Plus, although as I mentioned my memories are foggy on the subject, I picked up some fringier sorts of books, many of them also overstock: The End of Eden: The Comet That Changed Civilization featuring the reliably unreliable Graham Philips (a thinking man’s Brad Steiger) on the Great Comet of 1486 BC and its Rays Of Anger, a copy of the pseudonymous Rosicrucian chrestomathy known as The Comte De Gabalis, Mitch Horowitz’ engaging overview Occult America: White House Seances, Ouija Circles, Masons, and the Secret Mystic History of Our Nation, and speaking of Occult Nazis Or Near As Dammit, “Edred”‘s guide to Rune Might including runic yoga and runic yodels. For reals, yo.

from – Kenneth Hite (emphasis mine)

Waaaait, did Ken Hite just call Edred a Nazi? (Edit: Nope, misreading on my part).

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  1. mr_jez

    I’m not quite sure what an ‘Occult Nazi’ might be, but I’ll push the boat out and say that I reckon it’s a bit of stretch to tar all the early 20th century rune magicians with that brush.


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