Lascaux cave art

Lascaux cave art

Thursday, June 22, 2017

'White Sharia'-a Personal View

The latest nutty concept which has gained a foothold in the 'white nationalist' world is that of 'white sharia'! Yes you have read that correctly. The advocates of this concept are trying to push the idea that women, Aryan women that is are in need of 'saving' from themselves and must be forced into a form of subjugation by their men folk and they would have no choice in the matter.

One may ask what on earth has sharia to do with the cultures of the Aryan peoples, given that it is an aspect of islam? Good question and the answer is: nothing! The supporters of the concept claim that even sharia itself is an Aryan concept because the word can be found in Urdu and Persian and because these are Indo-European languages the concept therefore must be Indo-European! This is patent simplistic nonsense as the Urdu and Persian equivalent words are simply a translation of the original term in Arabic! It has been referred to as an Indo-Aryan form of conduct! The reason why sharia was practised by the Persians and Indians is because it was forced upon them by fanatical Islamic Arabs. It is most certainly not an Aryan concept and has nothing whatsoever to do with Aryan conduct, spirituality or religion.

The supporters of 'white sharia' refer to this concept as a 'meme', a term that currently is quite popular within 'white nationalism' along with other ridiculous terms such as 'red pilling' and 'blue pilling' which I have never even heard of before. I am reliably informed that these are fabricated terms that feature in a well known science fiction film from 1999, The Matrix. I cannot comment as I have never seen the film in question. This is however an indication of how low the 'white nationalist' movement has come with its adoption of Hollywood terminology.

It is hoped that this 'meme' will spread within the white world. This is not however a good thing. Disease also spreads in populations and that is not a good thing either! Incredibly many of the supporters of 'white sharia' are also fanatical racialist 'christians'. I have never understood how a racialist can possibly be a christian given that anti-semitism is often a feature of the world view of many 'white nationalists' and christianity was built upon judaism as was islam but I put this down to what I term the Pilgrim Fathers' Complex. http://aryan-myth-and-metahistory.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/usa-israel-and-pilgrim-fathers-complex.html 

'White nationalism' is a concept which originated in the USA. It is a movement with no clear ideology, Weltanschauung or agreed aims and goals. It tends to be dominated by racialist christians and christian identity types who are often very hostile towards people who do not subscribe to their distorted version of christianity. It becomes extremely difficult to find much in the way of common ground with many of them. The emphasis on the term 'white' is clearly American rather than European as we tend to use different terminology to describe or define race over here as there are many peoples who can be termed 'white' but are not Europoid or European in origin, such as semites for instance and this is why I tend to avoid use of this term.

Going back to the subject of this article, I find it incredible that white nationalists who are generally supporters of christianity should use an islamic term to describe and define a concept. They see no apparent contradiction in this and become hostile when it is pointed out to them, using typical playground insults such as 'cuck' (a very fashionable term of abuse at the moment), 'faggot', 'beta', 'autistic' (a new and fashionable insult) 'commie', 'jew' etc, etc. Reasoned argument becomes impossible due to their inflexible minds and entrenched views. Some supporters of 'white sharia' openly suggest that women who do not conform should be given a 'slap'. Women are viewed as little more than brood mares and should be encouraged to breed as early as possible. Some but not all supporters suggest that this should be at the onset of puberty. Photographs of 1950s women wearing head scarves or eastern European women in traditional costume are produced as 'evidence' that white women have always practised sharia and that it has only been in modern times that this has fallen away with the impact of liberalism! Yes, that is what they appear to believe, as ridiculous as it may seem! Whether they truly believe this rubbish is another matter. They may simply be repeating this in order for the idea to become instilled in other people without it being questioned-a common tactic.

What is most disturbing about 'white sharia' apart from the denigration of women who are (all) described as 'inferior', 'degenerate' and 'whores' by some sharia advocates is the way in which white Americans are becoming culturally subjugated to the customs or perceived customs of fanatical islam. This is a sign that islam is a now seen to be a conquering spiritual force in the 'west' and some whites feel the need to appropriate aspects of its language and culture for their own ends. This is usually how a conquered and subjugated people behave not a race of Sonnenmenschen!

I am no friend of feminism which I regard as a spiritual cancer in the 'western' world but 'white sharia' is an extreme reaction which makes it no better than feminism. It is its male counterpart and in many ways it is far worse than feminism. Both feminism and 'white sharia' are divisive and do not unite males and females but put a wedge between them. This is why I have written this article today to point out the dangers of this pernicious concept to alert my readers to think very carefully before they swallow this 'pill'.

