Indo-European Political Will of Gaut

Anglo-Saxon America

Hengist and Horsa
Possibly the divine twins from Indo European / Germanic myth.
An original concept for the United States seal.
“the Saxon chiefs from whom we claim the honor of being descended, and whose political principles and form of government we assumed” –Thomas Jefferson.

American is a Germanic Indo European country from it’s founding.
Be proud of your folk and your ancestors.
Paganism never dies.
Hammer and Vajra!


Great King Ælfrǣd is too white, straight, and male

In regards to an American University in New York claiming a statue of the Great King Ælfrǣd is too white, straight, and male.

One does not have to be the same race as you to be a shining example of quality. Also, everyone should be allowed to take pride in their race and the great people of their ancestry.
Especially if those exemplary ancestors have helped pave the way for the culture they live in and of the people who found the country.

An interesting note, as mentioned in the video below by Survive the Jive, Ælfrǣd (Wise-elf) did claim to be a descendant from the God Woden in a Euhemeristic manner. This is interesting as it shows that, despite being a Christian, having ancestral ties and connections to the ancient Saxon Gods gave him a direct folk lineage. Of course, this would go back to Hengest and Horsa the divine twins of Germanic origins before it would go back to Woden king of the Gods.
As I have mentioned in a previous article, even Thomas Jefferson who was one of the U.S Founding fathers, proposed using Hengest and Horsa as a symbol for the Union.
It could be inferred that the goal was to put America in line with the Saxon Gods as well as the Germanic progenitors.

While the Saxon’s did fight against the Viking Pagan invasion, it can be said that the Old Saxon version of Christianity wasn’t very Christian by today concepts and was more akin to a Folkish Pagan mixture of Romanesque Christianity mixed with Heathenism.

Here are a few take away lessons from this.
One people of a victimhood mindset will find oppression and inequality everywhere.
Ironically if they were to look up to the individual being honored as a source of inspiration they would rise out of the victimhood mentality and better themselves.
Secondly, Paganisms influence on the West was never extinguished fully, and that Pagans can still look upon so-called “Christian” ancestors as examples of great western men and Indo-European leaders.

Hail the Saxon ancestors!
Hail the Gods!
Hammer and Vajra!

P.S I am not making any bold claims of professional scholarship in Saxon heathenry or in British history.
I am also not addressing the anti-masculinity and anti-family statements being made about being masculine and straight….. as that is obvious trite Marxist slogans that everyone should recognize by now.
Please view the video from Survive the Jive below for full context.

The picture of Woden is from De primo Saxonum adventu dating (1099-1128).

Political Self-improvement

In regards to asking questions

When you ask questions you are labeled either as a moron or as the enemy, depending on who you talk.

You question history?
Then you are a conspiracy theorist.
You question science?
Then you are quack or a cultist.

You question certain things that are considered taboo today?
You are a racist, bigot, homophobe, anti-Semite.
You question things that are traditionally taboo?
You are a rebel, degenerate, outlaw.
You question the accepted religion?
You are either a sinner, a heretic or an outcast.
You actually believe in religion and faith as is traditional and not aligned with the agenda being pushed on you?
You are a fundamentalist or a radical.

I’m pretty tired of labels

Always question anything that threatens you and yours no matter who you are.
Always question what doesn’t flow with the natural laws.
Always question what makes you weaker and doesn’t lead towards greatness or enlightenment
The Sword of Wisdom will cut through ignorance.
The truth will always shine through like the sun regardless of the question being asked.
Hammer and Vajra!

Photo: Acala at Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Singapore.
Source of Photo: Wikipedia
Picture of Forseti: Forseti Seated in Judgment (1881) by Carl Emil Doepler

Indo-European Political Self-improvement

The Conquerors” / “Les Conquerants”

The Wild hunt is upon us. The great one-eyed rider seeks those who have fallen or gone wayward to be taken up with the legion of glorious hosts for preparation against the era’s end. Be assured that the riders have a mission in mind and will succeed. Revere the hunt, and its purpose. Join it not, unless you are fully prepared, though that may not be your choice ultimately if you are called.

