TT Live 6: Matt Parrott on Freemasonry

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  1. nicholasi
    nicholasi October 13, 2012 at 12:42 pm |

    Is this a joke? Wasn’t the Masonic “Lighthouse Books” one of this Parrott’s operations? Doesn’t he now work with all those anti-christians and faggots at counter-currents?

    1. Matt Parrott
      Matt Parrott October 14, 2012 at 12:11 pm |

      I don’t believe using a masonic icon to signify the section on political conspiracies is approved by the Lodge.

      As for the other folks at Counter-Currents, we can either take a leadership role in the development of New Right thought or be left behind.

      1. nicholasi
        nicholasi October 14, 2012 at 2:39 pm |

        I don’t see how a pack of catamites (esp. queerboys like Jack Donovan and James J. O’Meara) could “take a leadership role”. I’m sure they’d rather be left behind.

        What do they accomplish with their preaching that Aryan culture is the most faggoty on the planet, ever, and was founded by homos? Or the idea that Christian family values are just a Jew conspiracy to destroy the superior and naturally queer Aryan man. Or the idea that the only choice for Whitey is between The Negro and The Homo? I don’t see this leading anywhere except to some pervert bathhouse.

        Of course these homos find a home at counter-currents because the entire site is Anti-Christian, and stinks of every sort of “esoteric” kabbalistic Satanic filth.

        I’m wondering if Christian Gray is just ignorant of what counter-currents is all about, or is he some sort of con-man. For now I’ll assume he’s just ignorant. Still, a bit of research would be in order.

        1. Matt Parrott
          Matt Parrott October 14, 2012 at 4:14 pm |

          It’s a large writing collective, one which includes those guys.

          I don’t support the “Aryan Mannerbund” stuff going on there or the stuff about Christianity being a Jewish conspiracy.

          If there’s anything I wrote that you take issue with, I’ll be happy to answer for it. I don’t have the time to answer for everything you find offensive on every blogging network that I contribute to.

  2. nicholasi
    nicholasi October 14, 2012 at 2:45 pm |

    Christian, will you be promoting James O’Meara’s forthcoming book from Counter Currents, “The Homo and the Negro”?

  3. nicholasi
    nicholasi October 14, 2012 at 2:46 pm |

    Christian, will you be interviewig this rabidly Anti-Christian queer counter-currents writer, who loves to talk about hard bodies in pink thongs?

    1. christiangray
      christiangray October 14, 2012 at 4:18 pm |

      No, I won’t be having any homosexuals on TT Live. I’m not sure how having Matt on my show implies that I support anti-Christs and gays. I interviewed Matt because he’s my friend, irrespective of his new project (which I knew nothing about when I interviewed him, and, frankly, which doesn’t bother me). I also interviewed Joe Adams knowing well that he takes a non-Christian, secular approach to white advocacy. Again,doesn’t really bother me. Are you a Christian? Thanks for stopping by.

      1. nicholasi
        nicholasi October 14, 2012 at 5:09 pm |

        Yes, I’m a Christian.

        Interviewing Parrott is in no way like interviewing people who are simply non-believers. Counter-Currents is actively and persistently Anti-Christian.

        Parrott supports Counter-Currents, promotes it, is part of it. You promote it by linking to it. It is utter Anti-Christian filth. If it doesn’t bother you that it constantly spreads extreme Anti-Christian hate and lies, and teaches that White society is great because it is the most homosexual culture ever, then you a suspicious character who I won’t waste time listening to.

        1. christiangray
          christiangray October 14, 2012 at 5:21 pm |

          I simply linked to as many of Matt’s articles as I could because I like Matt and his work. I’ll pull the link if you can find a piece by Matt that promotes faggotry and opposes Christianity.

          1. nicholasi
            nicholasi October 15, 2012 at 12:29 am |

            You are a hypocrite.

            Christian Gray, June 2, 2012: “Because we know what The Bible says about education — that education is the most religious thing in the world. It’s our primary duty. … Our education needs to be Christ-centred. We need to approach all subjects through the lens of scripture and through the Christian world-view.”