Supporters of 'white sharia' say that a choice will be presented to the white world: islamic sharia or 'white sharia'-the only choice that is but I would counter this and say that the real choice is between WALHALLA and ALLAHLAW. 'White sharia' seems to fit very snugly into ALLAHLAW!

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Along the Wodenist Path: The Memoirs of Wulf Ingessunu-a Review

For some years now I wondered if a biography would eventually be written and published of the life of Wulf Ingessunu, the founder of folkish Wodenism in the late 20th century. Through the good work of Troy Southgate that book is now here and it is an autobiography, the life story being told by Wulf himself in an engaging and often humorous style. As one reads his words one hears his voice also as it is written in such a natural style.This is the latest work in the canon of Woden's Folk writings and in my opinion a highly important one. Up until now we have had the teachings of Woden's Folk. Vital as they are it is almost as important to know something of the life of the founder of a religion or a movement as well and this latest work fulfils that need.
In this book we learn of Wulf's early life, his experiences within party politics, his rejection of political parties and then his spiritual awakening leading him into Odinism and then Wodenism, an English form of Odinism which is folkish in nature and looks not only to the past where its roots are but to the future of Germanic man, recognising that Woden speaks to His initiates today, not just in the Eddas, sacred though they are to us.
Wulf relates many of his most important mystical experiences and it is clear that his life thus far has been that of living the Woden archetype.
I would encourage not only Wodenists, Odinists and Germanic heathens to purchase and read this work but also those who have misrepresented our work and mission so that they can see for themselves that this is the story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary life.

Monday, May 22, 2017

A Dream of the Ancestors and the Mask of Odin-an Update

Last night, quite unusual for me I dreamed almost constantly, waking up, going back to sleep and dreaming again, one after the other, even dreams within dreams. Shortly before waking I had a dream which involved me talking to a dead ancestor. It was impressed upon me that this was a great grandfather. The ancestor did not reveal to me his name but I was trying to work out who he was by the process of mental deduction. The name of the person which was impressed upon me however was that of a great great grandfather so it is possible that the term 'great grandfather' in the dream was not to be taken literally. It was evident to me in the dream that he was dead but yet he appeared alive just as you and I are and his cosy cottage was situated (in the dream) just a few houses away from me so I was conscious that he was always close by. I do not recall what we talked about but he made himself known to me.

It does not surprise me that I dreamed about an ancestor as I have been engaged in researching my ancestry which I am sure will become a life long project! It is also not unusual for the dead to appear in our dreams for the ancients considered that in the dream state, especially before waking we are more receptive to the spirits of the dead and can communicate with them as we do with the living. Frequently the shades of departed relatives appear to me in dreams and I am very conscious that they are dead. On occasions I have had dreams in which people who I am not aware have passed on reveal themselves to me to tell me the news! This was the case with my half sister in Germany who passed on a few years ago.

Immediately after leaving my ancestor's cottage I encountered another dead person, this time my daughter's maternal great grandfather. I asked him to make an engraving on a piece of wood for me, just a bare outline as I knew that he had good practical skills. When he came back, to my surprise I found that he had completed the entire job for me, not just the outline and it turned out to be a carving of a mask of Odin! At this point I awoke. I am not sure what this all means and I am still processing the information but I will edit or add to this article on an ongoing basis. Any interpretations from my readers would be welcome.

UPDATE

I am grateful to Steed for his helpful comment. Since publishing this short article I was driven by a sudden and restless need to research my partner's paternal ancestry, joining it to my own published tree which is a lifetime work in progress!  Her maternal ancestry has already been researched with a line of ancestry leading back to the Volsungs and Odin Himself. I started by exploring her paternal grandmother's ancestry and over several long nights I managed to go back a few generations. The use of census returns can be very helpful in identifying families that you are related to or descended from and can help to confirm an ancestor's identity but the earliest ones available for England and Wales only reach back to the year 1841, the most recent being 1911. They do however contain an absolute wealth of detail in one single document. Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths only started in 1837. Prior to this date you have to rely upon parish records, not all of which have been digitalised. I am fortunate in that my paternal grandmother's ancestry is rooted in North Meols, Lancashire where parish records are freely available online and I am also indebted to the many Wills left by my ancestors from centuries ago as they too are very useful. After reaching a temporary brick wall with her paternal grandmother's ancestry I turned my attention to her paternal grandfather, researching both his paternal and maternal lines and I was surprised to see that his mother's maternal ancestry has already been well researched and I managed to find a line going back to Alfred of Wessex who as we know was a descendant of Woden Himself!

