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The Celebration of Ostara

In recent years a new holiday “war” has been brewing in the blogosphere. Around Eastertime blog posts and news articles spring up arguing either for or against the historicity of the cult of the worship of the Germanic Goddess Ēostre.

Dawn by Alphonse Mucha 

The Controversy

In recent years a new holiday “war” has been brewing in the blogosphere. Around Eastertime blog posts and news articles spring up arguing either for or against the historicity of the cult of the worship of the Germanic Goddess Ēostre.

Although Northern European indigenous religion was actively repressed by the Church, modern Easter celebrations are still very much intertwined with the old pagan holiday. Since the holiday traditions could not be stomped out, it appears that the best way to combat a resurgence of ancestral European religion is to deny it ever existed.

So, let us explore the evidence, and see just how much there actually is.

The Venerable Bede
The Venerable Bede

Is Bede a reliable source?

The Venerable Bede is the source most often used in arguments both for andagainst the existence of the cult of Ēostre. The main opposing argument states that Ēostre is a “made up” goddess invented by the Medieval Church historian, Bede.

What this argument neglects to consider is that Bede was a Christian monk who was bent on driving paganism out of Britain. He wrote his book, The Ecclesiastical History of the English People, in the 8th Century. This was a time when English Pagan customs still survived out on the outskirts and heaths.The term “heathen” refers to the country folk out on the heath practicing the “Old Ways”.

Eradication of the Old Religion was a main priority of the Church in this period. Why, then, would a Christian monk invent a pagan goddess to encourage pagan practice? His goal would be to downplay any Spring fertility goddesses and emphasize the resurrection of Christ.

Einhard the scribe
Einhard the scribe

But, wait. Bede has backup!

As it happens, another monk recorded a reference to Ostara which corroborates Bede’s claim. Einhard, in The Life of Charlemagne (written in the 9th Century), mentions that the month of April is known to the Saxons as Oster-monath (Ôstarmânot), backing up Bede’s mentioning of April as Ēastermōnaþ (Easter month).

The Anglo-Saxons in England were cousins to the German Saxons in continental Europe. They spoke a related language and practiced variations on the same religion. Ēostre to the English is the linguistic counterpart to Ostara of the continental Saxons. Both groups named the month that roughly corresponds with our April for the goddess whose festival was celebrated then.

In vintage Easter cards, Christ is rarely shown or mentioned. 100 years ago it was far more common to see rabbits, chicks, and, curiously, angelic women.

 Female Easter angels are a common motif in vintage cards. Could this be a memory of our lost Easter goddess?
Female Easter angels are a common motif in vintage cards. Could this be a memory of our lost Easter goddess?

Those monks were sneaky little rascals

Scholars have suggested that the early Medieval Church in England actively studied Anglo-Saxon indigenous religion as a strategy to combat it.

Author and scholar Brian Bates explores this tactic in his best selling book, The Way of Wyrd. The author of this historical fiction novel conducted intense research as the framework he built his story around. Professor Bates is the leading scholar in Anglo-Saxon religion, and has taught courses on it at the University of Sussex. His research for the novel included extensive study of medieval manuscripts in the British Library.

The plot of his story revolves around an aspiring young monk in the Christian English kingdom of Mercia who is sent into Anglo-Saxon pagan territory on a stealth mission to learn the customs and religion of the pagans. The head of the monastery explicitly states that through learning the ways of the pagans, they can better combat the indigenous religion and replace it with the new one.

Granted, this is a work of fiction. But, as previously stated, it is a work of historicalfiction written by a scholar and based on heavy research.

It is likely that Bede, like the monks in Bate’s story, was conducting his own research on the heathen people within his geographic vicinity. By understanding the elements of the Easter festival, the Church could incorporate some of the themes into the new Christian festival, thereby making the transition more palatable to the “natives.”

There are many factual examples to corroborate this proposed scenario. It is well known that during periods of conversion, pagan temples were destroyed while Christian ones were erected in their stead. Christian festivals were placed on the old pagan festival calendar, and elements of the original festivals were absorbed into the new ones.

