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PAGANS TV - Rencontre en terre Viking : Leif un artisan à l'ancienne

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PAGANS TV - Rencontre en terre Viking : Leif un artisan à l'ancienne

Les Vikings étaient probablement les meilleurs artisans du bois au monde, leurs Langskips somptueux et efficaces en sont la plus belle preuve. Pendant leurs expéditions maritimes, il étaient équipés d’un matériel de survie : arcs, flèches, lanternes résistantes au vent, coffres…. Tous ces équipement indispensables sont reproduits à l’identique, avec la méthode traditionnelle par Laurent, un artisan Normand passionné par ses ancêtres Scandinaves, voici quelques photos de ses œuvres.

L’entrevue et la présentation des équipements est disponible dans la section vidéo-Interviews, on y parle notamment de Guillaume le conquérant mais aussi de Verden, de Lindisfarn…


Normandie - PDF
Jean Mabire - PDF
Scandinavie - PDF
Runes - PDF
Mythologie - PDF

PAGANS TV - Youtube
L'esprit Viking - Youtube

Henry Vignaud - Americ Vespuce

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Henry Vignaud - Americ Vespuce
Sa bibliographie. Sa vie. Ses voyages. Ses découvertes. L'attribution de son nom à l'Amérique. Ses relations authentiques et contestées.

Confederate_Louisiana.gifJean Henry Vignaud, né à La Nouvelle-Orléans (Louisiane) le 27 novembre 1830 et mort à Bagneux le 19 septembre 1922, était un écrivain, journaliste et historien américain de langue française, issu d’une famille du midi de la France.

Professeur de langue française à La Nouvelle-Orléans entre 1852 et 1856, il se lança ensuite dans le journalisme et le théâtre.
Lors de la guerre de Sécession, il fut capitaine du régiment louisianais de l'armée confédérée. Fait prisonnier en 1862, il s'évada et se réfugia à Paris, où il s'installa définitivement. Il reprit sa plume de journaliste.

Il occupa par la suite des postes auprès de délégations des États-Unis en France, et fut premier secrétaire de la Légation des États-Unis de 1882 à 1909. En 1908, il devint président de la Société des Américanistes, et put se consacrer à sa passion : l'étude de Christophe Colomb et de la découverte des Amériques.

Vignaud Henry - Le vrai Christophe Colomb et la légende
La date exacte de la naissance du Grand Génois. Sa famille. Les indications qu'il avait. Toscanelli, prétendu initiateur de la découverte de l'Amérique. L'objet véritable de l'entreprise de 1492.

Henry Vignaud - La lettre et la carte de Toscanelli sur la route des Indes par l'Ouest
Adressées en 1474 au Portugais Fernam Martins et transmises plus tard à Christophe Colomb. Etude critique sur l'authenticité et la valeur de ces documents et sur les sources des idées cosmographiques de Colomb. Suivie des divers textes de la lettre de 1474 avec traductions, annotations et fac-similé.

Henry Vignaud - Etudes critiques sur la vie de Colomb avant ses découvertes
Les origines de sa famille. Les deux Colombo, ses prétendus parents. La vraie date de sa naissance. Les études et les premières campagnes qu'il aurait faites. Son arrivée en Portugal et le combat naval de 1476. Son voyage au Nord. Son établissement en Portugal. Son mariage. Sa famille Portugaise.

Henry Vignaud - Comment l'Amérique fut réellement découverte en 1492


Gerhard Herm - The Celts

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Gerhard Herm - The Celts

The Celts is the 2000-year epic story of the North European civilization that rivaled Greece and Rome for richness, diversity and power. Originating with fierce naked warriors who collected enemy heads as war trophies, the Celts eventually made their influence felt from the Middle East to the Atlantic, bringing with them a unique culture and mythology, and a style of art considered the greatest achievement north of the Alps after the Ice Age.
The Romans called them "furor celticus" and at the height of their empire Ankara, Cologne, Belgrade and Milan all spoke Celtish.
The Celts is the remarkable story of our North European cultural ancestors, whose language is still spoken by more than two million people in Brittany, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.

A chronological event of the Celts from the time they first encountered Roman armies in Italy to the coming of Caesar to the campaigns advancing into England and Ireland to the acceptance of Christianity to the arising of the King Arthur legend due to William of Normandy's defeat on Harold of England in the battle of the Hastings. The book overall was interesting in parts and slow in others. If nothing else it gave me an appreciation of my heritage. From the beginning they were barbarians with their ragged hair, painted bodies, and unduly tactics of war that drove their enemy into fright at first sight. They had an over imaginative superstition to the spirit world in so much that they kept the heads of their victims and decorated their homes, including making drinking vessels out of the skulls, believing that they would protect them. The adoption of Christianity began to tame them to some extent but their ingenious fallacy continued forth in the devising of the Grail and the legend of King Arthur which continues to influence people today.

