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    In the World of Tradition, there are two paths for a man to achieve heroism. I talk about Julius Evola's conceptions of the warrior and ascetic archetypes and how to apply them in the modern age. For my related video on the female archetypes, click here: https://youtu.be/2LTr-MGrvm0 For my series on Nationalism and Nihilism, click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... For my video on the gender crisis, click here: https://youtu.be/2y5Hls_yLp8

    In the World of Tradition, there are two paths for a woman to achieve heroism. I talk about Julius Evola's conceptions of the Aphrodite and Demeter archetypes and the passive heroism of women within the context of these two roles, as well as some of the problems of identifying these archetypes in modern women.


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    >Julius Evola's conceptions
    Esqueeze me, sweaty?


    Them's just repackaged Jung's (or Jung-influenced) classic archetypes:
    King, Warrior, Magician, Lover
    Queen, amazon, priestess, lover

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