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"Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about."

Traditionalism, or Tradition is an 8values ideology that is on the very end of the cultural spectrum. And is the complete opposite of cultural progressivism. It can be seen as a fusion of the Religious, Nationalist, Conservative, and Reactionary beliefs of the cultural right-wing. Some of the beliefs that Traditionalism has are closed borders, family values, respect of authority, and the death penalty. Some moderate political parties that have traditionalism as an ideology are the Conservative Party of the UK, the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, and the Republican Party of America. Going further Traditionalist you have parties like AfD in Germany, Fidesz in Hungary, Law and Justice in Poland and Forum for Democracy in the Netherlands.



The perennial philosophy (Latin: philosophia perennis),also referred to as perennialism and perennial wisdom, is a perspective in philosophy and spirituality that views religious traditions as sharing a single, metaphysical truth or origin from which all esoteric and exoteric knowledge and doctrine has grown.

Perennialism has its roots in the Renaissance interest in neo-Platonism and its idea of the One, from which all existence emerges. Marsilio Ficino (1433–1499) sought to integrate Hermeticism with Greek and Christian thought, discerning a prisca theologia which could be found in all ages. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463–94) suggested that truth could be found in many, rather than just two, traditions. He proposed a harmony between the thought of Plato and Aristotle, and saw aspects of the prisca theologia in Averroes (Ibn Rushd), the Quran, the Kabbalah and other sources. Agostino Steuco (1497–1548) coined the term philosophia perennis.

A more popular interpretation argues for universalism, the idea that all religions, underneath seeming differences, point to the same Truth. In the early 19th century the Transcendentalists propagated the idea of a metaphysical Truth and universalism, which inspired the Unitarians, who proselytized among Indian elites. Towards the end of the 19th century, the Theosophical Society further popularized universalism, not only in the western world, but also in western colonies. In the 20th century, universalism was further popularized through the Advaita Vedanta and Sufism inspired Traditionalist School, which argued for a metaphysical, single origin of the orthodox religions, and by Aldous Huxley and his book The Perennial Philosophy, which was inspired by Neo-Vedanta.

Personality and Behaviour

He acts like a stereotypical grumpy old man while also being extremely religious and nationalistic. He also considers himself to be a fighter for traditional values against Cultural Marxists who pose a threat to them.

He’s also very nostalgic about the old days, but not to the extent of Reactionaryism.

How To Draw

Flag of Traditionalism

Traditionalism's design is based on the 8values Tradition icon.

  1. Draw a ball,
  2. Fill it in green,
  3. Draw, in the centre, a grey hourglass,
  4. Draw the eyes, and you're done!
  5. (Optional) Add a cane and glasses.
Color Name HEX RGB
Green #8BC34A 139, 195, 74
Grey #222222 34, 34, 34


Guardians of Tradition

Any culturally right ideology, especially:


Any culturally center ideology, especially:

  • Classical Liberalism - You used to revolt against tradition back in your days, but now people viewed you as me... Quite confusing.
  • National Liberalism - An example of what I have recently said except for Taiwan.
  • Libertarianism - Similar to the two above, he sometimes sides with me against the cultural Marxists.
  • Austrian School - Same as above but somewhat better.
  • Neoconservatism - Back in my day we would go together and kill some g**k, but you have conserved nothing!
  • Neo-Libertarianism - Younger version of above.
  • Dengism - You used to be neutral on culture until Xi Jinping, who's similar to me took over but tone down the restriction of religion, human experimentation and oppression of non-Han culture.
  • Manosphere - He's a fighter against feminism and cultural Marxism, only that sometimes he can be like him . Also, why do you hate women? Isn't it our mission as men to protect them? That isn't gynocentrism or anything else you claim. And, for God's sake, don't just cry and pity yourself. That isn't how you act masculine.
  • Neoliberalism - Reagan, Thatcher, etc... were brave heroes but nowadays you usually promote what they opposed. (AKA bullshit Progressive values.)
  • Anarcho-Capitalism - He likes the Icelandic Commonwealth but sometimes has progressive views.
  • Progressive Conservatism - Mixed bag, literally.
  • Esoteric Fascism - What? Esoteric knowledge and sacred traditions from aliens that visited our planet in the past? Sorry, I don't want to hear your schizophrenic jibber-jabber. Talk to your similar sicko "friends" instead.
  • Venizelism - Lukewarm Matlab but he really kicks hurt the butt of leftists.
  • Hayekism - Why you are not on my side?
  • Bonapartism - Same for you.
  • Rockefeller Republicanism - Please man up.
  • Neoreactionaryism - You confuse me, but at least you have some good ideas. Although, being pro-gay and pro-tech isn't "based" and "redpilled". You must keep an eye on your friend too; he scares me.
  • Capitalism -We both rightist but you should care more about your fellow man and less about material possessions.
  • Socialism - Aah, finally someone who can see that the collective matters. Wait, why are most of your followers pr*gressive?
  • Scientocracy - I have no problem with science, but some of your ideas are awful. Also, stop playing God with your genetic modification.
  • Lys Noir - Uh... What?
  • Liberal Conservatism - Aren't you lacking The second part of your name, when you take more libtarded directions? Opportunitist "Son".

Filthy Cultural Marxists

Any culturally left ideology, especially:

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