In order for there to be any way forward, in order for us to grow, we must know from whence and for what reasons the current predicaments of the world and more specifically those that bale Europe, emerged. The issues in question do not bear repeating and I don’t wish to patronise my readership in doing so, other than to summarise them briefly as leftism, centrism, the bourgeoisie conservativism of Jacob Rees Mogg and Nigel Farage (which ultimately only seeks to conserve and still a particular moment in time rather than to uphold any penial lperennial values), rabid consumerism, alt-rightism as characterised by Milo Jewannopolous and Jordan Peterzion, and the atheistic, Nietzschean Nazism and skinhead ideology which may be described as national socialism (often Christian nationalists) and is mostly prominently manifested in the United Kingdom by the EDL, Britain First and the National Front.
Jonathan Bowden, one of the only true intellectuals
of recent times within the British nationalist movement.
Bowden died in 2012 after a mental breakdown and resulting
cardiac arrest. 
It is important also to provide a foreword on the genesis also of Christian ethics and an absolute morality that is founded in religious scripture. In pre-Christian Europe, morals were considered separate in some ways from higher powers, and were rather reasoned to in a secular manner, usually through a utilitarian philosophy that is justified through the idea of reincarnation. Rather than a list of “thou shalt not” instructions, pagan morality was rooted in the concept of a “greater good” in which the action that would cause the most good or least harm for an individual and also for their descendants (who were seen as being one spiritual entity, only physically separated) was chosen. Ergo, pagan morality demanded a level of intellect and intuition which was done away with for the most part after Christianization, replaced with a rigid cut-and-paste set of rules. Immanuel Kant was one of the first philosophers in the pre-Christian era to add intuition to his Christian faith and to rationalise the commandments and provide them with a logical foundation.
Kant, in the way he rationalised his moral foundation, can be seen as a one of the first secularists in that he divorced his morality from his theism. However, when Christianity collapsed at the end of the 19th century, Christian morals began to be perceived as a lie along with the Old Testament teachings; this, however, was the fundamental and foundational mistake. People had not been adequately trained in rationalising their moral foundation, and when their system of morals which was built on their list of commandments was questioned, people were lost. 

“All our knowledge begins with the senses,
proceeds then to the understanding,
and ends with reason. There is nothing higher than reason.”
Immanuel Kant, 1724-1804

Liberalism in its present form originated as hedonism (along with an ill-fated attempt to formulate a form of secular morality) filled the vacuum left by the collapse of Christianity at the end of the 19th century which was inevitable, but accelerated by thinkers such as Charles Darwin. Scientific thinkers finally uncovered the lies that Middle Eastern religions were built on about the age of the Earth, evolution, creation and a worldwide flood, not to mention the linguistic evidence which demonstrated it was impossible that all languages diverged from the Tower of Babel 3000 years ago given the tremendous number of inscriptions which prove the contrary.

Liberalism, for a brief time, attempted to manifest itself alongside the guise of a secular morality as expressed by philosophers like Kant, which lasted in my view into the last 20th century (around the 1970s) before it was swiftly abandoned after the realisation of its irrationality; the mess that resulted from the collapse of secular morality and thus the final descent into nihilism (whose seed was planted by the modernist Nietzsche whom Julius Evola reviled) can be seen manifest in the Goth, emo, pseudosatanic, rave, hooligan and even skinhead subulture. The “Nazi skinhead” subculture which had its day in the 1970s and 80s, and the relics which still survive and I fear may begin to constitute a large proportion of my readers, is not inherently traditionalist, right wing or moralist at all, and only seeks (or sought) to use racial ideology as a vehicle for its own nihilism and racial violence and abuse as a narcissistic fetishism with which to glorify the self image rather than in the interest of preserving or upholding a form of perennial wisdom or the value of tradition. There may be exceptions, but I am yet to meet one. The garden variety black, white or otherwise racial supremacist is merely a narcissist.
Baron Julius Cesare Andrea Evola;
20th century traditionalist philosopher.

I will return to the concept of the “hooligan right” in a later article, as for progress to be made within nationalism the complete annihilation of this subculture is necessary. I will simply summarise the important next step in nationalist politics with the following quote by former BNP culture officer Jonathan Bowden: “Truthfully, in this age those with intellect have no courage and those with some modicum of physical courage have no intellect. If things are to alter during the next fifty years then we must re-embrace Byron’s ideal: the cultured thug.”

There was a gap of around half a century between the collapse of Christianity in its true form (if anything about Christianity can be described as true) and the legalisation of paganism in 1955; it was also several years before pagan ideology was reconstructed into a form in which it could be practiced with historical accuracy, for accurate resources to begin to be produced and for the prejudice associated with the adoption of one’s ancestral religion to have largely dissipated.

During this time, the seeds of the “Rock and Roll” movement, the suffragette movement which enslaved women in masculinity, and the advent of democracy were sown which released the floodgates to a hedonistic and narcissistic world view driven by Hebrew capitalism and opposed by an equally blind system of Marxism. which at its core is equally atheistic and hence can result in nothing more than unjustified “morality” (somewhat of an oxymoron) which can temporarily prop up a society, and will inevitably result in chaos.

There may have been an opportunity during this small dark age in order to stem the flow of nihilism and to reinstitute a pagan system of morality, which is as I have discussed rooted in utilitarianism but incorporates but is not reliant upon a sense of theism, but that opportunity was lost and is now long gone as far as any mainstream escape from the endless decadence is concerned.

Philosophers who adopted secular moralism (such as Immanuel Kant) did their best to rationalise and intellectualise morality, but failed to understand that a rationality of absolute morality needed one essential characteristic in order to function: Absolute submission. To what or to whom is a question for this individual, but this conformity either to the self, to a God or to an ideology is the only way to create a personal view of an absolute right and wrong, and for a general system of right and wrong an absolute submission from the general populace towards this ideology.

Of course, in the 21st century we are conditioned to resist the concept of submission to anything other than our desires and pleasures, and the concept of dedicating oneself solely to something higher, more detached and more divine than oneself is considered completely alien and unattractive.

Appealing to modernist, and thus hedonistic yet not purely nihilistic sensibilities, I can only do my best to motivate you the reader towards submission from the perspective of providing a materialistic or physical reward. This reward, on the face of it, can appeal to the natural human instinct for the provision of community values and thus utilitarianism that is inherent in all but the psychopathic. A system of submission to perceived divine ideals ultimately will result in a more fruitful and happy society (or societies), even if it means the sacrifice of the individual in order to achieve this, but it is important to understand that this ought not to be the highest of motivations and that a desire to fulfil one’s Dharma, higher ordained purpose within a system, and to do so consistently and unconditionally, ought to be the very highest of ideals.

“Liberalism” is the complete antithesis of the concept of Dharma, and Dharma can have no place in liberalism as a result. Whilst Dharma requires absolute submission to the self and to higher values, liberalism expects a complete separation from the self and a sense of morality. The very concept of morality in of itself is anti-liberal, and is perceived as a constraining factor prevention the degradation of the self, the self and all associated with it again being perceived as a constricting vehicle preventing true liberation. This is the idea pushed by communist nutcases like David Icke who push the idea that a sense of self is irrational and unhealthy and that until our consciousness “evaporates” we are in some manner enslaved.
Enoch Powell, conservative PM; a rare patriot.

However, this concept that to be anti-moral, and ergo against the will of the self is in some manner beneficial makes the assumption that to be held to these values is in some way painful or degenerative. I make the argument on the contrary that in actuality a separation from what we perceive as reality and from the morals which generate pleasure for ourselves and our descendants is in actuality degenerative and that a feeling of ultimate attachment, rather than a complete detachment, ought to be the divine ideal.

Whilst of course it is true that a sense of morality, of identity and of self does enslave, one has to ask the question of liberalism and anti-identitarianism: If one has to be enslaved to something either way, why not pick a kind master?

This may come across as no more than a mere ramble, but I hope it was useful for some and acted as educational material to some degree. I will be sure to expand on this topic in future. I will leave you, dear reader, with a few quotes of encouragement.

“Neither pleasure nor pain should enter as motives when one must do what must be done.” Baron Julius Cesare Andre Evola 

“Deeds will not be less valiant because they are unpraised.” John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

 “Socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy. Its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” Winston Churchill

“Independence, the freedom of a self-governing nation, is in my estimation the highest political good, for which any disadvantage, if need be, and any sacrifice are a cheap price.” Enoch Powell

Until next time, Heil Europa! Heil og saell!

I want to start a series on Celtic paganism off on a simple note. The concepts of morality, philosophy and spirituality are I believe more elaborately concealed within the fragments of the lore of the Celtic people than any other European culture. Due to a Christianization, and thus perversion of the source material in question, the myths, it is at times difficult to decipher what is original, what is added and what is a mix of both. However, I felt a simple but none the less interesting place to start was with the Celtic concept of a “Salmon of Knowledge” which features in a number of Celtic myths and also the concept of the sacred hazel tree and its fruit.

I hope that you the reader will be understanding when I say that in order to grasp the content of the following article, it will be helpful to have a prior base understanding of mythology and indeed the deeper meaning behind mythology before we delve even further in this article. To summarise, European mythology and indigenous religion is all about enlightenment through rebirth and thus an achievement of eternal life through an enduring Hamingja, historical honour, which echoes down the ages and enables the possessor of honour to live on through the blood of their descendants and the soil of their people.

One notion it is important to understand about the European worldview and the way our ancestors viewed the world is that they believed that knowledge and experience could be gained through the observation of natural phenomena. In the case of a salmon, observing the seasonal movements of the fish tell us an interesting tale of life, courtship, struggle, strife, genetic perfection, death and return.

The salmon is one of the most noble fish in the animal kingdom, and has a symbolism that indeed indicates wisdom and is reflective of the European worldview on life, death and loyalty. The salmon is hatched in fresh water, normally in a calm river or stream. They then make their way up into the ocean and return to the exact same spot in which they were born to mate and then die, which is known as the salmon run and represents the cycle of rebirth that a human is also supposed to undertake, but has forgotten for reasons I have explained in other articles.

Salmon, in a manner of sorts, also have their own system of eugenics in which, just as in pre-Christian Europe, only the strongest, around 10% of spawned salmon, survive to adolescence, and even fewer to an age wherein they are mature enough to reproduce when they return from the sea. They are also one of the more homogenous (IE uniform in appearance, lacking any visible variation, speciation and impurity) of animal species. I personally find a beauty in their uniformity which may have not gone unnoticed by the Celtic people. I have included two videos which demonstrate natural selection at work in the salmon’s ecosystem, one which is initiated by their contact with predators, something we can learn from salmon ridiculously, as we have become scared of the prospect of predators and have instead of respecting them decided to remove them from our ecosystem (Wolves and megafauna being a prime example) and secondly a form of natural selection initiated by the salmon itself in the form of a male altercation over territory and mating rights, another trait lost in modern humans. Instead of the strongest or the most intelligent of males being chosen, in humans the most submissive male (IE systemically compliant) male is most commonly selected, at least by those female who have adopted male characteristics due to their own inverted sense of systemic compliance to the perversion of nature.

The noble salmon returns to its native land, at all costs.

Interestingly, salmon will always try to return to the place of their birth, sometimes along a completely different route to the one they left with, which would have been of great curiosity to our ancestors, who also made pilgrimages to the lands of their ancestors in order to recall the memories of their past lives when they were their ancestors. This is an instinct that despite over a millennia of Judeo-Christian conditioning and genocide, which has attempted to teach us that pilgrimage is not necessary and is in actuality irrational, being unnecessary for the purposes of enlightenment or “salvation”, we have never lost and still feel an urge to undergo pilgrimage. Irish American people often revisit the country of their ancestors because it “feels right” to do so, same with Australians, Kiwis and the rest of the European diaspora. Places we never been to but our ancestors have will often feel like home because they present to us a form of residual memory imprinted within the pineal gland in Asgard, the high seat of the soul, which echoes down the ages and waits to be released.

In much the same way, we now know that salmon can find their way back to the place of their birth to spawn the next generation (after one to four years of maturing at sea) due to an exceedingly good sense of smell and the detection of the “smell of home”. So, logically speaking, each generation of salmon will be born in the same place as its ancestors generation after generation after generation, a practice that mirrored that of our ancestors. Through the practice of remembering former lives, it was understood that prior gained honor and experience could be collected in order to create a cumulative spiritual power acquired over countless generations, which would give each person a greater spiritual and mental age and a sense of maturity even when one was physically still a child. This still happens today but to a smaller degree. Have you ever met a child that acted like or even at least wanted to act like an adult or older person or a younger member of the family that reminded you of an older relative, even one that had physically died?

When children are between the ages of around 3 and 10, they go through a phase of selecting role models and heroes that they will imitate; sometimes this is a family member, sometimes it is a character from a story, or, the Gods forbid, it is a degenerative sensationalist celebrity they have discovered over the Jewish-funded media. These heroes, if you will, fill the void left by pre-Christian religion in which an ancestor was chosen to be this hero. This is a practice still employed in some Slavic nations, where on a child’s “Name day” they will choose a name, usually that of an ancestor, to serve alongside their first name and to be employed during certain circumstances and ceremonies, and also to serve as a form of spiritual protection. The age at which a child has their “name day” can be anywhere between 7 and 13. Ironically, name days are probably the origin of the Jewish Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebrations, the age at which a Jew supposedly becomes responsible for their own actions, a phenomena I am yet to see occur.

