Sunday, 28 December 2014

Morning Concecrations 

Siegfried Adolf Kummer

Most holy Fuotan, All-Father,
Thou, who art eternally threefold in, around, and above me,
I consecrate my Self, my Life, anew in true Love to Thee; 
free me, cleanse me from everything base and impure,    
let Divine Love, Wisdom and Will flow through my Self,    
so that I may lessen my Garma;    
because my heart, my blood calls out to the Sun, Arahari,      
to Thee!

Guard me against evil, dark powers and racial guilt,    
give me Love, joy in being, happiness and patience. 
Through Thy Divine Triad my heart glows,   
over Arising-Being-Passing away I stream sunward.   
For Thy mercy eternal thanks; 

I have reached understanding through whispering Runes.  
I strive heroically nearer to Thee,  
therefore forgive even me!     
Sig-Tyr, Sig-Tyr, Sig-Tyr!

Thursday, 25 December 2014


Aryan Sun, shine down on the land...

'Avatar'  by Dresden

Hail the Sol Invictus!

Today is the first day of the new Solar year. That is to say that today is the first day of the growing strength of the sun, from this day until the summer solstice the length of day (light) increases.

The christians took this sacred day and declared it the day jesus was born - despite the evidence from christianity itself that jesus was probably born around easter.

Every pagan religion of the ancient world, every Aryan culture will have a sun deity born on this day.

Horus, Mithra, Attis, Osiris, Krishna, Zoroaster and many more sun gods born on the first day of light!  

Christianity absorbed paganism into their own belief system, in order to suppress the masses and control them. They knew that they would never be able to convert the folk to a new religion, so they corrupted our pagan believes and presented them back to use - not in the forests of our gods, or under the heaven of stars - but in the cold stone church of jesus. Today we see a new light shine from the holy Sun - may this light cast away the shadows so that we may see the world in all its natural glory!

May the Light of the Sun be our salvation on Earth!


I am one with Wotan

 I am one with Wotan


I am one with Wotan, none can injure me!
The world turns aside to make room for me.
I come O blazing light, the shadows must flee!
Hail, O ye oceans, divide up and part
Or parched up and scorched up,
be dried up, Depart!

I am one with Wotan, none can injure me!
Beware, O ye mountains, stand not in my way.
Your ribs will be shattered and tattered today!
Friends and counsellors pray waste not your breath!
Take up my orders, devour up your death!

I am one with Wotan, none can injure me!
I ride on the tempest, astride on the gale.
My gun is the lightening, my shots never fail!
I chase as a Huntsman, I eat as I seize.
The trees and the mountains, the land and the seas!

I am one with Wotan, none can injure me!
I hitch to my chariot the Fates and the Gods.
In the voice of thunder, proclaim it abroad!
Hail O ye winds, blow bugles,
Blow free!!

Jost Turner - NSKindred



Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Frau Holle

You will have no doubt read some articles regarding the 'liminal' - but what does this mean? The Liminal is the transition - the change from this year to the next, from the dark to the light; and as the wheel of the year turns (from where we get the term Yule) - and there is a particular goddess who rules over this period - Frau Holle. 

Recently I found an interesting picture of Frau Holle, which actually describes her as the Goddess of the Liminal.  She is a goddess of change and transition and often depicted at a window or door.


She is credited with bringing the winter snow and many believe she gave her name to Holland.

We know Frau Holle by many names -  Frau Holda, Huld and Mother Hulda and she is also known to lead the Wild Hunt, which rides over the northern sky during this time of year - as a female companion to Woden, hence her other titles being  Frau Guaden [Wodan], Frau Goden and Frau Frekke. She is sometimes seen as an Earth goddess with the Holly tree being her sacred tree.

The Solstice means Sol (sun) Sistere (to stand still) which refers to the 3 days between the shortest day (21st) and the start of the new Solar year on the 25th (hence the Sun god is born of this day). For three days the length of daylight doesn't change. These three days are ruled over by Frau Holle and is when the Wild Hunt passes over head!



Monday, 22 December 2014


Wagner for children. I'll upload the second half over the next few days onto this post.

