Sunday, 4 November 2012

The Complete Armanen and The Untold Story-a Review

I have today completed my reading of The Complete Armanen and The Untold Story by the `55 Club`. For some reason the author has chosen to remain `anonymous` but then signs off with a personal name at the end of the work which I find rather confusing. The book is a collection of Armanist texts, many of which are rare and not previously translated into English. It is by its very nature not "complete". A change of title would be adviseable. Extracts of essential texts from Guido von List, Siegfried Adolf Kummer, Rudolf John Gorsleben, Karl Maria Wiligut, Friedrich Teltscher, Werner von Bolow, Karl Theodor Weigel and Miguel Serrano. The author is to be congratulated and thanked for producing this much needed work and it is hoped that there follows a second volume. The English speaking Germanic heathen world needs to be more acquainted with Armanist teachings. However despite this I have a few misgivings about the way in which these teachings have been presented. The book works well in those parts [which are the majority] where the author is simply presenting the original works translated into English and that is where the author`s contribution should have stopped. Many times I have purchased Wodenist/Wotanist/Odinist books authored by Americans and I find that all too often the language which they use is crude and simplistic as if the authors were writing in the same manner as they spoke and this is a very big mistake if one wishes to reach out to an intelligent and often non-American audience. Also I find the very crude racialist ranting off-putting. The author needs to take into account that the majority of people who purchase his books are likely to already have a folkish Weltanschauung and do not need to constantly read racial epithets littered throughout the text. There are some spelling and grammatical errors although these are very few indeed when one considers that this is a self-published work. I would strongly advise that The Complete Armanen be edited to remove anything which is not attributed to the original Armanist contributors. I believe strongly that one can be proud of his or her racial heritage without unnecessarily constantly demeaning other races. Indeed the Aryan takes the higher ground when he refrains from such behaviour. This is a lesson that we all have to learn-including myself. Lastly I find the constant references to `Mother Church`, christ and christianity rather grating. Many years ago when I used to post on Internet forums I coined the term `Pilgrim Fathers` Complex` to explain the inherent difficulties faced by folkish European-Americans who tried to explain the world in racial terms but still clung to the coattails of their jewish monotheistic christian religion. It is as if they like a young child cannot make that break, that they cling to the maternal apron. Unfortunately this book contains far too much christian apologetics for my personal taste. The early Armanist masters have much to teach us but they were to a certain extent[as we all are] a product of their time and we need to take this into consideration when we read their works. Armanism is a valuable spiritual discipline but it needs to be purged of its semi-christian theology. In `The Round Table` one member is noticeable by their absence: Savitri Devi. She was after all the precursor to Miguel Serrano and the real originator of Esoteric National Socialism. She should replace Francis Parker Yockey in any future reprint. Yockey is out of place in a work such as this. Over all I would award 4 out of 5 stars for this product for the above-stated reasons.

14 comments:

James said...

There were centuries of Aryan ideological and theological advancement made in Christianity. I agree that Christianity cannot be practiced by a healthy Aryan society, but to completely throw away the thoughts of all the esoteric minds in Western Christianity would be, simply put, working backwards. I could be mistaken but I believe Hitler expressed this idea as well. As long as the authors in this book aren't encouraging going to church on Sunday, I don't see anything wrong with recognizing truth in some Christian teachings. After all, there were many different movements in the church that often opposed each other.

James said...

My last defense of this book, that I didn't think about upon first reading your review is that Savitri Devi has no place at the Round Table. That is a place for the warrior priests, the troubadours of Arthur's table. A woman, even one with as great a mind as hers, cannot be seated at this table.

Wotans Krieger said...

"What elements of truth" are there in xtianity? It is a semitic monotheistic religion which singlehandedly succeeded in sounding the death knell of the Aryan race along with other indigenous cultures.Indeed with its disdain for the planet and other life forms it is responsible for the sickness and death of planetary eco-systems.It is also along with capitalism a jewish invention-a weapon to be used in our extermination.As for your remarks about Savitri Devi she has far more right to sit at the Round Table than say Francis Parker Yockey who was not a racialist in the true definition of the term and certainly not spiritually minded. To exclude her on the basis of being female is unAryan and furthermore indicative of a thouroughly semitic mind set.She suffered for her faith and was responsible for the birth of esoteric National Socialism.She was a thorough warrior spirit.This is why I was not able to give the book a completely positive review.
As far as your remarks about Hitler are concerned you are merely speculating with nothing to back up your assertion.

