Jewish Racialism; Miscegenation is Illegal In Israel Wednesday, Jul 16 2014 

Recent work by modern scholar on the biological reality of race Monday, Jul 14 2014 

Recent work by modern scholar on the biological reality of race. Here is his reply to his critics:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nicholas-wade/in-defense-of-a-troublesome-inheritance_b_5413333.html

 

The Biblical and Jewish Prohibition of Miscegenation Wednesday, Jul 2 2014 

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/10889-mixed-marriage

Male Supremacy vs Female Defiance Wednesday, Jul 2 2014 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drakeshelton/2014/07/02/male-supremacy-vs-female-defiance

Pope says communists are closet Christians Sunday, Jun 29 2014 

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/29/us-pope-communism-idUSKBN0F40L020140629

Why Race Matters: Race Differences and What They Mean by Michael Levin Saturday, Jun 28 2014 

Tim Wise Embarrasses Himself on “All In With Chris Hayes” (MSNBC), June 26, 2014 Friday, Jun 27 2014 

http://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/inside-moral-mondays-290198083814

Tim Wise Your appeal to Bacon’s Rebellion as anti-white and anti-southern aristocratic slavery is utterly embarrassing. The men of Bacon’s Rebellion wanted to create the international trade from Virginia, not supplant it. Cassell’s History of the United States by Edmund Ollier records Bacon’s group,


“Now we can build ships,’ said they, ‘and trade, like New England, to any part of the world.”[347]

Virginia was not involved with the trade at this time. You got the facts completely backwards.

Against Women Preachers and the Feminist Movement Wednesday, Jun 25 2014 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drakeshelton/2014/06/25/against-women-preachers-and-the-feminist-movement

Another Shameless Plea for Money Monday, Jun 23 2014 

I have spent the last 3 years putting together my notes on antisemitism and I am now putting it all into a huge movie. Any help would be great for audio clips. I already have some serious  drama  picked out.

Norse Mythology; Derived from Semitic and Asiatic Influence Sunday, Jun 22 2014 

Some of my white nationalist friends are under a delusion that Norse Mythology is exclusively the religion of the white man. This religion is portrayed as the great alternative to “worshiping a Jew on a stick.” However, I maintain that Odinism is another knock  off or extension of the story of Noah. The arguments that Faber gave in his Origin of Pagan Idolatry, Vol. 2, for the Semitic and Asiatic Origins of Odinism are as follows:

1. The Worship of Woden was brought to the Europeans by a group of Asians. (pg. 354-From the first Chapters of Gylfaginning)

Norse Mythology: A Guide to Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs by John Lindow agrees,

“The story goes on, however, to the destruction and rebirth of the cosmos, and everything in it is presented in light of an enduring struggle between two groups of beings, the gods on the one hand and giants on the other hand. These terms are to some extent misleading: Although the group that creates and orders the cosmos is often referred to by words that can best be translated ‘gods,’ the principal word, ‘aesir,’ is explicitly presented by the most important medieval interpreter, Snorri Sturluson, as meaning ‘People of Asia,” and indeed the word often has the feel in mythological texts of an extended kin group or tribe rather than of a collective of deities.” (pg. 1)

Central Asia is the home of the most important location in all of Buddhist and Hindu Cosmology, being the mythological Mount Meru, which many scholars have identified to be Pamirs.[1] Thus, the Woden that was introduced to our European ancestors must have been Buddha.

2. The history of scholarly Philological connection between Woden and Buddha was spelled out in detail in The British Discovery of Buddhism By Philip C. Almond (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988) 57-60.

I have already described how Buddhist and Hindu philosophy came out of Noah’s story.[2]

3. The great patriarch Borr, bore three sons just as Noah bore three sons at the time of the great flood.

Gylfaginning,

“VI. Then said Gangleri: “Where dwelt Ymir, or wherein did he find sustenance?” Hárr answered: “Straightway after the rime dripped, there sprang from it the cow called Audumla; four streams of milk ran from her udders, and she nourished Ymir.” Then asked Gangleri: “Wherewithal was the cow nourished?” And Hárr made answer:

“She licked the ice-blocks, which were salty; and the first day that she licked the blocks, there came forth from the blocks in the evening a man’s hair; the second day, a man’s head; the third day the whole man was there. He is named Búri: he was fair of feature, great and mighty. He begat a son called Borr, who wedded the woman named Bestla, daughter of Bölthorn the giant; and they had three sons: one was Odin, the second Vili, the third Vé.” And this is my belief, that he, Odin, with his brothers, must be ruler of heaven and earth; we hold that he must be so called; so is that man called whom we know to be mightiest and most worthy of honor, and ye do well to let him be so called.”

VII. Then said Gangleri: “What covenant was between them, or which was the stronger?” And Hárr answered: “The sons of Borr slew Ymir the giant; lo, where he fell there gushed forth so much blood out of his wounds that with it they drowned all the race of the Rime-Giants, save that one, whom giants call Bergelmir, escaped with his household; he went upon his ship, and his wife with him, and they were safe there. And from them are come the races of the Rime-Giants, as is said here:

Untold ages | ere earth was shapen,
Then was Bergelmir born;
That first I recall, | how the famous wise giant
On the deck of the ship was laid down.”

http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/pre/pre04.htm

4. The Odinist tradition has similar reverence for the sacred cow as the Asiastic Mythology:

Gylfaginning

“VI. Then said Gangleri: “Where dwelt Ymir, or wherein did he find sustenance?” Hárr answered: “Straightway after the rime dripped, there sprang from it the cow called Audumla; four streams of milk ran from her udders, and she nourished Ymir.” Then asked Gangleri: “Wherewithal was the cow nourished?” And Hárr made answer:”

Asian Mythologies, ed. Yves Bonnefoy (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1991, 1993), 99:

“it is common to find the function of the Brahman associated either with the cow or with milk.”

5. Both Buddha and Woden are depicted with their white horse. In Buddhism the horse is Kanthaka.  In Norse Mythology the white horse is Sleipnir.

6. The fourth day of the week is named after Woden in Gothic Cultures and Buddha in Indian Cultures.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_the_days_of_the_week#Indian_astrology

 

[1] https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Mount_Meru_(mythology).html

[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xPO9-l16lE; http://drakeshelton.com/2014/05/25/how-pagan-philosophy-began/

 

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