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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:22 pm

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I read the About What We Believe link and completely agree. ...and feel that you would be open to someone of my religious beliefs.
Then, so long as you're not an ineligible person as described in the aforementioned links and are a serious and sincere man of our race, apply to join us. Go here:
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I am wholly of European stock and have never race-mixed, though I honestly cannot say the same for two of my three elder siblings, if one's family's shortcomings have any say in one's eligibility. If that is able to be overlooked, I'll be more than happy to apply for membership.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Grimork » Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:43 pm

Sorry Aryan Hamster I mispoke I am of Western European descent :oops: I sometimes get my east and west confused... Lefts and rights. I didn't even realize my error until you mentioned Czech, and then I re-read my post and I was like, "Oh no!". I'm Mostly German with some English and Irish, few other nationalities mixed in around that area. I think that being a very dark brunette it's hard to feel connected to the golden-haired Northern types sometimes. Even though if I read correctly, that's where we all came from originally?

I have heard that Wotan is sort of a mirror to Odin? I'm not sure if that's right or not. But I think many of the pagan pantheons have similar archetypes with each other.

Maybe you can share your recipe from Pliny? That sounds facinating. I love to cook and I am ashamed sometimes that a lot of my family has lost most of their history. I barely even know the stories of some of my grand grandparents for example. So I'm always interested to learn more about White heritages.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Will Williams » Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:46 pm

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Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:22 pm

I am wholly of European stock and have never race-mixed, though I honestly cannot say the same for two of my three elder siblings, if one's family's shortcomings have any say in one's eligibility. If that is able to be overlooked, I'll be more than happy to apply for membership.
Most of us have one or more family members who are lost, but that is their problem not ours. I look forward to receiving your application. Hopefully that older sibling of yours whose head is screwed on right, or at least halfway right, can be brought around by you to join also eventually.

I like that you embrace Wotanism and that you spurn "social media. I used to correspond with David Lane back in the 1980s and up until he died. He admired our Alliance.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 9:56 pm

Grimork wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:43 pm
Sorry Aryan Hamster I mispoke I am of Western European descent :oops: I sometimes get my east and west confused... Lefts and rights. I didn't even realize my error until you mentioned Czech, and then I re-read my post and I was like, "Oh no!". I'm Mostly German with some English and Irish, few other nationalities mixed in around that area. I think that being a very dark brunette it's hard to feel connected to the golden-haired Northern types sometimes. Even though if I read correctly, that's where we all came from originally?

I have heard that Wotan is sort of a mirror to Odin? I'm not sure if that's right or not. But I think many of the pagan pantheons have similar archetypes with each other.

Maybe you can share your recipe from Pliny? That sounds facinating. I love to cook and I am ashamed sometimes that a lot of my family has lost most of their history. I barely even know the stories of some of my grand grandparents for example. So I'm always interested to learn more about White heritages.
Not to worry, Grimork lol it happens. Honestly, you can just say that you're all different kinds of White lol. Truthfully, there's hardly any distinction between English and Germans. It's one of the reasons why the Great One didn't desire war with England. He considered it a travesty. Nor for that matter did he want war with the States, except the fact that FDR was a Jew and was chomping at the bit for war with Germany, as were all Jews, but I digress.

If I may be honest, I have dark brown hair myself yet I have hazel eyes and pale skin with a few freckles, though redheads and blondes run in my family, as do blue and grey eyes. My mother has red hair and freckles but her eyes are hazel whereas my father had blue eyes and dark brown hair (when he had hair. He would have his head after his hairline began receding). Red hair is a sign of Germanic/Norse blood, not simply Celtic. In fact, from what I understand, more Norsemen had red hair than blond and Thor himself (Donar or Thunor to Germanic/Teutonic Heathens such as myself) was a redhead.

