Monday, October 18, 2010

Golden Dawn - In Memoriam Pavlos Melas

Few days ago, members of Golden Dawn in North part of Hellas together with other Nationalists made a march for the memory of Pavlos Melas and also to say(for one more time)that Macedonia was, is and will always be Hellenic. The march started in city of Kastoria and ended in the village that its house that Pavlos Melas killed by the Ottoman forces. Photos Below.

English info about the Life & Death of Pavlos Melas here:


Sunday, October 17, 2010


KULTURKAMPF is a young project specialized in Layouts/Photography/Design. Weltenfeind, the person behind this project, done some killer artwork so far. So if you need any of his services just contact him through his official website.

Friday, October 15, 2010

News From The Underground Front

Official ARYAN BLOOD T-shirt

PANTHEON OF BLOOD "Pantheon of Blood" Tape

The essential standpoints of Pantheon of Blood are based upon the idea of realization of that, which is hidden within our blood; making a living contact for those archetypes, which were so real to our ancestors as well.

This tape contains two tracks of Traditional Finnish Black Metal fusing the very ideas of national-romanticism & occultic approach concerning the subjects in hand. A split release between SAP and Breath of Pestilence.


Breath of Pestilence:
Saturnian Mist:

DISIPLIN "Radikale Randgruppe"

Two new tracks from Disiplin´s upcoming album: "Radikale Randgruppe", are uploaded to Disiplin´s myspace site:


Radiating outwards from the Black Sun - energies of VRIL. Flood the World with Energies that fuel our Kind, and may it wash the world of Filth, so it may once again Rise!

Dark and Disturbing!

Pulsating and Hypnotizing!

You download it here :

WIR SIND THULE Arbeit Macht Frei CD

The Pagan Flame Burns, Eternal
Wir Sind Thule
Blood Flag
As Snow Falls, Upon Mass Graves
Death March
Germany Lives

7 war songs inspired by the enigma and mysticism of the Third Reich
National Socialist Black Metal
CD €10 plus postage

Available from WAR DOCTRINE:

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Pavlos Melas - Hero of the Macedonian Struggle

Pavlos Melas. This is not just a name. Its a myth , a symbol of a true fighting Greek. He came from rich family, with many of its members played a important role in the politics of Hellas of that time. Though, he left everything, his wealth, his "career" (To use a modern word that you hear oftenly from the mouth of the rabble of today), his family, and took his unit to fight for the freedom of Macedonia and its independece from its usurpers. He killed in 13th of October of 1904, surrounded by Turks.
Below is the only english biography of him that i found on the internet.

"Pavlos Melas (Greek: Παύλος Μελάς, Pávlos, i.e., Paul, Melás) (March 29, 1870–October 13, 1904) was an officer of the Hellenic Army, and he was among the first who organized and participated in the Greek Struggle for Macedonia.

He was born in Marseilles, France in a family with origin from Northern Epirus. He was the son of Michail Melas who was elected MP for Attica and mayor of Athens. At an early age Pavlos moved to Athens to study, and later joined the Army, graduating from the Hellenic Army Academy as an artillery lieutenant in 1891. In 1892, he married Natalia Dragoumi, the daughter of Kastorian politician Stephanos Dragoumis and sister of Ion Dragoumis. In 1895, the couple had a son named Michael.

Melas, with the cooperation of his brother-in-law Ion Dragoumis, then the consul of Greece in then Ottoman occupied Monastir (now Bitola), Christos Kottas,and Germanos Karavangelis, metropolitan bishop of Kastoria, tried to raise money for the economic support of Greek efforts in Macedonia. After the Ilinden-Preobrazhenie uprising, he decided to enter Macedonia in June, 1904 to assess the situation and to see if there is any possibility of establishing a military unit to fight the Bulgarians (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization, VMRO) and the Ottoman Turks.

In July 1904 (under the alias Captain Mikis Zezas), he reentered Macedonia with a small unit of men and fought against the VMRO until October 13, 1904 when he was killed after being surrounded by Ottoman forces in the village of Statitsa. The village with coordinates 40° 42' N 021° 16' E has since been renamed Melas in his honour.

After his death, Greek efforts became more intense, resulting in the interception of Bulgarian Komitadji efforts, especially in West and Central Macedonia, which joined Greece after the Balkan Wars.

He is considered to be a symbol of the Greek Struggle for Macedonia and many of his personal belongings can be seen in the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle in Thessaloniki and Pavlos Melas Museum in Kastoria."

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Did Friedrich Nietzsche met Wotan?

Did the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche had an encounter with Wotan? If yes, in which way this event influenced his writtings?
Here is a not-so-known story taken from from Carl Gustan Jung`s essay "WOTAN" (1936):

In either 1863 or 1864 Nietzsche composed the following poem:

"To the Unknown God"

I shall and will know thee, Unknown One,
Who searchest out the depths of my soul,
And blowest through my life like a storm,
Ungraspable, and yet my kinsman!
I shall and will know thee, and serve thee.

Twenty years later he wrote:

"The Mistral Song"

Mistral wind, chaser of clouds,
Killer of gloom, sweeper of the skies,
Raging storm-wind, how I love thee!
Are we both not the first-fruits
Of the same womb, forever predestined
To the same fate?

In the song of praise known as "Ariadne`s Lament", Nietzsche is completely the victim of the hunter-god:

Stretched out, shuddering,
Like a half-dead thing whose feet are warmed,
Shaken by unknown fevers,
Shivering with piercing icy frost arrows,
Hunted by thee, O thought,
Unutterable! Cloaked one! Horrible one!
You hunter behind the clouds!
Struck down by your lightning bolt,
Your mocking eye that stares at me from the dark!
Thus I lie,
Writhing, twisting, tormented
With all eternal tortures,
By you, cruel huntsman
You unknown-God...

This remarkable image of the hunter-god is not a mere dithyrambic figure of speech but is based on an experience which Nietzsche had when he was fifteen years old, at Pforta. It is described in a book by Nietzsche’s sister, Elizabeth Foerster-Nietzsche. As he was wandering in a gloomy wood at night, he was terrified by a “blood-curdling shriek from a neighbouring lunatic asylum,” and soon afterwards he came face to face with a huntsman whose “features were wild and uncanny.” Setting his whistle to his lips “in a valley surrounded by wild scrub,” the huntsman “blew such as a shrill blast” that Nietzsche lost consciousness – but woke up again in Pforta. It was a nightmare. It is significant that in his dream Nietzsche, who in reality intended to go to Eisleben, Luther’s town, discussed with the huntsman the question of going instead to “Teutschenthal” (Valley of the Germans). No one with ears can misunderstand the shrill whistling of the storm-god in the nocturnal wood.

Was it really only the classical philologist in Nietzsche that led to the god being called Dionysus instead of Wotan – or was it perhaps due to his fateful meeting with Wagner?

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

"How To Cook a Gentile"

The meaning of the word "Gentile" according to the dictionary:

"Gentile in translations of the Bible refers to a non-Jew, a member of non-Israelite tribes"

Below is a page taken from the Jewish mag "Heeb Magazine"

No further comments from my side. The picture speaks for itself. Click on it for larger version.