            If you are familiar with Parrot’s work then you must be disingenuous to point of dishonesty.

            Parrott, explaining why he’s not much involved with the mostly Anti-Christian Lighthouse these days: “[Anti-Christian] Counter-Currents Publishing … and [Anti-Christian] Arktos are already doing an admirable job.”

            He says he’s just involved in “writing collectives”, when in fact he heavily promotes these heavily Anti-Christian sites and publishers.

            They do not simply have the odd Anti-Christian writer; they are at their core deeply Anti-Christian.

            “Counter-Currents Publishing, Ltd. takes its guiding principles from French Traditionalist [Muslim Freemason, founder of a masonic lodge] René Guénon’s The Crisis of the Modern World.”

            Even though Counter-Currents is run by queers and consistently promotes faggotry and every sort of Anti-Christian ideology and cult,
            Arktos is perhaps even worse. It publishes mostly Masonic, “easoteric”, Jew and Satanic writers, such as Steven J. Rosen (“Satyaraja Dasa”), Gershom Scholem, Troy Southgate, The Zohar, Julius Evola (“Introduction to Magic”, “The Hermetic Tradition”), Pauwels & Bergier (“The Morning of the Magicians”), Otto Rahn (“Lucifer’s Court”), Luc Benoist (“The Esoteric Path”), René Guénon (a Muslim Freemason, founder of a Masonic lodge; Arktos publishes his aplogia for Freemasonry, “Studies in Freemasonry and the Compagnonnage”, and his “Insights into Christian Esoterism”), Jean Borella (“Guénonian Esoterism and Christian Mystery” … “This work critically applies Guénonian metaphysics to the Christian tradition, providing many firsthand citations and references. The work is of great value to Christians wishing to rediscover an authentic metaphysical doctrine within the Church.”), Frithjof Schuon (“Understanding Islam” … “Islam has been more misunderstood than any other religion. In this book, long regarded as a classic, Frithjof Schuon explains the basis of Islamic belief ‘from within.’ He takes as his point of departure the theme that Islam is ‘the meeting between God and Man'” & “Islam and the Perennial Philosophy” … “Like his other works on Islam, it is rooted in Sufism, and it has a rich vein of comparative religion, which demonstrates the unity of all true religions on the plane of all metaphysical truth.”), Rodney Blackhirst (“Primordial Alchemy and Modern Religion”), John Eberly (“Al-Kimia” … “This work is concerned with Islamic alchemy. It explores Sufi, Shi’ite and Hermetic sources. It touches upon occult areas of alchemy, including the jafr – comparable to Hebrew Qabala, the Qiyamat – a heretical Ismaili sect – and Hermetic color theory.”), Stephen E. Flowers (“Freemasonry and the Germanic Tradition” … “in which the author calls on individuals to help restore the original spirit and mission of Masonry.”), Savitri Devi, Aleister Crowley (“OFT-MALIGNED and endlessly portrayed as the archetypal epitome of evil incarnate…. This new book examines Crowley’s work in relation to Aiwass and Gnosticism, war and vengeance, Politics, Law and the Dionysian perspective, as well as discussing his mountaineering exploits, thoughts on self-mutilation and taking a more practical look at Thelemic magick itself. An illustrious roll-call of contributors includes David Beth, Troy Southgate, Dr. George J. Sieg, Vadge Moore, K.R. Bolton, Damon Zacharias, Keith Preston, Christopher Pankhurst, Hekate Perseia and Julius Evola.”), John Major Jenkins (“recovers a striking common thread that connects the ancient cosmological insights of the Maya not only to Egyptian thought and Vedic philosophy but also to the diversity of humankind’s metaphysical traditions ranging from Celtic sacred topography and Medieval alchemy to the Kabbalah and Islamic astrology.”), Trevor Ravenscroft (“The Spear of Destiny”; “This book posits that Hitler’s motivating belief was his desire to possess the Holy Spear of Longinus, which in the Christian tradition is the spear which pierced the side of Christ while he was on the Cross. Ravenscroft claims that Hitler used the powers of the Lance in his bid to conquer Europe.”), etc.

