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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Books by Savitri Devi and Miguel Serrano Republished by Revisionist Books and the 55 Club

I wish to draw my readers' attention to two of Savitri Devi's books which after many years have been republished by Revisionist Books-Joy of the Sun. The Beautiful Life of Akhnaton, King of Egypt, Told To Young People (1942) and A Son of God. The Life and Philosopy of Akhnaton King of Egypt (1946).

I purchased mine via Amazon.UK and they have subsequently been withdrawn from sale (make your own mind up about that). Although they no longer print them you can instead buy them via Lulu Books who also print them. A similar thing happened to the 55 Club's The Great Yearning so it is important to buy these books whilst they are available.

Revisionist Books have also republished Impeachment of Man, Long-Whiskers and the Two Legged Goddess, or The True Story of a "Most Objectional Nazi" and.... half-a-dozen Cats, The Lightning and the Sun, Defiance, Pilgramage and Gold in the Furnace. It is hoped that one day soon they or another publisher will translate and publish other works by Savitri, namely L'Etang aux lotus (The Lotus Pond), a very early work written in 1935 but published in 1940 and Souvenirs et reflexions d’une aryenne (Memories and Reflections of an Aryan Woman), written between 1968-1971 and published in 1976.  Revisionist Books have also republished the writings of the late great Colin Jordan; National Socialism: Vanguard of the Future and The National Vanguard: The Way Forward. Their page may be found on this link:

The 55 Club have also republished three more works by Miguel Serrano, brought together in a single volume: Serrano: the early years, containing The Ultimate Flower, Ell/Ella: The Book of Magical Amor and Nietzsche and the Eternal Return. This work can be obtained through Amazon.

My readers will not need me to remind them that Savitri Devi is the founder of Esoteric National Socialism and that Miguel Serrano followed in her footsteps but expanded on the doctrine. Their work is thus essential for an understanding of the Aryan Weltanschauung from an esoteric perspective.

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