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Old Politics: H+, Libertarian Minarchist Capitalist
Current Politics: NRx, Counter Semitic, Ethno Nat

Philosophy: Pragmatism, Hermeticism & Astrology

Religion: Former Catholic, then I went through my whole atheistic/nihilistic phase. After high school I started to appreciate my christian roots and started to explore other religions in depth such as my dad's Buddhism, Irminism, and Islam funnily enough. Non religious for now. The important thing is attaining enlightenment via meditation so you can say i'm rather spiritual. When it comes to identity people may say they are this or that but always keep this wise saying in mind: actions speak louder than words.

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Hobbies and Interests
- I'm considered the Human Trash Compactor since i'm not a picky eater.
- I love smart films (particularly ones that involve thrillers and adventures)
- Recently I've been finding myself reading a lot of academic literature
- I own an alto saxophone
- Conspiracy theories (Illuminati, Jews, Freemasons, Hollow Earth, Vril & the Occult)
- Video games (I own a steam account and own a ton of games: I used to play Skyrim, Little Fighter 2, Postal 2, Rocket League, SOMA, Wolfenstein, Wolf Among Us)
- I also enjoy outdoor activities such as Climbing, Biking, Swimming, & Kayaking.

Favorite Music

Chiptunes (Megalovania)
70s-60s Jazz (The Incredibles Soundtrack)
Vapor/Synth Wave (Sunday School, HOME - Decay)
New Wave 90s-80s Electronic (Shadilay, Direct Lines, That's Dream)
Dreampop, Shoegaze, Neo-Psychedelic Pop (Sugar Candy Mountain)
Old Pop/Rock (The Beatles, The Carpenters, Electric Light Orchestra)
Edgy Political Parody's (I need a Pinochet, Merchant's Paradise, Supa Nazi)
Background Filler? (Stranger Things Intro)

Favorite Movies
My Overall Favorite:
The Dark Knight
Little Miss Sunshine
Moonrise Kingdom
Family Plot
Falling Down
Catch Me if You Can
Its a Wonderful Life
Gone with the Wind
Being There
Baby Driver

Favorite Animations:
Ghost in the Shell (1995)
Sleeping Beauty
Over the Hedge
The Iron Giant

Favorite Thriller/Drama Films:
Girl, Interrupted
District 9
Fight Club
Cloverfield 2
Falling Down
V for Vendetta
The Holy Mountain
Synecdoche, New York
We Need to Talk About Kevin

Hitchcock Needs his own List:
North by Northwest
Dial M for Murder
Family Plot
Shadow of a Doubt
The Man who knew too Much

Favorite Foreign Films
Life is Beautiful
The Hunt
Mother (2009)
Oldboy (2003)
Infernal Affairs (2004)
The Memory of a Killer (2003)

Favorite Musicals:
Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary
Little Shop Of Horrors
The Sound of Music
My Fair Lady
Mary Poppins
Fiddler on the Roof
Singin' in the Rain
The Wizard of Oz
On the Town
The Heathers

Favorite Comedy's:
Life Stinks
Being There
Blazing Saddles
What we do in the Shadows
Monty Python & the Holy Grail
Napoleon Dynamite
High Anxiety
Hot Fuzz

Favorite Bad Films:
The Room
Kung Fury
Samurai Cop
Vampire's Kiss
Black Dynamite
I Am Here... Now
Italian Spiderman

The Shinning
A Nightmare on Elm Street
The Wolf Man (1941)
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man

(I'm not really into this genre)

Warm Bodies
Groundhog Day
Punch-Drunk Love
The Princess Bride
Moonrise Kingdom
Singing in the Rain
Gone with the Wind
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Favorite TV Shows
(Yes most of these are Anime)
The Twilight Zone
The Outer Limits
Breaking Bad
Death Note
Xavier Renegade Angel > Rick and Morty
One Punch Man
Mob Psycho 100
Stranger Things
Psychic Detectives

(Yes i do love Anime & Cartoons)

Favorite Documentaries

Banned from the Bible 1 & 2 Series
Any of Aaron Kasporav's Work
Holocaust Films such as: "Questioning the Holocaust", "Why We Believed", "One Third of the Holocaust", "Spielberg's Hoax", "The Last Days of the Big Lie" & "Hellstorm"

Recommended Academic Literature
Siege by James Mason
White Power by George Lincoln Rockwell
The Way of Men by Jack Donovan
Game by Roosh V
Culture of Critique by Kevin MacDonald
The Morning of The Magicians by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier
Democracy - The God That Failed by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston
Solving 9-11: The Deception That Changed the World by Christopher Bollyn
The Saturn Death Cult by Troy D. McLachlan
The Cult of the Black Cube: A Saturnian Grimoire by Dr. Moros
The Collected Works of L. Edward Johndro: "The Stars, How And Where They Influence", "The Earth In The Heavens", "A New Concept Of Sign Rulership", "Astrological Dictionary & Self-Reading Horoscope"
Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier
Sorcery by Thomas Sheridan

Favorite Quotes

Baelish (from Game of Thrones) Wrote:Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. The fall breaks them. And some, given a chance to climb, they refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.

