Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Ingui - The Sacral King (Part One)

The so-called 'Tripartite System' of the Aryans is made up of three distinct Castes, each one having a relationship with a part of the human body (and thus with the Cosmos). This is clear from the Aryan Myths and Aryan Legends and we can also add that each part of the system has a 'wound' of some kind which marks that particular Caste with an 'identity' -

Woden - Wounded in the eye which represents the head, the Priest-King Caste.

Tiw - Wounded in the hand which represents the arms, the Warrior-AEthlinga Caste. 

Wayland - Wounded in the knees which represents the legs, the Craftsman-Artisan Caste.

If we study this we can also find the secret of what is known as the Crane Stance where the person stands on one leg, holds one arm behind the back and closes one eye. This stance holds within itself the whole of the human-earthly-cosmic make-up since it unifies all three Castes into the whole. We usually see the Third Caste as the 'Farmer-Provider' Caste, but this is really the Caste that is based upon virility and fertility - the role of Ingui-Frey. Thus, we have four distinct Castes, the latter being left out of the Crane Stance. I would suggest that Tiw/Tir and Thor/Tor may well have been once almost interchangeable or even stem from one figure who represented the Warrior-AEthinga. If we do not accept this then Thunor, one of the most important Gods, does not fit anywhere into this Caste System - which he should do, of course.

Thunor or Thor seems to have developed from the earlier Axe-God who the Frisians named Forseti, a name which may have been directly linked to 'Thor' in sound 'For' - 'Thor'. Wotan's Kreiger covered this on one of his blogs, so I need not develop this too far. Suffice it to say that Forseti was an ancient Law-Maker, God of the Axe (Justice) and God of Springs (The Source). He ruled over twelve Asegir (AEsir) and was associated with the sea, as Jorgen Spanuth suggests thus being the Greek Poseidon ('Spouse of Don' which is interesting since Don-Danu-Idunn are likely the same). 

Tiw is the 'God of Balance' whose symbol is the Tiw-Rune which shows the balance in having both arms. When he loses his 'right hand' his symbol becomes the Lagu-Rune which has lost this balance. This is perhaps clearer when we look at the Celtic equivalent Nuada or Nudd who also loses his right hand, but who has a silver hand to replace it - silver always represents a Lunar Symbol. Nuada is no longer a 'Solar-God' but now uses the more lunar and instinctive-intuitive side, hence why Woden 'replaces' him as the High God. (Lagu is the Rune of Sorcery and Magic at one level.)

Why has Ingui-Frey been left out of this system, since his name is associated with the 'groin' - the IE Root *ingwe means 'groin'? This is the region of fertility and also virility, both of which are extremely important to a people, and which, when this fails, makes for the destruction of that people. When this figure 'disappears' (as we shall see) the people no longer produce strong and healthy offspring, and that people (as history proves) is destroyed and disappears from history. Not only that, when this god-form 'disappears' the land becomes a Wasteland

Let us first look at the idea of 'The Wasteland' since in the Graal Mythos (which is the key to these ideas) this is called Logres, a name obviously linked to the Lagu-Rune. Logres is always taken to be England and today's events seem to verify this as being true - true of today's England anyway, as well as other European Nations. The land becomes a 'wasteland' due to the wounding of the Sacral King - the 'Fisher-King'. This, again, is the key to the Mysteries of Ingui, as I hope to show here. Ingui is linked in some strange way to the Lagu-Rune, a theme that I will take up here to prove my point. 

We should here once more take up the idea or 'seed' that Wotan's Krieger mentioned about Ingui and Krist, since this is of extreme importance to my arguments here. Krist is the 'Son of Man(nus)' which is clear in Germanic Lore, and he is also the Celtic Mabon whose name means the same 'son of', from which developed the Welsh 'mab' which then developed into 'ap'; it is also the Scottish-Irish 'mac' or 'mc'. Wherever the suffix -ing is used it refers to the 'offspring' or 'sons of' when referring to an Germanic Tribe. It would seem that in English the suffix -son was used like 'Mac', 'Mc' or 'ap' such as in 'Robertson' ('Son of Robert'), 'Richardson' ('Son of Richard') etc. Names such as 'Golding' may perhaps retain the suffix -ing. 

