Ēostre, Mar. 21-25

Eostre is a Germanic holiday celebrating spring fecundity, and love and carnal pleasure that leads to fecundity. Old English Ēostre continues into modern English as Easter and derives from Proto-Germanic ‘austrōn’.

Pagan Anglo-Saxons had held feasts on Ēostre. Bonfires were lighted. Water drawn on the Ēostre morning was, according to popular belief, holy and healing. The heathen Easter had much in common with May-feast and the reception of Spring. Then, through long ages there seem to have lingered among the people Easter-games so-called, which the church itself had to tolerate: especially the custom of Easter eggs and the Easter tale which preachers told from the pulpit for the people’s amusement, connecting it with Christian reminiscences.

Around 1000 AD, in festivals celebrating Ēostre, bunnies were killed and consumed during orgiastic pagan festivals that involved cannabis. Such are the findings of Dr. Christian Ritsch, after studying libraries of ancient German texts. “[Ēostre’s] sacred animals, the hares, would be sacrificed and eaten in a communal meal. It [was] best washed down with a good hemp beer. The old Germans were really fond of their beer,” said Ritsch. “But it was brewed by women [that] used all kinds of herbs in the brewing process including hemp and henbane, and these beers were always related to pagan ritual and to fertility and of course to sex an so on. And this whole thing was suppressed by the Catholic Church in the time of the witch hunts, and the Germans passed a law against brewing beer with any other herbs but hops.”

Hitler Day, Apr. 20

In April 1939, the government of Nazi Germany declared their Führer Adolf Hitler’s birthday (20 April) to be a national holiday. Festivities began in the afternoon on the day before his birthday. Because of his indigestion, Hitler did not drink alcohol, so a Munich brewery created a special batch of low alcohol beer for his birthday. The brew became a regular order.

Summer Solstice, June 21

The turning point at which summer reaches its height and the sun shines longest.

Lucifer Day, July 20

Alexander the Great was born on July 20, 356 BC. The King of Babylon which Isaiah referred to as ‘Lucifer’ was Alexander the Great. William Luther Pierce, in Who We Are, explains Alexander the Great as such:

Alexander used his power base to launch a new and vastly greater wave of Nordic conquest. In 336, at the age of 20, he succeeded his father as king of Macedonia. Within a decade he had conquered most of the ancient world.

Alexander’s principal conquests lay in the Middle East: Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, Iran, Afghanistan, and the Aryan realm of northwest India. By bringing it under common rule with Greece and Macedonia, Alexander created the greatest empire the world had yet seen.

And it was Babylon which he chose as the capital of his empire.

On June 13, 323 B.C., at Babylon, Alexander, not yet 33 years ears old, died of a fever– and with him died the empire. The various plans he had set in motion for homogenizing the culture and government of his vast realm became sidetracked.

Elements of Alexander’s empire survived long after his death. In Egypt, for example, the Macedonian Ptolemaic dynasty lasted three centuries; Queen Cleopatra was not an Egyptian by blood, but a Macedonian. And in the east, after the breakup of the empire, local rulers claimed descent from Alexander, even as late as modern times.

Acccording to PhD Gary Homer Gutchess: “Alexander’s adventures grew to super-hero proportions in the imagination of medieval Europeans. They saw him as the prototype of the successful crusader in the east.”

In Daniel 8:20-22 we read:

{20} “The empire of Babylon will soon fall. The two-horned ram you saw represents the coming kingdom of the Medes and Persians. The horn on the ram that came up last and reached out farther than the first horn represents the Persian side of this empire. The Persians will dominate the Medes.
{21} Later, the Medes and Persians will be overrun by the Greeks. The shaggy goat represents the kingdom of Grecia. The large horn you saw between the eyes of the goat represents a man, its first king, Alexander the Great. Alexander will die an untimely death at the peak of his power.
{22} The four horns on the goat represent four generals who will replace Alexander. These generals will be Cassander, Lysimachus, Ptolemy, and Seleucus. None of these generals will be as powerful as Alexander. They will divide Grecia into four sectors and each will rule over his sector.”

This all seems to imply that Jews assassinated Alexander the Great.

The Egyptian city of Alexandria, home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, was built to align with the rising sun on the day of Alexander the Great’s birth.

Alexander founded the city of Alexandria in 331 B.C. The town would later become hugely prosperous, home to Cleopatra, the magnificent Royal Library of Alexandria and the 450-foot-tall (140 meters) Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the wonders of the ancient world.

