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book thread Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 13:34:56 [Preview] No. 2459
dump relevant info
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/endwall2/endware/master/pdfclean.sh for cleaning pdf's of malicious code


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 14:55:06 [Preview] No.2471 del
>>2459
>for cleaning pdf's of malicious code
I would rather see something that detects whether there's malicious code before altering the PDF, because it will change hashes and thus duplicate information.


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:00:30 [Preview] No.2473 del
>>2471
It would be more practical if that was a feature on Endchan's side.


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:02:42 [Preview] No.2474 del
>>2471 >>2473
And this can damage the PDF. There's a multitude of programs altering the PDF without even knowing there's malicious code in there.
Just run your PDF in a minimalistic PDF reader like SumatraPDF, qpdfview, muPDF, PDF.js (Firefox)


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:04:36 [Preview] No.2475 del
>>2471
https://www.aldeid.com/wiki/Origami/pdfcop pdfclean.sh uses pdfcop which according to its description:
The PDF filtering engine. Scans PDF documents for malicious structures.
>>2473
That or allow .djvu which is a good format supposedly safer than pdf.


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:10:49 [Preview] No.2477 del
>>2475
qpdf --suppress-recovery --object-streams=generate --decrypt --linearize "$file" "$file"_sane 
rt=$( echo "$file" | cut -d . -f 1 )
pdf2pdfa -o "$rt".pdfa_clean.pdf "${file%.*}".clean.pdf
pdfcop -p paranoid "$rt".pdfa_clean.pdf
pdfid.py "$rt".pdfa_clean.pdf
pdfid.py "$rt".pdfa_clean.pdf


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:18:31 [Preview] No.2479 del
>>2478
Thanks for the books though.


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 15:41:12 [Preview] No.2481 del
>>2479
I'll upload some more later today, I'm just posting these while I organize these books on my computer.


Anonymous 09/26/2018 (Wed) 20:06:21 [Preview] No.2482 del
>>2481
Thank you again for the books. In the other thread in the dump starting at >>2436 (so others can see those books) you posted 1-29.pdf the pizzagate threads that I had actually lost so that means a lot that you had posted it.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 00:00:32 [Preview] No.2483 del
>>2482
I have a 2.1 GiB Pizzagate - Washington DC Child Sex Trafficking zip too, though for obvious reasons can't just dump the zip by itself. I really don't know where or how I even got it.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 00:03:34 [Preview] No.2484 del
>>2483
>Pizzagate - Washington DC Child Sex Trafficking
oh nvm, it's from https://archive.org/details/PizzagateWashingtonDCChildSexTrafficking

Man I just realized that archive.org got some serious data space.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 00:14:24 [Preview] No.2486 del
>>2484
They sure have, though it is in one central location in the United States. Backup what you can I'd say.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 02:13:54 [Preview] No.2498 del


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:23:31 [Preview] No.2504 del
>>2498
>Seems like Endchan really hates certain files...
Yeah,
>Max file size: 350.00 MB


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:26:12 [Preview] No.2506 del
>>2504
Nevermind, it was 233MB (!). Probably a connection issue (Endchan has many bugs).


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:31:17 [Preview] No.2507 del
>>2506
Try and upload it yourself. I didn't have a Connection Failed error, it SEEMS to just refuses to even begin uploading.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:37:35 [Preview] No.2508 del
>>2507
Yeah it seems to be a Javascript issue (due to its size I assume)
>aborting form post [qr.js:454:3]
>allocation size overflow [upload.js:182:13]
>checked/reader.onloadend [https://endchan.xyz/.static/upload.js:182:13]

Anyway, a question. Are you interested in the HTML version of the Loeb Classical Library (only missing a few newer releases)


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:42:03 [Preview] No.2510 del
>>2508
Sure, whatever. I'm pretty much done uploading stuff.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:45:04 [Preview] No.2511 del
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/author/33956

Here's the Guthrie translation of Plotinus. The angry fat tattooed gearmonkey magneto photographer only trusts his own translations, but all we can do is see things from the perspectives of other translators.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 03:45:07 [Preview] No.2512 del
>>2510
I will need to prepare it still, I have every HTML page of the Greek and English and I will have to combine the pages into one page per book. Shall I keep the English and Greek seperate or combined (Harvard publishes them with Greek and English alongside each other)


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:06:46 [Preview] No.2513 del
>>2512
Side by side is a mess to do I'd imagine, while if every page or so is on top of each other, it'll look messy. I don't know exactly the type of formatting you're going for though.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:08:42 [Preview] No.2514 del
English on the left, Greek on the right is okay.

English page
Greek page

^this is acceptable

English sentence
Greek sentence

^this is asinine


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:11:05 [Preview] No.2515 del
>>2513 >>2514
It's already side-by-side, with Greek on the left page and English on the right. Guess I will just extract the part needed from HTML and combine it like it is (Greek and English side-by-side).
Though side-by-side won't be nice if you'd publish it as TXT or something sequential that doesn't have support for aligning two pages next to each other.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:14:12 [Preview] No.2516 del
>>2515
You said HTML though. If in text, well it's better not to be side by side but one on top the other.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:15:55 [Preview] No.2517 del
>>2515
I'll prepare one book tomorrow and we'll see.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:40:22 [Preview] No.2519 del
>>2516
(Could respond because I was downloading something and Endchan was bitching about fictional floods)

Yes, HTML. If you are not familiar with the Loeb Classical Library it is a library of ancient Greek and Latin authors created by James Loeb in 1912. I personally haven't read much of it, but I know it is a great resource and it isn't widely available on the internet, yet.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:53:24 [Preview] No.2520 del
>>2519
It'll be useful to have it than to not have it at all, though I don't care much about the Stoics and the Atomists.


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 04:54:30 [Preview] No.2521 del
>>2520
Alright ;)


Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 06:01:23 [Preview] No.2522 del
This specific translation was among the harder books to find all four in PDF format, even on archive.org since the uploader screwed up one of the title names of what he had uploaded while looking up either upanishad or nikhilananda on archive.org would get you too many results.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 00:55:45 [Preview] No.2527 del
(810.86 KB LCL279.zip)
(36.78 KB 200x304 LCL279.png)
>>2517
As promised here's one Loeb Library book. The CSS needs to be fixed still.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:00:31 [Preview] No.2530 del
>>2527
Congrats, you've posted one out of a twelve set series. Are you going to upload all of it or are you going to tell me to just download it from the torrent? I don't think most people have the bandwidth or the patience to download the compressed 7.1 GiB folder of the incomplete Loeb Classical Library.

L279) Volume I. Library of History, Books 1–2.34
L303) Volume II. Library of History, Books 2.35–4.58
L340) Volume III. Library of History, Books 4.59–8
L375) Volume IV. Library of History, Books 9–12.40
L384) Volume V. Library of History, Books 12.41–13
L399) Volume VI. Library of History, Books 14–15.19
L389) Volume VII. Library of History, Books 15.20–16.65
L422) Volume VIII. Library of History, Books 16.66–17
L377) Volume IX. Library of History, Books 18–19.65
L390) Volume X. Library of History, Books 19.66–20
L409) Volume XI. Library of History, Fragments of Books 21–32
L423) Volume XII. Library of History, Fragments of Books 33–40


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:33:30 [Preview] No.2531 del
>>2530
Oof, it just wsn't in the torrent, totally missing.

Post any and all that you can that's in this missing Loebs list because it's most likely not readily available. Some are probably on Library Genesis which was how I had posted the Loebs version of A. H. Armstrong's seven volume set of Plotinus, but yeah.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:50:05 [Preview] No.2532 del
>>2530
I posted one as a preview, I can generate all of them (500+) in no time. Please check for stuff you like to change, improve, or other suggestions.
I'm quite certain that I can keep all the Loebs in under a gigabyte.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:55:12 [Preview] No.2533 del
>>2532
By the way I worked all day yesterday on a script to generate one book as a preview, I won't generate all of them yet because I'm not finished yet (TOC is not clickable, CSS is shit).
I can give you the Torrent for what I used as a source (3.4GB and millions of HTML pages)


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:57:02 [Preview] No.2534 del
>>2533
I prefer the damn torrent


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 14:58:14 [Preview] No.2535 del
>>2533
>millions of HTML pages
Sorry, thousands. 138,737 to be precise.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:03:04 [Preview] No.2536 del
>>2534
a7cd26773552bb0d315c790f70c14804638c96db


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:05:25 [Preview] No.2537 del
>>2534
hmm...after seeing >>2533 I'm having second thoughts...

The whole Diodous Siculus set would be the goal for now short term.

>>2536
ok


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:08:04 [Preview] No.2538 del
>>2537
>The whole Diodous Siculus set would be the goal for now short term.
Alright then, any suggestions as to styling or something else?


