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Holy wrath, 6

As for the clothing of symbolic animal skins, it obeys a shamanic, totemic and pagan tradition to the core, and we pay attention to this because it expresses a very important idea. The wolf and the bear are signs of free masculinity—pure, wild, fertile and unrestrained. The skin of the bear or the wolf was…

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The Rite of Spring

Or: a response to Bratok You completely missed the point of Soberana’s essay, although I still have to translate the other half. To put it in philosophical terms, whites are dying because they fell prey of ‘the Empire of the yin’. What whites need is that the pendulum strikes back all the way toward the…

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Editor’s note: Many painters have imagined the agony in the Garden of Gethsemane with Semitic or mudblood characters. You can imagine the catastrophe for the Aryan psyche when handsome White statues and paintings of Roman frescoes representing Whites was abandoned in favour of Semitic models! What I like about Fra Angelico is that he Nordicizes…

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Holy wrath, 5

by Evropa Soberana As you can see, the reasons are as varied as the opinionated characters that advance such theories. The best-known explanation, however, is that these men fought drugged. According to this theory, the berserkers ingested a fungus called amanita muscaria (a white-stem mushroom with red cap and white spots, which abounds in the…

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Holy wrath, 4

by Evropa Soberana In Old Norse mythology, the einherjar means literally ‘army of one’ or ‘those who fight alone’; those who have died in battle and are brought to Valhalla by valkyries.   Another quality that was attributed to the berserkergang possessed was the ‘disable the arms of the adversary’, which probably implied that the…

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