You are correct, Wotan is definitely a mirror to Odin, but in the Germanic tradition. The days of the week, in their Germanic names, are named for a few Gods of the Germanic/Norse pantheon (Tuesday: Dienstag in German, but means Tiw's Day, Tiw being the Anglo-Saxon name for Tyr, Norse God of Victory, Bravery, Justice, and War (not necessarily in that order). Wednesday: Mittwoch in German, meaning mid-week, but Woden's Day in English, named for Odin/Wotan/Woden. Thursday: Donarsdag, meaning Thor's Day. Friday: Freitag, meaning Freyja/Frigga/Freyr's Day.) As I understand it, every European pantheon, from Greek to Slavic to Norse/Germanic to Celt is basically the same pantheon but the Gods are named differently. For example Wotan/Odin is Zeus/Jupiter in Greek/Roman tradition, Lugh in Celtic, and (I think) Svarog or perhaps Perun in Slavic tradition.

I'd be happy to share the recipe I found from Pliny the Elder. I'll share it in a separate post on this thread. I enjoy cooking as well, though I'm rather mediocre at it. My mom is particularly grounded in her racial identity, though my siblings are not and could not possibly care less about the information I provide them about their people. It doesn't help that their spouses downplay my work too and that they would rather identify with their non-white spouses than with their own.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:10 pm

Will Williams wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:46 pm
AryanHamster88 wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:22 pm

I am wholly of European stock and have never race-mixed, though I honestly cannot say the same for two of my three elder siblings, if one's family's shortcomings have any say in one's eligibility. If that is able to be overlooked, I'll be more than happy to apply for membership.
Most of us have one or more family members who are lost, but that is their problem not ours. I look forward to receiving your application. Hopefully that older sibling of yours whose head is screwed on right, or at least halfway right, can be brought around by you to join also eventually.

I like that you embrace Wotanism and that you spurn "social media. I used to correspond with David Lane back in the 1980s and up until he died. He admired our Alliance.
Cheers, Will, and thank you. That one older sibling is perhaps more on the side of Libertarianism. She's married to a Scotch-German chap and he's pro-gun and a tad racialist, but not completely. My sister tends to be accepting of fags as per her former career as a social worker and psychology. She's one of those "live and let live" types but that's my only qualm with her. I have National Socialist flags hanging in my room and my oldest sister (one of the race-traitors) finds it "offensive" to her non-white husband as he was apparently a "former Marine". Either way, I doubt either one would listen to me. One would just feign a migraine to get me to shut up and the other will try to scold me as I were a child (I'm 32, by the way, by I live with my mom because I take care of her since my dad passed away).

That's really amazing that you spoke with David Lane! When I was 17 on MySpace back when it was a thing, I was in communication with a woman calling herself "Heathen Gliebe" whom I later learned was involved in your organization after she told me she was married to Erich Gliebe shortly before I abandoned MySpace altogether. I don't rightly know the circumstances of the organization's relationship with Erich Gliebe, though I had heard he was at odds with Dr. Pierce's vision.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:24 pm

Here's Pliny the Elder's recipe for leaven dough (might have called it unleavened bread by mistake in a previous message) for any who are interested. This recipe can be found in the Historia Naturalis written circa 77-79 CE

Ingredients

2 cups of millet or whole wheat flour

2 cups of grapes (rinsed)

2 cups of tepid water

Cheesecloth

Directions

Step 1: Rinse grapes and tie into a cheesecloth pouch. Smash then in a bowl, drain the juice into a cup, add water, mix in flour, and cover the grapes with the mixture. Cover the bowl with a lid and leave it in a warm place for 1-2 days.

Step 2: When the starter is fermenting, bubbles will appear. Remove the grape pouch and dispose of it. Start again if white or black mould has formed. Transfer into a fresh container and add ½ cup of flour and ½ cup of water. Leave for in the warm place for another day.

Step 3: Check if a strong smelling liquid has formed. Stir liquid back in. Add more flour if the mixture seems wet.

Step 4: After 4-5 days, you should see significant growth and bubbles forming. This indicates the leaven dough is ready.

Step 5: Store in fridge in an air-tight container. Feed your leaven with flour after use.

Enjoy!

