Memory Dump #2
Weekly Digest for April 14th, Year 7531
Hey friends, welcome to the weekly memory dump. To my Orthodox friends, I hope you’ve had a blessed Holy Week as we prepare for Pascha.
In this week’s installment of the memory dump, a Hitler conspiracy you may or may not know about, direct links to shadowbanned documentaries, access to hundreds of PDF books on philosophy, politics, culture, theology, history and more!
Just a quick personal/content update before we jump into the list - I have not had a chance to put out new podcasts or upload content to YouTube in the past couple weeks due to just being very busy with work, gym, church services and running my e-commerce business. I have a few guests lined up for future episodes, I just have fell behind a little on doing weekly episodes, part of the reason I’m doing these memory dumps now. Anyway, here’s the list.
1. Paintings by Mikhailovich Pryanishnikov
I found these while browsing through my massive 19gb library of classical paintings, which I will soon be sharing publicly, albeit very slowly, through a twitter bot that will post one painting every couple hours. I thought they were fitting considering as we near Holy Pascha. Pryanishnikov was a 19th century painter who was a founder of the Peredvizhniki collective, a group of Russian realist painters who protested academic restrictions on art. He also helped adorn the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow.