Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Our friends over at Volkisch-Paganism have reproduced an excellent article about Henry Williamson. Williamson's name maybe largely unknown but his books are widely read, with Tarka the Otter being one of his most famous, Like many countryside campaigners at the time, Williamson was a stronger supporter of National Socialist Germany and was a member of Mosley's British Union of Fascists.
Monday, 5 October 2015
The importance of the traditional family
The traditional family is the living embodiment of the concept of Blood and Soil. The traditional family of a father, mother and children is by definition the natural family.
The word 'family' itself came into use probably via the Normans - as the original English word for family is hiwscipe or hiwan. This relates to the Old High German 'hiwo' husband, 'hiwa' wife. We also find that the Gothic term was Haim - which cognates with our word Ham, as in Hamlet. A hamlet in England is a village without a church. So we can see now how the word for family also held a sense of belonging - not only to a family or extended family (kindred) - but belonging to a place. The settlement of one family became a hamlet - over time a village and from that the towns and cities. We see the English word Ham cognate with the German 'Heim' or home. The National Socialist term 'Heimat' meant 'to have a spiritual connection or love for the homeland'. This spiritual connection comes via the blood which are the bonds of the family.
Wednesday, 30 September 2015
Our ancestral lands of Europe have shaped us into the people we are today. Always striving for something better, aiming for the stars, we go where no other people have dared to go before, and we welcome the adventure. The European people are beautiful, brilliant, kind, loving, and worth celebrating. Our way of life needs to be protected and preserved. Our history, accomplishments, culture, poetry and literature will all cease to exist if we don’t preserve our people and our way of life. We need to do everything we can to create a better world for future generations. We are told our people are evil, and it’s wrong to want to live amongst our own. We are told we need to bring in the third world to enrich us with diversity, when we have plenty of beautiful diversity amongst our own people. If we lose our identity, our light will shine no more. We are a tiny minority of the global population, and yet we are denied lands that we can call our own. If we don’t think about the future and plan accordingly, our children will not have a world of their own. It is time to stand up together and protect ourselves and future generations. Racial identity is more than skin deep. Millennia of hardship, environment, tradition, culture, and struggle have honed us into the people that we are. Our history has shown, that together, we can do anything.
Friday, 25 September 2015
“We have desecrated the world … transforming her into a dead heavy sphere, a composite of aggregated atoms, of rock, metals and lime, or at most oil, without knowing what this substance is truthfully. We extract it, exploit it, dirty the earth, destroy everything, with a materialist Judaic criteria, without knowing that the earth is still a living being with body, soul and spirit, with a vîra, eager for transfiguration.”
Tuesday, 8 September 2015
Here is a link to a BBC educational page, which teaches school aged children about the 'Nazi' family. Now I don't know if the BBC are trying to portray the National Socialist attitudes toward women as wrong? but personally I cannot see anything unhealthy within the entire article!
Have a look at the sample question and the answers they suggest. They all seem healthy and natural to me!!
Women were supposed to emulate traditional German peasant fashions...and [not] smoke in public
Have a look at the sample question and the answers they suggest. They all seem healthy and natural to me!!
Tuesday, 1 September 2015
If you're like me - then the first of September will bring the start of the mushroom foraging season! I've been a mushroom hunter for many years now, and as usual it's a wet start to September - ideal mushroom growing conditions! In fact today I was out collecting Birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) which isn't really edible* but can be made into a tincture for medicinal use. (*it is edible but tastes terrible and has a horrible texture!)
Every book you read on mushrooms will tell you never to eat a mushroom unless you know what it is. As there are many hundreds of mushrooms my idea was to learn the ten most poisonous mushrooms, and the ten most easily recognisable edible mushrooms. That way you can't really go wrong - though there is the theory that you can eat any mushroom - at least once!