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Grimork » Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:10 am

AryanHamster88 wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 9:56 pm
Not to worry, Grimork lol it happens. Honestly, you can just say that you're all different kinds of White lol. Truthfully, there's hardly any distinction between English and Germans. It's one of the reasons why the Great One didn't desire war with England. He considered it a travesty. Nor for that matter did he want war with the States, except the fact that FDR was a Jew and was chomping at the bit for war with Germany, as were all Jews, but I digress.

Thank you for understanding AH. That is true, heh. Often the simplest way is the best way. I was not aware that the English and Germans are very much alike? I don't think Germany wanted to fight with the US either. I didn't know FDR was a Jew, I only thought he was a Jewish puppet.
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Tue Apr 06, 2021 9:56 pm
If I may be honest, I have dark brown hair myself yet I have hazel eyes and pale skin with a few freckles, though redheads and blondes run in my family, as do blue and grey eyes. My mother has red hair and freckles but her eyes are hazel whereas my father had blue eyes and dark brown hair (when he had hair. He would have his head after his hairline began receding). Red hair is a sign of Germanic/Norse blood, not simply Celtic. In fact, from what I understand, more Norsemen had red hair than blond and Thor himself (Donar or Thunor to Germanic/Teutonic Heathens such as myself) was a redhead.
I have hazel eyes as well (blue-green predominantly with brown around the pupil). Mother was green eyed, father is blue, both are naturally dark headed. Although my father was born blonde and one of his brothers is a blonde. I was not aware redheads were so prevalent in Europe that's very interesting as well. I always thought there were far more Blondes and Brunettes for some reason.
You are correct, Wotan is definitely a mirror to Odin, but in the Germanic tradition. The days of the week, in their Germanic names, are named for a few Gods of the Germanic/Norse pantheon (Tuesday: Dienstag in German, but means Tiw's Day, Tiw being the Anglo-Saxon name for Tyr, Norse God of Victory, Bravery, Justice, and War (not necessarily in that order). Wednesday: Mittwoch in German, meaning mid-week, but Woden's Day in English, named for Odin/Wotan/Woden. Thursday: Donarsdag, meaning Thor's Day. Friday: Freitag, meaning Freyja/Frigga/Freyr's Day.) As I understand it, every European pantheon, from Greek to Slavic to Norse/Germanic to Celt is basically the same pantheon but the Gods are named differently. For example Wotan/Odin is Zeus/Jupiter in Greek/Roman tradition, Lugh in Celtic, and (I think) Svarog or perhaps Perun in Slavic tradition.
I had heard that about the days of the week, I think it's interesting we still use those terms today although in modified form. Is there a difference between Heathenism and Paganism? Do you worship literally the gods or is it more in a figurative cultural sense?
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I'd be happy to share the recipe I found from Pliny the Elder. I'll share it in a separate post on this thread. I enjoy cooking as well, though I'm rather mediocre at it. My mom is particularly grounded in her racial identity, though my siblings are not and could not possibly care less about the information I provide them about their people. It doesn't help that their spouses downplay my work too and that they would rather identify with their non-white spouses than with their own.
Thank you for the recipe, I will certainly try it out sometime. I came from a liberal family unfortunately, besides my paternal grandparents who remember segregation in NC and how things were better then. My maternal family from WV were never around blacks much and very Christian so of course although they are now passed they would espouse that "all men are equal in the eyes of God" so on...so forth. Easy to say when you don't have to live with all types of men. My only full brother is considerably liberal as well and got out of the Army within the last few years. He thinks Racism is the biggest crime a person can commit; I hope he doesn't put it over murder or molestation, but to hear him talk I'm not sure which he thinks is worse. He is unreachable by me, but I hope one day he comes to the truth. I will do my thing while he does his.
Well, I think your work is very important and you can share your information with me, I will gladly receive it. It's a shame about some of your family members, many people are brainwashed that Whites don't have culture of their own. Of course we do, whether I know all about it or not, I still believe my own people are the most fascinating. Often non-whites feel the same about their own people's culture, it is natural.

