An explanation of the book and its contents: 

A full explanation of the banning of the book as part of the censorship campaign by Silicon Valley, the SPLC, the ADL, the media, and other leftist organizations:

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Set the World on Fire is now available in print on Amazon. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BOOK HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN THREE VOLUMES, as the book exceeds the printer’s page limit.

Volume I, which includes Chapters 1 through 5, can be purchased here.
Volume II, which includes Chapters 6 through 10, can be purchased here.
Volume III, which includes Chapters 11 through 13, can be purchased here.

Graphic Table of Contents:

Set the World on Fire
Augustus Sol Invictus
[12 August 2018]
 I. Sword of Fire
(February 2013 – August 2014)
Men and women of the Earth, to you am I come from the Ages beyond the Ages,
from the Space beyond your vision; and I bring you these words.
– Liber Porta Lucis
II. The Gathering Storm
(August 2014 – May 2015)
“O Fortune, like the moon you are changeable, ever waxing and waning; hateful life first oppresses and then soothes as fancy takes it; poverty and power, it melts them like ice. Fate – monstrous and empty, you whirling wheel, you are malevolent, well-being is vain and always fades to nothing, shadowed and veiled you plague me, too; now through the game I bring my bare back to your villainy. Fate is against me, in health, in virtue, driven on and weighted down, always enslaved. So at this hour, without delay, pluck the vibrating strings; since Fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me.”
– Carl Orff, Carmina Burana, “O Fortuna”
III. United States Senate
(May – September 2015)
“Set the world on fire.”
– Marilyn Manson, “1996”
IV. Undying Infamy
(September 2015 – February 2016)
“So they shall cry fool, liar, sot, traducer, betrayer.
Thou art not glad thou meddled with magick?”
– The Book of Babalon
V. Northwest Imperative
(February – March 2016)
 “It was [his] conviction that no Communist on earth should be left alive.”
– George Robert Elford, Devil’s Guard
VI. Combat Training
(March – May 2016)
“And he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.”
– Luke 22:36
VII. Revolutionary Speech
(May 2016)
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”
– Letter of Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith (13 November 1787)
VIII. The Üntermenschen Revolt
(May – August 2016)
The principle of popular election is a fatal folly; its results are visible in every so-called democracy. The elected man is always the mediocrity; he is the safe man, the sound man, the man who displeases the majority less than any other; and therefore never the genius, the man of progress and illumination.
– Aleister Crowley, Liber CXCIV
IX. All Hell
(August – October 2016)
“Pain or damage don’t end the world. Or despair, or fucking beatings.
The world ends when you’re dead. Until then, you’ve got more punishment in store.
Stand it like a man – and give some back.”
– Ellis Albert Swearengen of Deadwood
X. A Normal Life
(October 2016 – February 2017)
“Because I want to fit in.”
– Patrick Bateman to Evelyn Richards
XI. War Flags
(February to May 2017)
“And many a one who came along as a destroyer and as a hailstorm to all orchards, merely wanted to put his foot into the jaws of the rabble and so to stop its throat.”
– Thus Spoke Zarathustra, “On the Rabble”
XII. Unite the Right
(May – August 2017)
 “We must indeed all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.”
– Benjamin Franklin at the signing of the Declaration of Independence
XIII. Nuclear Fallout
(August – December 2017)
“Fear not, o prophet, when these words are said, thou shalt not be sorry. Thou art emphatically my chosen; and blessed are the eyes that thou shalt look upon with gladness. But I will hide thee in a mask of sorrow: they that see thee shall fear thou art fallen: but I lift thee up.”
– The Book of the Law