Category: Books

Warwick the Kingmaker, by Charles Oman

Of all the great men of action who since the Conquest have guided the course of English policy, it is probable that none is less known to the reader of history than Richard Neville Earl of Warwick and Salisbury. The only man of anything approaching his eminence who has been treated with an equal neglect is Thomas Cromwell, and of late years the great minister of Henry the Eighth is beginning to receive some of the attention that is his due.

History of Freemasonry, Albert Gallatin Mackey, Vol II, The Prussian Knight, 21st Degree

Albert Gallatin Mackey was a 33rd Degree Freemason who served as Grand Lecturer and Grand Secretary of The Grand Lodge of South Carolina, as well as Secretary General of the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States.
As a Christian, the original obligation of Masonry coming out of Britain, Mackey was very concerned how Masonry had been undermined by a cult transfixed on Noah and a system they claimed was set forth for Mankind,  to which all must submit if they are to enter this world to come.

Mark Collet, The Fall of Western Man

Western civilisation being on the brink of collapse and Western man rapidly heading toward being a minority in his own homelands. One only needs to look at demographic data or view news reports to see how the racial and cultural make-up of the West has dramatically changed over the last few decades.

Tragedy and Hope, Carroll Quigley

The expression “contemporary history” is probably self-contradictory, because what is contemporary is not history, and what is history is not contemporary. Sensible historians usually refrain from writing accounts of very recent events because they realise that the source materials for such events, especially the indispensable official documents, are not available and that, even with the documentation which is available, it is very difficult for anyone to obtain the necessary perspective on the events of one’s own mature life.