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Sin means to deviate from that which we are devoted to.
This can have completely metaphysical and divine connotations or completely secular and material ones, it makes no difference in its relevance.
When you truly devote yourself to something you must consider every moment and action that doesn’t coincide with your own mastery or understanding of that something as a sin.
Not always against a God, but against yourself, your Highest self.
The God within you; the God you’re becoming.
Someday, in the right incarnation, the modern, civilized and domesticated man will wake up and realize (with much anguish) that he is himself extremely sick and culturally, spiritually, physically and mentally unwell.
His prison of flesh and bones with constrict him into a new state, a state of self awareness wrought with a great vastness and knowledge of patterns and interconnection.
Here he begins his journey to rebuild himself, or rather, build for the first time his true self, awakened and risen from the ashes of fate.
To know where he is going, he must look to the past…
True extremism is living a simple, low cost and sustainable lifestyle while being happy to do so.
It is about building families and upholding traditions rooted in love and understanding for nature.
It is about finding pride and admiration for your ancestors and their ways of life.
It is about fighting for sovereignty and dignity in a world void of honor.
When it comes to your freedom, growth, and well-being, be an extremist.
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Observing fire in its’ raw form is one ritual activity that directly connects you to eternity, your ancestors, and every age of man before you. Every human eye of the past has gazed into the same flames, unaltered by the tides of time; unwavering in the face of constant change. It remains untainted, unsoiled, and is still the most ideal element for physical and spiritual workings of vigor, might, and power. Fire is the master of change. It is destruction, chaos, fury and frenzy. It is the perfect soil for new beginnings and growth to rise up out of; for change to fruit from. Fire shall forever remain the same, an anchor for natural reality.
With every ritual fire we burn or every fire meditation we undertake we gain foothold on the steps to eternity. We absorb, convert, and use its power to propel us forward with precision, force, and fury. Nothing can stop one who’s fire burns strong and it is our duty to carry those flames into the next age; and ultimately to our death. It is our duty to carry the symbolic torch of blood through time and to nurture the ancestral fire; never letting it become weak or dwindle away. Through our preservation of the flames, and through our transferring of power to our kin, we will ensure and solidify our path to ascension. Through the line of blood, the sanguine fire of the tribe, we solidify our continuance towards boundless freedom.
Unlike we are raised to believe in the modern world, time is not a linear phenomenon, but a circular one. It exists indefinitely, without beginning and without end, spinning like a wheel around us. The Swastika is a symbol of this endless cycle and a mirror of its’ pattern. It can be seen in the seasons, in the stars, and in the cycles of the ages. It is a sign of power, of eternity, and of the sun.
Some cultures revere the Swastika as an omen of good luck or good fortune, such as in Asian or Native American cultures. Others view it as a solar icon and a depiction of the cycles of time, such as the Indo – European “Horse Cult” tribes of Eurasia. In the North, it was usually associated with the god Thor, symbolizing the hammer and cosmic order. Almost every culture around the world has their own form and function of the Swastika shape, with a fairly small range of meanings (usually overlapping) between them all.
It’s curious that this symbol would show up so often, in all cultures and ages. No other symbol can grasp this kind of usage on such an organic, widespread, and global level. It is clear that the symbol holds enormous power, for even just a glance of it can arouse interest, mystery and awe. Unfortunately, we’ve had our relationship with this symbol destroyed by modern history and the systematic destruction of true learning, but I don’t think it will ever be suppressed fully. It still appears in all religions and spiritual practices, in some shape, form, or function.
Whether you use a Sun-Wheel, a Swastika, a Kolovrat, or any other thing associated with these, you are almost always going to have an overlap in meaning. Ironically, the Swastika is one of the only things all humans have in common with each other, and it is very much associated with peace, luck, and the attraction of good fortune. Perhaps this symbol can bring us back our individual power and heal our collective species, creating a new Golden Age of human greatness.
This symbol should never inspire fear or thoughts of evil. It has never and will never be associated with those concepts. Modern perspectives, ignorance and projected hate have baptized this symbol in taboo and darkness. If we allow this symbol to die, we may lose one of the most powerful and unifying concepts within the human psyche. It holds our entire history in its’ grasp and holds the memory of the circular layers of time that we inhabit; reminding us to worship the most important of our stars, the Sun.
Mannaz is the rune of humanity. It represents the vessel in which the spirit is carried and the critical analysis we can apply to the world around us. Mannaz is the ability to articulate and grasp esoteric knowledge, become aware of natures’ patterns, and form practical responses to those patterns. It is a rune of magical abilities and superior memory; associated with knowledge, thinking, and interdependence with the forces of nature.
Mannaz represents the unique conductivity, receptiveness and intellectual capacity within us. It also symbolizes the importance of finding control over that heavenly conductivity. Some say this means to equalize the “male” and “female” aspects of the self, but I think this control is more concentrated within that category in which we fit. Both energies (male/female) are valuable as separate entities in their own right; each having their own physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and requirements. The Mannaz rune represents those energies coming together in the creation and preservation of the divine spark.
