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by Blake Hood Backcountry History I WILL REFRAIN from delving too deeply into original customs of the Borderers. Fisher himself has already done great work on this which you can find here. But it is important to this theory that one understands exactly when these people arrived in America and where…
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by Blake Hood WHAT DOES Backcountry Futurism mean? Backcountry futurism is an idea I have been playing around with in my head for the last year or so. It grew out of my conviction that Albion’s Seed is not only a penetrating look into American’s past, but it may actually predict our future as well. As I reread…
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Robert Lynch by Karl Gunther AT THE presidential inauguration after the 1960 election, flinty Yankee and American traditionalist Robert Frost read one his his poems. Thirty-two years later, after the 1992 election, Negroid poetess Maya Angelou got the nod, and in her “poem” she moralized…
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by Dr. E.R. Cawthron Bolshevism and Civilization THE WORD “BOLSHEVIK” can be used to describe any person seeking the destruction of civilized society and particularly its culture-creative segment, by violence if possible, but by other more devious means if necessary. The typical Bolshevik is obsessed…
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More words from the man whose ideals and self-sacrifice, if comprehended rightly, can lead us out of the labyrinth. Idealism THE PUREST idealism is unconsciously equivalent to the deepest knowledge. (I:11) How necessary it is to keep realizing that idealism does not represent a superfluous expression…
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Art, Beauty, and Inspiration ARTISTRY AND BEAUTY have a profound impact on human beings, and quite often it has been beautiful, creative expression that has launched social revolution. It takes great inspiration to see clearly the vision of a New Era, and to carry out the march to the dawn of such an era.…
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by James Harting The Ara Pacis Augustae or “Augustan Altar of Peace” is a stunning piece of architecture from the earliest years of the Roman Empire. It was built as part of the civic religion of ancient Rome. The altar was commissioned by the Roman Senate in 13 BCE and completed and consecrated in 9 BCE.…
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by Veiko Hessler AN AWAKENING has taken place in European consciousness. Never before have so many minds almost independently concluded that there is something deeply and irreparably wrong with the system that rules them. Whether in Hungary, Austria, or the United Kingdom an irrepressible torrent…
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Focus of Celebration: consider first your purpose(s) for the celebration, such as: Strengthen family bonding with each other Expand upon existing patterns of family celebrations Attune family to Nature’s cycles Attune family to its membership in the community of all life on planet Earth…
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Classic Essays

by August C. Mahr (1945) ON A GREAT NUMBER of Pennsylvania Dutch barns, there are geometrical ornaments painted on the outside walls; ornaments which, as a rule, show some sort of star within a circular disk (Figs. 1, 2, 8, 10b). The Pennsylvania Dutch barn in question is of the so-called Swiss bank-barn…
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