How to Filter and Purify Rain Water for Home Use

If you’re interested in becoming self-sufficient, one of the first steps you’ll have to make is to make sure you have enough drinkable, clean water for everyday use. Even if you own a well or rely on a municipal water supply, you should still make sure that you have an alternative source. One such source […]

Ύβρις και Ἀστραῖα

I was born in my own blood and guts, afflicted by fetal gastroschisis – something which only 10-20% percent of newborn babies survived at the time. The operation, which was carried out by an extremely skillful and talented German doctor from Bonn, turned out to be successful after the first try – something that happens […]

Splendor Solis VII: Oration to the Mother of the Gods

Is it requisite that we should speak about particulars of this kind; and that we should divulge, by a written oration, things which it is not lawful to mention, and which are ineffable? I mean, who Attis or Gallus is; and who the mother of the gods: what the particulars are respecting her sacred rites; […]

Effects of Mass Immigration II: Diversity and Equality

People duped into leftist attitudes tend to believe in the most illogical things. For instance, many years ago when I was in junior high school, I was told by a leftist history teacher that there is no proof for us being different from other races. He continued to explain that all our abilities and achievements […]

Splendor Solis V: To Apollo and the Sun

The Sun’s resplendent deity I sing, The beauteous offspring of almighty Jove, Who, thro’ the vivifying solar fount Within his fabricative mind conceal’d, A triad form’d of splendid solar gods; From whence the world’s all-various forms emerg’d From mystic darkness into beauteous light, Perfect, and full of intellectual goods. Hail! Supermundane king of light divine, […]

Splendor Solis IV: The Last Pagan

The short-lived Emperor Julian (331-363 CE) succeeded Constantine in 361 CE. He shocked the empire by renouncing Christianity, which earned him the title “the Apostate” by Church historians. He issued an edict of religious freedom (which concerned those that didn’t even know the meaning of the term – the rabid murderous fanatics of Galilee and […]

A Very Concise History of Upper Silesia

Upper Silesia (Upper Silesian: Gůrny Ślůnsk, German: Oberschlesien, Latin: Silesia Superior) – before the name existed, the land itself was inhabited by Neolithic European people, then by Celts and later by Germanic and Slavic tribes. They intermingled peacefully and could set a great example for modern Europeans, who so often choose to fight each other instead […]

Splendor Solis III: Cernunnos

Cernunnos is a name given to the Celtic Horned God. Horn – in Gaulish and Galatian karnon, Latin cornu , Germanic hurnaz, English horn, Proto-Indo-European k̑r̥no-. The name itself appears only in one instance – on the Pillar of Boatmen, built in the 1st century and recovered from under Notre-Dame de Paris on 6 March […]

Listen to Jews

I want you to pay close attention to what the Jews, often those in positions of power and authority, say about themselves and their own genocidal agenda. You may hear me say that they are conspiring, thieving, terrorizing, torturing, raping, murdering sociopaths and ethnic fanatics that hold the non-Jewish life in absolute disregard. But don’t […]