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by Martin Kerr THERE IS NO REGION on Earth that Aryans have not at least visited, including remote Pacific islands, sand-choked deserts and steaming tropical rain forests, and most countries today have at least a token Aryan population. But historically, the homeland of our Folk has been in the North,…
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IN THIS virtual Yule card from National Socialist Germany, we hear the modern band Of the Wand and the Moon singing “We Are Dust.” In one section, the voice of a distraught woman is heard, saying “I want to die” — a tragically common sentiment among White people today,…
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  American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 23, 2017 by Kevin Alfred Strom WE WILL CONTINUE my interview with Sonny Thomas in one week — today we offer some words of hope and joy about this special season. Above you’ll see a new video produced by the talented couple who run the…
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Focus of Celebration: consider first your purpose(s) for the celebration, such as: Strengthen family bonding with each other Expand upon existing patterns of family celebrations Attune family to Nature’s cycles Attune family to its membership in the community of all life on planet Earth…
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The Wheel of the Year: A look into Europe’s ancient traditions and myths, that illuminate her time-honored values. by Frank Jamger INDIGENOUS EUROPEANS traditionally celebrate eight holidays whose dates are set by significant positions of the Earth as it revolves around the Sun. These positions…
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by Collin Cleary YULE IS the midwinter festival celebrated by my ancestors and by Germanic neo-pagans today. Midwinter is a time when much of nature seems to die or to depart. The trees are stripped of their leaves. The birds abandon us, flying off to warmer climes. Bears, badgers, chipmunks, and squirrels…
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by Matt Koehl ONCE AGAIN, another Yuletide is here. Once again, we celebrate an occasion which has been sacred and joyous in the history of our race for 10,000 years. Throughout the race-life of our Northern European ancestors, the coming of the shortest days of the year always called for a renewing festival.…
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