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Carl Jung The Theory of Psychoanalysis

The following article is a very brief highlight of certain points raised in Carl Jung’s 1915 The Theory of Psychoanalysis, and should not be though of as the last word with respect to the current state of affairs in psychology, or in Jung’s own theory, which was to become much more developed later on. What is

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Varg Vikernes Sorcery and Religion in Ancient Scandinavia

Having read the basic ideas and stories of Scandinavian mythology is relatively enough to delve into Vikernes’ main work on the traditions of his forebears. However, there is an even more important requirement without which the typical, ‘educated’, modern type of human being will not get through or will not be able to learn what

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Tacky occult literature for the feeble minded

People in the modern world who are interested in the subjects of occultism and sorcery approach them in distinctly divergent ways; they also approach its exploration with different motivations and degrees of commitment, as well as different levels and ways of understanding. What is not new to occultism as a whole is the inclination towards

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Martinet Press Iron Gates

In short, Iron Gates is a post-nuclear-apocalypse, morbidly violent pulp fiction novel. Its emasculating totalitarianism has that air of the extreme feminine in its debased and illogically cruel aspect, driving all to same level through sheer discipline of the senses on every level, and demanding a self-effacing excellence in servitude to the ultimate matriarchy. The apparently

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Jacques M. Chevalier A Postmodern Revelation

Knowing how and why to read something is very important, and by having these things clear each person my take, re-purpose and direct their energy and attention in order that their knowledge and judgement in their own areas of interest are benefited. For most laymen, a book like A Postmodern Revelation should not be relevant

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