15/09/2016

Harold Covington’s Weird Aryan Histories with Sven Longshanks

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The Daily Traditionalist is taking a break for the week so we have some Aryan Narrations for you to take it’s place. They take the form of lessons about some of the stranger parts of our history as White people. If you like them you can read more of them for yourself in Harold Covington’s collection of Weird Aryan Histories.

Presented by Sven Longshanks

Weird Aryan History 1 - Sawney Beane


Scots still find it hard to believe that this actually happened. A twisted character named Sawney Beane and his incestuous family were found to be living in a cave and feasting on human flesh in the 1420s. Dozens of travellers had gone missing and their limbs would sometimes get washed up on the shore, but nobody guessed that humans could be living in a cave and on such a gruesome diet. Innocent people were even accused of the crimes before the real murderers were finally discovered and caught.

Weird Aryan History 1 - Sawney Beane




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Weird Aryan History 2 - The Fate of Franklin


Captain Sir John Franklin disappeared while trying to be the first to make his way from the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific, through the Arctic during the summer thaw of 1847. He and his team went missing, never to be found again. This was a huge mystery at the time, as if they had got into any trouble there were always the Inuit around who would have helped him. A clue as to what really happened to them lies in the new invention of canned meat, that they took with them for supplies.

Weird Aryan History 2 - The Fate of Franklin




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Weird Aryan History 3 - The Epitaph of Sulla


Lucius Cornelius Sulla was the first to seize the dictatorship of Rome and then to keep hold of it, instead of handing the reins of power back over again after 6 months. He forced through legislation to remake Rome in his own image and left one of the greatest epitaphs ever on his tomb, ‘no friend ever served me, no enemy ever wronged me, who I have not repaid in full’. He was correct, as we will learn in this third lesson from the series.

Weird Aryan History 3 - The Epitaph of Sulla




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Weird Aryan History 4 - Spring-Heeled Jack


Long before we were invaded by the mudmen a woman being groped was enough to shock the whole country. In 1837 there was a spate of such gropings, but instead of it being Mohammed responsible, a man with springs instead of legs was identified. This creature was seen jumping from the roofs of high buildings and was even known to spit blue flames and have eyes like balls of fire. After jumping the country and groping a women in America, the last reported sighting of the ficki-fiend was over 80 years later at London Central Railway station in 1920.

Weird Aryan History 4 - Spring-Heeled Jack




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Weird Aryan History 5 - The Synod Horrenda


The final lesson for the week may have been the inspiration for what was eventually done to Oliver Cromwell’s corpse, which was dug up and hanged for his crimes once he was already dead. Pope Formosus was dug up seven months after he had died and carried into the court room to be tried for perjury, coveting the papacy and violating canon law by his successor, Pope Steven VII in 897AD. He was found guilty of course and then sentenced to having his fingers chopped off. Within a few months of this happening however, Pope Steven VII was himself deposed, imprisoned and strangled to death, but this still wasn’t the end of it. The findings of the Synod Horrenda would go on to be annulled and reinstated depending on the whims of the current Pope. Strangely enough, there has never been a Pope Formosus II.

Weird Aryan History 5 - The Synod Horrenda




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