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 No.2[Reply]

Featured Threads: Resources: ( >>540 ) Questions: ( >>299 ) Opposing Views: ( >>324 )

Asatru Essentials: >>13 Rules: https://8ch.net/asatru/rules.html

Thread Archive: https://8ch.net/asatru/archive.html Friends: >>>/fringe/ >>>/cucktianity/

What is Asatru?

Long before Christianity came to northern Europe, the people there – our ancestors – had their own form of spirituality that influenced every aspect of their culture. One expression of this European spirituality was Asatru. It was practiced in the lands that are today Scandinavia, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands, and other countries as well. Asatru is the original, or native, religion for the peoples who lived in these regions. Nevertheless, Asatru is more than just a religion in the narrow sense of the word. It is our way of being in the world; some of us call it the “Germanic Folkway” to underline this larger concept.

What does the word “Asatru” mean?

It means, roughly, “belief in the Gods” or “those true to the Gods” in Old Norse, the language of ancient Scandinavia in which so much of our source material was written. (A more literal translation would be “gaining experience of the ancestral sovereign gods.”) Asatru is a name given to the religion of the Norsemen, but we use this term to include the spiritual worldview of all the Germanic peoples, not just the Scandinavians.

When did Asatru start?

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 No.4621

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>>3842

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 No.13167

>>13166

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbvOBrSkaKE

Here's some Gaetir the Mountainkeeper, there's some more on the same channel.


 No.13190

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And now for something more upbeat


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>>944

Yes.


 No.13582

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Falkenstein - Die grosse Göttin




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 No.12392[Reply]

What effect will a trump presidency have on european heathendom/the norse faith? How can we utilize it to further our spiritual cause?

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 No.13564

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>>13560

Read the OP again.


 No.13578

>>12448

>>12449

in the Egyptian religion, kek is basically one of 4 aspects of the chaos-waters from which all things arose.

Germanic religion places these waters in ginnungagap as being the reaction of the fires of muspelheim mixing with the rime of Niflheim.

in our pantheon, what he is, is not represented by an extant being – he is a mere aspect of an unconscious force that arises inevitably by the mechanics at play, and at random produces Ymir and audhumbla.

if we are to be immensely specific, kek is the ginnungagap itself – the darkness where the waters are. how are we to venerate a pit?

I'd say our religions are too different and syncretism is shit anyway.


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 No.13324[Reply]

What should modern pagan temples look like?

As in, if paganism was revived on a very large scale and got popular fast, what would the places of worship look like? Would they take cues from ancient greco-roman? Or just convert cathedrals and churches into temples?

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 No.13466

>>13461

I've never even heard of birch tar before. This looks so easy to make. I didn't know prehistoric Europe even had a glue to use, then it's a waterproof coating and antiseptic too. I can't believe I've never heard of this before.

Wool repels water too, so these people were completely weather-proof for millenniums. Indoors or outdoors.

http://www.primitiveways.com/birch_bark_tar.html

http://www.practicalprimitive.com/skillofthemonth/birchtar.html

http://www.jonsbushcraft.com/birchtar.htm

http://naturalhomes.org/permahome/birch-bark.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birch_tar


 No.13470

>>13466

It looks easy to make, but looks are very deceiving. We, to this day, have never discovered how the Neanderthals were able to produce the adhesive at the quantity they did. Not even modern techniques and machinery. They were very advanced for their time.


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Like this


 No.13579

>>13355

bear in mind that your pics depict somewhat later stave churches, and if my familiarity with church construction is on point, I can see obvious Christian features (namely, this building seems to have a transept).

if we can take stave churches at face value at all, the earliest were single-naved churches (no transepts, chancel, choir, etc).

further, stave construction itself is post Christian – heathen era temples would have used palisade construction.

a simple nave "church", with palisade walls and a sanctuary (in the architectural sense) would functionally make sense..


 No.13580

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>>13579

Mh you are right, while beautiful the transept is a later addition to what often resembled a basilika, a simple longhouse or a square.

The transept giving the groundwork a crossshaped/prostrated human like shape made me look after medieval symbology concerning the way churches were built.

Not surprisingly but still impressive every little part had an own meaning, some of them more or less based on biblical allegorys.

The west was generally seen as bad direction as the sun which was associated with gods light didnt shine there.

Thus the entrance of a church lied in the west so when you walked towards the altar you always walked towards the sun.

Furthermore the western part often either had a niche or room sanctified for a martial saint or the archangel michael in deviance towards darkness/the sunless west or was fashioned with two towers after a castle against darkness.

