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New Book from Arktos: Esoteric Trumpism

My book, Esoteric Trumpism, published by Arktos, with a foreword by Raw Egg Nationalist and an introduction by James Kirkpatrick, delves into the profound and often unexplored dimensions of Donald Trump’s political journey, presenting it as a pivotal moment in the grand narrative of Western civilization. Through the lens of Oswald Spengler’s cyclical theory of history, the book explores Trump as a Faustian figure, striving against the tide of decline, embodying the spirit of American exceptionalism and the fierce battle for national identity.

Infused with a blend of Lovecraftian mystery and the barbaric glory of Robert E. Howard, Esoteric Trumpism, offers a unique, philosophically rich perspective on Trump’s era, blending biblical motifs, apocalyptic imagery, and historical parallels to frame his presidency as a critical turning point in the saga of the West. A scholarly and artistic analysis, styled in a poetic manner, it offers an intriguing exploration of Trump’s unconventional approach to leadership.


The West, once a titan among civilizations, now shudders as the end approaches. Countries are ablaze with fury, and the skies seem to darken with the promise of divine retribution, echoing the biblical prophecy: “And the nations were angry, and thy wrath is come” (Revelation 11:18). This tumultuous time, where the once unshakeable foundations tremble, unfolds like a script from ancient texts, forewarning of a chapter in history where every action, every decision, becomes a marker for the future.

In such times, Trump bears the weight of a culture’s survival upon his shoulders. He vows, with a determination as steadfast as the biblical Nehemiah, to shore up the nation’s faltering ramparts, to stem the relentless tide that could drown his homeland in the disorder that plagues unfortunate lands. Trump’s pledge is steeped in ancient wisdom, as if drawing from the sacred texts themselves, declaring that the homeland shall not be toiled by foreign hands nor its harvest reaped by strangers, as is written: “They shall not build, and another inhabit; they shall not plant, and another eat” (Isaiah 65:22). His mission is clear: to secure the legacy and sovereignty of the American people.

Trump has promised to carry out the “largest deportation operation” in American history, modeled after the Eisenhower administration’s infamous “Operation Wetback” in 1954, when hundreds of thousands of Mexican immigrants (including those that held American citizenship) were deported. He has also pledged to invoke the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 — a law cited during World War Two to approve the surveillance and detention of Italian, German and Japanese immigrants — to deport suspected immigrant gang members. “I’ll invoke immediately the Alien Enemies Act to remove all known or suspected gang members…the drug dealers, the cartel members from the United States, ending the scourge of illegal alien gang violence once and for all,” Trump said.

In this critical chapter of history, Trump stands firm, like a lone guardian facing the storm. His critics, who push for a future where everyone blends into one, are quick to dismiss him. They dream of an America where the old ways are forgotten, buried under the new world they want to build. This new world is chaotic, where streets overflow with waste, honesty in courts is rare, and the once bright light of America fades to a weak glow. Spengler warned us in The Decline of the West that when money rules, it can destroy both wisdom and freedom. This warning rings true today, painting a tragic picture of a future where America loses itself and the greatness it once stood for.

Should Trump’s call to action fail to unite the people, and his plan to protect the borders be hindered, the predictions of decline by Spengler seem more likely to unfold. Spengler tells us of a downfall that is certain, where the might of wealth and the noisy bustle of the city silence the traditional voices of the common people. He writes of a cycle where democracy ends up undermining itself, following the corrosive influence of money on intellectual integrity. As the corrosive influence of wealth expands, it permeates the very foundations upon which the nation was built, eroding the pillars of culture and community. The market’s invisible hand, once a symbol of freedom and prosperity, now seems to clutch at the throat of tradition, squeezing tight until the breath of common purpose and shared values becomes an asthmatic thread. The pursuit of profit at all costs seeds discord among the people, setting brother against brother in a race for riches that leaves the soul of the nation impoverished. The marketplace becomes a battleground, where only the cold calculus of gain is revered and America’s heritage is worn down, continuously threatened by the insatiable maw of greed and self-interest.

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