1. Hmmmm…now we are indulging in esoteric Nazism? (seems oddly at variance with the recent talk of “mainstreaming” and the wish to disassociate from goose-stepping, costume clad fantasists!). How best to appreciate this video? Ah, I seem to have mislaid that excellent vintage bottle of Swiss Absinthe…..

  2. Well yes, there is a significant amount of occult symbolism and practice associated with it, but it is, technically, called “esoteric Nazism” (Savitri Devi even believed that Hitler was the personification of one of the Nephelim-fallen angels-referenced in the Old Testament). It all gets quite er….intense.

  3. OD is a blogging collective.

    I have repeatedly said that my own personal views are not the “party line” of this website. If I wanted this website to be an echo chamber, I wouldn’t have spent the last few weeks arguing with Trainspotter, Alex, and Celestial Time. I would have simply deleted their comments.

    As for Esoteric National Socialism, there are two types of people who subscribe to this point of view. There are those who subscribe to it as their own personal confession. Nothing wrong with that.

    There are others who believe that ordinary Americans should and can be converted to Esoteric National Socialism. That will never happen for obvious reasons. If you try to “stand firm” on a political platform of Esoteric National Socialism in Tennessee, you are not going to persuade your target audience of anything.

    Even if you wanted to convert Americans to Esoteric National Socialism, a full frontal assault is absolutely guaranteed not to work.

  4. “I have repeatedly said that my own personal views are not the “party line” of this website.”
    It is your blog, but this stuff is pretty “fringe”, at least in the view of most Americans, I would say. So far it has had 693 hits on YouTube and 3 responses- two of which are “Sieg Heil”.

  5. This video will spook 99.9 percent of those Americans who identify as christian. The word “lucifer” evokes a reaction in people that would otherwise enjoy pagan mythology. I spent 12 years in baptist school so I know how this would go down.

  6. “Nietzsche,”

    They both represent the archetype of the the light-bringer, and Serrano clearly identifies Prometheus as Lucifer’s Greek aggregate in this regard, so I don’t understand the nature of the distinction you wish to make.

    Did you watch the video? It’s not very hard to track down a copy of Serrano’s NOS: Book of Resurrection if you’re interested in these things.

  7. Wolf,

    I’m not sure what you mean by casting Quetzalcoatl as an “Amerindian god” or how this label you’ve ascribed to him lessens the significance of the message imparted by the video I’ve posted, which casts him as “an American White God.” It further notes that according to the well-regarded Argentinian researcher, Jacques de Mahieu, Quetzalcoatl was “a viking of a Hyperborean.”

    Moreover, Aryans are the true “Native Americans” (Solutreans) and America at its best was an extension of Europe, so these matters are quite relevant from a racially-conscious Western cultural perspective.

  8. Practical National Socialism – the NSDAP party program or the actual policies of the NS government 1933-45 – may interest some Americans, provided it’s labeled as something else. I doubt that most of todays “National Socialists” have taken the time between goose-stepping, uniform fetischism and beer drinking to even learn about that, though.

    However, this Black Sun-garbage will drive away anyone from this website who could be of the slightest use out in the real world. I just laugh and sigh, but most newcomers would scream and run.

    Also: as someone who was born and raised in Scandinavia and has pure Viking ancestry, I find it comical to see a Latin quoted as a source that Tor and Oden (learn how to spell them) would have any relationship with South America.

  9. If you think the point of this video was to convert large portions of Americans or the masses and lemmings from any nation to “white nationalism” or to Esoteric Hitlerism you are seriously misguided. O could seriously care less what 99.9% of American Christians think or believe at this point. Esoteric Hitlerism has never been but for the few and it will always stay that way. No one was trying to be “converted.” If someone happens to be interested by the beautiful words of Don Miguel Serrano and the content contained, let that lead them where it will.