So here we have the crux of the matter and the reason for her grandfather appearing in the dream (alongside my own ancestor) presenting me with a mask of Odin/Woden. This can be no coincidence but demonstrates to us that human consciousness does in fact survive physical death. In the fluid dream state we can encounter the spirits of the 'dead' and other entities, even deities for our conscious critical analytical mind is put to sleep, no longer able to fulfil its 'gatekeeper' role until we are fully awake. Dreams experienced directly before waking linger in the mind longer and are rarely forgotten unlike the ones that we have but cannot recall from the middle of the night. This is what is called the hypnopompic state. Its opposite is the hypnogogic state. I am reminded here that our High Lord Woden is the great psychopomp. He is the great guide of souls between life and death but He has the ability to travel between other worlds and make Himself known even in physical human form. He is the director of dreams and the alterer of consciousness. Often I will ask Woden to guide my dreams using this short invocation formulated by Edred Thorsson:

"Into the well of sleep Oh Woden I wend my way to thee, to learn thy ways and wonders."

I believe it is to be found in The Nine Doors of Midgard but I can't be certain about this! It is a good habit to get into. As I have written before, prayers or invocations are not the preserve of the Abrahamic religions. Before retiring to bed on a night I ask for Thunor's blessing and protection on my household and again this is a good habit to adopt.

The link between the mask of Woden and the grandfather's ancestry is now clear although there are other interpretations, one of which was suggested by Steed. Now I have not yet had the opportunity to analyse this other researcher's findings-it was simply a discovery I 'stumbled' across but it is interesting that I was presented with the mask in its complete form although I only asked for an outline to be carved. This signifies to me that the work has already been done by others. My task was simply to look for and receive this discovery. Woden reveals Himself to us if we keep an open mind and seek Him.

Monday, May 01, 2017

Reverence for the Gods

Whilst listening to an interesting BBC radio programme today on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04x9brb regarding the Odinist or Asatru religion in modern day Iceland I was struck by certain comments made by a female practitioner who seems to regards the Gods as being 'equal' to man. This is not the first time that I have encountered this particular perspective and in my opinion it is an inappropriate way to think of our deities.

Many years ago when I was still a xtian I encountered many types of xtians from various denominations and churches and I found that there were two ways in which xtians encountered their god. There was the High Church approach in the Church of England which focussed on ritual and reverence for the xtian god and then at the other end of the spectrum there was the Low Church element which is largely free of ritual and which is also to be found in Non-Conformist denominations. One thing that struck me as rather odd was the practice of some churchgoers, especially the younger ones to actually dress down when going to the 'house of god'; something which I have never understood and at the time considered to be a lack of respect, a lack of awe, a lack of reverence.

One sees this casual approach amongst some heathens today and each time I hear that man is the 'equal to the Gods' I feel rather uneasy about such a statement. If we are the 'equal' of the Gods then why do we worship or honour them? Some would say that the Gods should be viewed in the same way as we view human parents and to a certain extent I understand and in part agree with this sentiment and statement. However the way in which children relate to their parents today in the 'western' world is not a traditional one and is often lacking in respect. Many former xtians, particularly the younger ones take this attitude into heathenism and are quite casual in how they approach the Gods. If we are to expect a great heathen revival then we must examine how we view the Gods that we say that we honour or worship. By the way there is nothing at all wrong with worshipping the Gods. Prayer and worship are not confined to or restricted to the alien Abrahamic religions.

A genuine heathen perspective of the Gods must be rooted in how our ancestors related to them. We may have changed but the Gods have not! One particular clue is to be found in Tacitus' Germania:

"As for gods, Mercury is the one they worship most, and on certain days they think it right to propitiate him with human victims. Hercules and Mars they appease with lawful animals." (9.1, translation by J.B. Rives)

So as my readers can see the worship of the Gods was not a casual affair but something which was taken seriously and in great earnest. There was a desire to please the Gods and sacrifice was seen as a way of doing this. I would like to point out that I am not advocating this practice today although it may be something which is taken up again once the decaying 'New World Order' is finally brought to its knees. What else can we learn from the above passage? Well Mercury who the Romans equated with Woden/Wodan/Wotan "is the one they worship most". This is as it should be for He is THE High Lord of the Teutons. Hercules (Thunor/Thunar/Donar) and Mars (Tiw) were also worshipped but in this case with animals rather than humans. One may speculate here how men were offered to Woden but it seems clear to me that this was by hanging and often this was done at a crossroads. Odin was known as Hangatyr and Hangagud, the God of the hanged. Woden would come and commune with the dead and dying. He like Mercury is the great psychopomp, the conveyor of human souls to the afterlife.