Enjoy.

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Frohe Sonnenwende



Happy Sunstead
Frohe Sonnenwende!

For Peace and Courage.
Blood and Soil
Light and Salvation!
Hail the Reborn Sun!




Tuesday, 16 December 2014



The Yule Rites -  from Woden's Folk website here

(This article has been reposted here with kind permission from WF). I think that all my readers interested in the Germanic pagan origins of Yule will find the article a worthwhile read!

The rites for Yuletide are of extreme importance to us as a Folk; the Germanic peoples held this particular time of year to be especially sacred to them. This was because it was a time when the Powers of Light triumph over the Powers of Darkness, as the Sun is reborn at the Mothers’ Night or Winter Sun-Wend. The importance of this period of the Germanic year was never lost to us, which is why the Judaeo-Christians had to replace it with their own most important festival – Christmas. Even our own Yule-Father (Woden) was retained as “Father Christmas” or “Santa Clause” (the latter from the Dutch “Sinta Klaas”). 

Today, this important time of the year has been totally distorted; what they could not destroy before they have managed to make into a complete mockery! The “Christmas” period now starts at the end of August when cheap-skate rubbish is poured into the shops – year after year – ready for the “celebration” of this period of the year. Festivities are still held, but they are a mockery of the true religious festivals of this time of the year. Ritual drinking and merriment has given way to parties and drinking sprees; the essence is the same, but the form is a total mockery of a former important religious festival.

"Christmas", of course, is merely one of the regular “rip-off” times when the money-boys rake in millions from the inert sheep-like masses. Easter, Halloween and Firework Night are some of the other times of the year when great profit is made from foolish people who should have better things to spend their money on. 

The idea behind our Wodenic Yule-Tide is to replace this wanton commercialism with a true religious festival; this is not just a “one-day” thing (Winter Solstice as some “pagans” seem to feel enough) but a full month of religious rites, centred round a set form. People with young children need not feel that they need to drop “Christmas Day” either, for this should be incorporated into the festival, but in a form suited to our Religious Faith. There is a real reason for this, since the term Sunstead (Germanic) or Solstice (Latin) actually means – “to stand still”. This is simply because the Sun appears to stand still on the horizon at this particular time of the year (and the Summer Sunstead too). This tells us a little about the true meaning of the Sunstead, for the original day would have been nearer to December 22nd, which would have been the time the Sun “stands still”; this would last for three days taking us up to December 25th when the Sun would be reborn as harbinger of the New Year. So there really is no need to drop the “Christmas Day”, which can now be turned into Yule-Day and celebrated as the rebirth of the Sun. 

THE YULE-RITES –Firstly you will need to get hold of a Sacred Wheel which is a 6-spoked wheel that will be used not only as a Yule-Wheel but also for ritual use throughout the year. This can be bought new from a heathen supplier (which is rather expensive) or bought second-hand as an old fashioned wooded wheel with metal rim (this is cheaper and is far better since it has an “older” feel about it. This wheel would have a diameter of about 2 ft. and have six spokes. It should be stained dark brown and can (if you wish) be decorated with runes. With the old wooden wheel you will need to ensure that it sits on a flat surface. Into the hub of the Sacred Wheel you should place a young forked twig about 2’6” tall; this has no branches and should be either smoothed off or left with the bark on. The whole thing symbolizes the Tree of Life, but the usual ‘Christmas Tree’ (Yule Tree) can still be used as well. 

Red ribbons will be used to hang a Yule-Wreath from the forked twig; this is placed around half way up the twig. The wreath can be made by using a wooden hoop, bound with small pine twigs or fir twigs. Four red candles should be fastened safely to the Yule-Wreath. The reason will be made clearer later.

You will celebrate this festival by starting on Woden’s Day which is December 6th and was co-opted by the Christians as “St. Nickolas’ Day” (“Old Nick” being Nikor or Nikuda, names of Woden). On this day Woden saddles his White Horse; he was known as “Ruprecht” (Hruodpercht = The Shining One with Glory – i.e. “Rupert” in English). On this day the Woden Rite is done, preferably with the whole family. 
The Candle Rite – 

- Four candles are put on the Yule-Tree (as stated before); the first candle is lit on the first Sunday of December, two candles on the second Sunday, three on the third, and finally the four red candles are lit together on the Winter Sunstead (December 21st – 22nd). This symbolizes the Winter Sunwend Fires (which should still be lit outdoors if possible), and also the Sun in the Underworld. 

