Friday, June 30, 2017

The Swastikas of Lambach Abbey

"In my free time I practiced singing in the choir of the monastery church at Lambach...."


"Visitors to the monastery have observed one curious and memorable detail. In six or seven places - over the ornamental gateway, over a stone well, and over some of the stalls in the abbey -  a swastika appears. The swastika was included in the coat  of arms of Abbot Theodorich Von Hagen [Hagn], who rules over the monastery in the fifties and sixties of the last century. In German  a swastika is a Hakenkreuz ( hooked cross), and evidently the abbot regarded it as a pun on his own name, the difference between Haken and Hagen being so small that it might passed unobserved. The abbot's swastika inspires no fear: it was carved delicately and simply, and the only emotion it conveys is one of suprize that an abbot should amuse himself with such an obvious pun. Adolf, who was now living in a well-desgined building at the corner of the Linzerstrasse and the Kirchengasse, could see the swastika from the window of  his father's appartment, and he saw it more clearly when he went to school. Abbot Thedorich Von Hagen's swastika was probably the ancestor of the Nazi Hakenkreuz"     

ROBERT PAYNE - The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler


Saturday, June 24, 2017

DMR BOOKS - Sword, Planet and Sorcery!

Coming Soon on DMR BOOKS

 DMR Books is proud to announce our first split release in the tradition of the Ace Double series! This book contains two novellas, each with its own cover. First up is "Lands of the Earthquake" by Henry Kuttner. This science-fantasy tale originally appeared in the classic pulp magazine Startling Stories and has been out of print for 25 years. This will be its first publication in book form.

 On the flip side is "Under a Dim Blue Sun," a brand new story by "Swords of Steel" favorite Howie K. Bentley. Instead of sword-and-sorcery, Bentley has penned a sword-and-planet tale in the style of Edgar Rice Burroughs or Leigh Brackett, but with his usual brand of blood and thunder!

 Lands of the Earthquake/Under a Dim Blue Sun will be available in early July.


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The Helios Overture - Soundtrack for the Summer Solstice

"Silence and darkness,
The sun rises with a joyous song of praise,
It wanders its golden way
and sinks quietly into the sea."

The full story of Helios Overture here

Monday, June 12, 2017

BRAN CASTLE - A Historical Timeline

The Teutonic Knights – “Ordo domus Mariae Sanctae Theutonicorum Hierosolimitanorum” – a catholic religious order formed in Palestine during the late twelfth century by German crusaders, received Țara Bârsei (“Terra Borza” or “Burzenland” – a country named after the Cuman tribe of Burci) from King Andrew II of Hungary. The purpose of this gift was to establish the Teutons in the area and to defend the Southeastern border of Transylvania from the Cumans and the Pechenegs.
The Teutons erected a fortress in Bran (a Turkish name meaning “gate”), before they were driven away from the area in 1226.

On November 19, the office of the Hungarian King Louis the Great – Louis I of Anjou – issued a document granting to the people of Brasov (“Kronstadt” – The Crown’s City) the privilege of building a castle. Through this document, the Saxons of Transylvania (“Sachsen” – a population of German origin that came to Transylvania in the twelfth century), from the region encompassing Brasov, were urged to participate in the building of Bran Castle, which was previously named “Dietrichstein” or “Törzburg” in German, “Törcsvár” in Hungarian, and “Turciu” in Romanian.
In 1388, the castle’s construction was complete. The Castle was built on a steep cliff between Măgura and Dealul Cetăţii (“fortified town’s hill”), with an exceptional view of the nearby hills, Moeciu Valley and Valea Bârsei. It served the role of customs – holding 3% of goods transferring in and out of Transylvania – and the role of a fortress – the castle stood at the Eastern border of Transylvania and was used in an attempt to stop the Ottoman Empire’s expansion. The castle was inhabited by professional soldiers, mercenaries, and the storyteller Ioan de Târnava, wrote about “the English brigands and ballista soldiers” of the fifteenth century. The lord of the castle was elected by the King, usually from among the Saxons, and whose role was increasingly important in the history of Transylvania. By the end of the fifteenth century, the castle’s commander also held the title of Vice-Voivode of Transylvania.

The Castle was given as fief (“property given in return for loyalty”) by Sigismund of Luxembourg to his ally, Prince Mircea, the Elder of Wallachia, where he could escape to in case of an attack by the Turks. After the death of the Romanian Prince in 1419, due to the political instability of Wallachia, Sigismund took over the castle and entrusted it to the Princes of Transylvania.

The Turks raided Transylvania, but John Hunyadi (Iancu de Hunedoara) defeated them in Bran. Iancu, Prince of Transylvania, who needed the support of the Saxons at the border, reinforced the promises granted to the inhabitants of Brasov by Mircea the Elder and by Sigismund.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Europe 2017: Talmudic witchhunt to the enemies of Kalergi Plan

Hungary is a Nation that during the africano-asiatic invasion of the last years stood proudly on its ground, defending their National identity and sovereignity as an independed state with secure borders for its own people. Openly refused to be in the line of the EU-puppet states. Despite all our agreements , Viktor Orban showed courage and will for his own country and judging for his various statements, he seems to understand whats the real game in European politics these days. The Kalergi plan. 

Last April the veteran German patriot Horst Mahler, after an openly political persecution, and even an attempt against his life, escaped Germany, seeking asylum in Hungary.

See the full story here:


 Some days ago the Hungarian court denied him the political asylum. 
Read the full story here

As it seems that Soros agenda still going strong in the nowadays Hungarian state....

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Latest News from the Underground Front

Omaimon Paradosis highly recommend the following releases from Racially motivated bands. Support the Underground!

SELBSTMORD's "Radical Declaration" new album is coming soon on DARKER THAN BLACK RECORDS.

JARNVIDR's last album "Förqwäwd" still available from OSTROGOTHIA PRODUCTIONS.

ANTISEMITEX "Pride of Silesia" 7"EP Coming soon via DARKER THAN BLACK RECORDS

released from BESTIAL BURST

2017 re-press by BESTIAL BURST

WOLFSPIRIT "Marching Towards the Abyss of Death" MCD coming during 2017. A side-project of TEMPLE OF FULLMOON-worship  by Widar (Bilskirnir) and Raborym (Dark Fury).