The Why?

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The nine foundational articles below lay out a broader and philosophical sequence of considerations that indicate the framework and mindset of The Great Order project.

The following essays have remained essentially unchanged since this site went live on August 21, 2017.


  1. Through the Narrow Pass
  2. The Narrow Pass of Our Times: Globalism vs. Extreme Chauvinism
  3. The Tyranny of Projection
  4. Layers of Consciousness
  5. Does Consciousness Really Precede Form?
  6. Layers of Identity
  7. Layers of Kinship
  8. A Taxonomy of Feelings
  9. Love





Is a spinning top spiraling along with high and steady energy the most stable and integrated, instead of the lopsided top that wobbles and teeters haphazardly, swaying between extremes?

Can a warrior stop to enjoy the scent of a flower and still be a warrior?

Does an artist have to buck against every convention and dress zanily just for the sake of it, to announce they’re an artist, instead of feeling assured in who they are regardless of circumstance? 

Is a person of noble bearing noble whether they find themselves in a shack or a palace?

Can you love the wide world and want the best for all while still protecting and loving your closest kin and your culture? Is “loving the world” often best served by tending to your own patch of earth’s garden? Is there any meaning without particulars? 

Do doors not both open and shut– are boundaries and openness not interconnected?

Is symbiosis not what maintains the balance of any ecosystem?

Do the male and female principles not create new life, do positive and negative charges not create the most vital currents of energy?

Can you see and feel that the synergy of apparent opposites animates the majesty, the harmony of the cosmos? Is this not, in fact, Love?

Is it possible the contemporary world conspires to corral you into this side or that, to throw you off balance, make you conflicted and disintegrated inside so you then project that imperiled inner condition outwardly into all you encounter?

Might the paradigm shift and change of eras we’re experiencing not quite be what you’d first assumed it would be?

Can you be steadfast and centered in a way that still gives a song to your heart and a twinkle to your eye?

Does mastery and proper use of passions not produce a more complete love of life?

Are there new questions whose answers are rooted in the things that have always been?…


Here is the spirit behind what I do.

My personal biography is likely not of primary importance to you.

But as ever, we are known by our fruits. 

-Jared George


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Jared George first became active online with his The Great Ordewebsite and platforms in late 2017, with an intention to somehow contribute to the regeneration of the West and engender more harmony during this time of transition and upheaval.

Since launching his site and going public Jared has regularly created various media. He appears on popular shows and livestreams and since early 2018 has hosted The After Party along with Jason Köhne.

In August 2020 Jared started the salon-style Learning In Public series with John Bruce Leonard, author and Editor-in-Chief of Arktos publishing, as his co-host.

He has made short cultural videos for Red Ice, and his articles and poetry have been published in various outfits.

Along with Australian content creator, Lovely Porridge, Jared co-organized 2019’s Last Message to the West video contest, the first of its kind.

Late 2020 saw the publication of the beautiful coffee table book, FOLK. Jared produced and wrote a short story for the project, which gathered several well-known content producers and activists from around the Western world to answer the question, “what does it meant to be a people?”

At the end of 2020 Jared began publicly releasing original music under his The Great Order banner. The last of his creative ventures to be incorporated into Jared’s public life, music is actually his main focus and passion. He now primarily works as a recording artist.