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‘The strongest trees are rooted in the dark places of the earth.
Darkness will be your cloak, your shield, your mother’s milk.
Darkness will make you strong’. —the three-eyed crow to Bran

To take your first lesson with the three-eyed raven, read three texts that appear in the The Fair Race, whose image appears on the right, on the sidebar: a review of Hellstorm, the essay on Judea against Rome and Who We Are by William Pierce. PDF here, hard copy here.*

And remember: Sooner or later the world will recognise that Hitler was right and that until the West accepts this fact, they will continue their ongoing self-destruction, especially in the US and the UK. Either way, massive destruction is unavoidable because after the Second World War the Allies must pay a massive karmic debt.


(*) It’s better to order it through Lulu than Amazon, that sometimes sells an obsolete version of the book.

Published in: on December 12, 2019 at 12:15 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Save the PDF in your hard disk. One never knows when the System will drop its hammer on the Gutenberg press of the 21st century, the pro-white sites. (Last year, this site was taken down for a couple of days. But there’s a backup of it here.)


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    In George R.R. Martin’s universe, the Three-Eyed Raven was the last greenseer, a human living beyond the Wall, fused to the roots of a giant weirwood tree. His real name is unknown. Under the guise of a three-eyed raven, he appears in Bran Stark’s vision-dreams, following his fall and injury, prompting his quest beyond the Wall and guiding him to the cave in which his real human body resides. There, Bran is trained in the magic of Greensight: retrocognitive visions of the past.

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