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Aubrey de Grey Wrote:Accept the difficulty of what you cannot yet change. But do not accept the impossibility of ever changing it.

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Pablo Picasso Wrote:Good artists copy; great artists steal.

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Richard Wagner Wrote:
One might say that where Religion becomes artificial, it is reserved for Art to save the spirit of religion.

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Tennessee Williams Wrote:We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us trapped, locked in it.

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Christopher Cantwell Wrote:I used to think libertarianism was going to save the world. Having been introduced to the ideas... there was a certain militancy to what I had learned, and an appreciation for some very American traditions... I began to think more of economics than morals or laws. It was all such a thrilling intellectual pursuit. Then I found out that not everybody is really very well cut out for freedom. Some people, most of them, actually, are just plain born to be subordinate. For those people, if you give them "freedom" they will just become directionless dupes for cunning manipulators with hooked noses. It went from a coherent right of center philosophy of property rights, to a cleverly disguised strategy for a communist takeover of the United States. The Porcupine was an important mascot for the libertarians there, as these critters are heavily armed yet only act violently in self defense. Sadly today's so-called libertarians are anything but porcupines. In fact, I cannot think of any animal mascot for them, because I do not know of a single creature besides a left libertarian who would invite invasion and the death of his species, as they do.

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David Lane Wrote:There exists no such thing as rights or privileges under the Laws of Nature. The deer being stalked by a hungry lion has no right to life. However, he may purchase life by obedience to nature ordained instincts for vigilance and flight. Similarly, men have no rights to life, liberty or happiness. These circumstances may be purchased by oneself, by ones family, by ones tribe or by ones ancestors, but they are nonetheless purchases and are not rights. Furthermore, the value of these purchases can only be maintained through vigilance and obedience to Natural Law.

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David Lane Wrote:Understand that you are on the one hand inconsequential beyond comprehension in the size of things, and on the other hand, you are potentially valuable beyond comprehension as a link in destiny's chain.

Oswald Spengler Wrote:The question of whether world peace will ever be possible can only be answered by someone who knows world history. To be familiar with world history means to know human beings as they have been and always will be. There is a vast difference, which most people will never comprehend between viewing future history as it will be and viewing it as one might like it to be.peace is desire, war is a fact, and history has never paid any heed to human desires and ideals.

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C.S. Lewis Wrote:Since it's so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage. Otherwise you are making their destiny not brighter but darker.


Julius Evola Wrote:What matters in history are all the mythological elements it has to offer.

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Ezra Pound Wrote:Hold to your old dreams so that our world does not lose hope.

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Austin Osman Spare Wrote:"Belief is but a technology which is why magicians should select their beliefs just as surgeons will select their tools - whatever is best suited to achieve any given goal is always the instrument or belief of choice."

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Benjamin Franklin Wrote:Astrology is one of the most ancient of Sciences, held in high esteem of old, by the Wise & the Great. Formerly no Prince, would make War or Peace, nor any General fight in battle, in short, no important affair was undertaken without first consulting an Astrologer.

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Hermes Trismegistus Wrote:That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above... and that which is Above corresponds to that which is Below - to accomplish the miracle of the One Thing

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George Santayana Wrote:To know your future you must know your past'

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Arthur Schopenhauer Wrote:All Truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third - it is accepted as being self-evident.

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Ian Murphy Wrote:Ironically enough there is a distinction between Naturism and following Natural Law. Natural Law outlines guides and principles to follow in order to survive the Darwinian Framework of Natural Selection while Naturism is glorified laziness. You don't have to build, conquer or engineer. Accomplishment is measured by how passive you are and how little you utilize the intelligence you're blessed with. It's the most feral kind of narcissism i can think of.

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Ian Murphy Wrote:When someone thinks they have a point when they pull out the classic Not-All fallacy you'd be hard pressed to find any individual who thinks in terms of absolutes. There are usually exceptions to every given rule.

Inside Joke:
Tarl Warwick Wrote:That's about all ... Peace out

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