Hohman's Pow Wows (or; Long Lost Friend)by Styxhexenhammer666Now that the Universal Fortune Teller of Mrs. Bridget is complete, it's time for a new edited work; and thankfully this time it's in semi-modern English and comes from the United States.
Hohman's "Pow Wows" has nothing at all to do with Mesoamerican ritualism; which is funny given the connotations of the title- instead, it's a fusion system between German ritualism (influenced, as I will explain,...
Wulf Sorensen: Voice of our Ancestors Now Availableby Styxhexenhammer666
And now comes Sorensen's "Voice of our Ancestors." This interesting little tract comes from the middle of the 1930s in the lead-up to the rise of the third reich and the beginning of the second world war.
It shows the alienation of the traditionalists at the time and the rise of folkish mentalities- some of which were more vicious than others, just as leftist ideologies followed the...