The Church Tabernacle as Reference to Yahweh’s Fornication with Sarah

Traditionally medieval Churches contained the Tabernacle[1] a receptacle for the Eucharist. In design, the Tabernacle is an ornamental chest or cabinet. In contemporary churches this Tabernacle is now commonly found on the altar. The word Tabernacle itself, though, is derived from the Latin tabernaculum meaning “tent” especially “a tent of an augur” which is a […]

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Semitic Fire Gods

Note to reader: This article was originally entitled Semitic Earth and Fire Gods.  However the characterization of Earth Goddesses, for example, as Semitic is, upon further consideration, mistaken in my view. Gaia/Terra and the Sumerian Ki are perhaps more likely symbols of the vied for Aryan female resource, while Saturn and the Saturnian Enlil examples […]

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The Germanization of Christianity vs. The Christianization of Germans

That Christianity became “Germanized” or became Aryan in anyway is an entirely mistaken view of history. That Christian racialists would argue this in defense of Christianity, essentially admitting Christianity improved by becoming less Christian, is the height of hilarity. Indeed, if Aryans are so much more moral than Jews, why do they require Jewish Biblical […]

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Lions and Hyenas

Song by Xurious.  Poem by Brahmin. @xuriousmusic @westland_will @RichardBSpencer pic.twitter.com/NinMxQ9JKx — MarkBrahmin (@MarkBrahmin) October 20, 2019 Bitchute link below.  Feel free to re-upload on any platform:  

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Red herrings in Leviticus and Moloch as example of Jewish “Projection”

It is perhaps in Leviticus, one of the dreariest of the Hebrew books, where the metaphor of Aryans as livestock and sacrificial livestock becomes most salient. On its face, Leviticus appears to be, for the most part, merely instructions for the “arbitrary” and sometimes barbaric rituals, allowances and prohibitions of an ancient, superstitious and backward […]

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