Salmon in the Celtic mythos and in other European folklore:

In Celtic mythology, a lake at the bottom of the “Otherworld”, the land of the Fomorii (Celtic equivalent of the jötunn) that can only now be accessed by portals in nature, is encircled by 9 hazelnut trees. Within the lake are salmon who eat of the hazelnuts that fall from the 9 sacred trees. Whoever eats these salmon gain perfect knowledge and judgement.

The sanctity of the hazel tree in mythology and post-Christian folklore:

I have already written as well as referenced in depth the religious and metaphysical significance of the tree in article 11: Óðinn’s hanging and the symbolism of Yggdrasil. Briefly summarizing, I discussed that the tree can represent the various ways in which the Óð can branch out and manifest itself in the physical realm; ergo, skill branches out, families and connection branch out into “family trees” and networks, and also the tree can represent enduring power that grows over time. Certain particularly conspicuous trees would have been centerpieces to a community and were the central point around which a lot of naming ceremonies and remembrance rituals were performed, as seeing a familiar tree in this present life may have been a trigger for the recollection of experiences around it in previous lives, which is one of the reasons that trees. as well as other distinctive natural phenomena, were extremely revered along with the possessions of one’s ancestors.

It would be fitting to write an entire tome on the long and lustrous history of the hazel tree and its connection to European, and particularly Celtic identity, I will concede to simply mentioning the reasons for why it has been deemed sacred, which in summary is because of just how widely used it was in the pre Christian world and also for its health benefits and utility.

The sanctity in particular of the hazel tree, though, also comes from its high degree of utility in medicine, as a staple food, and as a building material among other things. The concept of sacred hazel trees is likely to be imbued within the history of the use of hazel wood and the fruit of the tree: the hazel nut. In British and Irish folklore, many traditional folk remedies for headaches, joint pain, adder bites and more which may be considered witchcraft incorporate either the wood of a hazel tree or involve the patient consuming hazel nuts. The hazel was one of three most revered trees to the Celts, a trinity which also included the apple tree for its beauty and the oak for its strength. These trees may have been used also as a kind of shrine known as an Irminsul around which ceremonies were conducted.

In the middle ages, witches, an early group of pagan reconstructionists who attempted to keep alive traditions which had been highly persecuted, used hazel for the purposes of water divining. In water divining, and indeed divining for other purposes, a Y shaped rod was constructed from hazel which was said to move in the direction of the substance that the individual was trying to detect; though their efficacy is very much debatable, their use is symptomatic of the vague remembrance of  centuries gone by in which hazel was used for true religious purposes. Martin Luther listed divining rods as a violation of the Jewish commandment against witchcraft. If turning water into wine, having a child as a virgin and manifesting food out of thin air isn’t classified as witchcraft, I don’t know what is.

In the medieval era, creating a crucifix out of hazel was also considered to be a way of curing the ails of an adder bite in England, which serves to indicate a vague though incorrect recollection of the true medicinal values of hazel which were known in pre-Christian times. Back when hazel was a staple food source, its consumption was renowned for producing fertility and at weddings in Britain up until a few hundred years ago an old relative would gift the bride with a basket of hazel nuts on her wedding day to bless her with the gift of many babies. The modern science supports the “magical” properties of hazelnut, as well as all nuts, in aiding in fertility. Nuts of all kinds contain essential fatty acids like Omega 3 and 6, which promote regular ovulation and healthy growth of the unborn child.

For this very reason, hazelnuts were carried in pockets, put on window ledges and also worn as jewelry as a talisman of their pro-fertility properties.

As I also previously mentioned, hazel wood is an ideal building material for ornaments (which would often times be religious in the pre-Christian age, before the silly idea that constructing images of one’s role models is evil), protective structures like fences and borders (as remember, the native soil is of spiritual value), and druidic equipment such as wands and staffs, which warrant an article all of their own. A strong mead can also be made from hazelnut and was considered to bestow divine wisdom and poetic inspiration, in much the same vain as the figurative mead Óðroerer in Norse mythology which was so highly sought after by Óðinn, the giants and the dwarves, made from the blood of the wisest of the Gods, Kvasir, who was born of the spit of all of the Gods put together.

A beautiful hazel tree grove. Nature is the true antidepressant; get off your pills, this is the only haze you need! 

The meaning behind the 9 trees:

A beautiful image by Alan Lee of the scene in
the Lord of the Rings, Fellowship of the ring
where Gildor Inglorion meets the Hobbits. The
idea of a kind of “Otherworld” that exists within
forests where all manner of supernatural creatures
reside is a highly Celticizied one that eventually
found its way into the traditional British folklore
which undoubtedly inspired Tolkien’s writing more
profoundly than he was willing to admit. Tolkien
once said of Celtic mythology “I do know Celtic
 things (many in their original languages Irish and Welsh),
and feel for them a certain distaste: largely for their
fundamental unreason.  They have bright colour, but are like a
broken stained glass window reassembled without design.
They are in fact ‘mad’ as your reader says—but I don’t believe I am.”

I believe that the significance of their specifically being 9 trees either may be coincidental or a distant relative of the concept which also spawned that of the 9 realms of the world tree Yggdrasil in Norse mythology, where each realm symbolises an aspect of the conscious or unconscious Óð, or “life force, the word from which the name of the God  also originates. Below is a brief summary of the aspects of Óð which are symbolized by each of the 9 worlds:

  • Svartalfjeim, realm of the dwarves, symbolises avarice, decadence and materialism (not necessarily in a negative sense, by the way),
  • Jotunheim, realm of the giants, symbolizes primal, animalistic power and resilience.
  • Alfheim, realm of the elves, signifies purity, innocence and aesthetic beauty.
  • Asgard, realm of the Aesir family of Gods, symbolizes justice, piety and wisdom.
  • Helheim signifies mortality, sickness and death.
  • Vanaheim, realm of the Vanir Gods, signifies fertility, foresight and excellence in much the same way as Asgard, though the distinction in concept may have been more detectable before scripture was inevitably destroyed and/or forgotten.
  • Muspelheim, realm of fire and land of the fire giants, signifies the positive and productive channelling of fury, strength of construction and creative potential.
  • Nifleheim, realm of the mist, signifies brooding, virility and foresight amongst other things, though the concepts of Muspelheim, Hel and Nifleheim appear to be conflated in the extant texts and may refer to the same realm or aspect of the mind. 


The concept of the salmon of knowledge eating the fruits of the 9 trees of Óð is in some ways reminscent of Óðinn’s learning of the runes which were provided to him by various sources including the dwarves, jotunn, and elves when he “hung from the wind-rocked tree”, a concept I have written a separate article on.

All of these are aspects of the human experience and one may argue that allegorically speaking us human beings ought to, and indeed must eat from the fruits of the many facets of Brahman/the eternal in all of its forms in order to become a complete and fully ascended being.

In Summary:

I believe the mythology is instructing us to be as the salmon: homogenous, loyal and free.

But then again, this is only my personal reconstruction which is ultimately as good as anybody else’s, given that Ireland was one of the earlier parts of Europe to be Christianized and as a result was one of the first cultures to be genocided.

The combination of symbolisms, the holy salmon symbolising the capacity for rebirth and the hazelnut symbolising knowledge, experience and Druidic power, is just one example of the many nuggets left to us by the Celtic people that have existed into the modern day. It is my belief that the symbolism is at a deeper level suggesting that a necessary component of rebirth, and thus eternal life,  is the attainment of the understanding of the process, and an attainment of the fruits of knowledge that ensure that Hamingja, the honour, can reverberate through the ages and is not forgotten. The symbolism instructs us that it is necessary to revisit the places we have been in former lives in order for rebirth to be successful, just like the salmon. There is likely even more depth to the allegory than I personally can deduce, and that’s where you can come in. Branch out from the trunk of the spiritual tree that I have grown for you, and take this as a starting point to learn more and let me know in a comment if you come across any other interesting interpretations so that we can cross-pollinate each others’ tree of knowledge!

I will leave you with some parting verses from one of my favourite Gaelic songs: Óro sé do bheatha bhaile:

Sa Ghaeilge bhunaidh:

Sé do bheatha, a bhean ba léanmhar
do bé ár gcreach tú bheith i ngéibhinn
do dhúiche bhreá i seilbh meirleach
‘s tú díolta leis na Gallaibh.

Óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
óró, sé do bheatha bhaile
anois ar theacht an tsamhraidh.

Tá Gráinne Mhaol ag teacht thar sáile
óglaigh armtha léi mar gharda,
Gaeil iad féin is ní Francaigh ná Spáinnigh
‘s cuirfidh siad ruaig ar Ghallaibh.

In English:

Hail, oh woman, who was so afflicted,
It was our ruin that you were in chains,
Our fine land in the possession of thieves…
While you were sold to the foreigners!

Oh-ro, welcome home
Oh-ro, welcome home
Oh-ro, welcome home
Now that summer’s coming!

Gráinne Mhaol is coming over the sea,
Armed warriors as her guard,
Only Gaels are they, not French nor Spanish…
and they will rout the foreigners!

In Havamal, a poem recounted within Snorri Sturluson’s Poetic Edda, Óðinn tells that he stabbed himself with a spear and hung on a tree for nine nights, not eating or drinking, in order to attain the knowledge of the runes which are
gifted to him by various characters from the races of men, elves, dwarves and Jottun.

This is a passage that originally caused me great confusion and cost a great amount of Óð, energy, to decode. This expenditure of effort is not at all, however, a bad thing as the staff attainment of knowledge tastes most sweet when it feels deserved and an individual who cannot decode knowledge independently is not capable of any more than imitation of what came before. In saying this, and in the spirit of the philosophy “seek and your shall find”, I believe it appropriate to bolster the limited resources available for decoding the mythology and elaborating on scant information I have found elsewhere, compiling it into something more readable and cohesive, and to help you to help yourself.

“Wait, is that a picture of Gan…”
No, it isn’t, its a picture of  Óðinn, but pagan mythology
heavily inspired the writings of Mr Tolkien. Nearly all of the
characters in Tolkien’s books have similair names to those found
in pagan religion somewhere or another.

There are many different views over such a short passage, ranging from one extreme to another and encompassing a variety of topics; I have read interpretations of this text in which Óðinn is referred to as a kind of pagan ascetic who tortures himself purposefully to come closer to death and thus have a kind of “near death experience”. As much as I admire the creativity of such an interpretation, I believe this interpretation to be no more than coincidental in regards to the original meaning of the text. I will here present my own view, which is subject to change if I find another alternative to be more likely.

So, what is Óðinn’s ‘hanging really all about? Here is an extract from the relevant text in Old Norse and then modern English:

Snorri’s Poetic Edda, Havamal 137-138:

Old Norse:

Veit ec at ec hecc vindga meiði anetr allar nío,geiri vndaþr oc gefinn Oðni,sialfr sialfom mer,a þeim meiþi, er mangi veit, hvers hann af rótom renn.Við hleifi mic seldo ne viþ hornigi,nysta ec niþr,nam ec vp rvnar,opandi nam,fell ec aptr þaðan.

English:

I understand that I hung on the windy tree, Hung there for a full nine nights; With the spear I was wounded, and offered I was, to Óðinn, myself to myself, On the tree that none may know what root beneath it runs. None made me happy with a loaf or horn,And there below I looked;I took up the runes, shrieking I took them, And forthwith back I fell.

Beginning with etymology:

As I will make abundantly clear in every article I write which focuses on mythology and religion, I want to ensure that you the reader have a substantial understanding of the etymology, the origin of the terms used within our religion, before we begin to piece together the myths themselves, as without the correct tools, one cannot possibly build the structure that they wish to. Here are a lit of etymologies of terms we will need in this article:

Óðinn: Willpower/Spirit, or more accurately “will in action/will in movement”. The word Óð means the soul.

Yggdrasil: Yggr (deathly/sleepy), drosull (steed).
Dwarf: From proto-Germanic *dweurg, meaning “deceiver”.
Elf: from proto Indo European *althaz, meaning “pure”.
Jotunn: From proto Indo European *etunaz, meaning “of large appetite”.
Asgard: From As, meaning “spirit”, and Gard, meaning “home”
Dvalin: Idleness, lack of action

Daïn: Death or deep sleep
Bölþorn: meaning “thorn of misfortune” is the maternal grandfather of Óðinn.
Asviđr: From As, meaning spirit, and vidr, meaning “forest”, “tree” or “woodland”.

The main message behind Óðinn’s hanging:

The tree of life represents the female placenta, the organ that grows within a woman during pregnancy which has veins that spread out in the shape of an Oak. Óðinn represents the spirit, the life force, the enduring energy which permeates all of humanity and is actualized through will; it is similar to the Hindu concept of Prana. The word Óð even means the energy of the self. Ergo, in the poem Havamal, the spirit recounts its torture on the tree, the placenta, on which it hangs for nine long days, the nine months of pregnancy.

