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serpentwalker666

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Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.
 
Would you only focus on these subjects or would you also include good books on astrology, tarot, palmistry, etc., too?

I think it's a wonderful idea!!
 
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.
Alot of infographics exist for this sort of thing. The science board on 4chan also has lots of recommendations like these.

I think it would be best if people would share the books they read that have had the greatest impact on their worldview, their mindset, or their development.

On that note you could trawl the forum and see what books/authors are recommended most by the forum members, then organize then into a list.

Commonly mentioned titles/authors here (like rich dad poor dad and millionaire fastlane) should be ranked highly in the list and considered essential reading.

An example of such a list could look like this:

1a. Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
1b. Letters from Seneca(not mentioned often here but I consider it essential reading along with meditations for stoic philosophy)
2. Rich Dad Poor Dad
3. Millionaire Fastlane
4. Nietzsche (various works)
5. Mein Kampf

Initiation into Hermetics is mentioned occasionally here but I'm thinking it's redundant to list since the meat & potatoes are on the JoS website, and in their most uncorrupted and simplified form.

My thinking is that books on STEM subjects are too niche to be useful to the majority of people. If we create a list of recommended books, they should be books that everyone can benefit from. Books that broadly expand your mind.

I think it would be beneficial for the community for everyone to have a common literary background, especially in the philosophy and culture of our pagan ancestors. A core satanic curriculum.

I would love to be involved with such a project.


PS, it could be helpful to create reading lists on specific subjects in the JoS worldview. Collections of books and articles for example that illustrate the realities of life under national socialism, without the jewish lies. Or collections which specifically expose jewish usury & slavery. If that makes sense.
 
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.
Also, I want to mention that huge infographics with no flow and dozens of book recommendations apiece like you often find on imageboards, probably do not help very many people, just because they can be so overwhelming. There should be a structure and not too many recommendations, if we do something like this.
 
existentialcrisis said:
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.
Alot of infographics exist for this sort of thing. The science board on 4chan also has lots of recommendations like these.

I think it would be best if people would share the books they read that have had the greatest impact on their worldview, their mindset, or their development.

On that note you could trawl the forum and see what books/authors are recommended most by the forum members, then organize then into a list.

Commonly mentioned titles/authors here (like rich dad poor dad and millionaire fastlane) should be ranked highly in the list and considered essential reading.

An example of such a list could look like this:

1a. Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
1b. Letters from Seneca(not mentioned often here but I consider it essential reading along with meditations for stoic philosophy)
2. Rich Dad Poor Dad
3. Millionaire Fastlane
4. Nietzsche (various works)
5. Mein Kampf

Initiation into Hermetics is mentioned occasionally here but I'm thinking it's redundant to list since the meat & potatoes are on the JoS website, and in their most uncorrupted and simplified form.

My thinking is that books on STEM subjects are too niche to be useful to the majority of people. If we create a list of recommended books, they should be books that everyone can benefit from. Books that broadly expand your mind.

I think it would be beneficial for the community for everyone to have a common literary background, especially in the philosophy and culture of our pagan ancestors. A core satanic curriculum.

I would love to be involved with such a project.


PS, it could be helpful to create reading lists on specific subjects in the JoS worldview. Collections of books and articles for example that illustrate the realities of life under national socialism, without the jewish lies. Or collections which specifically expose jewish usury & slavery. If that makes sense.

While you are correct. I strongly feel that such a STEM focus would be beneficial for our community. I look at this from the view that having a sort of recommendations and things to sort through can really be important.

Knowledge in many places of the world can be hard to access or afford, part of our advancement is to let our gifts and interests blossom as we develop as a being, that would be my focus on this.

I am very short of time and it's the one way I'd like to start offering something, the other things you mention are indeed all great ideas, just something that we'd have to work at gradually. As these subjects are always at the forefront of my mind along with this path, our community and the Gods.

Having a lack of time is also why I wanted to gradually focus on the things that I can give, since everything else would require alot more research, then if I were to get about 30 books, look them over about various scientific and mathematical subjects, and share my thoughts and recommendations with this in an organized way to benefit some of the community.

I have a habit of also forgetting things. Important things even, so the reason I'd want to take this niche idea first is it would be best for me given my current experiences, so i dont just embark on something bigger and end up dropping the ball.

I want to start small and go from there. That's my reasoning. I hope what I'm saying makes sense.
 