Ancient Alexandria was planned around a main east-west thoroughfare called Canopic Road. A study of the ancient route reveals it is not laid out according to topography; for example, it doesn’t run quite parallel to the coastline. But on the birthday of Alexander the Great, the rising sun of the fourth century rose perfect alignment with the road. With a slight displacement of the day, the phenomenon is still enjoyable in our times.

Autumnal Equinox, Sept. 21-24

The holiday of the autumnal equinox, Harvest Home, Mabon, the Feast of the Ingathering, Meán Fómhair, or Alban Elfed, is a Pagan ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them amongst our kinfolk.

Leif Erikson Day, Oct. 9

Leif Erikson Day is an annual observance which honors the Norse explorer who re-discovered North America (Vinland) around the year 1000 AD. Long before this re-discovery, the original white native Americans (who covered the entire continent over 7,000 years ago) were exterminated by Asiatic scraelings who today falsely claim North America as their indigenous territory. The truth is that Asiatic scraelings exterminated the real white native Americans. And it wasn’t until Leif Erikson’s journeys that the white race finally started to reconquer its ancient homeland. (Christopher Columbus – an Italian Jew – is often credited with this accomplishment in the public education system, but this notion is entirely false.)

In 1930, Wisconsin became the first U.S. state to officially adopt Leif Erikson Day as a state holiday, thanks in large part to efforts by Rasmus Anderson. A year later, the state of Minnesota followed suit. By 1956, Leif Erikson Day had been made an official observance in seven states (Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota, Illinois, Colorado, Washington, and California) and one Canadian province (Saskatchewan). In 2012, the day was also made official in Las Vegas, Nevada.

National Martyrs Day, Dec. 8

National Martyr’s Day is the recognition of White Nationalists, both in the United States, and Europe, for the sacrifices of individuals who have given their Lives or Freedom on behalf of their folk-community, or patriotic worldview.

The murder of Robert Jay Mathews by ‘federal forces’ on Whidbey Island, Washington, on December 8, 1984, after a 36 hour stand-off, led to the yearly vigil on that same Island, to honour the memory of this slain revolutionary white nationalist Leader.

Up until very recently, those who visited the place of his death at Smugglers Cove, a small area on the West side of the Island, ranged from a few dozen, to one-hundred participants; at the same time, around the nation, various associations and groups would celebrate by learning about all the aspects of this man’s life, and what he and his Silent Brothers attempted to create in the upper-northwest: a Territorial Imperative which would house and extend a fledgling Ethno-State.

There are many added individuals, most which represent various patriotic or nativist groups around the United States, Europe is also included, as they are part of a larger extended family, or world-Nation. Over the years, this has included anyone who proved, either by actions or belief, that the life of their racial ethny was paramount, and thereby drawing the abuse or bodily injury, even death, for these beliefs. This would include – but is not limited to – David Lane, Yorie Kahl, Bruce Pierce, Ian Stuart, Brian Kozel, Joseph Tommasi, George Lincoln Rockwell, Francis Parker Yockey, and Christopher Marlowe.

Yule, Dec. 21-Jan. 1

The phenomenon today called “Christmas” is an elaborate amalgamation of old Odinist beliefs, primitive winter survival tactics, and newer Judeo-Christian White Magical ceremony that has slowly evolved over time to become the celebration we now know it as today. To be perfectly blunt, Christmas is basically just Yule plus Jews.

The practices of trying to keep greenery alive by bringing it indoors into our homes, or trying to keep warm by passing a flame around, no longer have relevance in our modern days and we must admit are somewhat compulsive and irrational today. But most other Christmas customs we cherish and enjoy today also originally came from Yule.

220px-georg_von_rosen_-_oden_som_vandringsman_1886_odin_the_wandererOdin, with his long pointy hat, one eye, long beard, riding his horse from house to house with presents for stockings, is where our modern day story of Santa with his hat, winking eye, beard, and reindeer originated. Odin rode an eight-legged horse with a red nose and Santa has eight reindeer lead by one with a red nose. The full transformation of Yule into Christmas only happened after the Church came up with a holiday on Dec. 6th to honor Saint Nicholas instead of Odin and fabricated some non-sense story about Jesus being born around Yule time.

The best part about Yule is that it let us express our natural inclination, as white people, toward pathological altruism (untainted by Jewish interference). It is very important that we keep our altruistic behavior to ourselves among those of our own race. If you want to give generously to the poor, give to a young white person. Don’t mindlessly throw your money at multi-racial charities or the church. And we must be careful to avoid Jew-run businesses for gifts to our racial kinsmen.