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 2:06 pm

Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:10 am
Thank you for understanding AH. That is true, heh. Often the simplest way is the best way. I was not aware that the English and Germans are very much alike? I don't think Germany wanted to fight with the US either. I didn't know FDR was a Jew, I only thought he was a Jewish puppet.
Well think of the Saxons and the Angles, both of which were Germanic tribes that settled in England. The very name was originally Ænglaland, meaning Land of the Angles. Truthfully, the patron God was Freyr, twin brother of Freyja, which is why the boar was featured heavily in certain Saxon motifs, because of Freyr's sacred boar, Gilenbursti (don't think I spelled that right), whom I learned about by playing Age of Mythology as a kid.

You're spot-on, Grimork. Germany didn't want war with the US either, nor did most in the US for that matter want war with Germany (remember, the infamous American headline at the time read: "Judea Declares War On Germany" and something about the boycott of German goods. It never said "America Declares War." It's very telling.), hence, the establishment of the German-American Bund. It was an age when we were more numerous here, less mixed, and still had a love for the Fatherland. The Great One saw the only issue being that we were greatly mixed (through no fault of our own, it has been determined that the "Great Melting Pot" was, in fact, Jewish sabotage) and in the politics. Il Duce saw the issue with the politics too and said that Democracy is doomed to failure (no lie there) and that we in America would see it one day. Should be in quotes, but I paraphrased. The Great One knew that in a multicultural habitat, America was doomed to failure. He did not want our demise nor did he mean to insult the American spirit, but he was concerned for our people here whom he still had hope for.
Though I don't exactly have the proof of it, I've long had the suspicion that FDR was a full-fledged Jew (unlike Teddy, who was not a Jew in the least. I still am unsure how they are related). The proof may be in the pudding, as they say. Two well-written documentaries, "Communism By The Backdoor" and "Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told" both by Dennis Wise (no connection to the vile Tim Wise) cover FDR's Zionist connections well.
Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:10 am
I have hazel eyes as well (blue-green predominantly with brown around the pupil). Mother was green eyed, father is blue, both are naturally dark headed. Although my father was born blonde and one of his brothers is a blonde. I was not aware redheads were so prevalent in Europe that's very interesting as well. I always thought there were far more Blondes and Brunettes for some reason.
My eyes are rather the opposite lol, brownish near the pupil but blueish-grey towards the outer rim. Redheads are not exactly prevalent and I believe it to be a recessive gene, but they are without a doubt Northern European, blondes and brunettes, while both are incredible in their own ways, have been greatly exaggerated as being the predominant hair colours. Red hair can be found everywhere from Spain to Greece and Ireland (of course) to Scotland and beyond, into Scandinavia and some Slavic countries.
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Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:10 am
I had heard that about the days of the week, I think it's interesting we still use those terms today although in modified form. Is there a difference between Heathenism and Paganism? Do you worship literally the gods or is it more in a figurative cultural sense?
There's honestly very little difference between Heathenry and Paganism, just that the latter is more commonly used by Christians to describe us whereas we usually refer to ourselves as Heathens. The word Heathen has a tie to the English language by way of the Saxons, I believe, whereas the word Pagan doesn't, to my knowledge, and is more of an umbrella term that you'll commonly hear blue hair degenerates like Wiccans and other multicultural factions refer to themselves as. I worship in mostly the figurative sense, but often the literal (normally for me through a nightly prayer. I used to also do Armenen Runic Yoga, but haven't in a while.). The Wotanist religion went through a revival in the 80s with the reestablishment of the Odinic Rite in London by Alexander "Rud" Mills and the first Alsherjargothi (high priest) Stubba. These days, the Rite in London has degenerated into a multicultural organization because of infiltrators, much like the more liberal Ásatrú.
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Thank you for the recipe, I will certainly try it out sometime. I came from a liberal family unfortunately, besides my paternal grandparents who remember segregation in NC and how things were better then. My maternal family from WV were never around blacks much and very Christian so of course although they are now passed they would espouse that "all men are equal in the eyes of God" so on...so forth. Easy to say when you don't have to live with all types of men. My only full brother is considerably liberal as well and got out of the Army within the last few years. He thinks Racism is the biggest crime a person can commit; I hope he doesn't put it over murder or molestation, but to hear him talk I'm not sure which he thinks is worse. He is unreachable by me, but I hope one day he comes to the truth. I will do my thing while he does his.
Well, I think your work is very important and you can share your information with me, I will gladly receive it. It's a shame about some of your family members, many people are brainwashed that Whites don't have culture of their own. Of course we do, whether I know all about it or not, I still believe my own people are the most fascinating. Often non-whites feel the same about their own people's culture, it is natural.
You're most welcome! Hopefully I wrote the directions clearly, so please do let me know if anything sounds unclear. That's a most unfortunate upbringing, I'm sorry about that. I love West Virginia, honestly. I've always figured it couldn't possibly be worse than Texas. Also, that's where sightings of Mothman first occurred lol. I'm not one of those edgy people that likes to chase ghosts or aliens, but I do find the legend fascinating. Also, Don Knotts was from there and my mom is a fan of his. In fact so am I. I hate modern TV, but I like old shows from before my time. Too bad it also makes me sad because I wish to be back in that bygone era when normalcy reigned instead of faggotry, rampant half-breeds, and feminism. Your brother sounds very much like my oldest sister, minus the military military background. My sister thinks the same way and is very much more liberal than my aforementioned sister married to the Scotch-German fellow. This one married some beaner that looks as if he were plucked from Pakistan. He's the most disrespectful blaggard to my mom and to me both. He didn't dare speak out of turn when my dad was alive, though.
I'll certainly share info with you! I tutor for free in medieval warfare and world history (I have since highschool) and usually only talk to my mom about my findings because till now she was the only one interested. Whites do certainly have our own culture and it's magnificent!

