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Official Social Media

Our official social media are on many common platforms, not as a means of entertainment or immediate engagement, but for outreach and networking where traditionalists already frequent. They help us spread the word about our initiative in the hopes that people like you consider reaching out to us.

Recognized Independent Communities

Our Association does not maintain official online communities outside of its own social platform. For those interested, we endorse online groups which foster an outlook in accord with our vision for the future of the traditionalist American community. Through such recognition, the disunity that hampers traditional groups can be mitigated through federated cooperation. You can initiate recognition of your own community by contacting us.

On June 3rd, 2020, the remaining AMS volunteers began reforming their efforts away from futile political activism. They also shut down the Facebook group where the whole project began. With new conviction to begin an association treating on American traditionalist social issues, the now-director thought it fitting to create a new group as the spiritual successor to the old Society. An entity personally owned and run by EPTA’s Director, OSG dons insignia reminiscent to the AMS, replacing the eagle with his seal and displaying the Society’s founding date. Like EPTA’s mission, the OSG advocates traditionalist and Catholic social causes and networking.

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The Modern world is full of assumptions. Perhaps the most pervasive of these assumptions is the idea of progress, that over time the world has gotten better, and what we have today is better than what our forefathers had before. But what if that wasn’t entirely true? The problem with asking these questions in public is that progress is now a religious ideal. Instead of pealing back the layers of modernity, you have to fight just to hold ground. That’s where Fermentation and Monarchy can help. What started as a bit of a joke about the “two pillars of civilization” has gone from meme dump to intellectual forum where nothing is taken for granted (except the faith.) Our forefathers left us with a beautiful world, and it’s time we start seeing it like they did.

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A page for Catholics to share the beauty of The Church, events and adventures, as well as any crafts or wares that they may make and want to promote.

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On June 3rd, 2020, the remaining AMS volunteers began reforming their efforts away from futile political activism. They also shut down the Facebook group where the whole project began. With new conviction to begin an association treating on American traditionalist social issues, the now-director thought it fitting to create a new group as the spiritual successor to the old Society. An entity personally owned and run by EPTA’s Director, OSG dons insignia reminiscent to the AMS, replacing the eagle with his seal and displaying the Society’s founding date. Like EPTA’s mission, the OSG advocates traditionalist and Catholic social causes and networking.

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This group is for discussing the two pillars of civilization, Fermentation and Monarchy. But let’s be honest, it’s mostly a safe space to dump memes and rant about the pitfalls of modernity.

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The Counter Revolution began on Tumblr in 2016 as a fiery organization utilizing a two-pronged advocacy: restoring traditional monarchist politics throughout the West and restoring the social kingship of Jesus Christ. Peaking in late 2017, it obtained thousands of followers, multiple active chapters, organized meetings throughout the country, and met with Cardinal Burke. Things took a turn for the worst when TCR leadership wavered during the winter of 2018. Seeing no end to worsening feuds and disorder, an inner circle unilaterally left the founder and established a lay religious fraternity. TCR and its secular advocacy collapsed shortly after. Today, TCR is reconstituted as a social group inspired to the same vigor and activism as the original organization.

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