New book

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Assyrians

  • By jsmoore
  • 13 December, 2016
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(This was written in 1973) My thoughts on the Assyrian empire contradict the accepted interpretation of certain features of Near Eastern history in the first millennium BC.   The origins … Continue Reading →


Summer Solstice 2015

  • By jsmoore
  • 24 October, 2016
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The willow in the wind stands tall I sit beneath and drink my beer While down below the river wall The Thames, is at low tide. Judge Jeffreys used to … Continue Reading →


battle of Hastings

  • By jsmoore
  • 14 October, 2016
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950th anniversary http://www.mith.demon.co.uk/Bulwer2.htm


funny thing

  • By jsmoore
  • 18 June, 2016
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Yesterday a British mp got murdered. Her name was Jo Cox. Some years ago I wrote a story about a British mp being murdered. I gave him the name David … Continue Reading →


Growing out of Schopenhauer

  • By jsmoore
  • 30 May, 2016
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Contemptuous of the self congratulation and cultural triumphalism that followed Prussia’s victory in the Franco Prussian war, Nietzsche in his Thoughts out of Season was far from simply preferring French … Continue Reading →


Modern Master referenced

  • By jsmoore
  • 16 April, 2016
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book signing

  • By jsmoore
  • 4 April, 2016
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http://www.treadwells-london.com/event/mandrakes-saturn-return-party/   I signed and sold several books, and made a speech, Here are my notes for it:- Sikh Marx Students History Socialist and Christian. prose Poetry Nietzsche Tantrism Biographies … Continue Reading →


Before Hitler was I am

  • By jsmoore
  • 25 February, 2016
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Before Hitler was I am In his The Beast in Berlin Tobias Churton discusses this remark of Crowley’s, and its clear reference to the gospels, but surprisingly misses the verse … Continue Reading →


empty bookshop

  • By jsmoore
  • 8 February, 2016
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