Also the holy water niches as remembering to the initiatory rite of the baptising were put in the front while the wallpaintings progressed from depictions the old testament in the dark west to new testamentary motives in the holier light east not to mention all the laws that were behind the placement of gargoyles, holy bones etc.

Hindutemples also follow a shitton of guidelines, I guess such things add over time a hierachical religion exists.

Should an asatru community come into the position to be both pious and numerous enough to get the organisatory effort of a temple done a simple rectangle+sanctum should suffice as stealing symbology or coming up with one on the spot builds on depth that simply isnt there yet.

Doesnt mean aesthethics can be ignored.




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 No.13489[Reply]

ITT let us collect greenpilled documentaries on the norse faith aswell as various associated/peripheral topics.

I'll start with this one here:

Secrets of the Viking Sword

>The Vikings were among the fiercest warriors of all time. Yet only a select few carried the ultimate weapon of their era: the feared Ulfberht sword. Fashioned using a process that would remain unknown to the Vikings' rivals for centuries, the Ulfberht was a revolutionary high-tech tool as well as a work of art.

>Considered one of the greatest swords ever made, it remains a fearsome weapon more than a millennium after it last saw battle. But how did Viking sword makers design and build the Ulfberht, and what was its role in history? Now, NOVA uses cutting edge science and old-fashioned detective work to reconstruct the Ulfberht and finally unravel the Secrets of the Viking Sword.==

youtube.com/watch?v=J6woycxQzA0

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 No.13530

>>13501

Its a solid light documentary in my opinion.

>The Vikings were among the fiercest warriors of all time. Yet only a select few carried the ultimate weapon of their era: the feared Ulfberht sword. Fashioned using a process that would remain unknown to the Vikings’ rivals for centuries, the Ulfberht was a revolutionary high-tech tool as well as a work of art. Considered one of the greatest swords ever made, it remains a fearsome weapon more than a millennium after it last saw battle. But how did Viking sword makers design and build the Ulfberht, and what was its role in history? Now, NOVA uses cutting edge science and old-fashioned detective work to reconstruct the Ulfberht and finally unravel the “Secrets of the Viking Sword.”

>>13489

What the hell are you doing with the links? Just post the complete ones, genius.


 No.13547

>>13530

He breaks them so everybody has to copy and paste them in their browser, so everybody doesn't end up sending referrers that point back to our secret club I bet you don't even turn those off, do you?


 No.13549

>>13547

This guy gets it

You younger ones will understand aswell once you grasp how the internet actually works and how the ZOG operates

Opsec is literally the most important thing when it comes to anything IT, we're right in the middle of the great infowars preceding the twilight of the gods


 No.13551

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>Heaven Above the Germanics (Three parts, English CC)

Part 1

.youtube.com/watch?v=IKe6MQQy8L8

Part 2

.youtube.com/watch?v=OMvSBA0B3i8

Part 3

.youtube.com/watch?v=3zNLIP5Yop4


 No.13577

>>13489

From Runes To Ruins is pretty great i've heard, the guy who made it has a youtube channel named survive the jive and he seems pretty based, haven't gotten around watching it yet, it is only available on some pay per view site




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 No.2431[Reply]

Reminder that true Asatru does not accept homosexuality. And if you call yourself an Asatruar and are okay with gays, then you're doing it wrong.

From Germania by Tacitus:
>The Assembly is competent also to hear criminal charges, especially those involving the risk of capital punishment. The mode of execution varies according to the offence. Traitors and deserters are hanged on trees; cowards, shirkers, and sodomites are pressed down under a wicker hurdle into the slimy mud of a bog. This distinction in the punishments is based on the idea that offenders against the state should be made a public example of, whereas deeds of shame should be buried out of men's sight.

Faggots are condemned by the gods and our people. When the happening happens and we establish our own small pagan communities to survive, make sure you set up near a bog so this filth can be executed like our ancestors would want.
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>>13449

"Weep, you girls. My penis has given you up. Now it penetrates men’s behinds. Goodbye, wondrous femininity!"

t. pompei graffiti


 No.13458

>>13117

>Christians were the numales of yesteryear

Franks were harsh fucks, arianistic goths too.

You cant just project what you dont like in people today on ancient adversaris.


