David Myatt Page

This Web-Site is about David Myatt:
Poet, Philosopher, Mystic, Translator of Ancient Greek Classics,
Former Christian Monk, Former Neo-Nazi, Former Radical Muslim

David Myatt interviewed by the BBC, 2000
(David Myatt interviewed by the BBC, 2000)

A modern day Faustian man, David Myatt has spent several decades in a quest for the ultimate meaning of life. He has been, at different times in his life, a Christian monk, a Buddhist, a Taoist, a pagan, a Muslim and what he once described as a "revolutionary street-activist" for various White supremacist groups. He was involved with a secret military organization, set up by British government during the Cold War, to conduct sabotage and assassinations. He has also been accused of being the Grand Master of an underground Fascist-Occult order.

Over a decade ago, Myatt converted to Islam and began supporting 'martyrdom operations' (suicide bombings) and Jihad. Myatt has since left Islam and created and propagated what he calls both The Numinous Way and the Philosophy of Pathei-Mathos, and his writings about this 'Numinous Way' extol the virtues of "empathy, compassion, reason and honour." According to political scientist Professor George Michael, David Myatt "has arguably done more that any other theorist to develop a synthesis of the extreme right and Islam."

His life is certainly interesting, and complex, and seems to defy the simple explanations some commentators, and many journalists, have advanced.


" Myatt has undertaken a global odyssey which took him on extended stays in the Middle East and East Asia, accompanied by studies of religions ranging from Christianity to Islam in the Western tradition and Taoism and Buddhism in the Eastern path. In the course of this Siddhartha-like search for truth, Myatt sampled the life of the monastery in both its Christian and Buddhist forms."

"Myatt is an ethereal character. He is a dangerous man who has twice been jailed for his violent right-wing activities [...] He remains a deeply subversive intellectual."

"Ele deixou o islamismo em 2010 e começou um novo movimento, um místico chamado 'Caminho do numinoso'. Parece que ele deixou todo o ódio para trás. Ele agora enfatiza a paz ea empatia entre todos os humans."

"[Myatt] is an extremely violent, intelligent, dark, and complex individual."

"Myatt był od wielu lat jednym z najważniejszych postaci brytyjskiej skrajnej prawicy, pierwszym liderem British National Socialist Movement i ideologiem niesławnego terrorystycznego ugrupowania Combat 18. Jednak w 1998 roku stało się coś dziwnego: przeszedł na islam i przyjął imię Abdul-Aziz ibn Myatt. Nie oznaczało to, że złagodniał. Bo chociaż odrzucił rasizm i nacjonalizm, to jednocześnie wychwala talibów, bin Ladena, dżihad i zabijanie niewiernych. Cała sprawa ma jednak drugie, tajemne dno. Myatt w młodości spędził wiele lat na studiowaniiu taoizmu, przebywał w buddyjskich i chrześcijańskich klasztorach, zgłębiał sztuki walki. Później zajął zachodnią tradycją magiczną. Według niektórych źródeł jest przywódcą Order Of Nine Angles, satanistycznej organizacji, której “boją się” inni sataniści. Według niektórych jego “nawrócenie” na islam jest tylko trikiem, kolejną z faustowskich ekspedycji jego życia. On sam kiedyś przytoczył cytat: “Kiedy Prorok (salla Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) zamierzał wybrać się w podróż, zawsze udawał, że jedzie gdzieś indziej i powiadał: wojna oznacza oszustwo."

"Oltre alla Chiesa di Satana e al Tempio di Set – quest’ultimo oggi in una fase post-satanista dove gli originari riferimenti al satanismo sono messi in secondo piano – la maggiore organizzazione satanista mondiale è l’Order of Nine Angles (ONA), le cui origini risalgono al 1970 e il cui fondatore si nasconde sotto lo pseudonimo di Anton Long. La maggior parte degli studiosi, e oggi anche voci interne al movimento, concordano nell’identificare Anton Long con il neonazista inglese David Myatt, la cui carriera politica ed esoterica è peraltro complessa e comprende prima una vera o simulata conversione all’islam e successivamente una svolta verso una forma di ermetismo neo-pagano ispirato all’ethos delle tragedie greche. I temi legati al satanismo, compresa una versione della Messa nera, rimangono centrali nella dottrina e nel rituale, ma coesistono con riferimenti eclettici all’esoterismo occidentale o orientale e con un razzismo a forte connotazione antisemita. Direttamente o attraverso organizzazione satelliti [...] l’ONA conterebbe su qualche migliaio di aderenti, alcuni presenti anche in Italia. Il condizionale è d’obbligo, perché l’ONA – che propugna il terrorismo e non esclude l’omicidio come gesto che avrebbe una speciale valenza iniziatica – è per definizione un’organizzazione segreta, ancorché i suoi testi fondamentali siano facilmente disponibili sia a stampa sia su Internet." Centro Studi sulle Nuove Religioni

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          Myatt, 2004

Biographical, Comments, Reviews, Allegations

Reading Myngath

The Mystic Philosophy Of David Myatt
(pdf)

The Life And Poetry of David Myatt

A Review of Myatt's The Divine Pymander

A Review of Myatt's Monas

David Myatt and the Order of Nine Angles

Racism, Extremism, and Culture
An Overview of David Myatt's Philosophy of Pathei-Mathos

A Review of Myngath
(Myatt's Autobiography)

Myatt's 'Religion, Empathy, and Pathei-Mathos' - A Review

Myatt's Ιερός Λόγος

A Short Biography of David Myatt

A Review of Myatt's 'Good, Evil, Honour, and God'

Collected Works In Print

David Myatt (1995)

Recent Works by David Myatt

Corpus Hermeticum - Poimandres
(pdf)

Corpus Hermeticum - Ιερός Λόγος
(pdf)

Corpus Hermeticum IV
(pdf)

Sarigthersa
(pdf)

A Perplexing Failure To Understand

Towards Understanding Physis

The Way Of Pathei-Mathos - A Precis

Education And The Culture of Pathei-Mathos

Conjectures Concerning Our Nexible Physis

Questions of Good and Evil
(pdf)


Extremism

Disclaimer

Understanding and Rejecting Extremism
(pdf)

Meditations On Extremism
(pdf)

Understanding And Countering Muslim Extremism


Philosophy, Autobiographical, Poetry, Greek Translations

Bright Purple Orchids
(pdf)

The Numinous Way of Pathei-Mathos
(pdf)

Selected Greek Translations
(Myatt's Translations of Sappho, Homer, Aeschylus, Sophocles)

Myngath - Recollections of A Wyrdful Life
The Autobiography of David Myatt
(April 2013 Edition 1.6 MB pdf)

The Development of The Numinous Way

A Path To Humility

Relict - Autobiographical Poems
(pdf)

Some Rejected Poems
(pdf)


External Links

Pathei-Mathos
(Myatt's Personal Website)

A Learning From Adversity
(Myatt's Personal Weblog)

Writings Concerning The Philosophy Of Pathei-Mathos



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