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The Upward Path

labor_cropby John Calhoun

SO YOU have decided to devote your life to the cause of the White Race. I commend you on that. I want to tell you that our cause is not for the weak, nor is it for the egoistic. Many self-proclaimed “Führers” and “Aryan Warriors” have come before you. Though they were able to speak the lingo and dress the part (or a part, anyway), when the chips fell, they were no longer to be found.

Radicalism is needed. But radicalism of any kind tends to pull in some weak, anti-social people. Organized groups can attract and provide structure for those who are unable to orchestrate their own lives. When asked to be responsible or competent, such . . . → Read More: The Upward Path

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A Forest Hymn

forest_1This great 19th-century poem of Nature-mysticism contains intimations of Cosmotheism.

by William Cullen Bryant, 1824

THE GROVES were God’s first temples. Ere man learned
To hew the shaft, and lay the architrave,
And spread the roof above them, — ere he framed
The lofty vault, to gather and roll back
The sound of anthems; in the darkling wood,
Amidst the cool and silence, he knelt down,
And offered to the Mightiest solemn thanks
And supplication. For his simple heart
Might not resist the sacred influences,
Which, from the stilly twilight of the place,
And from the gray old trunks that high in heaven
Mingled their mossy boughs, and from the sound
Of the invisible breath that swayed at once
All their green tops, stole over him, and bowed
His spirit with . . . → Read More: A Forest Hymn

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Edgar Allan Poe: Cosmotheist?

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

I REGARD POE (pictured) as an instinctive, intuitive Cosmotheist thinker, though he did not construct or expound a religion or philosophy based upon his ideas as did William Pierce and others.

Consider Poe’s words from his ‘prose poem’ Eureka, which he held to be one of his most important works, though it is among his most ignored today. Poe makes many errors in Eureka, but few that cannot be excused by the limited scientific knowledge of his day. He didn’t have the facts available to Pierce, Romer, Dawkins, Cattell, or even Shaw and Nietzsche; but he did see far more deeply than most writers of his time. Some of his intuitive insights . . . → Read More: Edgar Allan Poe: Cosmotheist?

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Conservatism or Radicalism? A Call for a Spiritual Elite

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The following text is a transcript of the talk given by Attack! editor Dr. William Pierce at the weekly meeting of the National Alliance on January 16, 1977.

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured)

CONSERVATIVE AND right-wing political groups are concerned with a number of problems these days: forced school busing, taxes, gun control, street crime, inflation. They oppose these things in various ways: through public demonstrations; through propaganda efforts with leaflets, magazines, or newspapers; through lobbying; and through election campaigns. And they gain members and supporters from those elements of the population who are also opposed to these things.

In general, the more concrete, specific, and immediate a problem is, the larger and more enthusiastic will be the public response to . . . → Read More: Conservatism or Radicalism? A Call for a Spiritual Elite

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At the Threshold

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One of Dr. Pierce’s greatest, most poetic writings

by Dr. William L. Pierce

OUR RACE’S scientific/technological development over the course of the past 25 centuries or so may be likened to a long, long fuse connected to a keg of blasting powder. The fuse has sputtered along in a fitful manner, occasionally seeming almost to go out, then catching again. A couple of hundred years ago it began hissing more strongly and throwing out a regular shower of sparks, as the fire progressed more rapidly along the cord.

At the beginning of this century the fire was fairly racing along, and the hiss was growing into a continuous roar. Thirty years or so ago, the light from the flaring, roaring fuse was lighting up the whole sky. . . . → Read More: At the Threshold

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The Vast Journey of the Fourth Generation

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by Kevin Alfred Strom

THE VAST JOURNEY of the Monarch butterfly is one of the most mysterious — and awe-inspiring — facets of Nature. We are far, far from understanding it. These delicate creatures — just four inches across — have bodies narrower than a snippet of the smallest twine, parchment-thin wings with patterns like stained glass of orange and amber, and five of them together do not quite weigh an ounce. They have brains little larger than a grain of salt. Yet within those brains are genetically-implanted instructions that send these creatures on a multi-generational journey of immense proportions and mysterious dimensions — a journey that we . . . → Read More: The Vast Journey of the Fourth Generation

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Dr. William Pierce: Preparing the Way, part 2

purpose_of_the_state_william_pierceAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of September 19, 2015

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by Kevin Alfred Strom with
Malcolm P. Shiel, Editor

TO HONOR the late William Luther Pierce, whose 82nd birthday would have been last week, I commissioned Malcolm Shiel to create a new work based on media reports about Dr. Pierce, removing the mischaracterizations, falsehoods, and attacks — but keeping the facts, the background, the details, and most of all the words of the man himself. We now present part 2 of “Dr. William Pierce, Preparing the Way.”

