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posted 7 months ago by MrBojangles in Frenworld (+4 / -0 )
posted 7 months ago by MrBojangles in Frenworld (+4 / -0 )
posted 7 months ago by MrBojangles in Frenworld (+3 / -0 )
posted 7 months ago by MrBojangles in Frenworld (+4 / -0 )
I found out about the painter via this YouTube video about the Apocryphon of John, he’s the guy who did the background image:
Then I found this website dedicated to him and it has a gallery of his work:
Then months go by and I’m listening to this Jay Weidner video about hollow earth, and he made the claim that FDR sent Roerich to Tibet to investigate Shambhala. I get different answers as to what Shambhala is when I search it, but Jay in the video says that it’s, according to legend, a location where there’s an entrance to the hollow earth. Other things I’ve found don’t seem to go that far but that’s what Jay said.
They get into Antarctica as well.
So I started looking into this Roerich connection to FDR and I found this article, which goes more into his history and apparently his connection to FDR was through Henry Wallace (future FDR VP). He has connections to Blavatsky and a lot of other big names back then.
It was just some crazy connections that fell into my lap, figured it may be interesting for anyone studying WWII mysticism.
This has some cool archival footage of Antarctica
This video is interesting because he not only gives an explanation as to how our ancestors would have worshipped, but he also goes through some etymological analysis to show you how certain towns, lakes, rivers, words, etc. in Europe are named after different aspects of their pagan beliefs. For example, Wednesday being Woden's Day (Odin) and various other examples.
Survive The Jive is a great channel for anyone interested in European history, ancestry, and pre-Christian mythology and beliefs:
Homesteading: 5 Essential Knots (
posted 1 year ago by MrBojangles in ConsumeProduct (+9 / -0 )
There's better, meatier content here, less memes. Nothing wrong with memes but it's nice to come here and be able to get cool documentaries, lectures, and more thoughtful content.
Norse Mythology Audio (
posted 1 year ago by MrBojangles in ConsumeProduct (+5 / -0 )
What I like about this recording is it has classical music spliced in so it makes it more epic.
This is a cross-post from dot win, someone posted it the other day. It's just a really pleasant half hour documentary about a guy who built a cabin in the woods in Alaska.
This is something you'll deal with if you're buying lumber from a lumber yard.
Consoom Farm Dog Basics (
posted 1 year ago by MrBojangles in ConsumeProduct (+5 / -0 )
The Prose Edda forms the basis of what the world knows as Norse mythology, and contains legends of the creation of the cosmos and the best-known stories of Odin, Thor, and the other gods.
The Prose Edda, also known as the Younger Edda, Snorri's Edda (Icelandic: Snorra Edda) or, historically, simply as Edda, is an Old Norse textbook written in Iceland during the early 13th century. The work is often assumed to have been to some extent written, or at least compiled, by the Icelandic scholar, lawspeaker, and historian Snorri Sturluson c. 1220. It is considered the fullest and most detailed source for modern knowledge of Norse mythology, the body of myths of the North Germanic peoples, and draws from a wide variety of sources, including versions of poems that survive into today in a collection known as the Poetic Edda.
posted 1 year ago by MrBojangles in ConsumeProduct (+8 / -1 )
I've really liked this Survive The Jive channel, very inspiring stuff and I like how he interprets history.
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