Before the Exodus: E.M. Cioran and The Iron Guard

Before moving to an 'Apocalyptic Garage' (Paris, France), Romanian philosopher Cioran, like his friend Mircea Eliade, was an active supporter and intellectual of the Legionary Movement.

The song you hear is "Flamme" by Allerseelen.  Allerseelen are the experimental, post-industrial and military pop music works of Austrian musician Gerhard Petak, aka Kadmon. The German name is translated into English as All Souls' Day. Their music is inspired by nature and has a strong philosophical/alchemical context inspired by the writings of Friedrich Nietzsche, Carl Jung, Ernst Jünger, and Julius Evola.

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