Black Sun (Goodrick-Clarke book)

Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity is a book by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke. It examines neo-Nazism as a new religious movement.

It was published by New York University Press in 2002 (ISBN 0-8147-3124-4) and reissued in paperback (ISBN 0-8147-3155-4).

Contents

Introduction

  1. American Neo-Nazism
  2. The British Nazi Underground
  3. Julius Evola and the Kali Yuga
  4. Imperium and the New Atlantis
  5. Savitri Devi and the Hitler Avatar
  6. The Nazi Mysteries
  7. Wilhelm Landig and the Esoteric SS
  8. Nazi UFOs, Antarctica and Aldebaran
  9. Miguel Serrano and Esoteric Hitlerism
  10. White Noise and black metal
  11. Nazi Satanism and the New Aeon
  12. Christian Identity and Creativity
  13. Nordic Racial Paganism
  14. Conspiracy Beliefs and the New World Order
  15. Conclusion: The Politics of Identity

Notes, Acknowledgments, Index, About the Author

See also

External links

  • Black Sun at google books.
  • Review
  • Article by Goodrick-Clarke
  • Reviewed by John J. Reily
  • Reviewed by the SPLC


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