03 août 2005

Bibliography Joscelyn Godwin

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Phosphoros a dit…

A nu se uita colaborarea sa fructoasa la "revista" radical-traditionalista "TYR: Myth-Culture-Tradition" (aparuta momentan in trei numere, fiecare corespunzand cate unui an), revista coordonata de Michael Moynihan si Joshua Buckley. Aceasta publicatie se mai poate lauda cu contributiile -antume sau postume- ale unor nume precum Alaine de Benoist, Michael O'Meara, Julius Evola, Stephen Edred Flowers, Christian Rätsch si multi altii.