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Don’t transfer your wrath onto Steve!

I have been reproducing most of the text of the article ‘The Holy Hook’. ‘Christianity without the Old Testament?’ is the last section of that essay by Laurent Guyénot. It consists of 900 words. I don’t want to reproduce it here but you can read it in The Unz Review. In that last section, Guyénot…

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My first book

Those who don’t read Deschner’s series on Christendom’s history on which I am now focusing are perhaps unaware that, within those posts, I interject comments of my own. For example, yesterday I commented on Charlemagne’s childhood as follows: The autobiographical genre I want to inaugurate, analysing our abusive parents, sheds great light on these issues.…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 161

– For the context of these translations click here – Anti-juridical sovereignty of Charles and the beginning of the pro-pope warfare Shortly before Pope Stephen died at the end of January 772, Carloman had died (after having made large donations to churches and monasteries, and especially to the cathedral of Rheims and the abbey of…

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Dad and the queen

My father with Queen Elizabeth when she visited his music school in 1975 (the photo is of poor quality because it’s a newspaper clipping).

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 155

– For the context of these translations click here – The dispute over images begins If we are well-informed about the 6th century of Byzantine history, thanks especially to the detailed descriptions of the historian Procopius, the 7th and 8th centuries remain in great obscurity. Only the chronicles of two theologians, both defenders of images…

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I don’t think your Lord exists

by Gaedhal Schopenhauer famously said that the sun sees so much carnage on its daily course that it were better if the earth, like the moon, were still in a crystalline state and not able to call forth the phenomenon of life. I agree with the carnage bit. I disagree with the notion that a…

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On music education

Two years ago, during the pandemic and lockdowns, I recommended half a hundred films. And about ten years ago an Australian asked me in the comments section of this site what pieces of classical music I would recommend for him to suggest to his daughters. But music is not like films. One can watch typical…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 92

I remember with nostalgia the beautiful cats that abounded, more than half a century ago, in the streets and houses of the good city of Lyon where I was born, and where I grew up. Rare were the shops where one didn’t see one of these felines sitting at the door, or comfortably stretched out…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 84

What does it mean to speak of the irrevocable impossibility of ‘rectification,’ in the sense in which a devotee of the cyclic theory of History—such as, in India, the first ranks of orthodox Hindus; such as, in the West, a Rene Guénon or Julius Evola—would understand this idea? It means—and there it is almost a…

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My stepping stones

in crossing the psychological Rubicon In my previous post I talked about a couple of steps I crossed when I was a normie, but not about my steps in crossing the psychological Rubicon.   2008 The first step in leaving the lands of Normieland behind me towards National Socialism was my discovery of the Islamisation…

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