Saturday, 30 April 2016

Tuesday, 26 April 2016


Well first of all a happy birthday to Woden's Folk, who reached their 18th year of activism on April 23rd (Sigurd's Day). They had one of their largest ever folk-moots with comrades from across the UK and Europe attending.

I was at the moot and the camp and I noticed something during the rituals - a synchronism - in that the Rad rune constantly manifested in various ways. I have been thinking about the rune and the surfacing of the rune in various discussions, ideas and even the name of one Polish kinsman there has led me to have a look at the different meanings and aspects of the rune.


I briefly spoke during the rite-thing (a small chat at the end of the rituals) to discuss the Rad rune. One meaning of the word Rad is in the form of the Radical. Rad means roots and Radical means to go back to your roots. This is why any movement which seeks to maintain their origins are labelled radical by today's liberal degressives

So here are some of the various root meanings of the Rad rune. Most centre around the roots R-T and R-D.

The Rad rune is often the rune of journey and travel - this gives us the word Road and Route. This gives the suggestion of a path to take, but for me this rune seems to be the centre of something which Radiates outwards- like the spokes of a wheel, which is Rad in German, as in the Sonnenrad - something which Rotates. The rune looks like a radio signal coming from a tower? The name Raido certainly sounds the same.

As the rune Rit it represents law. This is the root of Rite and Ritual. Rit is the mirror of Tir, a name of Tyr who is god of the World Pillar and upholds cosmic law. The Rit-Tir is connected to the Ritter or Rider thus we reconnect to the path. Rit is also to write - and we find that the word Rat means to scratch or scrap, which is how the runes would have once been carved. Rat comes from the Proto-Indo European root Red, which is the colour the runes were carved in, in either blood or perhaps the red from the berries of the Rowan tree. Rowan comes from the word rune. Roth is the German word for Red and is the mirror of Thor, the Red bearded Asa.

This idea of writing gives us Rede, which is to give counsel. The Anglo-Saxon term was ræd from were we get 'to read'. This cognate with the Dutch raad "advice, counsel," German Rat "advice, counsel," Old Norse rað "advice, consideration, remedy, power; marriage."

The Rit is the Rider or Ritter. He is from the Männerbund who leads the Raid. 

Last (..but certainly not least) we have Rot. This is to decay, but is rooted once again in 'to redden' - maybe from the idea that some rotting woods like pine turn a very dark red as they decay.  


These are just a few ideas - and I'll certainly expand on the ideas centred on this rune in the future.

Thursday, 21 April 2016


Songs of the Reich, the latest in excellent publications from our Kameraden down-under at Hermitage Helm is now available!  Please follow the link for details.


Wednesday, 20 April 2016



20th April

Special publication regarding the organization of celebrations for the Führer’s Birthday

Published by the Reichsführer-SS / SS Main Office

I am a German. I believe in my folk. I believe in its honor. I believe in its future. I believe in its right and I stand up for this right. I stand up for its freedom and hence for a better peace than the peace of misfortune and hatred of the past. I believe this. I affirm this in the name of my folk before the whole world.

The Führer on March 22, 1935 in Breslau


For the fourth time the Führer experiences his birthday in war. More than usual, our thoughts turn to him on this April 20, 1943 with love and admiration, loyalty and gratitude, determined battle-readiness and self-evident obedience. Although we cannot honor him with exuberant joy, our wishes for him and his difficult path nonetheless come from the deepest heart and unshakeable trust. His image and the greatness of his life stand before us unchanged.

When after a four year long struggle against a world full of enemies night and distress feel upon our folk, the Führer hoisted his flag, that through him and his movement became the symbol of rebirth and new German greatness. Like a titan from the sagas he stood against collapse and treason, against all dangers and resistance and enemies without number. His struggle, his idea and the strength of his faith created out of the collapse of 1918 the resurrection of the nation. Out of party feuds and division he led the folk toward unity and freedom and won its right. Through him it won back its folk honour, its mighty armed forces and the proud will for life. He broke and chains of Versailles and St. Germain. What for centuries had been the highest yearning and the proud dream of the best Germans, he accomplished it: the Reich as the common homeland for all people of German blood and German language. He filled 80 million people with the will and the strength of the German mission in the heart of the European continent. If he was once the nameless soldier in our nation’s struggle for existence, he became – proclaiming and fighting – its awakener, creator and shaper of its future. Centuries after us with link his name with the greatest German epoch of destiny and admiringly bow before his genius in reverence; for his whole life war a single service for folk and Reich.

But now, when he is again the first soldier of the Reich and at the same time its field commander - securing the future and the existence of the German people against every threat - we stand behind him with brave hearts, knowing that through him victory must come to us. He gives us the example of an sacrificing, heroic life. His example is constant call and entreatment to us. His will should hence be our will and his faith our faith.

The simple celebrations we wish to hold on his birthday will be renewed affirmation of loyalty and msot sacred oath of loyalty:

"Führer command – we follow!"



