Posts Tagged

Aryans

Video

WHILE THE religion of the Proto-Indo-Europeans aka Aryans is associated with horse-drawn chariots, the Norse pagan religions of the bronze age, Vendel, and Viking era were associated with boats. This might be because the Nordic boat cult predates the arrival of the Indo-European culture in Northern…
Read More
Essays

by Helmut Stuka EVERY TIMELESS truth seems obvious in retrospect. It is the mark of supreme genius to first discover or synthesize a truth which is beyond the ken of they who know it not, yet obvious to all who know it already. This principle holds true in abstract mathematics, in the natural sciences,…
Read More
Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (1908-1994, pictured) SOME READERS may be familiar with the Chinese detective stories that van Gulik translated (The Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee) and imitated (The Haunted Monastery), which are quite enjoyable as good stories as well as portrayals of some important aspects…
Read More
Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) AMERICANS who do not read German readily will be glad to know that the fine historical study by Ingrid Weckert, Feuerzeichen, die “Reichskristallnacht” (Tübingen, 1981), which was reviewed in Liberty Bell by Dr. Charles E. Weber, January 1989, pp. 15-20,…
Read More
Essays

by Sam Francis BY LOOKING AT the deep racial-cultural history of whites since ancient times, we discover more profoundly who we are, where we come from, and where we may be going. We may also learn how to control those traits that are now contributing to our destruction and to make use of them and other,…
Read More
David DukeEssays

by David Duke WHO CAN FORGET the day on which he first sees one of the Seven Wonders of the World? I vividly remember the details of the August day when I first saw the Taj Mahal. (ILLUSTRATION: Leprous Indian beggar) Armed with a camera and a frayed notepad, I trotted out of the YMCA at about 5:30 in the morning.…
Read More
Classic Essays

by Mark Deavin IN JULY 1996 two students wading in the Columbia River at Kennewick, Washington, stumbled across the skeletal remains of a middle-aged European male. At first anthropologists presumed they had discovered a pioneer who had died in the late 1800’s. But radiocarbon dating subsequently…
Read More
Classic Essays

Celtic folkways and the clash with Romans and Germans by Nick Griffin IN THE previous issue we looked at the origins and prehistory of the Celts. We traced their spread westward over Europe and their growing influence on their neighbors, up until the time of their first clashes with the Romans. (ILLUSTRATION:…
Read More
Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver Atheism and Pessimism IF YOU SEARCH the annals of mankind for a parallel to the strict materialism and concomitant atheism that is the premise of a very large part of the dominant thought of our time and simply taken for granted by many of our best minds, you will find the closest parallel…
Read More
Classic Essays

EDITOR’S NOTE: R. G. Fowler published the following extracts from Savitri Devi’s Defiance under the title “The Superman: The Purpose of the Universe, the Meaning of Life.” I am reprinting it here because of the resemblance to William Pierce’s philosophy of cosmotheism. For more on cosmotheism,…
Read More