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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Part of the remains of Herculaneum overlooking the Gulf of Naples by Revilo P. Oliver AS IS WELL known, the earliest Christian sects were followers of a Jewish christ named Jesus, who, although he had bungled his attempted revolution and had been executed, was said to have promised that he would return…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS A truism that we are mortal and that the ineluctable necessity of death is inherent in the biotic structure of our being: nascentes morimur. But oddly, perhaps, we Aryans also have an instinctive longing for a changeless eternity: Doch alle Lust will Ewigkeit. And since reason…
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by Thomas Goodrich I AM KNOWN to rant some on Jews. True, ’tis true. And yes, oft I’m chided by some well-meaning large-hearted imbecile with the simple: “Not all Jews are bad.” Again, true, too true. I have actually those Jews who I counted, and still count, as friends. But know ye now this: We Whites are…
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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 UNDER THE rubric, “Evangel for Bibliophiles,” in the May issue I mentioned the activity of a committee of learned holy men who are threshing the Christian gospels to separate the grain of what old Jesus really said from the chaff of statements put in his mouth by forgers.…
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by Karl Radl THERE ARE few figures more famous in Western history than the Emperor Charles the Great, better known as Charlemagne, of the Carolingian dynasty of the Franks. Charlemagne was the grandson of the equally famous Frankish ruler Charles Martel and like him has the reputation of being a fervent…
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by Luther Williams THE FOLLOWING comparison between the ancient European religions and Christianity is quite illuminating.
EUROPEAN PAGANISM

CHRISTIANITY
Strong ideals of heroism and gaining fame by deeds. Eternal life is the memory of your actions by your descendants throughout the ages.


Shuns…
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The real spirit of traditional European religions — and of Cosmotheism — is contained in the blood of our folk wherever it extends through space and time. by Savitri Devi THE GREAT difference between creedal and non-creedal religions lies in the fact that, while the principle of unity…
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THE CODEX Theodosianus was a compilation of laws of the very late “Roman” Empire, after it had fallen under Christian rule. When the prevailing Christian sect gained state power (and after slaughtering, torturing, and imprisoning leaders and members of rival Christian sects), they…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

A modern edition: The pathetic old hoax lives on and on. by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN JOSEPH SMITH, an enterprising young man in Palmyra, New York, found that swindling farmers by claiming that his magic stone monocle enabled him to see buried treasure underground resulted in unpleasant experiences in…
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