We know that the Catholic Church’s “cult of the Saints” often allowed deities sacred to a locality be adopted as local saints or representations of the Virgin Mary.

There are many examples of this, but one that most people are familiar with is the Celtic goddess Brigid, who is still held in special esteem by Irish Catholics and Celtic Christians today as Saint Brigid.

The Greek goddess of the dawn, Eos, is etymologically related to Eostre. By Jean-Marc Nattier.
The Greek goddess of the dawn, Eos, is etymologically related to Eostre. By Jean-Marc Nattier.

Congruence with other known European goddesses

Given that European pagans were so frequently portrayed with gross inaccuracy, it seems odd that a Christian monk would invent a gentle fertility goddess associated with things that elicit positive feelings, such as furry bunnies (more accurately, hares), flowers, fuzzy baby chicks, and eggs which symbolize new life, regeneration, and sustenance.

That Ēostre fits the mold of a gentle pagan springtime goddess perfectly, and is not morphed into some kind of monstrous beast is another testament to Bede’s reliability. Again, his bias would have him demonize pagan religion.

These things are associated with other known pagan goddesses. Brigid, again, serves as good example. She is another goddess who is associated with spring and patron of another pagan festival.

The Celtic holiday Imbolc was celebrated with the first signs of Spring. Symbols associated with Imbolc include newborn lambs, milk, other dairy products, and the flame. These things represent nurturing sustenance and new life, re-birth.

The Catholic holiday Candlemas was set in the religious calendar to replace Imbolc. The patron of Candlemas is Saint Brigid. (Are we seeing any parallels?)

An invented goddess, constructed by someone culturally separated from pagan culture, who has an intrinsic heavy bias, would likely fall outside of the paradigm of what we know of pagan spirituality. Ēostre does not. She is a perfect fit.

Vintage Easter Card, demonstrating a tradition of associating a young woman with the holiday, a remnant of our cultural memory of Eostre.
Vintage Easter Card, demonstrating a tradition of associating a young woman with the holiday, a remnant of our cultural memory of Eostre.

Etymological Connection to Other Spring/Dawn Goddesses

Eostre and Ostara are etymological cousins of the Greek Eos, Roman Aurora, and Baltic Ausrine. If Bede were to invent a goddess, would he scratch his head and make sure his fake goddess lined up perfectly with similar goddesses of other Indo-European cultures?

Further, much work has been done to reconstruct the proto-Indo-European (PIE) pantheon. This is the language/culture group from which most of Europe descends. Aeusos or Ushas is the PIE goddess that the goddesses mentioned above descend from. The linguists show that Eostre and Ostara fit within the paradigm.

Let’s review

So, we can see that:

A) Catholic monks of this period, like Bede, were instructed to study local pagan customs.

B) Those local pagan customs were routinely absorbed into the new Christian holidays.

C) Pagans were usually portrayed negatively by Christian writers, so it makes little sense to invent a benevolent, nurturing pagan goddess.

D) The goal of the Church was to make pagans forget their religion – not revive it. So again, it makes little sense for a Christian monk to invent a new pagan goddess.

E) The goddess described by Bede fits within the established framework of other pagan goddesses in Europe at this time, giving strength to the idea that Bede described a deity with a very real local following rather than inventing one out of thin air.

Vintage photograph, perhaps representative of Ostara.
Vintage photograph, perhaps representative of Ostara.
The Brothers Grimm statue in Kassel, Germany
The Brothers Grimm statue in Kassel, Germany

More recent evidence

But let’s not stop there, for there is even more evidence! Jacob Grimm came along in the 19th Century, which saw a revival in local folk legends and mythology. Although the Grimm Brothers are famous for fairy tales, they also conducted important work in the burgeoning field of Folklore.

The brothers surveyed the local people all around Germany and in neighboring German speaking regions. Jacob Grimm analyzed his findings and wrote his masterpiece, Teutonic Mythology, an ambitious and comprehensive study of continental German mythology.

Through his study of oral history he discovered that the goddess Ostara was to be found in nearly all German speaking areas.

Very often folklore exists as the only surviving evidence from ages when there was no written record. The folklore recorded by Grimm demonstrated that people miles and miles apart retained shared cultural memories of the same goddess.