The key to this is that Mabon is 'kidnapped' and hidden away, and he has to be rescued in order that he takes up his true role as the 'Saviour'. Now, we do not seem to find this in the figure of Ingui, but I have shown before how Ingui is linked to Agni of the Vedas. In fact Agni seems to have been 'lost' (a variation of being kidnapped) -

'Agni is living in the subterranean waters...the blessed oblation bearer is asleep in the waters...' 

Here we have direct links between Agni and 'The Deep'; and Agni is Ingui and also linked to Hama-Heimdall (as I have shown before). Hama-Heimdall, interestingly, is Rig-Hama who brings the Caste-System down to mankind. In the system of Rig-Earl-Ceorl-Thrall we find a four-tier Caste System that fits with what I have said above. The key to this is the 'Quest' that is necessary to find the 'lost' Sacral King', a 'Quest' that we may now link to the 'Quest for the Holy Grail'. 

Let us first go on to the 'Quest for the Holy Grail' since this is where the key lies to what I am going to explore. There are two distinct meanings to the roots of the expression 'Holy Grail' which stems from the French 'Sangreal' -

San Greal - 'Holy Grail'

Sang Real - 'Holy Blood'

This is a clever play-on-words used by Sun-Initiates who hid these secrets in mediaeval times, but we should not overlook the much earlier roots of this, whose secrets lie in our own English Rune Row in the three Grail-Runes - Calc, Stan and Gar. The term 'Holy Blood' is represented by the Ing-Rune, since this is the Rune of the Blood, and also the Rune of the DNA Code (as the shape of the English version shows us). But... the Germanic Ing-Rune is shaped as the 'Diamond-Ing' which actually represents England - the 'Land of Ing' - which becomes 'The Wasteland'. 

I have a feeling that Ingui is the 'Fisher-King' who has a 'wasting-wound' in the thigh (symbolic of the 'groin') and thus is the cause of the loss of virility-fertility of the land, but also of the Folk. He is thus Amfortas who is wounded in the thigh and who has to be healed before the Land and Folk can become whole again, and to do this the 'knights' ('Ridder') must seek the Grail, and 'ask the question'. This is down to Parsifal (The Pure Fool and the 'Son of the Widow') and Gawain who both have a strong part in this quest. It is very important to note that the wound of Amfortas can only be healed through the quest being fulfilled by Parsifal (The Pure Fool) who is The Hooded Man. The 'wound' is aggravated when it comes under the Sign of Saturn! This is extremely important since Saturn here represents the 'Satanic-Force' which is the evil force that controls the planet today. It is this force which has caused 'The Wasteland' in the first place.

Before I go further it must now be underlined that the 'Holy Blood' and 'Ingui' are thus one and the same, and they are represented by the Ing-Rune which is the 'Rune of the Blood'. Hence the importance of the Gift of Ing which is a theme that recurs over and over again within Germanic Lore.

As I have said before, the 'Gift of Ing' occurs over and over again, in the Ing-Rune, the Edel-Rune and the Gar-Rune, all of which are linked together within these Mysteries of Ing. It also crops up in the Holy White Stone of Ing which can be found in the Sussex Church as Steyning ('Stone-Ing'). Here the 'Gift of Ing' can be seen as the Inga-Fire (Agni-Fire) which is proven by the runes - Gyfu ('gift') - Ken (Inga-Fire) - and Ing. The pattern of the Holy White Stone could be seen as a 'Man' and thus the 'Gift of Ing' (Holy Blood) can be found within the genetic make-up of Man (not the 'human race' or 'mankind' in general but the descendants of Ingui). There are distinct moves to destroy the 'Sons of Ingui' wherever they are around the world, and this can be no coincidence.

There are distinct parallels in various myths around the world with a divine figure who is 'wounded' or 'cut up' and who is associated with the totem of the Boar. We have Osiris (Egypt), Shiva (Aryan India), Pryderi (Welsh), Bran (*) (Welsh), Diarmund (Irish) and in 'Grimm's Fairy Tales' where we find that a youngest brother is slain by his elder brother who claims a boar. The body of the younger brother is buried but a shepherd comes across a bone from which he creates a pipe. On blowing the pipe he hears the words -

Ah friend, thou blowest upon my bone!
Long have I lain beside the water: 
My brother slew me for the boar,
And took for his wife the King's young daughter.

