- What is Wotanism?
- Is Wotanism for everyone?
- If I don’t believe in Wotanism will I be eternally damned?
- Is racial pride hate?
- Are Wotanists political?
- Do you use holy books or writings in Wotanism?
- How does one practice Wotanism?
“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children” -14 words David Lane For generations folk of European decent have relied upon the teachings of middle eastern Philosophers written on decaying parchments called the Bible and the Torah also the Koran. Now Wotanism existed long before those principals were forced upon us in Europe. Wotanism is like the instinct that migrates birds to their natural habitat and causes the salmon to swim up stream. It is written in blood and not ink. It will never fade away. Wotanism will die when the last white man dies and no sooner. Wotanism is the pride you have when you hold up a new born child and realize it’s eyes are like yours. The ones who push the alien religion upon us might call that evil, but when you search your heart your soul laughs with joy and you know that it is good …. It is very good. The second precept of David Lanes 88 precepts states “Whatever peoples perception of God, or Gods or the motive force of the universe might be. They can hardly deny that Nature’s Laws are the work of, and therefore the intent of, that force.”
No. Nature reveals to us the sacred beauty of diversity. That is why each folk family of the human race have developed and evolved each their own way to explore the wonders of their existence.
No. We think that’s nonsense. Wotanism is belief in the natural order. Wotanists benefit by understanding their own roles in nature and helping to preserve it, including their own racial pride.
No, it’s love of one’s folk or family. A bear does not feel hate when protecting their cubs from predators.
Not in the modern sense . We do not acknowledge this political system as it violates natural law but we believe in being responsible especially concerning the environment and family issues.
88 Precepts by David Lane
Words of Havamal
Carl Jung’s Essay On Wotan
Works of Guido Von List
There are many great pieces of literature on Wotanism.
Precept #4 in David Lanes 88 Precepts states “The truest form of prayer is communion with nature. It is not vocal. Go to a lonely spot, if possible a mountaintop, on a clear, star-lit night, ponder the majesty and order of the infinite macrocosm. Then consider the intricacies of the equally infinite microcosm. Understand that you are on the one hand inconsequential beyond comprehension in the size of things, and on the other hand, you are potentially valuable beyond comprehension as a link in destiny’s chain. There you begin to understand how pride and self can co-exist with respect and reverence. There we find harmony with Nature and with harmony comes strength, peace and certainty.” Also, we have short rituals that we use to harmonize with nature. Study the 88 precepts, all the works of David Lane and other relevant sources.
“Because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth”