“Good things mostly leave no trace, but something always comes of evil.” — Knut Hamsun, Growth of the Soil
“You’ll also need your men to commit. You will want to know that the men beside you are us and not them. You’ll need to be able to count on them in times of crisis. You want guys who have your back. Men who don’t care about what the other men think of them aren’t
Immensity, though, spells death to the man it attracts; a kind of vertigo or horror siezes him who sets himself and his precarious egotistic attitude against those infinitely present deeps, infinitely absent too. Like an animal threatened with death his reflexes of stupefied immobility and flight, intolerably confused, nail him in the attitude of a
Article by Hildraed Ashworth There exist certain special individuals who devote their energies solely to invoking entities of the night as deities, worshipping them not merely with practical and magickal motivations, but instead as an expression of that simpler and perhaps purer life of the spirit which takes its inspiration from trve European sources.
1. De Vermis Mysteriis – Am Düstern Ort 2. De Vermis Mysteriis – Into the Void 3. De Vermis Mysteriis – Le Silence de Mort 4. De Vermis Mysteriis – Day Of Wrath And Doom Impending 5. Moëvöt – Notre Père 6. Moëvöt – Voultehtr Voaguprueeb 7. Moëvöt – In einem Friedhof – Errance 8. Moëvöt – Zurghtapre – Chant d’Eternité I 9. Moëvöt – Wolken – Ma Vie
From S.E. of M.K.: The teaching of universal history in what are called the higher grade schools is still very unsatisfactory. Few teachers realise that the purpose of teaching history is not the memorizing of some dates and facts, that it does not matter whether a boy knows the exact date of a battle or
Open suggestions to be molded and modified by any individuals; this is a first push. Work in quiet, work in secret, work strictly locally. But spread the ideals of elitism above the simians. 1. A Pathetic Present 1.1 Unconscious fostering of culture Historically, black metal arises from the realist (a-social, a-political) view presented by early
It takes an iron nerve to perceive the connection between the promise of life implicit in eroticism and the sensuous aspect of death. Mankind conspires to ignore the fact that death is also the youth of things. Blindfolded, we refuse to see that only death guarantees the fresh upsurging without which life would be blind.
“Would that we could, as a sentient species, dispense with nomen, nomina, and thus communicate with others – and with ourselves – empathically and thus acquire the habit of acausal wordless knowing. There would then be no need for the politics of propaganda and the rhetoric of persuasion; no need – no ability – to
The Ancient Taoist Principle of Reciprocity States: “If you do me a favor, I will return a greater favor to you but if you hurt me, I will not offer the other cheek. If you insult me, I will punch you; if you punch me, I will break your arm; if you break my arm,