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Didi18 un grain de sable - Nouvelle adresse

Various - 66 reads

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Didi18 un grain de sable - Nouvelle adresse :

didi18ungraindesable.ru
Il est visible à cette adresse, et est opérationnel.
Je remercie The Savoisien pour avoir hébergé mon travail gratuitement et sans contrepartie ni contrainte d’aucune sorte - 14/88.


Tempête Infernale : La Mort de l'Allemagne Nazie 1944-1947
Des nouvelles d’Alfred Schaefer
L’hyper connaisseur de ces infâmes procès… Carlos Whitlock Porter
Des vétérans allemands au musée Panzer de Munster
Joseph Goebbels – Dernier discours
L’holocauste, une arme politique contre les Allemands
Le suicide collectif forcé des nations européennes
Interview de Charlotte, Helga et Hans par Diane King
« Chambres à gaz », la rumeur du siècle
Benjamin Freedman expose les juifs, sa conférence de 1961
Janvier 1945, libération d’Auschwitz par les Russes


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Radio Melon - Suavelos - Les enfants reproductibles - Spéciale Saint-Valentin

Various - 318 reads

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Radio Melon - Suavelos
Les enfants reproductibles - Spéciale Saint-Valentin

Suavelos.eu - Facebook de Radio Melon





Tu pues la France
Pour qui nous battons-nous ?
Message aux jeunes Aryens de France
Sur les traces du véritable Führer, Vlad Tepes
La France a perdue sa guerre civile
Daniel Conversano - Le métissage intercontinental peut et doit être évité
Daniel Conversano - In vino veritas
Daniel Conversano - Que penser des femmes de l'Est ?
La Hongrie, refuge aryen
Arthur Kemp - Bâtir le foyer blanc
Esther Vilar - L'Homme subjugué
Esther Vilar - Le sexe polygame Le Droit de l’homme à plusieurs femmes
La pensée de Rudolf Steiner au sujet de la France
Entretien avec un ex-policier français devenu boulanger en Russie
Précisions sur le "mouvement skinhead"


Mariana - Talk about love



Saint-Valentin







Paul Moray - Ecoverger

Various - 105 reads

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Paul Moray - Ecoverger
Un verger de nature frugale


Origine du verger
L'origine du verger se perd dans la nuit des temps, mais les premières traces écrites apparaissent à l'époque sumérienne (4000 avant J.-C.) du simple fait que les Sumériens sont les « inventeurs » de l'écriture. Le début de la culture de l'olivier se situe également vers cette période. Les jardins suspendus de Babylone, une des sept merveilles du monde, étaient vraisemblablement des vergers en coteaux ou «terrasses».

Une tablette d'argile (vers 2500 avant J.C.) illustre un des premiers cours d'arboriculture connu, mais également une leçon de philosophie ou « mythologie ». Un homme debout (ADA) taille une jeune pousse feuillue verticale — ver — en conservant les pousses latérales, porteuses de fruits. Il arque du pied le sommet de la branche — apex — au-dessus de la femme (EVE) agenouillée sur le sol, tandis qu'un troisième personnage caché derrière le tronc de l'arbre — enfant, serpent ? symbole de sexualité ? — tend à la femme un bâton de pouvoir — pouvoir de procréer ?...

Paradis, mythe ou réalité ?
Au paléolithique — vers 10000 av. U.C. — le passage de la période glaciaire au réchauffement du climat permet l'explosion de nombreuses espèces végétales et animales, notamment dans les régions intertropicales, dont le «croissant fertile» situé entre la Méditerranée et l'Océan Indien.
Chasseur par obligation pendant la période glaciaire, l'homme redescend vers les contrées verdoyantes pour y redevenir cueilleur. Il s'installe le long des fleuves, voies naturelles de communication, y trouve une nourriture abondante dans une zone semi-forestière, s'y sédentarise et se lance peu à peu dans la culture, rapportant de ses pérégrinations divers plantes et fruits comestibles dont il dissémine les graines autour des premiers villages.
Ainsi naquit probablement le mythe du Paradis, « Pa » signifiant en grec « nourriture d'en haut », ressemblant au pictogramme de l'arbre, « Ra » signifiant le retour, le recommencement, la pérennité de l'arbre, «Para» le protecteur, l'arbre protecteur du primate et de l'homme, «Di» signifiant à la fois le soleil diurne, et le Dieu de la vie mais aussi de la mort.
Paradis peut dès lors se traduire par « arbre nourricier protégeant l'homme du soleil » ce que ne renieraient pas les habitants actuels de ces contrées, aujourd'hui désertiques...


