Entries by Uligang Ansbrandt

Zuism solves the theism-atheism dichotomy

This text is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). ZUISM SOLVES THE THEISM-ATHEISM DICHOTOMY The name “Zuism” comes from the Sumerian verb 𒍪 zu, meaning “to know”; it is a cosmic religion, based upon the belief in an ordered world, in an order which is observable in Heaven (𒀭 An or Dingir) and […]

The Zuist altar and calendar

This text is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). This pamphlet puts forward a model for the Zuist altar, to be kept either by the individual Zuist practitioner in his household or by communities in a temple, and presents a draft of the Zuist calendar. The “altar”, etymologically a place for “heightening”, shall […]

De civitate Caeli – The civilisation of Heaven

This text is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). The essay puts Zuism in dialogue with some of the most important currents of contemporary philosophical enquiry. It shows the compatibility of the Zuist project with the Eurasianist Fourth Political Theory of Aleksandr Dugin, and the affinity of Zuism with broader Eurasian religion, especially […]

Theory and layout of Zuist temples (with a project for Reykjavik’s Temple of Heaven)

This text is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). ❶ FOUNDATIONS OF COSMOLOGY Zuism is the worship of Heaven–𒀭 An–, which is the north ecliptic pole coiled by the constellation Draco, the source of all the star-gods.1 Heaven is the active whirling force which proceeds throughout all the heavenly bodies, the Earth, and […]

Elements of Zuist theology

This text is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). In this article the author explains the foundations of Sumerian/Zuist astral theology, that is to say the general theory of Heaven-Earth and of the main gods Enlil, Inanna and Enki. Zuism, also known as Sumerian-Mesopotamian Neopaganism,i is essentially the worship (id est worth-giving) of […]

What is Zuism?

This article is part of the Zuist Doctrinal Handbook (Zúisk Kenningarbók). WHAT IS ZUISM? The term “Zuism” derives from the Sumerian word 𒍪 zu, meaning “to know”. Zuism is therefore the “way of knowledge”, the way of knowing the appropriate modality of being human. It is the gnosis on how to appropriately stand in-between Heaven […]