Monday, 21 August 2017

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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Hail Rudra's Wolf

26 April 1894 - 17 August 1987

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Kinsmen, I'm going to briefly expand on a theme that I've covered several times on the blog - and that is on the importance of the plough as an Aryan symbol. 

The Plough is a sign which is itself connected to the Swastika - perhaps it is the root of the symbol, as we will later see. The rune which we associate with the plough is the Armanen Ar rune - which is Ger to the Anglo-Saxons and Jera/Yera to the German folk. We find numerous words connected to farming and agriculture that are rooted in the Ar rune, such as acre, arable etc. The very first ploughs used by the ancient Indo-European folk were called Ards - again, the name is rooted to Ar. The Proto-National Socialist and Back-to-the-land movement, the Artaman chose the name for their movement, which was a combine word from Art and Man (Men of the Land). Indeed - I've often wondered if the title 'German' has a similar meaning. We can certainly see a runic element to the word - 'Ger' and 'Man'. This would be the same as Artaman or Armanen - as Ger means the same as Ar.

Farming is what has really separated us from the other races. It was the Aryans (Ar-yan) who invented both farming and the plough. (Though it must be pointed out here that ancient farming was nothing like the modern farming of today, modern farming practises are often cruel and damaging to the environment. Really, we want to adopt an approach to farming which has ecological based methods. We need to follow the pattern laid down by Richard Darré. His Erbhof design protected farmers from the international banker and helped them introduce sustainable practises. 

I believe that there may be a cognition between the root Ar and the root Er. If we look at the word acre, we see it is very close to the name of the Saxon field goddess Erce. Tolkien was no doubt aware of this as he used the name 'Arda' to represent the earth - a name clearly based of the Germanic goddess Erda, but using the Ar root.

The Scandinavian word for plough was Arþr - which in English became Arthur. The English christians adopted the name and used it to refer to the Plough constellation - Arthur's Wain, thus replacing the old English pagan name - Woden's Wain. And as we already know, as the constellation rotates around the North sky it forms a Swastika. The swastika is a symbol of Thunor (Thor) which again links back to Ar-Thur or Ar-Thor. As a god of the farmer, Thor is married to Sif, who represents the corn field.

I'm going to go a little of subject here and talk about Sif. In the saga's we find a tale about Sif who loses all her hair, which was cut off by Loki. I believe there is a lesson here on GMO crops and messing with nature in the name of profit. Sif's golden hair represents the golden wheat growing in the fields. The story tells that Loki flirted with Sif but she rejected him. So whilst she slept, Loki cut of all Sif's hair. Of course when Thor found out he attacked Loki, who survived only because he promises to replace the hair with magical gold which would grow just like her original hair. The dwarves fashion a head piece for Sif and Loki's expense - but she is always reminded that the gold wig she wore was vastly inferior to the original. We mess with nature at our own expense.

Thursday, 10 August 2017

What does it mean to 'worship' the gods? More often than not the idea of 'worshipping' conjures the images of kneeing before a god - very much in the christian sense of master and slave. I personally see the gods and goddesses a archetypal aspects of nature - nature being the divine and the essence of life being the manifest of Wr.Alda. *  These manifestations are the gods and goddesses, hence this is why we see certain myths and legends repeat over and over again throughout time. Time is cyclic. We also have stories and saga's of gods who are born, and others who die, thus even the gods abide the ultimate laws of nature.  

So what does it really mean to 'worship' the gods? If we have a look at the Germanic origins of the word 'worship' we see a different meaning to the one which is applied today.The Old English word was worðscip, wurðscip in Anglian, and weorðscipe in West Saxon. This is rooted in the word weorð which meant worthy. Thus to worship the gods meant to be worthy of them, to live a worthy life. Alien is this notion of humbleness and charity to the European! A worthy life is one to strive for! 

*...and of course this is why National Socialism is ultimately a spiritual path not a political one as National Socialism is a Worldview which has at its very core the idea of Natural Hierarchy. Ours is a Natural World Order and is in direct opposition to the New World Order.