Arboriculture - PDF







Michael Grant - The birth of Western civilization

History - 164 reads

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Michael Grant - The birth of Western civilization
Greece and Rome


Introduction
The tradition that holds us in thrall

Michael Grant
Without Greece and Rome, for better or for worse-and almost certainly, despite all our faults, for worse-we should not be what we are. Their significances crowd in upon us with an insistence that is far too many-sided and complex to be satisfied by simple metaphorical phrases indicating the debt, legacy or heritage that we owe to these sources.
For one thing the influences which, whether we like it or not, hold us in thrall have reached us in many different times and ways, and at every level of consciousness and profundity. In some matters-the classical contribution in the political field, or certain central aspects of the messages of Virgil or Cicero-impingement on the world has been continuous, so that a direct chain of inheritance can be traced all the way through the intervening centuries until the present moment. And yet, even in such basic themes, there have also at many periods been revivals that are due in a larger degree to intentional resuscitation than to the bonds of continuity. When Cola di Rienzi, in the 14th century, tried to restore the antique Roman Republic, this was not only because he was heir to a continuous tradition (though he had the stones of Rome to remind him of this) but because he had 'rediscovered' Livy. Others-Petrarch is perhaps the most famous of themhave often made similar rediscoveries of ancient authors : which really means that they cast the contemporary spotlight upon some part of the almost inexhaustible store, and reinterpreted it in the light of topical preoccupations.


Western Civilization series


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Theosophical History

Spirituality - 171 reads

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Theosophical History
A Quarterly Journal of Research


Founded in 1985 by Leslie Price and edited since 1990 by James A. Santucci. Theosophical History is now in its 30th year. Theosophical History is an independent scholarly journal devoted to all aspects of theosophy (with and without a capital T). It is unaffiliated with any Theosophical organization.


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Annie Besant (1847–1933) wearing the 18th Degree Rosicrucian Jewel. The Jewel originally belonged to Count Alessandro di Caglostro but eventually came into the possession of a number of important Theosophists, including H.P. Blavatsky, H.S. Olcott, Mrs ver Planck, W.Q. Judge, and Rukmini Arundale. Mrs. Besant, the fourth owner of the Jewel, is shown here wearing it in a photograph taken in the year 1902. The photo appears courtesy of Mr. Joseph E. Ross of Ojai, California. The picture appeared on the cover of Theosophical History, Vol. III, No. 3 and is the subject of an article by Nell C. Taylor entitled "The Mysterious Life and Transitions of the Cagliostro Jewel." Ms Taylor and Mr. Ross wish to express their appreciation for the return of the Cagliostro Jewel to the Adyar Theosophical Society Museum and Archives on July 17, 1992.


Theosophy - PDF
Annie Besant - PDF
Helena Blavatsky - PDF
Rosicrucian - PDF

www.theohistory.org







Edward Hendrie - Solving the mystery of Babylon the great

jewelry - 212 reads

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Edward Hendrie - Solving the mystery of Babylon the great
Tracking the Beast from the Synagogue to the Vatican


Attorney and Christian researcher Edward Hendrie investigates and reveals one of the greatest exposés of all time... a book you don't want to miss.
Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great is packed with documentation.
Never before have the crypto-Jews who seized the reins of power in Rome been put under such intense scrutiny." Texe Marrs, Power of Prophecy.
The evidence presented in this book leads to the ineluctable conclusion that the Roman Catholic Church was established by crypto-Jews as a false "Christian" front for a Judaic/Babylonian religion.
That religion is the core of a world conspiracy against man and God. That is not a conspiracy theory based upon speculation, but rather the hard truth based upon authoritative evidence, which is documented in this book. Texe Marrs explains in his foreword to the book : "Who is Mystery Babylon? What is the meaning of the sinister symbols found in these passages ? Which city is being described as the 'great city' so full of sin and decadence, and who are its citizens ? Why do the woman and beast of Revelation seek the destruction of the holy people, the saints and martyrs of Jesus ? What does it all mean for you and me today ? Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great answers these questions and more.
Edward Hendrie's discoveries are not based on prejudice but on solid evidence aligned forthrightly with the 'whole counsel of God.' He does not condone nor will he be a part of any project in which Bible verses are taken out of context, or in which scriptures are twisted to mean what they do not say. Again and again you will find that Mr. Hendrie documents his assertions, backing up what he says with historical facts and proofs. Most important is that he buttresses his findings with scriptural understanding. The foundation for his research is sturdy because it is based on the bedrock of God's unshakeable Word.


