It may strike the reader as strange, and indeed somewhat ridiculous, to read that Óðinn, the Norse god, is in my family tree, or any family tree for that matter. This was also my initial reaction, and if taken at face value, the idea of supernatural beings mating with humans could be enough to completely discredit paganism as a serious and beneficial spiritual practice. After all, as I have already explained, the gods ought to be considered not as physical beings, but as forces of nature, such as one would consider heat, gravity and electricity among others.

A brief background regarding my ancestry:

My surname (Apap) has enigmatic origins. It was originally De Apapis, which may come from the Dia Papi (through the Father, IE through God) but I can’t be sure of this at the present time. The progenitor of my line, Leonardo De Apapis, was a Notary (essentially a lawyer) who had a son, Salvatore. Salvatore married leonara De Nasi, a member of an old Sicilian aristocratic family that also descends from the Jewish King David (Nasi means “Prince” in Hebrew). Though they undoubtedly had some Jewish ancestry, they were predominantly European.

The De Nasis had genetic ties to the De La Porte family, who were Normans who were Governors of Argos in Greece. The De La Portes descendant from Heinrich VII, King of Sicily, through his bastard son Richard, who was made the Count of Chieti in Italy. Henry VII’s ancestors on his mother’s side were Dukes of Austria, mostly named Leopold.

The first Leopold in this line married Agnes, daughter of Henry IV of the Holy Roman Empire. Henry IV was descended from various Kings and nobles, most notable and historically significant of which was Rollo, first Norman King of France. Many will know of Rollo through the “Vikings” TV  show. Rollo was descended from many petty Kings of the Far North, though I will spare the details here. The pictures of my family tree will be shown below. Some of these Kings are verified historically, some are semi-mythical or unattested archaeologically, but trace back to none other than Oðinn himself.

Lengthy background aside, what does this mean?

Some wish to claim that the presence of Óðinn in such family trees is evidence that a historical Óðinn genuinely existed despite the evidence which suggests that Óðinn, at least in the sense of physical being, is allegorical. Óðinn is present in so many family trees and across such a wide geographical area (all around Scandinavia and Northern Germany) that to suggest Óðinn genuinely conceived of so many physical sons would be to claim he procured an entire harem of women and rotated between them as he traveled around Scandinavia as some kind of promiscuous gypsy.

The supernatural, metaphysical phenomenon which are symbolized by the gods should not be narrowly defined by their physical representation in our folklore and myth, but these motifs and physical ideas about the metaphysical should merely be seen as tools through which to communicate absolute truths. In the case of Óðinn, as I have explained numerous times, we find the concept of an enduring ancestral soul, or mind.

The proto Indo European term “Óð” can be loosely translated as “mind” or consciousness, a “Holy Spirit” if you will. Similar to the Hindu ritual purposes of Soma, the Norse constructed a spiritual drink known as Óðroerir, a drink that inspired great works of poetry and praise, the term being loosely translated to “stirrer of the spirit”.

Ergo, when a family line could be traced back no further, the addition of Óðinn as an ancestor should be thought of as a means of summarizing all of the unknown ancestors that came before; in a sense, they are all Óðinn because they are all of the same spirit and blood, the same Óð.

That’s all for now. Remember to Hail Oðinn!

Ancestry in detail (for those interested)

It’s in reverse order, so I’m sorry for any confusion. Topmost image are more recent ancestors.

This article will continue on from the previous two parts of this series, which you may like to read before this article, as I will build upon the information already established.

To summarise the previous articles, the term Aryan does not mean “Blond haired and blue eyed”. Though many Aryans did look like that, the Aryans were a sociocultural group that dispersed from the Ukrainian Steppes around 5000-6000BC. They dispersed their language, spiritual knowledge and technology across most of Europe and into Asia, reaching modern day Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.

The Aryans are responsible for giving the West and India most of the religion and culture that we have to this day, albeit somewhat diluted from 2000 years of Christian influence which attempted to erase these traditions.

With all this said, the purpose of this article isn’t to give a potted history of the Aryan People, but rather to address a point and expand further on the little known ancient origins of the European people.

The term Aryan originates from an unknown word in the original Aryan language known as Proto Indo European. The ancient Indians who were of the higher castes referred to themselves as Arya. The god of war in greek myth is Ares, which roughly means “To strive”. Arya should be pronounced Eye-R, rhyming with “fire” and “hire”.

