Healer of the battlefields

Vinland Heritage

Dear pagan readers,

Let me introduce you to a plant used in medicine for tensof thousandsof years. It was even a part of our neanderthal ancestors pharmacy in prehistory. But we use to link it with greek antiquity because the origin of his name is linked to a greek hero which everyone knows, and also because it is mentionned in the great books of herbal lore of antiquity. It is a plant undeniably linked to the battlefield and war in general as the title of this article suggest.

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According to Pliny the Elder, the Romannaturalistof the first centuryAD,itsname comes fromἈχιλλεύς(Achilles),hero of the Greekmythology,who used itto heal Τήλεφος(Telephus) wounds in the Trojan war. This herbal secret, according to Ὅμηρος(Homer), was conveyed to his pupil by Χείρων(Chiron) the centaur. Achillea millefolium was…

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Why Ôðalism?

This is one of the most beautiful posts that I have read. Thank you Varg for spreading the light to so many people, and hopefully many more to come.

Thulean Perspective

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Ôðalism is in the strictest sense an ideology based on blood (of the native population) and soil (the homeland of the native population); protecting, promoting and if necessary reviving the customs, traditions, world view, values and religion that naturally came from each particular population in their homeland. It can be applied to each and every people on this planet, and will also be different to each and every people on this planet, because they are in essence different from each other. Ôðalism promotes true diversity; respect for every people’s right to have their own unique culture in their own native homelands. Africa for Native Africans. America for Native Americans. Asia for Native Asians. Australia for Native Australians. Europe for Native Europeans. The human population of this planet will be rich only if we keep the diversity, and make sure that no human races are…

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