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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Btw, I still have to tell that Mainländer was the first that told "us" about the death of God. At least before Nietzsche did...

That huge one is not impossible to scan, because it is too big for the scanner. The other one shouldn't be a problem at all, but I need some time for that and most probably won't happen today...
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Blood and Thunder wrote:
I read a really great book called 'Bonfire Of The Brands'. It's about a person who decides to rid themselves of anything branded. Philosophical, yes, and quite a poignant insight into contemporary consumerism etc. Really powerful stuff, but not heavy at all.

Now that I am almost finished Uni for the year, I'm gonna start reading Mein Kampf. Been waiting to do this for ages... since March in fact. It's just text books for me most of the time now ha ha.


"Mein Kampf" is really, really bad, I think. Everything is embellished, but often without the real facts. It is almost as annoying as the "The Doors" movie (a too heroically/exaggerated construction of a person). Still, I love that movie, hehe... Razz Razz Razz
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

masters_throne wrote:
Btw, I still have to tell that Mainländer was the first that told "us" about the death of God. At least before Nietzsche did...

That huge one is not impossible to scan, because it is too big for the scanner. The other one shouldn't be a problem at all, but I need some time for that and most probably won't happen today...


Ok,take your time..If you can would you be able to make photography with high resolution of that bigger newspaper cut?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

masters_throne wrote:
Blood and Thunder wrote:
I read a really great book called 'Bonfire Of The Brands'. It's about a person who decides to rid themselves of anything branded. Philosophical, yes, and quite a poignant insight into contemporary consumerism etc. Really powerful stuff, but not heavy at all.

Now that I am almost finished Uni for the year, I'm gonna start reading Mein Kampf. Been waiting to do this for ages... since March in fact. It's just text books for me most of the time now ha ha.


"Mein Kampf" is really, really bad, I think. Everything is embellished, but often without the real facts. It is almost as annoying as the "The Doors" movie (a too heroically/exaggerated construction of a person). Still, I love that movie, hehe... Razz Razz Razz


Of course that book is a shit!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

masters_throne wrote:
"Atlas der gerichtlichen Medizin" by Otto Prokop


Wow, sounds like a stunning book. I really love the detached approach in medical books, far away from any sensationalism. Back in the days of my apprenticeship our class made a trip to the Charité in Berlin, pathologic department. Boy-oh-boy, never seen such a morbid mass of anatomical curios. Corridors with seemingly endless glass cabinets filled up with grotesquely deformed skulls till right under the ceiling. Shrunken heads, mummies, conserved heads of Berlin based mass murderers with the skullcap partly removed to see the brain, collections of limbs and many skels with abnormalities such as Siamese twins. At the end of the tour we even participated an autopsy. And over all the airy almost bored voice of the professor who brought as around. Haha! Really creepy day!

But the book. Maybe it's still there and you can go for this.

http://forum.uni-greifswald.de/viewtopic.php?f=4&p=122872


Yes, it's a pity that specialised books dealing with obscure topics are quite pricey. Friend of mine is heavily into hearses -even restores them all by himself with so much appreciation to the detail- and so we try to get a book called "Bestattungswagen im Wandel der Zeit" in decent condition for a good price as a gift for him. Gee, also a bitch to find.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Arrgh, 100 Euro is really cheap, but I cannot afford it at all. I think no money left this year still for suchlike...
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cool thread idea.

I tend to read obsessively for a few months each year. Hated reading at school and only started reading for pleasure just after i left (early '90s).

First book i picked up was Heathen by British horror/thriller author Shaun Hutson. I soon picked up all his books and so it went on from there.

Really like Richard Laymon's stuff and also Michael Connelly, Robert Harris etc. I have a small collection of signed/first edition books.

When i was at Uni i spent a chunk of my loan on the original artwork to Heathen:

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

masters_throne wrote:
Historical romans are also a fave of mine (like "Las bas"/"Down There" - which is pretty great to read)


The material on Bluebeard was impressive, but I always found the Durtal character to be an incredible coward! (after going to the mass, he spends the rest of the book rocking on his knees repeatedly going over about how much better it was in Medieval times.) "Against the Grain" is preferable.

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Btw, I still have to tell that Mainländer was the first that told "us" about the death of God. At least before Nietzsche did...