            This is what Matt Parrott promotes.

          2. nicholasi
            nicholasi October 15, 2012 at 4:54 am |

            “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.”

          3. christiangray
            christiangray October 15, 2012 at 8:41 am |

            Nicholasi, you’re making much ado about nothing. I’ve posted links to Vanguard News and William Pierce and others who promote anti-Christianity. If I see a value in a piece, I’m not afraid to post it, despite the intentions of the one who runs the website. Have I read all of Matt’s stuff? Of course not, but I like what I’ve read and he’s an advocate for our people. Does he share my precise creed? No, but he beliefs in the orthodox creeds. If you want to pursue Matthew 28 on him, go for it. Again, you won’t find Counter Currents in my Good Sites list in the sidebar, only a link to Matt’s writings on a particular page (one of which happens to be his work at CC).

            I’ll probably have Matt on again in the future. You’re welcome to call in and rebuke him.

          4. nicholasi
            nicholasi October 18, 2012 at 6:52 am |

            “Much Ado About Nothing”

            You’re a hypocrite.

            [BTW, William Pierce’s Turner Diaries was published by a Kike]

            Re ARKTOS:



            ITP & ARKTOS

            Integral Traditional Publishing was officially launched on the Winter Soltice of 2006, by Patrick Boch, a Polish shyster, then Legal Officer of Broxtowe Borough Council (for whom he took part in “Health and Safety” prosecution decisions and represented the Council in the magistrates’ court).

            Boch registered ITP as a business in Camden, London; listed himself as Company Director (UK Director ID 911205491); and gave his residence as: A Blue Nile Pacific Enclave, Opposite Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra State, India.

            The shyster Boch currently resides in Pune, Maharashtra, where he specializes in assisting non-Whites migrate to the UK, US and Australia, and in facilitating multinational investments in India (i.e., outsourcing), and is the Legal Counsel for The Kike’s New Right’s Arktos Publishing.

            “New Right Traditionalist” Boch:

            “I gained my contract negotiation and drafting expertise [as a manager] at Nomura, a leading international investment bank.” [“Based in Tokyo and with regional headquarters in Hong Kong, London, and New York…. Nomura’s unique understanding of Asia enables the company to make a difference for clients through five business divisions: retail, global markets, investment banking, merchant banking, and asset management.”]

            “I can help foreign companies and individuals with their investments in India by giving advice on legal and cultural realities, applying for government approvals, drafting documents, incorporating companies, looking for business partners and advising on all aspects of Indian law. I have helped business invest in India as well as with setting up a trust.”

            [As Legal Consultant for Govinda Consult, 2011-Present] “[I] Set up a charity in India (drafted trust deed, registered deed, registered real property in trust’s name, applied with central government for permission to receive foreign contributions, applied with Reserve Bank of India for special permission for foreign residents to own real property in India), advised on Danish as well as Indian tax law and on international taxation issues, and helped negotiate contract with US supplier for CDs (drafting and advice on effect of each contentious clause). [Govinda Consult is a Danish company which imports Indians to Denmark to give Transformation Courses, Spiritual Elite Coaching and Explosive Workshops, in such things as Healing with Chakra Tuning Forks. It is run by Krishna Avatara Dasa, a disciple of Radha Govinda Swami.]

            [As Councel for Arktos Media Ltd, 2007-Present] “[I] Advised on legal issues relating to IP rights, web-domain ownership issues, tax, and copyright and consumer protection law; negotiated and executed merger with another publisher; negotiated and drafted all author, publisher and employment contracts; drafted amendments to the company’s Articles of Association; drafted the company’s terms and conditions of trade; filed tax and company documents with government agencies.”

            “I have advised on immigration law issues mainly in relation to spouse visa applications, including in a highly contentious case involving an Indian national married to an American. I am conversant with US, UK and Australian immigration law and can advise on visa applications, including what documentation to include, and write letters, submissions and appeal notices to authorities.”


          5. christiangray
            christiangray October 18, 2012 at 2:46 pm |

            Thanks for visiting.

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