Saturday, January 28, 2012

"Amnesty International" - One More Example of The Hypocrisy of The Modern West

There is a lot of fuss lately about the decision of France to put a law against anyone who will deny the Armenian genocide. About this law AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL made an official statement which you can see here:

What a bunch of Hypocrites!

There is the same law in France about the "Holocaust Denial" (You know which "Holocaust" i mean. In Europe only one "Holocaust" must be taken as a fact, if not they will force you to do so. The rest are debatable...). Have ever AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL issued a statement about this law? Its not this law threatens the freedom of expression? One more fact that shows the level of hypocrisy of the modern west and their organizations(See Trojan Horses amongst the European nations) of "Human Rights" e.t.c. and other selective humanists. After all, we are speaking about the Holy Cow of the Western Democracies.

P.S. Speaking about France. Why , after all these years the sensitive-about-turks Amnesty International is still silent about the case of a French citizen named Roger Garaudy?

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Monday, January 23, 2012

New BURZUM Album "Umskiptar" Coming In May 2012

Burzum persists. A new Burzum album, titled "Umskiptar" (Metamorphoses), is scheduled for release in May 2012 on Byelobog Productions. "Umskiptar" consists of 65 minutes of skaldic metal, recorded in Grieghallen Studio in Bergen in September 2011

Umskiptar" track list:
Blóðstokkinn (Soaked in Blood) (1:16)
Jóln (Deities) (5:51)
Alfadanz (Elven Dance) (9:22)
Hit helga Tré (The sacred Tree) (6:51)
Æra (Honour) (3:58)
Heiðr (Esteem) (3:02)
Valgaldr (Song of the Fallen) (8:03)
Galgviðr (Gallow Forest) (7:16)
Surtr Sunnan (Black from the South) (4:14)
Gullaldr (Golden Age) (10:20)
Níðhöggr (Attack from Below) (5:00)

The lyrics on "Umskiptar" taken from the Norse poem Völuspá
For more info check the official BURZUM website:

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Homosexuality in Ancient Hellas - Truth And Lies

There is much talk around about the supposed "homosexuality" in Ancient Hellas. Most people have not searched the matter further and take as a fact speculations maded pseudo-historians in 20th century (Mostly). Though , if someone question them about their sources there will bring nothing cause there is absolutely nothing. The truth is that the city/states of Ancient Hellas had the most strict laws against homosexuals. Ofcourse, there was homosexuals , as in every nation and every age. The point is what the official state did about it and how the society treated them.

Starting with the Basic:

The words Homos/Homosexual/homoerotic e.t.c. in NOWHERE to be found in the ancient writings (Historical & Philosophical).
The word that Ancient Greeks used for homosexuals was "Kinaidos" , a very offensive word which means "those who bring shame" or "Causer of Shame"
or "He who will bring the curse of Aido". Aido = Goddess who punish moral transgressors (She was a companion of Nemesis , the Goddess of Revenge)


The Laws:

"If any Athenian shall have Etairese (Same sex companionship) He shall not permited to:
1) Become one of the nine archons
2) Nor to discharge the office of priest
3) Nor to act as an advocate of the state
4) Nor shall he hold any office whatsover, at home or abroad, wheter filled by lot of by ellection: He shall not sent as a herald.
5) He shall not take part in debate, nor be present in public sacrifices
6) And he shall not enter within the limits of the place that has been purified for the assembiling of the people. If any man who has been convicted of ilegal sexual activities contrary to this prohibitions , he shal be put to death"

Aeschines "Kata Timarchou" , 21

About Kinaidos "..nor shal they have the right to speak , nor to bring a charge before the court"
Demosthenes "Kata Androtionos" (Par.30)

"Male doesn`t touch male for this purpose, since its unatural..."
"When male unites with female for procreation the pleasure experienced is held to be due to nature (Kata physin), but its contrary to nature (Para physin) when male mates with male or female with female and that those guilty of such enormities (are) impelled by their slavery to pleasure"
Plato "Laws"

Also, according to the Athenian law, the citizens convicted for homosexuality have their citizen rights removed (Becaming low class citizes - Metikoi) same goes also for their right to vote and also to appear to public places (Temples , athletic centres , forums e.t.c.).