“Myself to myself” of course refers to the sense of circular time within pre-Christian theology and central Heathen tenet of reincarnation. Óðinn, or the figure who manifests as him and writes this poem (acting almost as a Messiah figure) is recounting the events of his former life, and how the will of Spirit, translated as Óðinn, is spent in each life on Yggdrasil, the spiritual tree, before it returns
again.

Óðinn also recounts that he has been here before, that he will learn the runes, drink from Oðroerir (the “soul stirrer” symbolised by a cup of mead but likely representing breast milk) and then he will slip back again into darkness, a continual process that extends as far as we know. Odinn was hanging on the tree, the placenta, for nine nights. Notice that it does not say “days and nights”? This is because in the darkness of the womb there is nothing but night, and a healthy pregnancy lasts for a full nine months on the tree.

The spear represents the umbilical chord which is “stabbed” through the unborn child while it is on the tree. During pregnancy, a child does not consume food or drink, and hence is “not provided with a loaf or horn”. Shrieking into life, the newly born child takes the runes (Rune translating into English loosely as “spell” or “secret”) as they learn throughout their life.

Finally, the stanza ends by saying “forthwith back, I fell” to symbolise that once the runes (life skills and wisdom) are learnt, Óðinn, the spirit, returns back to the womb and the process begins again.

Snorri’s Poetic Edda, Havamal, 139-142:

The placenta, tree of life, Yggdrasil.
Complete with Gungnir spear (umbilical chord)

Nine mighty songs I learned from the great
son of Bölþorn, Bestla’s father;
I drank a measure of the wondrous mead,
with the Soulstirrer’s drops I was showered.

Ere long I bare fruit, and throve full well,
I grew and waxed in wisdom;
word following word, I found me words,
deed following deed, I wrought deeds.

Hidden Runes shalt thou seek and interpreted signs,
many symbols of might and power,
by the great Singer painted, by the high Powers fashioned,
graved by the Utterer of gods.

For the Æsier engraved Óđinn, for elves engraved Daïn,
Dvalin the dawdler for dwarfs,
Ásviðr for Jötunns, and I myself,
engraved some for the sons of men.

Some “scholars” have suggested that the the brother of Bestla whom Ódinn learns from is Mimir, Odinn’s bodyless uncle who lives at the bottom of Yggdrasil. However, the idea that the brother of Bestla whom Óðinn learns from could be Mimir is ridiculous when a basic study of the genealogy is employed. Mimir is the brother of Borr, Óðinn’s father, and thus is Óðinn’s uncle on his father’s side, so how then could he also be Óðinn’s uncle on his mother’s side? This hypothesis is completely nonsensical.

Though subject to change, it is my personal hypothesis that since the name Bestla comes from the word “bark” and that the bark is the daughter of the thorn, Óðinn (the spirit) learns nine important lessons from nature itself, and also drinks the mead known as Óðroerir, “soul stirrer”, which I hypothesise to refer to breast milk drank in the younger years when the spirit returns to life.

Throughout his life, the speaker bears spiritual fruit and blossoms like the tree that he learnt from, symbolised by Bölþorn. All human beings, at least in pagan times, were encourage to think of themselves as a tree, continually growing and branching out into new direction and bearing fruit for the nourishment of others. “Word following word”, IE learning from the words of others, the speaker wrought words of his own, “deed following deed”, IE learning from the actions of others, the speaker learns action.

Stanza 141 commands the reader to seek out secrets and hidden signs in order to improve their knowledge throughout life. 

In Stanza 142, as I will continually keep making extremely clear, utilisation of the etymology to find the root concepts behind the scripture again becomes extremely important, as well as a prior readjng of the material I wrote in article 10 about the chakras, Kundalini and Yggdrasil. 
One of the words for dwarf in Norse is svartalf, meaning dark elf. They live in Svartalfheimr near the bottom of Yggdrasil, meaning at a basic level of human consciousness, unlike the white elves, the dark elves/dwarves are ugly, swarthy and decrepid and are continually fixated with riches; the proto-Germanic root word *dweurg is hypothesises to mean “deceivers” and indeed sleep disturbances in the middle ages were often attributed to the behaviours of dwarves.

Freyja with the dwarves, the astral Untermenschen.
In Norse mythology, dwarves are nearly always
portrayed negatively, the idea of dwarves as having
overly positive characteristics was more or less invented
by J.R.R. Tolkien, who although portraying them as
stubborn and rude, portrayed them as reliable, strong
and courageous, traits not attributed in the original
myths.

I don’t wish to elaborate on the racialist aspects of heathenry in this article but will cover it in depth in future as it will become tangential.

So, as understanding the different realms on Yggdrasil/in life not merely as the placenta but as realms of consciousness, the dwarves symbolise those who live on a lower level of self actualisation, with the elves and Vanir displaying good levels of righteousness, and the Æsir being completely righteous living in Asgard/enlightenment.
The runes (synonymous with the Gunas, spiritual properties in Hinduism) that the soul learns are taken from each of the realms of consciousness or from each race of beings, symbolising that throughout life we acquire both virtues and weaknesses. From the dwarves, the metaphysical Untermenschen, comes Dvalin, which translates as an inability or unwillingness to act, an aimless inactivity. Although the runes/skill provided by inactivity/Dvalin are not in of themselves negative, they are of a much poorer spiritual quality than the others but are still gifts. From the elves, who are mostly virtuous, Óđinn is granted runes by Daïn, which translates as restfulness/sleep or even death, or at the very must subtle it ought to mean a state in which one feels dead but is not. 
The gift of sleep is considered good, and why should it not be? Have you ever had a dream that gave you new ideas, jnspiration or expanded the way that you think, IE your consciousness? We all have and so did our ancestors who wrote Havamal. 
Finally, the Jötunn Ásviðr provides Óðinn with knowledge; it is quite possibly the same giant that is Bestla’s uncle from earlier in the poem whom Óðinn learns songs from. Again, we must delve into the etymology. Ás, singular of God or spirit, and viðr, which means forest. The greatest gifts of knowledge that the soul received were the gifts of the spirit of the forest, which is interesting, as Jotunheimir, the realm of the giants, is to be found on the same level of Yggdrasil as Svartalfheim, which may warrant a deeper dissection of the metaphysics in later articles. 
To finish, the author grants that he has in his life carved runes of his own for the sons of men, which we all should,and I hope I am doing now.

Additional subliminal meanings (to be expanded in later articles):

As we touched upon in Article 9, the tree Yggdrasil is likely also, as well as symbolising the placenta, an elegant metaphor for the Kundalini, the electromagnetic system that dictates human thought and emotion. One can be said to move further up the tree (tree of knowledge) as one approaches enlightenment and purity (the word Elf coming from *altaz, meaning white or pure).

Logically speaking, for an individual to hang themselves from a tree they must first reach the top of this tree, IE complete enlightenment and purity, which is symbolised through Asgard. To complete the process of reaching the very top of the tree, Odin, the will and power of the spirit must be sacrificed, meaning symbolically that enlightenment is attained through the death of the spirit or the Óð.

Óðinn is more or less synonymous with the Hindu concept of Prana, and the Germanic word for willpower and life force was Óð.

The World Tree in other religious traditions:

Norse paganism is not the only pre-Christian tradition to utilise the symbolism of the world tree as a representation of planes of consciousness within the Universe/Brahman. It is also found within Hinduism as the holy fig tree Asvattha:

Yama while instructing Naciketa describes the eternal Asvattha tree with its root upwards and branches downwards, which is the pure immortal Brahman, in which all these worlds are situated, and beyond which there is nothing else (Katha Upanishad Verse II.vi.1):

Katha Upanishad, sixth Valli, verse 1:



This ancient Aswattha tree has its root above and branches below. That is pure, That is Brahman, That alone is called the Immortal. All the worlds rest in That. None goes beyond That. This verily is That. This verse indicates the origin of the tree of creation (the Samsara–Vriksha), which is rooted above in Brahman, the Supreme, and sends its branches downward into the phenomenal world. Heat and cold, pleasure and pain, birth and death, and all the shifting conditions of the mortal realm–these are the branches; but the origin of the tree, the Brahman, is eternally pure, unchanging, free and deathless. From the highest angelic form to the minutest atom, all created things have their origin in Him. He is the foundation of the universe. There is nothing beyond Him.

Krishna tells us that the Asvattha tree having neither end nor beginning nor stationariness whatsoever has its roots upwards and branches downwards whose branches are nourished by the Gunas and whose infinite roots spread in the form of action in the human world which though strong are to be cut off by the forceful weapon of detachment to seek the celestial abode from which there is no return:

Bhagavad Gita, chapter 15, verse 1 to 4:


In the original Sanskrit:

çrî bhagavån uvåca –
ürdhva-mülam adha˙ çåkham açvatthaµ pråhur avyayam
chandåµsi yasya par√åni yas taµ veda sa vedavit


adhaç cordhvaµ pras®tås tasya çåkhå
gu√a-prav®ddhå vißaya-pravålå˙
adhaç ca mülåny-anusantatåni
karmånubandhîni manußya-loke


na rüpam asyeha tathopalabhyate
nånto na cådir na ca samprati߆hå
açvattham enaµ suvirü∂ha-mülaµ
asa∫ga-çastre√a d®∂hena chittvå
tata˙ padaµ tat parimårgitavyaµ
yasmin gatå na nivartanti bhüya˙
tam eva cådyaµ purußaµ prapadye
yata˙ prav®tti˙ pras®tå purå√î

English:

Bhagavan Shri Krishna said: It has been told that there is an imperishable banyan tree that has its roots above, its branches below and its leaves are the Vedic mantras. One who knows this tree is the knower of the Vedas.

Some branches of this tree spread upwards and others grow downwards, nourished by the modes of nature. The twigs on the tree are the sense-objects, and the roots that extend downwards reach the human plane and are the cause of the binding activities of human society. [IE Nifelheim/Hel are not places, but facets of the unconscious mind and /or the c
onsciousness]

The form of this tree cannot be perceived in this world. Indeed, none can fully comprehend where the tree begins, where it ends, or where its foundation lies. One must cut down this strong-rooted banyan tree with the weapon of detachment and search out that place from which, once having gone, one never returns. One must take shelter of the Supreme Person, from whom all things have originated from time immemorial.

Hungarian religion:

In Hungarian shamanism, the tree Égig érő fa. The Égig érő fa is the tree which contains nine realms which can only be accessed by the shamans

The Hungarian religion is also the foundation of the “Princess in the Tower” fairy-tale stories that all European children have grown up on. In the original tales, which were devised thousands of years ago, the princess was in actuality held captive by a dragon in a tree, not a tower. As we understand from comparative mythology, the symbolism of the snake or dragon is found all over, including in the Jewish myth of the Garden of Eden, in which Eve is also tempted by a dragon/snake in a tree.

Therefore, it is easy to see that the dragon that lives within the world tree and kidnaps the princess is symbolic of unrighteousness and sin, and that the world tree can represent the various ways in which that human spirit can express itself and branch out in numerous directions.

The Tree within paganism: Infinite interpretation and significance

If one fails to understand the significance of a symbolic interpretation of pre-Christian religion, that person has failed to attain any knowledge from the myths, runes and texts. By all means, you can continue to believe either that Odin is not real in that his essence is insignificant, or that Odin is real, in that he physically exists or even that he exists as a distinctive consciousness; both of these conclusions are incorrect, and herein lies the wisdom of paganism, which lies within the subtlety of interpretation and understanding, and within a careful study of the riddles set forward by our ancestors in the distant past.

There is so much significance behind the tree itself that it warrants the writing of an entire tome, something I intend to do when time and sufficient understanding permits me to do so. The symbolism of the tree can be found everywhere in nature, from the branched-shaped veins which carry the life fluid (blood) around our vessel of consciousness to the “family tree” which for each of us comprises our origin and history, and the lives (genes) that have lived before in the body of our ancestors, which ties in with the philosophy of Oðalism advocated by the venerable Varg Vikernes, who I owe much to in my personal journey.

For an excellent and thorough article purely on the significance of the tree itself, and anything and everything the tree religiously symbolizes, please take the time to read this excellent article on Jungian Genealogy: https://jungiangenealogy.weebly.com/cosmic-tree.html

If you have an interesting and unique interpretatation of the significance of Yggdrasil within paganism or in fact any trees, I would be fascinated to hear from you in the comments below. I will continue writing if you continue reading.

Stay strong, stay righteous, stay holy, stay Óðinn.

Óðinn á yðr alla! Sieg heil zum Óðinn!



Today I wanted to write a quick article giving an overview of the purpose of the Norse God Heimdallr, his symbolism and significance and how the rainbow bridge, Bifröst, that Heimdallr guards relates to similair ideas within tantric Buddhism, Yoga and Indian paganism, AKA Hinduism. 

For those unfamiliar with the myths surrounding the God Heimdallr, he is a norse God who is now unfortunately not well known as most of the poems and prose that was directed towards him has been lost to time or more likely actively destroyed by Shabbat Goy Christians. 

In Norse mythology, there are 9 realms (dimensions of spacetime) within our universe, only one of which we reside in and can typically perceive, known as Midgard/Middle Earth. All 9 realms exist within the world tree Yggdrasil (the electromagnetic spectrum containing layers of visible and invisible branches of light such as UV, infrared, visible, radio, WiFi and more).

