Guide to Kulchur
Episode 5: Yuletide Special with Survive the Jive
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Survive the Jive joins Fróði Midjord on the latest episode of the new podcast series, Guide to Kulchur.Survive the Jive has been running his YouTube channel and Facebook page since 2007, offering insights into Tradition, nature, and history. The site is an alternative media source, promoting anti-consumerist and anti-materialist perspectives with the intention of promoting indigenous and traditional cultures and metaphysics as a way to oppose globalization. He is also the author of the recently-published graphic novel, The Spirit of Yule, which depicts Anglo-Saxon pagan traditions surrounding Yule in a manner suitable for children. In this episode, they discuss the history of Christmas and Yule since ancient times, through Christianity, until modern times, including its connections to pre-Christian festivals. They also consider the attitude people in the modern world should have towards the old traditions, and how both Christians and pagans can relate to the history of Christmas and make the tradition come alive. They then briefly discuss what the current year has meant and what we should expect from the new one. The episode is available on both YouTube and Spreaker (see below).
Listen to “Yuletide special with Survive the Jive – Guide to Kulchur, episode 5” on Spreaker.
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BTW, “anti-materialist” is a very, very unfortunate term.
Thank you kindly! I wasn’t aware we used the term “anti-materialist”.
The need to combine WN christianity with the awakening WN indigenous religion “pagan” rebirth is needed to avoid a possibly nasty schism. Some on both sides do take things a little to personal.
“BTW, “anti-materialist” is a very, very unfortunate term.”
anti- is an inherently negative term to use, its grammatically clumsy but correct in this case.
Hello! why do you object to it?
You must start putting the podcasts on the counter currents youtube channel.
Rare to hear STV delve into the topic of poltics at the end.
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