Western Destiny

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Western Destiny (June 1964-1966) was a White racialist magazine published by Willis Carto's Noontide Press. Carto wrote for the magazine under the name E. L. Anderson.[1] In 1965 the editor was Roger Pearson. Pearson was the author of Eugenics and Race and editor of the magazine Northern World which can be seen as the predecessor of Western Destiny.

The publication promoted the philosophy and ideology of Francis Parker Yockey and his work Imperium. Western Destiny closed when Willis Carto gained controlled of the prestigious magazine The American Mercury in 1966.



  1. Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement..., by Leonard Zeskind, page 11

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