A bridge known as Bifröst is said to occasionally join Midgard, our realm, to Asgard, the realm of the Gods and resembles a rainbow in the sky. At the end of the rainbow near Asgard is Heimdallr’s house, and he can see people trying to enter from 100 leagues away.

Bifrost leading to Asgard

I think it is always useful when dealing with concepts within European paganism to translate names and terminology (as I have done before with Othinn, Ragnarok, etc) and to understand the etymology. If one can understanding the etymology, then the origin of the concept becomes clear. The name Heimdallr loosely translates as “the one who illuminates the world”. Now, there is nothing about Heimdallr character (his gold teeth perhaps? Though I doubt it) that could be interpreted as literally illuminating the world. Heimdallr only carries a horn and a sword, not a lantern, light or anything like that. So Heimdallr does not physically illuminate anything. So if he does not physically illuminate the world, how does he figuratively illuminate the world?

The answer is that we do not know Heimdallr’s complete role within Norse religion, though we know he was important. There were poems dedicated to him which have since been lost and are unlikely to ever be recovered. 

Here is a stanza from Völluspá in the Poetic Edda which references him:

Yggdrasil, the world tree which contains the nine worlds,
of which Midgard (our world) is one


Old Norse:

“Hljóðs bið ek allar helgar kindir,
meiri ok minni mögu Heimdallar;
viltu, at ek, Valföðr!
 vel framtelja forn spjöll fíra, þau er fremst um man.”

In English:

“Hearing I ask from the holy races,
From Heimdall’s sons, both high and low;
Thou wilt, Valfather, that well I relate.
Old tales I remember of men long ago.”

Since Heimdallr does not have any literal begotten sons in any of the Eddas or scripture, and that even if he did they would not be “high and low” as if scattered around the world, it would stand to reason that the “sons of Heimdallr” are those with the wisdom enough to see his symbolic significance and who have his permission to know Asgard. 

And who are the helgar kindir, the hallowed kindred? I do not endorse the interpretation that the “hallowed kindred/holy race” refers to all of humanity, but rather those who are made holy by their attentiveness to Heimdallr/the waykeeper of enlightenment.



It is my personal view that it makes the most sense to see Heimdallr, Asgard and Bifrost as a metaphor for the path towards enlightenment, and that the 7 colours of Bifrost which make up the bridge to the realm of the Gods represent the 7 chakras that must be balanced to attain Nirvana in eastern religion. Bifröst represents the path from Midgard (the physical everyday, “Middle Earth”) to Asgard (the realm of the Gods and enlightenment). We know that many such esoteric philosophies such as those of chakras were present in Western religion as well as Aryan religions in India, one example being Otzi the iceman who had marks on his skin indicating he used acupuncture and heat therapy to treat his arthritis.  

The real life rainbow bridge to Asgard

Thus, an opening of the chakras leads the way from this Earth to Asgard, whatever Asgard may be. As we will no doubt come to in later articles, Asgard at its most basic level could be described as a realization of the infinite through a sharpening of awareness and the senses. Asgard in many ways lies parallel to the Hindu Vaikuntha, the abode of Vishnu. The etymology of the term Vaikuntha derives from Sanskrit vi kuntha, meaning the “not blunt”. This in my view likely relates from the idea that what we perceive with our physical eyes, IE undeveloped consciousness and undeveloped Ajna/third eye. Through opening Ajna and the other chakras, an individual meets Heimdallr/enlightenment, who allows them to cross Bifröst/the path and reach Asgard/Vaikuntha, the place where things are clear and not blunt.

The stabilisation of the chakras and hence the begetting of Heimdallr within each of us is said to occur, according to Hinduism, with a Kundalini awakening. The Kundalini is a point at base of the spine which is the base of an electromagnetic field within the body which runs all the way to the pineal gland at the seat of the Odinn/soul in the brain, which is the crown chakra. Perhaps even the world tree Yggdrasil itself can be seen as a metaphor for the chakras within the body, with 9 present in Norse esotericism rather than the conventional 7. It certainly could make sense with Jottunheim, the realm of the evil giants, Helheim, the land of Hel, and Svartelheimr, the land of the greedy dwarves at the bottom of the tree, with an ascension up through into this world, then onto the more refined Vanaheim, land of the Vanir, Alfheim, land of the elves (from proto-Indo European Althaz, the white ones) and then finally Asgard and Gimle, the highest hall of Asgard.

For reasons it is best writing about more extensively in a later article, it seems that the further up Yggdrasil one goes the whiter one becomes, with Gimle only being inhabited by elves that “are purer and brighter than the sun to look upon” according to Snorri Sturluson. In fact, the mischevious and perhaps even evil darj elves that live in Svartalheimr are called “Svartalfar” the black ones.

I hope you found this very brief overview to be useful in your spiritual journey. If you keep learning I’ll keep writing! This was only meant to be a very brief overview of some concepts just to pique your interest, but I will be expanding upon them in future and looking into their implications in much more depth. In the mean time, it is well worth watching this video by Asaheim Wulfgard, who goes into great depth to explain concepts from this article and way beyond. He is very underrated.

Open the mind to wisdom, the body to strength, the plexus to power and the throat to a might voice for truth! Heil Heimdallr!

I want to talk today about Brahma and Ginnungagap. I think it is important that if we are to understand our place as Europeans and as human being it is important for us to understand creation, how it was we got here and why, and where we will eventually end up; where better to start than at the very beginning, when Brahma sang us into existence from the primordial waters of Ginnungagap.

You may be confused as to why I am mentioning  Brahma on a blog about European religion and history. “Brahma is one of the Hindu ones, isn’t he?”

Father Óðinn with
Huggin and Munnin.
Tabaldak, the Sky God of
some Native Canadians tribes.
 Look familiar?

The short answer to that is yes, the long answer results in no. Brahma, Odinn, Ra, Dyaus Pitr, Jupiter, Zeus pater, the Native American Tabaldak or whatever you want to call the Blessed Lord are one and the same being.

How do I know this? Well, I’ll save the long winded version for its own article but the short summary is that all religion that has been untainted by invasion, racial hybridization and Abrahamization is thus pure, divinely derived and is all correct. All non-Jewish traditions have managed to express the metaphysical in their own unique and beautiful way (even the Semites themselves a very long time ago, before Babylon); it is only the Middle Eastern mongrel hybrids that seek to sow division between peoples and destroy this knowledge and harmony, and destroy the real diversity and multiculturalism. Thats by the by for now though.

What I really want to talk about here is blending the observable with the unseen, the physical with the metaphysical, the religious with the scientific. I want to resolve arguably the biggest question of the last century: Where does our understanding of geology, cosmology and evolution fit in with religious views on creation of the world and everything  within it? Its something that Jewish front of Shabbat goy (Christians) have not been able to answer for.

I am going to compose an entire series of articles on the entire process of creation, evolution and reincarnation, with these being the starting article focusing entirely on the creation of the Universe, its end and the life span of the Gods, touching briefly on the ideas of eternity and time.

It is fundamental to our understanding of creation that we understand that everything we have been taught about time is at a fundamental level incorrect. Time is circular, not linear. We perceive time as if it stretches out into infinity with an indeterminately distant beginning but no discernible ending either. The reality is that time exists circularly in that it never began and will never end. When the Universe bloomed, it bloomed from the death of the previous Universe like a phoenix from the ashes. There was no original universe, just eternity and the Gods. In traditional religion, everything is set to revert back to its original state, with creation and destruction an endless to and fro.

For most of human existence, man has peacefully evolved within the
Satya Yugas, the ages of peace, knowledge and perfect understanding.


According to pre-Christian tradition, the Universe exists in several different stages that help us to understand how the Gods and science combine. There are four types of age that the earth cycles through, known as Yugas. We are currently in the Kali Yuga which the last one in the current cycle. The entire cycle lasts for 4.32 million years and is known as a Mahayuga. When the Kali Yuga ends in around 400’000 years, it spells the beginning of a new Mahayuga as the age of filth, misery and sin comes to an end. I touched briefly on this during article 5. There are 1000 Mahayugas in one divine day, which equates to the age of our Earth at the current time. Exactly one Kalpa/divine day ago, our Earth was formed within the cosmos by Odinn/Brahma/Tabaldak/Jupiter/Dyaus Pita/Zeus:

Our Earth has existed for the length of one day in the eyes of the Gods.
Tolkien’s Undying Lands were built around our European mythology.
He left many subliminal messages across his books in reference to myth.
One Mahayuga, which is comprised of the four yugas (eras) is one full cycle of prosperity, increasing difficulty and suffering leading to an eventual age of ignorance resulting in “no subjects being left on the subject of God”. A Mahayuga lasts around 4’320’000 (4.32 million) years. Even the Universe cycles in and out of existence, through creation, development and destruction, as do the Gods. The difference being that Gods are not creations, but rather formless ideas forces of energy like those of gravity which naturally exist both inside and around spacetime.

To summarize the periods of time:

1 Yuga: A period of time that lasts several hundred thousand years. There are four types of Yugas; going from the perfect and peaceful Satya Yuga to the current Kali Yuga that has just begun and will last 400’000 years. 
1 Mahayuga: A complete cycle through the Yugas, lasting 4.32 million years. We are near the end of the current Mahayuga, which means that the last age of complete peace and prosperity on Earth, IE the last Golden Age would have been around 3.8 million years ago. 
1 Manvantara: 71 Mahayuga constitute a Manvantara, totaling 306 million years. At the end of the Manvantara, a new species of superior beings begins to evolve.

Each Mavantara is ruled over by one Manu (which translates as Man, or superior species), a race created by the Gods. In this Manvantara, this is humans but this will certainly be a different form of Manu in the next Manvantara that will probably look like an alien species to us and may not be on Earth. When the current Manvantara ends in around
, there will be a great submersion of the Earth which will allow the new Manu to evolve throughout the next Manvantara just as we have.The reason why there is no life on other planets and, it is my strong suspicion that no life will ever be found there is that our planet has been specifically chosen to fit with these mathematical units of divine time and has been selected as a divinely designed microcosm.


1 Kalpa/Day of Brahma (translated as “that which transcends our time”): 1000 Mahayuga, One day for Brahma/Odinn which is 4.32 Billion years. We are currently in the 7th Manvantara of the current Kalpa. IE there have been 7 iterations of sophisticated life (Manu) in this Universe before us, who are all descended from the 7th Manu Vaivasyata.1 Kalpa loosely corresponds to estimations of the age of the Earth.

According to pre-Christian religion, how old is the Earth?

Unlike Abrahamic religion, the knowledge transcribed from pre-Christian religion is in line with scientific findings from recent times. 4 Kalpas, two days and two nights of Brahma are said to have elapsed. Do the maths on that one: the age of the current Universe is estimate at around 13.8 billion years, which is just under 4 Kalpas. So unlike the Bible version, man was created around the 4th day, not the 6th.  

When will our Universe end, according to pre-Christian religion?

There will be a time, at the end of 100 Brahma years, that even Brahma himself will end and with him our universe, and another Brahma will take his place. I can not pretend I know what happens to Brahma/Óðinn when his day ends but the Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit for “Song of the Blessed Lord”) describes the multiverse as a bubbling sea like that of the Atlantic, with the Brahma as bubbles and our existence within them; a new bubble is formed and another disintegrating soon afterwards comprised of the same basic substance.

Kala/Kali, the Goddess of time stomping on Shiva.
Kronos/Cronus is the ancient Greek equivalent. 

The life of Brahman lasts for 100 divine years, which equals 36’000 Kalpas. The concept of such large periods of time is very overwhelming I know; this corresponds to 311.04 Trillion years before everything ends and another “Universe”/Eternity/substance is formed from the material of this spacetime (created by the only eternal God Kala) within the Causal Sea/Ginnungagap. However, to blow your mind further, this time period is absolutely inconceivably small in relation to eternity which is also circular.

The only thing eternal is the energy of Kala itself, or circularity. Kala could be crudely described as a personification of time but as we have discussed within the larger perspective of eternity time is rather abject of value in of itself. Cronus, the Greek deity, is a European equivalent of the Hindu Kala.

Even the Bible speaks of the time before the creation of the world in this same manner: Genesis 1:1-2

The greek God of time, Cronus, devouring his child.
This is symbolic of  how time destroys
everything that it creates eventually.

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

This passage must refer to the same waters as the “Causal Ocean” referenced in the Bhagavad Gita, which was spoken by Krishna some 3500 years before Christ and probably before the Jews composed the Old Testament. Since The passage does not reference that God created any oceans or seas yet, I cannot think of what other “waters” the passage could refer to.

I hope this article has taught you some useful information into unveiling the truth structure of the Universe, teaching about traditional religion and attempting to tie religious knowledge to scientific conjectures. I will be following on from this article with a series on this topic. The next one will pertain to evolution, further explore the concept of Manu, and go into depth on the incarnations of Vishnu and how they correspond to prehistory and anthropology.

Heil to the histories! Heil to understanding our place in the cosmos, despite the continuous distraction that seeks to pull us away from discovering our true purpose and significance.