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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by Grimork » Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm

AryanHamster88 wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 2:06 pm

Well think of the Saxons and the Angles, both of which were Germanic tribes that settled in England. The very name was originally Ænglaland, meaning Land of the Angles. Truthfully, the patron God was Freyr, twin brother of Freyja, which is why the boar was featured heavily in certain Saxon motifs, because of Freyr's sacred boar, Gilenbursti (don't think I spelled that right), whom I learned about by playing Age of Mythology as a kid.
Makes sense to me. I never knew the significance of the Boar either.
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You're spot-on, Grimork. Germany didn't want war with the US either, nor did most in the US for that matter want war with Germany (remember, the infamous American headline at the time read: "Judea Declares War On Germany" and something about the boycott of German goods. It never said "America Declares War." It's very telling.), hence, the establishment of the German-American Bund. It was an age when we were more numerous here, less mixed, and still had a love for the Fatherland. The Great One saw the only issue being that we were greatly mixed (through no fault of our own, it has been determined that the "Great Melting Pot" was, in fact, Jewish sabotage) and in the politics. Il Duce saw the issue with the politics too and said that Democracy is doomed to failure (no lie there) and that we in America would see it one day. Should be in quotes, but I paraphrased. The Great One knew that in a multicultural habitat, America was doomed to failure. He did not want our demise nor did he mean to insult the American spirit, but he was concerned for our people here whom he still had hope for.
Though I don't exactly have the proof of it, I've long had the suspicion that FDR was a full-fledged Jew (unlike Teddy, who was not a Jew in the least. I still am unsure how they are related). The proof may be in the pudding, as they say. Two well-written documentaries, "Communism By The Backdoor" and "Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told" both by Dennis Wise (no connection to the vile Tim Wise) cover FDR's Zionist connections well.
Hitler as you call him The Great One, I agree with that sentiment. I also like to call him Uncle Adolf sometimes, as he had a great love for his people, it is so clear to anyone who wants to see. Being only alive in the multicultural experiment times it is hard to imagine a more White America. I am close to your age at 31. It's been said that you don't miss what you've never had, but in this sense it's untrue, I am very jealous sometimes of people who got to experience a mostly White existence.
According to this site: https://constitutioncenter.org/interact ... -roosevelt
Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were fifth cousins. Eleanor Roosevelt was Theodore’s niece. And Uncle Theodore presented the bride at Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s wedding.
That's quite a distant relation between Teddy and FDR.
Red hair can be found everywhere from Spain to Greece and Ireland (of course) to Scotland and beyond, into Scandinavia and some Slavic countries.
Interesting. My husband is Irish and French Canadian, he's red-haired. My infant daughter's hair looks red sometimes but I'm expecting it to go blonde.
There's honestly very little difference between Heathenry and Paganism, just that the latter is more commonly used by Christians to describe us whereas we usually refer to ourselves as Heathens. The word Heathen has a tie to the English language by way of the Saxons, I believe, whereas the word Pagan doesn't, to my knowledge, and is more of an umbrella term that you'll commonly hear blue hair degenerates like Wiccans and other multicultural factions refer to themselves as. I worship in mostly the figurative sense, but often the literal (normally for me through a nightly prayer. I used to also do Armenen Runic Yoga, but haven't in a while.). The Wotanist religion went through a revival in the 80s with the reestablishment of the Odinic Rite in London by Alexander "Rud" Mills and the first Alsherjargothi (high priest) Stubba. These days, the Rite in London has degenerated into a multicultural organization because of infiltrators, much like the more liberal Ásatrú.
