Saturday, 25 November 2017

Ar-Kan Rune Font

If anyone is looking for a runefont to use - there is the Ar-Kan Rune font on the Woden's Folk website, which is free to download and use. The only drawback is that the font is quite small. However the font contains all the 24 common runes, the 33 Anglo Saxon runes, the complete Ar-Kan rune row. It also has the complete Armanen runes, plus many runes used by Wiligut. In addition there are many signs and symbols which complement rune working. The link below takes you to the WF download page, which includes some interesting pdfs, plus a character map for the font. 

The Ancestral rune - Ansuz

There's an 'anarchic' marxist website (called 'Circle Ansuz') that claims to be a pagan site, and uses the Ansuz rune as a substitute for the anarchy (A) symbol. How someone can claim to follow the ancestral indigenous faith of our white European forefathers whilst promoting anti-white anti-pagan leftism at the same time is beyond me! However, after having a good chuckle at the site it did remind me on the role of the Ansuz rune as the rune of our Aryan Ancestry. So lets have a brief look..

As the name implies - Ansuz is the root of the word Ancestor. This refers to our racial ancestors as well as the Divine Ancestor, whom we call Woden, Odin, Wotan or the Allfather. If we look at the rune shape of this 'branch' rune, and compare it to other branch runes we can see the evolution of man to god.
In the above runes, we can easily see how the shape advances one stage each time. Starting with the top rune - Is/Isa -  this is the I, the self or individual. Second is the Laguz rune, a collective - the waters of life or gene pool. Next is the Ansuz rune, the rune of our Ancestors. Fourth is the Anglo-Saxon Ac rune, which is the rune of the Oak. In Anglo-Saxon the Ansuz rune is Aesc which means Ash. These two rune are symbolic of the first humans, who Woden carved from the trees, Ash and Embla*. Finally we reach the Os rune. Os is the divine rune in Saxon runelore. This is the rune of Woden/Odin.

So we can see a journey in these runes  - from ourselves to the divine - bridged by our ancestors. Thus the Ansuz can only be seen as a racial rune, a rune that symbolises our White European heritage. 

* Ash and Emble. These were the names of the first humans. They were carved from the trees and whilst Aesc is easily translated into Ash, Embla is hard to translate. Many view this as Elm, however Wulf Ingessunu has suggested Ash and Embla refers to the Ashes and Embers of a fire, bought back to life Os - which not only means divine god, but divine breathe, so symbolic of blowing life back into a fire.  Ash is feminine which Embla is masculine. In the runes the Ac rune is masculine thus the symbolism still works.  This idea of the first people being carved from the trees is an ancient Aryan one, for example the Persia tale of Meshia and Meshiane.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The symbol of the Ouroboros is one I've never used before. I chatted about this with kinsmen recently, so will take this opportunity to expand on this.

My original thoughts on the sign were that it represents a negative force, after all, the serpent is devouring itself. This has to be a self destructive sign thus one to be avoided? For many the Ouroboros is the same as the Jormungand or World Serpent. We can clearly see why this is! A symbol of World Zionism or International Banking maybe? However the root of Jormungand is in the rune Ior - and this is symbolic of the World Pillar. So maybe the Jormungand is a serpent that encircles the World Tree (the same symbolism thus continued into christianity with the serpent twisted around the apple tree in the garden of Eden). We may also be able to associate the Jormungand with the Aryan Hindu Jambunad which means an 'island' but refers to the surface of the Earth. Another name for this is Jambudvipa, and in the Surya Siddhanta, an astronomical text, this refers to Northern Hemisphere.

Some months ago, I took part in a group rune-meditation. We visualised the Sacred Mountain and in my visions I did see an Ouroboros serpent. Those who know me will know that I do not endorse the Flat Earth theory, my beliefs on this where that is was pushed onto our folk circles as a means to ridicule anyone who questioned the Holocaust, (eg - if you question the 6 million figure you must also think the Earth's flat, etc) however... in these visions the Earth was flat and the Ouroboros was the ice that encircled the Earth, so now I have to question this notion. Our mythology fits a Flat Earth model far better than if using a globe. The Sacred Centre, which is the Holy Mountain of Mount Meru sits in the very centre, which is at the North Pole. The South Pole is the circle of Ice which surrounds the Earth. The Ouroboros was the ice and this is exactly what I saw in the visions. 

Perhaps the Flat Earth is purely symbolic, however I'd certainly equate the symbol of the Ouroboros with the ice that encircles a Flat Earth. 

Sunday, 5 November 2017

Some inspirational words from the Aryan holy book, the Bhagavad Gita. The book is so important that Himmler carried a copy with him everywhere he went. Himmler's copy was translated by the German theosophist, Dr. Franz Hartmann.

Sever the ignorant doubt in your heart with the sword of self-knowledge. Observe your discipline. Arise!

No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.

 Abandon all attachment to the results of action and attain supreme peace

No one should abandon duties because he sees defects in them. Every action, every activity, is surrounded by defects as a fire is surrounded by smoke.

We are kept from our goal, not by obstacles, but by a clear path to a lesser goal.

The embodied soul is eternal in existence, indestructible, and infinite, only the material body is factually perishable, therefore fight O Arjuna.

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Full credit to 'Servant of the Avatar' who along with his kinsmen at Iron March who have prepared these superb pdf files, based on the original Third Reich publications. 

 Kurt  Eggers  was  the  editor  of  the  SS  newspaper  Das  Schwarze  Korps  and  an  SS  war  correspondent.  After  he  was killed on the Russian front in 1943, an SS regiment was named after him: the SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers.In short, Kurt Eggers was a true National Socialist warrior-poet, whose works provide a fascinating look into the soul of the ideal SS warrior.

Anton Holzner (the pseudonym for SS-Sturmbanführer Albert Hartl) was a former Catholic  priest  who  left  the  priesthood  and  the  church  and  became  an  SS  officer! Two of his books, Eternal Front and Master Life, present the non-Christian religious  attitude  often  referred  to  as  "gotgläubig".  His  other  two  books,  Priest Power and God’s Law, reveal the methods of the priesthood. God’s Law provides a fascinating portrayal of the six stages of his evolution: from fun-loving little boy to  rebellious  cloister  school  pupil  to  exemplary  theology  student  to  idealistic  young  priest  to  disillusioned  older  priest  who  leaves  priesthood  and  church  to  National Socialist!

Please support 'Servant of the Avatar' by following his link via my links bar. I also highly recommend downloading the pdf files, before the great clampdown on the internet beings!

"Two weapons are available to each folk in the struggle for existence: Its fighting strength and its natural fertility. Never forget that the fighting strength ALONE cannot secure the folk’s survival into the distant future. The inexhaustible fountain of its fertility is also necessary. The victory of German arms must be followed by the victory of the German child."

— Heinrich Himmler