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fog
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 10:29 PM
I would like to know how everyone here learned about Nordicism. Also, I would like to know how those who worship the Norse gods came to do so.

Loki
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 10:43 PM
It was instinct for me.

Constantinus
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:09 PM
I value the physical survival of all European subraces, this of course includes the norse subraces too. I have always had the belief that they were worthy of saving, as far as I can remember. I do not worship the norse gods.

infoterror
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:15 PM
..through studies of Vedic caste systems.

hauer
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:17 PM
Like Loki said, it was instinct for me too. I've always been drawn to the nordic way of life and to protect our values. To protect our countries from foreigners and those of our countrymen who has turned their back on us, our heritage.

Stig NHF
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:24 PM
I guess instinct. I'v been on "this side" as long as I can remember. It was a natural evolution I guess.

SouthernBoy
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:32 PM
It was partly instinct, I believe, but it was largely because of reading McColloch's essays, and Loki and Nordhammer's posts on Skadi. ;)

Nordgau
Friday, August 5th, 2005, 11:58 PM
I got known to the ideas of "Nordicism" already 10-15 years ago through the study of National Socialism and generally the intellectual history of the 19th and early 20th century. I was rather contaminated by ideas of political correctness and saw racialism as something "bad", but was instinctively always attracted by those ideas. (My unreasonable prejudices were blown away then with the time--seems that "historical education" didn't have exactly the results at me which today's guards of public morality love to see.) I didn't dive deeper into and began to study systematically the primary sources of "Nordicism" until a few years ago.

Nordhammer
Saturday, August 6th, 2005, 03:58 AM
Instinct and necessity. It's not fun and games, it's a matter of survival. Whites are a minority in the world and their continued survival is at stake, and Nords are specifically threatened among whites. Being an American this is doubly important, as America's fundamental foundation is Nordish, and this cannot be replaced by non-whites nor by non-Nords. Interwhite mixing is a lesser issue, but still important, especially since what passes for white these days is dubious.

northman75
Saturday, August 6th, 2005, 07:53 AM
I was always interested in my heritage and where I came from. So I started studying up on my celtic and germanic roots. Then I got curious about specific racial types and it lead me to Carlton Coon's work. And i've been interested in it ever since. As everyone else has said, it seemed natural to me.

ikki
Saturday, August 6th, 2005, 09:49 AM
Easy, I looked into a mirror :rotfl:

Blood_Axis
Saturday, August 6th, 2005, 11:29 AM
Define the word nordicist...

I do not define myself as a nordicist, I just support head to heels the preservation of the nordic kind. I mean, who wouldn't? It's a shame to let such beauty be lost.

I was having a walk at the Theseion, underneath the Akropolis, and I couldn't help but photograph these children:

http://www.forums.skadi.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=5603&stc=1&d=1123323962

Why would anyone not want such beauty to be preserved? For me it is just common sense... :shrugani:

I live in an environment whereat noone is a nordicist, and there are very few nordics around. Which makes it even more important for me, as the rareness of the nordic kind here underlines even more the significance of its existence.

In the same manner that I am a racialist and not a racist, meaning that I do not wish for the annihilation of any other race but for the preservation of my own, I am driven by love for the nordic kind and not by hate for others.

Does that count? :P

Thobjorn
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 07:19 AM
i guess, in some ways it was instinct, i sought out the information myself. in some ways it was a culmination of various parts of my childhood, lessons learned, and what not. in some ways it was the realization of my heritage, and the exposure to idea's through metal. i would say it was mainly my instinctual search for knowledge that brought me to the ideological position i am at now.

Fox
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 07:40 AM
I got to know PrussianMystic online when I was somewhat liberal and he showed me this site. In my opinion, Germanic and Celtic languages are superior in aesthetic appeal to all others. Since I am linguistically minded, the preservation of these languages alone is enough for me.

But most importantly, Nordicism for me is about the feeling one gets while looking at a Nordic baby. It is a magic all its own, of purity, potential, and beauty.

Landser_
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 02:24 PM
In the Evil Jewish USSR all the children's books promote nordish values, appearances, and folk lore.

Constantinus
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 02:26 PM
In the Evil Jewish USSR all the children's books promote nordish values, appearances, and folk lore.

Elaborate.

Blood_Axis
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 02:30 PM
Elaborate.
Yeah, I didn't get that either..

tuddorsped
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 10:45 PM
Easy, I looked into a mirror :rotfl:

I would agree with that statement. It comes from an appreciation of people who look like me. That simple. The rest is just so much talk really.

anonymaus
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 10:55 PM
The search for self revealed I was much more than just my self. Nordicism is an extension of self-awareness.

Landser_
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 01:43 AM
Elaborate.

To elaborate-

Example- Children's books/stories are all along the lines of "Ilya Myromec with his sparkling blue eyes and shiny blond hair slayed the evil dragon and went on to marry the beatiful golden haired princess Vasilieva"

Skildur
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 01:46 AM
princess Vasilieva"


Vasilisa the Beautiful. :D


http://www.varvar.ru/arhiv/gallery/russian/vasilyev/images/konstantin_vasilyev_1973_8.jpg

Landser_
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 03:54 AM
Ah, a picture is indeed worth a thousand words Skildur

lei.talk
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 04:05 AM
Easy, I looked into a mirror :rotfl:which reminds us
of the importance
of keeping colored faces
from our children's sight.

their minds are too impressionable
at that age.

