In the second part of the analysis of the phenomenon of synchronicity, we proceed to compare it with what was traditionally understood as correspondence between man and the world. The synchronicity appears to be a veritable inversion of this relation with rather sinister consequences.
In this analysis we’ll offer few insights about what the phenomenon called "synchronicity" might be. However, in contrast to most treatments of this issue – from C.G. Jung’s preliminary work down to plethora of the New Age “spiritual” textbooks and manuals, ending up with alt right ‘chaos magick’ inauguration of their President of choice – the inferences you’ll find here are intended to show that the question of synchronicity could in fact be a rather sinister affair.
In the third and final episode of our series on Order of the Nine Angles we conclude an analysis with outlining its political doctrine. Perhaps we'll leave the occultism leaning reader disappointed, but as it turns out it is all indeed about politics. Satanic for sure, but politics non the less.
Richard Spencer, an acclaimed leader of the Alt Right movement, proposed not long ago a need for "political theology". Well, we'd like to correct him just a bit: he in fact proposed a need for political sorcery.
The second part of the analysis of LHP system focuses on metaphysical principles of the Order of the Nine Angles and peculiar emergence of Martin Heidegger's notions in some of the core writings of this hyper-modern Satanist organization. The affinity is by no means accidental, because, after all, there's only one Modernity and only one Satan.
While Richard Spencer's half-joke of hailing Donald Trump with Roman salute rose a lot of dust, some remarks in his NPI speech point into rather sinister direction. A posthuman one.