The most famous mushroom is probably the Fly Agaric or Amanita muscaria. It is the Amanita family that contains the most poisonous mushrooms. There are various myths about the Berserkers and their supposed use of the mushroom. In the picture below we see a ritual drum used by Woden's Folk, which contains many runic symbols. Around the Irminsul are drawings of a very ancient symbol used to represent the Fly Agaric mushroom, and the runic element is very clear - the Death rune!
Friday, 7 August 2015
“we owe the animals not mercy but justice, and the debt often remains unpaid in Europe, the continent that is permeated with Foeter Judaicus … it is obviously high time in Europe that Jewish views on nature were brought to an end … the unconscionable treatment of the animal world must, on account of its immorality, be expelled from Europe".
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)
Saturday, 1 August 2015
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
It has been reported in the news that a wild beaver has given birth in the English wilds, for the first time in around 400 years. The European Beaver was once a native of these isles, so it is good news to hear that they might just retake their place in the British countryside.
A large part of the problem is that species no longer have a natural bio-region, free from interference, in which they can survive. The Romans, Normans and later the Victorians imported hundreds of species into the UK. This placed pressure on native stocks which often could not compete. We only need look at the most obvious examples - the red squirrel, the English bluebell, the native honey bee, white clawed crayfish - everyone of these examples now faces massive decline in numbers because of the deliberate introduction of non native and more aggressive foreign species (ie the grey squirrel, the Spanish bluebell, Italian bees [often disease ridden], American Signal).
And what of our native peoples? We are a part of a natural order and if we do not learn from what is happening all around us, we will soon follow suit.
England is our Lebensraum - our space to live.
Sunday, 21 June 2015
Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Well as you can see I've slowed right down with the number of posts I've made to this blog - this is because I've been busy in the veg garden mostly, and we also have extended our self sufficiency efforts to include bee keeping.
For those who follow the Ethel Project, some photos of the garden in its present state. In addition to this, I've planted honey berry, pear and a third grape!
Above and below, various peas now growing their pods. Most of the veg I have planted is native to Europe and are heirloom, meaning I can save the seeds (this does not work with F1 types from garden centres). There are obvious exceptions to this, notably the potato which originates from the America's, though I've managed to find a variety called 'Saxon'. A friend tells me he once grew a variety of beetroot called 'Wotan'!!
The pods are a wonderful yellow and the flowers vary from blue thru purple!
above - young blue berry in the foreground with red current behind. In addition to these fruits we have white current, strawberry, gooseberry, honey berry (a member of the honeysuckle family) black berry and raspberry, tay berry and wine berry.
Squash and courgette (zucchini to our America friends) with the start of a coppiced wood frame which they'll grow against. Cut the bottom off old plastic tubs / garden pots and put these into grow bags, then back fill with good compost. This helps keep the fruit (yes they are a fruit!) off the ground, holds the water for longer and helps protect against the snails and slugs.
one of our few Wyandottes - a hardy small breed from America which are ideal for small holders. I've bred chicks for about eight years, and Wyandottes are by far the best breed I've kept. They lay good sized eggs (for a large bantam) and still can be used as a table bird. As I only keep pure breed birds I don't get eggs over winter (you'll need a hybrid for that). They go broody maybe twice a year but are excellent mums! John Seymour suggests if you want ducks, use a broody chicken to hatch them - chickens make better mums to ducklings than ducks!!
Monday, 8 June 2015
“A solid stock of small and medium farmers has at all times been the best protection which a nation could have against the social diseases that are prevalent to-day. Moreover, that is the only solution which guarantees the daily bread of a nation within the framework of its domestic national economy. With this condition once guaranteed, industry and commerce would retire from the unhealthy position of foremost importance which they hold to-day and would … no longer constitute the basis of the national subsistence, but would be auxiliary institutions. By fulfilling their proper function, which is to adjust the balance between national production and national consumption, they render the national subsistence more or less independent of foreign countries and thus assure the freedom and independence of the nation, especially at critical junctures in its history.”
