I am thankful to Jay Dyer for the following research. One of the more interesting fellows in conspiracy research is Alexandr Dugin. On the surface he is anti-postmodern, anti-New World Order, and appears to be a committed Russian Orthodox Christian. Many convertskii–though certainly not all, to be fair–have become quite taken up with him. He makes bold statements and appears well-read philosophically. I was interested in his ideas for about two weeks, and then a few things tipped me off that this is headed in a bad direction.
- Dugin’s anti-New World Order statements quickly became anti-anything “West” statements. Imagine a harder version of the anti-Western bigotry we see on some Orthodox forums. There are many demonic things in the secular West, I don’t doubt, but these blanket statements are worse than useless.
- Roots in National Bolshevism: National Bolshevism is a form of communitarian fascism that is open to Christianity and presents a strong national front against globalism. Unfortunately, many adherents are openly atheistic and a house cannot have two masters. Even worse, the symbol of National Bolshevism is still the hammer and sickle. Most people really don’t know what that means, aside from some vague reference to Soviet Russia. The Kabbalists who toppled the Tsar, though, knew exactly what the symbol meant. It was a reference to the Demiurgos using a scythe to sever the connection between heaven and earth. It is literally a Satanic form of atheism. To be fair, Dugin distanced himself from the earlier elements of National Bolshevism, but the separation seemed to be over leadership, not doctrine.
- Chaos symbol: This is where Jay’s analysis is very helpful. Dugin essentially argues that his Eurasian Union is to use the West’s power against the West. Chaos theory.
- Protecting the “Tradition?” I’ve come to be suspicious of the Tradition element inherited and passed along by guys like Guenon. Much of it is quite interesting, but if these guys are positing an ancient tradition that is tied with Egypt, India, and Babylon, then I have to really disagree. To be fair, Dugin isn’t advocating allying with Babylonian magic. However, consider his movement’s flag:
Compare with below:
Chaos magic symbol above
Unfortunately, it’s not a coincidence, given Dugin’s advocating using the West weapons against the West. That is chaos theory.
Many convertskii–those who have converted to Orthodoxy from Protestant sections–are promoting Dugin. Let’s think about this for a moment. These convertskii rightly see that the current US order is corrupted and fatally flawed. They want a consistent, communitarian alternative. Dugin’s model provides that. I have to ask if they are aware of the consequences.