About the Journal
The New Antaios Journal was founded by authors Ernst Jünger and Mircea Eliade who were editors of the original Antaios Journal (1959-1971). Previous Antaios Journal and The New Antaios Journal are both named after a giant from the Greek mythology who was defeated by Heracles. The new incarnation of this journal is dedicated in its entirety to studies of Hellenismos (Hellenism (Greek: Ἐλληνισμός), or the Hellenic Ethnic Religion (Greek: Ελληνική Εθνική Θρησκεία), also known as Dodekatheism (Greek: Δωδεκαθεϊσμός), Neoplatonism (original as it was) and Hinduism or the Sanatana Dharma.
In its inner core, the journal continues the legacy of the two principal authors who created the journal, along with the study of other important authors, writers and thinkers and their numerous works of Literature, Philosophy and Arts.
Why New Antaios?
Our goal is to provide a philosophical stance combined with the academic study and research. Our perception of the Hypermodernity is the critical one; rather we advocate a return to noble spirit and pluralistic values of the Polytheism. Hence our intent is to build a positive critique of Hipermodernity / Post-modernity and its dogma.
The New Antaios also means reconnecting with the natural beliefs, metaphysical & philosophical currents and teachings.
The New Antaios follows in the tradition of diverse authors, philosophers, mystics and what some would perhaps consider – heretics. Our studies and work are based upon the principle of free thought and the rejection of any kind/form of fanaticism, totalitarianism, dogmatism, dualism, the concept of Revelation or utilitarianism . Please note that this Journal doesn’t promote any kind of New Age, Wicca or/and any kind of speculative philosophies or speculative esotericism.
Do you think you can contribute?
Journal needs new writers /authors, artists and especially translators. If you think that you may have an academic, philosophical or just an interesting, well written article please contact us. Poetry, photography and art are accepted as well.
Note : The New Antaios Journal is NOT affiliated with any group, agenda, political party,ideology or think-tank. It is an academic research journal.
Thor Einar Leichhardt is a scholar who lives in United Kingdom. He holds diploma in Sanskrit language Studies with Bhakti Sastri, an BA degree in Political science and History, was studying Classical studies with Philosophy and Psychology and was an VTE teacher. He is currently working on his MA work in the History of the Political Ideas.
While living in India, he became an initiate in the spiritual line of the Traditional Gaudiya Vaishnavism (Hinduism).
Good communication wins, bad communication kills. You see it everywhere: in friendships, marriages, media, photography, design, art, politics, in all walks of life. Bad communication creates apprehension, isolation and misunderstanding, good communication bridges that misunderstanding and paves roads of appreciation. Best of communication reveals sincerity, thoughtfulness through language of aesthetics.
Good communication is inner art of every art. Zvonimir Tosic (MA, communication arts) is an Australian artist, designer and a post-modernist. He lives in Melbourne together with a family of three, a British Shorthair cat, in a lovely house surrounded with a beautiful garden where he grows his own roses. He has dedicated most of his life to development of better communication means between people and their audience. He helped edit and write many books, he writes his own as well, helped many achieve their noble communication goals, won best innovation in print industry awards, web design awards, art awards, and ‘Best Dad of the Year’ award from his son — if that’s of any interest to you. Every day of his life is as simple as that — dwelling in the world of creativity.
Boris Nad, Serbian writer and publicist, was born in Vinkovci, Slavonia, in 1966. He studied in Zagreb and Belgrade, graduated from the University of Belgrade. Since 1994. Boris Nad published various essays and articles in diverse journals and periodicals.
Some of his most important works are:
Time of empires, (Beograd, „Rivel Ko”, 2002), geopolitical writings (with Introduction by Dragoš Kalajić)
Victor’s feast, (Beograd, „Žagor”, 2005), short epic science-fiction novel
New Ithaca, (Niš, „Unus mundus“ – Niški kulturni centar, 2007), selection of essays, poetry, short stories and short prose
Silent gods, (Beograd, „Žagor“, 2008.), short prose
The return of the myth (Idea of the center, New Ithaca, Argonauts, Symbols of Hyperborea), (Niš, Niški kulturni centar, 2010), selection of essays and (geo)political writings, poetry, short prose and stories
Post-apokalypse, (Niš, „Unus mundus“, br. 38, Niški kulturni centar, 2011), essay
Ultima Thule, (Niš, „Unus mundus“, br. 40, Niški kulturni centar, 2011), stories
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