Some people will attempt to argue that it is wrong for us Europeans to refer to ourselves as Aryans, because “Aryan is only an Indian term that refers specifically to High Caste Indians”. This is blatantly untrue, and all ancient Europeans referred to themselves as Aryans, as I am about to prove.

The truth is always hidden in plain sight. Many of the names of nations and peoples in Europe have the word “Aryan” within them, though the meaning has been forgotten over the generations. To discard a term that should be a source of pride and heritage simply because of one instance of its abuse would be simply wrong. Here are some examples of the term being used:

Hungarians (Hunnic-Aryans)

“Hungarian” is a term used to refer to the Aryans who belonged to the Hunnic tribes that live in Eastern Europe that are descended from the Huns, a group of near Eastern nomads who invaded Eastern Europe in the 4th and 5th centuries.

The Huns were intelligent and brave people who fought many wars to defend Eastern Europe from the Roman Empire.

Bulgarians (Volga-Aryans)

Bulgarians are named after the Volga river in Russia. They were originally a nomadic people living in russia but later moved West into what is now Bulgaria, which used to be known as Volgaria, land of the Volga Aryans.

Tockarians (Tucckā Aryans)

Tocharians were the Aryans that lived in the Northwest of China in ancient times. They were feared by the Chinese and Indians for being warlike and “barbaric”, though as I will explain later, being called a “Barb Aryan” isn’t a bad thing.

Tu is Sanskrit for “to move”, as the Tockarians were a nomadic tribe. They were forced to assimilate into other tribes 1500 years ago as a result of droughts in the Tarim Basin where they lived.

Technically a picture of members of the Uyghur ethnic group, but the uyghurs are descended from the Tockarians

Ireland (Arya Land)

Ireland derives its name from the goddess Eire, whose name is pronounced the same as the Sanskrit Arya. The word Ireland literally means “Lands of Eire”, land of the Aryans. Some even argue that Ireland, or somewhere submerged close to Ireland, holds the location of the lost civilization of Atlantis. I personally disagree, but that’s a topic for another post.

Iberians (Iber Aryans)

Iberians are the people who live in the peninsula encompassing what is now Portugal, Spain, Galicia Catalonia and the Basque country. They are so named after the River Ebro that runs through Spain. The river used to be known as the Iber, hence the term “Iber Aryans”.

Barbarians / Barb-Aryan (Bearded Aryan)

The term Barbarian was first used by the Italian city states to refer to anyone who lived beyond the city borders, typically in reference to the Germanic tribes that lived to the North, such as the Goths and Vandals.

Barbarian is a cognate of Latin barba, meaning “beard” and Aryan, meaning noble, as we already established. Therefore, the term Barbarian simply means a “Bearded Aryan”.

Rastafarians (Ras Tafaryan)

(Rastafarians believe blacks are the Aryan race)

The term Rastafarian comes from the Ethiopian title Ras Tafari, which means Noble Head. Ras means a head or leader, and Tafari means noble or respected, and derives from the same root as the word Arya in Sanskrit.

Without exploring the movement in detail, Rastafarians believe that black people are the Aryan race, which is of course not true because the Africans, apart from the ancient Egyptians, had no interaction with the Aryan Indo Europeans. However, this remains the origin of the name of their movement.

Iran (Aryan)

This may not seem as obvious as the others in the list, mainly because the pronunciation has shifted so much from the original. Iran was first settled by the Aryan people before it was taken over by the Arabs.

As I explained earlier, the original pronunciation of Arya, noble, is Eye-R, rhyming with “fire”. Ergo, Aryan was pronounced Eye-ran, and the American pronunciation of Iran is the correct one in terms of reflecting the original meaning of the term. The correct pronunciation is “I ran”.

Some more isolated corners of Iran are still home to the original Aryans, but they are considered to be a threatened group as the greater Arab population has sought to envelope them and to convert them to Islam from Zoroastrianism.

Conclusion:

As is hopefully demonstrably clear, the term Aryan is not a racist one, nor specific merely to India, nor is it racist to refer to oneself as an Aryan. The term “Aryan” is of utmost importance to the preservation of our heritage and our self image as a sociocultural entity, native Europeans. Don’t stop using a term simply because are upset at you using it, instead try to educate people on it and help to keep your heritage alive.

There are likely many other instances of the term used in European nomenclature and language, but this article is merely a cursory list. If you the reader know of any more such instances, please get in touch and I will expand the article.