-  At the same time, four different candles are place around the base of the Yule Wheel; all four candles are lit on the first Sunday in December, decreasing to three on the second, two the third, and one on the Winter Sunwend. This symbolizes the Waning Sun or Dying Sun, and when the one candle is lit this should be done for the three days (with the other four candles) over until the Yule-Day. 

- This last of the four waning lights should be placed inside the Julleuchter (Yule-Lighter), and kept on for the three days until Yule-Day. On the Yule-Day Eve the candle on the top of the Yule-Lighter should be lit to symbolize the Reborn Sun. (Since the Sun is actually ‘reborn’ on December 25th this would be done on December 24th.)

- The Sun in the Underworld (awaiting rebirth as the Son of the Sun) is symbolized by the Fylfot-Swastika (*), and thus it is also relevant to use a Fylfot candle-holder, either made oneself or bought from a heathen supplier. This can be used instead of the four red candles since it will have four candle-holders. 

The Yule-Tales – each one of the following tales should be told to the children every Yule-Sunday throughout December; these should be done with the lighting of the candles. You should explain the meaning to the children and the family - 

1st Yule Sunday - “Little Red Riding Hood”.

The child with the Red Cap (The Sun) goes into the dark wood to visit the old mother (Earth Mother) and is swallowed up by a Wolf (taken into the Underworld). The young hunter (Sun-Hero) slays the Wolf and brings her freedom; with it the rebirth of the year. 

2nd Yule Sunday - “Snow White”.The princely child goes into the deep wood, reaches the Kingdom of the Dwarfs (Mother Earth) but is ‘slain’ by the bad step-mother. She sleeps on a mountain in a Glass Coffin (Ice Winter) and is freed and brought home by a young hero (Sun-Hero).  

3rd Yule Sunday - “Maiden Marlene”.The princess with the Golden Hair (The Sun-Goddess) is imprisoned in a tower (death of the Sun). The world becomes barren & empty. The Prince (Sun-Hero) tries to free her but is thwarted by the bad bride (the bad one), until the time is right and he recognises the right bride and brings her home. 

4th Yule Sunday - “Sleeping Beauty”.The Princess (Sun-Goddess) reaches the tower of the Spinning Old Woman (the bad one), she falls into a deep sleep, the world becomes barren & empty until the young Prince (Sun-Hero) comes and freely walks through the rose hedges because the time was ripe (Winter Sun-Stead). He awakens the Sleeping Princess with a kiss, the world awakes and radiates in New Light. Yuletide Songs can also be used over the Yuletide - these should be re-heathenised ones that are devoid of Christian ideas. Many of the so-called “Christmas Carols” such as “The Holly & the Ivy” are obviously derived from Nature-Worship & Sun-Worship.

The Yule-Baking –Yule baking should be – 

1. Large Cake, 
2. Gingerbread & Almond Biscuits, 
3. Shaped Biscuits.

The large Yule Cake should be served up with a candle in the middle. Old recipes should be used and where possible ingredients should not be made up of the cheap consumer society goods. 

Gingerbread cakes & biscuits, made with honey & syrup, should be cut in heart-, star-, or wheel-shapes. Almond cakes should be made in these preferred shapes:-

The cockerel - announcer of the day time.
The boar - The Yule Boar.
The rider - Woden on his horse.
The Hunter - Woden.
The Spinner - Friga/Frau Holle.
The Tree of Life.
The human couple. 

In addition hand-formed biscuits can be made into runic shapes; this can be done by rolling the dough into long thick “spaghetti”. The Swastika & Sun-Wheel and the Horseshoe can also be used. These hand-formed almond biscuits should be used to decorate the Yule-Wreath, and should hang upon the Yule-Tree. The modern cheap plastic decorations should never be used on the Sacred Wheel nor the Yule Tree.  