Diversity. In all its colour! :¬)














Tuesday, 19 April 2016

A few days back whilst surfing a Russian NS website I noticed they were selling Andres Breivik t-shirts. It saddens (and annoys) me that many on the right still see this Freemason as a 'hero'. Zionist Freemasonry and National Socialism are idealogical opposites! I had planned to write a bit about it, but thought it would be too off topic for this blog. However our good friends over at Renegade Tribute have just published an article with certainly covers the same views I would have posted, so please click the image below to head over there to read it. The image was of the patch he was wearing - notice the anti-NS imagery.




Saturday, 16 April 2016

The idea of taxation was alien to the Germanic volk. Only after the conversion (..corruption) of the European royalty to christianity did taxation become part of European culture. An old English word for tax was levy which comes from Levi. This was the name of the biblical tax collector.- clearly 'tax' is rooted in Semitism! The christian name for Levi was Matthew, which came from the Hebrew Mattityahu meaning 'Gift of Yahweh'.   I believe that 'taxation' is a form of semitic worship which dates back to Aaron when he  created a golden bull (Israel) by confiscating the gold from the Israeli tribe - the gold becoming the Gift for Yahweh. Tax is a payment on top of a payment for goods or a service. It is in addition to the charge, and doesn't go to the seller but to a third party- namely the government. Our ancestors would have only paid a fee - this being rooted in runic law.

The word Fee comes from the runic name Feoh, the first letter of the Futhark (German name being Fehu). Generally it means cattle or cow, which would have been the measure of wealth at one time. The Proto-Indo European root was *peku which gave the Nordic countries their word for cow - Ku.

Wulf Ingessunu points out in his books that the phrase 'Fee Fi Fo Fum' (from the fairy story Jack and the Beanstalk) is a runic chant based on the Feoh rune. We know that the phrase was used by William Shakespeare  in his play King Lear. The first two syllables of the chant, Fee-F may be connected to the Anglo-French word Fief which again 'to charge a price' hence it is a fee.

Regarding the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk (just to digress a little here!) this is a very old tale. It occurred to me recently that Jack steals two items from the Ogre - a goose or chicken that lays golden eggs and a lyre/harp. Both these are symbols from the Summer Triangle - Deneb is the  goose/chicken and  and Vega which is found in the constellation of Lyra. Altair, which is the last star in the triangle is in the constellation of the Eagle (Aquilea) and Altair means the Eagle, but in Eastern starlore the star represents the cow-herder (Jack?).



Saturday, 9 April 2016

I've spoken about the Tiw-Tyr rune and my belief that this rune represents the Sacred Mountain before. In my own view the rune is symbolic of the mountain  and the path or ascent to the top. The Sacred Mountain is represented in many Aryan cultures and myths - mount Kailash, mount Meru, the Ben Mor Assynt peaks etc. The Mountain itself is also symbolic of Thule.

The god Tyr, also called Tiw or Ziu is a far older god than those of the Aesir. Tyr is nowadays seen as a son of Odin, but he is far older, hailing from a distant past and later incorporated into Odinist religion.

He compares to the Greek god Zeus as Ziu = Zeus, himself a thunder god who resides on mount Olympus. There is a medieval rune binding called Ziu which symbolises a lightning bolt coming from the mountain top.

Tyr is often translated as 'God', but the English Tiw translates as 'two' and this corresponds with the German word Zwei and the German name for Tyr - Ziu.

Tyr's symbol is the World Pillar - which is the Irminsul, but also the Sacred Mountain. I've come to the conclusion that there are three symbols which all have overlapping, yet different and separate meanings - the Irminsul, the Sacred mountain and the Yggdrasil.

If Tiw means two, then what does this mean? It could be possible that he represented 'twin mountains' or 'twin pillars'. Sacred mountains like Ben Mor Assynt have twin peaks. Legends say that the Aesir gods descended to Midgard via this mountain, that this mountain is the place where the Rainbow Bridge reaches the Earth. Assynt is also spelt A Saint, a name which we associate with christianity, but may have a far older and heathen origin?   There are many ancient carvings of Twin World Pillars and mountains, as pictured below.



These pillars are said to represent the pillars of Hercules, with the sacred mountain Olympus rising from them.


From the Sagas, we know that Tyr sacrificed one hand to the wolf Fenris. This myth may be connected to a shift in the Earth's axis, a cycle which occurs every 40,000 years. This would have moved the ice caps and also caused mass flooding and the sinking of Thule. We know that the landmass called Doggerland sank due to a huge flood. Archaeologist's are still finding objects under the North Sea which indicate this area may have been well populated. The area would have linked what is now England with continental Europe, thus we can see how Germanic and Proto Germanic folk could have migrated to Britain long before the so-called Anglo-Saxon invasions.

If we remove one of the arms from the Tyr rune - we see that the rune becomes the Lagu rune - the rune of water (Lagu means lake, and is the root of the word lagoon). The Lagu/Laguz rune is the Great Flood. 

The weight of the ice which covered Europe during the Ice-Age caused northern Europe to 'sink'. Now it is known that the land mass of Scandinavia is in fact rising, the process  called Post-glacial rebound. Every year the Nordic countries raise several inches when measured against sea levels. Thule is literally rising again!