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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Woden's Folk News Update


A powerful message from Woden's Folk (Inglinga Blog)

 

Monday, 28 April 2014

Important News Update

Woden's Folk will continue through the Spear of Woden and the Sword of Wayland magazines. These will be published and printed by WF on the same dates that they have always been issued. Details of these will be published on the WF Website when it is reconstructed.

Saxon Heathen Website - The old EM/EH website will now operate as the Saxon Heathen website which will be used to promote the Woden Folk-Religion as well as sections on the esoteric Irminist Religion of the Saxon Nation. This site will go up on Walpurgis Night (Woden's Day April 30th 2014).

Woden's Folk Website - This is having a complete reconstruction and will return in a far more simplified form. It will contain details of the WF Magazines, the Woden Folk-Religion, Wodenic Rites, Cultic Rites, and much more stuff of interest to Wodenists. It will thus be a while before it goes up properly and we apologise for this.

Woden's Folk and the Woden Folk-Religion promotes the idea of England in Germania and the regeneration of a European Imperium which transcends the narrow-mindedness of what is called 'nationalism' which has led to untold problems and the creation of brother's wars that have destroyed the flower of European Youth through two devastating world wars that could have been avoided had England not been led into them by traitorous politicians. Our work transcends any form of 'nationalism' and 'left-right politics' in favour of a religious and spiritual awakening and those who hear the Call of the Blood may take up the Woden Folk-Religion. Ours is one of 'love of one's own kind' and not the hatred of others, nor the stupidity of alienating other peoples of these islands or indeed that of Europe and wherever the Germanic Folk have settled.

The Holy Mountain of the AEsir-Gods is in Scotland in the Southerland Mountains - Ben mor Assynt. In Scottish Legend (which is Scythian and Norse) this mountain range was raised by the Norse Gods, hence the name 'Assynt' which refers to the AEsir-Gods. The Scottish Lowlands around Edinburgh (Edwin's Burgh - named after the Saxon King Edwin) were once called Saxony and that is why the people speak a tongue much nearer to Old English than the English do today. Words such as 'bairn' and 'ken' prove this beyond doubt. The most early accounts of the Romans who came to these islands tell of alliances between the Picts, Scots and Saxons. Through the idea of Scottish Nationalism and the backlash here in England promoting English Nationalism the Scots and English are being drawn into friction that is totally unnecessary. The Scots should have their independence, as should the English, but we can live side by side as part of the coming European Imperium (Europe of the Nations).

Much of Wales is also akin to the English, especially South Wales which has been subject to people moving from England. Pembrokeshire has been called 'Little England'. North Wales has a rather different make-up and many of the names of this area are drawn from Hebrew sources which explains the Judaeo-Christian fanaticism of this area, and also that the 'Druids' may have been a Middle-Eastern Priesthood at one time that usurped the Hyperborean Druids. This would explain the many Hebrew roots that make up the consonants of the Ogham Script. In many Welsh texts their great hero - King Arthur - is a 'Christian King' fighting against Heathenism, and this would also explain the battles fought against the Picts, Scots and Saxons - many of which took place not in England but in Wales.

Historians and archaeologists have distorted the truth and claim that England was occupied by 'Celts' and was 'invaded' by the English. This 'Invasion Theory' does not stand up to the test when we consider the Welsh versions of the tales, where we find a far different account than we have been given through the English versions. The problem lies in the work of Geoffrey of Monmouth who had a vested interest in altering the texts to suit his own agenda. It has been taken as 'fact' that the English were 'invaders' which means that the 'Celts' can lay claim to the ancient sites around this land - yet how is it that monuments such as Wayland's Smithy have been named after English Gods? This is some 2,500 years old and must have been recognised as the work of their Germanic Ancestors! This goes also for the other ancient monuments erected in these islands since the Saxon Nation is a direct descendant of the original inhabitants of these islands - the Hyperboreans.

The idea that the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish are 'Celts' has been fabricated, for the Scots actually claim a Scythian origin, which also seems to be the root of the Saxons or 'Sacae-Sani'. The most northerly parts of Scotland are Norse in origin, and areas are even named after the Norse Gods - Ullapool for instance, named after the Norse God Ullr. We have the name 'Dunfries' in Scotland which is the Dun (town) of the Frisians! Clearly there is something amiss with the history that we have been told. The Frisians were kin to the Saxons and Angles.

Most people know that the name 'Dublin' stems from the Danish Vikings who settled there and built this centre which is now the capital of Eira. What most people do not know is that remains of a Saxon settlement were found beneath the Danish Viking settlement. In the southernmost part of Ireland was a tribe called the Chatti which were clearly the Germanic tribe called by this name. The peoples of these islands have been deceived beyond belief!

It is now time to put the record straight and to stop the growing friction between the nations of these islands, a friction created in order to 'divide and conquer'. We oppose a 'European State' which enslaves the peoples of Europe, but we recognise the need for a Europe of the Nations and a European Imperium. Scottish, Welsh and Irish 'nationalism' are based upon the false concept of '.......in Europe' and thus are part of the attempt to create a European State. English 'nationalism' is mainly a backlash to these nations wishing to break free of the 'British State'. What these nations need is a Spiritual Revolution that will take them back to their roots - the Woden Folk-Religion is the key to the return of the Saxon Nation to its roots and thus to the English Awakening.

In order to understand the problems of the peoples of these islands we may need to resort to seeing them as a mixture of Germano-Celts (the ruling caste of Northern European descent) and Gallo-Celts (the rest who were of Southern European descent). The name 'Celt' is Greek and this was used by the Romans and is not strictly a good name to use, but the idea behind this is sound. The Iceni ruler - Boudicca/Boudicea - is clearly Nordic in the description that comes down to us, and it is logical that East Anglia (that is East Anglia and not the 'East Angles') was predominantly Germanic and always has been. The idea that the tribes here in England used chariots fits very well to the type of cavalry used by the Aryan Tribes that came from the East and South.

When we recognise that England has always been part of Germania, and that the English Tribes were here prior to the so-called 'invasions' then we can lay claim to what is truly ours, and a history going back into the far distant past, and to the ancient land of At-al-land of which this was a part. Why have the English not done this before? One reason could be that the Welsh texts have been seen as being fabricated, and that the 'King Arthur' of legend was seen as a fabrication to give legitimacy to the Norman usurpation of the English Throne. When we uplift the legends of 'King Arthur' to Wales, in the light of the fact that we have clear accounts of battles between the Britons (Welsh) and the Picts and Saxons (in Wales, when the Picts were supposed to have lived in the most northerly reaches of Scotland) then this becomes clearer. through the Saxon Heathen site these things will be studied in the light of the truth of a past far different than the historians would have us believe.

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