Celtes - PDF

The Celts

Richard Tedor - Hitler's revolution

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Richard Tedor - Hitler's revolution
Ideology, social programs, foreign affairs

Defying liberal democracy, Adolf Hitler transformed Germany into an authoritarian state advocating sovereignty of nations, advancement of labor, preservation of the white race, and commerce based on exchange of wares to replace the international gold standard. Becoming chancellor in 1933, he tackled his country s bankruptcy, massive unemployment, Communist subversion and foreign domination.
His social economic programs and diplomacy restored German prosperity and independence in three years, despite opposition from Western democratic leaders.

Penetrating the shroud of vilification draping this controversial figure, our study draws on nearly 200 published German sources, many from the National Socialist era, plus documents from British, U.S. and Soviet archives, to describe not just what Hitler did, but why. It also reveals democracy s genuine war aims, a taboo subject for historians, in the ensuing world war against Germany. Challenging the status quo version of the period, here is the book for the student of history who senses that something is missing and seeks answers.

Fascism - PDF
Third Reich - PDF

Hitler's Revolution : Requiem of the Will

Robin Moore - The Crippled Eagles

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Robin Moore - The Crippled Eagles

The_Crippled_Eagles.jpgThe Crippled Eagles was the informal name of a group of American expatriates that served in the Rhodesian Security Forces during the Rhodesian Bush War.
The name and emblem came from author Robin Moore, who offered a house in Salisbury as a meeting place for the Americans who served in all units of the security forces, but never had their own unit.
The name "Crippled Eagle" and their badge was meant to symbolise what they considered their abandonment by the US government.

Robin Moore and Barbara Fuca tried to publish a book with the same title, but because of the political controversy the book was refused by publishers and appeared only in 1991, when it was published as The White Tribe.


One of the reasons for many of the American citizens who joined the Crippled Eagles was the Soldier of Fortune reports about both the Rhodesian Bush War and the means of entry into the Rhodesian Army. From 1976 to 1980 almost every issue contained one or more articles about the ongoing conflict.The first issue of the magazine in 1975 actually contained two such articles, prompting some Americans to travel to Rhodesia. After 1980, their attention turned to Angola, Soweto and other hotspots around the world.

Approximately 300 Americans, some with previous combat experience in Vietnam and other theatres of war, others with none, volunteered to fight in the Rhodesian Security Forces during the Rhodesian Bush War. They did so not as mercenaries, but as ordinary soldiers, earning a pay packet in local currency equal to that of a Rhodesian regular, under the same conditions of service.
The Americans suffered seven combat fatalities and many others were wounded in combat, some maimed for life. Five served in Rhodesia's most prestigious unit, the Selous Scouts.

Trevor Grundy - Miller Bernard - The farmer at war
Gerritt Marie Mes - Mr. White man what now ?
Gerritt Marie Mes - Now men and tomorrow men
The Cheetah - Souvenir edition
Douglas Reed - The Battle For Rhodesia
Anatomy of terror

Rhodesia - PDF

Rhodesian Bush War - 3 Minute History

Rhodesia Unafraid


Michael Grant - The birth of Western civilization

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Michael Grant - The birth of Western civilization
Greece and Rome

The tradition that holds us in thrall

Michael Grant
Without Greece and Rome, for better or for worse-and almost certainly, despite all our faults, for worse-we should not be what we are. Their significances crowd in upon us with an insistence that is far too many-sided and complex to be satisfied by simple metaphorical phrases indicating the debt, legacy or heritage that we owe to these sources.
For one thing the influences which, whether we like it or not, hold us in thrall have reached us in many different times and ways, and at every level of consciousness and profundity. In some matters-the classical contribution in the political field, or certain central aspects of the messages of Virgil or Cicero-impingement on the world has been continuous, so that a direct chain of inheritance can be traced all the way through the intervening centuries until the present moment. And yet, even in such basic themes, there have also at many periods been revivals that are due in a larger degree to intentional resuscitation than to the bonds of continuity. When Cola di Rienzi, in the 14th century, tried to restore the antique Roman Republic, this was not only because he was heir to a continuous tradition (though he had the stones of Rome to remind him of this) but because he had 'rediscovered' Livy. Others-Petrarch is perhaps the most famous of themhave often made similar rediscoveries of ancient authors : which really means that they cast the contemporary spotlight upon some part of the almost inexhaustible store, and reinterpreted it in the light of topical preoccupations.

Western Civilization series


Donald Day - Onward Christian Soldiers - Audiobook

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Donald Day - Onward Christian Soldiers - Audiobook
22 year in Europe as Baltic correspondent for the Chicago tribune


Donald Day - Onward Christian soldiers - PDF

Suppressed Reports of a 20-year Chicago Tribune Correspondent in Eastern Europe from 1921, Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 1982
An American Journalist's Dissident Look at World War II, Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 2002

Read by Alex Linder in December 2014.
1920-1942 Propaganda, Censorship, and One Man's Struggle to Herald the Truth.

