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 vĂ®ra, eager for transfiguration.”     

Miguel Serrano.

National Socialist Germany was the first country to require whole grains be used in commercial bread-making. 

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!

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!