(*) Bran is the 'Bron' of the Grail Mythos who is the 'Fisher-King'. The 'Head of Bran' was supposed to be buried under the White Tower to guard Albion, and even today the Ravens of Woden (Huginn and Munin) are the two ravens who are present at the Tower of London. 

The Solar-Boar of Ingui

This is the Tale of Hamlet and thus the secret again lies in 'The Pure Fool' who is The Hooded Man. The 'Son of the Widow' is Horus or Hamlet, but it is also the Krist (who is known as the 'Son of the Widow' in masonic lore, which holds certain secrets though distorted by the 'Counter-Initiation'). Ingui, it really needs no saying, is connected to the Boar. 

This is all associated with a 'Ritual Death' based upon being strangled (or head cut off), pierced with a spear/slain by arrows, and drowned (and/or sometimes burned by fire). This type of 'Ritual Death' is associated with Ingeld (Scylding Saga) and Ingcel (Irish Saga). Since this takes place at the Winter Sunwend (Midwinter) the death of Robert Mathews may be linked to this Archetypal Myth, his burning within the hall taking place on December 8th which is in the Wolfmoon (December) close to Midwinter, and near 'Woden's Day' on December 6th each year (dedicated to 'St. Nicholas' who is Nicor/Nikuda, a title of Woden). (**)

(**) We should note that the same happens to the figure of Bran who is killed (wounded in the thigh) and then beheaded, but his hall is also destroyed by fire when Irish forces attack it. 

We have all the associations here with Ingui -

  • Wounded in the thigh (IE Root *ingwe means 'thigh'.
  • Fire Ingui is a Fire-God.

What we do not have is the beheading and the Severed Head being associated with Ingui, but we do have a legend (originating in Ireland as far as we can go as yet) of Cu Chullain (***) who becomes the 'Green Knight' (a Middle English tale) and who is beheaded in the 'Beheading Game' which seems to be associated with a figure very much like Bran - Mimir. Mimir is also connected to 'memory' and thus to 'Blood Memory' - and thus to Ingui. So we can find a distant link with Ingui, although this is not clear by any means. But Mimir is a very old figure and so important as to be the one who is the basis of the wisdom of Woden, and whose head Woden consults in order to become a 'seer'. There is also a parallel in the Norse Sagas in Hrolf Kraki in Saxo Grammaticus's Danish History; the name 'Kraki' is said to mean 'crow', which is the same a Bran which means 'raven' or 'crow'. These are connected with the Midwinter Festival and, since we have no trace of this festival in the Celtic world the roots seem to be more Germanic than Celtic. The Celts used Samhain (October 31st) for the same festival since this was the first day of their new year, which we can see this as originally a Midwinter Festival. 

(***) I have shown in an earlier post how Cu Chulainn is  one-eyed in some parts of the legend. 

There is also a tale of Macc Oc (or Mac Og) associated with New Grange in Leinster, Ireland. Mac Og 'usurps' the position of the 'Old King' through a conflict between him and Elcmar; in this conflict the foster-father of Mac Og loses an eye. The name 'Macc Og' or 'Mac Og' means 'Young Son' and this happened during a time of peace, a theme associated with Ingui-Frey and Frodi. Newgrange, as I have shown before is associated with Venus, and thus to the Waene-Gods which include Freyr. We should also note that Njord, father of Frey-Freya, is associated with the sea and thus with water. It is also important to note that in the Rites of Nerthus the Goddess (Freya-Nerthus) rides in a wagon and is associated with a sacred pool where those present are drowned after the rites. (There are certain hints that the island could have been Anglesey (Angle's Island) as I have mentioned before.)

There are certain common themes that we should note here concerning 'god-slayers' -

  • Beli ('Brightness') slays Bran.
  • Goronw Pebr ('The Fiery') slays Lleu.
  • Fergus Mac Roich is killed by the blind Lugaid ('Light').
  • Conaire Mor is slain by Ingcel, the one-eyed raider from the sea.
  • Baeldaeg (Fire-Day) is slain by the blind Hodr.
  • Surt (Fire-Giant) slays Ingui-Frey.

In Norse Mythology Odin is often referred to as being 'blind' or even 'double-blind' so these 'blind' figures may refer to being 'one-eyed' rather than totally blind. The underlying theme seems to be that a one-eyed figure slays the 'God of Light'. One other connection seems to be water and we can see here the link between these ideas an the Lagu-Rune. On the Gundestrup Cauldron we find the symbol of a figure being drowned in a vat, and a row of horsemen riding away, suggesting a ritual death-to-rebirth involved here. 