Train. Improve.
Make yourself useful. Sacrifices have to be made to achieve greatness. Including self-sacrifice.
Ride with the hunt in spirit until you are the one it has taken. Wage a Wild Hunt on yourself and in your life. Hunt weakness and complacency.
Seek Greatness for you and yours in under the banner of your people, in the name of your Gods!
Hammer and Vajra!
— Zach Gill

About the picture.

The Conquerors” / “Les Conquerants”
In 1892 Pierre Fritel astonished the world of art with his picture of “The Conquerors,” exhibited at the Paris Salon. In this work the daring genius of the artist has brought together in one impressive scene the war-heroes of all ages. “Les Conquerants” was one of the most talked about pictures of the Salon of 1892, an immense canvas, occupying the place held in 1891 by Rochegrosse’s “Morte de Babylon.” As inspired prophets have revealed to the imagination the future changes of nations in one vast vision, here the painter, rising above the limitations of his art, forces not merely upon the bodily eye, but upon the aroused mind the almost superhuman grandeur of those leaders who have from age to age changed the destinies of the world.
Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, whose limits are obscured in darkness, advance, hollow-eyed and remorseful, the conquerors of all ages, marching in close ranks between a double row of corpses, stripped and rigid, lying packed close together with their feet toward the procession. In the center of the van rides Julius Caesar, whom Shakespeare has pronounced “the foremost man of all this world.” On his right are the Egyptian called by the Greeks Sesostris, now known to be Rameses II., Attila, “the Scourge of God,” Hannibal the Carthaginian, and Tamerlane the Tartar. On his left march Napoleon, the last world-conqueror, Alexander of Macedon, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, that “head of gold” in the great image seen in his vision as interpreted by the prophet Daniel, and Charlemagne, who restored the fallen Roman Empire.
Each apparition appears clad in the habiliments supposed to have been most generally worn in life. But despite the glittering accouterments of rank, the flush of victory, the pride of conquest, and the conscious air of authority are absent. Sad, remorseful, hollowed of cheek and sunken of eye, the terrible procession issues from the depths of the darkness only to reentcr the night again in one endless, unbroken line.
Straight onward, mounted on horseback or riding in chariots, march these mighty men of the past at the head of armies whose lines of spears stretch back into the dim distance. On either side lie prostrate the naked bodies of those who have yielded their lives that these men might exercise power. The Conquerors, their hosts and their victims, all belong to the world of the dead. Yet their power and glory are made fearful realities. Their influence and work are felt to pervade the world, to reach even to us, the living spectators. They are presented as dead, yet living and sending forth a mighty effect upon ages yet to come. The mighty sacrifices by which the glory of the world is achieved are here realized as never before.
But these were not the true conquerors of the world. Fritel should paint another picture representing a long white-robed procession, not bedecked with martial trappings, of those who have tried to lessen the sorrows of the world, no passing between aisles of the dead, but through tumultuous throngs of the glad living, singing paeans of praise and joy; and among these stately aristocrats would be found Jenner, who gave us vaccination; Morton and Simpson, from whom came ether and chloroform ; Pasteur and Lister, who made modern surgery possible with antisepsis; Koch, to whom we owe tuberculin and antitoxin; and Koeller, who bestowed upon us cocain, which revolutionized minor surgery.
Pike, J. (2011, November 7). “The Conquerors” / “Les Conquerants”. Retrieved from

Indo-European Political Self-improvement

On Universalism versus Tribalism

The only universalism is the worship of the sun. All Indo-European religions are connected, but honoring your individual cultural interpretation is what is important for the tribe / folk / people. Connection is amazing and collaboration is wonderful. As is friendship and alliances. However, oneness and forced conformity is against true diversity. Sure, there is strength in numbers. However, when those amongst the numbers have lost their roots and their identity being told they are all the same, instead of true noble strength and individual strife for enlightenment, you have a slave mindset and a rat race not unlike those in the NHIM experiment. Society boils down to degeneration and ignoble strides for daily comfort and selfishness. When your people are the world it is too much of a burden to be empathetic. Instead self-centered hedonism takes place. When your people are the community around you or those who are of your culture it is much more conducive to having empathy and care for the improvement of others. That is not to say there isn’t a place for self-focused endeavors. The self should be focused on improving.