A Concluding passage from Hesiod’s Works and Days:


For the son of Cronos has ordained this law for men, that fishes and beasts and winged fowls should devour one another, for right is not in them; but to mankind he gave right which proves far the best. For whoever knows the right and is ready to speak it, far-seeing Zeus gives him prosperity; but whoever deliberately lies in his witness and foreswears himself, and so hurts Justice and sins beyond repair, that man’s generation is left obscure thereafter. But the generation of the man who swears truly is better thenceforward. 


Badness can be got easily and in shoals; the road to her is smooth, and she lives very near us. But between us and Goodness the gods have placed the sweat of our brows; long and steep is the path that leads to her, and it is rough at the first; but when a man has reached the top, then is she easy to reach, though before that she was hard. That man is altogether best who considers all things himself and marks what will be better afterwards and at the end; and he, again, is good who listens to a good adviser; but whoever neither thinks for himself nor keeps in mind what another tells him, he is an unprofitable man.

Heil Zeus Pater!

The Song of the Blessed Lord Krishna describes the multiverse as a primordial sea,
kind of like the Ginnungagap of Norse Mythology from which Odinn was licked.
I covered that briefly in article 5. In this primordial sea, we are like singularities with
 Gods as tiny bubbles,dying and being born all the time. 

Building on the foundation of the first article in this series, I will write a summary of the material culture, IE the items of clothing, weaponry, tools and household items of our European ancestors in the distant past before the historical age but after the arrival of agriculture around 7500BC which was brought here by invading Arabs called the Natufians.

A Levantine man of Natufian descent. His ancestors
invaded Europe circa 8000BC, bringing industrialized
agriculture and ending hunter-gathering as a
way of life in all but a few places

As I outlined in the prior article but wish to make abundantly clear, this changed Europe for the worse. The agricultural revolution was the first major instance in known prehistory of race mixing on a major scale (again, I will debunk Out of Africa in some later posts, probably in a series solely on the Paleolithic Era). The Natufians damaged the European gene pool in a manner that lowered life expectancy, shrunk stature and begin to disintegrate the hunter gatherer communities that had persisted for hundreds of thousands of years. It is no surprise that during this time weapons were made for the very first time.

The only in-depth knowledge we could have of the attitudes and personal culture during this time is passed down in legend and I will cover this in further articles focused on this. The Hindu holy texts provide a great resource for learning about prehistoric Eurasia. It is of course no surprise that the evidence of the items our ancestors used in their daily lives is rather scant as most of it has either been swallowed by the soil and waits to be discovered or has eroded away over the millennia from this time, but I will attempt to create an overview of the jigsaw pieces we do have in regards to material culture in the hope of being able to reconstruct a good general picture of neolithic life.

The way of life was in actuality essentially the same as it was in ancient history, when our ways of life first came into writing. If one understands how people lived in the bronze and iron age learning about the Neolithic will not be anything too different.

Fashion and Wearables:

Clothing:

Clothing styles varied, but women typically wore longer garments than men, but this could vary vastly across different cultures and indeed climates. Parts of dresses from this time period have been discovered.

Fur was a common material for clothing but in actuality people also made cloth too. The oldest sewing needles in Europe are roughly 50’000 years old and were found in Siberia. The oldest piece of dyed clothing in Europe dates from the mid Neolithic (6500BC) and uses a technique known as Nålebinding. There is very little I can understand of Nålebinding as someone who has only a limited knowledge of textiles, but it was the most common form of sewing in this era.

A reconstruction of Otzi the iceman’s shoes.
Otzi lived around 5000 years ago

We do know from very rare finds that clothes were sown and knitted from wool and flax just as they were in less ancient times. Fur was also commonly used but this would of course depend on the diverse climate within Europe, at the time several degrees colder on average than it is today.

Shoes, hats, trousers, socks and loincloths were worn though of course styles varied across cultures and probably also within tribes with each tribe having recognizable regalia such as jewelry, clothing and distinctive tattoos.

There was likely no concept of “fashion” in the way we perceive it today. IE styles or colors that fall out of use over short periods of time. Whilst there were cultures in which certain styles were more common, people didn’t dress as a fashion statement but wore practical clothing that suited their environment except for ceremonial use, which is probably worth an article of its own. If they wanted to impress, they would wear jewelry, have a nice house or hunt large animals for sport.

Ötzi the iceman, who died around 3000BC, had sophisticated equipment with metal weaponry made of copper. He wore leggings and a loincloth made of goat and sheep hide. He had a leather belt made of calfskin and a pouch which contained a selection of flint and bone tools.

Otzi’s bear skin cap

His shoes were comprised of dried grass padding, lime tree strings and stitched deer hide. He wore a fur cap made of bear skin that featured a chord which could be tied at the chin. Judging by the variety of material, Otzi was either a hunter or procured the hides and clothing via trade, which would go some way to demonstrating the sophistication of neolithic society. Those who have analysed Otzi’s shoes have suggested that they could only have been made by a skilled professional.

Jewelry and ornaments:

People wore necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings and was commonly worn  Most of the jewelry that has survived is bone and shell but people took tremendous time and effort to make pendants out of precious stone. The pendants were normally in the shape of animals which had religious significance. A few items of gold jewelry have been found and are said to date from the Neolithic/early Bronze age era.

Neolithic animal head amulet

Jewelry served a very important religious purpose. Since jewelry was often hand-crafted by its wearer and carried with them at all times, it was always present in burial services and would be passed down from generation to generation.

As you will likely know, ornaments were also made, such as the Venus figurines. I intend to do an entire article on the Venus figurines in future but they were essentially a religious symbol.

Clothing Dyes:

Dyes made of plant extract were also used on the clothes in almost any colour one could wish for, here is a list of just a few:

The Woad Plant: Any shade of Blue could be made using the woad plant when boiled, depending on how many times you dip the fabric. Dipping once will get a baby blue whereas dipping 10 times gets a very dark navy blue that is almost black.

Iron Oxide extracted from clay: Dark red/orange colour

The Weld Plant: Yellow

Purple could also be made from sea snails but it was a rarity and luxury reserved only for those with status and the expertise to extract it. We know with certainty it was used from 2000BC but there is no reason to believe it was not used millennia earlier. The difficulty involved in producing purple dyes and its resulting rarity lead to the reputation of purple as a royal colour even to this day.

Green dyes could be made by blending blue with yellow but this didn’t work very well and wasn’t as often used.

Orange could likewise be made with red and blue yellow dyes or with some plants directly but most plants that naturally produced orange pigment are not European and would not have been used.

Weaponry and Metal: Debunking the “Scholars”:

When archaeologists make the claim that because there were no weapons prior to the Neolithic era, or at least no sophisticated ones, I would pose a counter argument that in a homogeneous society with no danger of invasion and no conflict why would there be need for weaponry to exist?

Supposed “scholars” claim that in the time just before Otzi metalwork was not used in Europe because evidence has not been found. Of course evidence has not been found, metals erode with time. I would love to see exact figures of how long exactly, but even metals cannot last for many thousands of years exposed to the elements, and ergo evidence of metallurgy will also be lost. Nearly all metals will corrode eventually, iron of course most quickly with copper and tin taking rather longer but eventually it all corrodes, especially with pressure and/or extreme environmental conditions. You’d be fortunate for an iron weapon to survive a few years exposed to the elements.

Bronze items from the prehistoric era are only found in countries in the middle east and in Africa not because Africans and Arabs were more advanced than us, but because the climate in these areas is much better at preserving metals, especially common ones like bronze because the climate is dryer. Bronze suffers from a corrosion known as bronze disease when exposed to chlorides but oxygen in water can also have an effect over long periods of time. To the right is an image of a Roman coin that has been effected by bronze disease:

This shows that even after only a couple of thousand years bronze items begin to deteriorate and after 4000 will probably have disappeared completely. I am highly skeptical of the mainstream archaeological view that metal work is something new to humanity considering we have been highly intelligent beings for hundreds of thousands of years. The only metals that don’t erode hardly at all are gold and silver but they are so rare that it is unlikely that archaeologists will find any weaponry or jewellery that is extremely old and made of these materials.



Military regalia was the same as the “bronze age” in that swords and shields were used but often shields were made of turtle shell, wood or hide. Strong armour could also be made from hides and thick leather.

There were also shaving razors made of flint which were very sharp and likely more effective than the shaving razors of today.

Houses:

Houses were much the same in the Neolithic as they were in the “Bronze Age” and the “Iron Age” in that they varied with the culture but were simple, normally made from wattle and daub or from stone. They normally did not include windows and normally had thatch roofs. A common style in Celtic culture was the roundhouse, pictured to the side here.

From the look of it, this house employs a thatch roof with daub walls, which could be made from dried mud mixed with clay, though there are many different methods of making daub. Obviously, these houses could vary in size drastically and were sometimes very small and sometimes very large depending on the available resources, the free time available to construct it, the expertise and the amount of people that pitched in. The roundhouse pictured above is larger than the average and would have been fit for an important person in the tribe, such as an elder, or a decorated warrior or hunter. It may even have been fit for the King and Queen.

A reconstruction of a long house

These houses would be fairly well spaced out across a community, as there was no risk of overpopulation when eugenics was an essential part of the European worldview and as a result death rates were high, see the previous article for a brief summary of kingship, though there will be future ones too.

Another style was the longhouse; this style was used more commonly in Germany and Scandinavia. Its distinguishing feature is obvious.

It could be made using similar materials to a roundhouse but was simply just a cultural preference as far as I know. This article from Inhabitat proposes there are some practical benefits to using a round house structure, including thermodynamics. It is well worth a read:

A reconstruction of a neolithic pile house

https://inhabitat.com/why-our-ancestors-built-round-houses-and-why-it-still-makes-sense-to-build-round-structures-today/

It may, however have been more effective in colder climates to use a longhouse because it keeps in the heat better than a round house because some roundhouses have holes in the thatch for ventilation, which would cause a drought.

The interior of a Germanic longhouse in the Neolithic

The final major housing style we know of during the Neolithic was the pile house, which was built on stilts and would have been useful in coastal areas or in a fishing community. These have been found in large concentration around the Alps.

Pottery and Household Items:

Pots were made to cook with and there is a possibility that kitchen utensils (IE knives and forks) were used too. They were probably made of wood. Large quantities of Neolithic pottery still remain because pottery is not very biodegradable.

A Neolithic community, demonstrating the women and children engaged in the less
physically exerting jobs nearer the home; the men would have been out in the field

The Comb Ceramic culture produced a lot of pottery in Northern Europe throughout the Neolithic era from around 4000BC to 2500BC. It derives its name from the nature of the pottery imprints, which looks like they have been made with a comb. What is unique or at least rare in regards to the comb ceramic era was that it is the only instance I know of where pottery exists in a hunter gatherer society, IE without agriculture being present. In a hunter gatherer society, it follows that since food was gathered there was little need to store for further use, as is the case with agriculture where grains would need to be stored for the next year.  Most people in the comb ceramic culture IE, the macrotribe that spoke proto-Uralic, lived in large communal dwellings which were normally tepees. The people of the Comb Ceramic are genetically very similar to modern Finns, northern Norwegians and some Swedes.

Corded Ware pottery collection

The Comb Ceramic culture was then preceded by the corded ware culture. The pottery produced has cord-like patterns and lines, hence the title.

Comb Ceramic Jug

The pottery was mostly used to store alcoholic beverages, grains and dairy products. 

Rossen culture is really not dissimilar to the two cultures previously mentioned and is found around various parts of northwestern Europe in the fifth millennia BC. Rossen burials are very typical of all pagan burials, with the dead placed lying on their right facing east, and personal items they used in life such as axes, jugs and rings were placed with them. Rossen culture also had pottery. I will get into burial rites and funeral tradition in a later article.

In Conclusion:

Hopefully, this article has been a useful summary of some of the Neolithic material culture in Europe, at least enough to pique your interest in finding out more, as there will certainly be further articles on the subject. The Neolithic is a very interesting and enigmatic period in European history, and it is essential to unlocking one’s understanding of European culture and indeed just how European culture has changed over time. European culture shows a uniformity in all the time leading up to the Neolithic, this tradition is then broken and a new tradition, particularly of lifestyle and material culture more so than religion, is founded in the Neolithic as a result of the Natufians. It is, I believe, also important to understand how goods were produced naturally with limited technology in reference to article 5: Ragnarok and the need for change which outlines the necessity for a simpler lifestyle which is self governed and self reliant.

It is also important to understand the ways of our ancestors for the purpose of historical recollection, an essential aspect of reincarnation which is part of the spiritual rites within all European indigenous religion, which will get its own  individual article. Through intensive study, we can recover the powers we once had and our ancestral knowledge which can revitalize Europe and revive the white corpse created through the Abrahamization, Arabization and/or agriculturalisation that dispersed from the inbred Afro-Asian-White hybrids in the Middle East, which has bred only spiritual death.

Hail Odinn! Hail to the ancient ways! Hail to the lore of old and to the Blessed Lord and Lady of Europe! Long may we continue.

