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Bronze Age Mindset

By: Bronze Age Pervert
Narrated by: Adam Smith
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Summary

The Atlantic named this author as possibly Steve Bannon's contact in the White House (Rosie Gray, The Atlantic, Feb 10, 2017: "'Think you should speak directly to my WH cutout/cell leader,' Yarvin said in an email. 'I've never met him and don't know his identity, we just DM on Twitter. He's said to be ‘very close’ to Bannon.... Goal is to intimidate Congress with pure masculine show of youth, energy. Trump is said to know, will coordinate with powerful EOs...."); and a recent Vox article (Tara Isabella Burton, Vox, June 1, 2018) claimed he is the "text" to Jordan Peterson's "subtext" and a "distilled" form of Peterson. Distilled means purer: yes, so why not listen and understand the purer version? T. I. Burton also adds in this article that this author, Bronze Age Pervert, is a kind of priest-king to thousands on Twitter and outside and is possibly leading a spiritual reawakening.  

Some say that this work, found in a safe-box in the port area of Kowloon, was dictated because Bronze Age Pervert refuses to learn what he calls "the low and plebeian art of writing". It isn't known how this work was transcribed. The contents are pure dynamite. 

He explains that you live in ant farm. That you are observed by the lords of lies, ritually probed. Ancient man had something you have lost: confidence in his instincts and strength, knowledge in his blood. BAP shows how the Bronze Age mind-set can set you free from this iron prison and help you embark on the path of power.  

He talks about life, biology, hormones. He gives many examples from history, both ancient and modern. He shows the secrets of the detrimental robots, how they hide and fabricate. He helps you escape gynocracy and ascend to fresh mountain air.  

Praise be to the Pervert. Praise be to his teaching of peace. Be careful.

©2018 Bronze Age Pervert (P)2018 Bronze Age Pervert
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Visionary masterpiece

I read this originally in hard copy, and enjoyed it so much that I immediately downloaded the audio version as soon as it was released. BAP’s vivid revelations are dense & captivating such that I’m compelled to return to it over & over. Sometimes I’ll chug some glycine & listen to this as I fall asleep. It’s the modern equivalent of positioning yourself on that high chair at the oracle of Delphi.

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Vital Male Essences Restored

It should become mandatory for all men to read this, even if wasted on the soft bodies and minds of the bugman, the beta male and the obese elite.

True beating hearted men can now listen to the message they have long yearned to hear and rejoice in the knowledge they are not abandoned in their lives. Wrongly believing themselves to be lone ancient warriors reborn in a decayed future, wading through swamps of future men of lesser rapport.

It will, like spring, bud the flowers of life into the tired sleeping giants of Rhodes who have been too long in their comas, blind and deaf to our suffocated world.

The more who absorb these spiritual words will regain their consciousness and desire to strive for beauty and strength needed to mould our world to our wills.

Honour to the fighters.

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  • 04-07-21

simplistic trash

Homophobic, antisemitic and backward thinking. Hyperbolic and enflamatory for scandal sake. Could not recommend. Very little to offer.

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Highly recommend

This book has impacted my life in an overwhelmingly positive way. I wasn't sure what to expect at first, especially with the broken English and weird anecdotes in the introductory chapters. However, while listening to the second section, I was completely overwhelmed by the philosophy of youthfulness taught in this book. Only now do I understand what I have been missing for so long, and what is meaningful to pursue.

Thank you, truly

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Essential reading for real men

The new bible. Politically incorrect, truthful, eye opening, motivating. Thoroughly enjoyed. Will be sure to re-listen every year.

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Rubbish. rambling. nonsensical. no flow. no theory

All over the place. this is just rambling at its worst. I could not follow this book. there is no logicality or reason. it's like the sentences are picked at random then jumbled.

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Pure

Maddening, like listening to a coked up outcast.
Well worth a listen.
Do it.

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Waste of time.

complete waste of time, just a monologue of a 14 year olds half baked ideology

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Truly great

A must read for all men of good character of today.
Adam smith did a superb job orating this book.

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Amazing

loved it, would recommend to any of my friends or male family members. 5 stars

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  • 20-11-18

Mandatory Reading For All Men

Every man should read this book. It is as entertaining as it is enlightening. Your testosterone levels will spike. I found myself Deadlifting my SUV in my driveway after finishing this masterpiece.