Vanguard Audio Books - Alex Linder

Ignacio Ondargáin - La tradición hiperbórea

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Ignacio Ondargáin - La tradición hiperbórea

La historia se convirtió en leyenda y la leyenda en mito
Sabemos que este estudio se centra en una cuestión que origina posiciones crispadas y enfrentadas las más de las veces. Si nos-otros también adoptáramos esa actitud, se nos haría imposible hacer algo serio y sincero: nunca llegaríamos a liberarnos de la perversa dinámica con que es enfocado el tema. Tratando de ser fieles al conocimiento, nuestra intención no ha sido pintar la realidad de uno u otro color. Hemos acumulado, ordenado y expuesto datos tratando de hacerlo de una forma clara y esquemática. El misterio deja de ser misterioso cuando llega a conocerse. En fin, este es tan sólo un trabajo que en principio lo hice para mí mismo, para aclararme yo mismo de qué iba todo esto y que ahora, “con la ayuda del hado”, lo pongo a disposición de todos vosotros. Sé que, en el fondo, todo este misterio no consiste más que en “recordar” algo que había quedado como olvidado junto a una fuente... y ese “algo”, o alguien, siempre supo que volveríamos cuando la sed mortal provocada por este mundo inerte de “muertos que entierran a muertos”, se nos hiciera insoportable... Siempre ha sido así y por esto mismo tiene tanta importancia el mito: viaje al centro de la tierra donde, de las entrañas de la Montaña Polar de la Revelación, surge la fuente de agua pura de la vida eterna.

Empezaremos situándonos en los mágicos imperios perdidos del pasado y trataremos de recuperar sus tesoros y sus secretos, en definitiva: resucitar el mito. En aquel remoto pasado olvidado e ignorado por el común de los mortales, hallamos el “primer poder temporal”. Era aquella una tierra habitada por seres superiores que participaban de la divinidad, dioses que mediante su virtud y su poder dominaron la tierra, transformándola y levantando hermosos imperios con realizaciones increíblemente audaces. La belleza interna y externa y la justicia, en tanto que reflejo esta de la claridad de discernimiento, gobernaba el mundo. La salud y la armonía de formas de mente y cuerpo les confería a estos seres superiores nobleza, haciéndoles su vida en este mundo algo digno de ser vivido con alegría y firmeza, en el conocimiento de la verdadera naturaleza de las cosas. Aquello que eran ellos mismos en esencia y en su naturaleza física, era lo que obraban en el mundo, como un reflejo.

Un reino de dioses regido por la belleza, la justicia... un sistema perfecto... o casi perfecto. Pero todo aquel mundo, un día, en una sola noche, desapareció, dejándonos tan sólo ruinas imposibles y leyendas fantásticas... y el manto putrefacto de la muerte extendió su pobredumbre por el mundo ocultando la verdadera luz a los ojos de los hombres mortales: muertos que entierran muertos.

Dice Jean Robin en “Operación Orth” que “el primer poder temporal cuyo espíritu se ha perpetuado secretamente en el tiempo, cuyo “cuerpo” ha permanecido oculto en las cavernas de la tierra, ascenderá en los últimos días para recuperar su poder y maravillar al mundo con su mágica resurrección”. Cuando el mundo divino desaparece de la tierra, viene a convertirse en un “tiempo mítico” que, en palabras de René Alleau, fluye paralelamente al tiempo histórico, pero a un ritmo diferente. A lo largo de los milenios, han habido múltiples ocasiones en las que el tiempo mítico de los dioses ha venido a manifestarse y actuar sobre nuestro plano de la existencia. De hecho, en el fondo, todo lo que aquí contamos trata de la continua reaparición de este poder oculto en la historia de los hombres mortales. Creemos poder afirmar que precisamente esto es el nazismo. Vamos a verlo.

Hyperborée - PDF
Tradition - PDF


Arthur Heulhard - Le mensonge chrétien

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Arthur Heulhard - Le mensonge chrétien
(Jésus-Christ n'a pas existé)

Tome 1 : Le Charpentier
Tome 2 : Le Roi des Juifs
Tome 3 : Les marchands de Christ
Tome 4 : Le Saint-Esprit
Tome 5 : Le Gogotha
Tome 6 : L’évangile de Nessus
Tome 7 : Les évangiles de Satan
Tome 8 : Les évangiles de Satan (2e partie)
Tome 9 : Les évangiles de Satan (3e partie)
Tome 10 : Bar-Abbas
Tome 11 : Le Juif de rapport

Arthur Heulhard (à l'état civil Octave Louis Heulhard) est un écrivain et journaliste français, né à Lormes le 11 mai 1849 et mort à Troyes le 2 janvier 1920. C'est un théoricien et polémiste majeur de la thèse mythiste.
Il est principalement connu pour Le mensonge chrétien, série de onze volumes déclarant que Jésus de Nazareth n'a pas de caractère historique. Il est aussi critique musical et a écrit plusieurs livres sur François Rabelais.