The Yule-Tree –When you do your Mothers’ Day Rite you should place a special Yule-Tree on the site of the rites; obviously this should be a small tree suited to being moved easily. This should be the usual evergreen “Christmas Tree”. It should be brought home after the rites and placed in the centre of the Yule-Wheel (or it can be placed separately if you wish). It should be decorated with Yule-Lights. These should preferably be candles, but for reasons of safety you could use modern lights (you can get solar lights now which are more moveable and use no electricity). You can also decorate the tree with the following –

- Red apples, symbolic of forthcoming life, and also the Red Sun.

- Golden and Silver painted nuts or fir-cones.

- Home-baked shaped biscuits.

- Wooden Yule-wheels or fylfot-swastikas representing the Sun again.The Yule-Tree is symbolic of Iggdrasil or the Irminsul – the World Tree. It represents the Sacred Centre. The lights symbolize the stars and shining cosmos, as the Sunstead-Fires shine through the forests of the Ur-Lands of the North.  

The Yule-Day –Ideally, the Yule-Day itself should be celebrated in the evening and not in the morning which is usual today. This is a feast of the Newborn Light and the Renewal of Life. It commemorates the birth of the Son (The Son of the Sun), and of thanks to the Mother who gives birth to the Son of the Sun. It also symbolises the growth of the Folk. This is usually a close family affair, but can be adapted for use with a group. 

Yule Meal – Traditionally this was carp, goose, boar or hare; the Yule-Boar was a favourite, and is sacred as a Saxon English symbol – the White Boar of the Saxons. 

The father should make a short speech before the meal.

The Presents – these should be a surprise and be made especially by the giver.

The Yule-Lighter – The father lights the Yule-Candle on the Yule-Lighter from whence the Yule-Tree candles will get their light. On the Yule-Tree should be 13 (twelve months plus the 13 renewing) or 27 (each month with 9 days) candles. Three candles are placed close together and lit before the whole family, whilst the father says –

“The Light shall burn for our Ancestors who are here with us tonight. This Light shall burn for our Dead Heroes from past conflicts, and this Light shall burn for our Germanic Brothers all over the world, who all celebrate Yuletide with us tonight.”

You can sing “O Tannenbaum” using a translation if this can be found; or again an adaptation can be used. The “Labour Movement” adapted this for their own use, so it is appropriate to take it back from them. The presents are then opened, and tales should be told during the evening, around the fire or candle-light. 

The Yule-Lighter (Julleuchter) –This is a clay piece of workmanship that can be bought easily for around 30 – 40 pounds; it has room for a candle within, and one set on top. The one within symbolises the dying Sun, whilst the top one symbolises the reborn Sun. It is usually decorated with a six-spoked rune (Haegl-Rune) and hearts (symbolising the Mother of Earth). This should burn throughout the Twelve Nights of Yule. Originally, these Twelve Nights would have been from December 25th through to January 6th, the latter being Frigg’s Day. Adopting our idea of lighting the Yule-Lighter on the Yule Day Eve would fit with this idea. But you could use two symbols, one using the Mothers’ Night to New Year’s Eve, and the other from Yule-Day to Frigg’s Day. Or use either one, whichever way suits you. There is room for experiment here. 

“Everything goes, everything returns,
Eternally rolls the wheel of life,
Everything dies, everything blooms again.
Eternally rolls the wheel of life.
Everything breaks, everything is mended,
Eternally builds the house of life.
Everyone parts, everyone meets again,
Eternally the cycle of life stays true.” 

- Friedrich Nietzsche.

Here we have great scope for some real celebrations and old-fashioned merriment; the days for festivities being –

- The Mothers’ Night
- Yule-Eve
- Yule-Day
- New Year’s Eve
- New Year’s Day
- Frigg’s Day

These can be adapted for your own use, and rituals could (or perhaps should) be performed on each occasion with the Mead-Horn being used for a Symbel with each ritual. Social merriment has always been a part of our tradition, but first we need to reinstate the religious rites that go with the celebrations. Each occasion should be a religious festival and not just an excuse to get blind drunk. Drink and make merry after each rite, and feast too which was a part of our Heathen Tradition. But above all make this a time of celebration of the Reborn Sun and the Reborn Light.