I see. It's more of a matter of separating yourselves from the modern degenerate movement? That makes sense and is honestly helpful to do in a lot of cases so you don't have to wade through a cesspool of the wrong crowd. I dabbled in Paganism as a teenager when I was resistant to the Christianity in my family. So, I know exactly the types you mean. I wouldn't say I was ever a blue-hair but I was certainly enticed by the rich mythology. I'm not familiar with Armenen Yoga. I've heard of Asatru, people in the broader WN movement feel like they're something positive, but again I don't know much about it. These days I agree with Pierce's Cosmotheism, I am very jaded as far as personified deities, although I think it tells us a lot about our history and the mindsets of our ancient people's. Please don't think I'm crazy but I do believe in some things that are "out-there" such as a universal consciousness and other things that are at this time not explained by science. Frankly I guess I just don't know as a whole what it all means or how it came about, but the things I do know and believe fit with Cosmotheism.
You're most welcome! Hopefully I wrote the directions clearly, so please do let me know if anything sounds unclear. That's a most unfortunate upbringing, I'm sorry about that. I love West Virginia, honestly. I've always figured it couldn't possibly be worse than Texas. Also, that's where sightings of Mothman first occurred lol. I'm not one of those edgy people that likes to chase ghosts or aliens, but I do find the legend fascinating. Also, Don Knotts was from there and my mom is a fan of his. In fact so am I. I hate modern TV, but I like old shows from before my time. Too bad it also makes me sad because I wish to be back in that bygone era when normalcy reigned instead of faggotry, rampant half-breeds, and feminism. Your brother sounds very much like my oldest sister, minus the military military background. My sister thinks the same way and is very much more liberal than my aforementioned sister married to the Scotch-German fellow. This one married some beaner that looks as if he were plucked from Pakistan. He's the most disrespectful blaggard to my mom and to me both. He didn't dare speak out of turn when my dad was alive, though.
I'll certainly share info with you! I tutor for free in medieval warfare and world history (I have since highschool) and usually only talk to my mom about my findings because till now she was the only one interested. Whites do certainly have our own culture and it's magnificent!
I have been to the Mothman Museum and have been wanting to go to the Mothman Festival for YEARS. I believe it was canceled last year for CoVID however I am hoping that it resumes this year. It is held on September the 18th and 19th https://www.mothmanfestival.com/
I'm not edgy either and I won't say I believe in the paranormal but I am open-minded to there being so many experiences, just not so open-minded my brain falls out. The whole thing with Indrid Cold gives me the shivers every time. How odd! Also, WV has a Mothman Black IPA that's sold in Krogers in the area and it's not too shabby either, comes in a cool can.
I did not know that Don Knotts was from WV, I don't know much about him either than him playing Barney Fife.
I'm sorry to hear your dad passed, I'm from a single parent household well, since I was 12 anyways. My mom ran off to start another family more or less. :lol: Honestly, mestizos don't have anything to brag about, imo. He should be nice to your mom. Don't they revere the mothers in his culture? Maybe it's just because she's a White woman.
Thank you for all the information, I hope you stick around and do join the NA, I think we can be good friends. I think it's all very interesting.
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Re: Heil from Texas