Grimm hypothesized that Ostara was a pan-Germanic goddess of fertility, the spring, and the dawn. If Bede invented her in England, then how did illiterate peasants in Germany know of her over one thousand years later? Either she was genuinely worshiped, or Bede had an excellent PR team!

Another vintage Easter card. The merging of the two religious holidays is demonstrated.
Another vintage Easter card. The merging of the two religious holidays is demonstrated.

What’s in a Name?

It is important to note that all other Christianized countries in Europe refer to the Easter holiday with a variation of Pascha – which is related to the word Passover. Only languages where Ēostre/Ostara was honored have retained the word relating to her.

In German, Easter is called Ostern. However, the Norse version of Germanic paganism did not include Ostara in their pantheon. So what do they call the holiday in Scandinavia?

In Danish and Norwegian, it is called Påske – a variation of Pascha! This corroborates with the notion that the name of Easter is associated with the Old English Ēostre and Ostern with Ostara. **There is no other way to explain why English and German use Easter/Ostern while the Scandinavian languages use Pascha.**

Vintage Easter card. Eostre seems to say "I'm baaaack!"
Vintage Easter card. Eostre seems to say “I’m baaaack!”

No evidence? You decide.

We can see there is actually quite a bit of evidence to demonstrate that Ēostre/Ostara was, indeed, legitimately worshiped in both England and Germany.

People have been known to believe that certain other mythological figures literally walked the Earth with much less evidence. Whereas, nobody is debating whether Ēostre was or was not a real person – simply that there was a wide spread cult devoted to her veneration.

Yet, some people who believe so fervently in other modern mythologies, often with no evidence at all to back up their own beliefs, vehemently insist that Ēostre was invented by Bede.

Based on a review of the evidence, the only conclusion for such a heated rejection of fact is that the pagan Ēostre is still considered a threat to those who would appropriate her holy day.

Despite the efforts to erase her from history, she lives on not only in the symbols of Easter, but in the very word “Easter” itself.

Human nature often dictates that if you don’t like the truth, just deny it. Fortunately, historians, researchers, and scholars like Bede, Einhard, and Grimm have preserved and revived Easter’s origins.


This essay was originally published by the author at Hubpages.

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Matar Judios
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Wow, she (good)-looks like the Blue Fairy! Good and beautiful Eostre come and help us!

Rick Novalis
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This is awful. Does nobody check contemporary scholarship when these are published? Yes, a couple of individuals, the venerable included, mentioned this as a ‘holiday’ in their writings, but no contemporary historians of pre-Christian Britain, INCLUDING Pagan historians concur that it was in fact the celebration of a goddess. There is NO ancient holiday that aligns with the time of the year in question. This was a controversial topic maybe in 1920. It simply isn’t today, because the scholarship is settled, and some woman writing on altright does not know more than people who have advanced degrees in history.

KurtW
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It would be awesome to get a livestream with Greg Conte interviewing E. Michael Jones. They could field subjects such as in this article, and generally Catholicism in relation to AltRight ideas.

disqusqueen17
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Interesting idea. E. Michael Jones is a negrophiliac RCC cuck though. He’s written some interesting books, but his blame the Jews for everything schtick is crazy. He accepts black/Asian priests-popes. Also, he goes to Iran alot and gives speeches which includes attacks on the Jews. He will not state that Islam is a Christian heresy. His new cri de couer is a homeland for the Palestinians. More than 95% of the Palestinians are Muslims and have black ancestry. If Jones sticks to the pagan stuff, he might make some good points. Also, these pagan ideas are actually fulfilled in the… Read more »
Slavedevice
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Orson (and Xtian s), I support Spencer s Pagan references. I am a National socialist and I strongly identify with my Norse roots. See, Hitler failed because he was afraid to abandon his he Christian members of the SS. The NW Territory guys lost my support because they are all obcessex with race and not concerned at all with spirit. Spirit is even more important than race. I can accept other races if they are as concerned whole heartedly with the ancient roots of SPIRIT!! I m totally down with Spencer. And I dream of ethnic-State but if it still… Read more »
Thim
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Excellent article. We Christians continue to celebrate the holiest day of our year, in the name of a pagan goddess. No wonder we do nothing but lose. We can do better.

