Know Your History: The Anglo-Saxon Calendar

The Anglo-Saxon Calendar


I think it’s safe to say that everybody reading this will agree that the world is becoming worse off for increased homogenisation and the differences between peoples gradually being ironed out.

In an era of aeroplanes and instant telecommunications it’s perhaps not realistic to go back to a world where each people had a completely different concept of time unique to their situation, but seeming as it’s New Year it’s worth having a look at how things could be done differently.

In the early Anglo-Saxon period before the Christianisation of England began in around 600, the year was split into 12 months of roughly 29 days based on the cycles of the moon. The Old English word for month ‘monath’ comes from the word for moon, ‘mona’.



Happy Wolf Moon!

January: Wolf Moon


The year’s first Full Moon, (January 6th) Wolf Moon, is named after howling wolves, but it’s also often called the Moon After Yule in the Anglo-Saxon tradition.

The name is thought to have a Celtic and Old English origin, brought over to North America by European settlers. Other Celtic names of the Full Moon include Stay Home Moon and Quiet Moon, while in some Native American cultures, it is called Severe Moon or Center Moon.

In Anglo-Saxon culture, January’s Full Moon was also called the Moon after Yule. Yule is the ancient winter solstice festival usually celebrated around December 21.



Hating the Saxon

Hating the Saxon: The Academic Battle Against The English Origin Story


While reading this I was reminded of Orwell’s quote:

He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.

Neo-Liberal Academia have been trying to revise, distort and marginalize the history of the White race to fit their agenda and worldview for over a century but the TRUTH always prevails in the end.





Our Roots, Our Present, Our Destiny

Our Roots, Our Present, Our Destiny

The recent announcement of the discovery of a 1,600 year old Anglo Saxon cemetery near Wendover in the Chilterns should both fascinate and thrill us. For it is yet another reminder of the way our racial forefathers lived and died in the hills, forests and vales that still surround us. The archaeologists involved in the dig, people like Dr. Rachel Wood of the Fusion Team, proclaiming ‘hugely significant’ and original finds like toothpicks, tweezers and eye-liner amongst the 138 graves containing 141 men, women and children.

For some great background on Anglo-Saxon society, check out this post over at Historical Vault 21 on Anglo-Saxon Kings.



Know, Embrace and Celebrate Your History: Our Ancestors, The Anglo-Saxons

Our Ancestors – The Anglo Saxons


Please share this with a young person in your circle of influence.

If we don’t Embrace and Celebrate our Roots, GloboHomo and Multiculturalism will dillute and destroy it.

Be Proud of Your Heritage and Culture!