Sunday, 16 April 2017
Hopefully you've all been busy outside, planting your seeds, feeding the soil, cutting firewood and foraging free and wild food!
Not everyone has green fingers, but I think everyone - especially those of us with children- who have space to grow should give it a go.
Ideally you should be looking for heritage seeds - our North American friends call them Heirloom seeds so look out for these too. Heritage seed varieties have a long history and plants are often much closer related to their wild ancestors than the F1 hybrids.You can save the seed from a heirloom variety and they will regrow year after year. And here is an important lesson - If you crossbreed them the strain is lost and the line destroyed. Many folk rightly seed save and seed share, thus the strain is protected. It is such a shame that the same principles are not applied to people! Why are people so ignorant to assume these simple laws of nature don't apply to us? Preserve your heritage!
Anyway, back to the seeds! I was in my local garden centre and I was very pleased to see them selling heritage plants, which makes planting even easier as they've already done the germination for you. So now there can be no excuses :)
Here are some tips for newbies.
If you are not sure how deep to plant a seed - plant the seed as deep into the soil as the size of the seed you have. So beans can be planted an inch or so under the soil. Fine seeds can be simply cast over the soil.
Water seeds planted in pots from above - but once they have germinated, place the pot into a tray and pour water into the tray so it soaks up from the bottom. Some plants stems rot easy when young.
Always say no to GMO.
Local and native varieties will always grow better in your patch.
You need bees and insects to pollinate your plants. No pollination - no food. Encourage bees so also plant bee friendly flowers. Save the bees not refugees.
Weeds can be a problem - however if your weed is edible or has health boosting properties, it isn't a weed - use it!
Plant a fruit tree. Okay, it might take five years or more before you get fruit, but once you do, you'll get the best fruit every year for a very long time. A tree you plant will be a sacred thing. Use the wood to carve runes. Hang bird feeders from it and give a little back.
top - this is whats left of my winter crops
above - some of the heritage plants form a garden centre.
Monday, 13 February 2017
Red Ice have started to produce some great videos on healthy eating etc. so I will add the link below and encourage everyone to watch these.
In our household we make kefir drinks - both milk and fruit kefir. Included is a link on nut milks. This is something which we don't do as yet, namely because I'd rather use harvested nuts than shop bought. I know where several walnut trees grow near to where I live, and there are numerous hazel trees. A young almond tree grown within sight of my front garden, so may be this year I'll give nut milk a try. Soy milk is often drunk as an alternative to dairy. I would suggest males avoid drinking this on a regular bases as soy contains high levels of oestrogen. It is also true that Europeans are generally lactose tolerant. Diary contains good fats which are essential for your brain - human breast milk is 50% fat. Ghee is an Indian butter that has had the diary removed from it (you can do this at home with butter by heating is until is separates). Ghee has a surprisingly long shelf life so makes a good prepper's butter. Ghee is rich in vitamins A, D and E.
I would also encourage everyone to try the bone broth. I make gelatin almost weekly from chicken and this really is a superfood. Add the gelatin to soup. Gelatin is given to hospital patients in many countries. It is high in amino acids and is great for joint pain.
Along with these videos I would highly recommend the book 'Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats' by Sally Fallon (don't allow the leftist style book cover put you off). This book, and all of her other works are full of information on healthy eating, which is backed up be research, facts and example.
Lastly, I'm hoping that Red Ice produce a video on kombucha, which is a fermented tea drink. We produce this in our household and is done by growing a SCOBY, which is a yeast type solid which produces a healthy bacteria that is good for you, much the same way as the bacteria in Yakult works. Kombucha is flavoured with fruit and each bottle will grow its own SCOBY.
Saturday, 4 February 2017
The need for Self Sufficiency.
For those of you who are based in the UK, you will have no doubt seen the recent news of the so-called veg-rationing that's taking place across UK supermarkets. This is (supposedly) due to severe weather conditions in Spain. Asda has limits to six green veg of some types, Morrisons has limits of four.
What does this tell us? Well it is no secret that the UK cannot feed itself. This has been the case since around the early 1900's. After the First Brothers War, eating habits changed, as did many farming practises. Rabbit had been the common meat eaten in England. This changed to chicken with the introduction of battery farms. After the Second Brothers War not only did we start importing a lot more food, the UK experienced the start of the great multi-culti experiment - immigration being the cause of our population explosion. The UK loses farmland to housing and the problem gets worse. In contrast, Iraq under the leadership of Saddam Hussein WAS self sufficient in both food and energy. This is why placing sanctions on Iraq prior to the Gulf wars was pointless and achieved nothing.
