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    Priestesses' Sacred Sanctuary

    A place for any woman to come and worship in peace and seclusion for as long as she wants, kneeling before the eternally burning flame and raising the energies of the earth, in the middle of the...
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    Important!  I suspect that very few schools teach it to their...

    I suspect that very few schools teach it to their pupils these days.
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    They should indeed. But in the meantime, we can...

    They should indeed. But in the meantime, we can organise it ourselves.
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    Important!  Favourite Pagan songs

    This is a particularly evocative rendition of John Barleycorn Must Die.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oHLXMpl9L0
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    Important!  Jerusalem, but especially Parry's original piano...

    Jerusalem, but especially Parry's original piano version, rather than Elgar's later rearrangement of it (which is nevertheless fine).

    As a Pagan I can still appreciate this song despite the...
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    Community service for all young people

    Young people need purpose, something to work towards, and a society that fails to provide it is doomed to crumble. The chronic shortage of staff in our health and other public services, including the...
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    One might also ask, where are all the English in...

    One might also ask, where are all the English in England? Being English is deeply unfashionable among the liberal elite, and virtue signallers will claim to be almost anything else, if they can get...
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    You will be very welcome. Our principles are set...

    You will be very welcome. Our principles are set out on our website, linked in my signature. Our aim is to reconstruct the society described in the Oera Linda Book, a translation of which can also be...
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    Establishing a Settlement

    Those interested in helping to build a new settlement on disused land (a former quarry) near Malvern, England, to be run according to the principles set out in the Oera Linda Book, are welcome to...
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    Frya (as her name is spelt in the Oera Linda...

    Frya (as her name is spelt in the Oera Linda Book) is the ancestral and eponymous Frisian goddess, and the word is indeed used as a synonym for free, throughout the OLB.

    Addressing the confusion...
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    There were, however, scholars in Nazi Germany who...

    There were, however, scholars in Nazi Germany who did accept the books authenticy, such as Herman Wirth and Karl Maria Wiligut, of the Ahnenerbe, specifically set up to explore Wirth's ideas....
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    The term Deutsch, Dutch etc. also exists in the...

    The term Deutsch, Dutch etc. also exists in the Oera Linda Book, in the form Twisk. The Twiskar were people that inhabited the forests of what is now inland Germany (Twiskland), who were once...
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    It's not just the name though, it's a movement...

    It's not just the name though, it's a movement for cultural renewal, based on the Oera Linda Book.
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    Frisians. Note that the modern Frisian term for...

    Frisians. Note that the modern Frisian term for Frisians is Friezen, whereas the ancient term, as used in the Oera Linda Book, is Fryas, the ancestors of all the "Germanic" peoples.
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    Not at all, Germans are my kin. But I would...

    Not at all, Germans are my kin. But I would rather use a term to describe that kinship that was actually used by our ancestors, and is not susceptible to misinterpretation.
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    You may be right, but we can at least try.

    You may be right, but we can at least try.
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    It may indeed be true that "Germanic" is...

    It may indeed be true that "Germanic" is ultimately derived from a native word, or even a tribe, but it was never used by the people as a common name for themselves.

    The Oera Linda Book is...
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    "Germanic" Is an Exonym

    As a term for the ethno-linguistic family, it is derived from a Latin name applied to the people by outsiders. While the same is true of "Celtic", at least the latter doesn't also happen to be very...
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    It doesn't really matter what language they write...

    It doesn't really matter what language they write it in. If there's enough of it, linguists will be able to figure it out. English would be the obvious choice.
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    The best and most accurate translation into...

    The best and most accurate translation into English is that made by William Sandbach in 1876. If anyone wishes to research this matter in greater detail, please message me and I'll give you the...
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    Hi Svannie, pleased to see you too. :) The...

    Hi Svannie, pleased to see you too. :)

    The national animal of Mercia, as it happens, is the boar, the symbol used by its last Pagan king, Penda. Or the double-headed eagle, as used by Earl Leofric...
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    Choosing a National Anthem for Mercia

    Deciding on a national anthem for a newly independent state, or a state that aspires to independence, is not always easy, especially if there is no generally recognised song to fulfil that role. It...
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    Angle, from Angli, is the Latin name. The Angles called themselves Engle and Englisc which is the direct origin of the name England and English. It's also not true that they were a small elite. Bede,...
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    They were indeed, but this isn't the point. In the 19th century the standard term, in English at least, for what we now call the Germanic languages and peoples was Teutonic. Why it gradually switched...
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    This is something I have long advocated too. Why don't we use the term Teutonic any more? To take an analogy, a Celtic person is a Celt, but we can't say that a Germanic person is a German. We can,...
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