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:11:19 [Preview] No.2539 del
>>2538
It's good as it is.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:12:45 [Preview] No.2540 del
>>2538
>>2539
No wait, a semi long term goal in combining all 12 into 1.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:13:59 [Preview] No.2541 del
>>2540
Are you sure, that'd be 20MB uncompressed or something (bit heavy for the browser)


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 15:15:50 [Preview] No.2542 del
>>2541
Hmm yeah, you're right. Better to keep it light.


Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 16:00:33 [Preview] No.2544 del
Fixing page numbers, permalinks and making the TOC functional at the moment by the way.


Diodorus Siculus - Library of History Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 18:58:29 [Preview] No.2546 del
>>2544
OK, done. I had to do some unexpected bug fixes and I re-arranged it so there's a folder per book, with its images and CSS contained in that folder.
I've uploaded to Mixtape.moe because Endchan fails me: https://my.mixtape.moe/xiqhwb.zip

You can rename it to "LCL_Diodorus-Siculus_Library-of-History.zip" or something.


Anonymous 09/29/2018 (Sat) 08:03:51 [Preview] No.2550 del
Hmm...


Anonymous 09/29/2018 (Sat) 11:42:00 [Preview] No.2551 del


Anonymous 09/30/2018 (Sun) 04:16:11 [Preview] No.2557 del
>>2546
Thanks, though besides some other greek historians, I'm not that interested in most of the Loeb Classical Library for the most part.


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 07:00:52 [Preview] No.2559 del
>>2558
And to think that in 2 years I've changed so much lol.


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 12:34:13 [Preview] No.2563 del
>>2562
Hmm...I didn't know this existed. Oh well.


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 12:36:13 [Preview] No.2564 del
To reiterate, I don't agree with everything that I've shared, it's mostly for reference for proof and rebuttals but what you do with the info has nothing to do with what I think is true.


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 12:38:34 [Preview] No.2565 del
>>2563
Your version is slightly bigger ~300MB instead of ~250MB
>>2564
Alright.


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 12:49:22 [Preview] No.2566 del
>>2564
What do you think of Comparative Mythology, is that useful knowledge?


Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 13:36:55 [Preview] No.2567 del
>>2566
It depends on how it's done so I can't say this or that. As long as it doesn't use a complicated circular reasoning but a very simplex (look that word up) circular reasoning, there would then leave little to no room for error. Look at the first video in the most recent post in the webm thread of a bad example modern egyptologists use in using the bible to disprove the bible.


Anonymous 10/09/2018 (Tue) 19:28:20 [Preview] No.2695 del
hmm


Anonymous 10/10/2018 (Wed) 03:58:24 [Preview] No.2726 del
Lovin the thread so far . What a wealth of knowledge!


Anonymous 10/10/2018 (Wed) 04:15:51 [Preview] No.2728 del


Anonymous 10/10/2018 (Wed) 08:46:42 [Preview] No.2729 del
>>2726
Already posted Webster Tarpley's Against Oligarchy in >>2442


Anonymous 10/12/2018 (Fri) 01:02:29 [Preview] No.2732 del
>>2729
Fuck I didn't see it thanks


Anonymous 11/02/2018 (Fri) 06:32:23 [Preview] No.3031 del
Edith Starr Miller, Lady Queenborough Occult Theocrasy (1933)


Michael A. Hoffman II - Secret Societies and Psychological Operations (1992)


Anonymous 11/02/2018 (Fri) 06:35:50 [Preview] No.3032 del
>>3031
Thanks


Anonymous 11/02/2018 (Fri) 06:46:41 [Preview] No.3033 del
>>3032
any time, keep up the good work, friend.

Constance E. Cumbey - The Hidden Dangers of The Rainbow; The New Age Movement and Our Coming Age of Barbarism


Anonymous 11/04/2018 (Sun) 12:42:48 [Preview] No.3084 del


Anonymous 01/15/2019 (Tue) 15:57:43 [Preview] No.3244 del
Thanks for the new books, ritual and child abuse is an important subject since it keeps getting censored, covered up, or played down.


Anonymous 01/15/2019 (Tue) 16:00:36 [Preview] No.3245 del
>>3244
And of course, this has to be for the victims of these crimes so they are not forgotten, and so there's still a possibility of justice.