This is your Sacred Wheel and can be used at Easter, Midsummer, and every other important festival of the year. For example, at Easter, the Yule-Wreath will be replaced by a Sunwheel made of hazel or willow twigs, using the catkins for effect at this particular time of the year. This will hang down from the top, but flat against the forked twig.

(*) This seems to be the secret of the Merseburg Charm where the foal of Pol (Balder) is ‘lamed’, hinting at the bent ends of the Fylfot (‘Foal’s Foot’). This represents Pol (the Sun-God) in the Underworld.


Monday, 15 December 2014

An excellent article on the Horns of Gallehus by Wulf of Woden's Folk here.

 This subject has been detailed before in the various publications produced by WF. Himmler was deeply interested in these horns and the astrological and runic symbols found on the horn. At Wewelsburg numerous recreations of ritual drinking horns were made, as seen in these pictures -




Thursday, 11 December 2014

Runic tree decorations

Wonderful Yule-Tree runic decorations!

These glass runic tree decorations were produced in Germany and sold by the WHW - a charity which helped poorer German families. They also helped re-paganised 'christmas'!


and they seem to be the inspiration for these pictures too!







Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Adolf Hitler once said 'The Brothers Grimm, Richard Wagner and Father Christmas' had done more to preserve Germanic culture than anyone else - how right he was! We've already seen how St Nick was the christianised version of Woden. In the Nordic lands 'Father Christmas' also inherited some other attributes from our pagan history - that of the Thunder God!


One traditional symbol of Yule in the Nordic lands is the Julbocken or Yule Goat. This Yule Goat is nowadays made of Straw and symbolise the thunder god's two goats Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr. Even our modern Santa has a sleigh pulled by reindeer that have the names Donner and Blitzen - German for Thunder and Lightning!


 straw Julbocken


it is also easy to see how the Yule Goat and Krampus imagery overlap.






The Julleuchter as a symbol of the Aryan Sacred Mountain

The Julleuchter as a symbol of the Aryan Sacred Mountain



The Julleuchter (Yule Candlestick) is largely unknown outside of Germanic volkisch circles. This earthen ware candle holder is also called the Turmleuchter - the tower candlestick.

This candlestick - sometimes called a Yule Lantern, has its roots in ancient Aryan history, where we find its origins as a symbol for the Sacred Mountain, a feature of many ancient Aryan myths,such as Mount Meru and Knit Mountain. In the Wodenist branch of our Germanic faith we find that the Sacred Mountain is Ben More Assynt - the mountain which it is said that the Aesir gods used to descend to the Earth.  Below we find an image from Ario-Hindu lore depicting Mt Meru, which resembles the shape of the more modern Julleuchter. A full article of the importance of the Myth of the Sacred Mountain will follow in the new year.



The Julleuchter has a hole on the top for a candle (the Summit candle) but a small tea light candle can also be burnt inside the Julleuchter which would illuminate the runes and symbols hollowed out of the sides. The most common symbols are the hearth and Hagall rune. The Hagall rune is a most important rune in connection with the Julleuchter  as we find in some of the Hindu-Aryan languages the word Hagal (Hayal-Hail) is connected with the concept of descending to the top of a mountain



Heinrich Himmler gave the SS Julleuchter as a presentation piece for SS soldiers to celebrate the winter solstice. These were made at the SS Allach factories - as can be seen in the photo above.

The Julleuchter's more common design is based on artefacts found during an archaeological dig around Hedeby and is attributed to the Frisians who once settled there. Herman Wirth, former head of the Ahnenerbe believed  the Julleuchter was the 'eternal burning lamps of Fasta' as described in the Oera Linda.




The Julleuchter from the book 'Celebrations of the SS Family' by Fritz Weitzel

The Julleuchter from the book

Celebrations of the SS Family by Fritz Weitzel

"We celebrate Yuletide in the evening, not in the morning. Yuletide is the feast of the newborn light and the renewing life. Therefore it is the feast of the commemoration of the birth of the child, of thanks to the mother, of good wishes for the growth of the whole Folk. The reason for our giving presents at Yuletide is to show respect to other members of our Folk for the part they play in its continued existence.

