Tuesday, December 31, 2013

200 Years Richard Wagner - Last Part!

So the year that marked the 200th anniversary since Richard Wagner`s birth is ending tonight. Whats more proper for the last post of this year and also to finish the series of posts dedicated to the German revolutionary than a thread about his death. So here i post some things connected to that day as well Death themes in his work.

A drawing by Rudolf Cronau. Bayreuth in the middle, with the places of Richard Wagner`s birth (left) and death(right)

Richard Wagner`s Death Mask.

Venice. A Plaque on the wall of the bulding that he died

Knut Ekvall - Siegfriedtod

Friday, December 27, 2013

Mist & Ruins

The days and nights around (before and after) the winter solstice are perhaps my fave from the whole year. For various reasons. One of them is the weather.
Its a very inspiring and influential season. 

This year , on the 25th of December i had the idea to start very early in the morning and visit some places. 
With the morning mist that i knew that will dominate the area, i had in mind to walk to something similar to the scenary from Arthur Conan Doyle`s The Hound of the Baskervilles (Check HERE and you`ll see what i mean...) combined with
a walk in-between ruins of the Ancient Hellenic past. Indeed i was right, the weather was really rewarding for my early morning wake up.

And with that in mind, we took the road to the north parts of Attica and from there we turned east towards the island of Euboea, from there and while still driving on the mainland, we followed the coastline. Here are some of the places we found
during our descending in the coastline:

Anthedon is a very old city-port. Here are what Traveler & Geographer Pausanias wrote :

"Such is the appearance of the blackbirds. Within Boeotia to the left of the Euripus is Mount Messapius, at the foot of which on the coast is the Boeotian city of Anthedon. Some say that the city received its name from a nymph called Anthedon, while others say that one Anthas was despot here, a son of Poseidon by Alcyone, the daughter of Atlas. Just about the center of Anthedon is a sanctuary of the Cabeiri, with a grove around it, near which is a temple of Demeter and her daughter, with images of white marble.

There are a sanctuary and an image of Dionysus in front of the city on the side towards the mainland. Here are the graves of the children of Iphimedeia and Aloeus. They met their end at the hands of Apollo according to both Homer and Pindar, the latter adding that their doom overtook them in Naxos, which lies off Paros. Their tombs then are in Anthedon, and by the sea is what is called the Leap of Glaucus.

That Glaucus was a fisherman, who, on eating of the grass, turned into a deity of the sea and ever since has foretold to men the future, is a belief generally accepted; in particular, seafaring men tell every year many a tale about the soothsaying of Glaucus. Pindar and Aeschylus got a story about Glaucus from the people of Anthedon. Pindar has not thought fit to say much about him in his odes, but the story actually supplied Aeschylus with material for a play."

II. Aulis

Avlis is one of the most historical places in the Ancient Hellenic world. Its roots are back in the Homeric times. Its here first in the Trojan War that the Hellenic fleet gathered to sail against Troy.
There we found the ruins of the temple of Artemis and very close from it the famous port.

Aulis related links:

...and here follows the photos:

I. At the North part of Attica

II. Anthedon

III.Aulis (Port , Temple of Artemis & Return road)

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

A Christmas Eve Talk

“A soldier speaks tonight of his fallen comrade as he recalls the hard battles of this war, and at home today, a mother, a father, a wife and a group of children remember each dead hero in proud sorrow. Our dead are the only ones with the right to make a demand today, and indeed to us all, at the front or at home. They are the eternal monuments, the voices of our national conscience, which constantly drive us on to do our duty. The mothers who mourn their lost sons may be at peace. They did not in vain bear their children in pain and rear them. They lived the proudest and bravest life that a son of the fatherland can live, crowning with the most heroic end possible: they sacrificed themselves so that we could stand in the light. It is up to us alone whether their great devotion has its deepest meaning.... The coming century shines to us, as the poet says, from a royal distance. It demands of us battle and sacrifice. But one day, we will be there. For us, it is only a matter of time and patience, of courage and work, of faith and confidence in the strength of our souls and the bravery of our hearts."

