“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Atheism is boring

Apparently the small-screen adaptation of famous atheist Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series is pretty unwatchable, because absolutely nothing happens of any consequence to anybody: HBO’s latest fantasy offering is an adaptation of Phillip Pullman’s...

Didact’s Book List 2018

In descending order (i.e. latest book read is first): STARSHIP TROOPERS by Robert A. Heinlein (5.0/5) Ups and Downs by Ruth Minshull (2.8/5) Jordanetics: A Journey into the Mind of Humanity’s Greatest Thinker by Vox Day (3.8/5) Pop Kult...

The Didact’s Best Books of 2018

And here we are again, at the end of another year, where it is time for me to follow my usual tradition, stretching back a whole five years (!!!) and put together a list of my favourite books from the past 12 months for everyone (who can be bothered to read any...

The 12-Rule Path of the Crazy Christ

I finished reading the latest release by our beloved and dreaded Supreme Dark Lord (PBUH) some time last week, and I have to say that out of all of the books of his that I have read, this one might just be the most polarising yet. That is both inevitable and...

Book bombing

I am honestly a bit depressed and disillusioned by politics these days, no thanks to the ongoing shitshow that is the Kavanaugh confirmation process and its extraordinarily terrible implications for the future of the country that I love. So I figured it’s time...

Soldier of the Federation

So I’m reading STARSHIP TROOPERS (again, for the umpteenth time), because it is, of course, the greatest military science fiction novel ever written, as well as one of the most important lessons in civics and politics ever put to paper. And it has occurred...

Identity Rising released today

Our friend Julian Langness, who writes over at European Civil War about his observations concerning identity politics and the slow-burning collapse of Western civilisation, has just released his third book today. Get it here. Readers may recall that I read his...

So about that crazy idea…

Some of you – well, two of you – might remember how, exactly a year ago, I spitballed a completely loony idea and took a straw poll to see if anyone might be interested. What you see below is the Foreword for that very same crazy idea. Oh yes. A...

The heresy we need

Toward the end of last year, Castalia House released a rather odd-looking book that was apparently a “spiritual prequel” of sorts to something called The Stars Came Back. Now, I had seen Rolf Nelson’s name while bumbling about on Amazon looking for...

Didact’s Book List 2017

In descending order of reading (i.e. latest book read is first). Bannon: Always the Rebel by Keith Koffler (4.1/5) The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon by Moira Greyland (4.0/5) The Truth: An Uncomfortable Book About Relationships by Neil Strauss...
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