Some may baulk at the concept of human sacrifice but I think this is more to do with the lingering effects of the xtian religion which created the concept of 'sin' and its bedmate 'guilt'. We see this today with the modern religion of the 'holocaust' and the very profitable industry centred around it. Another translation of Germania 9 puts across what I am trying to say more clearly:

"Above all other gods they worship Mercury, and count it no sin, on certain feast-days, to include human victims in the sacrifices offered to him. Hercules and Mars they appease by offerings of animals, in accordance with ordinary civilized custom." (Translation by H. Mattingley and revised by S.A. Handford)

The Germanic tribe which Germania 9 is discussing are the Suebi. This tribe is referred to later on in Germania 39.1:

"The Semnones relate that they are the oldest and noblest of the Suebi. Confidence in their antiquity is confirmed by their cult. At a set time, the peoples who share that name and bloodline send embassies to assemble in a forest hallowed by ancestral auguries and ancient dread, and by slaying a man on behalf of the people they begin the barbaric celebration of their fearful rites." (Rives)
"The oldest and most famous of the Suebi; it is said, are the Semnones, and their antiquity is confirmed by a religious observance. At a set time, deputations from all the tribes of the same stock gather in a grove hallowed by the auguries of their ancestors and by immemorial awe. The sacrifice of a human victim in the name of all marks the grisly opening of their savage ritual." (Mattingley/Handford)
The above passage is quite illuminating. Once again we encounter the reference to human sacrifice but notice here the emotions that are engendered by the Semnones: "ancient dread" and "immemorial awe". The Gods are not to be approached lightly and certainly not as 'equals' for they embody great elemental forces, particularly Woden and Thunor and thus this in itself must demand a certain respect.

There is a great deal of speculation as to who the main deity of the Semnones alluded to in Germania is:
"They revere this grove in other ways too: no one enters unless bound by a shackle, as an inferior who makes manifest the might of the divine. If by chance he stumbles, it is not lawful to lift himself up and rise: they roll out over the ground. On that place their entire superstition is centred, as though from there the tribe has its origin, as though there the god is ruler of all, and the remainder subordinate and submissive." (39.2, Rives)

"Bound by a shackle" or as the earlier Mattingley translation puts it, "bound with a cord". That sounds to me like the noose of the hanged, the torc worn by the Woden initiates!

"Another observance shows their reverence for this grove. No one may enter it unless he is bound with a cord, by which he acknowledges his own inferiority and the power of the deity. Should he chance to fall, he may not raise himself or get up again, but must roll out over the ground. The grove is the centre of their whole religion. It is regarded as the cradle of the race and the dwelling-place of the supreme god to whom all things are subject and obedient." (Mattingley translation)

"Reverence for this grove". This is the right frame of mind in which we must approach the Gods. Indeed unlike the woman speaking in the BBC documentary our ancestors did not believe themselves to be 'equal' to the Gods: quite the contrary! "By which he acknowledges his own inferiority and the power of the deity." We may be children of All Father; we may even trace our lineage back to Him but we are not Gods. The most that we can aim to become is a God-Man but we are still separate from the Gods and owe our existence to them along with all that we have and are. The adjectives that are relevant in the above passage are "subordinate", "submissive", "subject" and "obedient". These are not popular words in 21st century England which is plagued by the concepts of equality and torments itself over racial equality, gender equality and rights for homosexuals. Our ancestors did not focus on 'rights' but duty, honour and loyalty without which a folk cannot exist.

My readers will note something else very important that Tacitus writes in Germania 9: " At a set time, deputations from all the tribes of the same stock gather in a grove" or "At a set time, the peoples who share that name and bloodline send embassies to assemble in a forest". Our religion was NEVER universalist. It was always a religion of Blut und Boden or blood and soil and the universalists would do well to ponder that historical fact!