Much like the concept of self-sacrifice such as Odin’s sacrifices for wisdom, or Heracles’ 12 feats or the Buddha’s actions towards enlightenment. When you improve yourself, you will become more of a shining beacon and example for others in your community to look to in order to improve themselves. Then your enlightenment and actions will improve your tribe and community directly. This is one of the primary understandings and lens of which tribe and folk should be viewed. This is why the Hammer and Vajra’s goal is to create an awareness of the joint ideals and common origins of Indo Europeans paganism for enlightenment and awareness, but not as a universal religion. All cultures have their own community faiths and folk and a responsibility to them. Globalism that pushes individualism actually hurts the individual. And when the individual is weakened so is the community.

Praise the sun!
Hail the Gods!
Nourish the Divine within.
Study, Pray, Meditate, Lift, and Fight!
Guide your children and people to greatness.
Hammer and Vajra!
–Zach Gill

Photos taken on location at Royal Palace of Caserta.

Post Post script because I have to. The swastika in the picture has nothing to do with Nazi Germany and everything to do with the Sun and Enlightenment.

Text and Photos by Zachary Gill

Indo-European Norse Political

On Varg vs STJ and Paganism Infighting

In regards to the debate between Varg and Survive the Jive as well as other theism vs agnostic or semi-atheism debates found within Paganism, I have the following thoughts. I will say as someone who believes my Gods are real, that I am a bit biased and lean towards STJ. While I like much of what Varg says and his modern antidotes, my problem with him is his focus on trying to be the Sage with all the answers. He boils everything down to science and dismisses every other interpretation, including ones that are even more scientific or meta physical, as moronic or having come from the thoughts of those with a low IQ. Furthermore, his dismissing all of our ancestors, sacrifices, or prayers into “crop planting” is demeaning and overlooks thousands of years of tradition. Giving back some of what you have been given is true but it doesn’t explain sacrifice for receiving. It doesn’t account for Odin’s example of sacrifice of oneself to improve oneself, something that is in line with Nietzsche idea of the Superman. My Gods are both external and internal. Maybe I perceive them in human form because I have a human mind. Science has yet to be able to explain ideas like the soul but they are working on it. The studies that have been done show that there is an energy that is within that fades upon death. We have an Aura and an electromagnetic force. We have a current within us. That is the Divine in our veins. The Gods are within us as we are all a part of the same existence. Von List referred to this as the Logos. While that is too Christian conceptually in my opinion. The idea of the energy that started life, the Logos, the Allfather, Trinity/Trimūrti Brahma/ Vishnu/ Shiva, Odin /Vili / Ve, Father / Mother / Son, The Maiden / Mother / Crone, a Tripartite that can be seen within our own lives and soul. This is the Divine that is existence. All Gods, Humans,and animals are like cells living within this existence or truth. Aspects of the same on different plains. The Gods live within you, as archetypes, as the human spirit, and as beings beyond us. They communication on different wavelengths or frequencies and layers or realms. We are a part of them and they are a part of us. Hail the Gods! Hail the Divine human spirit! Hail the folk! Hail our traditions!
Hammer and Vajra!
— Zach Gill

I own all of Varg’s books and see his interpretations as valid ways of viewing paganism in addition to tradition, not instead.

Indo-European Political

On Slavic paganism, Indo-European synchronicity, and Military Veterans.

This art is by Boris Olshansky. Who interestingly shares a name with Boris Vallejo, a famous sword and sorcery fantasy artist. Interestingly enough they share a similar theme and style, with the difference being that Olshansky embraces and promotes ethnic and historical paganism. Particularly Slavic paganism. While this is an image of Slavic Gods, they can be interpreted as the Germanic Gods as the similarities are many. You can easily see Odin, Frey, Tyr and Baldr in this photo. I am not well versed on Slavic paganism so I will not insult it by making bold assumptions. The one thing that can be said is Indo-European Paganism is very thematically, theologically, and aesthetically similar across cultures. In today’s day of globalism and Marxist multiculturalism, which actually hurts diversity, similarities that Indo-European people’s share could unify us in ways that the world orders can not control.

Concerning the image. The birth of a new life, be it God or Human, is light in the darkness. The father and mother produce life for the people and the warrior protects this home. This is how folk should work. Today is Veteran’s Day in the US. Throughout history many have served to protect those at home so that Children can be born into their own culture freely and continue to uphold their values and ideals. Free of outside influence.
Hammer and Vajra!
–Zach Gill