Category Archives: Religion

The Messianic Age

Nicholas Carter The artfully Christianized New Testament tells us that a brand new mystery religion called Christianity was suddenly thrust from the chaotic bowels of Palestine nearly 2000 years ago. This unusual cult – unique in the sense that the … Continue reading

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“The Empire of the Gothic Night”

(FRAGMENT) Joseph D. Pryce The Abyss Gazes Back Then again some have fallen unreservedly into the power of the destiny ruling here: some yielding betimes are betimes too their own: there are those who, while they accept what must be … Continue reading

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Nathan the Wise or the Age of Enlightenment and Jews

Max Wundt Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction Three articles translated from the series, Forschungen zur Judenfrage (1937 ff.) (Studies on the Jewish Problem), have now appeared in the Liberty Bell, viz., the issues of … Continue reading

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The Graeco-Judean Connection

Nicholas Carter It is axiomatic that people cannot be rightly understood and fairly judged unless they are regarded in the light of the standards and values of the society in which they lived. In other words, the peoples of the … Continue reading

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Aryan Victory in Supreme Court Decision

The Nordic Press The incongruity of contemporary political thought lies not so much with conflicting political ideologies as in simple ignorance. As an example, in June of 1987 when the Supreme Court of the United States voided the last vestige … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Sammy Glick

Nicholas Carter History of Religion texts, and other works that delineate the basic tenets of Judaism, are virtually all alike in one very significant respect: they are monuments of disinformation that both overemphasize and exaggerate the impact of the Jewish … Continue reading

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The Counterfeit Gospel

Nicholas Carter The great question in theology for the Higher Critics1 of organized religion in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was, What is Christianity? The many fine scholars (Couchoud, Guignebert, Klausner, Schweitzer, et al) who dedicated so much … Continue reading

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Religion and the Racial Controversy

THE FALSE PROPAGANDA OF THE CHURCH H.B. Isherwood “In the world and according to the flesh, there is a great difference and inequality of persons; and the same must be diligently observed.” A Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the … Continue reading

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Racial Origin and Earliest Racial History of the Hebrews

Eugen Fischer Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction The August-September 1983 issue of Liberty Bell contains my translation of and introduction to an article by the German geneticist, Baron Otmar von Verschuer, in which its … Continue reading

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Race or Religion?

Wodenson (David Lane) Race or Religion? This is the most fundamental problem of our age. Since the majority of the remnant of the White Aryan Race at least nominally supports some branch of the Christian religion, and since the Christian … Continue reading

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A Bitter Harvest

The Nordic Press It has taken time, nearly two thousand years, but the full effects of the Christian doctrine is bearing its ultimate, bitter fruit. It is destroying the once proud, innovative, questing peoples of northern Europe whom we call … Continue reading

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The Most Evil Man

Richard C. Bentinck, M.D. In all groups of social animals, there is a ruler – a dominant individual, usually a physically powerful male. His purpose is to serve the group as its leader, its protector and guide to food and … Continue reading

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The Greek Connection

Nicholas Carter “No man is an island,” some idiot once wrote (I’m sure the reader knows which idiot) – a simplistic proposition that I categorically deny. Each human being is an island, cognitively alone, not linked to any other living … Continue reading

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What the Devil!

Allan Callahan A very perceptive man once opined that the world was created by the Devil when God wasn’t looking. This very logical observation got me to thinking, and also prompted me into doing some research on Mr. Satan. Although … Continue reading

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The Two Messiahs

Nicholas Carter “The Bible is the most historically accurate document handed down by man.” “Faith has to he founded upon fact.” “Christianity is a faith based upon history.” Spoken in the context of modern times by leading Christian theologians – and … Continue reading

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