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Paulus Carolus Maurus
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You may call me Seaxwulf. Or if you like (and I like you) my day-walker’s name is Paul. I am many things. The I which addresses you does so in his capacity as an internet personality. A very focused lens reflecting my love and adoration of things European. Very specific is my love of Teutonic culture, from which I am proudly extracted. Not to the detriment, but deference, of other European ethnicities.

I am a Folkish Heathen. I have sympathies with the New Right, as it is called. But because we live in a world fraught with a plethora of labels, it is easier to say I think of myself as championing the Pro-Europid cause. For all you nincompoops who like to complain; pro-this does not necessarily equate anti-that. Not in my case, anyway. It, however, necessitates involvement with identitarian politick, but don’t let that bother your pretty little head. I’d never hurt a fly that didn’t buzz too loudly in my ear. I am also a Mainer, a proud Yankee Blueblood who wishes to carry on in his own version of the W.A.S.P tradition. My own brand being that of the White, Anglo-Saxon Pagan.

In that way I am a patriot. New England, my beloved homeland, comes from the work of my forefathers. The eldest of whom can be traced to the old Fatherlands of Denmark and Germany from whence they spread out, leaving landmarks in Flanders and England before sending shoots to Ireland, Scotland and then New England. That is where I come in, the work of their hands.

But this is a business oriented time. You want to know what you can get from me. This is fair. I offer you insight. Insight through drawing, sketching, poetry, essays, and the odd tale or anecdote (a perennial Maine favourite.) I deal in spiritual themes, mythological, theoretical: the speculative sciences. I adore folklore. I flirt with controversy like a terse mistress. I also have a selection of photography reflecting my lovely land and those other places to where I have travelled in my day.

In return and pending your gracious approval, I would ask in return for what I give you a small boon in return. I have two goals in life: the promotion of a bright, and wonderful realisation of the Occidental spirit which has grown rotten and spoilt in modernity’s wake… and to continue in the Philosopher’s vein, like Socrates’ Gadfly, and make think those whom I encounter. For my efforts, I prefer my intellectual soul be stimulated. So. Drop me a line, I’ll give a pocket full of ha-pennies for your thoughts.


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kabloona Featured By Owner 2 days ago
After perusing your site--Given your interests, if you have not him, I suggest that you try reading some of Herman Hesse.
Seaxwulf Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You know, Bud, he was my favourite author in High School. Narcissus and Goldmund was my favourite, and I loved Rosshalde.

Thank you. It's kind advice. Hesse is an enriching author.
kabloona Featured By Owner 1 day ago
When I was in my late teens and perhaps very early twenties, I read every Herman Hesse novel I could find.  It all resonated with me but I wouldn't have been able to explain why.  I tried re-reading Hesse in my late thirties/early forties and I just couldn't get into it. But now in my late fifties, it makes sense to me--I get it all. In the last say 2 or 3 years, I've re-read Siddhartha, Steppenwolf, and Damien.   I just finished the first chapter of Narcissus and Goldmund.  When I'm done with that one, I'll re-read The Glass Bead Game. 

Steppenwolf is my favorite novel.  I read it in hs, but when I was in my sophomore year in college, the school showed the film Steppenwolf. It is very true to the novel.  On the first go round, I was fascinated by the magic theatre, but more importantly by the fact that Harry Haller was anti-war and had written an article in a publication that was anti-war.  Without knowing it was him who wrote it, two friends at a dinner party condemned the author of the article.  I relate to and greatly admire the character having high ideals and sticking to them in the face of extreme popularity and condemnation.  Conscience.

I enjoyed reading Steppenwolf more the second time around, as I could relate to the character by then.
Seaxwulf Featured By Owner 21 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes. Steppenwolf was quite good. I have to hunt these books down. It's true I haven't reached my forties, yet... but I still think I'll get more out of his work now that I've seen some "real life" stuff after High School.

Beneath The Wheel, is another good one.
DesertStormVet Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the faves dude.
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