Post by AryanHamster88 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:58 pm

Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm
Makes sense to me. I never knew the significance of the Boar either.
The boar is a symbol of battle and also of Yuletide, which is, of course what Christians call Christmas. The odd thing is, even after the Saxons had Christianity visited upon them, they still held the boar as a sacred symbol, leading to the symbolic festival of the Boar's Head, which Christians (at least those here of White stock) usually celebrate roughly in mid-January, about the time of the Epiphany of the Magi.
Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm
Hitler as you call him The Great One, I agree with that sentiment. I also like to call him Uncle Adolf sometimes, as he had a great love for his people, it is so clear to anyone who wants to see. Being only alive in the multicultural experiment times it is hard to imagine a more White America. I am close to your age at 31. It's been said that you don't miss what you've never had, but in this sense it's untrue, I am very jealous sometimes of people who got to experience a mostly White existence.
I sometimes call him the father I never really had. While I cared for my father, and he was a National Socialist...at least in name...last year, my mom and I discovered evidence while going through some of his effects that he may have cheated on her when he was alive. That has left a rather dark image of him in my memory so much so that I have lost all respect for him. My mom was nothing but faithful to him during their nearly 50 year marriage (they married at very young ages and he was 10 years her senior), but he clearly did not respect or love her as much as we thought he did and it really hurt my mom to find out about it. Because of that, the Great One is my father figure. He certainly did love his people, but that does not imply that he hated others. All he wanted was the best future for his people (not just Germans and Austrians, but the Aryan Race as a whole, from the US to the ethnic Russians and Ukrainians living under the heel of the Bolsheviks) and he wished that other races would do the same for themselves.
I agree, it's hard to imagine a time when America was largely white and faggotry wasn't running amok due in large part to feminism, but it did exist. Sadly, not in the images we see on TV, even from the time, though. Jews have always been in control of broadcasting. It was part of Marx's plans for how to subvert the West, you know. It's all in his Manifesto.
Splendid that we're the same age! I could definitely use friends in my age group as I'm rather disillusioned by other millennials. In fact, I hate our generation because it so caters to what the Eternal Wnemy has always wanted and it does so willingly.
So few places have been untouched by the Jew. Iceland was at one point diversity-free, but then not long ago became infected with it's first rabbi.
Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm
Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were fifth cousins. Eleanor Roosevelt was Theodore’s niece. And Uncle Theodore presented the bride at Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s wedding.
That's quite a distant relation between Teddy and FDR.
Oh wow, I had knew they were something, though I thought it was perhaps distant relations, no where near as close as fifth cousins. Guess some apples do fall far from the tree after all. Teddy wasn't a Jew, but FDR certainly was and I would venture to say it must have been by conversation, not ethnicity. Certainly Eleanor herself was not a Jew. Perhaps FDR didn't start out his presidency that way either, so he must have been compelled to convert somewhere during his tenure.
Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm
Interesting. My husband is Irish and French Canadian, he's red-haired. My infant daughter's hair looks red sometimes but I'm expecting it to go blonde.
That's a decent admixture. I think by comparison, red is a bit more recessive than blonde, but don't quote me. It's possible your daughter might be a strawberry blonde. I'm happy to hear that you've passed on some stellar genetics. I myself would love to settle down with a decent woman, but I've had no luck thus far and have ceased looking and trying as of last year. Usually, I end up getting used and if not that, they like me until they hear my politics, if my religion doesn't deter them at first (I'm speaking of Christian women in particular in regards to faith). Last year, a false friend I had known for 3 years whom I presumed to be a fellow National Socialist (for a long time, I thought he was the only other one) turned out to betray me for reasons I still don't understand. For one thing, he began dating a floozy and claimed that she had a friend who would be good for me. I agreed to speak to the friend and things looked well until I learned that everything was a lie. But yes, I would like to settle down, though if I found the right woman, I don't think I'd even recognize her. These days if a woman tries to so much as flirt with me, I run the other way or do every possible to repel her. I don't want to go through the same rubbish all over again.