In Germany Yuletide is thus a feast for both the closer and the wider family, tending to exclude outsiders but for which a long lost son or one living far away is always welcome to return. The presents, which are valuable only to the extent that the giver has worked on them, are put under the tree secretly by the father. When everything is ready, the family gathers in the adjoining room for the evening meal. The table should be festive and laid with care. This is the start of the Yuletide celebration. The meal should be substantial, with a main course of carp, goose, boar or hare. These animals have been eaten at the Yuletide meal traditionally and should never be replaced by other food.

Not only the presents but the whole celebration should be full of surprises for all members of the family. The father lights the candle in the Jul-Leuchter, or ‘Jul Earthenware Candlestick’, from which the tree candles in turn get their light. On the tree should be 13 (representing 12 months plus the 13th renewing) or 27 (three lunar weeks each with nine days) candles. Three adjacent candles should remain unlit. He then calls his wife, children and any other family members into the room using a little bell. As they admire the tree he lights the last three candles and says:

This light should burn for our ancestors who are with us tonight. This light should burn for my dead comrades from the War. This light should burn for our millions of German brothers all over the world, who all celebrate Yuletide with us tonight.

After this all should sing the song ‘O Yuletide Tree, How Green Are Your Branches’, without which the Yuletide Celebration is unthinkable, and open the presents. The evening should be quiet and sincere. At the appointed time the family will listen to the Yuletide address of the Deputy Führer, feeling through it a bond that reaches out to encompass the whole Folk of German brothers. During the evening the family photographs should be shown, old family stories told, and the results of research into the family history exchanged. New Year’s Eve and the Jul-Leuchter Yuletide Eve is followed by the Twelve Sacred Days, important feast days for our ancestors during which no one worked. Wotan and his Army of the Dead were said to ride through the air; and Frigga, or Lady Holle, led the Army of the Unborn above the heads of the Folk. We should light the candles on the tree as often as possible during these days. During the night of New Year’s Eve the celebrations reach another pinnacle. The happenings of Yuletide are repeated, and again we say good-bye to the old and look hopefully to the future.

The last evening of the year is a very happy time. The children have bought small fireworks and have their own fun. Mother fetches the spoon for the casting of the lead, which only ever should be used for this purpose. The lead is melted on the spoon and cast into a bowl of cold water. The resulting figures and shapes foretell the future. Greeting cards are sent to distant relatives. Punch fills the house with its aroma, and the evening meal is as grand as the one at Yuletide.

The Jul-Leuchter, presented by Reichsführer-SS Himmler to the SS Man, is the most important symbol used throughout the year to mark celebrations and commemorations. Its cut-out Heart represents hearth and home, and the Hagal Rune peace through victory.


Monday, 8 December 2014

By 1939, the very word “Christmas” has been banned from official use.





In the League of German Maidens, the compulsory youth organization for girls, the religious rights of a mythical Aryan past are re-enacted. The sun-whisk swastika is carried in procession. The loom of fate and destiny of Nordic legend is woven once more. By 1939, the very word “Christmas” has been banned from official use. In children’s books, there are no references to Christ, to angels, or to shepherds. Instead there are emissaries of nature and the power of the sun. Concerted efforts are being made to convert Christmas into a festival of light. In the National Socialist calendar, the summer solstice has become a national holiday. The swastika is revered as the sign of the sun and of creation. Ceremonial fires are lit all over the Reich. In nocturnal rituals, fire incantations are recited by the assembled worshippers of the new Nordic faith.

from the 'Occult History of the Third Reich'.


Sunday, 7 December 2014

Weihnacht - the Sacred Night

The word Weihnacht is often translated into English as Christmas. This isn't a literal translation though, for the true translation would be 'Hallowed Night' or 'Sacred Night' - and doesn't necessarily refer to christmas day - rather a sacred day - the Sonnenwende.

