Everything fun and good about "Christmas" comes from Yuletide. If you take the Yuletide elements from Christmas what do you have? I don't think it's too odd, the ancient European Christians held Christianity very loosely and kept a lot of their older traditions, which was against what the bible teaches:AryanHamster88 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:58 pmThe 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.
The people took the parts of Christianity they liked, added their own mix to it, and disregarded the parts they didn't. Also I believe a lot of the laymen didn't have access to the bible at all in older times, but it was usually the clergy who interpreted it to them.Jeremiah 10:2-4
2 Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.
3 For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.
4 They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.
I agree with that, I don't think he was very hateful at all. Stern and protective at times, but that's as it should be. Millennials are a mixed bag. I feel like there are 2 sets of Millennials, the ones at our age and a few years older and the younger millennials, the younger are very hard to be around in my opinion. I think Gen Z may be even worse. A Rabbi in Iceland? Eh, I guess it doesn't hurt them to spread the tendrils wherever they can.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.
FDR could've been a Jew as a you say, there's many branches in between 5th cousins. I don't even know any of mine. I think the farthest I personally know are 3rd cousins? I have a young blonde-haired blue-eyed second cousin that mated with a Dominican and has a very unfortunate looking mestizo/negro looking baby. Our genes seem to be completely swallowed every time. I can't imagine having a child that doesn't resemble me in the slightest. It disgusts me, but it wouldn't do any good to tell her so.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.
Thank you. Don't give up. I have a girl friend she's a several months younger than me, but works extremely hard is paying her own house and even she is having a really hard time finding a serious partner. She's bright, a very nice girl and pretty, but it's hard out there in the dating world. Too many losers that waste your time, and too many people who don't even want to have a future as a family. I never would give up hope though, we can't. White people don't have that luxury, we must press on. I understand taking a break and not actively looking, everyone gets tired for awhile.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). I was at the point where I never wanted to own another phone as long as I lived as I absolutely dreaded receiving a text. 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.
Even though racial awareness is a turn off to many it is still ideal to find that rare racially aware partner therefore worth potentially turning away the wrong type. AT LEAST a girl who's disgusted by race-mixing is a minimum, she must have a healthy bit of racial survival at least. Other advanced parts of the struggle can be learned to appreciate later.
Well, as far as that goes you have to be receptive friend it may be the right girl coming your way. Just make sure you vet her carefully as best you can and if she seems correct, give it a shot. You'll get better at recognizing the wrong types along the way, trust me I've been there done that. PS. I'm gonna delete some of your post because that's very private stuff and I don't want you to feel embarrassed although I appreciate you being so open with me. I am also a very open person and I have to watch how much I divulge. Feel free to talk to me about it in PM though if you want to get it off your chest, I just don't want EVERYONE in the open board to see it.
I'm sorry to hear that. That unfortunately is one of the problems with "people-led" religions. Cosmotheism stands on it's own.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.
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?
I did not. Do you believe the Japanese committed all the atrocities and experiments on the Chinese, or do you think that was more false propaganda?
There are three parts of the teaching of Cosmotheism: The Path, On Living Things, On SocietyI'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.
This is one of my favorite speeches by Pierce about Cosmotheism: https://video.natall.com/dr-william-pie ... he-future/
The Museum is tiny, but it has some one of a kind Mothman type souvenirs, it also has a lot of memorabilia from the Richard Gere movie. I don't drink at all these days, but I used to like it anyways. I don't find any harm with beer in moderation. I'm breastfeeding though, so it's a no-go. My aunt who I visit up there is about 40 mins or so from Charleston, I pass it all the time going to her house. Hahaha, Don Knotts could be certainly considered creepy looking, I think it's his droopy face.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.
It's ok, she was unfaithful like your dad and she never was a very good mother anyways. We don't talk anymore these days. Both sets of my grandparents have been married for life so far. That's good news. I also have aunts and uncles that have managed to stay together! There's hope. I'm assuming you were just trying to get through an elective lol. Yes, they get so unfortunate looking when they're older, it's sad. Don't let him be mean to your mama. She sounds priceless. I would probably throw his ass out of her house at least until he can behave himself, no matter how mad that makes my sister.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.