Reviews and Mentions
The Myth of the Blood is a remarkable book in several respects – as a historical artefact; as counterweight to modern scientific racialist thought; as an example of radical anti-egalitarian thought; [...] as an influential and consequential riposte to strictly Nordicist visions of European civilization (in the past, present, and future); and even as an important development within Evola’s own oeuvre. [...] This is a book that challenges and provokes, mocks and cajoles, directs and instructs.
The Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism by Julius Evola
Svenska folkets underbara öden: Karl XI:s och Karl XII:s tid t.o.m. år 1709 (vol. IV) by Carl Grimberg
Imperium Europa by Norman Lowell
Excessive Immigration by Winston C. Banks
Retroculture by William S. Lind
Ethnosociology by Alexander Dugin
View from the Right, Volume III by Alain de Benoist
Political Platonism by Alexander Dugin
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Before the War by Guillaume Faye, Decline of the West by Oswald Spengler, Ethnocentrism by Ed Dutton, Lee by Tito Perdue...