You might want to take a look at Max Stirner's "The Ego and his own".

I would recommend anything from Dostoevsky, Ouspensky/Gurdjieff, Lautreamont's Chants de Maldoror, and for dirtier stuff De Sade and Apollinaire can be good.

The problem with books is once they go out of print, they can become VERY expensive.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I will never understand the Hype about Nietzsche, but i know
that severeal Print are not Original Writen. As Suhrkamp and
some others. Don't know in Translations, depents what they
used.

I looked for Cioran and its the one from the Iron Guard.
He has some great Ideas Very Happy
I liked very much also Baudelaire or from Coroin (er Pfaffenspiegel,
Die Geißel)

For that i see no real Point in DeSade, can't understand why
so much takes this as Good Literature or such Laughing

edit:
Codreanu, Evola or Mishima is also interesting
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

i like books with pictures , cos i cant red
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

the tomb with my books:



Besides some H.P.Lovecraft books and other stuff in the top right corner, there is not much of interest for others Sad
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don´t own much books. There was a time where I totally despised the use of books, he. Anyway, I re-discovered it a little bit during recent years. Liked to read a lot during school days, but more TKKG and DIE DREI FRAGEZEICHEN stories (Don´t think there are english translations to those ).

Tried to read more hard literature like DIE EDDA or THE SATANIC BIBLE but failed because of my unability to concentrate and understanding in those years, he he.

There where some books we read at school which I really couldn´t get enough of, or better to say they consumed me because of being so fascinationg. Like DIE LETZTEN KINDER VON SCHEWENBORN or KRABAT. First one was about a fictional story after a nuclear war. The latter one was recently edited as a movie, I´m really curious how it turned out.

Currently I try to read a book about german saga´s....


But sadly rarely have the time for it. If you are interested in nordic/germanic topics and prefer to have some pictures and drawings next to text I can recommended the books of Vönix.
http://www.voenix.de/

I did read a few books with completely different topics, like this one...


It deals with the differences of man and woman Smile

Most of the time I spend reading I read FOCUS and SPIEGEL in the doctor´s waiting room or at home fanzines or children´s books for my daughter Smile

Surpsrised no one mentioned Tolkien´s books yet, is it an too obvious choice Smile ?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 4:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I may as well also list some authors and writers I intend to read in the near future:

Austin Osman Spare, Alaistair Crowley, Yukio Mishima, Oscar Wilde, Martin Heideggar, Julius Evola (read some of his essays but never a full book), Alain de Benoist, Karl Marx (no I'm not a Communist and never will be but I still find this stuff fascinating), John Zerzan, Ronald Hutton, Stephen Edred Flowers, Marquis de Sade, Adolf Hitler (not a Nazi either but still fascinated even if the book is crap), Richard Dawkins (started The God Delusion but not yet finished it), Hermann Lons, Rene Guenon, Savitri Devi, Miguel Serrano, Kenneth Grant, Karl Maria Wiligut, Pentti Linkola, Carl Jung, Ernst Junger, Peter Carroll, Guido von List, Friedrich Berhard Marby (if an English translation of his work exists somewhere), Bertrand Rusell, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Julian Cope, Helena Blavatsky, Ragnar Redbeard, Freya Aswynn to name but a large handful. Better get cracking and get busy! Razz

As you can no doubt gather I am interested in the rise of political movements and the years preceeding the rise of the Nazi regime, especially the Volkish movement and the occult connections (most of which are completly ridiculous myth) but there are bits and pieces. I also have an interest in philosophy and religion so I guess that comes through too.

Also can anyone here recommend me some good occult, chaos magick, and Satanic books? No crap just really good stuff. Please avoid the temptation to include people like Anton LaVey, I'm talking the real deal here!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 4:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nocturnal Deathstrike wrote:
There where some books we read at school which I really couldn´t get enough of, or better to say they consumed me because of being so fascinationg. Like DIE LETZTEN KINDER VON SCHEWENBORN or KRABAT. First one was about a fictional story after a nuclear war. The latter one was recently edited as a movie, I´m really curious how it turned out.

Me too! I grew up in the area where all these myths about Krabat took place and so I really soaked the stories up as a child/youth. The more I'm anxious to see how they got visualised.
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