I am here going to relate an astounding 'synchronicity' which happened as I was thinking about this post yesterday. Hamasson sent me a link to a piece by Renegade Tribune about J.R.R Tolkien and his use of the name Rohan and Rohirrim in the Lord of the Rings. As this piece states, the Rohirrim were the Horse-Riders of Rohan, also called the Eorlingas (Earlingas) whom he based around the Anglo-Saxons. One of the very interesting comments was that he used the Anglo-Saxons as 'horse-riders' because he may have thought that the reason why they lost at the Battle of Hastings was due to their lack of cavalry, which was the superior power used by the Normans. Now, we do know that the Anglo-Saxons used horses much earlier since we find in one of the Sutton Hoo graves an aethlinga buried with his steed, and also we find mention in the Old English Rune-Poem of the bow being the weapon of the horsemen. Since there is obviously a connection between the Saka (Scythians) and the Sac-Sons (Saxons) this connection with the horse may go back into the far distant past. The use of the White Horse Banner by the Rohirrim and that it was the symbol used in Kent and parts of Germany where the Saxons dwelt is thus important to this argument. 

We have to consider something here because the Norman invasion, financed by the money-lenders of that time and backed by the Pope (Catholic Church) may have led to the English Aristocracy being usurped in favour of Norman and Breton overlords, but this obviously resulted in the English Royal Blood being retained within the Common Folk of England, thus perhaps saving it (partly) from the ravages of the Church and State at a later time. The article sees Tolkien's use of the Anglo-Saxons as horsemen as being a kind of 'resurrection' of the English at a later time. Indeed, this fits exactly with the Gundestrup Cauldron where the footman is being fed into the Vat of Water (****), out of which the horsemen are seen galloping away - 'resurrected'. Not only that but the figure of the Horned God (Woden - Herne the Hunter) presides over the ritual. The Gundestrup Cauldron has been seen as 'Celtic' but some scholars now see a Scythian link - a link to the Saca-Sons. The Gundestrup Cauldron also shows a Wolf beside a female figure (Nerthus); the 'vat' or the 'lake' is symbolic of the ancient Cauldron of Regeneration. 

(****) This 'Vat of Water' theme can also be found in the Ynglingatal where Fyolnir - Son of Ingui-frey - the King of Uppsala ('Upp' = upward [towards the Gods] and -sala = hall or originally as 'sael' being a Holy Temple of wood maybe) is drowned in a Vat of Mead - perhaps a far better end than being drowned in water, at least one would be 'merry' on the mead. 

One point on this 'drowning' is that it is quite possible that the 'vat' actually represents the earlier idea of the Sacral King being drowned in the Sacred Lake of the Goddess Nerthus (this legend was attributed to tribes of the Angles). 

One further point on the Lord of the Rings is that the Rohirrim are the heroes together with the King of Gondor (Aragorn) and the Shire-Folk who include Frodo (Frodi - Ingui). Also, not stated in the film, the Rohirrim are the descendants of the ancient Numenoreans as were the Dunedain from which Aragorn came. Aragorn is the son of Ara-Thorn of the Dunedain - the 'Men of the West'. These all came from Atalante (At-al-land) whence the Numenorians ruled as a High Race but fell from grace when some of their rulers embraced Dark Magic and the rule of Sauron and the Dark Forces. Aragorn, it must also be said, was Half-Elven, as was Gandalf the Wizard, and there are many cases of men being half-man and half-elven. Ingui is, it must be remembered, Lord of the Elves. 

We can see in the figure of 'The Son' as being 'asleep in the waters' as the Kundalini-Force which is dormant at the base of the spine. This is the Inga-Fire or Agni-Fire which has to be 'awakened' in order to rise upwards into the spiritual realms (Asgard). This then takes another turn when the Fire-Serpent moves downwards along the spine to spiritualise the Earth and Matter - the Spirit (Son) descending into Matter (Mater = The Mother Earth). Another 'synchronicity' was that yesterday I very kindly received an ALU Pendant from Steed who said he had also given Hamasson one in exchange for his gift of a Thunor's Hammer to his baby daughter Ingrid who was named at the last Folk-Moot we held in Nottinghamshire. The ALU-Formula is our own spiritual exercise designed around the Inga-Fire or 'Fire-Serpent'. The Ur-Centre is around the area where our 'ur-ine' is stored, and thus to 'water' in one sense - it seems to be an area of 'Fire-in-Water' when looked at this way. We shall consider this later (if I remember, age being a criteria here). 

