Bronze Age Mindset

Bronze Age Mindset

T. I. Burton also adds in this article that this author BAP is a kind of priest-king to thousands on Twitter and outside and is possibly leading a spiritual reawakening.Some say that this book, found in a safebox in the port area of Kowloon ...

Author: Bronze Pervert

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ISBN: 1983090441

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The Atlantic named this author as possibly Steve Bannon's contact in the White House (Rosie Gray, The Atlantic Feb 10 2017: " 'Think you should speak directly to my WH cutout / cell leader,' Yarvin said in an email. 'I've never met him and don't know his identity, we just DM on Twitter. He's said to be 'very close' to Bannon...Goal is to intimidate Congress with pure masculine show of youth, energy. Trump is said to know, will coordinate with powerful EOs..."); and a recent Vox article (Tara Isabella Burton, Vox June 1 2018) claimed that he is the "text" to Jordan Peterson's "subtext," and a "distilled" form of Peterson. Distilled means purer: yes, so why not read and understand the purer version? T. I. Burton also adds in this article that this author BAP is a kind of priest-king to thousands on Twitter and outside and is possibly leading a spiritual reawakening.Some say that this book, found in a safebox in the port area of Kowloon, was dictated, because Bronze Age Pervert refuses to learn what he calls "the low and plebeian art of writing." It isn't known how this book was transcribed. The contents are pure dynamite. He explains that you live in ant farm. That you are observed by the lords of lies, ritually probed. Ancient man had something you have lost: confidence in his instincts and strength, knowledge in his blood. BAP shows how the Bronze Age mindset can set you free from this Iron Prison and help you embark on the path of power. He talks about life, biology, hormones. He gives many examples from history, both ancient and modern. He shows the secrets of the detrimental robots, how they hide and fabricate. He helps you escape gynocracy and ascend to fresh mountain air.The pricing, he insisted on against all advice. It refers to the lucky 969 Movement of Burma, led by the noble monk Wirathu.Praise be to the Pervert. Praise be to his teaching of peace.Be careful.
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A Beautiful Day Begins with a Beautiful Mindset

A Beautiful Day Begins with a Beautiful Mindset

GROW INTO YOUR BEST SELF―A JOURNAL TO SUPPORT THE WHOLE YOUSelf-care is the essential, powerful practice of loving yourself―not just with fun indulgences, but with everyday habits that support and strengthen every part of you.

Author: two Peter Staff

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ISBN: 9798665297286

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Page: 110

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GROW INTO YOUR BEST SELF―A JOURNAL TO SUPPORT THE WHOLE YOUSelf-care is the essential, powerful practice of loving yourself―not just with fun indulgences, but with everyday habits that support and strengthen every part of you. This _Journal_ may be the key to help you build the best self-care practices and reclaim your relationship with yourself― start developing ideas about addressing everything from nurturing your mindset to organizing your personal space to reaching out to your community.Do your first step toward the best version of you and get this journal to get to the life you deserve.
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Strange Rites

Strange Rites

In 2018, shortly after Bronze Age Mindset was published, the book was greeted by far-right circles with what seemed like breathless admiration. The far-right, anti-democracy magazine Jacobite published a glowing review of the book, ...

Author: Tara Isabella Burton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781541762510

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

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A sparklingly strange odyssey through the kaleidoscope of America's new spirituality: the cults, practices, high priests and prophets of our supposedly post-religion age. Fifty-five years have passed since the cover of Time magazine proclaimed the death of God and while participation in mainstream religion has indeed plummeted, Americans have never been more spiritually busy. While rejecting traditional worship in unprecedented numbers, today's Americans are embracing a kaleidoscopic panoply of spiritual traditions, rituals, and subcultures -- from astrology and witchcraft to SoulCycle and the alt-right.As the Internet makes it ever-easier to find new "tribes," and consumer capitalism forever threatens to turn spirituality into a lifestyle brand, remarkably modern American religious culture is undergoing a revival comparable with the Great Awakenings of centuries past. Faith is experiencing not a decline but a Renaissance. Disillusioned with organized religion and political establishments alike, more and more Americans are seeking out spiritual paths driven by intuition, not institutions. In Strange Rites, religious scholar and commentator Tara Isabella Burton visits with the techno-utopians of Silicon Valley; Satanists and polyamorous communities, witches from Bushwick, wellness junkies and social justice activists and devotees of Jordan Peterson, proving Americans are not abandoning religion but remixing it. In search of the deep and the real, they are finding meaning, purpose, ritual, and communities in ever-newer, ever-stranger ways.
Categories: Social Science

Envisioning the Past Through Memories

Envisioning the Past Through Memories

... in the Neo-Assyrian palace reliefs are those of the Late Bronze Age, found both in their Middle Assyrian forebears, ... belonging to a Late Bronze Age mindset under the rubric and guise of representations of contemporary incidents.

