Nicholas R. Jeelvy
Morris van de Camp
William de Vere
C. F. Robinson
Spencer J. Quinn
James J. O'Meara
Sir Oswald Mosley
R. G. Fowler
Alain de Benoist
Francis Parker Yockey
F. Roger Devlin
American Political Ethnographer
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Survive the Jive presents a short video describing several of the pre-Christian customs for May Day in Europe, and how they derive from a tradition related to the proto-Indo-European goddess, Hausos. Happy May Day!
How delightful! I have had some very sour Christians say to me that there never were these celebrations or a Goddess of the Dawn or whisper that if there were they were EVIL One does have to pity them. How funny, because I remember having to dress up for church in a new easter bonnet and dress and white gloves and I did not get why. I am not sure my parents knew why either.
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