Conspiracy - PDF
Texe Marrs - PDF







Oswald Mosley - Mi vida

Various - 169 reads

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Oswald Mosley - Mi vida

Hace aún pocos años decía la esposa de Sir Winston Churchill: «Recuerdo todavía aquellos años en que mi marido era tan odiado de Inglaterra como Oswald Mosley lo es hoy». Y este hombre, sobre quien cayó el- odio casi unánime de los ingleses en los años de la guerra, fue el primer político británico que desde los tiempos de Cromwell tuvo un ejército privado, fue el hombre que por un momento pareció que formaría, con Mus-solini y con Hitler, el triunvirato totalitario que dominaría Europa, y antes había sido «el único inglés que pudo haber sido Primer ministro tanto con los conservadores como con los laboristas». De él dijo Lord Boothby que «hubiera sido un gran Premier. Desde luego era el mejor orador de los Comunes, con excepción de Lloyd George. Era un hombre enormemente dotado», y R. H. S. Croosman lo calificaba —en 1961— de «el político más extraordinario de su generación».
La trayectoria política de Sir Oswald Mosley es representativa de las contradicciones de la juventud británica en los momentos decisivos en que se inicia la agonía del Imperio inglés. Diputado conservador en 1919, pasó pronto a formar parte del «Independent Labour Party», el ala más radical del Laborismo. En 1931 abandonó este partido y en 1932 fundó la Unión Fascista Británica. En julio de 1939, las reuniones fascistas convocaban en Londres cerca de 40.000 participantes y el Fascismo aparecía para muchos británicos como la única alternativa posible ante el comunismo. Encarcelado en 1940, el sentido británico del juego limpio político le benefició hasta el punto de que Mosley fue el único de los grandes jefes fascistas de preguerra que pudo reanudar su actividad libremente sin introducir en sus esquemas modificaciones sustanciales tras la paz de 4945.
Las Memorias del político inglés más odiado, más ferozmente anatematizado, pero también del hombre en quien parte de una generación británica puso las mayores esperanzas, constituyen una pieza fundamental para comprender el atractivo que el Fascismo tuve para aquella juventud europea que en los años treinta estaba convencida de que la catástrofe de la Gran Guerra había que atribuirla a la incompetencia de los viejos políticos, a la inoperancia de los sistemas y al anquilosamiento de las estructuras. La vida azarosa y. cambiante de Oswald Mosley, el joven diputado que en 1927 señalaba al Fascismo como un peligro para la paz y que en 1933 parecía a punto de establecer una dictadura fascista en Gran Bretaña, es repesentativa y en cierto sentido ejemplar. Jamás fue Mosley un arribista sin escrúpulos o un cínico trepador que cambiara de banderas por ambición o vanidad; antes bien, fue un patriota, un hombre que tuvo el valor de enfrentarse con la inamovible tradición británica, una figura representativa del desconcierto y de la generosidad de la juventud europea de entreguerras.





Oswald Mosley - PDF
Oswald Mosley - Videos

Oswald Mosley - Europeans
Oswald Mosley - My answer
Oswald Mosley - 10 points of fascism
Oswald Mosley - The greater Britain








ODD TV - Flat Earth Trilogy

Flat Earth - 223 reads

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ODD TV - Flat Earth Trilogy

This is a compilation of my first 3 flat earth videos from late 2015 and early 2016. They make for a good and solid 2 hour flat earth documentary that's packed with great information. This video has been made and uploaded due to multiple requests by my subscribers and my friends. Thanks for all your support.

Chapters :
1 - True World
2 - Learning Curve
3 - Epic Deception

ODD Reality - Youtube


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Flat Earth Sun & Moon - TimeandDate.com



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Paul Morrison - The poetics of fascism

Various - 209 reads

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Paul Morrison - The poetics of fascism
Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, Paul de Man


Morrison examines the legacy of the modernist poetics of Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot, as it relates to current theoretical orthodoxies, and traces its influence on the current crisis in post-structural literary theory. Morrison reads the politics of post-structural theory in relation to the socio-cultural arguments espoused in the poetry and prose of Pound and Eliot, and reveals a continuity between that theory and high modernism's tendency towards fascism. Morrison concludes with a provocative analysis of deconstruction and the work of Paul de Man. Without reducing the political implications of poetry to mere caricature and without slighting the force and fact of literary mediation, The Poetics of Fascism will reshape the discussion of the social dimension of modernism.

The Poetics of Fascism is a remarkable achievement and its serious, important, and fervent argument deserves to attract a wide readership. Its scholarly, but always accessible, reframings of the relations among modernism, marxist thought, and poststructural criticism are certain to engage all who are interested in the politics of contemporary culture. With any luck this book will make it impossible to teach 'modernism as usual' ever again: impossible, that is, to celebrate a modernism whose ideology we ostentatiously fail, or pointedly refuse, to address. (Lee Edelman, Tufts University)


Fascism - PDF







Donald Day - Onward Christian Soldiers - Audiobook

History - 205 reads

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Donald Day - Onward Christian Soldiers - Audiobook
22 year in Europe as Baltic correspondent for the Chicago tribune

Archive.org


Donald Day - Onward Christian soldiers - PDF


Suppressed Reports of a 20-year Chicago Tribune Correspondent in Eastern Europe from 1921, Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 1982
An American Journalist's Dissident Look at World War II, Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 2002

Read by Alex Linder in December 2014.
1920-1942 Propaganda, Censorship, and One Man's Struggle to Herald the Truth.

Vanguard Audio Books - Alex Linder








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