Big business also use these times to increase prices. It's bad enough that across the UK many companies are raising prices and blaming Brexit - even home producers who grow produce in the UK are using this as an excuse, time to boycott these fat cat companies. Soon production will return to normal but prices will stay high.
Another issue is folk are out of touch with the seasons. People are actually asking 'where are the British fruit and veg'? As if apples grow all year round on the trees, or lettuce grows in the winter. The fact they are so divorced from nature and expect the same produce all year round is the reason it has to be imported in the first place. Eat what is in season! It is cheaper and is proven to be healthier! Food grown naturally in accordance with nature doesn't need pesticide.
This is why we need to be self sufficient. Ideally at a national level, but it is clear from peoples attitudes it is not in the mindset of most folk. Thus we need to take the lead on a personal level. If we grow food in the garden or the allotment then we can start to avoid issues when they hit the shops. Not only that but we can boast our food is healthier and local. I believe that hunting for meat - and never for sport - is also ethical. Always avoid the mass produced low quality meat sold in super markets. Local butchers who stock quality free range and organic meats are a far better source. My family's food production now also includes bee hives. This may not be a step everyone can take, but there is still a lot we can do for ourselves. The time to start becoming self sufficient is NOW!
Saturday, 14 January 2017
Sunday, 4 December 2016
I think it would be interesting to look at the name Wehrbauer, to see what it does in fact mean. It is a compound word - Wehr+Bauer - armed-peasant or farmer.
Bauer is rooted in the Germanic languages. We find its earliest Germanic form of Proto-Germanic *buram which meant farmer or dweller. The Old English term was gebur, which itself contains the bur (bauer) element plus a 'ge' prefix- later becoming yeo, thus the yeoman. The Ge also cognates with the Old Frisian ga, ge, German Gau, Gothic gawi all from the Proto-Germanic *gaujan - and all meaning village, villager, district etc. The Germanic-Dutch term was Boer, meaning farmer - the same title of the Dutch settlers in South Africa - the Boer volk, who settled as white farmers.
We can compare these words with the French term 'Boor', a farmer or herdsman, which connects this word with the term Bovine via the French Bovier (herdsman). We still use the word boor in English which survives as neighbor and neighbour. The Scandinavian term for farmer is Bondi - which shares the same root, but cognates with Boden, the soil. This word has the same meaning as words like bond and bund etc.
It is clear that the farmer held the highest position in the philosophy of Blood and Soil and is why the Wehrbauer settlers in Germany's east were so important. A nation must be self sufficient and strong if it wants to survive.
No wonder Africa starves.Want to 'feed the world?'
Stop killing the farmers. Stop Boer genocide.
This photo is of an Odal rune display, taken at the Wewelsburg museum. I had the pleasure of visiting the castle many years ago - long before the new museum which has the National Socialist's rune and Germanic pagan themed exhibitions. The Odal rune is of course the symbolic link between Blood and Soil.
Thursday, 3 November 2016
Revolt Against the Modern World!
Today three (pro-EU) judges have blocked the UK from leaving the EU without a vote from Parliament. For most of us this is no real surprise. In fact I'm more surprised it took so long before a court overturned the majority vote. There is no democracy in the UK - and never has been -since Cromwell allowed zionist-jews back into England. Britain is a zionist country, and what we are witnessing today is nothing more than another step in what is the long march towards the complete slavery of the European race.
I was reading Wotans Krieger's recent post on creating an alternative Wodenist society and what we have here in England is a legal system already based on Anglo-Saxon law- Common law. This would certainly be a useful building block towards a larger system which would incorporate heathen lore and custom. 'White nationalist' political parties face a difficult future here in the UK, and many of the so-called 'nationalist' movements are pro-Israel thus do not represent our interests anyway. A Common Man or Common Law based party may have a future. This would shift the balance of power away from the banks and political elites and back into the hands of the working man - but again, it would only be a matter of time before the system turned on this idea.
So the only hope we really have is that this corrupt and degenerate system collapses. Like the World-Serpent eating its own tail the system is dying, and we see all the hallmark signs of its impeding doom. Now is the time when we retreat back to the forests and allow nature to take its course! Turn your back on the political system, for it does not represent us. Don't waste your time with those who will never see the big picture. Instead, use your time to learn the skills we'll need to rebuild a society once this one has imploded. Learn how to purify water and grow food. Learn self defence. Kill your TV. Home educate your children. Learn food preservation skills and prep long life food stuffs. Collect the tools and resources needed to run your home and garden. We have much to do!