Congregate in your Sinagoga, Spreading the philosophy of Satan. Ignoring what was done at Golgotha: The Cranium pierced with the Cross. Preach that death is death, Not trodden down or overcome. Speak until the whole world's deaf, While ignoring what you have done. The Serpent squeezes around the temple: "The grave is empty! The body … Continue reading #228 – Sinagoga and Golgotha
My Article ‘NEETs, work, women and marriage’ has been published on Counter-Currents here: https://www.counter-currents.com/2019/05/neets-work-women-marriage/ Enjoy!
Hello dear reader, I'm sure none of you need an introduction to James Charles, and if you don't then stop reading this article, your life will be more blessed without knowing of him. With that warning over, allow me to begin. James Charles represents the materialism of the modern age. Watch any interview with him … Continue reading James Charles represents the shallow materialism of the modern age.
There are tongues that lash While others confess. Whipping to attack back and forth, Wrapping to protect itself. There are deeper things within us all Which will never get expressed. Not a sigh, not a peep, To the grave they shall go. Confessing all to the ones we love, Always something is left unsaid That … Continue reading #227 – Between the grave
By the darling buds of rosy May In a hush I heard you say 'The blooming of my womb I pray Be a path to show our way'.
Thirst for love or Ai no Kawaki in Japanese, is Yukio Mishima's 1950 novel. This is extremely early in his writing career. This is his second major novel, the first being Confessions of a mask. Etsuko is a widow who lives with her father-in-law Yakichi in the Sugimoto household, after her husband passed away from … Continue reading Thirst for love by Yukio Mishima, book review.
Of Water & the Spirit: A Liturgical study of Baptism by Alexander Schmemann is a Christian book which seeks to bring back the traditional meaning of Baptism by explaining it and its liturgical elements. He traces its origins as a Christian ceremony of re-creation which would be primarily performed and celebrated on Pascha (Easter). The … Continue reading Of Water & the Spirit by Alexander Schmemann, book review