Grimork wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:19 pm
I see. It's more of a matter of separating yourselves from the modern degenerate movement? That makes sense and is honestly helpful to do in a lot of cases so you don't have to wade through a cesspool of the wrong crowd. I dabbled in Paganism as a teenager when I was resistant to the Christianity in my family. So, I know exactly the types you mean. I wouldn't say I was ever a blue-hair but I was certainly enticed by the rich mythology. I'm not familiar with Armenen Yoga. I've heard of Asatru, people in the broader WN movement feel like they're something positive, but again I don't know much about it. These days I agree with Pierce's Cosmotheism, I am very jaded as far as personified deities, although I think it tells us a lot about our history and the mindsets of our ancient people's. Please don't think I'm crazy but I do believe in some things that are "out-there" such as a universal consciousness and other things that are at this time not explained by science. Frankly I guess I just don't know as a whole what it all means or how it came about, but the things I do know and believe fit with Cosmotheism.
Absolutely. Though these days, it seems almost all branches are corrupt in one way or another. When I had a Zogbook, I mean Facebook, a while back, I had joined the Odinic Rite of Argentina, because the Alsherjargothi there appeared to be a decent fellow. In fact, I thought he was a father figure too. But, long story short, he was not what he appeared and betrayed the Hearth. I've practiced since finding my path at age 9 on my own, including using Surge in lieu of mead for rituals, if not cranberry juice, and was doing just fine on my own with the help of my mom, as she is fond of the Celtic pantheon and aligns with Druidism.
The issue with the blue-hairs and Wicca, and also Ásatrú is that they are multicultural, allowing faggots and blacks among their ranks. They do not believe in a religion of the blood (which, oddly enough, is what the true definition of National Socialism is). Did you know that Shinto Japan was the first to acknowledge the legitimacy of the Odinic Rite as a religion by the Aryan Race, for the Aryan Race? That's the same reason the Great One respected Japan. He recognised how similar we are to them and their high regard for honour. Shinto is a purely Japanese religion, by the Japanese, for the Japanese. As such, it is a religion of the blood. The Chinese, Taiwanese, Koreans, Vietnamese etc don't adhere to it. It's purely Japanese, as Wotanism is purely Aryan.
As to personified deities, they are simply the personification of Nature herself in a way that we can best understand it.
If I'm honest, I don't believe we're alone in the universe at all either, though I'm not going to thumb my nose at the idea of the paranormal. Like yourself, I'm open to the possibility that it may exist, so, I certainly don't think you're crazy in the least. I'm afraid I myself need to look deeper into Cosmotheism before forming a precise view of it. From what I understand so far, it appears to be something which can at least work in congruency with Wotanism.

That's really awesome that you've been to the Mothman Museum! I've always wanted to go to it and the festival but have never had the opportunity.
Indeed, Indrid Cold is a peculiar mystery. It's definitely nerve-rattling to think that he may be a creature from another world. A Mothman Black IPA? I enjoy IPAs, especially the smell, though I don't drink very much. That sounds wonderful! Don Knotts was born there in Charleston, I believe. Definitely know him as Barney Fife. I first saw him in one of the Scooby Doo Movies as a little kid and he sort of creeped me out back then, not gonna lie.
Sorry to hear about your mom running off. Families rarely seem to stay together these days for one reason or another. From what I witnessed in university taking pointless classes studying them (please don't ask why), they are supposed to be a matriarchal culture, but yes, they have nothing to be proud of. They're mongrels that even Amerindians despise. It's definitely because my mom is a White woman. Perhaps they hate White women because their own females look like trolls or orcs? And when they get old, they look like Danny Devito.
You're quite welcome! I'll stick around for sure and I'll consider applying for membership with the NA. It would be lovely to find a niche to fit in and be surrounded by true and proper Nationalist men and women.

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