EssaysThomas Dalton

by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. Sympnoia panta (“All things conspire”).
Hippocrates[1]“I know nothing about QAnon.”
Donald J. Trump[2] WHAT CAN BE more fun than a conspiracy? Conspiracies are sneaky, salacious, cryptographic, lurid, and enticing.  They promise secret knowledge of the inner workings…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Colonel Ingersoll and two of his grandchildren by Revilo P. Oliver THE American Atheist Press in Austin, Texas, has published a booklet by Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll under the title, A Christmas Sermon and the Controversy it Aroused, with an introduction by Jon G. Murray, a son of the famous Madalyn…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver FOR READERS who are interested in the evolution of Christianity, I note the appearance of an English translation of the only significant work by Pope Innocent III.(1) It is true that Innocent was a voluminous writer, whose works occupy Volumes 214-217 in Minge’s Patrologia
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver The Gospel FASHIONS constantly change, of course, and con men are always coming up with new words, but if you look to the essentials, you will see that with Jack Catran we have gone back to Edward Bellamy, and that means, the revelations of Messiah Marx, whence a clear spoor leads back…
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by Matt Koehl “Wir sind nicht die Letzten von gestern, sondern die Ersten von morgen.”— H. Sündermann I. IDEA AND CIVILIZATION EVERY GREAT CULTURE, every great civilization — every human order of any significance, in fact — has a polar ideology or mythos, which furnishes the emotional, supra-rational…
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by Ferdinand Bardamu Introduction IF ALL WESTERN SCIENCE and technology were to disappear overnight, the church would not be affected in the slightest; what matters is that the preaching of the gospel continues without pause, nothing else. Christianity and racialism are fundamentally incompatible…
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THIS ARTICLE WAS first published in the journal Liberation in 1958, during the Cold War. Written twelve years after the end of WWII, it is still necessary reading today. I am posting the entire long article here because I think every word is valuable. I have taken the liberty of bolding some words and…
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Classic Essays

As part of our commitment to the celebration of forgotten classics—i.e., great works of the past which have been intentionally flushed down the memory hole by our Orwellian overlords—National Vanguard is proud to present a condensed edition of Lothrop Stoddard’s pioneering treatise The Revolt…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver The Great Pseudo-Morphosis IT IS ODD that Spengler, and even odder that Yockey, has so little to say about the prime example of what they call “pseudo-morphosis,” the acceptance of an alien element by a young culture, which accordingly strives to make its Weltanschauung
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 4
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translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 301-400 301. On the Ontological School. If the ontological school had been relentlessly serious in its attempt to develop a logic without
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