Excellent Job by Lana and Red Ice TV on the History of OUR Holiday, the Yuletide. Please Help Support them Financially!

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The Myth Behind the Yule Celebration

Published on Dec 12, 2016 – This is an excerpt from a previous video titled, The True Origins of Kwanzaa, Hanukkah & Christmas. Lana tells the myth behind the Jul (Yule) celebration, which is still alive in Christmas.

The Origins of the Lucia Tradition

Published on Dec 12, 2016 – Henrik tells the myth behind the Lucia tradition still celebrated in Nordic countries today. This old tradition is now under threat by antiWhite leftists seeking to make it an all inclusive celebration where all people can be included in the ritual, not just young beautiful Scandinavian girls.

4 Comments on Excellent Job by Lana and Red Ice TV on the History of OUR Holiday, the Yuletide. Please Help Support them Financially!

  1. This is truly beautiful.

    This is TRUE HISTORY!!!

    This is what we need to uncover and revive here!

    Not stories about Hitlers last days in the bunker.

    What an excellent job by the two of them!

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  2. Very impressive. Wonder why we don’t see and hear more of this. And you make a great point there Rich instead of WWII revision why not spend more time on our ancient cultural traditions? Do you recommend just donating to them or is it worth it to sign up for their services?

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  3. Well, she can speak for Nordics but these celebrations were nothing new nor confided to Nordic Countries.
    Most ancient white peoples had similar festivals.
    On the 25th December each year the ancient Egyptians celebrated the birth of Horus, the ‘Son of God’, who was born of the virgin Isis. It was referred to as: ‘The Day of the child in his cradle’. To celebrate his birthday the Egyptians gave gifts, feasted and placed palm branches in their homes, these branches were used because they represented eternal life. Sounds like our Christmas celebration, does it not?
    The Roman Elite dominated church incorporated these traditions into their (religare) RELIGION.

    http://www.worldbulletin.net/history/125609/christmas-before-christ-december-25-and-paganism

    Irregardless, I LOVE Christmas by any name.

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