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A sampling of Savitri Devi's Books

[#255]

[Note: Savitri Devi is my favorite author and one of the greatest human beings of all-time.]

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[A Warning to the Hindus: An early book dealing with problems facing Hindus in India.]

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[The Lightning and the Sun: This is the Samisdat Edition, which is pretty rare as I believe a lot of the copies were burned in an 'accidental' fire.]

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[The Lightning and the Sun: This condensed version was published by William Pierce under Vanguard Books.]

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[Impeachment of Man: A great book dealing with man's criminal attitudes and practices regarding nature and animals. Savitri Devi was a pioneer of animal rights.]

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[Son of the Sun: A book about the Pharaoh Akhenaton, who revolutionized ancient Egypt.]

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[Gold in the Furnace: An awesome book about post World War Two Germany.
This superb edition is hand-numbered and is a limited edition of 200(!) copies, published by R.G. Fowler and the Savitri Devi Archive.]

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[Defiance: Another superb book about the author's own experiences in post World War Two Germany, including her imprisonment in Germany for spreading pro-nazi leaflets.
This superb edition is hand-numbered and is a limited edition of 200(!) copies, published by R.G. Fowler and the Savitri Devi Archive.]

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[And Time Rolls On: This book is transcribed from live interviews done with the author shortly before her death.
Another superb book published by R.G. Fowler and the Savitri Devi Archive, hand-numbered and a limited edition of 200(!) copies.]

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[Forever and Ever: Unpublished until 2012 by R.G. Fowler and the Savitri Devi Archive, this is a book of Savitri's poetry dedicated to Adolf Hitler. Due to unfortunate circumstances this was never published in her lifetime. It almost was never published, believed lost, until 2006 when a copy of a manuscript surfaced. Like all of the Savitri Devi Archive's previous releases, this is top quality and hand-numbered to 200(!) copies.]

[Above: Counter-Currents Publishing, this is the business card of the publisher of Forever and Ever.]

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[Pilgrimage is a book written in the early fifties detailing Savitri's travels to the holy sites of the Third Reich. Or, what was left of them. Beyond the ruins of the greatness that was, however, she meets many courageous and invincible souls. I guess the Allies didn't invent a weapon to destroy souls. Yet.
This edition of the book was unscrupulously printed using an online book printing house utilizing text ripped from the Savitri Devi Archive. No idea who did this, but this is the only version available in print at the moment. We're crossing our fingers that the Savitri Devi Archive will one day publish this beautiful book in all the glory it deserves.]

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[Above: Original first edition of Pilgrimage from 1958. 1st editions are very rare.]

[Above: Personal library plate from M.H. Passmore affixed to opening page.]

[Above: Copyright/price page.]

[Above: Publishing information -- printed in India, by M.K. Mukherjee, Savitri's husband.]

[Above: Picture/dedication. The pictures are omitted in modern reprints.]

[Above: Blank back.]

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[Long-Whiskers and the Two Legged-Goddess
or, The True Story of a "Most-Objectionable Nazi" and
...Half-A-Dozen Cats.
A much lighter hearted work than most of Savitri's other works. Like Pilgrimage this book is just a crude printing. Hopefully one day the Savitri Devi Archive will also have this printed.]

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[The Lightning and the Sun:
Finally! This book was delayed many times, but as of September 2015 it was finally made available. Limited to 200 measly copies! This book is as KULT as anything ever printed on paper. The Lightning and the Sun is a holy artifact of truth.]

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[Hitler's Priestess: Here is a mainstream account of Savitri Devi's life.]

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  • This rather odd release was done by someone named Dan Houser, who reads select quotes from The Lightning and the Sun. Atop this narration are rather disharmonic sounds and music. While the idea was cool, in practice it didn't work that well for a few reasons. One being the narration sounded uninspired and was recorded at too high a level over the music. The music itself was too disorganized and chaotic. Nonetheless, an interesting release, and an "E" for effort!

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    [Back.]

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    The Federal Siege at Ruby Ridge

    [#256]

  • Book

    [Note: What happened to Randy Weaver's wife and son by the Federal government was atrocious and criminal. A judge later awarded him over a million dollars in restitution. That hardly brings back the dead however. They even killed his dog for barking! Anyway, he's a patriot and a cool guy, it was great meeting him when I bought this book about the tragedy.]


    Mayhem

    [#257]

  • Dawn of the Black Hearts poster

    [Note: Here's an unofficial poster of Dead, dead. Euronymous used to say that Dead killed himself because of how bad the scene sucked and all the posers... he must be spinning in his grave at the state of the scene now!]

    [Above: The original cover Dawn of the Black Hearts featuring 'Dead' -- dead. His shirt says 'I Love Transylvania'.]

    Below is Dead's rather poetic suicide note:

    'Excuse the blood, but I have slit my wrists and neck. It was the intention that I would die in the woods so that it would take a few days before I was possibly found. I belong in the woods and have always done so. No one will understand the reason for this anyway. To give some semblance of an explanation I'm not a human, this is just a dream and soon I will awake. It was too cold and the blood was coagulating all the time, plus my new knife is too dull. If I don't succeed [in] dying [with] the knife I will blow all the shit out of my skull. Yet I do not know. I left all my lyrics by "Let the good times roll" plus the rest of the money. Whoever finds it gets the fucking thing. As a last salutation may I present "Life Eternal". Do whatever you want with the fucking thing. / Pelle.

    I didn't come up with this now, but seventeen years ago.'

    [Above: Per Yngve Ohlin (January 16, 1969 April 8, 1991).]


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