Hypocrisy I never liked that word i don’t even understand its worth or weight how does the accusation alone win an argument. IT DOESN’T. Firstly, let’s just make this painfully clear from the get-go, I’m guilty i am a hypocrite out of shape and out of style but i know as ORDER15 i know the goal i know the prize where we should be and ill advocate for it till death.
“One cannot cure with external means that which requires internal transformation.”
It is the Self; not the clothing, haircut, beard, tattoos, or muscles that make the man.
However, a worthy Self will seek to make itself immanent in the material world through the Body via a Noble demeanor, usually accompanied by a distinct aristocratic taste.
In other words:
The Real Deal =
As, you can see, even in the face of his executors; this young man kept his Stoic composure, and breathed a superior air.
It is interesting how even in a plain white shirt, untailored pants, unkept hair, and relatively undefined muscles…his regal nature still expresses itself in a way we deem to be ‘Aesthetic’.
In a certain respect, this is the practice of ‘Physiognomy’, meaning that your outer appearance, regardless of how hard you try to Larp it up, is reflective of the quality of the Self. People will ‘see’ your quality before they even meet you.
This is why some people seem to have a type of aura about them, which draws people to them like a magnet.
So, it should be clear that the first goal when joining ORDER15 must be to bring your-Self into Order itself, before you start worrying about external things. But once you’re at that point, allow us to make a few recommendations to help your aesthetic.
1. Physique: You want to sculpt yourself the body of a hero, anywhere in the realm of Michelangelos ‘The David’ or Arno Brekers ‘The Great Torch-Bearer’ or Sir Frederic Leightons ‘An Athlete Wrestling with a Python’ be satisfactory.
You read about Achilles in the Iliad? Use him as inspiration in your own personal quest. That is a main purpose of myth, to teach virtue. Pursue it!
If you would like to supplement your working out and dieting with some reading, may we recommend Yukio Mishimas “Sun and Steel” as well as Julius Evolas “Meditations on the Peaks”.
2. Face: We get it, you were hit with the Ugly-Stick when you were born. But fellas, there are things you can do to have a more attractive face, one that commands respect. Firstly, point 1, get in shape. As your Body-Fat decreases, your Face-Fat will follow. This gives you a sharper and more refined jawline and whatnot. Secondly, either go clean shaven, or maintain your facial hair in an Edwardian fashion (neatly). No one respects the Duck Dynasty Anti-Aesthetic. Thirdly, maintain a fitting and comb-able haircut (or, go bald if that suits you). You should not look like a stray dog or a homeless man (Varg gets a pass) I say that for a few of the Odins Guard boys who i know will now undoubtedly in turn give me and this article a pass.
3. Attire: You should not follow fashion ‘trends’ nor should you go out of your way to look antiquated. Timeless masculine (or feminine for the Ladies would follow the page) looks are appreciated and give a legitimacy and authority to your wardrobe. Simplicity is attractive. You can augment what you wear with simple choices; such as the wearing of suspenders or wearing a retro-60s Knit Tie.
People notice these things, and they like them. However, if you roll into Wal-Mart with your Top Hat and Riding Pants on, you’ll get negative looks.
On a final note: get your clothes Tailored. I know i don’t but you should all the same. That’s what its about upping the game.
Quality > Quantity
We Revolt Against the Modern World as Men, not as Frat-Boys
So go forth into the Wilderness, as a Man, to do your Duty, represent O15 represent Nationalism in General with style and edge.
One who is still an “Aryan” spirit in a large European or American city, with its skyscrapers and asphalt, with its politics and sport, with its crowds who dance and shout, with its exponents of secular culture and of soulless science and so on—among all this he may feel himself more alone and detached and nomad than he would have done in the time of the Buddha, in conditions of physical isolation and of actual wandering.