Dustin DeWind
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What a waste of time. You can believe in the Resurrection of Christ, as I do, or not, as others do. That’s ok. You can be some flavor of atheist. Or agnostic. Whatever. Or a fucking (hateful) freemason. But nobody at all will give really a flying heck about Ostara or any other pagan goddess. Never, ever, again. It’s always the same story: “no, it’s about a revival of the spirit of the sacred, and the archetypes, and the symbols of the forces of nature, and this and that, because…” Bah. BAH. I’m not adoring gravity, streams of water, the… Read more »
yan
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I concur! New paganism=old dilletantism.

Odalman
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“Believe in nothing goy, be a good consumer, worship modernity.” You’re an dunce, take your subversive shit elsewhere.

Totaler+Brah
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Altright.com – – your place for lunar feminist goddess kitsch!

AntiDem
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This is a weird little conspiracy theory that never gets around to explaining why the word for Easter in most European languages sounds nothing like “Ostara” (e.g. “pashka” in Russian, “paques” in French, “pascoa” in Portugese) and why it lines up with Passover just like the Bible would have you believe that it would. 

Internet
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Perhaps because the traditions are older the bible?

Lando
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Stop pushing this ridiculous clap-trap.

Orson_85
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It’s time for you to get out of the Alt-Right, Spence. The Alt-Right is majority Christian, and people are getting sick of your constant attacks on Christianity and America. You’ve become an embarrassment and a detriment to the Alt-Right. Our enemy uses your words to poison the Alt-Right movement in the minds of our target recruitment audience, the normiecon masses, because you can’t go five minutes without proclaiming to be the leader of the Alt-Right. And then proceed to babble on about socialism, attack Christianity, promote pagan cults, and express your hatred for America from its founding. You are not… Read more »
Raven_02
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It’s time for you to get the hell out of the Alt-Right, Spencer. The Alt-Right is majority Christian, and people are getting sick of your constant attacks on Christianity and America. You’ve become an embarrassment and a detriment to the Alt-Right. Our enemy uses your words to poison the Alt-Right movement in the minds of our target recruitment audience, the normiecon masses, because you can’t go five minutes without proclaiming to be the leader of the Alt-Right. And then proceed to babble on about socialism, attack Christianity, promote pagan cults, and express your hatred for America from its founding. You… Read more »
Lexi
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What attacks on Christianity?

Albino
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Spencey created the AltRight.
The AltRight is not the Tea Party.
The AltRight is not the conventional Right.

I am Catholic myself and I love paganism. I think the writings of the hippie wiccan Carolyn are very interesting.
I deeply believe in private property but I believe in public healthcare too.
Extreme capitalism is the worst enemy of private property and free enterprise.

“You have a bizarre fringe fetish of a pan-European, Soviet-style, revived Roman Empire”.

That is fab!!!

REPENT
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LMAO @ PAGAN/NIHILIST CUCKS.

Christians are the only ones who reproduce above replacement level among whites. Suck it nihilsitic race idolaters and sodomites.

Vetreyal
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Fuck off (((christfag))), you kike in the pike fans have your days numbered. The self hatred the give the other cheek attitude that (((Christianity))) has inoculated in Europe is now fighting against (((Christianity))) itself lol you cucks are a complete joke!

ActivePooter
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prehistoric european/eurasian religion is a fascinating subject…regarding the venus figurines, the mainstream narrative is that she represented a matriarchal religion…but the theory I like is that she was a ‘grotesque,’ a horrifying household idol meant to scare away evil spirits, similar to the use of gargoyles in historic europe (carved onto buildings to scare away evil spirits)

ActivePooter
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I agree….have you read Atwill’s book Caesar’s Messiah? primary thesis being that the roman’s did the same thing to the jewish religion and co-opted the old testament by writing a new testament to domesticate the jewish culture by incorporating jewish religion into a new and roman-friendly religion

DenVilda
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OK. Did you know that Thanksgiving, celebrated the last Thursday of every November, isn’t an American holiday? It’s actually a feast in celebration of the Norse war god, Thor. Despite appearances, the Pilgrims were only superficially Christian; they were in truth Vikings summoning the power of Thor. The Thanksgiving feast was the beginning of the White conquest of a continent. Hail Thor!