Preamble:

Three typical Northern European men,
more characteristic of the mesolithic era prior to the
 arrival of Arabic agriculture

In this article, I want to briefly go over what it was like to live in neolithic society in Europe and touch upon a broad range of elements from diet and married life to religion and royalty. This is only intended to be a brief primer and I will build upon the topics discussed here in later articles as I deem it necessary.

But first, what is meant by “Neolithic”? The neolithic era refers to the final stages of the stone age in Europe, between circa 7000BC and 1000BC. This is at present the furthest time period I have researched in extensive depth at may, unfortunately, be the latest time period that we can accurately reconstruct without heavy supposition.

The neolithic era was the era in which the European way of life changed forever. Rather than living a hunter gatherer lifestyle, Europeans (particularly in Southern Europe) began to mongrelise with Natufian Arabs who brought agriculture into Europe. It is important to remember that the quality of life during the neolithic era tremendously declined from that of the mesolithic, or “Middle Stone Age” which preceded it. Diet became much poorer and less varied, life expectancy likely declined with it and Europeans were much shorter in stature due to a combination of genetic factors and environmental changes. In my view, Arabic agriculture plunged Europe into a dark age from which we only recovered during the classical era, setting European society back several thousand years.

Despite the detriment of the neolithic era for Europe, I believe it is important to discuss it for several reasons. Firstly, it is the earliest we can reconstruct with reasonable accuracy at the present time and is hence a good place to start before going deeper into our true past. Secondly, it is I believe equally important to learn about where things went wrong so that we can learn not to repeat them but finally, despite their mistakes the neolithic era is still an important part of our European heritage and is in actuality much more interesting and developed than one would first assume.

Without further ado, lets begin.

The Macrotribes:

There were broadly speaking around half a dozen known language families (representing as I wish to call them, Macrotribes) in Neolithic Europe prior to the Indo European expansion from the steppes in present day Ukraine. There were likely also smaller clusters of languages especially in remote areas but these have since been lost to time unless we find new evidence of their existence.

These macrotribes were as follows:

A painting by Nicolas Poussin that to me really captures the
essence of the neolithic in Southern Europe
  • Northern Europeans (who spoke the reconstructed proto-Uralic) that ranged through Scandinavia, Western Siberia and Estonia. The main culture of these people is known as the Corded Ware culture.
  • The Iberians, who spoke dialects of the same language which belonged to the same family as Basque, the extinct Iberian language, Tartessian and also Anatolian.
  • There were the Caucasians who spoke the ancestor of modern Georgian, proto Kartvelian.
  • There were the people of modern day Germany of spoke a language of their own which heavily influenced the languages that came later. 
  • The people of modern day France, Belgium and Britain appear to have also been broadly one people, sharing a large amount of genetics, culture and possible a Celtic substrate language that influenced Proto-celtic that came later. That is a complicated issue though.
  • There were of course the Yamnaya people of Ukraine that spoke PIE; we know the most about this culture as it had taken over most of Europe by the 1st century BC. Most of the observations I will document in the following article are based on study of their culture in particular.

Life expectancy:

The life expectancy during this era is, despite various “scientific” claims, is not really known. We believe it was less than that of the modern day but this really can’t be confirmed. The main method of estimating the age of a skeleton at death is by looking at bone and enamel wear, but this is obviously not going to be accurate because one can find people who are in their 20s with worn out hip joints and people who are in there 60s with very little, so this method is frankly pseudo-scientific.

Also, looking at enamel wear is really pointless considering that diets could vary drastically between communities of people and even individuals. For example whilst the average tribe member ate mostly grains and bread, the Lord and Lady may have eaten vegetables and boiled meats.

Considering that cultures and languages could be very similar over large geographic areas, it is certain that there was trade and dialogue between neighboring tribes and probably even to a larger extent with geopolitical assemblies especially for important events like selecting a high king or uniting against a common threat.

Size of community:

An Iberian family during the neolithic era

Each tribe was essentially a large extended family of no more than several hundred individuals who mostly shared a common ancestor unless they were married into the tribe from and were from a neighboring community. The structure of the household was generally one family per household with the two parents, anywhere from 3-8 children and in some cases an older relative such as a grandparent. Older women took more menial jobs such as stirring food and also became spiritual leaders as they aged  and learnt the tales of their ancestors and the religious lore, being responsible for passing it forward. The older men would do the simple jobs in the field like minding the animals while the younger men did the labor intensive work and the children did jobs like egg collecting, finding firewood, or attending military training.

Members of the community who did not contribute and became parasitic (excluding the elderly who normally took on respected roles) were normally either exiled from the community or in extreme cases where the individual had severely damaged the community (such as damaging the community’s reputation, promoting immorality, or engaging in degeneracy) were executed. Typically, kings who became incompetent were executed in the same manner as it was impossible for a new king to be selected while the old king was still alive.

Royalty and Leadership:

On the death of the old King and Queen, a new king was selected from the best candidates in the community. As all people in the tribe were related it would not have made sense for the title to be inherited as everyone was in line! The challenges involved rhetoric, debating, riddles, physical feats, animal husbandry, and spiritual power. Once selected, the new King would then usually selected the lady he wanted to be his wife and Queen from among the unmarried women in the village as, typically, the king was a young man when chosen and had not yet married (men normally married after engaging in several military campaigns first, which could take years after their 13th birthday when they were eligible for militar
y service. The lady was normally significantly younger than the King but was no younger than 13.

Rather often, the King would select his wife from another tribe (we know this from genetic evidence) which was actually useful as it helped keep the gene pool of the tribe from stagnating and it prevented the spread of recessive disorders.

Often, the king would also have several wives. Typically this behavior would be frowned upon but in neolithic society the ratio of men to women was normally around 2:3 and hence there was a surplus of women who could not provide for themselves. The king would be expected to provide for these women himself either by marrying them or arranging a marriage with the leader of another tribe. Ergo, polygamy was acceptable under very specific circumstances.

Varg Vikernes did an excellent video on this topic:

Housing, Health and Community Maintenance:

Houses varied drastically from culture to culture, but were normally wattle and daub in the neolithic era as well as stone houses, and sometimes tent-like structures canvassed with animal skins. It would depend vastly on factors such as the availability of materials, the climate and cultural sophistication, not to mention the amount of time one had available. Below is an example of a rather luxurious wattle and daub house constructed in the Neolithic style:

Communities were normally built on a hill and/or near a water supply.

The previous habitat range of the gray wolf in red

The biggest threat to communities in the neolithic era was actually not war from what we can gather, but was actually wolf attacks. At one time, all of Europe was populated with wolves who would typically live at a distance from human encampments. However, under certain circumstances wolves would attack people. One instance would be wolves eating the livestock of a neolithic farmer and attacking a farmer who attempted to protect his flock of animals. If wolves had success in picking off livestock they would return and in greater numbers which could be threatening for the community’s livelihood. Wolves could also eat children who strayed too far from home or who were unattended. Wolves are generally too intelligent to risk attacking men directly and normally attempt to pick of the weakest prey possible.

Entertainment:

Clothing was one pleasure in a generally simple life. People owned a variety of outfits which were changed and washed regularly, normally on a weekly basis. It was typically part of a woman’s job to weave new clothing which would vary drastically in style from culture to culture but was often very well adorned. The best wives were normally selected from the women who had the best handicraft. Men and women alike wore bone and in some cases pewter jewelry including necklaces, brooches, torcs and bracelets that were sometimes inherited or collected during war as well as crafted locally.

A couple found in Brittany dated to circa 6000BC (early Neolithic)
wearing ancestral bone jewelry and shells

The day to day life was dull but there were regular religious festivals to keep people in good spirits and evenings after dark were typically free to have an evening meal, gather together to hear music, old stories and make tribute to the Gods. There would be festivals where dancing and drinking took place for the end of winter, start of summer, Easter month (no, Easter is not Christian) midsummer, end of summer, harvest (normally at Halloween) and midwinter (Christmas/shortest day of the year) just to name a few.

Hobbies including composing poetry, playing musical instruments, physical exercise and competitions, debating, listening to stories, and also even board games. Most board games were of course not built to last thousands of years but we can assume from evidence found in other areas of the world that Europe would be no exception in having board games such as Senet, Draughts, Go and Chess.

Hunting in neolithic Europe was rather rare, as agriculture had taken over making the practice rather obsolete. It was much easier to domesticate animals and slaughter them in captivity. However, competitions in hunting would often take place for the purpose of entertainment or for proving one’s worth and position in the tribe.

There is even evidence starting to emerge that ball games may have existed in the neolithic era, and sport certainly existed as a precursor to the Olympic games of classical history.

Signing off:

I hope you enjoyed this brief detour into our distant European past, and learn a lot about the lives of your ancestors. There will be more parts in this series added as time goes on and also as I myself uncover more. The most important thing to remain mindful of is that we are all continually learning and should keep this attitude towards our heritage at all times. 
The Neolithic was a tough time to be alive, certainly tougher than the present day and also certainly more difficult than the eras that came before it. To have the genes of those that survived flowing through your veins is a true honor and something to be proud of.
Heil to the blood which with every heartbeat murmurs the struggles of the distant past to this very day. Heil to our noble ancestors! Heil Europa!
Fuck industrialized agriculture! Revive the ancient forests and wilderness so we can once again live with nature! 

The Wiccan: Aesir, Alcoholism, and anarchism  meet up with Vanir, vanity and a lack of virginity in this toxic mix of New Age Spiritualism and John Lennon inspired, outmoded hippie philosophy,

Many modern day “pagans” behave, quite simply, however they feel like and pretend to be spiritual. The behavior that these “pagans” engage in under the banner of our ancestors’ faith and philosophy is disgusting.

We’ve all seen them; mostly 20 somethings (and the occasional washed up 50 year old) that have given themselves cheesy fantasy names like Wolflord Flexelheim or Olgotron Moongazer, wearing a  pentacle symbol around their neck, intoxicatingly hallucinogenic clothing and usually a “Flower Power” hippy symbol of some kind. Most of them are either vegans or vegetarians too.

They are a blubbering regurgitation of the hipster culture and completely and utterly lazy to the core. They are, for the most part, morally and intellectually abject with slim to no understanding of pre Christian religion at all. Usually, the motivation of the Wiccan is to be able to feel religious with no real meaning, obligation or philosophy behind that except the desire for attention.

A typical Wiccan Untermensche

I have fortunately had little personal run in with these Wiccans, though I do know they run a social gathering once a month in a seedy bar not far from where I live. When I was initially learning about paganism, I attempted to contact this group and asked them if watching Varg Vikernes’ videos was a good foundation for learning about paganism. They did NOT respond to my message. They are not interested in what is correct, but rather what it is convenient to accept as truth, and as a result it is no surprise that the liberal movement and the Wiccan movement are closely intertwined, as opposed to the pagan and nationalist movements, which accept realities as they are and try and work with them.

The Origins of the Wicca Movement:

To provide some background, the Wiccan movement was founded circa 1954 in England as an (unsuccessful) attempt at reconstructing pagan religion. It was founded by Gerald Gardner, a self-styled scholar and freemason who claimed to have been initiated into a pagan “Coven” by a woman named “Old Dorothy”, a local Anglican lady, in the 1930s. There is no evidence whatsoever of the pagan coven Gerald Gardner claimed to have joined, and ever since Wicca has been heavily academically scrutinized, though it is unfortunately still growing. A Wiccan named Jenny Gibbons said the following:

Gerald Gardner in the 50s or 60s, the idiot behind Wicca

We Neopagans now face a crisis. As new data appeared, historians altered their theories to account for it. We have not. Therefore an enormous gap has opened between the academic and the “average” Pagan view of witchcraft. We continue to use of out-dated and poor writers, like Margaret Murray, Montague Summers, Gerald Gardner, and Jules Michelet. We avoid the somewhat dull academic texts that present solid research, preferring sensational writers who play to our emotions. For example, I have never seen a copy of Brian Levack’s The Witch Hunt in Early Modern Europe in a Pagan bookstore. Yet half the stores I visit carry Anne Llewellyn Barstow’s Witchcraze, a deeply flawed book which has been ignored or reviled by most scholarly historians.

If anyone were to criticize the philosophy of these mentally ill Wiccans, and teach them, using archaeological evidence and historical sources how our ancestors really practiced their religion, they would respond by claiming that they are simply “on a different path” and that this is no better or worse than one that a traditional pagan is on. This is an out and out lie. Claiming to be a reconstructionist movement while incorrectly reconstructing and distorting the real religion is not just as correct as diligently practicing and studying authentic paganism in line with historical sources including Snorri Sturluson’s Eddas, the Hindu Vedas and Homer’s epic poetry among many other fantastic works.

An occult ceremony within the Rosicrucian order,
one of who’s lodges Gerald Gardner attended prior to inventing Wicca.
 Rosicrucianism is a form of esoteric Christianity closely resembling
aspects of Gnosticism and contemporary satanism.

