This seems like a big transitional period in the West, when the religion and values of the West are declining fast, something like when the Roman Empire was declining, and new movements are vying to fill the great gap. Our religious philosophy very generally grew out of Raymond Cattell's “Beyondism,” Kirk and Buchanan's “Paleoconservatism,” and Wilson's "Sociobiology." I was encouraged in my early writings by Wilmot Robertson, and a few notable times by Cattell, for a period I considered myself a racial nationalist, although I was never a member of anything, but none of these movements affirm my work now in theological materialism, the Twofold Path, the ECC, or in ethnopluralism, at least not openly.
Religion in general is considered archaic and not viable and is mostly despised on the intellectual far right, other than the Traditionalist School which is now led mainly by Russians who tend to despise science and evolution and very much dislike America. The science-oriented don't like us because we affirm religion, the paleoconservatives don't like us because we affirm evolution, the Beyondist's aren’t fond of our including traditional religion, revolutionaries don't like us because we prefer the slower change of conservatism, and the Left doesn’t like us for most of the reasons mentioned above.
Given this situation one needs to learn to live as an outsider. This can be positive because we are mainly working under the radar, which frees us to do independent work. We welcome help if it is going in our same direction, and encouraging words are much appreciated---we sometimes feel like we are walking a tightrope, with people only waiting to see if we fall off. But we believe there is a positive future for our religious and political philosophy.