Babel
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astarte

This is a Phoenician goddess.

Caerulus Rex
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I’d heard previously about a lot of the elements of Easter celebration being carried over from Pagan traditions, but many of these details I’ve never heard about before. Very interesting indeed!

Lexi
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Also to the author: I have heard that the Yazidis’ religion bears a striking resemblance to certain Hindu expressions. I am very curious to know more about how the Yazidi religion might relate to PIE religion, and therefore how the Yazidi people might relate to Europeans. I have seen pictures of some of those girls and some could pass for Swedish. It’s particularly interesting that they have been able to remain endogamous as such a small minority surrounded by Muslims.

Carolyn Emerick
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No I do not believe she is related to Ishtar as Ishtar is Babylonian and I am unaware of any Indo-European relationship to them. They spoke a Semitic language family. Semitic language is considered an Afro-Asiatic language group. Re the Yazidi – yes, you will see similaries because the Yazidi are Aryan but I believe they fall on the Indo-Iranian side, not Indo European. The best I can ascertain, Europeans seem to be as much strongly Old European as we are Aryan (indo-European) which is reflected also in the mythos. If you want to email me at [email protected] I’ll send… Read more »
Stewart Miller
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http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Mythic_Dawn

“The Order of the Mythic Dawn was a Daedric cult that followed the teachings of Mehrunes Dagon.”

Mehrunes Dagon is a daedra, basically a demon, in the Elder Scrolls universe. Just thought it was kind of funny.

Lexi
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To the author: Do you think Eostre is the very same Ishtar from the Semitic Akkadian? That would seem likely based on her absence in Scandinavia.

If Eostre is or came from Ishtar, was she “Germanized” in some way, or did she remain more or less the same as she traveled North?

Hansfrank
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The egg hunt is pretty clearly from the dunes in northwest europe when the migratory birds returned from africa to nest and lay brightly colored eggs,

Pechal
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Since this is about Anglo-Saxon paganism I will add my insight of Polish paganism, including a remnant of it that is still celebrated: “Smigus-dyngus’ or “Wet Monday” as it is known in English.

It is the celebration of fertility and of course the best time to begin which is in the spring. Traditionally men would tease women by splashing water on them or spanking them playfully with pussywillows.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%9Amigus-dyngus

Lexi
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Best wishes to you Poles for a romantic and fruitful Spring season this year!😘💑

Carolyn Emerick
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Would love for you to write on this for my new magazine Mythic Dawn! If you email me I will send it in pdf free, [email protected]

mr_mercer
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> the best time to begin which is in the spring.

There is Europe pre-potato and Europe post-potato. Pre-potato spring and summer was the worst time. Before the Spanish brought back the potato you starved to death in July, before the grain harvest came in. The time of plenty was September/October, hence Oktoberfest. The potato and maize changed all this, though. European life was radically transformed by the Amerindian crops.

It is interesting that testosterone levels spike in the fall.

Pechal
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It is true today’s polish cuisine would be impossible to imagine without potatoes. However obviously people survived without them so I’m not sure how you can say that so many people are dieing in the middle of the summer from hunger to the point of no reproducing.

Besides you would want to feed your pregnant wife and child in the time of plenty.

DrBubba
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Yahweh is gay….

RestoreSanity
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With the sheer amount of syncretism that took place in Europe I have no trouble believing it. The old gods never went away.

Lexi
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The thing is if you’re going to throw a party to celebrate the Resurrection, it only makes sense to celebrate at Spring Equinox. I don’t see it so much as appropriation, or even supercession, but completion. The Resurrection offers us the promise of eternal life not instead of but in addition to the Earth and it’s bounty in this life.

RestoreSanity
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Well said.

Singh
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How can the kikes offer you eternal life when we’re going to kill them all?

