Responding to Questions in Comments, from Twitter, Proton Mail (working again) • Updates/New Titles: Literature/Recommended Reading Page (books, essays, source documents, etc.), Catalog of Posts Written & Sacred Destabilization Series • August 28, 2022



Twitter:

From Comments, I was asked for my Twitter handle: cyber_variant


Literature Page:

This blog has a Recommended Reading Page, the link is here:

Recommended Reading

Today into tonight I am adding 200+ new titles. They will be uploaded first, then categorized within a few days.

Also, the desktop version of this page (did) show inline embedded files of the book for download (that is, displayed the entire contents of the book in a display case, if you will). On the mobile view version of this page it has always just shown a thick bold red line of the title. I am underway with altering all the titles to the thick bold red lines, for it makes the page load much more expediently.

To download the title, by clicking the line item, the PDF will be downloaded to the device you are using.

As far as the catalog of titles, I own physical and/or digital copies of all of these titles. Titles that I have paid for.

Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) I am lawfully allowed to make copies available to the public. Resale of the copies is a violation of the DMCA.

If any links are broken, please feel free to contact me and I can restore the media to the link. I can be reached at: e@calculusofdecay.com.

On Twitter I received a few messages in the past few days asking me to add the authors of the titles to the line item. This is a fair request and I will do this soon as well. Also, I was asked to add a small description of each book, this too is a great idea. Within the next few weeks I can work on this. I have this week off from work and I enjoy this blogging community and the subject matter therefore I believe this is a good idea.


Question on Posts by Eric( me):

This was asked in comments, by email and also a few Twitter people. I am putting a page together with a collection of strictly my posts.

Years ago when using WordPress to build and manage small websites for clients, it was relatively easy to segregate posts from the owner of the blog apart from reblogged/pingbacked/RSS feed items/etc into distinct columns on the homepage of the blog. WordPress has made some changes which – for instance – simply activating a “premium plugin” breaks the blog apart from the WordPress framework (the community) and it is bizarre.

One may notice, I have paid for the domain and WordPress services (the main reasons I did this was to have advertising removed- and to have storage space to upload files beyond the 6or8GB the free service allows for). Right now, I am keeping the theme as is and keeping part of the WordPress framework blogging community. Reblogging interesting stuff is my favorite part of this thing.


Sacred Destabilization Series:

Five posts were made and a sixth, an interlude. There are 22 additional parts coming. Possibly more. It’s a massive thing. The books/documents/etc I have uploaded thus far and others to come in the Recommended Reading Page were used as source material. Alongside nearly 400 web sources. Many people that gravitate towards the “conspiratorial inquiry” of this blog know much of the history (ie Bolshevik Revolution, Weimar Republic, “Weapons of Mass Destruction”, occult influences on the methods and rituals of the elite – ideological, philosophical, business and academic influence, etc) – the who/what/when/where of history is there nonetheless my objective is and always has been to understand the why and how. Parts that are coming focus on aforementioned necessary historical background, moreover, on what is happening right now and most importantly: my job is to present evidence of where this thing is going.

And I’ve gotten hold of a shit ton of evidence, of proof – beyond speculative posturing – proof. Therefore, informative pieces are coming in parts Eight thru Ten. Part Seven will be one last historical overview. The parts thus far:


One Last Item: Posts to Showcase Bloggers:

This is an idea I was given by a blogger who commented that as opposed to reblogging as often – to showcase blogs/their posts/etc as a post of my own is a good idea. I completely agree and will begin to do this beginning this week. I am going to reach out to bloggers and to those that wish to participate I will gather posts (chosen by the blogger, if they prefer), short bio (if they would like), etc ..it is a good way to build up the community. Yes. I know, the internet is a vastness of the infinite and what is the point? The point is that it is enjoyable. Simple!

In the meantime, I refer you good readers to:

Tactical Hermit:

This man has a great blog and he is a good friend I have been fortunate to have met thru this platform. He authors alot of content, including this fiction which is a great read:

How to Secure Your Water Supply for Emergencies | The Tactical Hermit

Additional survival tricks

Comment by tonytran2015: In Victoria (Australia) you have to pay Local Government for rain water collected into your own tanks. The Government said that the laws were made to force people into using government supplied piped water.

https://hcsblogdotorg.wordpress.com/2022/07/17/how-to-secure-your-water-supply-for-emergencies/

How to Secure Your Water Supply for Emergencies

With things swirling around the toilet bowl at a faster pace than ever in the World it always surprises me how much people would rather BITCH AND MOAN than PREPARE and WORK!

Seriously folks, we are being given a golden opportunity here to READY ourselves…TAKE IT and GET TO WORK because when the hammer drops excuses will count for shit…

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DAMNATIO MEMORIAE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY? • Identity Dixie • Tactical Hermit (Guest Writer)

Guest: Tactical Hermit

Source: https://identitydixie.com/2020/04/30/damnatio-memorae-for-the-21st-century/

Damnatio Memoriae is the latin phrase meaning “condemnation of memory,” in the sense of a judgment that a person must not be remembered. It was a form of dishonor that could be passed by the Roman Senate upon traitors or others who brought discredit to the Roman State. The intent was to erase someone from history, a task somewhat easier in ancient times, when documentation was much sparser.