Overlooking, renouncing or ignoring the powers of the sexes in magic (or spirituality) is to miss the divinity held within both individually. In this respect, we should celebrate our physical incarnation and hold our biological strengths in high regard; recognizing the powers held within them both. Nature has suggested separate requirements for the sexes, and these are all necessary for the manifestation, cultivation and propulsion of Humanity. Mannaz signifies our journeys coming together equally to manifest creation and ascension.
Mannaz is the rune of intellect, logic and reason. Mannaz represents the sacred structure of mankind; symbolizing the intelligence, awareness and technical abilities we possess. These abilities distinguish humanity from the rest of the animal kingdom, who we are closely associated with in many ways, shapes, and forms. In the order of the Futhark, the Mannaz rune appears right after the (ᛖ) rune Ehwaz, which symbolizes animals. This close proximity (and similar shape) suggest a similar origin or purpose, but distinct separation.
Nauthiz is the rune of need; a fairly vague and unclear rune when approached for the first time. However, this “need” has a clear, yet deep and esoteric connotation associated with it. Nauthiz is above all, a force of resistance and resilience. It symbolizes obstacles within our lives, and the deep inherent “need” for these obstacles in order for us to grow. This is a required force of resistance, causing ones inner fire to be cultivated and strengthened.
Nauthiz can be applied to conflicts of the material or spiritual, symbolizing the changes happening during these conflicts. The conquering of these forces provides the “need-fire” creation within us; the unlocked power and function of Nauthiz. With this fire within us, we can keep climbing the ladder of defeated obstacles, eventually freeing ourselves of the need to incarnate; riding forever on the Eternal Winds of Wotan. Nauthiz symbolizes the hardships required for us to grow and reach further stages of development.
Without moments of darkness and uncertainty we would be robbed of our ability to grow and appreciate that growth. The only way to truly understand and strive for feelings of power and accomplishment is to be at odds with the possibility of failure; and perhaps even humiliation and shame. Nauthiz represents those moments in our lives when we have the opportunity to truly prove our worth to ourselves, and to the Gods. Nauthiz supplies us with moments to shine, as well as moments to fall.
Nauthiz is a rune of effort, or lack thereof. Nauthiz can be visualized with the saying “to light a fire under ones ass;” something that’s meant to combat stagnation and laziness. Obstacles can crush ones morality and inner fire, so we must be strong and keen to recognize these moments to show our strength and power of will. With persistence and consistency in action, we can achieve great feats and feelings of power.
By consistently conquering obstacles, we ensure our inner fire stays strong and bright, providing us with powerful and creative energies for the future. Nauthiz is a reminder of what must be done in order to achieve our goals, and a reminder of the hard work that lies ahead of us in our journey toward the Ultimate Truth. By constantly destroying the obstacles in front of us, we can remove any feelings of restraint and uncertainty in life; curbing all feelings of anxiety.
Nauthiz represents the development of your magical ability; meaning your ability to change and alter the circumstances in your life and surroundings. True ascension and spiritual cultivation is a warlike process on many levels, with your greatest enemy being yourself and your human condition. We battle the hindering aspects of ourselves in order to achieve victory and personal mastery; a state of ecstasy that is crystalline and unchangeable. Do not fear Nauthiz, for it is one of the greatest teachers and conduits of growth.
Uruz is the rune of the Aurochs; a strong, wild and ox-like creature that is now extinct. This rune, like the animal, represents strength, endurance and vitality; and it was necessary for young men to venture out and vanquish one of these animals on their own if they hoped to join the warrior class. Uruz should be applied when you need that extra boost of wild energy; that flare of frenzied strength to push through the perimeters of your limits and obstacles. Uruz represents fortitude and the ability to work long, hard hours; giving sweat and blood to the Earth.
Uruz teaches us to be sturdy, head strong, and not to waver in the face of threats. It encourages us to make ourselves strong in all ways; to become untamed forces of self actualization and creation. Uruz should be applied to the body, mind and spirit; for if one of these elements is weak, they all shall suffer. Let Uruz be a beacon of strength and solidarity for you to meditate on, acting as an anchor for your soul in rough and unsure times.
Uruz is a rune of superior vitality and stone like endurance. You can never be broken if you have unlocked the powers of Uruz within; and it will always act as a force of resilience against weakness and illness. Use this rune to acquire deeper levels of strength and power in all aspects of life, for it will guide you to a place of confidence and quell any insecure feelings that hinder your growth. Uruz should be used to invoke divine strength, rage and vigor; a useful ingredient to any spell of confidence and solidarity. Meditate on this rune often for iron-like qualities.
Uruz is a rune steeped in chaos, for it still holds the wild and raw energies of creation. The Aurochs, Cow, and Bull are all very important symbols to the Indo-European consciousness; symbolizing the initial nourishing elements and building blocks of creation. From most angles of Indo-European spirituality we encounter a primeval creature similar to the Aurochs; this being usually symbolizing the first organic creation of existence, or the source being who is slain and brings about the creation of the world as we know it. Whether you follow Germanic, Celtic, or Vedic sources, you can trace these myths back to an original bovine-like creature who is associated with (or responsible for) the construction and cultivation of the world. Uruz represents this key component of creation.