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Lovecraft’s Lost Labors:
The Origin & Function of the Necronomicon

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Dr. G. Warlock Vance
The Dread and Portent of Lovecraft’s Necronomicon: Horror Fiction as Socio-historical Commentary
Amazon Digital Services, 2014

So, Mr. Hip Literate American, you think you know Lovecraft, do you? The weird fiction, the weirder personal life, and above all, his iconic creations, Cthulhu, The Elder Gods, and behind them all, the Book of Books, the dreaded Necronomicon.

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Notas sobre Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann, 3

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

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Nota del Autor:

El siguiente texto completa mis notas en el capítulo 3 de Moisés el Egipcio de Jann Assmann.

Aunque el capítulo 3 de Moisés el Egipcio es titulado “Antes de la Ley: John Spencer como Egiptologo”, el último cuarto del capítulo está dedicado a Ralph Cudworth (1617-1688), uno de los colegas de Spencer en Cambridge y un miembro líder de los Platonistas de Cambridge.  Read more …

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Notas sobre Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann, 2

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John Spencer

John Spencer

Nota del autor:

Debido a las positivas respuestas recibidas tanto offline como online – a la primera parte de las notas, decidí continuar las series hasta completarla. Luego discutiré los siguientes libros de Assmann: The Price of Monotheism, Of God and Gods: Egypt, Israel, and the Rise of Monotheism, Religio Duplex: How the Enlightenment Reinvented Egyptian Religion, y el próximo a salir From Akhenaten to Moses: Ancient Egypt and Religious Change. He decidido llamar a este proyecto el Seminario Assmann, aunque puede que en el futuro haga algo parecido con otros autores. Read more …

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Notas sobre Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

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Nota del autor::

El siguiente texto es un experimento. Es el primero de una serie de “notas” sobre unos capítulos seleccionados de Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann. Mis objetivos principales son el motivar a más gente a leer el libro y moldear como lo leen.  Read more …

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Revisiting Tom Wolfe’s Radical Chic (1970)

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I stopped reading contemporary literature—works by living novelists and short story writers—when I was in my late teens or early twenties. I found it aesthetically and intellectually unrewarding. The sole exception was the work of journalist-turned-novelist Tom Wolfe, the Virginia-born, New York City-based founder and exponent of New Journalism, a type of feature reporting employing literary techniques.  Read more …

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This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things:
The Fantastic Reality of David Abbott’s Dark Albion

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David Abbott
Dark Albion: A Requiem for the English
Ramsgate: Sparrow Book Publishers, 2013

Boy, was I excited to get this for review! According to Amazon, this book is ‘’to be enjoyed by fans of dark fantasy” and a “stunningly original collection of short stories, featuring tales of terror and horror’” in fact, “acclaimed Occult author Philip Cooper describes this book as ‘great stuff, and a chilling candlelight read!’” Read more …

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“Here Lies No One”:
Reflections on the Metaphysics of The Rack

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A. E. Ellis (Derek Lindsay)
The Rack
London: Heinemann, 1958; Richmond, Va.: Valancourt, 2014 (with a new introduction by Andrew Sinclair)

Vex not his ghost: O, let him pass! He hates him much
That would upon the rack of this tough world
Stretch him out longer. – King Lear, 5.3.314

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Archeofuturist Fiction
Frank Herbert’s Dune, Part 1

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Part 1 of 2

If science fiction is quintessentially “progressive” and fantasy literature is “reactionary,” then we need a third category for the six Dune books by Frank Herbert (1920–1986)—not to mention George Lucas’ six Star Wars movies—which combine futuristic, sci-fi elements with the archaic values and magical universes of fantasy.

Fortunately, French New Right theorist Guillaume Faye has already coined the perfect term for this genre: archeofuturism, Read more …

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A Personal History of Moral Decay

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Bradley R. Smith
A Personal History of Moral Decay
Charleston, W.V.: Nine-Banded Books, 2014

“I’m setting out to see the world and make my fortune, just like they did in the old days. I know I’m past the age when these things are normally taken care of, but I’m a slow starter.”

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The Landmark Ancient Histories

Landmark Ancient Histories editor Robert B. Strassler

Landmark Ancient Histories editor Robert B. Strassler

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No group of people can hope to regain control of their destiny unless they possess two essential things: the will to survive as a people, and knowledge. The reader who seeks to have a well-guided will must have an unshakable sense of identity: an understanding of who he is and his relationship to the world around him.

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