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THE MYTH OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (MYTHUS DES XX JAHRHUNDERTS) -- AN EVALUATION OF THE SPIRITUAL-INTELLECTUAL CONFRONTATIONS OF OUR AGE

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by Alfred Rosenberg

In memory of the two million German heroes who fell in the world war for a German life and a German Reich of honour and freedom.

This address is only for those who have already found its message in their own lives, or at least long for it in their hearts. Meister Eckehart.

An inspired and endowed seer. A fountainhead of fundamental precepts in the field of human history, religion, and cultural philosophy, almost overwhelming in magnitude. The Myth is the Myth of the Blood, which, under the sign of the Swastika, released the World Revolution. It is the Awakening of the Soul of the Race, which, after a period of long slumber, victoriously put an End to Racial Chaos.

Alfred Rosenberg, by Wikipedia
Theologia Germanica, by Anonymous (Meister Eckhart)
Meister Eckhart, by Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Meister Eckhart, by Wikipedia
Gods & Beasts -- The Nazis & the Occult, by Dusty Sklar

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