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BY THE MID-1970s, William Pierce was convinced that the essays he was publishing in Attack!, the journal of the National Alliance, were having little effect. “I thought what I was saying . . . → Read More: Dr. William Pierce: Preparing the Way, part 2

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Change Versus Progress

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A Cosmotheist lecture never before transcribed

by Dr. William L. Pierce

THURSDAY, as some of you may know, I was out of the office, because I had to go to a juvenile court. My two sixteen year-old sons — it was a relatively minor thing — had been riding with some girls in the back of a pick-up truck belonging to their friend, and the friend managed to overturn his truck in a field. No one was hurt, but the owner of the field charged everyone with trespass.

When the court finally got around to hearing the case involving my sons and their friends, the judge dismissed the charges, but meanwhile I had to sit through several other cases.

One of the cases involved . . . → Read More: Change Versus Progress

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Human Dignity: A Racial Ethic

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A Cosmotheist lecture never before transcribed

by Dr. William L. Pierce

I WANT TO talk to you some more this evening about ethics and about behavior, in particular about the way in which we should behave. Last week we saw a couple of interesting films on man’s origins and on animal behavior, and let me remind you what I said after those films last week. Our pre-human ancestors were, as all the fossil evidence now indicates, predators, meat-eating apes, who hunted and killed with weapons, rather than tree-dwelling vegetarians. But this fact is no excuse for any kind of behavior now. Whether our ancestors 15 million years ago were aggressive meat eaters or whether they were timid, non-aggressive vegetarians, as the liberals . . . → Read More: Human Dignity: A Racial Ethic

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Intimations of Cosmotheism: Wagner and Shaw — A Synthesis

oswald-mosley-300x399by Sir Oswald Mosley (pictured)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the first in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism. Even the reader who is not a devotee of Wagner, or familiar with Bernard Shaw’s interpretation of his Ring cycle, should bear with Mosley’s essay: it will prove illuminating and inspiring. — Kevin Alfred Strom.

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THE MAN OF ACTION in the realm of art is a helpless being. If he has even the beginning of the sensitivity which is as essential to great action as it is to great art, he is irresistibly drawn to the luminous world, but within it he is an ingenuous, defenceless and, . . . → Read More: Intimations of Cosmotheism: Wagner and Shaw — A Synthesis

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Intimations of Cosmotheism: Aviation, the Cosmos, and the Future of Man

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by Charles A. Lindbergh (pictured)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This piece is the second in a series of articles which will illustrate some of the earlier intimations, in the works of other writers and thinkers, of the central ideas of Dr. William Pierce’s philosophy, Cosmotheism.

Here the great aviator, scientist, and patriot Charles Lindbergh speaks of the advancement of man on the eve of our race’s first steps on another world in 1969; he hints at a higher type of man whose dawn may be seen if we can “contrive a new process of evolutionary selection,” and speaks of an awareness that our lives — and even Life itself — may only be way stations on a journey of increasing consciousness, the next stage of which even our best minds cannot yet imagine. — . . . → Read More: Intimations of Cosmotheism: Aviation, the Cosmos, and the Future of Man

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Cosmotheism in Savitri Devi

1925-with-two-Greek-friends-600-dpi-color-CROPPED-RETOUCHEDEDITOR’S NOTE: R. G. Fowler published the following extracts from Savitri Devi’s Defiance under the title “The Superman: The Purpose of the Universe, the Meaning of Life.” I am reprinting it here because of the resemblance to William Pierce’s philosophy of cosmotheism. For more on cosmotheism, click here. Defiance is available for purchase here. Alex Kurtagic’s review is here.

Defiance, Centennial Edition, p. 61:

“MY FIRM conviction. . . is that the highest purpose of life is to forward the growth of a superior humanity, whose role is to rule a healthy world. No means are too ruthless that can bring us nearer to that goal.” (ILLUSTRATION: Savitri Devi in 1925)

. . . → Read More: Cosmotheism in Savitri Devi

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