A REVOLUTIONARY MUST BECOME A COLD KILLING MACHINE MOTIVATED BY PURE HATE

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Various religious cults, thinly veiled fronts of certain experimental intelligence operations utilizing the population of the organization as its experimental lab rats, would be at the coming event. In the organization the lines between the swelling mystical current within the post-nuclear populace and methods of maintaining organizational cohesiveness on a psychological, sociological and physical level were always blurred. If the tendency existed, it would be co-opted by the organization. Many tendencies of course were crushed, however in the latter doomsday scenario in which they found themselves operating, the leadership of the organization had learned that it behooved them to play certain chords. The majority of the tendencies most in vogue were fabricated by intelligence itself. In the old days, a shadow state like the organization would have been termed religious extremists or most loathsome in their methodology of governance, however, the thrust and sheer scope of the cult programs within the organization were unlike anything the world had ever seen except perhaps as vague intimations of the future during the darkest days of yore.

SOURCE: Excerpted from IRON GATES by Tempel ov Blood, published by Martinet Press 2014 (ISBN-10:  0692306587, ISBN-13: 978-0692306581) IRON GATES is a sci-fi horror / post-apocalyptic novel, detailing a bleak view of the spiritual horrors of the world-to-come. Set seventy years after a worldwide nuclear conflagration, IRON GATES allows the reader a sight into a nightmarish landscape populated by even more nightmarish characters in a hideous future which leaves little to the imagination. Brutal and unsparing, it is not suitable for readers under 18. Readers should be advised of extreme graphic content.

Graphic from a punitive session at the Black Lodge Discipline Center.

OMNIS VESTRI SUBSTRUCTIO ES SERVUS AD NOBIS

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Day 1:

Hammer Strength Plate Loaded Supine Bench Press:

One set of twenty repetitions followed by nine sets of ten repetitions, continually adding more plates beginning at sixth set.

Incline Dumbbell Press:

One set of thirty repetitions followed by six sets of ten repetitions, utilizing higher poundage dumbells on each set climaxing with submaximal weight on last three sets.

Pectoral Flye Machine:

One warm-up set of twenty repetitions followed by six working sets of ten repetitions per.

Cable Crossover:

Seven sets of ten repetitions each.

Day 2:

Tricep Pushdowns:

One set of twenty repetitions followed by nine sets of ten repetitions.

Cable Bent-over Tricep Extension with rope attachment (one arm isolation):

Four sets of twenty repetitions (ten per arm, per set.)

Cable Bent-over Tricep Extension with rope attachment:

Seven sets of ten repetitions, utilizing higher poundage each set.

Barbell Lying Triceps Extension “Skullcrushers”:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Seated Dip machine:

Ten sets of as many repetitions possible, utilizing higher poundage each set.

Triceps Dips:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Day 3:

Dumbbell Curls or Dumbbell Hammer Curls:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Barbell Curls:

Ten sets of twelve repetitions.

Following should be added on alternating weeks:

Cable Curls:

Ten sets of ten repetitions (adding more poundage each set.)

Additional chest training incorporated twice per month:

Barbell Bench Press:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Machine Bench Press:

Heaviest weight possible for as many sets and reps possible.

Day 4:

Decline Lat Pulldowns (plate-loaded):

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Cable Rows:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Straight-arm Pulldowns:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Two-handle Lat Pulldowns:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Pull-ups:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Seated Rows:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Day 5:

Shoulder Press Machine:

One set of twenty repetitions (warm-up) followed by ten working sets of ten repetitions each.

Barbell Military Press:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Reverse Overhead Deltoid Raise:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Front Deltoid Raise:

Four sets of twenty repetitions.

Seated Smith Machine Military Press:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.