It is quite possible that Wicca was deliberately created by the free-masonic organisations to which Gardner belonged to deceive individuals and to manipulate and trivialize paganism into some kind of Harry-Potter-like school of witchcraft. It is always this strange coincidence that the people that set up these whackjob religions like Mormonism, Scientology and the Jehovah’s Witnesses are all former or current freemasons.  One of the main issues with Wicca is that it places too much of an emphasis on witchcraft when in actuality witchcraft does not play a particularly large role in real paganism. Fundamentally, the main focus of real paganism is an understanding of the forces of nature and the constituent parts of the soul, integral to the goals of self and world mastery. Wicca seems to bypass these goals entirely and focus on hedonism with “New Age” Wiccan forums full of questions such as this: “My boyfriend dumped me, are there any spells I can use to curse him?”

Now, of course I understand why pagans may take an interest in witchcraft, as it is a constituent part of the religion, but it is more of a side act which is foundationally misunderstood as something that can be continually called upon. In real paganism (not Wiccan make believe) an individual wishing to will an act into fruition ought to focus on his own Othinn, Vili and Ve (inspired knowledge, desires and power) and pay tribute to them and cultivate them rather than seek help initially. In conventional paganism, supernatural powers and metaphysical forces cannot simply be called upon to commit acts of a paranormal nature without the power and the intention of the “requester” being at their absolute maximum. Gods could not be called upon to help before an individuals own powers were absolutely spent and even then may still refuse to help. Pagan Gods, unlike the Jewish God, are not all loving or merciful to their creations and subjects. We are responsible for amending our situations as they are a result of our Othinn, Vili and Ve. Through this, we become stronger individuals or die. This is the will of the Gods and natural selection, a process that if we truly respect nature we will also respect.

This hipster idiot is not a real pagan.
 Don’t buy into the gimmick.

So, an excessive reliance on external powers (Witchcraft, Shamanism etc) is one issue with Wicca and indeed the fact that the magic is not going to do anything because “Hocus Pocus” magic isn’t a real type of magic. There are real types of magic that I will get to in another blog post. Another very significant issue with Wicca is its rejection of any absolute morality.

I will write, probably, several posts in the coming time regarding the importance for a society of having an absolute morality, but for now please put your views of whether there is or isn’t one to a side and get on the same page when it comes to the entire purpose of Paganism: Reconstructionism. The entire point of paganism is to recreate the religion and belief system practiced by our ancient ancestors. Our ancient ancestors placed certain moral values as integral to their religious structure for various reasons we will come to in other articles. They did not believe, like Wiccans do in various “Different life paths”. They did not passively allow that which they knew to be detestable to run rife without criticizing or even punishing it. It is, I believe this malleability and passivity which has allowed Wicca to grow so cancerously. Anyone from a child molester, to a homosexual, to a transvestite to a school shooter can be a Wiccan and simply be on a different “path” to another Wiccan. NO. This is degenerate and not a reconstruction of the religion our European ancestors practiced. Our ancestors would have either immolated, hung or drowned these scum and prayed to the Gods that they reincarnate more fortunately when they return (More on this in Spiritual Nationalism and the Pillage of the Mound). Paganism is not a pacifist religion, make absolutely no mistake about that.

Our ancestors didn’t like Tollund Man’s “Spiritual Path” very much. Cornelius Tacitus writes in his account Germania:

“They hang traitors and renegades in trees, cowards (yellow), combat evaders (afraid to go to war) and unnaturally immoral people they lower into filthy swamps and cover them with branches”. 

I have even read that some Wiccan groups will practice sex as a form of “Magic Ritual” and engage in public acts of indecency. This is NOT a form of paganism just in the same way that Mormonism and Islam are not forms of Christianity. Our ancestors viewed sexual behavior as a private matter between two people: a married man (biologically) and female either for the purposes of recreation or the glorification of beauty (more on the purposes and sensible types of sexual behavior in a later article, focusing on Julius Evola’s teachings). Many Wiccan groups will inappropriately view sexual abstinence as an unacceptable life choice; I suppose they have never met an Indian pagan (Hindu). All Hindus will tell you that sexual abstinence is an honorable endeavor not one to be condemned, and I would agree as long as the population of the tribe is not in a dire situation and the reasons for doing so are honorable.

Wicca: A final critique for now

The Wiccan hipster in its natural habitat: Infesting a public park
with the stench of cannabis and unwashed dreadlocks

I am definitely going to write further posts drilling into Wicca, but for now I’ll leave a third and final point to go along with the bogus witchcraft and lack of morale foundation: an emphasis on the formation of new practices. As aforementioned, an integral element of historical paganism and authentic neopagan practices is reconstructionism and the practice as according to that which came before. Of course, it is perfectly reasonable for new practices to be instituted when they fit a necessary metaphysical purpose and can help the individual to reach higher levels of Othinn, but they should be taken with extreme skepticism and with consideration oft heir necessity. Their is no such consideration taken within Wicca and Wiccans will frequently encourage each other to construct new methods of worship, new forms of witchcraft and to break the boundaries of morality in an exploration of their “spiritual path” IE take the piss and cause as much damage to themselves and everything around them as possible to learn what not to do, completely ignoring the wisdom of pagan holy texts which have been passed down to us to learn from so we don’t have to make such mistakes.

Hellenic pagans, dressing ceremonially for special occasion (ritual) only. Real pagans like this do not dress like Conan characters 365 days a year unlike Wiccans.

In many ways, its easy to see a movement like Wicca coming. In the present time and for the past few centuries at least, even millennia in some parts of Europe, pre-Christian Europeans (Vikings being the most prominent example) are portrayed as moronic drunkards, disorganized, immoral, unstructured, violent and even rapists by predominantly Jewish funded and owned television and film companies (more on that in a later article) that are all too happy to capitalize on this lie because its what the modern generation want to hear. In the next article, I will further discuss the psychology behind this and explain  why people desire validation for their immorality, and dragging their ancestors into it is a perfect way of doing so. Archaeological genetic and textual evidence is beginning to tear holes in their lies and show the true honor behind our pre Christian culture, and that our ancestors, unlike those of people in several other parts of the world (no comment on which ones) lived with integrity, respect and a sense of right and wrong. Sorry to disappoint the degenerate cowards who want to hide behind and manipulate the glory of their ancestors to justify their behavior. You, and the people that feed you lies, will not win.

Europe is awakening. We are reviving. Brexit is happening. Italy, Greece, Spain and Austria will follow soon after. The multicultural agenda is crumbling. The degenerate agenda is crumbling. No matter how many times you apply an ugly coat of paint to a beautiful car, the paint will wear away and the beautiful, gleaming surface that lies beneath will shine out the clearer.

Heil to the REAL religion of our ancestors! Long may it continue! Heil Othinn and the wisdom we possess! NEVER SURRENDER WHAT IS RIGHTFULLY YOURS!

All this talk of living a traditional life. I like my sofa, my junk food and my “No strings attached” relationships. Why should I listen to this bullshit? We’ve moved on from that, man.

Its a fair question, and it has a very fair and very reasonable answer. I start my answer on the assumption that you hope to stay alive to a healthy age and that you wish to see your descendants have a happy and healthy life.

The problems we face and are going to face in this world or on any other world we seek to infest are enormous and will not go away with further “innovation” and “advancement”. We need to begin living within our means and that demands having a strong will, a strong body, a strong mind and a strong soul.

The major threats we face: 

No, they’re not Muslims and Jews, sorry to disappoint. Don’t worry though, I haven’t forgotten about them and will return to that topic.

A graph demonstrating the last four ice ages and our current state,
essentially a glacial minimum

Not just Europe, but the entire world faces a catastrophic destruction within the next 2000 years. We know that within this time there will be another ice age which will destroy the current political economic and social structure as we know it. This has occurred on many occasions before, and is a natural phenomenon that occurs when the amount of fuel the sun burns changes, as it is not always consistent. During the Ice Age, most of Europe northern Asia, South and North America and Australia will be covered in Ice, and the average global temperature will be -15c in most places. The graph above and right demonstrates the temperature variations over the last millennia.

This current world as we know it has 2000 years if we’re being extremely optimistic, but it is much more likely we have decades.The currently unsustainable banking systems, political systems and energy reserves mean it is almost inevitable shit will hit the fan more likely when the oil runs out (approximately 2050) or when the central banks collapse. Either that or the crisis of industrialization and the inability to mass produce goods sending the Western world into a destabilizing spiral will force us to reevaluate the way we live our lives, if Google hasn’t plugged us into its servers and turned us into a program on a computer by then.

The people making all the money at the minute don’t seem to care about any of these issues, or if they do they certainly don’t admit it outright. The only person who has come close to addressing it properly is the CEO of Tesla Elon Musk, who thinks that sending humans into space is the solution. Great idea, Elon. Pollute another planet with the filth that is modern humanity rather than deal with the root cause of the problem: our greed, attitude and unwillingness to integrate into nature. If we consign to space travel, we will merely become space gypsies raping the resources of every planet we come across and turning them into a hellhole like we are doing to this one. Not on my watch Elon.

Elon Musk: Excellent goy. More money than chromosomes. 

The need for us to organise into small communities becomes greater as the challenged we face become more dire. Of course, on the face of it this sounds similar to the open borders globalist nonsense that we hear but the reality is that not everyone can work with everyone, we must work with those in our immediate tight knit circles with whom we share a heritage, culture and language.

A link to Pier San Gorgio’s/Varg Vikernes’ video on this:

The Prophecy of Ragnarök:

“Brothers will fight and kill each other, sisters’ children will defile kinship. It is harsh in the world, whoredom rife —an axe age, a sword age —shields are riven— a wind age, a wolf age— before the world goes headlong. No man will have mercy on another.”

Thor mowing down the Jotunn

Doesn’t sound dissimilar to modernity, does it? Wars, white upon white, have defiled Europe in the last century like never before, brother upon brother. People are rejecting their heritage, their “kin” like never before and marrying people from other ethnic groups. However, according to the prophecy, the world will not go down the pan until the climate begins to change (at the ice age/wind age?) and the wolves return to Europe in numbers.

Throughout Ragnarök, many of the Gods (the Earthly forces and powers) will be destroyed in a catastrophic battle with the Jötunn, the trolls who personify winter. The only two “humans” to survive are Lif and Lífþrasir.

The words Lif and Lífþrasir comes from the Old Norse meaning “Life and Body”, meaning that although the forces of nature and the world are defiled the body and its essence still survive, and that the Earth will then be repopulated as has happened countless times before.

The significance of most of the Gods dying in Ragnarok is that it means the continuous struggle between good and evil for which Othinn and his brethren fight has come to an end and evil (the forces that work against nature, symbolised by the Jötunn) has been finally destroyed. In the fresh, new world that will emerge after the next Ice Age, as has done many times before, there will be no evil, only nature which was viewed by our forefathers as completely good. Even the Abrahamic tradition will testify to that.

The Gods that do survive are Oðinn’s brother Hœnir, Oðinn’s sons Víðarr and Váli, and Thor’s sons Modi and Magni. Another of Odin’s sons, Balder, was revived from the dead after the battle.

So from the death of the Gods, a new generation of Gods (forces of nature) is born and the cycle of toing and froing between the natural and the unnatural continues. Hœnir is one of the creator Gods, allowing creation to continue, and Víðarr is a God symbolising space itself.

The fate of the Gods after Ragnarok:

“The runes told them of a heaven that was above Asgard, of Gimle, that was untouched by Surtur’s fire. Vili and Ve, Will and Holiness, ruled in it. Baldur and Hödur came from Hela’s habitation, and the Gods sat on the peak together and held speech with each other, calling to mind the secrets and the happenings they had known before Ragnarök, the Twilight of the Gods.”

And so it will continue that after the next Ice Age the same forces that shape the world around us will persist, just in a different form. According to paganism, nothing can be destroyed only changed.

What it is important to understand is that unlike Abrahamic religions, paganism is not a dogma (set of rules and behaviors) but a set of traditions and philosophies. The Gods are not in of themselves omnipotent, omniscient or even infinite, as the story of Ragnarök makes clear. What paganism seeks to do is pass down knowledge and inform the generations to come of observable physical events and also of observable metaphysical realities such as a life after death.

We are facing a Ragnarök again, make absolutely no mistake about that. The Earth goes through a cycle of ice ages every 12’000 years, and the next one is due to arrive in the next 1500 years, we must be prepared.

Final Notes, and the Kali Yuga:

There are nearly countless variations on the Ragnarök story that have survived at least since the last ice age ended (10’500 years ago) and probably much longer, including the Sumerian Flood myth mentioned in the Epic of Gilgamesh and the story of Noah’s ark. It is my personal view that “Noah” is actually a personification of all the survivors of the flood that ensued after the last ice age ended when the glaciers melted who had been chosen by God/the Gods (the metaphysical forces that instill nature with force) to survive.

The Jotunn (Trolls) riding into Midgard to fight with the Gods

I’ll briefly close though by mentioning the most intact version of this tradition, the Kali Yuga (age of Kali or “Strife”) in Hinduism. According to Hinduism, the Earth passes through four cycles during which the behaviors of people and the laws that dictate them drastically change and human urges and lusts reach their equinox in the Kali Yuga, the last stage of the cycle before the cycle reverts to the Satya Yuga. Each stage of the cycle is based on the position of the planets and last between 432’000 and 1.7 million years. According to Hinduism (which it is forgotten is also a branch of the pagan religious tradition) we entered the Kali Yuga around 5000 years ago. During the Kali Yuga, people are comprised 1/4 of virtue and 3/4 the will of sin. Here is an outline of the prophesies that determined how the Kali Yuga could be identified; sound familiar?