The central Energy-Centre of the ALU Formula is Lagu which represents the Solar-Plexus/Heart Centre and the Sacred Blood, as well as the Blood-Memory. This is connected to 'The Wasteland' named as 'Logres' through the similarity between Lagu and Logres. In Wolfram von Eschenbach's version of the Grail Mythos the Broken Sword is reforged under the 'Grey Rock' in the Waters of Lac (Lagu-Rune); the area concerned is guarded by a 'Dragon' whose symbol is the Fylfot-Swastika. This German version is far more mystical and magical than most of the others, and von Eschenbach seems to have been an Initiate of a high degree. The Celtic versions of this have two swords, one being Excalibur which is taken from a Stone (based upon the Legend of Sigmund whose sword is taken from the Barnstock Oak) and the other being taken from a lake, given by the 'Lady of the Lake'. We can see in this that one sword (which was broken) was seen as two swords, the latter being reforged under a Grey Rock in a Lake. The 'Broken Sword' is the Broken S-Word ('Sun-Word') and is connected to the theme where the original letter ng (Ing) has been 'broken' into two letters - 'n' and 'g' ('Need' - 'Gift'). 

Here, again, I see that there is some kind of hidden working within these ideas, since Troy Southgate once posited that the Holy White Stone of Ing could contain not only the 'Gift of Ing' through the Gyfu-Ken-Ing runes, but the 'cross' (added) may have been a Nyd-Rune, and thus we also have the 'Need of Ing' (Wagner's Nothung) which is the Sword of Sigmund in the Ring Cycle. 

The three Grail Runes originate in the Four Hallows or the four objects of the Irish Tuatha de Danaan who, we are told in Irish Legend, came 'from the North' i.e. Northern Europe or Scandinavia as we know it - the 'Shining Land' ('Scandi' means 'shining', and was the island on which Sheaf landed to become the Sacral King of the Inglingas.) These objects are symbolised in the last four runes of the Old English Rune-Poem - Sword (Sweorth), Cauldron (Calc), Stone (Stan) and Spear (Gar). The connection that stands clear here is between the ancient Germanic Tribes (Tegeinlg and Gangani) who occupied the area of Leinster in Ireland. The 'feasting-halls' such as Emhain Macha and Dun Ailinne can be found in Leinster and connected to Ulster and the Ulster Cycle. There are names such as 'Dunn' which is found in Irish, Scottish and the name of an Anglo-Saxon monk from the Eighth Century (Anglo-Saxon Chronicles), seemingly a connection between these three areas (the Scots came from Ireland). 

The Ritual Death of the Sacral King (Ingui) shows King Frodi who rides on a 'wagon' (mentioned in the Old English Rune-Poem) which tours the land awaiting his rebirth. This archetypal myth seems to have been tagged onto the death of Rufus the Red who is slain by an arrow and whose body is taken around the land in a wagon, He may have been a Norman King but his legend may hide much deeper and ancient roots. 

Who killed Cock Robin?
I, said the sparrow,
With my bow and arrow, 
I killed Cock Robin.

This 'nursery rhyme' is an English Myth recalling the death of 'Cock Robin' who, like the 'Cock-Horse' of the tale of Banbury Cross, could be a play-on-words for 'coch' which is Welsh for 'red' - Rufus means 'red'. (*****) This is also connected to the hardy English bird, the Robin, whose 'red-breast' symbolises the 'blood-wound' of the Sacral King. Somehow, hidden within the death of a Norman King is the Legend of Robin Hood - The Hooded Man. He is the Sacral King who is slain by arrows and then driven around the land in a Wagon; the king slain with arrows is Baeldaeg, Herebald and King Edmund, the Last of the Wuffinga Kings. The 'wagon' is that of Ingui-Frey and the Goddess Freya (Nerthus) and the Ritual Slaying of the Sacral King is the core of the Waen-Cults. The planet of the Waene - Venus - is the Star of Resurrection.

