/library/ - Library

Library, PDF's, EPUBs, Sharing of Literature

Posting Mode: Reply Return

Max message length: 5000


(used to delete files and postings)


  • Supported file types: GIF, JPG, PNG, WebM, OGG, and more
  • Max files: 5
  • Max file size: 50.00 MB
  • Read the global rules before you post, as well as the board rules found in the sticky.

11/30/20 Our server migration on 11/29/20 was successful!
08/28/20 Come and join our Matrix/IRC servers, the info can be found here.
02/09/20 /ausneets/ has been added!
11/23/19 Donations can now be made via PayPal, thank you for all of your support!
11/21/19 We have successfully migrated to LynxChan 2.3.0, to see all of the changes to 16chan, click here.

[Index] [Catalog] [Archive] [Bottom] [Refresh]

(32.82 KB 600x350 dims.jpeg)
Book Thread Anonymous 11/12/2019 (Tue) 01:23:29 ID:41e129 No. 597
Hello /pol/. I've been busy since the shut down. I hope this thread stays up. I will share Zundel's Bunker. I am reading AK Chesterton's "The New Unhappy Lords."

(142.57 KB 1091x1024 cover.jpg)
>>682 cover for this
(187.30 KB 628x642 1569125893544.png)
megamegas cyberalexandria - #F!s5EFFQSY!QTYGwRruFqfYUl8BvtV1rQ!oplXUITD general collection - #F!flYQGbzI!p1AFjtMuCLHQqocJqxV7rg germanic myth - #F!bENznApJ!zoLo1-76Rpraq_5ztpZ3SA history1 - #F!dlZlDbqL!TXG5bGvWufONkrQAL7b7jA history2 - #F!51Q0waSI!4Ut-eePQr9YSjHJJTQs7Ew history3 - #F!HbBXzIjC!AjsOUnEGMpcQPrWQG_MdEQ homestead/history - #F!WQ1j0Q5A!BrV-uEsC2VZlhFsqJV-YHg language - #F!x4VG3DRL!lqecF4q2ywojGLE0O8cu4A latin/greek - #F!9o4QEIIK!P3piz8Bfw-z7jgb7Q8NWDg philosophy - #F!MQBRHBJA!L_on3h-XUrtbc719UaMygw warfare - #F!x4JD1RzD!4_nIFmI2sBdSYg14j7pIdA poems/stories - #F!6sgETKCa!vGFF5iTfCR6lH3ZLXaQorQ natsig - #F!ZuZmiBqZ!XhyEetUaj6an8ntb-U1AZw sig - #F!C7ZwlY4L!DP4JwX2dJWJdmjxbB7b7Lw art/anatomy /#F!es1BSKQR!spODyd0iaQmMelGA2GscFw 3rdR-#F!5Q5UFZIR!MvGFhWEPb03Qg3ZFOh5yKg
(233.93 KB techno.pdf)
(190.97 KB 900x1113 cover.jpg)
>>686 cover for this one
(704.76 KB 900x1113 ClipboardImage.png)
(233.93 KB techno.pdf)
>>687 You know you can upload up to 5 files per post?
for anyone interested in Sabbatean Frankism, here is vol 1 & 2 of "To Eliminate the Opiate", by Rabbi Antelman.
>>616 >Shits on Christianity >considers Francis Christian That's what I expected.
Anybody have the most uncensored and accurate English translations (preferred) or just scans in Hebrew on the Talmud (Babylonian and Jerusalem), and other kike texts?
>>691 from jewpedia >The Babylonian Talmud, translated by Michael L. Rodkinson. (1903, contains all of the tractates in the Orders of Mo'ed/Festivals and Nezikin/Damages, plus some additional material related to these Orders.) This is inaccurate[citation needed] and was wholly superseded by the Soncino translation: it is sometimes linked to from the internet because, for copyright reasons, it was until recently the only translation freely available on the Web I think this is the one your looking for, the fact they are claiming it is ((inaccurate)) and intead listing a bunch of 2003 and 2012 version sounds like revisionism.
>>691 The Babylonian Talmud Translated by Michael L. Rodkinson from the Internet Sacred Text Archive. Accessed 2007-08-03. https://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/talmud.htm
>>597 Test.
(2.10 MB 5000x3333 book-chart.jpg)
Save and/or open in new tab to zoom in
(96.14 KB 1024x576 1595559814625.jpg)
>>597 Here, I'm new here. Obligatory post of audiobooks as tribute. Wage slaves now there's no excuse. https://www.alexlinder.com/audiobooks.html Revilo Oliver - America's Decline Ragnar Redbeard - Might Is Right Randolph O. Calverhall - Serpents Walk James Mason - Siege Richard Harwood - Did Six Million Really Die? Louis Farrakhan - The Secret Relationship Between Blacks & Jews - The Leo Frank Case Matt Koehl - Words of Hitler Abir Taha - Nietzsche, Prophet of Nazism E. Michael Jones - Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control E. Michael Jones - The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit Martin Luther - The Jews and Their Lies
>>35480 Thanks Anon. Looks like will need to charge my headphones tonight
>>698 Of course, if you enjoy them make sure to repost the link. Might is right should keep you very entertained it's riddled with truths. Make sure to download each individual segments, maybe about an hour or two in length typically, if you don't have wifi when trying to listen. "He who is slow to believe anything and everything is of great understanding, for one false principle is the beginning of all unwisdom"
>>699 This is very odd. It says I posted this, it has a (You) on it, but I definitely didn't. Many of my posts on other threads have been removed too.
>>700 There was a server rollback, we lost last few posts in all threads, it screwed up they thread id system as well.
(164.94 KB 676x1024 1600816594868m.jpg)
(30.58 MB oera linda book.pdf)
(91.59 KB 474x632 olbcover.jpg)
