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Ásatrú News / Ásatrú Under Attack — Yet Nothing to Fear
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 27, 2017, 05:26:52 pm »
Ásatrú Under Attack — Yet Nothing to Fear
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It’s not uncommon to see memes floating around on Facebook or other social media sites with themes like “Heathens Against Hate” or, perhaps a little less obscurely, “Heathens Against White Supremacists”. Both phrases are misleading; “Hate”, in this context, does not actually refer to hatred, and “White Supremacist” is a well-known but largely meaningless label typically applied to pro-White activists — or, for that matter, to any White who hesitates to leap whole-heartedly but mindlessly onto the “anti-racism” bandwagon.

Not content with having the vast, festering corpse of Christianity on their dinner plate, the multiculturalists have set their sights on Ásatrú. Ásatrú, for those who are not familiar with this faith, is a Folkish faith; i.e., like virtually any natural and healthy faith, it is a religion that complements a specific people. Any healthy religion belongs to a specific racial and cultural group, and is part of what helps to preserve that racial and cultural group. Just as Jews have Judaism, and any number of indigenous aboriginal peoples have their own traditional faiths, Northern Europeans have Ásatrú, the faith of their ancestors.

What happens when the multi-cult subverts a unique group’s ancestral faith? Generally it becomes, for lack of a better word, Christianized.

I don’t mean that everyone in the subverted faith actually converts to Christianity — but one might think that they had. The precepts and values of the subverted faith become displaced by ones readily associated with Christianity. Peer-pressure, mass compulsion, and using public shaming methods to brow-beat dissenters and assail individualism. Once the subversion is well under way, one begins to see people who claim adherence to the ancestral faith, yet who are cookie-cutter shaped hollow resonating chambers, standing around limply waiting for the opportunity to mouth the hollow platitudes of the multi-cult and say “… and these have always been the values of our faith.”

Generally, you don’t see scores and scores of real Ásatrú standing up to speak out against the multi-cult invaders. That’s because, in accordance with the Nine Noble Virtues, we are generally too courageous to fear that the invaders will have any impact on us, and too secure in self-reliance to feel threatened by the absurdity of those who claim the name of our faith yet whose words and actions deny that faith.

The meme that made me decide to write this editorial was one that said “Honour, not Blood”, and in the subtext stated that it didn’t matter who you were related to so long as your actions were honourable.

To put that into perspective — for, if such a meme exists, it indicates that some must find it perfectly reasonable — it’s like saying “You don’t need lungs; just as long as there’s air to breathe” or “as long as the feast table is well set with food and drink, people to attend the feast are unnecessary”.

What is honour if there is no one to carry it? What is a kindred without kin? Honour from stranger-folk is commendable and appreciable — but it remains the honour of the stranger-folk, and not of ours. We honour our ancestors and our descendants honour us.

For those who truly understand our faith, there is nothing to fear from the attempted subversion of Ásatrú by the multi-cult. It is a self-defeating assault; any significant inroads will only change the faith for those who choose to follow the subverted version, and those same significant changes will be readily visible, inspiring not fear but mockery from those who hold fast to the old ways. For those who follow the subverted way will for the most part vanish in the space of a single generation. Just as they cry “Honour, but forget the blood”, so will their descendants forget the faith of their parents. Their “faith” is hollow and blows away with the very wind they create with their own words.

So they will point at the Ásatrú and cry “Racist! Nazi! Hater! We are the real Ásatrú and you are not!” but they are no different from the Christian who likewise turns his faith into a soulless bandwagon for multiculturalism. The inevitable result of multiculturalism is the obliteration of any race, culture, or faith that gets sucked into its melting-pot and mixed inextricably with all other races, cultures, and faiths. So in the end, those who follow the Ásatrú of our ancestors will prevail, while those who whole-heartedly embraced its subversion by the multi-cult will perish as they burn in the very flames they chose to fan.

