Recommended Reading?

New nationalist/redpill here. I know being well read is important for having an actual coherent set of beliefs, but admittedly have rarely actually read things that weren't online. What are some good redpill/fashy books and where can I start?

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Anything by julius evola or read up on right wing accelerationism

Louis-Ferdinand Céline

>>>/pdfs/ is an excellent source of reading material, but it is very slow
I had a guide to national socialist literature but I lost it
i believe it had the NWF's flag in the corners, and it started with Mein Kampf and had arrows suggesting what to read next if any user knows what I'm talking about

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Revolt Against The Modern World, Ride The Tiger, and Men Among The Ruins - Julius Evola
A People That Shall Dwell Alone, Separation and Its Discontents, and Culture of Critique - Kevin MacDonald
The Decline of the West - Oswald Spengler
Mein Kampf - Adolf Hitler
For My Legionaries - Corneliu Codreanu
The International Jew - Henry Ford
The Bell Curve - Charles Murray (read his other books too if you're American or interested in American racial politics)
The Repbulic - Plato
This Time The World and White Power - George Lincoln Rockwell
Imperium - Francis Parker Yockey
Storm of Steel and On Pain - Ernst Junger
Nietzche and Heidegger's major works

Start by knowing your enemy. Nobody on Zig Forums has an excuse for not having read The Protocols.

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The Psalms
The Jewish Book of Why
Yiddish Civilization
The Golden Age Shtetl
Yankel's Tavern
The Lord's Jews
Making Jews Modern
Lithuanian Yeshivas of the Nineteenth Century
Polin Studies in Polish Jewry
The Litvaks by Levin

Norman Finkelstein is "one of the good ones".
Aside from that, to break the mold, I'd say just read The Golden Bough, the Stoa and The Sickness Unto Death.

I got you fam.

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Evola's political works should be read in chronological order since there is a clear evolution of his political beliefs from pre to post-WW2 and beyond. In one of his later books, Ride the Tiger, he disavows politics and ntaionalism and says you should just judge such matters on a case-by-case basis through a traditional lens.


i can only read so much of The Protocols until the rage starts to boil up inside of me

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Glad I saved these.

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Going through these right now.

Read anything by this guy if you want an understanding of central and eastern europe.
He goes into depth about most of europe to get an accurate portrayal of "eastern europe" and his focus is on Poland as he goes back about the past millenium.
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I believe you mean this one
Makr sure to name your images

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I am having the worst days of my life and I am so depressed that I've lost interest in everything. All I have left is my belief in God and hope that justice will be served for all this misery we are going through.
I know this not Zig Forums but I feel this is the right place to ask which is the best translation of the bible for accurate wording, meaning that same words are not translated differently and is authentic to the greek text? Its a big fucking book and I want it to be meaningful and worthwhile. I don't care if you don't consider it redpilled.


Christ these are awful recommendations.
Start with some a-political works of philosophy such as the /lit/ meme of "starting with the Greeks". "Political" philosophy left or right is probably garbage and you can throw it out based on that label. You want a general understanding of the philosophical journey of the west. Finish with Nietzsche of course: Modernity and Liberalism's greatest critic.
Heidegger and Spengler are must reads. "The Decline of the West" is critical to all historical readings from a reactionary's perspective. DeMaistre also. It defines our project as seperate from Leftism and Capitalism.
The traditionalist school is a natural follow up. Guénon in my opinion is of a higher importance to Evola, however both are important. I have a good chart of Guénon right here.
People are going to cry Jew at this suggestion but next is the French postmodernists. An actually nuanced view of the zetgeist of the time is important to understand the depth of our problem. Deleuze and Derrida in particular. These two will give you a good basis for tackling Generative Anthropology. "The Origin of Language" by Eric L. Gans is the central text of this linguistic school of though. The importance of linguistics wont seem too great until you read the French, but after Derrida you will understand how critical Gansian thoery is.
Finally, check out Neo-Reaction. Normally Land and Moldbug attract the ire of the spergs who obviously haven't read Spengler. If you have, you will understand why their project is adjacent to our own. Unqualified Reservations is Moldbug's blog, and Land's two works are "The thirst for annihilation" and "Fanged Noumena".
Fascism has always been moving towards something greater. The point isn't to justify it as Leftists and Capitalists must, but rather to build a framework of Absolutism. Our goals can be achieved in a number of ways, be it Dictatorship, Monachy, Theocracy or Neo-Cameralism.

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Guenon has some assumptions and mistakes in regards to eastern religions, I'd say Evola is much better.

It's not so hard, just read few hundred good books and you'll get the point. But I'd recommend Evola though if one wants to understand modern traditionalism.

The Bible is the most redpilled library in existence; truly the Book of Books. Simply search for the closest LXX translation possible, they usually have the word "septuaginta" right in the (sub)title.

This is the worst thing you can do. You need to have a good grasp of Kant, Marx, Bataille, and Deleuze & Guattari before you can understand Land. But to understand D&G, you have to read Freud and Lacan.

I do think Evola has better insights when it comes to Western traditions with alchemy in particular, but it is important to understand the differences in Guenon and Evola's ideologies when it comes to Traditionalism. The main point of divergence in their views is, which cast are capable of upholding tradition. Guenon believed only the priestly class (Brahmins) can conserve and tradition and keep it alive, while Evola believed the royal/warrior class (Kshatriya) can. I suggest doing some research on this topic and choose whichever pov you agree with. Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power is a good starting point.

Any good reading on the suppression of the Knights Templar by Philip IV of France ?
I was recently in Paris and had a look to the Monument to the Rights of Man. I was suprised to read the name of Philip IV (and also Joan of Arc..) on that hugely masonic monument. (It is literaly filled with kabalistic symbols and hebrew..)
Since Philip IV expelled the Jews in 1306, it triggered my interest.