Health and Happiness!

C.A, Author.

“Accordingly, in the original cycle of Aryan civilizations, both Eastern and Western, there is not the smallest trace of divine figures being so concerned with mankind as to come near to pursuing them in order to gain their adherence and to “save” them. An Aryan mind has too much respect for other people, and its sense of its own dignity is too pronounced to allow it to impose its own ideas upon others, even when it knows that its ideas are correct.”


The spiritual doctrine of Buddhism can be traced back to Nepal, circa 5th century BC, pioneered by Gautama Buddha, a man born in the Sātiya caste, an Aryan warrior aristocracy. Buddha’s ancestors were of Indo-European origin and Julius Evola briefly expounds aspects of Buddhist teachings which align the doctrine with the Aryan character. The qualities of Buddhism, apart from merely its creator’s descent, that are identified as Aryan qualities are thus:

1. Spiritual eliteism; unwillingness to convert others, rather to be sought out not to seek disciples as Christians do.

2. The 32 major physical qualities and 80 minor qualities of the Buddha that determine his eligibility for Buddhahood, demonstrating his high-born traits.

3. Appeasement to the warrior instinct. Buddha is described as a “raging bull” and with a mind of a warrior. Buddha belonged to the warrior caste of early Aryan society.

4. Anti-egalitarian, refusal to expound Siddhas (miracles) to ordinary people.

5. Essentially non-theistic; Nietzschean and meritocratic doctrine.

The Aryan-ness of the Doctrine of Awakening, Julius Evola


We have yet to say something of the “Aryan-ness” of the Buddhist doctrine. Our use of the term Aryan in connection with this doctrine is primarily justified by direct reference to the texts. The term ariya (Skt.: ārya), which in fact means “Aryan,” recurs throughout the canon. The path of awakening is called Aryan-ariya magga: the four fundamental truths are Aryan ariya-saccāni; the mode of knowledge is Aryan-ariya-naya; the teaching is called Aryan (particularly that which considers the contingency of the world’) and is, in turn, addressed to the āriyā; the doctrine is spoken of as accessible and intelligible, not to the common crowd, but only to the ariya. The term ariya has sometimes been translated as “saint.” This, however, is an incomplete translation; it is even discordant when we consider the notable divergence between what is concerned and all that “saintliness” means to a Western man. Nor is the translation of ariya as “noble” or “sublime” any more satisfactory. They are all later meanings of the word, and they do not convey the fullness of the original nor the spiritual, aristocratic, and racial significance that, nevertheless, is largely preserved in Buddhism. This is why Orientalists, such as Rhys Davids and Woodward, have maintained that it is better not to translate the term at all, and they have left ariya wherever it occurs in the texts, either as an adjective or as a noun meaning a certain class of individuals. In the texts of the canon the ariya are the Awakened Ones, those who have achieved Liberation and those who are united to them since they understand, accept, and follow the ariya Doctrine of Awakening: It is necessary, however, that we should emphasize the Aryan-ness of the Buddhist doctrine for various reasons, In the first place, we must anticipate those who will put forward the argument of Asiatic exclusiveness, saying that Buddhism is remote from “our” traditions and “our” races. We have to remember that behind the various caprices of modern historical theories, and as a more profound and primordial reality, there stands the unity of blood and spirit of the white races who created the greatest civilizations both of the East and West, the Iranian and Hindu as well as the ancient Greek and Roman and the Germanic. Buddhism has the right to call itself Aryan both because it reflects in great measure the spirit of common origins and since it has preserved important parts of a heritage that, as we have already said, Western man has little by little forgotten, not only by reason of involved processes of intermarriage, but also since he himself-to a far greater extent than the Eastern Aryans-has come under foreign influences. particularly in the religious field. As we have pointed out, Buddhist asceticism, when certain supplementary elements have been removed, is truly “classical” in its clarity, realism, precision, and firm and articulate structure; we may say it reflects the noblest style of the ancient Aryo-Mediterranean world. Furthermore, it is not only a question of form. The ascesis proclaimed by Prince Siddhattha is suffused throughout with an intimate congeniality and with an accentuation of the intellectual and Olympian element that is the mark of Platonism, Neoplatonism, and Roman Stoicism. Other points of contact are to be found where Christianity has been rectified by a transfusion of Aryan blood that had remained comparatively pure-that is to say, in what we know as German mysticism: there is Meister Eckhart’s sermon on detachment, on Abgeschiedenheit, and his theory of the “noble mind,” and we must not forget Tauter and Silesius, To insist here, as in every other field of thought, on the antithesis between East and West is pure dilettantism. The real contrast exists in the first place between concepts of a modern kind and those of a traditional kind, whether the latter are Eastern or Western; and secondly, between the real creations of the Aryan spirit and blood and those which, in East and West alike, have resulted from the admixture of non-Aryan influences. As Dahlke has justly said, “Among the principal ways of thought in ancient times, Buddhism can best claim to be of pure Aryan origin.”