A Novel by
Joseph Rex Kerrick
© 2014 by the author
by Jonathan Olavsson, cofounder Lumine Boreali traditionalist forum
Several pro-white personalities have authored fictional works dealing with the struggle for white racial survival in the future, including the establishment of new ethno-states. This is even one of the central elements featured in Joseph Rex Kerrick's epic work "Ram Arising", but it is much more than that. Far from being a fiction limited to the world of political ideology, this work concerns itself with the highest aspect of white racial rebirth, namely spiritual reinvigoration; and that is what makes his story stand out. Mr. Kerrick's grasp of esotericism, metaphysics and the occult blended with his affirmation of racial realities constitutes a perspective that is rarely encountered in fiction, and this makes for a highly interesting read packed with fascinating insights regarding a deep conflict of forces manifesting on several planes, whose final outcome will determine the destiny of this world. His vision of a new white elite which does not settle for the preservation of blood alone, but reclaims the true essence of what it means to be Aryan, Hyperborean, Thulean, in every sense including that of the spirit, should be paid heed to. Then, one day, maybe we can throw away our chains and become who we were meant to be.
It didn't take long for America to break down after the economic foundation collapsed.
In 2033 a semblance of law and order still prevails in militarized urban Green Zones, where the citizenry lives in fear of the gangs and terrorists who rule the countryside. Kirk Donaldson is among the fortunate few with a decent job, but his life is riddled with insecurities. In an effort to rekindle an old romance, he accompanies Jennifer Ekstrom to a performance by a rising star named Kalianna, the leader of a New Age cult whose followers worship her as a Goddess. In the audience is Gavin Paneskos, who challenges Kalianna and covertly engages her in psychic combat. During an intermission, Gavin and his cousin Aurora talk with Kirk and Jennifer, revealing that they are members of what the media describes as a white supremacist terrorist group. The truth, they say, is that they are citizens of Thule, a legendary kingdom which has risen again and thrives in areas liberated from what they call the New World Empire. Their leader is Ramar, a man endowed with the highest enlightenment and powers bordering on the supernatural.
Romantic encounters take place, Gavin with Jennifer and Aurora with Kirk. Each couple shares a kiss charged with such psychic-tantric energy that it awakens the souls of Kirk and Jennifer to their true identity as Thuleans.
The story tears open the Matrix-illusion of material life, and offers a glimpse of the hidden powers that contend for control of the world, for good or ill. The climax is an epochal battle that evokes the mythos of the Endtime, drawing on Hindu as well as Christian prophecies, the scientific Singularity, and the coming of the Übermensch.