A Dedication to the Franks

Although my focus on history is usually centred on my native country of Scotland and the British Isles, I wish to explore the history of one of the Teutonic tribes from Continental Europe. The reason for this is that I have more recently felt drawn towards Continental Germanic spirituality as opposed to the Norse or …

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To be an ‘Aryan’

The word 'Aryan' is one that has been misunderstood and abused for almost a century, conjuring up images of the concept of 'Herrenvolk' (“Master Race”) as understood by the German National Socialists and is sadly synonymous to many with the idea of White racial superiority. This consigns the definition of this ancient word into a …

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An ethnographic history of Scotland, Part II: The Germanic tribes

In recent years, the peoples of Britain have been steadily divided along national lines for political purposes, and a dichotomy has been presented between 'Celtic' Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and 'Anglo-Saxon' England; which has been used to strengthen a false nationalism, not based on race, but on the extent of state authority. Yet history …

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