- Bill Noble

... Continued...
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Skaðian Ásatrú / The Nine Noble Virtues
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 27, 2017, 04:47:18 pm »
The Nine Noble Virtues

   There are a few variations on the Nine Noble Virtues, but the best ones are delineated by the Odinic Rite as follows:

1. Courage
2. Truth
3. Honour
4. Fidelity
5. Discipline
6. Hospitality
7. Self Reliance
8. Industriousness
9. Perseverance

   Following the Nine Noble Virtues is beneficial both to the growth and well-being of the individual who practices them, and also to the community of people to which belongs a follower of  these virtues. Children tend to emulate what they see of their parents during their formative years, so it is beneficial to maintain these virtues to the greatest degree possible when you have children.
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Skaðian Ásatrú / The Gods
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 27, 2017, 04:43:50 pm »
The Gods and Goddesses. This list includes Æsir, Vanir and Jötnar.

Ægir               - Ruler of the ocean. His wife is Rán. Their nine daughters are Himminglæva, Dufa, Blodughadda, Hefring, Ud, Hrönn, Bölge, Dröfn and Kolga.
Anðrímnir            - Cook of the Gods.
Angrboða            - A female Jötunn and mother of Fenrir, Jörmungandr and Hel by Loki.
Annar            - Second husband of Nótt, and father of Jörð.
Aurbode            - Mother of Beli and Gerðr.
Aurvandil            - Husband of Gróa.
Baldr, Balder, Baldur      - God of beauty, innocence, peace, and rebirth. Consort: Nanna. Dead, slain by Loki, who tricked                his blind brother Hodr into killing him with a spear of mistletoe. His wife is Nanna Nepsdóttir.
Baugi            - A Jötunn. Brother of Suttungr and uncle of Gunnlöð.
Beli               - Brother of Gerðr and son of Gymir.
Bergelmir            - The son of Þrúðgelmir and the grandson of Ymir.
Bestla            - Mother of Óðinn, Vili and Vé. Wed to Borr.
Billing            - A Jötunn. Father of Rindr.
Bölþorn            - Father of Bestla.
Borr               - Father of Óðinn, Vili and Vé. Wed to Bestla.
Bragi            - God of poetry, music and the harp. Consort: Iðunn. Dead, slain in the Dwarven tusk boar battle at Ragnarok.
Búri               - Ruler of prehistory, the first God and father of Borr.
Býleistr            - Brother of Loki and Helblindi.
Dagr               - God of the daytime, son of Delling and Nótt. He rides the horse Skinfaxi.
Dáinn            - A dwarf, brother of Nabbi, breeder of the boar Hildisvíni and forger of the sword Dáinsleif.
Delling            - God of dawn and father of Dagr by Nótt.
Eggthér            - A Jötunn herdsman and harp-player.
Eir               - Goddess of healing.
Eostre (Easter)      - Goddess of spring.
Elli               - Goddess of old age.
Fárbauti            - Jötunn father of Loki, Býleistr and Helblindi.
Fenrir            - A giant wolf, mothered by Angrboða and fathered by Loki.
Fjalar            - A dwarf. He and his brother Galar slew Kvasir and made the Mead of Poetry from his blood.
Fjolsvin            - A Jötunn, guardian of the gates of Jötunheim.
Fornjótr            - A Jötunn, father of Ægir, Logi and Kári.
Forseti            - God of justice, peace and truth. Son of Baldr and Nanna.
Freyja, Heiðr         - Goddess of love, fertility, and battle. Consort: Óðr.
Freyr            - God of fertility. Consort: Gerð. Dead, slain by Surtr in Ragnarok.
Frigg               - Goddess of marriage and motherhood. Consort: Óðinn. Can also be pronounced "Frigga".
Fulla               - Frigg´s handmaid.
Galar            - A dwarf. He and his brother Fjalar slew Kvasir and made the Mead of Poetry from his blood.
Gangr            - Son of Ölvaldi
Gefjun            - Goddess of fertility and plough.
Geirröd            - Father of Gjálp and Greip.
Gerðr            - Freyr's lover; sister of Beli and daughter of Gymir and Aurbode.
Gilling            - Father of Suttungr.
Gjálp            - Daughter of  Geirröd.
Greip            -Daughter of Geirröd.
Gríðr               - The  Jötunn mother of Víðarr.
Gróa               - A witch and soothsayer; the wife of Aurvandil. Foreteller to Óðinn of the prophecy of Ragnarök.
Gunnlöð            - Daughter of Suttungr, guardian of the Mead of Poetry in the mountain Hnitbjorg.
Gymir            - Father of Beli and Gerðr.
Hati Hróðvitnisson   (Mánagarm)   - A great Wolf who chases Skinfaxi, the horse who draws the chariot of Máni, across the sky.
Hel               - Queen of Helheim, the Norse underworld; mothered by Angrboða and fathered by Loki.
Helblindi            - Brother of Loki and Býleistr.
Heimdallr (Rígr)      - One of the Æsir and guardian of Ásgarð, their realm.
Hermóðr            - The heroic son of Óðinn. Tried to rescue Baldr.
Hlín               - Goddess of consolation and protection.
Höðr               - God of winter. Slain by Vali.
