Paul Fahrenheidt

When John Hampden and Algernon Sydney lived and died for their cause, that of free religion and freedom from a tyrant, neither of them knew a college would be founded some century after both had left this world, just outside of a tiny Virginia hamlet that would come to be known as Farmville in the …

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On a distant shore, In an icy sea, Three men sat by a fire. A boat was near, Turned on its head. The men were Danes Far from home. Their axes touched by rust, Their coats were damp, Not yet dry. Two men from Saxland: Kin to the Danes. As distant as fallen leaves From …

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John David Ebert recently released an article on his substack titled, Ukraine and Taiwan: A Theory of Civilizational Planes. In it, he analyzes the two pressing “Border Disputes” on the world stage, between the West and Russia over Ukraine, and the West and China over Taiwan. The article is available only to paid subscribers (which …

Further Thoughts on Ukraine: A Response to John David Ebert Read More »

It’s no secret the sphere which reads this publication finds itself, like so many rocks of a ring, in orbit around the Saturn that is the Academic Agent. This has upsides, including the discipline which brings things such as this publication about. But it’s weaknesses are becoming repulsive to me, like a festering wound no …

Follys, Follys, Everywhere Read More »

Hotel España Panamastadt, Reichskommissariat Zentralamerika Wednesday, April 7th, 1976 1052 Hours (EST) Her name was Maria Josephina de Agua Sagrada. The Suit still wasn’t over it. She could trace a line from her to the hidalgo that sired her blood in the sixteenth century. Hell, she carried herself with poise and grace not unheard of …

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Unknown When Vishnu returned to earth in the form of an Austrian Corporal, it took the whole world combined to destroy the prophesized tenth avatar, all puppets to the whims of Kali. The Bull of Dharma, in all previous Kali Yugas left on one foot, was finally unseated by Kali. An Eternity of death, dissolution, …

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Ranger Hotel (4 Stars) 2026 Hours (CST) The same Suit from before was no longer a suit, but adorned in a white short-sleeve button-up shirt and khaki slacks with a black belt. Cigar smoke filled his hotel room, present where light was absent. Indeed, the only source of light other than his Gran Tampico No. …

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Houston, TX Saturday, April 3rd, 1976 1034 Hours (CST) An all-black 1970 Buick Electra pulled into the parking lot of Youngman’s Coffee Shop, like it had for three weeks past. It parked in the same parking space, three away from the street which divorced the shop from the parking lot, and out stepped the same …

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Planning Cosa Nostra – Paragraph One Situation Enemy Forces Our enemy is everyone who is not us. Subversives, centrists, whomever your mind inserts, if they are not with us they are our enemies. Our enemy occupies superior terrain, in the form of absolute Media Control, deeply embedded bureaucracy and laws, and a populace in denial that …

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Planning Cosa Nostra – An Introduction Bronze Age Pervert has recently gifted us with two interesting titles: Our Thing, and the Side of Truth. Both of these have extreme potential, and both are evocative of the two-pronged nature of BAPesque thought. A name is a rune, both a secret and a symbol. And when one is …

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