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Agora (Slovak)

Agoraposter091,426 words

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Agora (2009) by sa mala jednoducho nazývať Hypatia, pretože nám rozpráva príbeh o Hypatii z Alexandrie, filozofke a matematičke, ktorá bola zavraždená kresťanským davom v roku 415 n.l. Hypatiin život sa kryje so zničením starovekého pohanstva kresťanstvom, takže jej vražda symbolizuje smrť celej civilizácie.

Po smrti Juliána Odpadlíka v roku 363 n.l. bol Rím ovládaný kresťanmi a to až do jeho konca. Read more …

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Race & the Myth of the Origins of Rome

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Romulus-RemusTranslated by Cologero

In his Life of Romulus (I,8), Plutarch writes:

Rome would not have risen to such power had it not had, in any way, a divine origin, Read more …

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Agora

Agoraposter091,636 words

Slovak translation here

Agora (2009) should simply be called Hypatia, for it tells the story of Hypatia of Alexandria, the philosopher and mathematician who was murdered by a Christian mob in 415 CE. Hypatia’s life coincides with the destruction of ancient paganism by Christianity, thus her murder symbolizes the death of a whole civilization.  Read more …

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The Jew:
Commissary to the Gentiles

Hieronymous Bosch, "Christ Carrying the Cross," 1490

Hieronymous Bosch, “Christ Carrying the Cross,” 1490

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You Christians worry and complain about the Jew’s influence in your civilization. We are, you say, an international people, a compact minority in your midst, with traditions, interests, aspirations and objectives distinct from your own. And you declare that this state of affairs is a menace to your orderly development; it confuses your impulses; it defeats your purposes; it muddles up your destiny. Read more …

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On the Subterranean History of Rome

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Translated by Cologero Salvo 

Translator’s note: 

This article by Julius Evola was published in February 1939 issue of La Vita Italiana. Duke Colonna di Cesaro was an Anthroposophist, with whom Evola had had a long relationship, dating back to their participation in the Ur and Krur groups. Read more …

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The Spirit of Roman Civilization

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Translated by Cologero Salvo

With the appearance of every new work on Roman Civilization, we experience a certain sense of annoyance: in fact, for the most part, we take notice of books of this type only perfunctorily, Read more …

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Brooks Adams on the Romans

Peter Chardon Brooks Adams, 1848–1927

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Brooks Adams was an American historian and critic of capitalism from a classical republican/agrarian/populist point of view.

Brooks Adams was from an immensely accomplished family. He was a great-grandson of President John Adams, a grandson of President John Quincy Adams, a son of diplomat Charles Francis Adams, and the brother of Henry Adams, Read more …

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The Romans

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Chapter 1 of The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History
Second Edition
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1896 Read more …

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Carl Schmitt’s Land & Sea, Part 1

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William Blake, "Behemoth and Leviathan," 1825

Part 1 of 9

Translated by Simona Draghici, revised by Greg Johnson

As told to my daughter Anima

One

Man is a terrestrial, an earthling. He lives, moves and walks on the firmly-grounded Earth. It is his stand­point and his base. He derives his points of view from it, which is also to say that his impressions are deter­mined by it and his world outlook is conditioned by it.

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