Anonymous 01/16/2019 (Wed) 03:14:54 [Preview] No.3250 del
This is a short one but worth it. Just a pdf of archive.is/U7r5u
>>3245
>And of course, this has to be for the victims of these crimes so they are not forgotten, and so there's still a possibility of justice.
exactly, I mainly use it to learn more of the earmarks of ritual crime which is an understudied subject but of course the victims had to go through it in order for this shit to be written so they deserve justice.
Thanks but this is not what I would consider definitive sources on sra. I came acrosse those during trying to go back to the late 80's early 90's and find info on the 50+ cases of satanic ritual abuse in daycares etc. The so called "satanic panic". They just whitewashed it and called it a hysteria. Just like they called leo taxil's expose's a hoax. Just like they called pizzagate fake news. Orginized satanic activity can never be told of in our current broken society without this large deepstate basically cult covering it all up and calling it a hoax hysteria or fake. Again and again the themes of ritual violence. Vivisection, forcing groups of victims to partake and watch ritual violence. The usage of small tunnel systems that lead to other ritual dungeons houses etc. The children speaking of robed figures hanging people on metal stands etc. The Mcmartin scandel had proven 6 out of 7 scientific basis of a tunnel at the preschool. Because it did not have a defined roof they said there was no tunnels. They caved the tunnels in and the geologist noted this but because there was no defined roof they scientifically could not verify a tunnel. Ergonomically there was a tunnel at the daycare. If that was proven to the case it would have set a standard of protecting innocent youth and people from this sick satanic cult networks using our outlets to educate children. Using schools to gather sra victims. Every time I see a new thing on voat about the horrible abuse of so and so and its simply because of people respecting things like freemasonry not specifically masonry (specifically masonry I am speculating)They are gonna keep doing this until people put a spotlight on the only area where this kind of thing could be fostered. In a good old boy network with secret morality hidden by cowboyhats and nodding at the troops. Until people start demanding answers they are just gonna use the shit they already do and see happening w/ their criminal syndicates w/ human trafficking to lock down society.This is an issue of cultic privelage. One abuser spoke of being able to plunge a girls head in the bathtub as he raped her because of his "masonic rite". So its an entitlement that allows these things to happen and be catagorized hystorically as individual incidents or false news.his is why secret societies need to be audited. this is gonna sound harsh but they are allowing all of this crime to continue simply because there are high level luciferians directing the sra covens. Another body is found in the woods with the feet slit and they scratch their heads and rub their stomachs rhythmically and if it gets out of hand they blame it on a guy like jeff dahmer or the nightstalker.There are secret societies using our cities to perform ritual violence without reprocussion.


Anonymous 01/17/2019 (Thu) 09:38:12 [Preview] No.3253 del
Don't ask how I've got this, do ask why you have not gotten this earlier. *Actually it's because I have a life outside of dealing with you imbeciles that fail to recognize the necessity of an decentralized anti-demonic esoteric system to combat a false esoteric system, I don't have the time to deal with all of your ramblings.*


Anonymous 01/17/2019 (Thu) 23:02:35 [Preview] No.3254 del
>>3253
thanks. As for the ramblings I get carried away sometimes
>decentralized anti-demonic esoteric system to combat a false esoteric system
Meme magic could fit in there.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 14:06:33 [Preview] No.3260 del
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>>3253
>SUNbury press
I sure hope that won't be yet another attempt at peddling gnosticism.
>Chapter 12 - The Religion and Theology of Jesus the Phoenician
>Marcion
Imbeciles huh.
So you want to combat 'false' esoteric system to introduce 'true' esoteric system? Because looking at history from conspiratorial angle doesn't show that systems exist only to be hijacked. Decentralized is good but if you start your anti-demonic movement with gnosticism then I really don't know what to say.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 18:56:54 [Preview] No.3261 del
>>3259
>>3258
Good to know you're still here, and thanks for the books.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:10:41 [Preview] No.3262 del
>>3260
>gets triggered by a fucking publisher name
pathetic.
>thinks Marcion is wrong to question Catholicism as well as the so called canonical books
You are a Catholic, yes?
I use "demonic" not in a literal sense of literal angels and demons since they're not real you idiot. Getting triggered by one specific section of a book yet failing to understand what the book is primarily is about is just outright cherrypicking. Jesus was NEVER a Jew, NEVER a "Judahite", not even an "Israelite", he's a Galilean Phoenician serving the real Phoenician El, he's really a "Pagan" through and through. I'm not even promoting any sect of any religion, I'm just posting PDF files of books that I find to be interesting, not for you specifically. I am not here to talk to morons like you that thinks that anything that's not "Christian" is bad.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:41:43 [Preview] No.3263 del
>>3262
Don't take it too personally, though if someone posts books from the same publisher that publishes Aleksandr Dugin's book, for example, I'd definitely not trust the book :)
Depends on the publisher's size really


