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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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News

As Kevin Alfred Strom once said: “Nations are like leaves. They change color before they fall.” ON THE SAME DAY that some southern states were honoring their rebel heritage, masked workers in New Orleans dismantled a monument to that past — chunk by chunk, under darkness and…
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Classic Essays

IF LOW ART is defined as that art over which the artist has minimal control, then it is hard to argue that art is not in a state of decline. Primitive art is by definition low art as the primitive does not know enough about his materials and his medium to fully control them and achieve the desired effects.…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Jewish influence on American mass culture by Kevin Alfred Strom THE FOLLOWING article crossed the news wires from Germany: MUNICH — Bavaria’s highest court affirmed Wednesday that spreading lies about the Holocaust — even in private letters — violates German law. The…
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A letter from Hans Schmidt of GANPAC published in the Hoskins Report, December 1993 by Hans Schmidt DEAR Dick: You asked for someone who had lived in Hitler’s Germany to tell what it was like. Permit me, someone who lived under the Swastika flag from 1935, when the Saar was reunited with Germany, to 1945,…
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WHITE AMERICANS are currently enduring a sustained attack on their identity. The immediate goal of this assault is to confuse and demoralize White people, so that they are psychologically incapable of defending themselves as a race or ethnicity. The ultimate goal is the extermination of Whites…
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