Hœnir            - One of the Æsir, he helped Óðinn create Askr and Embla, the first humans.
Hroðr            - A Jötunn. Wife of Hymir.
Hrungnir            - A Jötunn. Slain by Þórr.
Hymir            - A Jötunn. Husband of Hroðr.
Hyndla            - A giantess.
Hyrrokkin            - A strong Giantess who rides a wolf.
Iði               - Son of Ölvaldi.
Iðunn            - Goddess of youth. Consort: Bragi.
Járnsaxa            - A Jötunn lover of Þórr and mother by him of Magni and Móði.
Jörð, Fjörgvin         - Goddess of the Earth. Mother of Þórr by Óðinn.
Jörmungandr (Miðgarðsormr)   - The World Serpent, mothered by Angrboða and fathered by Loki.
Kvasir            - God of inspiration. Slain by the Dwarves Fjalar and Galar.
Laufey (Nál)         - Jötunn mother of Loki, Býleistr and Helblinde.
Lóðurr            - One of the Æsir, he helped Óðinn create Askr and Embla, the first humans.
Lofn               - Goddess of forbidden loves.
Loki               - Trickster and God of mischief . Consort: Sigyn (also called Saeter). Slain by Heimdallr.
Magni            - God of strength. Son of Þórr.
Máni               - God of the Moon. Sól's brother.
Meili               - A son of Óðinn and brother to Þórr.
Menglöð            - A beautiful giantess.
Mímir            - Óðinn´s uncle. Decapitated by Vanir.
Magni            - A son of Þórr and Járnsaxa.
Móði               - A son of Þórr and Járnsaxa.
Móðguðr            - A giantess who watches over Gjallarbrú, the bridge over the river Gjöll.
Mökkurkalfi         - A giant made from clay, with a heart from a mare.
Nabbi            - A dwarf, brother of Dáinn, breeder of the boar Hildisvíni and forger of the sword Dáinsleif.
Nanna, Nanna Nepsdóttir      - Goddess of joy and peace, an Ásynja wed to Baldr and mother to Forseti.
Naglfari            - First husband of Nótt, and father of Auð. Not to be confused with Hel's boat by the same name.
Narvi            - Son of Loki and Sigyn.
Nerþus            - A goddess mentioned by Tacitus. Her name is connected to that of Njörðr.
Njörðr            - God of sea, wind, fish, and wealth. Was wed to Skaði for a time.
Nörfi               - The father of Nótt.
Nótt               - Goddess of night, daughter of Narvi and mother of Auð, Jörð and Dagr by Naglfari, Annar and Delling, respectively. The horse Hrímfaxi draws her chariot across the sky.
Níðhöggr            - A dragon that dwells in Helheim.
Óðinn, Woden, Wotan, Ódin      - The Allfather, God of war; associated with wisdom, poetry, and magic; the Ruler of the Gods.
Óðr               - The husband of Freyja.
Ölvaldi            - The father of Þjazi, Gangr and Iði; grandfather of Skaði.
Rán               - Goddess of the sea. Her husband is Ægir.
Rindr            - A giantess. Daughter of Billing and mother of Váli.
Sága            - An obscure goddess, possibly another name for Frigg.
Sif               - Wife of Þórr. Goddess of harvest.
Sjöfn            - Goddess of love.
Skaði            - Goddess of winter; was wed to Njörðr's for a time, and later to Óðinn.
Sköll               - A great Wolf who chases Skinfaxi, the horse who draws the chariot of Sól, across the sky.
Sleipnir            -  Óðinn's eight-legged horse, born of Loki in female form as its mother and Svaðilfari as its father.
Snotra            - Goddess of prudence.
Sól (Sunna)         - Goddess of the Sun.  The horses Árvakr and Alsviðr draw her chariot across the sky. Máni's sister.
Surtr               - The ruler of Muspellheim.
Suttungr            -  A Jötunn. Brother of Baugi and father of Gunnlöð.
Svaðilfari            - A stallion, father of Sleipnir by Loki.
Þjazi               - Son of Ölvaldi and father of Skaði.
Þökk               - A giantess who refuses to weep for the slain Baldr.
Þórr, Thor, Donar      - God of thunder and battle. He is wed to Sif.
Þrúðgelmir         - Son of Ymir and father of Bergelmir.
Þrúðr            - daughter of Þórr and Sif.
Þrymr            - A King of the Jötnar.
Týr               - God of war. Also the God of the skies. Slain by Garm.
Ullr               - God of skiing, winter, hunting, and duelling. Son of Sif.
Váli               - Son of Odin and Rindr; God of vengeance.
Vali               - Son of Loki and Sigyn.
Vár               - Goddess of contract.
Vé               - One of the three Gods of creation. Brother of Óðinn and Vili.
Víðarr            - Son of Óðinn by Gríðr; God of the forest, revenge and silence.
Vili               - One of the three Gods of creation. Brother of Óðinn and Vé.
Vör               - Goddess of wisdom.
Yggdrasil            - Goddess of life. Tree of life. Connects the 9 worlds.
Ymir               - The first Jötunn. Slain by Óðinn, Vili and Vé, his body was used to create the world.
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Skaðian Ásatrú / Enlarging Upon the Tenets of Skaðian Ásatrú
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 27, 2017, 04:40:44 pm »
   1. First and foremost we recognize and revere Skaði as the Goddess of Winter and the Mother of our People.