SouthernBoy
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 04:06 AM
Vasilisa the Beautiful. :D


http://www.varvar.ru/arhiv/gallery/russian/vasilyev/images/konstantin_vasilyev_1973_8.jpg
I might have to read that one. ;)

ChrisDownUnder
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 06:42 AM
I come from what could be described as a ‘military family’, so this probably steered me in the direction of Nordicism from an early age. I would describe this progression as such:

Interest in military -> interest in all aspects of World War Two -> history of the Third Reich -> European History in general -> etc.

There was no one defining moment that I can recollect, that ‘lead’ me to Nordicism as such. As most of you have mentioned, adopting these ideals was simply a natural process. As far as I can remember, I’ve had an affinity towards those of similar appearance, heritage and culture to my own.

A more poignant question I would like to ask the radical left-wingers, multiculturalists and race defilers amongst our kind is this:

Why would you attempt to destroy and eliminate your own biological and cultural inheritance? Why do you promote that which is unnatural, and seek to stand in the way of evolutionary advancement? :scratch:

Loki
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 08:14 AM
Why would you attempt to destroy and eliminate your own biological and cultural inheritance? Why do you promote that which is unnatural, and seek to stand in the way of evolutionary advancement? :scratch:

Well, in today's politically correct scenario, self-destruction is just what is being asked from us. We are "cool" and "right" and "noble" if we support our own destruction. If we resist this, we are "racist", "extremist" and "criminal".

Blood_Axis
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 08:48 AM
which reminds us
of the importance
of keeping colored faces
from our children's sight.

their minds are too impressionable
at that age.
:D :rotfl:

Sigel
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005, 11:52 AM
A search that has taught me about the history of Germanic peoples and my place among them, then of seeing, as Loki said, how this is being systematically deconstructed, denied, ignored and destroyed.

Loki
Thursday, August 11th, 2005, 08:44 PM
That's a lie -- and you know it. ;)

http://forums.skadi.net/showpost.php?p=106318&postcount=3

LOL - I wasn't talking about Nordicism there you old deceiver! :P

Loki
Thursday, August 11th, 2005, 08:49 PM
I remember you were already active on the old SNPA list before we were introduced, that's quite correct.

:)

I started searching the web for Nordicness in 1999, when I first started using the internet. ;) Then I found that old mailing list, yes, with you, Ross & all the old gang members. :D

Blutw÷lfin
Thursday, August 11th, 2005, 09:54 PM
I see I haven't participated on this thread yet. Must have been started when I was offline. Anyway...

I can't decide to vote for one of the options mentioned in the poll. Although I tend to some answers. For example the bedtime stories my parents read for me were stories about the Norse Gods. One of the first films I can remember was "Valhalla" from Peter Madsen, a beautiful animated cartoon about ١r, O­inn, Loki and the other Gods, so I probably could vote for "I was raised to worship the Nordish Gods", but my parents weren't "real" heathens. This means they didn't pray to the Gods, they attended no Blots, carved no runes in trees and so on. But they bred and still breed Icelandic horses and always told me about the beautiful life in the North and the beautiful blond people in the North. So I can probably vote for "My parents were Nordicists", too. But my father moved away from Sweden, prefered living in Germany, which is less Northern, prefered a wife, my mother, with brown hair and hazel greenish eyes - so no 100 % "Nordicist-behaviour" (if you can name it like this; as a Nordicist, I think, you prefer everything concerning the North - the more or less typical features of the people, the country and so on).

But how serious or not so serious my parents took the Norse religion or the Nordicism, their behaviour, their way of life left an imprint on me. And yes, they showed me the "specialty" of the North. The older I got, the more interested I was in that "theme" (although I took some time off when I was a teenager and was more interested in boys and Stephen King than in Norse Mythology).

With a clear view at our modern society, at the city I live in and the people I share it with, I got more and more aware of my roots, of my ancestry - and the history of my kin.

And after a long quest, I finally found tNP.

Loki
Thursday, August 11th, 2005, 09:58 PM
And after a long quest, I finally found tNP.

And we're all very glad that you did. ;)

Northern Paladin
Friday, August 12th, 2005, 02:16 AM
That's a lie -- and you know it. ;)

http://forums.skadi.net/showpost.php?p=106318&postcount=3

:rotfl:

fenriSS_
Friday, August 12th, 2005, 07:22 AM
My parents never told me anything about races. My mum has been a victem of political correctness after ww2. Both her parents were patriots so i guess that's why she turned out that way. In fact this patriot fealing was so strong that my uncle borned a same (native norwegian:rolleyes: ). On my fathers side is it something else. My granddad's brother was a ns along with many farmers. My grandmother actually helped the gypsies when they travelled across the country:scratch:. After a while i gained knowledge about immigrantion problem's and this lead to Vigrid.net, and now skadi.net.

Ymir
Saturday, August 13th, 2005, 01:28 AM
I am not certain what the poll means by "Nordicism" but the choices in the poll seem to indicate that Nordicism is an interest in Norse culture and history. I have always been interested in Norse history and mythology since my father told me stories about the Vikings when I was a child.

Nordgau
Saturday, August 13th, 2005, 10:48 AM
I am not certain what the poll means by "Nordicism" but the choices in the poll seem to indicate that Nordicism is an interest in Norse culture and history. I have always been interested in Norse history and mythology since my father told me stories about the Vikings when I was a child.

In my dictionary, "Nordicism" primarily means the recognition of the value and importance of the Nordic race (or Nordid race; or of Northern European [Nordish] racial types) and the will to preserve and promote this race, aspects of culture, spirit etc. of course being genuinely connected with and following out of this.