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A Dictionary of Urglaawe Terminology By Robert L. Schreiwer & Ammerili Eckhart
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This book (PDF) is a repository of the terms, concepts, symbols and mythological references used in the Heathen path of Urglaawe. The entries include the cultural values, spiritual awareness, and... More > wisdom carried through the centuries in the oral lore of the Elder healing practice of Braucherei, which is also known as Pow Wow. Included in the entries are traditions and customs that are part of the living Deitsch, -- Pennsylvania German or Pennsylvania Dutch -- folk culture. Adherents to Heathen paths, including Ásatrú, Irminenschaft, Theodism, Forn Sidr, Odinism, and other traditions, will find these entries useful as they provide another voice to the totality of the Teutonic folk experience.< Less
A Dictionary of Urglaawe Terminology By Robert L. Schreiwer & Ammerili Eckhart
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This book is a repository of the terms, concepts, symbols and mythological references used in the Heathen path of Urglaawe. The entries include the cultural values, spiritual awareness, and wisdom... More > carried through the centuries in the oral lore of the Elder healing practice of Braucherei, which is also known as Pow Wow. Included in the entries are traditions and customs that are part of the living Deitsch, -- Pennsylvania German or Pennsylvania Dutch -- folk culture. Adherents to Heathen paths, including Ásatrú, Irminenschaft, Theodism, Forn Sidr, Odinism, and other traditions, will find these entries useful as they provide another voice to the totality of the Teutonic folk experience.< Less
The Overman Conspiracy By Max McDowell
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Correct me if I am wrong, but does history repeat itself? Take April 1917! Woodrow Wilson enters the war against the Kaiser. On day 10 of that month, the German authorities organized the transit - in... More > the famous 'sealed train' - of Vladimir Ilyitch Lenin into Tsarist Russia. The result was the Bolshevik insurrection which took Russia out of the war. More ominously, the four terror attacks on the US of September 11, 2001, were planned in the mosques and al-Qaeda safe houses of Hamburg, Germany. Was it in the Teutonic interest that the Islamic jihad should prevail? Was the Federal Republic of Germany encouraging and guiding al-Qaeda’s hand? To some this may seem highly unlikely. But the fundamental question you have to ask yourself right now is, how real is the Hamburg connection? Spoof or an impressive world exclusive? Trust me on this. The case has never been solved...< Less
Road Magazine By Phil Royle
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Welcome to the first in a series of German car specials of ROAD. Whether it’s their Teutonic efficiency, phenomenal reliability or sheer engineering superiority over most marques, German cars... More > stand out from the masses. And the three cars we have featured in this first German special of ROAD certainly do… First off there’s the gorgeous sleek lines and awesome performance of Audi’s mid-engined R8, in V8 and mega V10 form; on test on British Roads. Next, we have a story based around the already legendary Porsche GT3, in Cup Car form – with BRDC Rising Star, Porsche Scholarship contender and ROAD friend, Leyton Clarke at the wheel… in his first ever Porsche race at Silverstone. And finally, blasting around the Lakes, in the snow, up Kirkstone Pass, the fabulous 4WD Volkswagen Golf R. Enjoy it, yah?!< Less
The Wolf and the Raven (PDF) By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
The Sixth Door By Stu Ready
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If you know where to look there is still evidence today of Aryan led Nazism. Certainly meetings of The Grand Order of Teutonic Knights regularly take place, more often on Hitler’s birthday and... More > other dates significant to the original Nazis. It is true to say now that the tradition is carried on by their descendants. Very recently New Nazis paraded openly wearing uniforms adorned with the swastika and other Nazi emblems. At a recent election in Germany many of the far right parliamentary candidates openly canvassed as old style Nazis. Many of the candidates still indirectly believe in Aryan style Eugenics. Looking back at events over the past 20 years or so, one can see clearly examples of Ethnic Cleansing and moves towards Eugenics. An example might be China were families are restricted to one child. The mother is also freely given pill abortions if the fetes is not of the required sex.< Less
The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan By Ralph Connor
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The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan By Ralph Connor. In Western Canada there is to be seen to-day that most fascinating of all human phenomena, the making of a nation. Out of breeds diverse in... More > traditions, in ideals, in speech, and in manner of life, Saxon and Slav, Teuton, Celt and Gaul, one people is being made. The blood strains of great races will mingle in the blood of a race greater than the greatest of them all. It would be our wisdom to grip these peoples to us with living hooks of justice and charity till all lines of national cleavage disappear, and in the Entity of our Canadian national life, and in the Unity of our world-wide Empire, we fuse into a people whose strength will endure the slow shock of time for the honour of our name, for the good of mankind, and for the glory of Almighty God.< Less
Barbarian and Noble By Marion Florence Lansing
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Barbarian and Noble by Marion Florence Lansing, 1911. This book recounts the rise of the Germanic tribes in the period during and after the fall of the Roman empire. It introduces the heroes of the... More > various Teutonic tribes, including Athanaric, Alaric and Roderic (Visigoths), Theodoric (Ostrogoth), Clovis, Charlemagne (Franks), and also the later heroes, Alfred the Great, Rollo the Viking. The transition from barbarian tribe to Christian nation is featured in each story. HISTORY has no period which makes a more vivid appeal to the young reader than the thousand years which we call the Middle Ages. The mediaeval world is just such a world as he would like to live in, where knights ride off on crusades, and kings wander out from their palaces in disguise, where heroes sail away to explore unknown seas, and gay cavaliers sally forth to tournament and joust. It requires no effort to interest boys and girls in this part of history.< Less
Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India By Flora Annie Steel
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Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India (1894) by Flora Annie Steel, with illustrations by J. Lockwood Kipling. "A book that will be welcomed no less eagerly by the children than by students of... More > folklore from a scientific standpoint is Mrs. Steel's collection of Indian stories, entitled ' Tales of the Punjab.' They were taken down by her from the very lips of the natives in some of the most primitive districts in India. Yet these tales, handed down solely by word of mouth from one generation to another, could hardly be distinguished from those in a Teutonic collection like that of the Brothers Grimm ; and even closer examination serves only to impress upon us more strongly than ever before the unity of the great Indo-European family of nations." — Nashville Banner. "The stories of this collection will not only amuse the juveniles, but as unwitting revelations of the roots of Hindoo character and customs, they would secure the attention of a Darwin." — Christian Leader.< Less
The Wolf and the Raven By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less

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