From 1st to the 3rd of September, a meeting, by of Eurhope took place, the AENM organiser.
The place chosen to spend time together, to take stock of the activities undertaken in the metapolitical, political, economic and cultural fields that have taken place so far, and to design the 2017-18 program was Transylvania.
Coming from six European countries (Italy, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Romania) the Lansquenets, after spending the first day in Cluj, a university town of ancient imperial tradition and birthplace of Mattia Corvino, went to Dracula Castle in Piatra Fantanele.
The Castle is just a few miles from the Limes of the Roman Empire, which was for a long time also the one of the Holy Roman Empire. The choice of place was dictated by this approach. It is useless for you to defend the frontier if vampires behind you suck your blood and take away your strength and vitality.
The Limes is then a loop, something that does not only need to separate but also sacralize space. No one can defend himself behind a physical border or a wall if he does not have the boundary already traced in himself, and not into neurasthenia or hate, but in the serene and strong awareness of his own identity. Sparta did not need any walls because it had enough energy from the breasts of his warriors. “The first enemy is yourself”: become what you are and change everything.
In order to better perceive this sensation and to absorb it physically, Romania has been chosen, to which for ninety-eight years, with a rank of four, belonged this region, because it is the land that gave birth to Corneliu Zelea Codreanu to whom the meeting of these days called Iron Vanguard was devoted.
We then went to Moldova, Romania’s region, to go to the Voronet Monastery, painted with unique chromatic technique in the 16th century and kept under communism, though cultured, thanks to its aesthetic value that allowed tourist monetization.
The next European meeting will probably take place in Delphi at the end of October. We will keep you informed.
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