‘ This is true also more specifically. Although we can apply the term Aryan as a generalization to the mass of Indo-European races as regards their common origin (the original homeland of such races, the ariyānem-vaējō, according to the memory consciously preserved in the ancient Iranian tradition, was a hyperborean region or, more generally, northwestern),’ yet, later, it became a designation of caste. Ārya stood essentially for an aristocracy opposed, both in mind and body, not only to obscure, bastard, “demoniacal” races among which must be included the Kosalian and Dravidian strains found by the Hyperboreans in the Asiatic lands they conquered, but also, more generally, to that substratum that corresponds to what we would probably call today the proletarian and plebeian masses born in the normal way to serve, and that in India as in Rome were excluded from the bright cults characteristic of the higher patrician, warrior, and priestly castes. Buddhism can claim to be called Aryan in this more particular social sense also, notwithstanding the attitude, of which we shall have more to say later, that it adopted toward the castes of those times. The man who was later known as the Awakened One, that is, the Buddha, was the Prince Siddhattha. According to some, he was the son of a king; according to others, at least of the most ancient warrior nobility of the Sākiya race, proverbial for its pride: there was a saying, “Proud as a Sākiya.”5 This race claimed descent, like the most illustrious and ancient Hindu dynasties, from the so-called solar race-sūrya vamsa-and from the very ancient king Ikśvāku.6 “He, of the solar race,” one reads of the Buddha.’ He says so himself: “I am descended from the solar dynasty and I was born a Sākiya,”8 and by becoming an ascetic who has renounced the world he vindicates his royal dignity, the dignity of an Aryan king.” Tradition has it that his person appeared as “a form adorned with all the signs of beauty and surrounded by a radiant aureole.”10 To a sovereign who meets him and does not know who he is, he immediately gives the impression of an equal: “Thou hast a perfect body, thou art resplendent, well born, of noble aspect, thou hast a golden colour and white teeth, thou art strong. All the signs that thou art of noble birth are in thy form, all the marks of a superior man.”11 The most fearsome bandit, meeting him, asks himself in amazement who might be “this ascetic who comes alone with no companions, like a conqueror.” – And not only do we find in his body and hearing the characteristics of a khattiya, of a noble warrior of high lineage, but tradition has it that he was endowed with the “thirty-two attributes” that according to an ancient brahmanical doc trine were the mark of the “superior man”-mahāpurisa-lakkhana-for whom “exist only two possibilities, without a third”: either, to remain in the world and to become a cakkavatti, that is, a king of kings, a “universal sovereign,” the Aryan prototype of the “Lord of the Earth,” or else to renounce the world and to become perfectly awakened, the Sambuddha, “one who has removed the veil.'” Legend tells us that in a prophetic vision of a whirling wheel an imperial destiny was foretold for Prince Siddhattha; a destiny that, however, he rejected in favor of the other path.14 It is equally significant that, according to tradition, the Buddha directed that his funeral rite should not be that of an ascetic, but of an imperial sovereign, a cakkavatti.15 In spite of the attitude of Buddhism toward the caste problem, it was generally held that the bodhisatta, those who may one day become awakened, are never horn into a peasant or servile caste but into a warrior or Brāhman caste, that is to say, into the two purest and highest of the Aryan castes: indeed, in the conditions then prevailing, the warrior caste, the khattiya, was said to be the more favoured.’ This Aryan nobility and this warrior spirit are reflected in the Doctrine of Awakening itself. Analogies between the Buddhist ascesis and war, between the qualities of an ascetic and the virtues of a warrior and of a hero recur frequently in the canonical texts: “a struggling ascetic with fighting breast,” “an advance with a fighter’s steps,” “hero, victor of the battle,” “supreme triumph of the battle,” “favorable con ditions for the combat,” qualifies of “a warrior becoming to a king, well worthy of a king, attributes of a king,” etc.”