Coming to Sparta, which had very strict laws as well. Lets see what Xenophon writes in his book about the Spartan state and its laws.

"The customs instituted by Lycurgus were opposed to all of these. If someone, being himself an honest man, admired a boy’s soul and tried to make of him an ideal friend without reproach and to associate with him, he approved, and believed in the excellence of this kind of training. But if it was clear that the attraction lay in the boy’s outward beauty, he banned the connexion as an abomination; and thus he caused lovers to abstain from boys no less than parents abstain from sexual intercourse with their children and brothers and sisters with each other."

Xenophon "Constitution of the Lacedaimonians"


How many of you heard the Alexander The Great was a homosexual? I`m sure many, and especially after this hollywood-propaganda film "Alexander" , i think everyone got this as a "historical fact" (Even though , the jewish director Oliver Stone said after that film that this about the homosexuality of Alexander was wrong , and that he got wrong info).

Coming to the sources. None of the four major historians (Plutarch , Arrian , Herodotus & Diodorus Sicelus) who spoke about the life of Alexander mention something about a sexual relationship with any man. However, there is a scene that Plutarch described when Alexander arrived in Asia someone offered to him two young guys. Lets see what the supposed "homosexual" Alexander answered:

"When Philoxenus, the leader of the seashore, wrote to Alexander that there was a youth in Ionia whose beauty has yet to be seen and asked him in a letter if he (Alexander) would like him (the boy) to be sent over, he (Alexander) responded in a strict and disgusted manner: "You are the most hideous and malign of all men, have you ever seen me involved in such dirty(sexual) work that you found the urge to flatter me with such hedonistic business?"
Plutarch "On the Luck and Virtue of Alexander"

"When Philoxenus, the commander of his forces on the sea-board, wrote that there was with him a certain Theodorus of Tarentum, who had two youths of surpassing beauty to sell, and inquired whether Alexander would buy them, Alexander was incensed, and cried out many times to his friends, asking them what shameful thing Philoxenus had ever seen in him that he should spend his time in making such disgraceful proposals."
Plutarch "Parallel Lives - Alexander"

That was few proofs (There is a lot more!) about the supposed "homosexuality" in Ancient Hellas. Ofcourse there is many others evidences DIRECTLY FROM THE ANCIENT SOURCES. So, the next time that someone (Most of the time a faggot himself that try to put an "ideological background" to his sexual fantasies) will tell you about "how homosexuals was tolerated in Ancient Hellas" , ask him his sources ( Not Fex. This writer wrote a book in 1989 that proves it e.t.c.). Be sure that he will shut his mouth cause there is no evidence about something like this.

P.S. There was more or less the same laws in Ancient Rome and also amongst the Germanic tribes. In the next weeks i`ll make a post about it , bringing always info directly from the sources.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Apion: The “Enemy of the Jews” And The Destruction of The Library of Alexandria

Article taken from
English translation by Hjarulv

«The diference between the Greeks and the jews was stronger in the city of Alexandria during the Hellenistic and Roman Age, which, during that time, was the capitol of the known world.»

The lost scriptures of Ancient Hellenic literature are one of the greatest riddles for the scholars around the world. Many claim that the works of great Greek philosophers still exist and they are used by certain people in a cunning way. Undoubtly, the destruction of the Library of Alexdandria had a great impact, yet this lamentable fact cannot justify the complete disappearence of numerous works of ancient Greek literature. This is true due the fact that the Library of Alexandria was not the only library in existence during the ancient times and because many individuals owned works of wisdom of ancient Hellas.

Indeed, this “disappearence” is strange enough, when works against the jews by Greek authors of the Hellenistic and Roman period are concerned. One of these “lost” scriptures is the work of Apion, a great man of wisdom who lived in Alexandria during the 1st century AYPS.