   The Ásatrúar have many Gods to walk with, but we all have our favorites, according to our preferences and temperaments. Skaðian Ásatrú is specifically for those who love the cold and the beauty of Winter, and the Goddess who presideth over these things. The harsh cold of Ice Age Europe was Skaði's womb, and from that womb we were born. Thus, we recognize her as our Mother.

   2. Skaðian Ásatrúar shall at all times bear a knife and the means to start a fire; for knives and fire are the two most basic and essential inventions and items of all, and both can be invaluable to the survival of our People, both as individuals or as a whole.


   Why must one bear at all times a knife?

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Never walk
away from home
ahead of your axe and sword.
You can't feel a battle
in your bones
or foresee a fight.

- Havamal, “Sayings of the Vikings”, translated from the original by Björn Jónasson, p. 53

   Life is uncertain, and it is best to be equipped to face any contingency that comes your way. Whether there is a human or animal assailant to be driven back, a staff that needs to be carved, or a sandwich that needs to be cut, a knife is one of the most basic and essential tools of all. It would be better to be naked but bearing a knife in the wilderness, than to be well-dressed but knifeless in a wilderness.

   The knife should best be a fixed-blade knife with no moving parts. A folding knife or even a box-cutter can be carried in a pinch, as either is better than no knife at all; but one carrying such should at their earliest convenience obtain and carry a reliable fixed-blade knife. Even more, if one can obtain a knife which was custom-made for them, and blessed in the name of a God or Goddess, it becomes a truly personal and powerful asset to carry.