-and in such maxims as: “to die in battle is better than to live defeated.” As for “nobility,” it is bound up here with aspiration toward superhumanly inspired liberty. “As a bull, I have broken every bond”-says Prince Siddhattha.19 “Having laid aside the burden, he has destroyed the bonds of existence”: this is a theme that continually recurs in the texts, and refers to one who follows the path they indicate. As “summits hard to climb, like solitary lions” the enlightened are described.2° The Awakened One is “a proud saint who has climbed the most sublime mountain peaks, who has penetrated the remotest forests, who has descended into profound abysses.”21 He himself said, “I serve no man, l have no need to serve any man”;22 an idea that recalls the “autonomous and immaterial race,” the race “without a king” (αβασίλεντος)-being itself kingly-a race that is also mentioned in the West 23 He is “ascetic, pure, the knower, free, sovereign.” These, which are frequent even in the oldest texts, are some of the attributes. not only of the Buddha, but also of those who travel along the same path. The natural exaggeration of some of these attributes does not alter their significance at least as symbols and indications of the nature of the path and ideal indicated by Prince Siddhattha, and of his spiritual race. The Buddha is an outstanding example of a royal ascetic; his natural counterpart in dignity is a sovereign who, like a Caesar, could claim that his race comprehended the majesty of kings as well as the sacred ness of the gods who hold even the rulers of men in their power 2 We have seen that the ancient tradition has this precise significance when it speaks of the essential nature of individuals who can only be either imperial or perfectly awakened. We are close to the summits of the Aryan spiritual world. A particular characteristic of the Aryan-ness of the original Buddhist teaching is the absence of those proselytizing manias that exist, almost without exception, in direct proportion to the plebeian and anti-aristocratic character of a belief. An Aryan mind has too much respect for other people, and its sense of its own dignity is too pronounced to allow it to impose its own ideas upon others, even when it knows that its ideas are correct. Accordingly, in the original cycle of Aryan civilizations, both Eastern and Western, there is not the smallest trace of divine figures being so con cerned with mankind as to come near to pursuing them in order to gain their adherence and to “save” them. The so-called salvationist religions-the Erlösungsreligionen, in German-make their appearance both in Europe and Asia at a later date, together with a lessening of the preceding spiritual tension, with a fall from Olympian consciousness and, not least, with influxes of inferior ethnic and social elements. That the divinities can do little for men, that man is fundamentally the artificer of his own destiny, even of his development beyond this world-this characteristic view held by original Buddhism demonstrates its difference from some later forms, especially of the Mahāyāna schools, into which infiltrated the idea of a power from on high busying itself with mankind in order to lead each individual to salvation. In point of method and teaching, in the original texts we see that the Buddha expounds the truth as he has discovered it, without imposing himself on anyone and without employing outside means to persuade or “convert.” “He who has eyes will see”-is a much repeated saying of the texts. “Let an intelligent man come to me”-we read26-“a man without a tortuous mind, without hypocrisy, an upright man: I will instruct him, I will expound the doctrine. If he follows the instruction, after a short while he himself will recognize, he himself will see, that thus indeed one liberates oneself from the bonds, the bonds, that is, of ignorance.” Here follows a simile of an infant freeing itself gradually from its early limitations; this image exactly corresponds to the Platonic simile of the expert midwife and the art of aiding births. Again: “I will not force you, as the potter his raw clay. By reproving I will instruct, and by urging you. He who is sound will endure.”27′ Besides, the original intention of Prince Siddhattha was, having once achieved his knowledge of truth, to communicate it to no one, not from ill-mindedness, but because he realized its profundity and foresaw that few would understand it. Having then recognized the existence of a few individuals of a nobler nature with clearer vision, he expounded the doctrine out of com passion, maintaining, however, his distance, his detachment, and his dignity. Whether disciples come to him or not, whether or not they follow his ascetic precepts, “always he remains the same.”28 This is his manner: “Know persuasion and know dissuasion; knowing persuasion and knowing dissuasion do not persuade and do not dissuade: expound only reality. “It is wonderful”-says another text30-“it is astonishing that no one exalts his own teaching and no one despises the teaching of another in an order where there are so many guides to show the doctrine.” This, too, is typically Aryan. It is true that the spiritual power that the Buddha possessed could not but show itself sometimes almost automatically, demanding immediate recognition. We read, for example, of the incident described as “the first footprint of the