(*****) The 'Rufus Stone' lies in the area of the New Forest and is where this 'Sacral King' is supposed to have been slain (by accident). The arrow that slew him deflected (the legend goes) from an Oak Tree nearby - the Oak being symbolic of the English Folk-Hero, Robin Hood. It should be noted here that in the Battle of Hastings the last English King, Harold, is slain by an arrow piercing his eye. I have noted a connection with the French through the Angevins, whose name could be rendered 'Ang-Wines' or 'Friends of Ing'.

Sacral Kingship appears to have the following features -

  • The king is of divine descent.
  • An element of the divine is believed to be vitally present in the king.
  • The king is believed to be the representative of the deity on earth (an avatar).
  • The king's 'luck' (Konigsheil) forms the basis of his power. His is a mana-like quality of 'luck' (known as heil) and he has supernatural powers.
  • The society ruled by the king is religious in form.
  • The king is married to a bride that represents the land (Sovereign) who personifies the well-being of the realm.
  • The slaying of the Sacral King is done to bring fertility to the land and the people. 
  • Often the Sacral King is the offspring of a God and 'Giant' and we do find many Gods as having Joten-Roots. 
  • The Sacral King was a Priest-King, a role later split into two distinct parts - King and Priest, but which were once one and the same.
  • He is subject to 'fate' and thus his death is not heroic but an accident or an act of treachery (as in the case of Baeldaeg), and sometimes rather comic in nature. Very often he has a geis that he must not break, but which he cannot avoid breaking due to the circumstances of the time. 

In a work by Walter Baetke based around 'Yngvi and the Ynglinga' which equates Ingui with Sacral Kingship he traces this back to the ancient Kings of Uppsala. Ingui is the Inguna-Freyr of the Lokasenna. Thus Ingui is directly seen as the Archetypal Sacral King.

The Sacral King seems to form the more recent German 'Fuhrer and the Folk' which sees the Germanic Leader (Fuhrer) (******) as the 'Soul of the Folk' or the Tulka as Miguel Serrano sees this concept. He does not merely represent the Folk - he is 'The Folk'. This can actually be seen in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings where Theoden King (said this way to mimic the Old English tongue) has a name related to theod meaning 'people' or 'folk'. Theoden King is the Sacral King who is the Folk; in the saga he does not want to go to the aid of Gondor, but he does so because - knowing it will be the death of him - he feels duty-bound to do so (a concept missing in modern society). 

(******) The term 'Fuhrer' suggests 'Fury' and a connection to Woden but I have shown that a connection between Woden and Ingui can be seen in the name 'Ygg' which is a by-name of Woden. 

It should be noted that the Wolsungas, and thus their offshoot, the Wulfingas, were associated with the Waene through the 'Apple of Frigga' which rejuvenated the Wolsunga Royal Line which was threatened. It is also clear that a connection between the Waene-Cult based around a husband-wife/brother-sister (Frey and Freya) can be found when a brother-sister relationship bears fruit in the continuation of the Wolsunga Line. 

The Quest for the Holy Grail seems to be a quest for the Mystery of Ingui, a quest to revive the most ancient Sacral Kingship once again. Sacral Kingship can be seen in a comic light but also in a very tragic light too, the Sacral King seems to be a fusion of 'God' and 'Giant' and thus is neither/both and is in reality a new being made from the fusion of opposites - an important point. We can see in the figure of Ingui-Freyr (whose symbol is the Solar Boar) the Sacral King who is wed to the land (Gerda - Sovereign). To find Gerda, Ingui-Frey sits in the High Seat of Woden, he takes the seat of the High God (becoming the High God). He gives up his sword and thus has to fight with a Stag's Horn (The Horned God Symbol) at Ragnarok where he falls to the Fires of Surt. 

We are going back to a time when the roles of Woden and Tiw were the same, that of a Priest-King. In some ways this is actually seen in the figure of Woden who is a Priest-Magician and a Leader-Fuhrer. Thus Woden seems to unite the two in what was once an original form or Ur-Form. In this we can begin to see the figures of Woden (Head-Leader) and Ingui (Groin-Fertility) as being linked together within the role of the Sacral King. The 'wound' linked to Ingui has to be healed (through the Grail Quest) before the Land and Folk can become whole (heil) once more. Now it should become clearer as to why our struggle is not only for our freedom from oppression, but also a struggle to regain the fertility of Folk and Land. 

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