The word Weih is related to the old English Weoh which was a hallowed place like a temple or hof. Weeford in Staffordshire for example was originally called Weohford - the Ford by the Weoh.

In old Norse this word is Ve, one of Odin's brothers.  This is from the Proto-Germanic *wīhą (sacred place or thing), from *wīhaz (holy), from Proto-Indo-European *weyk- (to choose, separate out, set aside as holy, consecrate, sacrifice).



Hohe Nacht der Klaren Sterne


This wonderful song was composed by Hans Baumann - a poet and composer of many National Socialist and Hitler Youth songs. Despite being raised a catholic Baumann cast aside the christian usurpation of Weihnacht to compose this weihnacht song! The song sings of the sacredness of the Mother - a reference to Mothers Night (Mōdraniht) and the National Socialist emphases on the importance of Motherhood - the song also makes references to the Solstice fires.

 Hohe Nacht der klaren Sterne,
Die wie weite Brücken stehn
Über einer tiefen Ferne,
D'rüber unsre Herzen geh'n

Hohe Nacht mit großen Feuern,
Die auf allen Bergen sind,
Heut' muß sich die Erd' erneuern,
Wie ein junggeboren Kind!

Mütter, euch sind alle Feuer,
Alle Sterne aufgestellt;
Mütter, tief in euren Herzen
Schlägt das Herz der weiten Welt!





Saturday, 6 December 2014

The Heart is the symbol of the German Home and Hearth


The Heart is the symbol of the German Home and Hearth.

adapted from the SS Family Celebrations.

Often called a 'hate movement' (sic) because of our faith in National Socialism and the Gods of our forefathers this label couldn't be further from the truth!

National Socialism is the 'love' of what we are, not the hatred for what we are not.

The heart represents the Mother Earth - Erda, who sustains and provides for our Volk.  At this important time of year we give gifts to our family and friends, we honour our gods and ancestors and we give thanks to both the Sun and the Earth for the life they sustain. The Hearth is the central point of the home, the warmth and light of the fire is shared by kith and kin.






Little Yule

Little Yule and Wodan's day

In some translations of SS books on the solstice, there is a miss-translation in regards to the ancient feasts of Wodan. Sometimes dated the 16th of December, whilst others will widely suggest July (probably a miss-translation of Jul meaning Yule) the Germanic celebrations of gift giving were preserved in the Low Countries and continues to today - and this is on the 6th December. SS Obergruppenführer Fritz Weitzel made it clear in his books for SS families that this day belonged to Wodan!

 Across the Germanic Low Countries gifts are given today in what was once called 'Little Yule'. It is of course Saint Nicolas day and much of the traditions and customs centred around St Nick were inherited from the ancient rituals and worship of Wodan (for this article I'm using the Dutch spelling).

You may have seen news stories recently from Holland where protesters complained about 'Black Pete'. The stories of St Nick (Old Nick being a term for Satan as well) originate in the tales of Wodan and the Wild Hunt.

I don't believe the 'Black Pete' refers to an African - it is a christianisation of a character called Krampus - and underworld creature that (nowadays) accompanies St Nicolas, but originally would have been one of the ghoul type creatures who rode upon the Wild Hunt led by Wodan. There is still a strong tradition of dressing up as Krampus in Germany and Scandinavia.



Krampus costumes - and the root of 'Old Nick' borrowed from Saint Nicolas

Christianity is such a thin veil! He rides a white horse over the northern sky and to many millions of children his home is in the North Pole (Thule-Hyperborea). Today, even though his sledge is pulled by Reindeer and he no longer rides his white horse (though the folk customs of the Germanic Low Countries have kept this tradition intact) it is easy to see the figure of Wodan here! 






Friday, 5 December 2014

Zeitgiest part I


With Yuletide and the Solstice on their way, I was reminded of the first part of the film Zeitgiest and how much (..well all) of christianity was taken from earlier pagan religions, with the solstice and the birth of the Sun being the largest act of theft the christians ever committed. 

Over the Yule-holidays I'll produce some articles on how the National Socialists replaced christianity to put the Sonnenwende and the Pagan Germanic religion back in its rightful place.

enjoy the video!