elephant,” where wise men and expert dialecticians wait for the Buddha at a ford seeking an opportunity to defeat him with their arguments, but when they see him they ask only to hear the doctrine;” or of another where, when the Buddha enters a discussion, his words destroy all opposition “like a furious elephant or a blazing fire.”32 There is the account of his former companions who, believing him to have left the road of asceticism, propose among themselves not to greet him, but who when immediately they see him go to meet him; and there is the story of the fierce bandit Angulimāla who is awed by the Buddha’s majestic figure. In any case, it is certain that the Buddha, in his Aryan superiority, always abstained from using indirect methods of persuasion and, in particular, never used any that appealed to the irrational, sentimental, or emotional element in a human being. This rule too is definite: “You must not, 0 disciples, show to laymen the miracle of the super-normal powers. He who does this is guilty of an offence of wrongdoing.” The individual is put on one side: “In truth, the noble sons declare their higher knowledge in such a manner, that they state the truth without any reference whatsoever to their own person.”’34 “Why is this?”-says the Buddha to one who has eagerly waited for a long time to see him–“He who sees the law sees me and he who sees me sees the law. In truth, by seeing the law I am seen and by seeing me the law is seen.”35 Being himself awakened. the Buddha wishes only to encourage an awakening in those who are capable of it: an awakening, in the first place, of a sense of dignity and of vocation, and in the second, of intellectual intuition. A man who is incapable of intuition, it is said, cannot approve.36 The noble miracle “conforming to the Aryan nature” (ariya-iddhi) as opposed to prodigies based on extranormal phenomena, and considered to be non-Aryan (anariya-iddhi) is concerned with this very point. The “miracle of the teaching” stirs the faculty of discernment and furnishes a new and accurate measure of all values;” the most typical of the canonical expressions for this is: ‘”There is this’-he understands-‘There is the common and there is the excellent, and there is a higher escape beyond this perception of the senses. “’38 Here is a characteristic passage describing the awakening of intuition: “His the disciple’s] heart suddenly feels pervaded with sacred enthusiasm and his whole mind is revealed pure, clear, shining as the luminous disc of the moon: and the truth appears to him in its completeness.'” This is the foundation of the only “faith,” of the only “right confidence” considered by the order of the Aryans, “an active confidence, rooted in insight, firm”; a confidence that “no penitent or priest, no god or devil, no angel nor anyone else in the world can destroy.”41’ Perhaps it is worth briefly discussing a final point. The fact that the Buddha, normally, does not appear in the Pāli texts as a supernatural being descended to earth to broadcast a “revelation,” but as a man who expounds a truth that he himself has seen and who indicates a path that he himself has trodden, as a man who, having himself crossed by his own unaided efforts” to the other bank of the river, helps others to cross over42-this fact must not lead us to make the figure of the Buddha too human. Even if we omit the Bodhisatta theory that so often suffers from infiltration of fabulous elements and that only came into being at a later period, the concept in the early texts of what is known as kolankola makes us seek in the Buddha the re-emergence of a luminous principle already kindled in preceding generations: this is an idea that agrees perfectly with what we are about to say on the historical significance of the Buddhist Doctrine of Awakening. In any ease, whatever his antecedents, it is extremely difficult to draw a line between what is human and what is not, when we are dealing with a being who has inwardly attained deathlessness (amata) and who is presented as the living incarnation of a law hound up with that which is transcendental and that can be “confined” by nothing-apariyā-panna. The question of race comes in here, too. If a being feels himself remote from metaphysical reality, then he will imagine any strength that he may acquire as a “grace,” knowledge will appear as “revelation” in its accepted meaning in the West since the time of the Hebrew prophets, and the announcer of a law may assume for him “di-vine” proportions rather than be justly regarded as one who has destroyed ignorance and who has become “awakened.” This separation from metaphysical reality masks the dignity and the spiritual level of a teaching and wraps the person of the teacher himself in an impenetrable fog. One thing is certain: ideas of “revelations” and of men-gods can only sound foreign to an Aryan spirit and to a “noble son” (kula-putta), particularly in periods when the mind of humanity had not yet entirely lost the memory of its own origins. This introduces us to the next chapter, where we shall say some-thing of the meaning and of the function of the doctrine of Prince Siddhattha in the general setting of the ancient Indo-Aryan world.