Monday, 27 April 2015
Personally, I'd love to see the Lynx return to the UK wild. Wolves, bears and lynx have all been reintroduced back into the European wild, with positive results. In 1935, the Reichsnaturschutzgesetz (Reich Nature Protection Act) was passed in National Socialist Germany, which placed several native species on a protection list including the wolf and Eurasian lynx.
Thursday, 2 April 2015
The Mümmelmann - as you've seen on my other blogs I've been concentrating on pagan Easter symbols - especially the Hare. Hermann Löns' Mümmelmann' (the Hare) was another of his books, but unfortunately there is no English translation. The photo above is a monument to Hermann Löns, and uses a Hare symbol instead of the usual Wolf-hook!
Tuesday, 31 March 2015
The Bundschuh is one of the most important Wehrbauer symbols. The English translation is the Bind-shoe, however the German Bund refers to a folk-collective or movement too so that the name Bundschuh is a play on words.
In Wodenism, we find that Wid-Ar (Vidar) also has a shoe as his symbol, for Wid-Ar is the god of those who work the land - he is a forest god, the silent god, god of the silent majority! Wid-Ar's shoe is made form all the discarded leather scraps, which he wears when he forces open the jaws of the Fenris wolf.
The flag of the peasant leader Geyer is described in K Weißmann's book 'Schwarze Fahnen' as black, yellow and green, which are traditional Saxon colours. It would seem that many of the Bundschuh flags were the same, either Black, Black-Yellow-Green or Black-White-Red.
above - Bundschuh peasant banner
below - Fryheit (Freiheit - Freedom/Liberty)
below - Fryheit (Freiheit - Freedom/Liberty)
In this flag the diagonal row of crowns is also found on the flag of Saxony
Wednesday, 11 March 2015
Today British MPs voted in favour to ban branded cigarette packaging -which is good new in my opinion. Tobacco is terrible drug which kills thousands of our folk.
The National Socialists went to great lengths to stamp out smoking and led the worlds first anti smoking campaign. National Socialists were the first to screen the population for lung cancer and banned certain types of tobacco advertising, such as adverts that encouraged woman to smoke. They were also the first to ban smoking in some public places, on buses,trains and trams.
The old proverb 'Healthy body, healthy mind' is a known truth. It it the duty of our people to eliminate smoking from our society - and we should all support causes that tackle alcohol and tobacco addictions.
I strongly recommend reading 'The Nazi War on Cancer' which details the German effort to protect the health of the nation from cancer - and not just from smoking, but from asbestos and factory dust amongst other causes. The book also describes how the National Socialists gave the worker extra rights including giving woman extra protection in the workplace, were one of the first governments to extent work breaks for pregnant women and in extending maternity leave.
Anti smoking advert from NS Germany.
More active readers who are interested in martial arts and circuit training may be interested in this link (these guys are not political, but are proud Europeans).
Wednesday, 4 March 2015
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Black Front Press is currently printing copies of THE GREEN BOOK by Muammar al-Qathafi. I've not read this book myself (and have ordered a copy). However, I have just read a very interesting book on the History of Central Banking with touched on Libya. Libya could have only be described as a 'workers paradise'. Some of Libya's policies included paying students rather than charging them to attend university, interest free loans, cars costing factory prices, free health care - the list goes on. So I look forward to reading this book - open minded folk should support the Black Front Press too.
In what seems to be a very embarrassing interview for Green Party leader Natalie Bennett, the true policies of the modern so-called leftist 'greens' are exposed once more for the anti-environmental agenda it truly is. The 'Greens' (sic) wish to build 500,00 new houses across England. This policy is shared by the other parties, so not a new one. But where are these houses going to be built? The Conservatives are secretly planning a new city, and Labour have never hidden their hatred of rural England. No matter where these new houses will be built it will mean the destruction of Green Belt land and rural communities.
The simple truth is we don't need more houses - we just need less immigrants! You cannot support mass immigration and claim to be pro-environment as the two opinions are political opposites! The left need to understand that they themselves are the cause of Green Belt destruction, because they openly supported endless mass immigration. Others such as the founders of the eco-village Tinkers Bubble joined the nationalist BNP - thus proving the concept of Blood and Soil isn't isolated to just the political 'far-right'.
