Miguel Serrano and Esoteric Hitlerism
173

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Om forfatteren (2002)

Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke is the author of several books on ideology and the Western esoteric tradition, including Hitler's Priestess and The Occult Roots of Nazism, which has remained in print since its publication in 1985 and has been translated into eight languages. He writes regularly for European and US Journals and has contributed to several films on the Third Reich and World War II.

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