Carolyn Emerick
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I am in talks with Arktos about writing a book on this very notion 😉 but in the meantime I very much recommend The Northern Dawn by scholar Stephen Flowers https://amzn.to/2GrpuQS

TitusValens
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Whether you’re Christian or Pagan, I wish you a happy Easter since Google certainly won’t.

Nova Morium
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“People have been known to believe that certain other mythological figures literally walked the Earth with much less evidence.”

Ha!!

Great Read……

Very Educational……..

I would love to go back in time to see, feel, and fully understand the Reality of My Ancestors going back thousands of years……

Happy Ostara!

olek
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we wuz vikingz and shiiiet!

Snigga Odinson
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All I want for Easter is white birth rates going up.

Johnny+Futurismo
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I’ve just seen Vargs latest video on Southern Europeans and I’m triggered fam.
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RestoreSanity
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Surprised? That guy’s been saying southern Europeans are eggplants for a while.

Lexi
Guest

Don’t even get me started.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

lol he said we’re not white. *shrugs* I’ve got an olive skin tone, brown hair and brown eyes. I’m not really bothered by that. I’m a proud Italian, and more broadly European. White is just a skin tone to me. I don’t think there is one white identity, there are several.

I’m not really that bothered by the video, I was joking. Everything he said is true. That being said I will never apologize for the glourious deeds of my ancestors. Heil Caesar!

Lexi
Guest

That is the kind of shit that makes me suspicious tbh.

Johnny+Futurismo
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lol Varg is a great guy. He’s 100% correct on the need to drop out of society and live a simpler and more traditional life. Different Euro groups have different traditions though and one identity shouldn’t be imposed on all of them. It was wrong for the Romans to push Christianity on Northern Europeans. It’s wrong for Odinists to expect Southern Europeans to abandon Catholicism and embrace their Pagan routes. Roman Paganism is permissive of a lot of degenerate behaviour, such as homosexuality as Varg pointed out, that the Catholic church corrected. If I became a Mithraist instead of a… Read more »
Lexi
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Hmmm. I guess maybe I should check out his content. I don’t really know anything about him.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

This is the video I’m talking about.

Albino
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Varg is right. Look at this Spanish pornstar speaking out proudly about her gonorrea and clamydea: She is a rol model for local girls today.

North African
Guest

Is it wrong I’ve seen her “work” before ?

Albino
Guest

I am in love with her. I wish she repents her sinful life and converts.Then, I would find her and ask her for marriage. I would love to marry this woman by the Church and breed 8 children. Maybe 9 or 10. Like in the old good Catholic days of Franco.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

To quote Dr. Dre, You can’t make a hoe a housewife.

Albino
Guest

Maybe I can lock up her in a convent in between children. A nanny can take care of the children and do housewive work.

Albino
Guest

She is amazing. She looks like a truly Ostara.

Rexterminatus
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He couldn’t be more wrong about dropping out of society. That spreads us even thinner. We must be a Nation within a nation. Varg’s ideas are great if you want to be a Neolithic age spear-chucker. If you want to win, you have to go with the Golden One.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

We need to drop out of (((their)) system and build organic communities in the countryside, and contribute to (((their))) system as little as possible. I’m not an Anarcho-Primitivist, we don’t need to abandon all of our technology, but I’m not wasting my time trying to repair America (or Canada.) It’s a failed social experiment and the sooner it comes tumbling down the better.

Rexterminatus
Plus Member

Agreed. These shambling corpse nations must go.

Yehudah Finkelstein
Guest

Varg is 100 % batshit crazy and unable to control his emotions, a huge character flaw. It’s why he went to prison.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

Euronymous was a Nazbol degenerate who had it coming. He openly talked about how he planned to torture and eventually kill Varg, so Varg brought the fight to him…

Anyways, he’s repaid his debt to society.

Singh
Guest

Mithras is an Aryan God though

My captcha had R1a in it

Vcr1a actually so there you go।।

Viva Caeser R1A

Means true Romans follow only Aryan Devas।।

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

In a broad Indo-European sense that is true. I don’t really relate to Iranians in that way though, and they don’t relate to Europeans that way either. This Iranian who I work with is convinced that him and I are the same thing actually, but I think thats rare.

