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« Reply #30 on: February 07, 2012, 12:49:35 PM »

Schiffer Book's 'uniforms of the waffen-ss'  vol 1 2 and 3

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« Reply #31 on: February 10, 2012, 04:10:56 PM »

Started reading Brighton Rock yesterday. Brighton seems like a pretty harsh place back in the day. I like it so far and it seems I've meet quite a lot of The Boy aka Pinkie wannabees over the years....

Finished of Gerhard from Allerseelens Blutleutche book the other day. Pretty unique reading experience. Maybe not the greatest writer at all times but being invited to stroll along with him on his different travels/searches for meaning was... I don't know but it felt honest and not so damn posing. It helps if your into the stuff he likes like Otto Rahn, Cathars, religious rites, völkish and so on. 
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« Reply #32 on: February 10, 2012, 04:58:20 PM »

Brighton Rock is a great cold-hearted mean read. I don't think it will be spoiling to say that you have a spectacularly unhappy ending to look forward to! Brighton is kinda gentrified now but many seaside towns in the UK are still a bit like this - I live in one.

Currently reading Andrew Boyd 'Blasphemous Rumours' (1991) - 400 pages of hysterical fantasies about Satanic ritual abuse from the Christian journalist whose TV show 'Beyond Belief' was responsible for Genesis P-Orridge leaving the country the next year. It's actually pretty good for info on obscure occult groups like Ray Bogarde's Orthodox Temple of the Prince. Also graphic descriptions of abuse from people who believe they were victims which coul be straight out of Pure magazine.

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« Reply #33 on: February 17, 2012, 10:55:38 AM »

Brighton Rock is a great cold-hearted mean read. I don't think it will be spoiling to say that you have a spectacularly unhappy ending to look forward to! Brighton is kinda gentrified now but many seaside towns in the UK are still a bit like this - I live in one.

I spent quite a lot of vacations in Hastings during the seventies and early eighties. My uncle and aunt had a caravan there. I always thought it was a pretty depressing place. A lot of rain, a rocky beach and then going to the pier for some amusement....
And, yes, it is a mean book!
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« Reply #34 on: February 19, 2012, 02:57:51 PM »



first exposure to artaud, had been wanting to read something by him for a while and found this one for cheap in a 2nd hand book store the other day..
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« Reply #35 on: February 25, 2012, 02:58:48 AM »

picked up Howard Bloom's "Global Brain" on my lunch hour at work, will dive into it tonight.
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« Reply #36 on: February 25, 2012, 10:49:08 PM »

just started this, good so far:

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« Reply #37 on: February 26, 2012, 02:25:34 AM »

just started this, good so far:

Very good book, Goodrick-Clarke really knows his business. For example he knows well the ideology and material that Myatt's ONA has released. Recommended.
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« Reply #38 on: February 27, 2012, 12:26:25 PM »

excellent work, treats in the best way possibile both serious stuff and hypes without laughing too loud.
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« Reply #39 on: February 27, 2012, 02:05:34 PM »

I remembering Black Sun being good but not as good as his earlier books The Occult Roots of Nazism and Hitler's Priestess: Savitri Devi, the Hindu-Aryan Myth and Neo-Nazism. I have recollection of thinking that he was borderlining on brown-smear with certain radical traditionalist but maybe I should read it again.
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« Reply #40 on: February 27, 2012, 03:18:28 PM »

well probably because most of the subjects of black book are fringe/bizarre individuals with a lot to show and not so much to tell than those studied in the previous books that, I agre, are possibly the best two books on the subject.

it fits more in the weirdo department than pure historical research...
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« Reply #41 on: April 08, 2012, 05:04:18 PM »

Some recent reading:

TH#19
Japanese artbook/magazine series. So not really read it, but this issue is doll special and very good visuals.

SIITOINISTA HALLA-AHOON
The same guy who wrote the previous Siitoin book. Now he observes the development of right wing in Finland from 70's to current state. Full of typos, meta-language and general weirdness in logic. Nevertheless, good reading. Hard to say who exactly benefits from the book and what it really is meant for, but if you're into book that focuses a lot into letters of Pekka Siitoin found in national library archives, this is for you.

DAY OF BLOOD
Max Ribaric book about Blood Axis. There is one interview in English done by M.Deplano. Rest is Italian. Still good book to see lots of photos, artwork, etc etc. More than 200 pages of stuff. I hope they would do English version. It's hard to understand can there be MORE demand in Italian market than international?

HIGH GLITZ : THE EXTRAVAGANT WORLD OF CHILD BEAUTY PAGEANTS
Great foreword and introduction texts analysing the sub-culture. The photos focus most of Dixie Doll -style of child beauty pageants. Meaning, the most outrageous, the most over-the-top. It comes with also step-by-step guide of the clothing details, fake teeth, fake hair, shoes and all sorts of things what you need to get kids look like adults. Neat pink hardcover.

BLUTLEUCHTE
mr. Allerseelen's book compiling his old booklets. I have lots of them, but not all. This book is very well designed. Neat looking hardcover book with stylish lay-out. I have yet to read more than few parts, yet it instantly made me want to dig up the Lucifer Rising DVD from shelves..
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« Reply #42 on: April 09, 2012, 08:07:56 AM »

I think it's always surprising how young any band feels, if they have started 1990 or later. But thinking it's 20+ years, I guess for many it's already something what makes very little difference did they start '82 or '90. 20 or 30 years, already lifetime for many (younger?) listeners.
When you think of it, suddenly they are there +-2 years same era as Fire+Ice, Sol Invictus, etc...  and long before Der Blutharsch or such. Add Coup De Grace activities from mid 80's and he plays basically in same league as most older big names of the genre.
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« Reply #43 on: April 09, 2012, 05:39:54 PM »

Memorizing Ecclesiae Gnostica Catholica Canon Missae otherwise known as Crowley's Gnostic Mass for the O.T.O (Liber XV). I have to memorize the Deacon's section as I will be part of the Ceremony since the former Deacon's wife is extremely ill. The Saints section is fucking ridiculous (74 names) and hard as hell to remember. The 118th anniversary of the reception of The Book Of The Law begins the 8th of April and continues until the 10th which is when Therion received the final chapter and at that point is when our Ceremony will begin (tomorrow). Been doing VIII (a ritual that, at its heart, includes masturbation 'til climax and then stopping before cumming) the past 2 days to "generate Magical force", I call it Invoking Hermes. Been chaste for a month so it is a very difficult practice. I hope tomorrow runs smoothly.
 
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« Reply #44 on: April 09, 2012, 05:54:32 PM »

Gordon Burn - Pocket Money. Mid-80s journalism on professional UK snooker, nothing special, just a collection filler for one of my favourite writers. Many will know his biographies of Sutcliffe and West but his novels are phenomenal - can't recommend something like Fullalove more highly.

Paul Theroux - Dark Star Safari - probably the best of his excellent travel writing as with balls of steel he journeys the length of Africa travelling alone as an old man.

Nicole Ward Jouve - The Streetcleaner - rare Sutcliffe book from feminist and psychoanalytical perpective. OK stuff.

Tom Hodgkinson - How To Be Idle - good magazine but this book was dull and predictable.

Douglas Day - Malcolm Lowry: A Biography - recommended for anyone who thinks they may drink too much - meet a professional!

G Hirliman - The Hate Factory - harsh accounts of New Mexico prison riots, hellish.

 
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