IMPORTANT You guys really need to see this. The Oera Linda Book appears to be a unique record of the earliest European history, previously completely unknown in such detail. It's authenticity is strongly denied by the (((establishment))). This is the true White people's bible, and will blow your mind. A pdf of the translated version from the original Old Frisian, the scan of which is also included, is uploaded here. https://anonfiles.com/bd23ude7pc/oera_linda_book_pdf The following is a recent excellent video on the topic : Conspiracy? Our Subverted History, Part 5.1 - The Oera Linda Book https://www.bitchute.com/video/3afMkHPJwAiX/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYT_WugMLoY
(98.48 KB 474x632 Oera Linda.jpg)
>>703 Why is there a six pointed symbol on the cover?
(769.86 KB 687x859 Screenshot (1778).png)
(698.23 KB 690x877 Screenshot (1777).png)
(786.05 KB 678x873 Screenshot (1776).png)
>>704 >What appears at the top is the signs of the Juul—that is, the first symbol of Wr-alda, also of the origin or beginning from which Time is derived; this is the Kroder, which must always go round with the Juul. According to this model Frya formed the set hand which she used to write her Tex. When Fasta was Eeremoeder she made a running hand out of it. The Witkoning—that is, the Sea-king Godfried the Old—made separate numbers for the set hand and for the runic hand. It is therefore not too much that we celebrate it once a year. We may be eternally thankful to Wralda that he allowed his spirit to exercise such an influence over our forefathers. >In her time Finda also invented a mode of writing, but that was so highflown and full of flourishes that her descendants have soon lost the meaning of it. >Afterwards they learned our writing—that is, the Finns, the Thyriers, and the Krekalanders—but they did not know that it was taken from the Juul, and must therefore always be written round like the sun. Furthermore, they wished that their writing should be illegible by other people, because they always had matters to conceal. In doing this they acted very unwisely, because their children could only with great difficulty read the writings of their predecessors, whereas our most ancient writings are as easy to read as those that were written yesterday. >Here is a specimen of the set hand and of the running hand, as well as of the figures, in both.
>>597 bump for books on phisinogomy
>The Talmud Unmasked - Reverend IB Prenaitis Published in 1892. whats worth noting from the info i will post to accompany this, is that not one single jew has read the entire talmud. the case collapsed due to kike tricks and pilpul. take what you will from this wiki narrative heres a bit about the author Pranaitis rose to fame in the blood libel case of Menahem Mendel Beilis (or Beiliss) in Russia in 1912, by which time he had already been defrocked as a Catholic priest. Beilis was accused of murdering a Christian child to take his blood for alleged Jewish rituals, and for Matzah for Passover. Pranaitis was called as an expert witness to testify to the Talmudic hatred of Christians, as described in his book; one police department official is quoted as saying: The course of the trial will depend on how the ignorant jury will perceive arguments of priest Pranaitis, who is sure about the reality of ritual murders. I think, as a priest he is able to talk with peasants and to convince them. As a scientist, who defended a thesis about this question, he will give props to the court and prosecution, though nothing can be guessed in advance yet. I became acquainted with Pranaitis and am firmly convinced that he is the person who knows the problem, about which he will talk, in depth... Everything, then, will depend on which arguments priest Pranaitis will furnish, and he has them, and they're shattering for Jewry. Christianus in Talmude Iudaeorum His credibility rapidly evaporated, however, when the defence demonstrated his ignorance of some simple Talmudic concepts and definitions, such as hullin, to the point where "many in the audience occasionally laughed out loud when he clearly became confused and couldn't even intelligibly answer some of the questions asked by [Beilis'] lawyer". Rebekah Marks Costin's account in Robert Garber's Jews on Trial quotes the key exchange of the trial which served to destroy Pranaitis' credibility: Q: What is the meaning of the word Hullin [animals permissible as food]? A: I don't know. Q: What is the meaning of the word Erubin [Sabbath walking limits]? A: I don't know. Q: What is the meaning of the word Yebamot [family relationships]? A: I don't know. Q: When did Baba Batra live and what was her activity? A: I don't know. The last question "was fatal once it was tactfully explained to the jury. Baba Batra is a tractate of the Talmud, quite well known to scholars, students, and many Jewish laymen." A Tsarist secret police agent would later report on Pranaitis' testimony, saying: Cross-examination of Pranaitis has weakened the evidential value of his expert opinion, exposing lack of knowledge of texts and insufficient knowledge of Jewish literature. Because of his amateurish knowledge and lack of resourcefulness, Pranaitis' expert opinion is of very low value. Beilis was found not guilty.


no cookies?