James said...

Christianity is no more a monotheistic religion than Hinduism. Just because it is labeled as such doesn't change the fact that it has the same doctrine of the three parts in the Supreme Godhead that is present in Hinduism and many other Aryan religions. All Aryan religions are, at their deepest foundation, monotheistic. There is one supreme Godhead with many different faces and functions.
Catholic mystics made huge advancements in meditation and veneration of the Feminine Divine through praying the Rosary and devotion to the Blessed Virgin. Obviously, these doctrines existed in other Aryan religions but they were definitely further built upon in Catholocism and to discredit the Catholic mystics for reusing these old ideas would be absurd because Armans do the same thing. There are books dedicated to the anti-semitism of popes and saints. These men knowingly followed Aryan teachings and rejected the Judaic roots of Christianity. The new and old testaments were intentionally kept separate for centuries and the old testament wasn't available to the general public to avoid the judaization of christianity. To completely trash all Christian teachings without giving any credit to the advancements made makes you seem more like an Odinist than an Arman who sees God in all things. I have to assume that you haven't delved very deeply into Christian esoteric works to feel the way you do about them.
To say that Yockey wasn't spiritual says that you also can't possibly be very familiar with his works, or perhaps that you missed the essence of them. There certainly may have been someone better to put at the table but it wasn't Savitri Devi. At the Round Table of Arthur the priestess is a warrior's inspiration and fills him with the strength to earn his seat. She does not fill his seat herself.

Wotans Krieger said...

Once again you continue to speculate to the point of being disingenuous and rude-a particularly American trait.
I am familiar with both Imperium and The Enemy of Europe and I stand by my assessment of Yockey.
Your rejection of Savitri Devi as a warrior is also an indication of a clearly semitic mindset which would help to explain your indefatigable defence of xtianity. Are you by any chance an American? If so then you may be suffering from the Pilgrim Fathers` Syndrome,a neurosis which specifically affects Americans who whilst aspiring to acquire a folkish Weltanschauung still cling to their childhood supersticions out of fear of offending the desert anti-god yahweh and his fairytale `son` jesus.
I do not need to resort to a religion which has its origins in Palestine among jews and whose first adherents were slaves, a religion which makes "no difference between jew nor Greek" which esteems wisdom foolishness which has caused countless wars amongst Aryans and the cruellest tortures and murders of harmless men and women who still clung tenaciously to the old ways.Today it still continues its poisonous work of spreading the false jewish lie of `equality` whilst it actively softens up the sheeple for their ritualised miscegenated slaughter.

James said...

I won't try to defend Christianity against your claims because they are true. Christianity was the source of many of the mock wars between brethren that prepare our people for the final battle of this age. To claim that there is no truth to be found in Catholicism is absurd and is, more importantly, an insult to many great men and women who lived within the confines of Christian Europe. These Aryans expounded upon the spirituality of their forefathers using the terminology they had to use in their time.
I may suffer the symptoms of being American but living in England surrounded by Protestantism has clearly inhibited hot knowledge of the esoteric side of Christianity that exists primarily in Catholicism.
To be clear, i do not encourage anyone to practice a Christian religion. I was simply offended by your casual dismissal of the centuries of advancement that happened in the church and the slandering of the masters calling them products of their time as if you know better the positives and negatives of Christian doctrine than Guido von List or S. A. Kummer.

Wotans Krieger said...

Thank for your frank admission that I was correct James.
xtianity is not worth preserving:it is dying of a senile old age and in the words of Der Fuehrer:"Let xtianity die a natural death!"
You think the way that you do because you are still in psychological chains to a religion which honours a psycopathic semitic desert tribal `god` and his `son` who as a jew died a weakling`s death.It is a religion which places the jew at the heart of all things-jewcentric in other words-"Salvation is of the jews"!
A religion which was forced upon our ancestors by brutal force by traitors and is responsible for the exterminaton of 40% of the German population-my ancestors in the Thirty Years War.The result is always the same-the needless shedding of pure Nordic blood.If this were not enough the church-the Roman Catholic Church that is impeded scientific progress for over 1,000 years so you tell me where is "the truth to be found in Catholicism"?
Yes I do know better than some of the Armanen as they were still shacked to this alien jewish religion but we have been liberated from this jewish fraud.
If you will recall at the age of 14 List pledged to build a temple to Wotan not to the jew on a stick.
You seem to have your own semitic agenda which appears to be more to do with your psychology than `the truth`.