Octave Louis Heulhard, connu sous le nom d'Arthur Heulhard, est né à Lormes dans la Nièvre, le 11 mai 1849. Orphelin à 12 ans, il est légalement émancipé à 17 ans, il s'installe à Paris en 1866. Il écrit alors pour La Réforme où il est secrétaire de rédaction puis dans Le Courrier français où il a une chronique quotidienne.
Il écrivit aussi des critiques musicales dans des journaux comme La Vérité ou L'Art musical. Entre 1908 et 1910 il écrivit les 11 volumes de son œuvre la plus célèbre Le mensonge chrétien.
Il mourût à Troyes le 2 janvier 1920; sa mort fit la première page du Figaro le 12 janvier.


Varg Vikernes - Les Catholiques sont des Païens

Christianisme - PDF
Christ - PDF
Hébraïsme - PDF


David Talbot Rice - The dawn of European civilization - Volume 3 The dark ages

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David Talbot Rice - The dawn of European civilization Volume 3
The dark ages

Between the end of the Western Roman Empire and the emergence of medieval Europe, western civilization passed through the most serious crisis of which we have historical record. The effect of the barbarian invasions can only be compared with that of an atomic war on the modern world. It was more gradual but no less catastrophic. No full-scale illustrated survey of this period, from 500 to 1000 a.d., has ever been attempted, and for good reason. For those five centuries are called the "Dark Ages’ - dark to the men and women who lived through them. Modern research, especially in archaeology, had virtually no records from which to piece together the complex story of those times.

The Haunting Art of an Age in Turmoil
This vivid, authentic book truly reconstructs the dawn of European civilization as we know it. It is divided into four main sections. The first gives the background of events in Asia and Africa, where the flowing tide of Islam was washing against the frontiers of the West. The second deals with Byzantium - a rich and glorious state whose traditions, wealth and art were of paramount importance. The third describes the migrating tribes from the north and east who were reshaping Europe - the Slavs, Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Lombards, Franks, Norsemen, Angles and Saxons. The distinctive character of these peoples is vividly expressed in their brilliant art, much of which is here presented in color for the first time. The last section shows the threads that were gathered together by Charlemagne and his successors, and the achievement of a new stability based firmly on feudalism and Christianity.

Each of the fifteen chapters is written by an acknowledged authority. It is a book which no single man could have written. And as in the other volumes of this series, the illustrations are unsurpassed in range, interest and quality. Besides the well-known masterpieces of Byzantine and Caro-lingian art, many less familiar works are included. Careful reconstructions have been specially commissioned (on large fold-out pages), and there are numerous maps, plans, chronological charts and family trees. The editor is Professor David Talbot Rice, a famous scholar whose gifts as a writer and lecturer have won him a popularity far beyond the academic world. This volume, the result of three years’ preparation, now brilliantly illuminates a vital phase in the history of mankind.

About the cover
In the year 1000 Otto III had Charlemagne's remains disinterred and put in reliquaries. The magnificent reliquary shown on the cover was made about 1350 to hold the Holy Emperor's skull. No claim is made that it is an authentic likeness but it does poiverfully express the impact that the great emperor had made upon the imagination of succeeding ages.

The myth of the 'Dark Ages'
David Talbot Rice

Beyond the frontiers of Rome
The rise and fall of Sasanian Iran
David Oates

The empire of the Prophet
Islam and the tide of Arab conquest
R.H. Pinder-Wilson

Between West and East
Armenia and its divided history
Sirarpie der Nersessian

The heir of Rome
Byzantium from Justinian to Theophilus
Cyril Mango

The Christian citadel
The Byzantine world of the ninth and tenth centuries
J.M. Hussey

The crucible of peoples
Eastern Europe and the rise of the Slavs
Tamara Talbot Rice

Germanic Italy
The Ostrogothic and Lombard kingdoms
Donald Bullough

'The ends of the Earth'
Spain under the Visigoths and Moors
William Culican

Prelude to empire
The Frankish kingdom from the Merovingians to Pepin
Peter Lasko

From the vigorous North
The Norsemen and their forerunners
David M. Wilson

The coveted isles
Celtic Britain and the Anglo-Saxons
Charles Thomas

The great king
Charlemagne and the Carolingian achievement
Philip Grierson

After Charlemagne
The empire under the Ottomans
Donald Bullough

The concept of Christendom
Medieval Europe takes shape
Denys Hay

Chronological chart

Europe - PDF


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