Dagobert's Revenge

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Dagobert's Revenge
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Existence 1996-2004
Type magazine
Purpose Esotericism
Location United States
  Editor   Tracy R. Twyman

Dagobert's Revenge was a magazine, existing between 1996 and 2004, associated with Tracy R. Twyman and Boyd Rice. Largely esoteric in nature, the magazine's main theme was a Ghibelline ultramonarchism, New Age spirituality and themes along the lines of Julius Evola's Radical Traditionalism. Towards this end it also covered freemasonry, the Knights Templar, the Holy Grail, the Priory of Sion, occultism, controversial science, "conspiracy theories" and some of the dubious concepts of the Merovingian bloodlines.

Some of the more eccentric-masonic initiated ideas featured in the magazine were highly dubious, particularly its masonic-inspired anti-Christian position regarding the Knights Templars and Cathars (similar to The DaVinci Code and Holy Blood and the Holy Grail), though it had some reactionary anti-democratic value to a degree for its ultramonarchism.


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