Author: Davide Nadali

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781474223980

Category: History

Page: 200

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Memory is a constructed system of references, in equilibrium, of feeling and rationality. Comparing ancient and contemporary mechanisms for the preservation of memories and the building of a common cultural, political and social memory, this volume aims to reveal the nature of memory, and explores the attitudes of ancient societies towards the creation of a memory to be handed down in words, pictures, and mental constructs. Since the multiple natures of memory involve every human activity, physical and intellectual, this volume promotes analyses and considerations about memory by focusing on various different cultural activities and productions of ancient Near Eastern societies, from artistic and visual documents to epigraphic evidence, and by considering archaeological data. The chapters of this volume analyse the value and function of memory within the ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian societies, combining archaeological, textual and iconographical evidence following a progression from the analysis of the creation and preservation of both single and multiple memories, to the material culture (things and objects) that shed light on the impact of memory on individuals and community.
Categories: History

Contemporary Far Right Thinkers and the Future of Liberal Democracy

Contemporary Far Right Thinkers and the Future of Liberal Democracy

Bredon, Peter D. “Master of His Domain: On Bronze Age Pervert's Bronze Age Mindset.” Counter-Currents (2018). Published electronically August 9. https://counter-currents.com/2018/08/master-of-his-domain/. Bronze Age Pervert.

Author: A. James McAdams

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000431964

Category: Political Science

Page: 352

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This book is the first systematic analysis of the efforts of a broad range of contemporary far-right thinkers to popularize their critiques of liberal-democratic norms and institutions and make their ideas the subjects of sustained political and academic debate. The book focuses on outspoken thinkers in western and eastern Europe, Russia, the United States, Canada, and Australia. They include Alain de Benoist, Guillaume Faye, Götz Kubitschek, Pat Buchanan, Fróði Midjord, Jason Jorjani, contributors to the online magazine Quillette, and the elusive personality known as the Bronze Age Pervert. The book explores the diverse intellectual foundations of these thinkers’ positions, the similarities and differences in their ideas, and their prospects for influencing attitudes about democratic politics within their respective countries. It examines diverse movements and schools of thought, including the European New Right, Paleoconservatism, the Alt-right, Identitarianism, White nationalism, and antifeminism. Providing a much-needed global perspective, this book will be of considerable interest to students and scholars of populism, right-wing extremism, identity politics, fascism, racism, and conservatism.
Categories: Political Science

That s Not Funny

That s Not Funny

For example, Bronze Age Mindset begins: “What if you've been misled about what is life? They do this by showing you two red marionette and shake them in front, then you stay mesmerized and clap like trained seal.

Author: Matt Sienkiewicz

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520382138

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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A rousing call for liberals and progressives to pay attention to the emergence of right-wing comedy and the political power of humor. "Why do conservatives hate comedy? Why is there no right-wing Jon Stewart?" These sorts of questions launch a million tweets, a thousand op-eds, and more than a few scholarly analyses. That's Not Funny argues that it is both an intellectual and politically strategic mistake to assume that comedy has a liberal bias. Matt Sienkiewicz and Nick Marx take readers--particularly self-described liberals--on a tour of contemporary conservative comedy and the "right-wing comedy complex." In That's Not Funny, "complex" takes on an important double meaning. On the one hand, liberals have developed a social-psychological complex--it feels difficult, even dangerous, to acknowledge that their political opposition can produce comedy. At the same time, the right has been slowly building up a comedy-industrial complex, utilizing the humorous, irony-laden media strategies of liberals such as Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, and John Oliver to garner audiences and supporters. Right-wing comedy has been hiding in plain sight, finding its way into mainstream conservative media through figures ranging from Fox News's Greg Gutfeld to libertarian podcasters like Joe Rogan. That's Not Funny taps interviews with conservative comedians and observations of them in action to guide readers through media history, text, and technique. You will find many of these comedians utterly appalling, some surprisingly funny, and others just plain weird. They are all, however, culturally and politically relevant--the American right is attempting to seize spaces of comedy and irony previously held firmly by the left. You might not like this brand of humor, but you can't ignore it.
Categories: Political Science

Waging War Without Warriors

Waging War Without Warriors

In the end , what gave Cortés the decisive advantage was not modern technology such as firearms but the fact that a Bronze Age people were hamstrung by a Bronze Age mindset . The Aztecs lacked the Spaniards ' confidence in being able to ...

Author: Christopher Coker

Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers

ISBN: 1588261301

Category: Political Science

Page: 223

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In this text, Christopher Coker offers both a history of martial cultures and an analysis of how these are now changing. He locates the origins of the Western way of war in ancient Greece: for example, in the heroic ideals of Homer's Iliad.
Categories: Political Science

Identity Politics and Tribalism

Identity Politics and Tribalism

Bronze Age Pervert (2018) Bronze Age Mindset, Independently Published. Buchanan, P.J. (1992) 1992 Republican National Convention Speech, Patrick J. Buchanan Official Website, [Online], ...

Author: Nikos Sotirakopoulos

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781788360685

Category: Philosophy

Page: 235

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Has the world gone mad?'…this is a question that we’ve heard time and again during the last years. Everyone is convinced that something is wrong with politics, the culture, and our society, but what exactly is the problem and how can we overcome it? This book will guide the reader through a journey that will connect the dots on the various fronts of the culture wars. There is a thread that links together the various expressions of group and identity conflicts in today’s West: from Left to Right, from Social Justice Warriors to Trumpites, from feminism to the manosphere, and from critical race theorists to white nationalists. By the end of this book, readers will understand not only the root problem poisoning our culture and society, but also how to rise above it both in our private lives and as citizens.
Categories: Philosophy

Size Matters Understanding Monumentality Across Ancient Civilizations

Size Matters   Understanding Monumentality Across Ancient Civilizations

But while the British mainland experienced an influx of new technical knowledge, values, and material from the European continent, Orkney's inhabitants seem to have been reluctant to embrace this new Bronze Age mindset.

Author: Federico Buccellati

Publisher: transcript Verlag

ISBN: 9783839445389

Category: History

Page: 350

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When talking about monuments, size undeniably matters - or does it? But how else can we measure monumentality? Bringing together researchers from various fields such as archaeology, museology, history, sociology, Mesoamerican studies, and art history, this book discusses terminological and methodological approaches in both theoretical contributions and various case studies. While focusing on architectural aspects, this volume also discusses the social meaning of monuments, the role of forced and free labour, as well as textual monumentality. The result is a modern interdisciplinary take on an important concept which is notoriously difficult to define.
Categories: History

Global Populisms

Global Populisms

Excerpt from Bronze Age Pervert's Bronze Age Mindset (2018), a self-published book that is widely famous online among young rightwingers in the U.S. and is considered to be a manifesto of the alt-right. Postfascism?

Author: Carlos de la Torre

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000421392

Category: Social Science

Page: 218

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This ground-breaking textbook describes and explains the global manifestations of populism. It reviews controversies about its relationships with democracy in the distinct and interrelated histories of the Americas, Asia, and Europe. The volume surveys the similarities and differences between populism, nationalism, fascism, and populist uses of religion and the media. Global Populisms invites students and the general public to move beyond simplistic conceptualizations of populism as an external virus and as an irrational threat to democracy, or, alternatively, as the path to return power to the people. The book differentiates populists’ correct critiques to inequalities, the loss of national sovereignty, and unresponsive politicians from its solutions. In the name of giving power to the people, populists in power from Hugo Chávez to Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, and Viktor Orbán entered in war with the media, made rivals into existential enemies, and attempted to concentrate power in the hands of the president. Written in a clear and accessible style, this interdisciplinary volume will appeal to undergraduate students as well as to non-academic audiences with an interest in political science, sociology, history, and communication studies.
Categories: Social Science