Apion lived during the era of the complete establishment of Roman rule throughout the known world. The Kingdoms of the heirs of Alexander the Great were subdued, while in Greece, even though Macedonia, Eppirus and Thrace were under strict Roman occupation, the southern parts enjoyed a peculiar freedom. Naturally, the greatest part of the Greek population was on the Roman side, because strong Racial, religious and cultural bonds united them with the Romans.
On the contrary, the jews were in a perpetual conflict with Rome, a conflict which during the close of the 1st century AYPS, led to the utter destruction of Jerusalem.

There was a great difference between the Greeks and the jews and we must not forget that Rome made an alliance with the jews in order to subdue the once strong Seleucid Empire. The adversion between the Greeks and the jews was even more stronger in the city of Alexandria, which during that time constituted both the spiritual (due to the Greek presence) and the economical (due to the granaries) capitol of the known world.

This was the Alexandria where the forgotten now Apion lived, born in the city of Oasis in Egypt. Apion was a great philologist of his era and for this reason he was given the epithets Grammatikos (Scholar), Pleistonikes (Of-Many-Victories) and Mochthos (Toiler). His works, from which only a few passages are saved, were the “Aegyptiaka” in three books, where he narrates the history og Egypt, the work “Of Mages”, the philological study “Of Roman Dialects” and of course the “Homeric Languages”, which was used by later philologists, like Apollonios the Sophist of the 1st century AYPS.

Apion was the leader of the Anti-jewish Party of the Greeks who lived in Egypt and for that reason he visited Rome in 39 AYPS in order to answer to Emperor Caligula about the lies of the jews against the Greeks of Alexandria. He remained in Rome for many years, where he taught and became renowned for his work. They say that in his book “Aegyptiaka”, mentioned Manethon and Mnaseas as his sources. Manethon was an Egyptian who lived during the 3rd century BC where he learned Greek from the interpretor of King Ptolemeus, Timotheus, and he was the high priest of Heliopolis and, most important, was the keeper of the archives of the Egyptian Temples. Manethon, in the history of Egypt, a book written for the sake of Ptolemeus, he spoke about the history of the ancient jews and he wrote that, in fact, they were the slaves and the lepers of Egypt, who escaped the wrath of the Pharaoh, thus overthrowing with his writtings everything presented as historical facts in the bible. The famous geographer Mnaseas from Patras of Peloponnese, was a contemporary of Manethon. He was the author of the work “Periplous”, which also is mentioning the jews and only a few unimportant fragments are saved!

In conclusion, we can see that three works of ancient writers, the works of Apion, Manethon and Mnaseas, speaking against the jews (and they weren’t the only ones!) are lost… The most outrageous thing is that the few fragments of Apion known to us, come from the fanatic jew (pharisee to be exact), Flavius Josephus and especially from his work “Jewish archeology”, also known as “Against Apion”. In this work, Josephus speaks against Apion (calling him “slanderer, vicious and manipulator of the masses”), Manethon and Mnaseas in a harsh way, although nowadays we know nothing at all about the works of none of the aforementioned! Josephus’ works, on the other hand, were preserved through the ages and got praised by many writers during the centuries that followed.

Among other things that Apion mentioned concerning the jews and which Josephus (a descendand of a family of arch-rabbis) answers is that they worshipped the head of an ass as a god, not the “one, true god” as they claim. But what the jew historian was most eager to answer was about the “antiquity of the jewish people” and to “prove” the myth about their return to Canaan, a myth the constitutes the fundaments of the jewish theology.

The cases of Apion, Mnaseas and Manethon are not unique. Many Greek writers during the Hellenistic and Roman era wrote about the jews. However, almost all their works have “coincidentaly vanished”.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012


Blutleuchte is 324 pages in length and printed on soft recycled paper with wine red and chestnut brown text, and is housed in a wine red cloth binding with a duo-tone inset photo and black end papers. The book also includes 16 pages of photos from Gerhard's archives. Blutleuchte compiles all 20 Aorta and 9 Ahnstern tracts into a comprehensive hardback English edition. The translations have been revised and fine tuned with the help of various editors and the author.

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Gerhard Hallstatt

Foreword by Joscelyn Godwyn

A compendium of all English content from the Aorta and Ahnstern booklets dating from 1.994- 1.999

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