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    Bought some new books yesterday:

    The Barbarian Conversion: From Paganism to Christianity (1997)
    by Richard Fletcher

    Nietzsche, Volumes One and Two, The Will to Power as Art and Eternal Return of the Same
    by Martin Heidegger and translated by David Farrell Krell

    Nietzsche, Volumes Three and Four, The Will to Power as Knowledge and Nihilism
    by Martin Heidegger and translated by David Farrell Krell

    The Renaissance
    by Paul Johnson (finally found this one)

    The Wittgenstein Reader
    Edited by Anthony Kenny

    Thanks for the recommendation friedrich braun. I have read about 70 pages into The Barbarian Conversion so far. I found this interesting in particular:

    "'Throughout the whole period of the Roman empire not a single example is known of a man who was appointed bishop with the specific task of going beyond the frontier to a wholly pagan region in order to convert the barbarians living there.'"

    Richard Fletcher, The Barbarian Conversion: From Paganism to Christianity (Los Angeles, 1997), p.25
    The Phora

    "There are no principles; there are only events. There is no good and bad, there are only circumstances. The superior man espouses events and circumstances in order to guide them. If there were principles and fixed laws, nations would not change them as we change our shirts and a man can not be expected to be wiser than an entire nation."
    —Honoré de Balzac

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    The movement that was condemned unheard (Rörelsen som dömdes ohörd) - "Wiking Jerk"



    A new book written by a nationalist about the history of the major Swedish national socialist party 1933-1950.

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    Dune, by Frank Herbert.

    once I'm finished that one:
    Les misérables, by Victor Hugo, in the original French.
    Foucault's Pendulum, by Umberto Eco, in the English translation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laedifox
    Dune, by Frank Herbert.

    once I'm finished that one:
    Les misérables, by Victor Hugo, in the original French.
    Foucault's Pendulum, by Umberto Eco, in the English translation.
    I love Umberto Eco and Foucault's Pendulum is a perennial favourite -- lots of wacky, conspiratorial fun!

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    You're more than welcome, Fade.

    All that Nietzsche...now I know why I like you so much...we're drinking at the same source...hehehe....

    My discovery of Nietzsche in my early twenties has been of monumental importance to my life and world-view. I never feel as much exhilirating joy as when I read the great Saxon.

    I've got all of his works at home.

    "You say it is the good cause that hallows even war? I say unto you: it is the good war that hallows any cause. War and courage have accomplished more great things than love of the neighbor."

    Werde wer du bist! ["Become who you are!"]





    Quote Originally Posted by FadeTheButcher
    Bought some new books yesterday:

    The Barbarian Conversion: From Paganism to Christianity (1997)
    by Richard Fletcher

    Nietzsche, Volumes One and Two, The Will to Power as Art and Eternal Return of the Same
    by Martin Heidegger and translated by David Farrell Krell

    Nietzsche, Volumes Three and Four, The Will to Power as Knowledge and Nihilism
    by Martin Heidegger and translated by David Farrell Krell

    The Renaissance
    by Paul Johnson (finally found this one)

    The Wittgenstein Reader
    Edited by Anthony Kenny

    Thanks for the recommendation friedrich braun. I have read about 70 pages into The Barbarian Conversion so far. I found this interesting in particular:

    "'Throughout the whole period of the Roman empire not a single example is known of a man who was appointed bishop with the specific task of going beyond the frontier to a wholly pagan region in order to convert the barbarians living there.'"

    Richard Fletcher, The Barbarian Conversion: From Paganism to Christianity (Los Angeles, 1997), p.25

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    Sparkling new additions to my library:

    Stepping Stones to Nowhere: The Aleutian Islands, Alaska, and American Military Strategy, 1867-1945 (2003)
    By Galen Roger Perras

    Calculating the Value of the Union: Slavery, Property Rights, and the Economic Origins of the Civil War (2003)
    By James L. Huston

    Over the Edge of the World: Magellan’s Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe (2003)
    By Laurence Bergreen

    The Winter King: Frederick V of the Palantine and the Coming of the Thirty Years’ War (2003)
    By Brennan C. Pursell

    The Great Confrontation: Europe and Islam Through the Centuries (2003)
    By Ilya V. Gaiduk

    Mohammed and Charlemagne (1955)
    By Henri Pirenne

    A Dangerous Mind: Carl Schmitt in Post-War European Thought (2003)
    By Jan-Werner Mueller

    The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I (2003)
    By Thomas Fleming
    The Phora

    "There are no principles; there are only events. There is no good and bad, there are only circumstances. The superior man espouses events and circumstances in order to guide them. If there were principles and fixed laws, nations would not change them as we change our shirts and a man can not be expected to be wiser than an entire nation."
    —Honoré de Balzac

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    Just finished reading:

    Siegfried Kadner, Rasse und Humor [Race and Humour], Berlin 1936.

    Contents: Plant, Animal and Man / Tension and Relaxion / Comic and Humour / Culture, Style and Race / The Nordic Style / The Falish Humour / Mediterranean Comic / Dinaric "Hamur" / Alpine Serenity / Conflicting Character of East Baltic Laughter / Hither Asian / Jewish cynism / Negro and Negrification / Mixed forms

    Man ſei Held oder Heiliger. In der Mitte liegt nicht die Weisheit, ſondern die Alltäglichkeit.

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    John Keegan's history of WW II.

    I just bought "Histoire des réligions" [History of religion] in 6 volumes.

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    I had to quit reading Deceived, Damned, & Defiant by David Lane. Going into the book I had a tremendous respect for Mr Lane just for starting the 14 Words. After reading through about 2/3rds of the book I had to stop. Mr Lane seems to be a conspiracy nut. WW2 was started by the jews in order to secure Israel? We should all rape white women to increase our population? The second question/statement caused me to stop reading. If anyone thinks I should continue on let me know.

    Right now I started reading an easy book:
    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
    Its a quick and easy read and I should be done by the end of the weekend.

    I don't know if I will be tackling Decline and Falll of the Roman Empire or if I will blow through Fields of Fire by James Webb first.

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    Morning of the Magicians - Louis Pauwels & Jacque Bergier
    Shamanism - Mircea Eliade
    Introducing Nietzsche

    And --- Nietzche was Saxon? He was from a Polish (Slavic) family.

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