To exist is to defy all that threatens you. To be a rebel is not to accumulate a library of subversive books or to dream of fantastic conspiracies or of taking to the hills. It is to make yourself your own law. To find in yourself what counts. To make sure that you’re never “cured” of your youth. To prefer to put everyone up against the wall rather than to remain supine. To pillage whatever can be converted to your law, without concern for appearance.Dominique Venner (via hyperb0rean)
For all those who say “Race is only skin deep”
Brennus and His Share of the Spoils — Paul Jamin, 1893
The smugness of that Gallic barbarian is commendable. Real life folk should think back to this painting before they attempt to look smug, realise they aren’t in the midst of invading Rome and about to do horrible things to concubines, and stop looking so bloody smug.
Sacred Horse of the Germanic peoples
"The fylfot is Our sacred symbol in motion and is the active representation of our Sacred Spiral. Where it is We are. From its center comes all and goes all." - H. Millard
How they’re destroying our wonderful world.
Freemasonry is completely Jewish too!
Armor of Henry II of France
This is one of the most elaborate and complete French parade armors, and it retains much of its original coloring. The surfaces are covered by dense foliate scrolls inhabited by human figures and a variety of fabulous creatures that derive from the Italian grotesque. The decoration includes, at the center of the breast, a Roman warrior receiving tribute of arms from two kneeling females and, on the shoulders, Apollo chasing the nymph Daphne (front) and Apollo with the slain monster Python (back). The crescent moon, one of the badges of Henry II (reigned 1547–59), appears in several places.
Twenty original design drawings for this armor survive. One is by Jean Cousin the Elder; the rest are by either Étienne Delaunne or Baptiste Pellerin. All three were distinguished Parisian artists of the mid-sixteenth century.