  • Rulers will become unreasonable: they will levy taxes unfairly.
  • Rulers will no longer see it as their duty to promote spirituality, or to protect their subjects: they will become a danger to the world.
  • People will start migrating, seeking countries where wheat and barley form the staple food source.
  • Avarice and wrath will be common. Humans will openly display animosity towards each other. Ignorance of dharma will occur.
  • Lust will be viewed as socially acceptable and sexual intercourse will be seen as the central recreation of life.
  • Sin will increase exponentially, while virtue will fade and cease to flourish.
  • People will become addicted to intoxicating drinks and drugs.
  • Gurus will no longer be respected and their students will attempt to injure them. Their teachings will be insulted, and followers of Kama will wrest control of the mind from all human beings.
  • Brahmins will not be learned or honored, Kshatriyas will not be brave, Vaishyas will not be just in their dealings, and the varna system will be abolished.

By choice or by necessity? 

“If we don’t take action now, then we’ll settle for nothing later…
 Read my writing on the wall, no one’s here to catch us when we fall… Caught between   my culture, and the system. GENOCIDE… If ignorance is bliss then wipe this smile off   my face.” Zack De La Rocha

 Those words are taken from a song called “Settle for Nothing” by Rage Against the Machine. It is originally about the prison system and cyclical nature of a criminal mind, but I feel the lyrics suit the European situation and cause rather well. The line about wiping the smile off of my face is, in my opinion pure genius. I always smile at the people that think I’m either mental or under their control.

When combined with the other religious traditions that successfully prophesied the age we are currently entering into, it becomes eminent that now more than ever it is important that we cling to the tools of survival (our knowledge, tradition, evolutionary tools such as race) ever more tightly, not allow them to loosen further than they already have.

The Sami people who live in Lapland, the Northernmost region
of Finland, still live mostly in the traditional way

If we don’t face a global Ragnarök from financial collapse, energy shortage, food shortage, overpopulation or genetically induced degeneracy first, we will certainly face one here in Europe and many other places when the ice age arrives in a millennia and a half. The system we currently utilize can not and will not be sustained.

We need to begin to rediscover just how fine of a thread we hang on by and, going back to what I wrote in Article 3: Recognizing European enemy number one, that this attitude that we are indestructible and above nature must come to an end or nature will put us to an end. The way we are going, nature giving us a kick up the arse would do us some good, but you must consider whether you want to live traditionally (meaning simply, using minimal resources, having a large family and keeping fit) by choice or whether you want you or your descendants to be forced into it, resulting in the deaths of billions.

Final, final note for now. So what should you do about it?

I think I’ll write several articles purely for this topic as well as this short summary. Whatever the specific difficulty is that we as humans (particularly white humans) face in the next centuries, the absolute guarantee is that we will only be using that which we can hunt, grow or barter ourselves. No unemployment benefit, no Oxfam, no UNICEF, it will be dog eat dog for sure. Therefore you and your descendants need to be mentally and physically up to scratch to survive. I will do a separate article on the more in depth reasons as to why, but it is best to live within a small concentration of your close family so as to be able to pool resources and help each other. You should research agriculture and learn to grow your own food if you have the space to do so. As I touched on in Article 4, men, women and children all need to be in good physical shape. These will either be lawless times or times in which the law will have little effect over how people behave.

This child’s bones are bent from poor nutrition
and/or inadequate sunlight. Don’t do this to
 your descendants

Most importantly for the fate of your descendants is never, ever, EVER race mix. Race mixing is quite simply the most degenerative and retarded behaviour imaginable and is an absolutely surefire way to ensure that your descendants are genetically inferior. Whether you are black or white is irrelevant, but a person must be adapted to the environment they have to survive in and being dark skinned makes it completely impossible to absorb vitamin D from European sunlight. It is unnatural for them to be here or for blacks and whites to be sullying each other’s gene pool. Having dark skin is totally fine, if you live in a climate in which it is advantageous. Here it absolutely is not. If a black person cannot get sufficient Vitamin D from their diet and does not access the right level of sunlight, Rickets Disease
occurs, an example of which is displayed on the right.

Is that what you want for your descendants? Bandy legs which will ultimately, unfortunately, lead to their death? It is more kind to not create this problem in the first place. If you want to have black descendants, do it in Africa where it is healthy to do so and isn’t going to cause misery later down the line. This is just one of many reasons why race mixing is plain wrong and sad.

I’ll leave it here for now. But I’ll definitely be blogging more, aiming to write at least a couple of articles a week at the moment.

Heil the end of times and a new beginning! Awaken the Ragnarökkr! Onto the fields of Midgard for Odinn!

TRIGGER WARNING: This post contains triggers for fat lesbionic feminist losers who can’t get a decent husband. 

“Only Spartan women can give birth to Spartan men.”

I feel, although there is a lack of adequate role models on both sides, that females most abjectly suffer from an endless bombardment of mindless whorish prostitutes, lesbians or man-imitating blazer wearing career “women”. Choosing between these two disastrous alternatives is a false dilemma for women. I hope this blog post serves to provide some inspiration to young women and girls at a loss for an adequate sense of direction.

The reason I feel it important to mention the ultimate woman so early on in my blog, in regards to the preservation of Europe, is that having good women is the foundation upon which any future population can be built. It is the female that gives birth to the men that will change the world for the better. In European tradition also, it is generally the women who have been the keepers of traditional ways and customs, and would remember and recant to younger generations the tales, songs and incantations of old times. It is for this reason that nearly all people put to death in medieval witch trials were female.

It is only since the Christianization of Europe that the quality of European women drastically declined, and has plummeted even further as a result of secularisation. It must be said that the Christianized view of a woman’s role is approximately but not entirely correct.

Examples of European Alpha Females for the fair maidens who read the blog:

  • Boudica of the Iceni
  • Queen Gorgo of Sparta (wife of Leonidas)
  • The European Goddesses, of course!
  • Xanthippe, the wife of Socrates.
  • Gwenhywfar, wife of Arthur (Ignoring later Christian attempts to portray her as unfaithful)
  • The Amazons (a Greek tribe entirely comprised of warrior women)

Our ancestors relayed examples of archetypal women in the form of the European Goddesses. The one thing you will notice is that none of the European Goddesses are unmarried and that most have children. The Goddesses are not in of themselves absolute role models (like the relationship between Christians and Christ) but are in some ways useful resources. With that said, one must be cautious in granting too much credence to the myths in the form we have them today as it is quite possible that they have been tampered with and manipulated by Christians who wanted to discredit paganism.

Due to the compromise of Greece and Rome in the post-Homeric times (more to come in a later article), the best examples can be found in the Northern European religious tradition where stories were kept truer to their original form. Here is list of just a few female deities in the northern European tradition (Celtic, Germanic, Norse, Slavic):

History does not often record the deeds of women, for their deeds are most often the gradual, the necessary and the humble rather than the drastic and the wild, erratic throwing of the male mind. Both are necessary but one is simply more noteworthy. However, there are examples of great European women through the ages if one takes the time to look for them.

Instead of being recorded directly, the greatness of women is most strongly testified to in the quality of their men.

Sparta was undoubtedly the most superb example of European majesty that has survived into the history books complete. Although the Spartans themselves were not a literate people, we know much about them from second hand sources that teach us in depth what Sparta was like. Spartan men were renowned for being of unmatched quality, and the reason for this was attributed in small part to a combination of intense discipline and the Spartan women.

Much can be learnt about the perfect woman from the Spartans. Unlike in boy-loving and arabised Athens, in Sparta the girls were fed and educated as well as the young boys, albeit the boys was attend a military school known as the Agoge whilst girls would be raised for domestic positions. Girls also, again unlike Athens, engaged in physical exercise, particularly gymnastics and dance in order to be in good physical health for child bearing. Whilst boys and men learnt the more “brute force” skills of warfare, logic and mathematics, women were deemed (rightly so) more suited to the elegant crafts and arts such as dance, poetry, music, and WRITING.

Yes, you read that correctly feminists. Whilst amongst men the ability to write was considered a rarity, Spartan women learnt to read and write so that they could run errands and to write letters to their husbands and sons during wartime for moral encouragement.

What makes an attractive, traditional woman?


1: Not settling: Be picky about your future husband!

Do not be deterred if your traditionalist attitudes deter modern men or vice versa. This is how it is suppose to be. Focus on improving yourself first and foremost but do not expect that finding a good potential husband will be easy. You do not want to settle for a lowlife man that either expects you to cover your face with make up and “put out” for him or a man who on the other extreme is a lazy, worthless beta male who sends you out to do hard work because he can’t pay the bills.

An excerpt from Cornelius Tacitus’ Germania:

“The women live in a state of chastity well secured. If a women were to prostitute her person [IE to be promiscuous], a husband she could never find.”

2: Dress modestly: Perverts are not who you want to impress!

Dresses are the garment of choice for traditional women because they provide the greatest modesty and, it goes without saying, are the most elegant of garments for a woman. If you’re the kind of woman that walks around in skinny jeans, remember that you are essentially dressing in a manner that reveals exactly what your physique is like when you are not wearing clothes. Do not dress in a manner that will attract the wrong kind of attention. Good men will recognise that you dress well and compliment you for it. This a description of the clothing of women in Celtic Britain:

The women’s tunic was longer than the men’s; a leather or metal belt (sometimes a chain) was tied round the waist. The regional variation in fashion (as well as differences based on age and class) were more complex than the simple tunic. The boldly patterned dresses seen on vases from Sopron in Pannonia were cut like a kind of knee-length maternity dress from stiff material with bells and fringes attached. Tight-waisted skirts with bells in the shape of a crinoline are also depicted. An overdress with a V-shaped cut which was fixed at the shoulders with fibulae was found in Noricum. The chain around the waist had hooks for length adjustments, the leftover chain was hung on a chain-link in a loop. The links of this chain-belt could be round, figure-8 shaped, with cross-shaped or flat intermediate links, doubled, tripled, or more with enamel inlays (see Blood enamel). The so-called Norican-Pannonian belt of Roman times was decorated with open-worked fittings. A pouch was often hung from the belt on the right side.]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Celtic_women

On a first century AD Celtic gravestone from Wölfnitz (de), a girl is depicted in Norican clothing. It consists of a straight under-dress (Peplos) which reaches to the ankles, a baggy overdress reaching to the knees, which is fastened at the shoulders with large fi

3: Learn to protect yourself and be physically fit:


It is essential that as well as men, and unlike in Christian tradition, women know how to fight and defend themselves and their family should the need arise.

Women across ancient Europe engaged in as much physical activity as men (much to the distaste of Arabized Athens and Rome, that treated their women like shit) and learnt self defence. Although it is initially a man’s job to defend his lands and family, a woman needs to know how to step when the time comes and is always prepared. Attend a self-defence class and focus on gaining strength in your arms, shoulders and back.
A note for safety though. If you are pregnant or are considering child bearing in the near future, do not do leg or stomach exercises, as having strong muscles in these areas can lead to complications during labour and more often than not results in a caesarian being necessary. Squats are the worst exercise a woman can do.
Do not be concerned about “being fat”. Women are supposed to have a larger body fat ration than men: anywhere between 18% and 32% is healthy. It is only if your body fat goes above this ratio or below that you should be concerned about your physique. Having too high a body fat ratio will lead to heart problems and a body fat that is too low will make it impossible for you to become pregnant as you will become infertile.

Boudica is probably the best known role model for pagan women taking up arms. After Boudica’s husband was killed by the Romans, she rallied the surrounding tribes in a march against the Arab Romans for blood and soil.

4: Striking the balance between respecting a man’s authority and knowing when to speak up:

Traditional women need to know when to respect a man and when to tell him to piss off. Xanthippe, the wife of Socrates, was renowned (even by Socrates) for her argumentative spirit and was known for speaking up during Socrates’ antics. 
Socrates was a notorious homosexual and paedophile (boy lover) in ancient Athens. Xanthippe would frequently have to deal with Socrates’ degenerate behaviour and once, after Socrates was sent a large and beautiful cake by the crooked politician Alcibiades, an admirer and student of his, Xanthippe destroyed the cake by treading on it.
Xanthippe was also a strict parent and devoted family woman. 

5: Be a spiritual and artistic leader:

As aforementioned, women are traditionally the keepers of old knowledge. Being creative is very womanly and a traditional woman should learn some form of art or craft. Taking up sewing is an easy and practical way of appearing more attractive to the right kind of men, as is making jewelry or writing poetry, learning a musical instrument or singing. If music is your thing, learn our old European ballads and songs and write some of your own glorifying your ancestors and the noble deeds of Europe. 

6: Loving children and family life:

Traditional women are not anti-children. It is in a woman’s nature to be maternal and to want to look after children and have some of her own if able. Do not be the kind of woman that thinks it will make her happy to put her career before family life. Real women always put family first. 
Studies have shown that women who have children are significantly happier than their childless counterparts:

https://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/the_parental_happiness_curve

Women who do not have any children are losers. 

Glory to Europa! Heil to the indigenous peoples of Europe! Heil to a brighter day!