One may ask what is the difference in this attitude and that of the Abrahamic religions which focus on submission to their god? The difference is not so much in attitude but how we come to the Gods to begin with. All forms of Germanic heathenism stress that we do not seek to 'convert' others and certainly never by force unlike the desert religions. THIS is the key difference but I see no reason why we should accord less honour to the deities of our folk and race than the monotheists grant to their alien and universalist god. The Gods should not be viewed just as archetypes but as very real spiritual entities by which we are bound by our very existence. As a folk we cannot survive without them for they are our life source but they too need us for we are reminded of the expression "every race has its soul and every soul its race".




  

Friday, April 28, 2017

The Survival of the Germanic Caste System in Late Mediaeval Rural England

One subject which I keep returning to on this blog and on my Celto-Germanic Culture, Myth and History blog is that of the ancient Germanic caste system which survived in a debased form down to the late Middle Ages in England but certainly has its roots in deep Aryan antiquity. I am and always have been fascinated by the past and recently this has extended to the almost addictive subjects of genealogy and genetics. As I have indicated before on this blog shortly after retiring I took up the hobby of genealogy and was most fortunate in finding that my paternal grandmother's ancestry was already well researched as it is rooted in the old farming communities of North Meols in Lancashire for hundred of years. Parish records for this area are fairly well transcribed and freely available online and many of my ancestors even in the 1400s-1600s had published wills which aids in the research. Quite a few of them are referred to in local history books.

Whilst studying and engaging in genealogy it becomes apparent that the caste system in a debased form certainly in the rural areas of England survived long after it disappeared in the emerging towns and cities of the Industrial Revolution. As my readers will be aware tradition lingers far longer in the villages and smaller country towns of England than in the larger towns and cities which became a chaos of peoples. We see this to an extreme extent in the cesspits and hell holes of cities such as London and Birmingham where a plethora of languages are spoken and the native English are a minority or are fast becoming one. This is thankfully not reflected in the villages and rural towns although the political enemies of the people would have it be otherwise!

The Germanic caste system of Jarl, Karl and Thrall is still evident in rural England in the 1400s-1700s. Most of my grandmother's ancestors were farmers, some yeomen, some husbandmen although the distinction between yeomen and husbandmen disappeared by the beginning of the 19th century where both classes were described as farmers, an indication of the final breakdown of the caste system and the spread of the Industrial Revolution which destroyed the old Germanic world. The descriptor of yeoman is found in the Last Will and Testaments of many of my ancestors. Some of the earlier Wills were written in very flowery language with many references to Jesus Christ and the Resurrection! Such language quickly became phased out and replaced by more legally acceptable terminology as time advanced but nevertheless makes for fascinating reading!

In rural England we see four main categories of social position-the gentleman, the yeoman, the husbandman and the labourer. These categories were not rigid and there was intermarriage between the daughters and younger sons of the gentry and the more wealthy yeomen as there was between the more wealthy husbandmen and the yeomanry. So individuals over several generations could rise and fall between these classes or castes until the beginnings of the Industrial revolution and the emerging capitalist mercantile classes. Indeed I was able to trace a line of decent from the gentry to the yeomanry in the 17th century and thus I was able to take my ancestry back to the 12th century and further back still. We are then reliant upon historical chronicles, many of which are full of contradictions. History if you go far enough back merges into legend and then back into myth which makes the subject even more fascinating and compelling!

What is clear to me is that the Germanic caste system survived the brutal onslaught of xtianity but it was the industrial age which finally sounded its death knell which should come as no surprise to us as this process is continuing to the present day where not only has the caste system has broken down but we are beginning to see the dissolution of the races. Order is giving way to chaos. Light is giving way to darkness but it will not always be so!

Let us now examine the division of late mediaeval rural English society:

Landed Gentry- The gentleman is a landowner who lived entirely from rental income without having to engage in work himself. The gentleman is a step down from the titled aristocrat but often the gentry could trace their ancestry from the nobility via younger sons and daughters. They in essence were the Lords of the Manor. They were part of what is now termed the Upper Class in England. I stress in England as the American class system is based entirely upon income not on occupation and/or breeding as the English one which is a hollow and debased echo of the Germanic caste system.
The wealth of the gentry was greatly depleted by the agricultural depression of the 1870s. The gentry also consisted of esquires and knights and thus equated to the Germanic caste of Jarl.

