All my links are back, I managed to pay the subscription for 3 more months. Download Black Metal discographies again and help the site stay alive :)
Antaeus Full Discography
True Black Metal for True Followers. Not for depressive girls.
Bloodhammer Full Discography!
Perverted Finnish Black Metal
Musta Kappeli Full Discography!
Finnish Raw Black Metal by Molestor Kadotus \m/ (Anal Blasphemy)
35 new books up! As promised about the middle ages :) Learn about religion, crime, marriage, politics, philosophy, everyday life, nutrition, exercise, sorcery, science, warfare, and many more for back then ! I always wish I lived at these times, like many more in here I believe ! The other choice I’d get would be listening to KISS back in 70’s!
I just launched a new blog, containing books from my personal downloaded collection. Why books need to be free is obvious. The first ones I put there have to do with Drug Synthesis/Manufacture/Smuggling, Laboratory Operation, Botany & Chemistry. Next ones to follow are Historical Middle Ages books! Come up with any suggestions of what you’d like to see! The site still looks crap, it’s been one hour it’s on, but already 40 diamonds waiting for you there :)
Watain Full Discography!
Including Opus Diaboli(DVD) in HD & HD Rips of all Booklets.
Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult Full Discography!
Raw Black Metal from Germany.
Once and for all the right symbols . Notice the last symbol …. the inverted cross is a true satanic symbol no matter what those stupid christians or LaVeyan “satanists” try to say .
Thanks my friend. The first time I saw a 15-yo procaiming the opposite I felt an itch in my heart. Thanks for your efforts.
"Death in the Pot", A Treatise on the Adulterations of Food (1820) - Front cover
Friedrich Christian Accum, 1769-1838.
A treatise on adulterations of food, and culinary poisons : exhibiting the fraudulent sophistications of bread, beer, wine, spirituous liquors, tea, coffee, cream, confectionery, vinegar, mustard, pepper, cheese, olive oil, pickles, and other articles employed in domestic economy ; and methods of detecting them.
The cover of A treatise on adulterations of food is as gory as Accum’s impression of the food industry: the book was soon known as “Death in the pot,” after the biblical quotation printed across the top under a skull and crossbones