   As for the means to start a fire, one might carry matches, a cigarette lighter, or a flint and steel. Certainly there is no reason why one should not carry two or all three of these things; it is good to be resourceful!

   3. Our first duties are to ourselves as individuals. We must maintain good health, strength, morale and resourcefulness as individuals.

   Any rational being must accept that they themselves are their own greatest responsibility, as being themselves, they are in the best position to make personal choices and look out for their own welfare and improvement.

   4. Our second duties are to our families. We must maintain good the health, strength, morale and resourcefulness of our family.

   Our families are the immediate extension of ourselves. An individual should strive to live as long and as well as they possibly can; but no one lives forever. Thus, one must live on through one's family. You are the continuance of your parents; and your children are the continuance of yourself.

   5. Our third duties are to our People as a whole. We must maintain the good health, strength, morale and resourcefulness of our People.

   One's People are the immediate extension of one's family. A unique People with common shared characteristics ensures a pool of folk from which one can draw a suitable mate with which to bear children who will most closely resemble one's self and thus be suitable to represent the continuance of one's life force upon their passing.

   6. We should strive to have many children and raise them to be healthy, happy, proud and strong.

   Nothing in Nature is static; either the life force expands and grows, or it decays and dies. Thus no People should ever allow themselves to move towards extinction; and the way to move away from extinction is to have numerous and healthy descendants.

   7. It is good to be kind and diplomatic to stranger-folk, and even to offer some hospitality, but we must never mix blood with them, nor invite them to dwell indefinitely in our midst.

   We share this world with many creatures, some of whom are distantly related to us, and resemble us in many ways, sharing often the need for the same resources as one another. This can create conditions for conflict and war when one People begins to occupy the space of another People and crowd them out, jostling for control of territory and resources. No People can indefinitely continue their existence without territorial imperatives in which to propagate, protect, and promote their own kind. Thus, boundaries must be established and respected.
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Skaðian Ásatrú / The Tenets of Skaðian Ásatrú
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 27, 2017, 04:38:31 pm »
  • First and foremost we recognize and revere Skaði as the Goddess of Winter and the Mother of our People.

  • Skaðian Ásatrúar shall at all times bear a knife and the means to start a fire; for knives and fire are the two most basic and essential inventions and items of all, and both can be invaluable to the survival of our People, both as individuals or as a whole.

  • Our first duties are to ourselves as individuals. We must maintain good health, strength, morale and resourcefulness as individuals.

  • Our second duties are to our families. We must maintain good the health, strength, morale and resourcefulness of our family.

  • Our third duties are to our People as a whole. We must maintain the good health, strength, morale and resourcefulness of our People.

  • We should strive to have many children and raise them to be healthy, happy, proud and strong.

  • It is good to be kind and diplomatic to stranger-folk, and even to offer some hospitality, but we must never mix blood with them, nor invite them to dwell indefinitely in our midst.
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CNSP General Discussion / Re: Canadian National-Socialist Party Website
« Last post by Widukind on August 23, 2017, 11:00:51 pm »
Looks like a good party. I really like their stances.
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There is No Moral Equivalence Between White Nationalists and Antifa


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What was to be a peaceful rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, descended into chaos when Antifa counter-protestors ran amok, assaulting White nationalists with baseball bats, bricks, flamethrowers and pepperspray. It was a display of wanton violence, culminating in several injuries and ultimately the death of one woman when the driver of a car attacked by Antifa members panicked and accelerated into other vehicles, causing them to strike other Antifa protestors.

A mainstream media traditionally biased against pro-White activists was quick to denounce “violent White supremacists” and direct blame towards the White nationalist demonstrators, but it is impossible to ignore that all of the violence rests squarely upon the shoulders of those who deliberately and maliciously attended the event with every intention of instigating acts of violence, arming themselves with a wide array of weaponry for that purpose.

