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  1. Jonathan Bowden, Blood (London: The Palingenesis Project, 2016)

    Blood

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)

    £15.00

    Blood covers a wide range of topics, including Western Marxism and Louis Althusser, the psychology of Satanism, National Socialism, the conduct of war, virtual reality, the adoption within the art world of Left-wing norms, the Situationist International, Stuart Home, Wyndham Lewis, and the tensions between art and totalitarian politics. The book ends with brief commentaries on then topical events: the Los Angeles Riots of 1992 and the death of British artist Francis Bacon. This is not an essay in any conventional sense, but rather a succession of fervid and unpredictable snapshots that accrete into a panoramic overview of Western civilisation in the 20th century. Learn More
  2. Jonathan Bowden's Demon

    Demon

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)

    £16.49

    In Demon, Jonathan explores the topic of Jack the Ripper, the brutal serial killer from the foggy and pestilential backstreets of London, who savagely slaughtered and mutilated a string of prostitutes in the late Victorian era, and who later vanished, having never been identified by the police. The book begins with a survey of the different theories as to the killer’s identity—from royals to Freemasons—and ends with a free-flowing discussion on the relationship between art and crime—a subject matter which, as an outsider artist, and as one with an interest in all that is primal, nihilistic, and dark in the soul of man, was of enduring fascination for this unique author. Demon is not an essay in any conventional sense. The present edition incorporates the author’s hand-written corrections to the text.

    The cover artwork is by Alex Kurtagic and depicts Jonathan in the role of Jack the Ripper. As those who knew him will remember, Jonathan enjoyed being perceived as a demonic figure and chose to play villains in his films.

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  3. Jonathan Bowden - Right (2016) - Annotated Second Edition

    Right

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)
    Stuart Millson (Forewords), Alex Kurtagic (Notes)

    £15.99

    Jonathan Bowden's effort to clarify the political Right for the contemporary era. Learn More
  4. Aryan Worldview by Houston Stewart Chamberlain

    Aryan Worldview

    Chamberlain, Houston Stewart (author)
    Hadding Scott (translator)

    £15.99

    In Aryan Worldview Houston Chamberlain discusses the importance of Indology in the effort to gain deeper insight into the essence of Indo-European thought. Rendered in a superbly clear translation, this is the first official English-language edition of Chamberlain's text since its original publication in German in 1905. With a translator's foreword, footnotes, and a full index, this volume will serve as a reference for both students and scholars alike.

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  5. The Wagnerian Drama by Ho

    The Wagnerian Drama

    Chamberlain, Houston Stewart (author)

    £22.99

    Houston Stewart Chamberlain attended his fi rst Wagner opera at the age of 23. Though disappointed, he was undeterred, and soon became completely immersed Wagner’s work, going on to become the intellectual leader of the Bayreuth Circle, centred on the composer’s widow; Wagner’s biographer; and, in 1909, Wagner’s son-in-law. Published in 1892, The Wagnerian Drama was Chamberlain’s first book. The work builds on his previous essays commenting on individual Wagner operas—‘Notes sur Lohengrin’ (1882), his first published essay; ‘Notes sur Parsifal’ (1886); ‘Notes sur Tristan’ (1887); and ‘Die Sprache in Tristan und Isolde und ihr Verhältnis zur Musik’ (1888)—and is a commentary on the whole of Wagner’s dramatic work, focusing on its heroic Germanic elements, and intended to inspire a deeper appreciation for the great master. The Wagnerian Drama was self-fi nanced, and went unnoticed upon initial publication, selling only fi ve copies altogether, which were bought by the author himself. Nevertheless, it would eventually go through six German editions during Chamberlain’s lifetime and would see translations into French, Catalan, English, Spanish, and Italian. This second English edition comes 90 years after the fi rst, and is the first with a Cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic nnotations and an index. Learn More
  6. The Conquest of a Continent

    The Conquest of a Continent

    Grant, Madison (author)
    Richard B. Spencer (Foreword)

    £27.99

    Madison Grant was once 0ne the United States' leading conservationists. His preoccupation with biodiversity, however, was not circumscribed to wildlife, but extended to humans, particularly where human biodiversity intersected with the wider sweep of history, its meaning and interpretation , and government policy.

    In his ambitious second and final book, Grant provides a racial history of the European settlement of North America, spanning from the ancient nations of Europe to the demographics of the United States of his day.

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  7. The Passing of the Great Race by Madison Grant

    The Passing of the Great Race

    Grant, Madison (author)
    Jared Taylor (introductory essay), Henry Fairfield Osborn (forewords)

    £35.99

    The Passing of the Great Race is one of the most prominent racially oriented books of all times, written by the most influencial American conservationist that ever lived. Historically, topically, and geographically, Grant's magnum opus covers a vast amount of ground, broadly tracing the racial history of Europeans from prehistoric times to the present, with an emphasis on the need to preserve the northern European type and generally improve the race—for Grant was, logically, a proponent of eugenics. Generally well received at the time in both the popular and scholarly press and going through four editions and multiple reprints, Theodore Roosevelt described The Passing of the Great Race as 'a capital work'. Along with Lothrop Stoddard, Grant was probably the single most influential creator of the national mood that made possible the immigration control measures of 1924, and for this reason The Passing of the Great Race remains one of the foremost classic texts in the literature of human biodiversity. This new edition supercedes all others in many respects (see detailed description for particulars). Learn More
  8. Hesketh Prichard's Where Black Rules White: A Journey Through and about Hayti

    Where Black Rules White: A Journey Through and About Hayti

    Hesketh-Prichard, Hesketh Vernon (author)
    Alex Kurtagic (introduction)

    £25.99

    Hesketh Prichard, a popular Edwardian-era English travel writer, sailed to Haiti in 1899 to survey the conditions on the island, the first-ever Black-ruled republic. At the time, it was believed no White man had ventured in that mysterious and closed-off part of the world since 1803, after General Jean-Jacques Dessalines ordered the massacre of all the Whites in what was then known as San Domingue. Prichard had opportunity to venture deep into Haiti's interior, unknown at the time, and was first to witness the practice of vaudoux (voodoo). He also narrowly escaped with his life, after an attempt was made to poison him. Prichard's observations, narrated in an exquisitly understated tone, cover every aspect of Haitian society in 1899, ranging from the grotesque to the tragi-comical—indeed, the reader will experience just about every emotion in the human spectrum as he devours this immensely entertaining book. More importantly, Prichard's account explains why Haiti, once one of the most prosperous colonies in the New World, is so profoundly dysfunctional today. It also implicitly explains why the current Third World development paradigm is so profoundly flawed. This new 2012 edition comes in both hardback and paperback formats, complete with an expanded index, contextual footnotes, a 50-page introductory essay, and specially commissioned cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic, who also did the covers for Mister and the W&W editions of The Revolt Against Civilization, The French Revolution in San Domingo, and The Passing of the Great Race.

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  9. Jonathan Bowden, Heat (The Palingenesis Project, 2017)

    Heat

    Jonathan Bowden (author)

    £17.99

    Bowden poses and answers five questions at length, discussing much more in the process. Learn More
  10. Mister by Alex Kurtagic

    Mister

    Kurtagic, Alex (author)
    Sunic, Tomislav (foreword)

    £19.99

    Dystopian novel; a grim and sarcastic critique of modern Western society. Learn More

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