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  • 01-06-19

Psychotic garbage

Due to being a libertarian anarchist for over a decade and extensive psychedelic use I am about as open minded a person as you will find. Peace, love, kindness, and freedom are my values. This book is basically a guide on how to be a bloodthirsty psychopath. It thinks freedom means rape, theft, and murder. It thinks the highest and noblest of callings is to be a viking raider exerting your will on others. If plunder is freedom then I'm a communist dictator. The people the author venerates are the most vile of humans. Betrayers, killers and thieves. I for one am glad the bronze age mind set is dead.

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  • Gospodin82
  • 19-12-18

thought provoking

the narrator is obviously an enthusiastic young amateur that was recruited out of necessity due to the controversial nature of the book. It is not a bad first effort. But wow does he read at a clip. I adjusted the speed to 0.85 and it was fine. Also his pronunciation in certain instances was off and it triggered my tism...I will assume that this is because he is an autodidact. however I should not complain. I am just glad that such a book made it on to audible.

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  • Adam
  • 18-03-19

the return of the male

A madman to be disavowed publicly and honored privately. if your core is not stirred then go back to your couch in your semi larval form and watch your regularly scheduled program.

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  • Martin Andraszek
  • 05-09-19

Simplistic

I’m all about alternate viewpoints. This book does nothing but fantasize about “great” men in ancient history and mock current man for not behaving as did the ancients.

Meh...

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  • Travis Mitchell
  • 27-02-19

compelling

all in all a great read, it took a little while to get to what can be applied in our modern society and I wish he cited sources on a couple of his claims since they could be useful for debate but these are minor complaints. very compelling case for those new to these kinds of ideas and a unique and useful perspective for those who more or less have been already following a Similar path. changed my mind about a few things I was approaching wrong.

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  • Altername
  • 05-10-19

Deeply weird

Deeply weird book, certainly full of isms of various kinds. Intentionally poorly written, full of strange conspiracy theories and pseudoscience, and pseudohistory pseudogeography, and vague racist allusions. It is difficult to tell how sincere the author is. Certainly, it would have been unpublishable before the Internet.

The theme is about how great and beautiful people are held down by the mediocre bugmen, where “bugmen” means city dwellers and farmers and civilized people.

And the great and beautiful are those who do not toil but take and master.

He regards modern civilization as the process of elite domestication of their population. A process that hollows out the souls of once-great peoples and eventually the elites themselves. By his lights, Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations were able to maintain some of the noble qualities of precivilized life by handling the soul-rotting job of maintaining civilization to slaves, who in this way sacrificed their nobility for the preservation of their master’s.

This is where his racism swerves quite far from the common form. For he has great admiration for mongols and great distain for the city-dwelling Chinese. Far more admiration for the plains Indians than the white settler who (with the soft jaw and crooked teeth of one weaned on grain) fenced the land but did not master it, destroyed the steppe but had long since discarded its lessons.

Pinker et al would call this naive romanticism, but we do have some evidence that the savage life is superior. Benjamin Franklin once observed that “No European who has tasted savage life can afterwards bear to live in our societies.”

If that was true then how confident can we be that our modern life is so much better? We have caged Franklin’s “savages” in reservations, we have fenced the land they roamed. There is no longer a “savage” alternative. If there were one are we so sure video games and television and Big Macs would invert Franklin’s statement. I do not know. But I think we should retain more uncertainty than Pinker on the matter.

This book’s author would certainly claim Franklin’s statement an eternal truth.

He has a very poor take on Darwinism. And a deeply old fashioned take on aesthetics, where “beauty” is a sort of platonic form that is trying to reify itself in man (seemingly chiefly white man) sometimes through Darwinistic forces but, more often, through some ineffable mechanism beyond it.

Anyway, I am meandering. Overall, this book is bad. Certainly racist. Certainly “ist” in all sorts of ways. Having read the above paragraph I imagine you are not surprised that it is full of antisemitism, too. But it does provoke thoughts in the way this sort of “Rorschach philosophy” is apt to do. However, not much more than reading the output of a Markov model would.

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  • delegado
  • 23-11-18

Wonderful in audio form.

Great job Adam and BAP. Adam was the perfect choice to narrate this work. A wonderful listen.

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  • Francisco Rodríguez Daniel
  • 04-09-19

Good cover illustration

Keep the sun stuff. The lifting. The rest... hahaha. Nietzsche must be taken only in small portions to vivify, not to the point of utter intoxication.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-04-19

Toxic masculinity

this greatest book in the last 100 years FROGS MUST BUY, adam Smith sounds maybe like bap

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