Sons of Wotan said...

"Yes I do know better than some of the Armanen"
Not a very wise statement Mr Krieger, not very wise at all.
The american is correct. Aryan traditions continued in the church. Your pride and ignorance have made you blind.

Wotans Krieger said...

"Sons of Wotan", another American that has jumped to the defence of his fellow xtian apologist?
I see that you have created an account specifically for this purpose.
Tell me, why do you term yourself "Sons of Wotan"? To be more grammatically correct should this not be "Son of Wotan"? Indeed to be more theologically correct would it not be better to call yourself "Son of jesus"?
The reason why " I know better" than some of the former Armanen is that unlike them I am not schackled to a xtian upbringing and do not seek to meld together two incompatable elements-the Aryan and the semitic into a bad marriage. What is needed is a divorce from xtianity, to research our prextian roots without reference to xtianity and to add to this any insight that we gain from our communion with the Volksgeist.I see that you have very little to add to this discussion so do not attempt to post again until you have something sensible and coherent to say,there`s a good chap!

Kurbishead said...

What book would you recommend for someone who is still trying to answer the question: What exactly is Armanism?

Wotans Krieger said...

Kurbishead, it is not a simple matter of recommending a book.An individual`s quest is his own affair and cannot be lived by others.I have not suggested that people do not purchase this book.On the contrary I have given it 4 out of 5 stars.I have merely encouraged the author to consider certain amendments if a second edition is printed.I suggest that you start by purchasing the works of Guido von List, some of which are available in English.If you cannot read German but you are serious about your quest then spend a year or two of intensive self study of German in order that you can read the masterworks in their original tongue.This is a lifetime`s work-there are no "quick fixes".

Joe Sevnson said...

Thank you for taking the time to give your personal review of the Complete Armanen. 88

Joe Sevnson

Seanmichael Farrell said...

let me just say sir that as an aryan you dissapoint me on so many level. You disrespect people for being american and that is as productive as spitting in the wind. a racial kinsmen is family no matter what and if they are seekers of wisdom then the all father is in them. another point about the complete armanen. had you done your due dilligence you would have known that there is no single author to this book. i know because i was there when most of it was written by the best American racialists locked up in prison. these are men who have given everything to secure thier peoples place on this earth. second point please check your facts on christianity. you have been lied to and fooled for so long that the jewish taint permeates to your subconscious. the jews today are not israel. the bible states that his people will be called by another name. that name is israel. the furher knew this and spoke constantly of the lord. i am of no religion just a spiritualist but i love knowledge and wisdom and suggest you continue on your path. here's where u can learn a little about me and mine www.usaskins.weebly.com

Wotans Krieger said...

Well Sean if I "disappoint you on so many level" (sic) then I would hate to think what you think about the rest of your fellow man! However at my age I really could not give a toss who I disappoint. I am retired now so do not assume you are talking to a young piss ant!
What 'disrespect' exactly are you referring to? I have not 'disrespected' individuals for being American as that would be illogical but I detest the history of the United States, an aberration that should never have come into being: the world would have been a much happier place which I think even you would agree with. One only has to examine the bloodthirsty history of the country from the settlement of colonial Europeans and their extermination of the native Indians, to the Civil War and destruction of the Confederacy (a union which I admire)and its meddling in 2 world wars and numerous wars in Asia and the Middle East.
I have no personal knowledge of the history and situation of the 55 Club and I mainly admire the work that have done and are doing but certain writings, namely The Great Yearning are counter-productive with an excessive emphasis on the Third Reich and overt negative racism.
Don't presume to preach to me about xtianity! I have studied the religion and was a part of it probably before you were born. Indeed I was a very active part of the religion prior to my 'return' to the heathen Gods of my ancestors following a gradual awakening which took place from the late 1980s onwards.
Many of my readers will know that I am half German via my mother and her ancestors came from Niedersachsen. My ancestors were slaughtered by Karl the Butcher and I and others like me will not forget this crime against our blood and against our Gods. It pisses me off that the 55 Club could write this fawning nonsense about Karl but I have already addressed this with Joe Sevnson. I do not know who you are or what the hell any of this has to do with you.
As far as your supposed werbsite is concerned-it does not even exist!