Nordic girl next to a stave kirke

The Tocharians, the Uyghur, and Musings upon Tribal Survival…

 

 

I went down into the countries underneath the earth, to the peoples of the past…

The mysterious city of Petra in Jordan

The mysterious city of Petra in Jordan

The phrase above exists only in the Greek version of the New Testament. It culminates with a Jewish god supposedly rescuing his earthly representative from our ancestral spirits in Hel, who apparently did not wish to be introduced to cultural Marxism. His Jewish son then rhapsodizes about being saved from the “pit”. If we leave out the Christian rantings, and  just think of the first part above, these are beautiful words… Heathen words…

A living link to the past... An unusually Caucasian appearing Uyghur boy, a throwback to the original inhabitants of Northern China, the Tocharians?

A living link to the past… An unusually Caucasian appearing Uyghur boy, a throwback to the original inhabitants of Northern China, the Tocharians?

Can we bridge that gap between past and the future, can we yet connect to the once free and sane world our Ancestors flourished in, and use it as a guide out of the actual pit? Can we, at least in our mind’s eye, still see the peoples of the past, learn their secrets, and enjoy their knowledge?

With their high pitched roofs, often topped with dragons, Slavic temples and Norse stave Kirke (pictured here) are the spitting image of Asian temples . Guess which ones came first?

With their high pitched roofs, often topped with dragons, Slavic temples and Norse stave Kirke (pictured here) are the spitting image of Asian temples . Guess which ones came first?

How can we survive with no identity, with no origin, with no idea of who we are? The answer is that we cannot. We must know what has happened before in order to avoid dangers, to know our enemies, and to live. It is the natural way of things.

One of the thousands of Caucasian Tocharian mummies (with a reconstruction on the right) discovered in the Tarim Basin of China, a red haired woman now called the "Beauty of Loulan"

One of the thousands of Caucasian Tocharian mummies (with a reconstruction on the right) discovered in the Tarim Basin of China, a red haired woman now called the “Beauty of Loulan”

It is abundantly clear that the once great civilization of the Tarim Basin, that of the Tocharians,  was race mixed out of existence and-or violently genocided by the invading Asiatics who now inhabit Northern China. A similar fate was meted out to the indigenous Caucasian people of Japan, the Ainu. Those who survived this cultural and racial onslaught upon the real natives of Northern China and Japan, although no longer even the same race,  are still currently oppressed by Asiatic governments and people. It may be that Japanese attempts to eliminate the Ainu, for example, are born of a strong instinctual need to eliminate the evidence of the existence of those they have racially displaced.

In the case of the genocide of French Europeans in Haiti, after all the Europeans were killed by the Blacks, those Africans who had European blood were targeted next. Although generally not as violently, those few part Caucasians who are left with a noticeably European phenotype are targeted and marginalized in Asia even now.  For example, the land of the Ainu was taken away, and they were forced to learn Japanese, take on Japanese names, and stop practicing certain aspects of their native religion. Meanwhile, in America, when native people are mentioned and fawned upon as in a recent Flickr photo exhibition celebrating indigenous people, those of European heritage, such as the Ainu, are noticeably excluded. Of course, not one of the great variety of European tribes is featured either.

AINU

Even though they created none of it themselves, and must have hated and envied those who did, the invading Chinese were happy to take over the trappings of the Tocharian culture.  Ironically, the lion’s share of all the culture that they exhibit is derived from their victims, from their temple architecture, to their festivals. Even the patterns of their clothing are derivative, since one can plainly see that many Asiatic styles of dress are nearly identical to Slavic styles, which presumably were Tocharian.  Russia is one of the few places where the memory of this once great  civilization survives along with some of the genetics of those who originated it. Even the swastika, our holy symbol of life and good fortune, is now being claimed by Asians as their own, despite the fact that the earliest swastika was found in the Ukraine.

Except for in Slavic Lands perhaps, the Tocharians are gone, as are the Caucasians of the Windover Bog of North America, with nothing left but some remaining customs whose meanings are often lost, and a mixed race people who never again will be what they once were, if they even survive the hatred of those with less European blood. Is this what we want?

Except for in Slavic and Nordic lands perhaps, the Tocharians are gone, as are the Caucasians of the Windover Bog of North America, with nothing left but some remaining customs whose meanings are often lost, and a mixed race people who never again will be what they once were, if they even survive the hatred of those with less European blood. Is this what we want?

Those of Arab background often insist that the Uyghurs are Turco-Mongols, and this may well be part of their heritage as well, and very likely is, albeit from a later date. This is interesting in light of the possibility that Scandinavian people once inhabited Turkey.  Some sources, such as Snorri Sturluson, wrote that they were the Trojans mentioned in the Iliad.  The Greeks also at one time created great cities in Turkey, and like the Tocharians, they too  were once Nordic before having been overwhelmed by  Turks and race mixed out of existence.

A small red-haired boy, of otherwise Chinese heritage, a mute testament to what must have been a monstrous period of racial extermination for the Tocharians.

A small red-haired boy, of otherwise Chinese heritage, a mute testament to what must have been a monstrous period of racial extermination for the Tocharians.

Regardless of their origin, whoever they are, the Uyghur  still carry reminders of who they were before their unique diversity was for the most part obliterated, such as beards, blue eyes, and European features. Uyghur nationalists and historians in the Tarim Basin believe that the Uyghur  are what is left of the Tocharian race, and since they are still in the same area and have European genetic traces, it seems to be a reasonable theory. There is even some archaeological evidence to support it in that an Uyghur word was found in written scripts associated with the Tocharian mummies.  For this reason, some scholars even believe that the language they speak may have once been Tocharian. Here is a song in the Uyghur language which is said to be of great antiquity and its translation.

Uyguhr girl

Uyguhr girl

Dance my love…

Who are they in these gardens?

Dance my love, dance my love..

There are young boys and girls…

Dance my love, dance my love

Go dance beautiful maiden,

Dance my love, dance my love…

You’re a beauty to me

Dance my love, dance my love…

My skirts are swirling

Dance my love, dance my love…

Let the roses and rosebuds bloom

Dance my love, dance my love…

Ah ah, maiden you’re my darling

Dance my love, dance my love…

You’re the one I love and call darling

Dance my love, dance my love…

 

The opposite problem… one in which our Nordic blood remains, but the culture lost, is one that we face today in our de-racialized and Christianized European heritage countries. Below we see a building built in the style of our temples turned into a church to worship foreign gods. What it really stands for is our own planned destruction by other races, a self-destruction Christianity expects us to willingly participate in. Instead, let us resist this insanity and preserve and restore both our people and our religion. We must have the courage to take down our crosses and replace them with swastikas, and regain our identity, our pride, and our will to survive.

In Wayland’s name, we ask for strength and skill to hammer out our difficulties and bring our own culture to life, to embrace the spirit of our land and our folk, and to hear the voices of our Ancestors once again…

Waes Hael!

Nordic girl next to a stave kirke

Nordic girl next to a stave kirke

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