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by Blake Hood Real thought is an experience. It begins as a change in the blood, a slow convulsion and revolution in the body itself. It ends as a new piece of awareness, a new reality in mental consciousness.To be a man! To risk your body and your blood first, and then to risk your mind. All the time, to risk…
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Classic Essays

OVER AGAINST ALL this, the völkisch concept of the world recognizes that the primordial racial elements are of the greatest significance for mankind. In principle, the State is looked upon only as a means to an end and this end is the conservation of the racial characteristics of mankind. Therefore…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioCosmotheismKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 4, 2020 by Kevin Alfred Strom EACH OF US has only a few years to live. At our conception, we awaken from a sleep that has lasted for millions of centuries. We walk this Earth for a few paltry years. We are nurtured by parents and family. We receive love. If we prove…
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by Martin Kerr IN HIS Table Talk, Adolf Hitler accepts as a matter of course that the figure commonly known as Jesus Christ was an actual historical person. He describes him as the leader of a popular revolt against the Jews of his time. Savitri Devi, one of the best known and most eloquent of Hitler’s post–war…
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Classic Essays

The Self is but a brief transition from and to nothingness; we can achieve self-actualization only within a natural community of racial kin. WESTERN MAN’S most persistent difficulties have centered around his striving to attain a valid self-conceptualization, that is, to see himself as…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE PERCEPTION OF gain or loss is related to survival. It’s an assessment of changes in the environment as being either good or bad. Good changes, or gains, mean we are better positioned to handle challenges to our survival. Bad changes, or losses, handicap us in dealing with the hardship…
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