Yeomanry-The yeoman held less land than the gentleman. He either owned the freehold of the land or was a larger scale leaseholder and employed people to work for him but unlike the gentleman he was a working farmer. He was regarded as being one step down from the gentleman but superior in status to the husbandman although these boundaries were quite fluid. Often the yeoman would have additional responsibilities such as Overseer of the Poor, Constable, Church Warden and Juror. A Juror would serve on juries (as the term suggests!) and would vote for the Knight of the Shire.  I managed to find some of my ancestors who occupied these additional positions. Another position could be that of Bailiff or Bridge Warden. Some of my ancestors in the 1400s were 'guardians of the hedge', from the old surname Heyward which eventually transmuted into Howarth and Howard etc. Wealthier husbandmen could also occupy some of these positions. The yeoman is similar in position to the earlier franklin of the 1100s to 1400s. He was the freeman, neither noble nor serf. As a military class they were positioned after the knight and squire but above the page. The yeoman bridged the gap between the nobility and peasantry and were the middle class of their time. Again I use this term in the English and not the American sense. The etymology of yeoman is interesting and may derive either from the Old English iunge man (young man)  or the Old Frisian gaman, meaning 'rustic' or 'villager'. In ancient times the yeoman was the protector of the nobility, a warrior. The husbandman was a step down from the yeoman but closely associated in function. They were working farmers but had much less land but enough to support a family. However in feudal times the husbandman would have been classed as a serf rather than a freeman so his position is intermediate between the yeomanry and the working labourers. The yeomanry thus equated to the Germanic caste of Karl. However in early times the Yeoman certainly had martial responsibilities.

Labourers-The labourer or cottager was a step below the husbandman and in feudal times was not regarded as being a freeman but a serf, tied legally to the Lord of the Manor. It should be emphasised here that a serf is not a slave. This is a common misconception. He enjoyed many rights and freedoms but as a bonded tenant he needed his master's permission to leave the land. They would have equated to the Germanic caste of Thrall. They were the working class of the day. Again I use the English and not the American definition of the term. The debased and materialist American 'class' system has no basis in the Germanic caste system but is based purely on levels of income and pays no heed to a person's education, occupation, family background or ancestry. Indeed it is possible for an individual in a single lifetime to move up and down this base system! It is very important that I stress this for the ancient Germanic caste system is more to do with function than wealth or income. Indeed it is a reflection of the cosmic order and the tripartite functional division of the Gods.

As I mentioned earlier the Industrial Revolution, a harbinger of global capitalism sounded the death knell of the ancient Germanic caste system and the traditional English rural way of life. This process is continuing to the present day. The Industrial Revolution supposedly brought 'progress' in its wake and the eventual 'emancipation' of women. In reality it enslaved the masses and thrust the woman into the mechanised working place-the factories. Man thus became a wage slave. Undoubtedly this is far worse than the Norman feudal system or the earlier Germanic caste system. Germanic man became uprooted from his natural environment-the rural village. He became cut off from his natural roots, unable to determine who his ancestors were and with it came a loss of identity. This is the curse of the abomination known as the city, the cesspit, the multiracial soup of the 21st century.

With the 'emancipation' of women and the woman's 'right to choose' chaos and family breakdown is rife in modern England. In becoming supposedly 'free' woman has become like man a slave, a slave to the mechanised work place of factory, office and shop. Consequently the following Aryan prophecy was fulfilled:

"Out of the corruption of women proceeds the confusion of castes; out of the confusion of castes proceeds the loss of memory, out of the loss of memory proceeds the loss of understanding, and out of this all evil." (Bhagavad Gita 1:41)

This prophecy is remarkably similar to the following one taken from Table 12, 2nd Chapter, 11 of  the Book of Sajaha:

"Customs will no longer be enforced, but vice will be fashionable. Men will have sexual intercourse with boys and go unpunished; women will no longer want to be women, but will behave like men and go unpunished; people will mix themselves with animals and go unpunished and father bastards. And the bastards of bastards will be countless in the streets of the cities without anyone eradicating them." (Wotans Krieger's translation)

It is remarkable how accurately the Babylonian prophecy predicted the widespread plague of paedophilia, homosexuality, bestiality, feminism and miscegenation which are endemic in cities and larger towns than in more rural towns and villages where tradition still lingers on.


One day we will need to resurrect the ancient Germanic caste system when we have regained control of our land and we will have to start again at the beginning. The caste system is divinely ordained and as followers of the ancient Germanic Gods it is imperative that we seek to restore this system when the time eventually comes.