The 2018 (revised) edition is available
through Amazon Books: here.
Preface to the 2018 edition
Day of Wrath is the companion of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour, where I collect the essays of other authors for readers who want to save the white race from extinction.
Under the covers of this book I include six Spanish-English translations from chapters of my volumes Hojas Susurrantes and ¿Me Ayudarás? [see the bottom of this page] plus a fantastic blog essay that gave the title to this book. The following is a brief recapitulation of the seven texts that appear here.
I wrote “Dies Irae” at the end of 2012 as a blog entry for The West’s Darkest Hour. Since it refers to the 14 words, to contextualize this concept it is advisable to become familiar with the viewpoint of white nationalists in The Fair Race.
The rest of the book is not composed of blog entries.
Hojas Susurrantes consists of approximately 256,000 words. It is the first volume of my philosophical autobiography. In 2006 I wrote the text reproduced here, “Unfalsifiability in Psychiatry”: a fraction of the second chapter of Hojas. In that essay, I try to show that the profession called psychiatry does not meet the scientific requirement to distinguish it from pseudo-sciences.
I finished the fourth section of Hojas in 2008. In the present translation, I interpolate brackets in italics, and also explaining passages, for those who have not read my volumes in their original language. The texts “The Trauma Model,” “The Feathered Serpent” and “Psychohistory” are taken from this fourth section of Hojas. In these chapters I lay the foundations of the trauma model: the paradigm opposed to the pseudoscientific medical model of mental disorders taught in the psychiatry departments. The aim of the trauma model is to demonstrate that abusive parents have driven their children mad throughout prehistory and recorded history.
¿Me Ayudarás? is the second volume of my autobiography. “God” is a translated section from its first chapter and “Dying in a Louis XVI-style bedroom” is taken from the very introduction. Like the other chapters, it has been adapted for this English translation. This last text is a portrait of my soul that connects with the first essay, “Dies Irae,” day of wrath in Latin.
9 August 2018