The problem of mass immigration is that the folk no longer feel a connection to the land. The soil is no longer seen as a living entity, but a commodity sold simply to build houses and shopping centres on. The sacredness we held for the land was lost when Aryan-kind rejected our forefathers gods and started worshipping the suffering-god. Likewise, the majority of immigrants who come to Europe (or from Europe to the UK) are Abrahamic who also reject the concept that the soil is sacred, thus thy have no connection to their native lands other than a materialistic one!
We must as a folk reconnect with the soil. This is the true meaning of Ecology* and the true concept of Blood and Soil.
* The term 'ecology' was first coined by the German environmentalist Ernst Haeckel - a radical nationalist and anti-semite.
Monday, 2 February 2015
Saturday, 31 January 2015
I'll take some time later and produce a list of books which I certainly recommend reading. I've just received this small paperback book by Abir Taha. Taha, born in Lebanon is the author of the Aryan-pagan classic and essential reading 'Arya'.
Defining Terrorism: The End of Double Standards -
Sunday, 11 January 2015
Woden's Folk Ethel Project -
The winter months are when we prepare the soil for growing. Any frost will help breakdown the soil. Now it the time to add compost and organic matters which will feed the soil. Worms will 'pull' this organic matter down into the earth which will feed the soil. As these patches will be for peas and beans, I'll need to add lime as these crops don't like an acidic soil.
In these bed, which is about 3 x 11 foot, I've added mulch from my own compost heap one end (near side) and shop bought soil improver the other (far side).
The raised bed is made from four 6 foot scaffold boards. which have been painted with a wood preserve. I've three of the raised beds which will be for root veg as the ground is very stony and root veg will 'split'.
This patch runs parallel with the others. As my garden faces north/south my beds run east/west to catch as much sun as possible. This patch is heavily mulched with acidic (fir) compost. In the patch there are two established red current bushes, three smaller bushes no older than a year and in the green tub is an established blueberry. This patch is abut 1 1/2 foot by 12 foot long.
Monday, 5 January 2015
Woden's Folk Ethel Project
More information on the Ethel Project here. This project was started by English Wodenists in the Midlands in the 1980's as a way of sharing information on growing home produce.
In the new spring I'll be adding articles to this blog, as well as contributing to the Woden's Folk Ethel Project with my own experiences with growing fruit and veg.
All Wehrbauer readers are encouraged the read the books but the self sufficiency guru John Seymour, whose love of the natural world meant he embraced an organic approach to homesteading, whilst still maximising production. He really is regarded the 'father' of the self sufficient!
My own garden is now being prepared for the spring. When I moved into my home there were over 30 trees in the garden, unfortunately not one was a fruit tree! The winter months are ideal for tree planting as trees are dormant during the cold months. So to put this right I've planted apple, plum and gage which will provide fruit and will also act as a natural hedge, which will of course in turn help the wildlife, especially the wild birds.
One of the worst farming practises in modern age is the 'super' farms *, vast acres of land growing a monocultured crop. Farms today are owned by business and wealthy land owners. The farmers themselves are tenets and have little say in how farms are managed. The removal of the natural hedges has had a disastrous effect of our wildlife, as well as contributing to land erosion.
We can help put this right by planting natural hedges, or even just a few fruit trees in the garden, which will after a few years provide fruit for the family - and will taste far better than those from the supermarket! And unlike growing veg - growing fruit is very easy, as once you have planted your tree or fruit bush, nature will take care of the rest, thus a relatively hassle free means of food production. Even bad or rotten fruit can be composted.
This winter join in and plant a fruit tree!
* Walter Darre (The National Socialist Peasant Leader) banned farms from becoming larger than 500 acres in size and ensured that all farms became Erbhof farms, meaning that a bank could never seize a farm from the owner.