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:58:12 [Preview] No.3265 del
>>3263
Judging a book by it's publisher isn't equal to understanding the points conveyed by the author through the books. Dugin uses multiple publishers in different languages, says one thing in one language, another thing in another language. His political tactic is essentially being like water, being all things to all men, even among Zionists and Anti-Zionists, he has no true allegiance to any ideology.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 20:42:43 [Preview] No.3266 del
>>3265
Didn't actually expect anyone to have seriously looked into Aleksandr Dugin, but he's a very outspoken anti-White, pro-Cannibalist, Thelemite, and a Crowley-worshipper.
>Judging a book by it's publisher isn't equal to understanding the points conveyed by the author through the books
True, but with millions of books available you aren't going to look seriously into books when they've been published by fishy publishers.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 20:45:57 [Preview] No.3267 del
>>3266
Oh BTW, I know nothing about SUNbury press, and I'm not >>3260


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 22:00:35 [Preview] No.3268 del
>>3266
It's still an invalid claim to judge (and dismiss) a book by its publisher. One author's work depending on who they are can be published into various languages in various times with various editions. The first edition in the first book in the first language is usually the intentional version of the author although there are some exceptions to this on the blame of the publishing company making erroneous edits to it just to make it technically a newer edition to sell the book, overall the contents of the book at whole stays intact should here be no deliberate or secret censorship going like in the case of Moby Dick as a neutral example. To even know of such differences demands someone to have ALREADY READ MULTIPLE VERSIONS of the same book to make such a claim or have been even made aware of those variables, as well as knowing how these things happen in the background. Self publishing is always the best for the author.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 22:11:55 [Preview] No.3269 del
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>>3262
>triggered
It made me suspicious so I looked for further clues and I found them. For me it's a clear mark of an agenda and so I call the reliability into question.
>You are a Catholic, yes?
I'm Anonymous, nice to meet you.
>triggered about Marcion
Marcion claimed that Jesus did not came in flesh which would make everything pointless. No sacrifice, no fulfillment of the Law, no salvation, no resurrection of the dead, nothing.
>demons doesn't real idiot
Yea Jesus was just metaphorically casting them out of people afflicted by possession then. Why stop there, whole New Testament is just a parable anyway. Oh and don't pay attention to that sharp high pitched sound in your ear that doesn't linger like the one resulting from pressure change but goes away the second you become aware of it as if it just got exposed.
>Jesus was NEVER a Jew, NEVER a "Judahite", not even an "Israelite", he's a Galilean Phoenician serving the real Phoenician El, he's really a "Pagan" through and through.
But you're not promoting any religion or sect so why do you sound so gnostic?
No, Jesus wasn't serving Saturn. He wasn't 'Pagan', he wasn't aryan phoenician. Fulfilling the Law bit wouldn't have worked legalistically had he not been Hebrew.
>morons like you that thinks that anything that's not "Christian" is bad.
Curb your pride. Just because you didn't post it 'just for me' doesn't mean I cannot speak against it.
Gnosticism and Christianity are two schools of thought that are absolutely beyond reconciliation each seeing the other as a mockery of it's truths. Guess which is closer to what the 'false' esoteric system holds on to?


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 22:19:22 [Preview] No.3270 del
>>3268
>It's still an invalid claim to judge (and dismiss) a book by its publisher
Agreed


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 23:15:15 [Preview] No.3271 del
>>3269
Having the word sun in sunbury isn't a valid clue. Why would any publisher give out illegal copies of a paid for book on this specific board on this specific website and no where else if the end goal was money? You would think that they would do so on literally anywhere else besides this specific place that's blatantly anti "occult" yet hypocritically only talks about the occult without understanding the occult mindset at all, failing to salvage anything right or wrong from any system, only merely pushing dogmas over others.