Lightning-Wings said:
Would you only focus on these subjects or would you also include good books on astrology, tarot, palmistry, etc., too?

I think it's a wonderful idea!!

I was thinking of focusing on the subjects I mentioned first. As it's something I can do to start.

I'm short of time rather often and focusing on more subjects and things would end up with me getting sloppy and I wouldn't be able to deliver a good end result. I wouldn't be okay with that, as I want the best for this community and I'd consider that unacceptable if I started off with alot then just dropped the ball so to say.

So that was my initial and main reasoning.
 
serpentwalker666 said:
Lightning-Wings said:
Would you only focus on these subjects or would you also include good books on astrology, tarot, palmistry, etc., too?

I think it's a wonderful idea!!

I was thinking of focusing on the subjects I mentioned first. As it's something I can do to start.

I'm short of time rather often and focusing on more subjects and things would end up with me getting sloppy and I wouldn't be able to deliver a good end result. I wouldn't be okay with that, as I want the best for this community and I'd consider that unacceptable if I started off with alot then just dropped the ball so to say.

So that was my initial and main reasoning.

I understand completely! I wish you luck brother!! :)
 
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.


Hey broo!!! Did you make that list or nah?
 
Carvik said:
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.


Hey broo!!! Did you make that list or nah?

Unfortunately not, as my life has been insane and I have barely enough time to be in the forums. However is there any information you are looking for specifically?

I can try to offer guidance and advice or point towards where to start.
 
serpentwalker666 said:
Carvik said:
serpentwalker666 said:
Hello, I wanted to start creating a comprehensive list of books for various intellectual subjects like computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and related.

I was planning on digging through the web and making a giant list of good ones for SS to refer to. I would do this very gradually and do one list at a time to make sure it was of good use.

I wanted everyone's thoughts on if this would be a valuable thing to do, or if all these sorts of things are already organized and categorized by other members elsewhere for the community?

Please share your thoughts as I'm extremely curious.


Hey broo!!! Did you make that list or nah?

Unfortunately not, as my life has been insane and I have barely enough time to be in the forums. However is there any information you are looking for specifically?

I can try to offer guidance and advice or point towards where to start.

Nope, Im just a mad reader, and as we cant spend all our time meditating Without getting burned, at least id rather to spend my valuable time reading or working on something, right now Im just ReReading HP HoodedCobra sermons and The Path to holistic life (satanist eye, obviusly) and for entertainment fantasy or thriller
 
Carvik said:
serpentwalker666 said:
Carvik said:
Hey broo!!! Did you make that list or nah?

Unfortunately not, as my life has been insane and I have barely enough time to be in the forums. However is there any information you are looking for specifically?

I can try to offer guidance and advice or point towards where to start.

Nope, Im just a mad reader, and as we cant spend all our time meditating Without getting burned, at least id rather to spend my valuable time reading or working on something, right now Im just ReReading HP HoodedCobra sermons and The Path to holistic life (satanist eye, obviusly) and for entertainment fantasy or thriller

I advise everyone of our Satanic brothers&sisters to make a short review about every book that they have read, and occasionally post it on the forums, make a "books review" thread if it does not exist yet, as this can be very helpful for people who want to read a book but does not know if it's trust able.
 
AFODO said:
Carvik said:
serpentwalker666 said:
Unfortunately not, as my life has been insane and I have barely enough time to be in the forums. However is there any information you are looking for specifically?

I can try to offer guidance and advice or point towards where to start.

Nope, Im just a mad reader, and as we cant spend all our time meditating Without getting burned, at least id rather to spend my valuable time reading or working on something, right now Im just ReReading HP HoodedCobra sermons and The Path to holistic life (satanist eye, obviusly) and for entertainment fantasy or thriller

I advise everyone of our Satanic brothers&sisters to make a short review about every book that they have read, and occasionally post it on the forums, make a "books review" thread if it does not exist yet, as this can be very helpful for people who want to read a book but does not know if it's trust able.

Thats a great Idea, Im sure it will grow over time!
 
In regards to biology I read Richard Dawkins' book "the selfish gene" a bit of time ago and it was excellent, even for a lay-person like myself. Completely changed the way I view life.

I highly recommend Mircea Eliade's writings for a scholarly account of the history of world religions especially paganism with a focus on the esoteric beliefs and practices that dominated. A history of Religious Ideas (vol. 1-3) are my favourite books ever.
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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