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!

It is very hard to oppose something when you don’t know what’s causing it and why. In this case, the “something” I refer to is a loss of our European cultures, race, ethnicity and attitude. We need to know what happened and why, and spread this information fast, or there can be no hope of survival.

  • When I look at the biggest degenerates in our society (fat people, transgenders, homosexuals, liberals, etc) they all seem to have one thing in common (you will learn quickly reading this blog that an ability to recognise patterns is of paramount importance). Every degenerate is either middle class, in which case they lack any meaningful first-hand education on the value of poverty and how it enhances you, a welfare parasite who is in the wrong for the same reasons, or are from a “Nuclear” family with 2 children or even only one child who is/was spoilt by their parents and never allowed to suffer. Say what you want about religion, and I will say what I want about certain religions when the time permits, but the Bible is truly correct in labelling idle hands as the devil’s workshop. When people work or study hard, their needs are focused on the improvement of the self and less about pleasure seeking. The sights narrow on the problems and conundrums that shape a person’s character for the better or worse and only hardship can offer you this. Our ancestors knew of the dangers of decadence and the “barbarian” northernmen, laughed at for their simple lifestyle, laughed right back at the Romans for their lavish clothes, banquets and enjoyment of young boys. 
  • When a person grows up in a modern environment, this necessity for self-excellence is removed due to the ability to fall back upon others. The people I see carrying the banner, with the exception of a few upper class eccentrics such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, are the working class people, excluding the aforementioned welfare parasites who pretend to be working class. Working class people need the tribe to survive; it is integral to their very identity that they belong to and even enhance their environment. The upper classes do not feel this same necessity, yet. More about this in an article about the Kali Yuga/Ragnörok. 

So, the common denominator, and European enemy number one, is comfort. Comfort kills all in the end and is a slow death, the inevitability of which we are in danger of leaving until it is too late. Unless we start realising that our survival is integrally based on the abolition of our hedonism, we will not survive much longer for reasons I will explain in later articles.

It is through discomfort that character can develop, and this is the European way. This has to come with legal and political changes as well as social changes though, as there are people in shady places that are gaining from our miserable “Welfare” system and cheap imported products which destroy our ability to buy quality European goods at an affordable price. We either need to push for the eradication of the welfare state now or prepare for when it crumbles, but either way its going to be destroyed.

  • We need to get used to growing our own food.
  • We need to get used to paying our own way.
  • Heracles slaying the Nemian Lion. This was one of the 12 labors that
     Heracles had to complete to gain recompense for the slaying of his family
  • We need to build our own homes and run our own communities. 

Do whatever you can to sack off this wicked comfort machine. Turn off your televisions, do exercise. Perfect your body and mind and reap what you sow and nothing more, otherwise you’ll have to pay later down the line ten times worse.

The common denominator for the destruction of culture and community is at every stage the absence of a necessity to be part of something larger and more widespread than oneself.

Let us go to our own scriptures, and the story of the labours of Heracles as an example for the necessity of endurance and suffering for what we have ourselves caused.

The alpha male Heracles was, it must be said, unfairly hypnotised by Hera into slaying his wife and children. Immediately distraught by what he had done, he sought guidance from the Gods who instructed him that he would have to commit 12 mighty deeds for his misgivings to be forgiven. Heracles, unlike your modern day comfort loving liberal “victims”, accepted this punishment and acknowledge the struggle would be beneficial for his self improvement. Though Heracles was not really guilty for the death of his family, it is the role of a great man to attempt to right as many wrongs as he can, regardless of who caused them.

The comfort culture seems to have killed this. In the last 100 years since the advent of modern technology, most importantly electricity, everyone has began to see themselves not as a survivor but as a victim. Everything is just someone else’s fault or someone else’s problem. Its the “Don’t we have a guy that normally handles that?” mentality. And yes, there probably is a guy somewhere, or several, that are making sure your life is as cosy and profit-inducing as possible. The issue comes when the electricity, oil, mass produced garbage food and products, and artificially simulated money propping up Europe (more on the fractional reserve banking system in a later article) is gone!

Doing what is easy is not the same as doing what is best. A person who is not comfortable is not dependent, and a person who is not dependent is not easily manipulated. They are a person who sticks strongly to their character and integrity because it is necessary. Its time we brought back a bit of natural selection. Bog sacrifice anyone?

Heil Heracles! Heil Europa! Heil to those who tread a path not because it is easy, but because it is difficult. They will be the true victors in the end of days!