Message from Simon Scola in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk

2018-01-18 04:29:27 UTC  

Green pill stuff is wacky tbh

2018-01-18 04:29:34 UTC  

yeah i want to build a massive library

2018-01-18 04:29:37 UTC  

A lot of metaphorical fiction

2018-01-18 04:29:47 UTC  

yeah but its funyn because i found some of the greenpill stuff on my own

2018-01-18 04:29:52 UTC  

like Manly Palmer Hall

2018-01-18 04:30:03 UTC  

and the Kybalion

2018-01-18 04:30:15 UTC  

inter dimensional fantasy lol

2018-01-18 04:30:34 UTC  

I’ll come back on my pc and share some screenshots of my ebooks

2018-01-18 04:30:45 UTC  

I have so many

2018-01-18 04:30:58 UTC  

I’ve got occult books written in other languages

2018-01-18 04:31:04 UTC  

Savitri devi

2018-01-18 04:32:30 UTC  

send me savitri devi, i want to read some of her stuff

2018-01-18 04:33:03 UTC  

i think the main one is The Lightning And The Sun, which might be all i read

2018-01-18 05:49:52 UTC  

Hitler's Table Talk

2018-01-18 05:50:01 UTC  

The International Jew

2018-01-18 05:51:41 UTC  

Quality books

2018-01-18 05:52:03 UTC  

Nichomachean ethics and Kants critiques are the best

2018-01-18 07:06:23 UTC  

Fascist literature is just garbage

2018-01-18 07:06:40 UTC  

It's irrelevant to todays political climate

2018-01-18 07:07:24 UTC  

@ArthurThoughtCrimes Although Hitler's table talk is an interesting lead, gets you into the mind of one of the greatest orators and the most infamous leader ever

2018-01-18 17:02:31 UTC  

White identity by Jared Taylor

2018-01-18 19:06:48 UTC  

Guns germs and steel xD

2018-01-18 19:09:18 UTC  

@j0hn That book made me reconsider race realism tbh

2018-01-18 19:25:13 UTC  

David Irving

2018-01-18 20:19:11 UTC  

Anyone else want to read Evola

2018-01-18 20:19:42 UTC  

im autistic and am trying to read 5 books at once, but Evola is probably the one people here would want to go for the most

2018-01-18 20:20:08 UTC  

What are the others

2018-01-18 20:21:39 UTC  

Way of Zen by Alan Watts
Western Wind by John Frederick Nims
German for Reading (just for learning german, irrelevant for others here)
Evola, starting with The Hermetic Tradition
Mythology by Edith Hamilton

2018-01-18 20:22:01 UTC  

Art of zen?

2018-01-18 20:22:23 UTC  

Oh oops it is way I read that a while back

2018-01-18 20:22:45 UTC  

Im going to read a book on esoterica or spirituality in the morning

the poetry and german books after on days when i have time

and then politics and miscellaneous at night

Yeah Way of Zen is pretty good so far

2018-01-18 20:23:01 UTC  

im going to read Doctrine of Awakening by Evola after, which is his take on Zen

2018-01-18 20:23:03 UTC  

I wasn't a fan of the exposition half where he explained the history of it

2018-01-18 20:23:06 UTC  


2018-01-18 20:23:43 UTC  

Im actually enjoying the history half which is what im on now i think, I like to see how the three religions/philosophies tie together

2018-01-18 20:24:00 UTC  

even if hes spinning in a certain way, its still useful i think

2018-01-18 20:24:18 UTC  

Yeah I read that one way back when I didn't care much for history

2018-01-18 20:24:46 UTC  

im only vaguely familar with hinduism, and with taoism i just started learning about it so its useful

Yeah I'm not a big history fag either. I feel like theres just not enough time to study the details of things

2018-01-18 20:25:05 UTC  

I like stuff like politics and philosophy more, the sort of meta-trends and ideas