Carolyn Emerick
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I would never say not white. I do strongly assert that there is a very big difference between Northern and Southern European culture. The reality of race before WWII is everyone believed not only in black, white, red, yellow, etc, but in numerous subraces. Even between northern and southern groups there are many various phenotypical types. So to say that they are racially distinct from one another is true, but the notion of sub-race has been lost so people will knee-jerk and assume that means something it doesn’t. That said, there is also strong continuity of culture between the two… Read more »
Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

Yeah the differences between North and South are like Night and Day, which is why I don’t get that offended.

I’d be interested in reading that. Thanks.

Albino
Guest

Varg is jealous because, since the 1950s, Scandinavian women come to the Med in order to shag with Latin lovers (and Greek lovers, too). The problem is that Scandinavian women discovered the North of Africa and changed the Latin lovers for the Arab lovers. Then, they discovered subsaharian Africa and Mandingo. Now everything is lost. They go back to Scandinavia, pop out mulatto babies and live on Nordic welfare.

olek
Guest

Varg is an emotionally weak retard with an simplistic black and white view of things.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

Anything south of France is degenerate.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

lol My nigga. You’re from Algeria.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

I’m talking about varg’s philosophy which strangely stops the borders of Europe where his wife comes from.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

lol true.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

He spent the best years of his life in prison, is loosing hair and looks old asf… he got out at 36 couldn’t find a Norwegian girlfriend , had to settle for an autistic French girl … Shlomo is laughing somewhere .

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

Prison life hardens a man.

Marie Cachet is a cool lady who has birthed Varg seven lil snow niggas.

I suspect that Varg and Piero San Giorgio got in a fight and thats what inspired this video. They seemed so happy together just a few days ago. sigh.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

Don’t need to send me links dude I’ve watched all his videos. Yes Marie is cool but she’s autistic and not Nordic, seens varg had to settle for less than he wanted, piero got interviewed by a French Golden One named Oleg having two channels one of which is PaganTV and they talked economy and some paganism, I guess varg didn’t like his views.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

lol is she legit autistic?

Snigga Odinson
Guest

Yes go watch varg vid on autism, he even tried to play it as being positive , fucking chill.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

I’m calm dude.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

I meant Varg is a shill* talking about the betterment of whites yet breeding with an autistic chick.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

I just watched the video. Damn. I was not aware of that. Still though, she’s high functioning. Not a big deal. Yeah, I’ve always wondered why Varg left Norway though, since he’s so proud of his pure Nordic ancestry.

North African
Guest

He’s a know criminal in Norway and hated by a lefty blue pilled population ( even his family ) of course he would run , then tell others to die where they are born lol. He’s wise but a hypocrite. She might be highly functional but from her interview with French television I would say she has big troubles talking to strangers and staying focused.

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

Norway is a fairly large country with a population of only 5 million. Plenty of room to be left alone from normal fags. That’s no excuse.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

Yet he ran away too afraid of someday been confronted at a gas station by a normiefag saying ” Hey my snigga you’re that murderer huh ?”

Johnny+Futurismo
Guest

Neither you nor I know what motivated him to leave. I’m pretty sure he’s well known in France too. The crimes surrounding the early 90’s Black Metal scene were well publicized in the tabloids throughout Europe. Most of the other members of the Black Metal Inner Circle still live in Norway.

Snigga Odinson
Guest

I’m telling you my snigga he couldn’t find a wife dumb enough to be with an infamous church burning nazi Murderer so he went for an autistic one in France.

Spraguer
Guest

Well, Eostre/Ostara is likely or at least arguably the goddess of fertility & the dawn, & no season is more associated with fertility than the Spring.

Nova Morium
Guest

I think they actually have ticked up lately……

Unfortunately, huge numbers of Whites are overdosing, committing suicide, and dying of bad health related issues……

It’s time for Rebirth and Renewal…….

Carolyn Emerick
Guest

I just made a correlation between the erosion of European fertility imagery with reduction of European birthrates in a recent article on May Day when someone requested that I research the May Pole 😛