Many Antifa promptly tried to claim the role of victim, blaming White nationalists for instigating the violence, in spite of the fact that many of the White nationalists were themselves armed with firearms but neither assaulted anyone nor fired upon anyone in self-defense with those weapons. And many tried to insinuate that Alex Fields Jr., the driver of the car which came under assault, had deliberately used his vehicle as a weapon.

Refusal to accept their responsibility for the death of one of their own is in perfect keeping with traditional Antifa standards. They place no value on such notions as truth, honour, or chivalry. Their only thought is to identify anyone who rejects Marxist values, and strike blindly at such.

Antifa members identify by a wide plethora of labels such as Anarchist, Democrat, Progressive, Red, but they are all spurred by Marxist ideology and can be fairly referred to in general as Communists. They try to claim a moral high ground over pro-White activists such as White nationalists and National-Socialists, loosely referring to all of these — and also Republicans, Libertarians, and many varieties of Christians — as “Nazis”. This, in spite of the fact that Communists are well-known to have murdered over a hundred million human beings across the globe, whereas claims of a “Holocaust” of six million Jews exterminated by the Nazis in the 1940s stumble over the fact that there were some 2.4 million Jews in all of German-occupied Europe at that time, and some 3.8 million Jews whom applied for Holocaust reparations after the alleged “Holocaust” ended.

What White nationalists stand for is the survival, liberty, and self-determination of their own people. When Jews do the same thing, they call it Zionism; and they call opposition to Zionism “anti-Semitism”. One could hardly argue that opposition to White Nationalism is anything other than anti-White in nature. And Antifa have gone to great lengths to carry out extreme and violent opposition to White nationalism, while supporting an ideology of genocide and enslavement. And only against White nationalism; not against Zionism, or Native Pride, or Black Power, or any other racially or culturally focused group.

So there is not even remotely any moral equivalence between White Nationalists and Antifa.

- Bill Noble

... Continued...
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Open Forum / Points of Political Philosophy
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 22, 2017, 07:49:26 pm »
  • The most fundamental purpose of a government is to protect the rights and meet the needs of the People it governs.

  • Multiculturalism is rape. No sane or sensible People ever ask for it. If it gets voted into practice, those who voted have either been brainwashed into believing that multiculturalism is somehow a good idea, or as in the case of Canada, were mislead from the start (in Canada, multiculturalism was originally promoted as the celebration of those cultures which had established Canada, as displayed in the Red Ensign flag's shield: the English, the Scottish, the Irish, the French, and the Aboriginals. But once voted in, multiculturalism became a byword for importing as many various races and cultures as possible - a sickening "bait-and-switch" from what had originally been promised.)



    The Red Ensign flag

  • Multiculturalism is oppressive in nature. All Peoples need a government of their own kind of people. One government over two or more Peoples will invariably treat one more favourably than the other(s), and then there will be wails of "inequality".

  • Multiculturalism is genocidal in nature. If it is not eliminated, it leads to the destruction of all diverse Peoples caught up in it.
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Open Forum / The Open Forum
« Last post by Moneo on August 21, 2017, 12:43:26 pm »
This section has been made accessible by non-registered people.

Trolling, spamming, incitement to illegality will be deleted upon detection.
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Rules and Regulations / Forum Conduct
« Last post by Leto Atreides II on August 14, 2017, 02:40:37 pm »
Try to maintain a civil level of discourse at all times. I.e., avoid racial epithets. This should not be seen as a hindrance to self-expression. It is fully possible to discuss the various shortcomings and negative qualities of various races without resorting to calling them offensive names.

Never assume that this is a safe place to divulge personal information or your deepest, darkest secrets. Forum staff will always try to keep the site clean of trolls and spies, but there are no guarantees. Always assume that there is at least one spy present.

Religion is always a contentious issue. At present there are no rules against religious discussion, but that may be subject to change in the future if religious discussion becomes too uncivil on this forum.

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