Dr. Joseph Goebbels , Christmas Eve 1942

Monday, December 23, 2013

WULF : Collected Writtings of An English Wodenist

WULF : Collected Writings of An English Wodenist
300 pages
Price : 15 English Pounds (Including postage)
Paypal address : blackfrontpress@yahoo.co.uk

As a well-respected Heathen mystic and charismatic founder of Woden's Folk, Wulf is a man of many talents and has studied the Anglo-Saxon futhork for many years. In his own words: "Ours is a polytheistic faith with various gods and goddesses, and is based upon a Nature-Religion that upholds Natural Law, and a Warrior-Religion that upholds the concept of the Virile Male Warrior and the Männerbünde as the basis of recreating this archetype." Based in East Sussex, where he developed a strong affinity with the mysterious Long Man of Wilmington, Wulf is also a keen survivalist and champion of English identity. He has organised Wodenist camps, hikes and moots throughout the country, elaborating upon his belief that the English people are in desperate need of a dynamic folk-religion that is completely in tune with their own distinct values. Wulf has also formulated a new runic concept known as the "Ar-Kan Rune-Lag" system. Contents include The Mysteries of the Black Sun, The Divine Blood of the Solar Race, The Kosmic Krist, Land of the Hyperboreans, The Teutonic Männerbünde, Woden the Initiator, The Awakening of the Fire-Serpent, Wændel: The World-Turner, The Concept of an Avatar, The Mystery of the Fool, The Fylfot-Swastika, Fire & Flood, The Dawn of a New Age, The Coming of HelgiH, The Sun-Initiation, The Secret of Ing, Wulfingas: Sons of the Wolf, House of the Dragon, The ‘Messiah’, The Thief’s Way, The Wolf-God, Cycles of the Ages, The Resurrection of the Fool, The Aryan English, The Serpent-Slayer, The Dark Lord, The Island Dragons, The Sons of Ingwé, The Saxon Nation, The Legend of Manu, The Golden Age, The Woden Folk-Religion, The Seventh Sword, Wulf’s Prophecy, The White Dragon of the English, Wid-Ar the Avenger: The Coming God, The Vril, At-al-land, The Aryan Race, The Wolsunga Race, War of the Worlds, The Resurrection of the Arya, The Silent God, and The White Krist of Revelation. 

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The World Is Burning

(Drama / Canada)

"A short film following a young man's return to rural Newfoundland after tragedy strikes.
After his grandfather is fatally attacked by coyotes, a young Newfoundlander returns to his rural hometown to be with his family. His return becomes a reunion with a traditional lifestyle he had left behind when, late one night, he finds himself deep in the forest hunting the coyotes." 

"The World is Burning" is now available for free viewing in Vimeo:

Thursday, December 12, 2013



29th of March 2014 - Spain 


FRANGAR (Italy) 

OLD BLOOD (Spain) 

ARJUNA (Spain) 

For tickets/invitation contact only : werwolf88@live.com

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Aesop`s Fables

By Dr. William Pierce

Last week I gave an interview to a news reporter from a television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. That's station WSOC, channel nine, Michael Eisner's ABC affiliate in Charlotte. The reporter and his cameraman drove up to my broadcast studio in West Virginia. My organization, the National Alliance, has been doing some recruiting in Charlotte, and someone had given a copy of one of our recruiting leaflets to the reporter at a Charlotte gun show. The reporter apparently had checked with his superiors at his television station and been told that the National Alliance is a "hate group," so he had come up to check us out and interview me.
The reporter was an enthusiastic young man of apparently normal intelligence, although clearly a bit trendy, as virtually all media people are. While we were talking off-camera, he told me that he is a recent graduate of Auburn University in Alabama. During the interview we toured our book department, where we stock the books sold by the National Alliance. He noted that we advertise many children's books, and he asked me why.

