El Dragón Ciego (The Blind Dragon)

The dangers of Meta-European Idealism

Author: Anand Madhu
Pages: 111
Language: English
Publication date: 01/02/2016
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The social psychology of Hitler's Europe and its enemies, in the 1930s and 1940s
This book explains the 'unexplainable' militaristic aggression of Hitler's Europe in the 1930s and 1940s. It dives down to reveal its root causes, though never losing sight of the big picture. By empirically studying the circumstances that led to the Spanish Civil War and World War 2, this book shows how the sub-verbal, psychophysical (and ultimately, militaristic) idealism as found in Europe and elsewhere in this world (it seems to be a peculiarity of “lycotypal” humans such as myself) – can build itself up, coming to resemble a mighty dragon. And, when under the stewardship of the ancient lords of the world (the Powers who controlled Hitler even as most Germans didn't know), who install the enigmatic “fire demon” types into the dragon’s brain – it becomes a blind, fire-breathing dragon (for the fire within takes out, first of all, the eyesight of the dragon). It agitates the great wyrm so much that it destroys its own friends, giving rise to the phenomenon known as “ouroboros (from Greek οὐροβόρος ὄφις, or tail-devouring snake) an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail”.

But soon the Dragon regains its sight, also gaining in nobility. However it may be too late by then! The arrows of dragon slaying, hurled by the ancient lords of the world, would already be flying towards their target… This book empirically studies the behavior of these lords of the world, as well as that of the Dragon, to inform men about how it may all go kaput, and phase out the 'choice' of war.
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