  10. @ Robert Campbell

    The high cultural achievements of pre-Spanish Conquest America were the result of whites who had migrated there in ancient times. The Incan elite was described in Pizarro’s accounts as white and beautiful, and the words the Mayan elite used for themselves meant alternatively “white men” and “foreigners.” Does anyone else even notice that it is not plausible that a bunch of stone age Indians built the grand temples and pyramids of that era? And why does the Temple of the Sun in Teotihuacan have the same basal dimensions as that of the Great Pyramid at Giza? And why are there elephants depicted on Mayan pyramids when no elephants have roamed the Americas since prehistory? Because the people who built the civilization in the Americas were whites who migrated from Eurasia, that’s why – and they left monuments in the Canary Islands and Southern China too amidst their travels; we can refer to this group as the pre-Aryan supraculture of pyramid builders.

    There is far more relevant info on this subject which even further clarifies the picture, but don’t expect it to be aired by the pc establishment.

  11. All they found an arrowhead that looks similar to ones found in stone-age Europe, no bones, no other evidence. On that flimsy bit of evidence people are stating as Fact that some lost White Civilization existed in ancient America. With such little evidence the more logical conclusion is that 10,000 years ago some group of Indians carved a bunch of pointy rocks in the same manner as someone in Spain. The other conclusion is just wishful thinking.

  12. I found this link some years ago, and although it is only somewhat related I would love to share it with you all.


    I don’t necessarily agree with the conclusions, some of the archaeological finds mentioned have probably been debunked by now, and there are probably other problems, but it was an intensely interesting read. It talks about the Viking colonies in Greenland, and then goes on to discuss several theories about “Vinland”.

  13. Here is a poem you might appreciate, Robert. It was written in 1934 by Fritz Sotke, and is perhaps representative of the cultural and artistic revolution National Socialism sought to effect in Germany. It is addressing Adolf Hitler.

    Lead us home.
    Be your path uneven,
    And leading over the abyss,
    Over rock and iron wastes,
    We will follow you.

    If you ask us for all we have,
    We will give it to you, because we believe in you.

    We swear allegiance to you,
    None can break this oath –
    Even you – only death can break it!
    And that is the fulfillment of our being.

  14. Robert Campbell: “so these matters are quite relevant from a racially-conscious Western cultural perspective.”

    According to Wikipedia (not always reliable I know), Serrano believes this:

    Serrano’s forceful and anti-modernist neo-Gnostic philosophy claims to elucidate the extraterrestrial origin of the Hyperborean-descended Aryans, image-bearers of the godhead, and postulates a global conspiracy against them by an evil inferior godlet: the Demiurge, worshipped by the Jews, lord of planet Earth, spawner of the primitive hominid stocks, and author of all base materiality.

    Serrano synthesizes the Hindu-Vedic and Nordic traditions, both of which he considers to be of ancient Aryan-Hyperborean provenance. He is especially indebted to the Jungian theory of collective racial archetypes and follows Savitri Devi in recognizing Adolf Hitler as an avatar who battled against the demonic materialistic hosts of the Kali Yuga.

    If that is an accurate summary of what Serrano believes, it’s not clear to me how these beliefs relevant to anyone other than the tiny handful of people who hold these beliefs as their personal faith, or have an interest in these beliefs as a historical matter.

    Most White people in the United States are likely to be repelled by these ideas or at best find them a curiosity, in the same way they might find Japanese Shinto or any other belief system for which they feel no affinity a curiosity.

  15. LEW,

    I said that these were matters of significance to racially conscious whites who think from a Western cultural perspective, to which you replied that “most White people in the United States are likely to be repelled by these ideas” as if this were relevant to my assertion.

    Is it your contention that “most White people in the United States” are racially conscious and think from a decidedly Western (European) cultural perspective?

  16. Robert, OK, I see your point now. You meant these ideas are significant to people who are already racially conscious, not that they are significant because they have the potential to increase racial consciousness where racial consciousness does not presently exist. I read your remark too quickly and thought you meant the latter.

  17. Hello to all!

    Concerning the video, can anyone tell me who performed the music to it? I liked all of it, but I especially liked it from approx. the 6:00 minute mark onward. The voice sounded familiar, but can’t place it.
    Thank you!

  18. Miguel Serrano had more class in his lil finger than this eric nordman could muster in a lifetime. Don Serrano knew very well the claims he made because he experienced them. He was one of the greatest writers of our time. He was esoteric, which means he was more thoughtful, insightful and better looking than the exoteric nordman. Lawrence

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