I told him that decent children's books are becoming increasingly difficult for parents to find in bookstores or libraries, because the multiculturalists have had a devastating effect on the publishing of children's books, insisting that every illustration in children's literature show a racially mixed group, that homosexuals be portrayed positively, that little girls be shown doing typically "boy" things and vice versa. In fact, I said, there has been a real effort afoot to keep traditional children's books away from children. The multiculturalists don't want White children to learn about their own history and traditions. They don't want White children to learn the values and attitudes that are inherent in the sorts of books that White children used to read in America before the Second World War. So the National Alliance searches for good children's books which the multiculturalists haven't gotten to yet and makes them available to parents who want their children to learn these traditional values.

The reporter asked me for an example. I picked from our shelves a copy of a large, colorfully illustrated edition of Aesop's Fables which we sell and handed the book to him. The reporter flipped through the pages and asked me, "What's this all about?"

I was surprised by the question, but I answered, "You know, it's the collection of little stories, each with a moral, which have been attributed to the Greek writer Aesop, who lived about 600 BC, although some of his fables are much older than that."

Well, he didn't know. He had never heard of Aesop or his fables, he told me. And I suppose I shouldn't have been surprised. There undoubtedly are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of recent White university graduates in America who have gone through school during the multicultural era and have learned everything they needed to know in order to graduate just by watching MTV regularly. Their trendy parents, who also had a multicultural education, saw no need to introduce them to Aesop or to the Brothers Grimm or to any of those other "hateful" people who wrote children's stories without Black or "gay" heroes and who always portrayed little boys doing "boy" things and little girls doing "girl" things.

When I was a kid one of the special charms that Aesop's Fables held for me was the knowledge that Alexander the Great, for example, had read exactly these same stories when he was a child, more than 2,300 years ago. When I read the fable about the dog in the manger or the one about the shepherd boy who cried, "wolf," and thought about the lessons these fables taught, it thrilled me to think that every great man in our history, for thousands of years, had read these same stories when he was a child and had learned the same lessons.

But not any longer. These fables are what the multiculturalists call "Eurocentric," not to mention "sexist" and "homophobic." So are the morals the fables teach. And so today they are all "no, nos" for White children -- which is why we have a White population in America which is increasingly rootless, cosmopolitan, alienated, and atomized -- a White population which is unable to defend its heritage or to oppose those whose aim is to destroy that heritage, because they have no knowledge of their heritage, and who believe that anyone who values that heritage must be a "hater," a "racist." The professors at Auburn University must be really proud of themselves -- and the professors at nearly every other university in America too. They all are educating citizens for the New World Order -- rootless wonders all -- and certainly the last things these New World Order citizens need to know are the little lessons Aesop was teaching to Greek children 2,600 years ago.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Golden Dawn amongst REUTER`S "Best Photos of the year 2013"

At December 2,  a photo from a Golden Dawn rally (IMIA march) ended in number 36 in REUTER`S 93 "Best Photos of the year 2013"
Quite suprized i must say from this choice from REUTERS.  If someone had told me that back in the 90`s,  when few dozens of people start the annual IMIA march , i`ll had definitely take him for a lunatic or something like that. Yet here we are in 2013 that Golden Dawn is a political force that now is very "famous" , even outside Hellas.

Here is the photo and the words from the photographer that took it:

In this showcase of some of Reuters' most memorable photos, the photographers offer a behind the scenes account of the images that helped define the year.


“It was one of those photo shoots that you don’t really want to go to as you know you will not be welcomed as a member of the press. 

A rally on February 2nd to mark the death of three Greek military officers who were killed during the crisis between Greece and Turkey over Imia, an islet in the eastern Aegean Sea, turned into a mass gathering of supporters of the extreme-right Golden Dawn party.More than 2,000 people demonstrated holding Greek flags and torches, most of them dressed in black and with an aggressive attitude towards anyone who was not clearly affiliated with their party. 

This picture was taken at the end of the rally, when the Golden Dawn supporters were about to begin marching to their party’s headquarters. 

Golden Dawn entered parliament for the first time in 2012 elections, held during an extremely tough financial crisis, the country’s worst since World War Two. It won seven percent of the vote and 18 seats at the 300-seat Greek parliament.” 

Canon EOS 5D Mark III, lens 24-70mm, f6.4, 1/25, ISO 1600 

Caption: Supporters of the extreme-right Golden Dawn party hold torches during a gathering in Athens February 2, 2013.