Georgia’s former disgraced governor, Nathan Deal, removed Confederate Memorial Day and Robert E. Lee’s birthday from the state calendar. This, of course, followed in the wake of the decision to remove the Confederate Battle Standard from the South Carolina Statehouse. As this “political bandwagon” has gained steam over the years, every weak-minded and spineless politician, regardless if they are from the South or not, has been more than eager to jump on and demonize all things Southern and Confederate in an attempt to strike them from American history forever.

Erasing history that certain controlling elements of a nation finds offensive, stubborn, or worse yet, “politically incorrect,” is nothing new. In fact, it has been practiced for thousand of years. Xerxes, a Persian ruler from the 5th century B.C., is said to have threatened the Spartan King Leonidas with, “Erasing Sparta from the very histories…” if they did not submit and take their place as yet another proxy Persian slave state. Many early cultures had some form or another of this practice, but, of course, it was the heavyweight champion of tyranny and political corruption, the Romans, who perfected it. The only reason that we know what little we do today about Roman misdeeds are the remains of certain records of high-profile Roman citizenry of whom Damnatio Memoriae was decreed.

It is interesting to note that when we look at the description of what specific actions were taken when Damnatio Memoriae was imposed over 1,500 years ago on an “unwanted” individual, it eerily fits what is occurring today to America’s Southern and Confederate leaders:

Striking the individual’s name from all official record books;
Seizing all possessions;
Striking anything with their likeness or picture (statues, murals, paintings); and
Their will nullified and their grave defaced.
Moving into the 20th century, it would be the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin who would show the world that not only could anyone who crossed him disappear from this world and history, but their entire families could as well. Sadly, historians can only guess at the number of people that were relegated to this despicable fate. The current estimate stands at around 11 million, but with a death toll reaching upwards of 62 million for the total number of people killed in the Second World War and through multiple Soviet purges, expulsions, and forced sentences to labor camps (gulags). These figures are hard to even comprehend.

One of the greatest examples of Stalin’s “erasing of existence” was Nikolai Yezkov, Head of the NKVD, or the Soviet Secret Police. After the Great Purge and in 1938, Yezkov fell out of favor with Stalin’s inner circle and was suspected of being a traitor. After being tortured for four days and nights, Yezkov finally admitted to being a traitor (big surprise there) and he was purged from history. Historians would later give him the nickname “The Vanishing Commissar.”

Regardless of your feelings on the South or the Confederacy, history shows us very plainly that this practice of “eliminating history,” and the people in it, has nothing to do with “morality” or “justice,” as most who support this practice claim. As a nation, we cannot pick and choose what periods, or people, of history we will remember and which ones we will not. It doesn’t work that way.

Did America have some painful periods in our history? Yeah, we did. And, I can tell you as a military historian, the Civil War period is rife with injustices, and not just regarding chattel slavery either. Look at the war crimes committed against Southern civilians (both black and white) by Sherman or the entirety of the “Reconstruction” period; a nasty piece of history indeed, but I don’t see General Sherman being erased anytime soon from the histories. In fact, I see him being glorified as a “great leader.” The historian Victor Davis Hanson even included Sherman in his book The Savior Generals: How 5 Great Commanders Saved Wars that were Lost, from Ancient Greece to Iraq. Ask any true Southerner, one who knows their history, and they’ll tell you about how their relatives suffered through “Reconstruction” and I can guarantee “great leader” and “savior” will not be the adjectives used to describe Sherman!

AUTHOR: IDENTITY DIXIE GUEST: O I’m a good old rebel, now that’s just what I am. For this “fair land of freedom” I do not care at all. I’m glad I fit against it, I only wish we’d won, And I don’t want no pardon for anything I done.

-By The Tactical Hermit

Please visit The Tactical Hermit.

Tactical Hermit: The Essence of Guerilla Warfare is MINDSET

The Tactical Hermit

Charlie didn’t get much USO.

He was dug in too deep or moving too fast.

His ideal of good R&R was some cold rice and a little rat meat.

He had only two ways home: Death or Victory.

In the above passage, “Charlie” is the Vietcong

but you could just as easily apply this to the Taliban as well…

If you want to survive the coming shit storm

you are gong to have to re-calibrate your mindset to that of a GUERILLA FIGHTER.

Minimalist should be the top word in your vocabulary.

Learn to do MORE with LESS.

Study Up on ATTRITION WARFARE.

Take the SCOUT COURSE from Brushbeater.

Read THESE BOOKS about Small Unit Tactics and Guerilla Fighting.

Prepare Accordingly.

Time is Short.

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