Freyja Hof’s MuseOriginally posted by Odinia on Saturday, September 8, 2012, Censored by Zog-Google
The Scotch…even their flowers are uncooperative! Can you imagine what our ancient European ancestors would think of a bunch of foreigners and traitors who were enslaving them through usury and wanted to sell out their country and its people to be used in foreign wars? Would they be simpering up to them and inviting them to tea, and calling their own religious celebration parties, “holiday parties” so as not to offend them?
I see so many people spending so much time and energy trying to smooth things over and cover them up and roll around on the floor with their bellies up to Zionists. When they are not doing this they are pontificating about themselves. They might as well not even be human beings they are so pliant, self centered, whiny and wimpy…and, it would seem… willing to do anything to fit in with the PC Zionist agenda, like some sort of wet petunias. Now this spiky unfriendly little flower has the opposite view!
About the Author: Seana Fenner is an Oxford educated Odinist leader and archaeoastronomer, and the writer and narrator of the Odinist video redes and blóts on the Odinistpodcast Channel. She has done extensive research on the ancient world, both at archaeological sites, and research libraries and museums. Her main topics of research are Odinism an archaeoastronomy, and she has degrees in archaeology, history, English literature, and religion. Seana Fenner is especially active in regard to European civil rights issues and freedom of religion and speech. Most recently, she has worked for the NASA Infared Telecope, and as a lecturer, creating and teaching archaeoastronomy courses for the physics department at the University of Hawaii. She has also given history, natural history, and science lectures for the Harvard Museum of Natural History and for private jet tour expeditions. For more about her research, and upcoming book, see her Author’s Guild page here. To submit and article to the Odinist Journal Foxfire, or to join our Odinist email newsletter, or Odinia International, please contact us at Odinia@outlook.com