Read the damn book instead of parroting things that you don't understand since the author of that book is a Christian even if he doesn't fit your definition of a Christian, he believes in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, the resurrection and the fulfillment of Phoenician myths into reality through Jesus Christ as an living embodiment of the various Ugaritic-Canaanite-Phoenician deities into one unified archetype, not tied to the Old Testament's "God" that's not the same God that Jesus spoke about. It's the author's case for a Phoenician Jesus and he admits to not being a historian or archaeologist or a theologian, but nevertheless it is very much dismissed by academia and many mainstream Christian cults (obscure Christian cults are just called "occult" regardless of whether or not they practice any level of covert operations and rituals that the members themselves don't know of) falsely without understanding all of the points the author makes in its entirely. I don't believe in angels and demons, but the author does. My understanding of reality is not the same as the books that I put on here. El isn't Saturn, Jesus wasn't serving Saturn, but he was a "Pagan" in as much as claiming that he's not of the Abrahamic tradition. I make no such claims as that you insinuate. If anything, the real claim the author makes is that Christianity is Judaized early on among the apostles, falsifying various key historical facts about Jesus. Regardless, I, and many others, know that the theology of Christianity is centered around the concept of Logos which John has borrowed that Platonic concept from Philo of Alexandria. Paul's Tripartite being concept is a secularized form of Plato's Tripartite Soul concept. Marcion in my opinion is right to be suspicious about parts of the New Testament making Jesus look like a Jew, though that isn't to say that I think that he's right on everything else which to make that leap is unjustified to say the least. You can speak against the book all you like but it won't suddenly remove the PDF from here which is what you might do if you were the Board Owner trying to have an exclusively Christian circlejerk. Telling people that it's wrong will only get more rational people to know for themselves what the book actually says while the fools take your invalid cherrypicking argumentation as the truth.


Anonymous 01/20/2019 (Sun) 23:22:29 [Preview] No.3272 del
>>3261
Seems like I've already posted the same PDF of "The Heart of Plotinus". The file size is different and I don't know which version is "better" although the recent version is straight from Amazon and removed of the DRM crap and turned into PDF. Oh well, I'm just using this place as an super emergency last resort backup.


Anonymous 01/21/2019 (Mon) 04:29:11 [Preview] No.3273 del
>>3272
is there a primer or pre-curriculum to neoplatonism that you could recommend? diving in head first seems like a daunting task


Anonymous 01/21/2019 (Mon) 06:34:44 [Preview] No.3275 del
>>3274
much appreciated, ive tried to watch and understand almost all of Ken's work but there are some linchpins im having trouble working through. thank you


Anonymous 01/21/2019 (Mon) 08:26:25 [Preview] No.3276 del
>>3275
In that playlist by Dark Wizard (not me) there's two videos that aren't by Kenneth Wheeler that you should see: https://youtube.com/watch?v=XKAxaIHAdfA[/youtube] &40;there's a slight Theosophic bent as well as LSD promotion to it but generally this is still fairly accurate except his misunderstanding of retroduction/abduction&41; [youtube]4dLUECpe710 [Embed] (Same author of The Unknown God PDF)

If you don't care as much about Neoplatonism, just watch Kenneth Brown's videos that I've mentioned in >>3256 >>3264 although like Eric (the guy trying to explain perennial philosophy), he too doesn't really get Metaphysical Monism, and to some level conflates knowledge with wisdom, thinks the power from knowledge is also strength when real strength is from wisdom that is above epistemological frameworks yet give rise to episteme. Without wisdom, the knowledge is weak, but with wisdom, knowledge is exponentially powerful, for wisdom can difsern what's true from what's false without using induction nor deduction. The ineffable essence of the One is only arrived through negation of what it is not. Ken Wheeler has properly translated every instance of "aoristos dyad" in Plotinus' Enneads as to what it really means, I've already posted it >>2395 If you can't come to understand the aoristos dyad, you also won't understand the core truth behind Neoplatonism, as well as Platoism, Pythagoreanism, Advaita Vedanta, Original Buddhism, the Vedantists, even Egyptian Monism. It's easier to say, understand Panpsychism/psyche tou pantos/"world soul" than it is to understand the Nous and the "aoristos dyad". https://youtube.com/watch?v=ISZ59c2UzZ4[/youtube] [youtube]B7B_RmZQp5Q [Embed] but even that is utter nonsense to hard dualists.


Anonymous 01/21/2019 (Mon) 08:29:39 [Preview] No.3277 del
>>3276
oh damn it, just copy the video ID and paste after youtu.be/ I'm not going to relink these


Anonymous 01/22/2019 (Tue) 21:43:09 [Preview] No.3279 del
>>3276
meant to say >>2393 not >>2395


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