 No.13467

>>13458

Numales? I don't think so. Going off of what they did historically it's much closer to modern Islam


 No.13471

>>13458

>>13467

I mean earlier on. Obviously once they had already subverted a culture, they used it as a hammer against its neighbors. If they encountered a stronger culture, they moved in and targeted the women and children of the most alpha pagans and the less scrupulous pagan men. Eventually they installed themselves in positions of influence and it was downhill from there.


 No.13576

>>12960

>>12960

U.S. whites have nordic/scandi/viking heritage/genetics in them - to a certain extent and territories - so stop the subvertive infighting between White aryan peoples (Current Year) and focus on the real enemy

>WW1: Rohm got the Iron Cross (First Class - while Hitler reached 2nd) awarded to him in 1916

>implying uselessness for the folk of his nation




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 No.540[Reply]

Post your favorite websites, articles, blogs or books you've read, podcasts or radio you've heard or videos you've watched about Asatru in this thread.

This thread will help new users learn about our ways, by putting in one place the best material out there.

Asatru Essentials: >>13
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 No.13567

>>13566

who are you talking to?


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>>13567

Never fucking reply to me ever again unless you're contributing to the thread.


 No.13570

>>13569

I already contributed to this thread last year.


 No.13571

>>>/cucktianity/ is a good source of info.


 No.13575

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I dont know if there is interest but I could translate a bunch of short fairytales and folkstorys from upper to lower germany about the wild hunt and its white horse riding, hat wearing and in the north called on as "wod"(wodan ofc).

Its mostly from a 19th century peasant perspective so with a lot of wacky elements and quiet mundane problems at the core but in them are some some vague attributes and conducts about the central european version of Odin which arent in the Edda-nothing scandinavic,epic or vikinglike tho as I said.




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 No.5013[Reply]

New Varg video, heathens

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I like how he's pumping these out on an almost daily basis at this point


 No.13496

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Now up

>Some casual talk about my UAZ (part I)


 No.13514

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 No.13572

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>About my VAZ (Lada Niva)

Finally, the much anticipated video about my Lada Niva (AutoVAZ 2121). This is like a freakin' car review… or is it? Let's find out…


 No.13574

>>13435

He is probably troubled by the thought of indoeuros pouring into europe and mixing with various neolithic hunter gatherers and some protolevantine farmers because it would mean that we wuz mongrels 10.000 years ago which would go against the narrative of the eternal native faith.

Tribes mingling at a founding time in most early history were most of the land was still unpopulated and up for grabs is not an argument for modern multiculturalism but going into total opposition to it because some peopel protray it as suh is kinda retarded as well.




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 No.13533[Reply]

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/79792.htm

Its selfreflection time!

Former Pagan now orthodox christian, who commited a lot to Rodnovery speaks with a priest about what desillusioned him.

Where is he right?

Where is he wrong?

What are you faulty with what he critisizes?

What are heathens you have heard of faulty of what he critisizes?

Are our efforts fueled by vanity and lack of aim among the other things they list as they say?

Any thoughts or lessons to be learned from this?

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 No.13553

His argument, from what I've read thus far, is that polytheism is too fragmented in interpretations, and too split because there are multiple Gods. I *could* understand this argument if it weren't for the fact that our goal should be to reach a consensus that clearly states the values different Gods have in their pantheons, as well as the implications those values have in terms of theological development. Another goal should be to reach a consensus that acknowledges the value to a shared European heritage that different European pantheons and the cultures surrounding them have.

I'll read the rest later, but I'd like to add that the YHWH of the Bible, as followed by Orthodoxy, Catholicism, etc. is still Semitic in origin, and still centers its chosen holy places in the Middle East. YHWH is not a good God - It's the exact kind of demon you should expect Levantine hooknoses to worship. Read the false Book of Exodus to see its true nature.


 No.13554

Okay, finished.

tl;dr 'pagan' myths about forced conversions are false, 'pagans' lack Holy Texts that aren't fabricated by conmen, and there's a positive spiritual presence felt at Churches even by 'pagans'. Plus anecdotal evidence via a miracle, as well as contemplation that all 40+ Christian generations in Russia were traitors and what that entails.

Ye, I'll let someone dissect these points a little, then I'll add my thoughts.


 No.13556

>'pagan' myths about forced conversions are false

lol, literally exactly the same what muslims say when confronted on their warmongering in asia minor and north africa. let's ignore all charlemagne's coercion in saxony, slavic lands of the wends, the various scandinavian christians who forcefully drove out indigenous norse spiritualism, the many cases of christians force converting each other to the TRUE sect etc

>Holy Texts that aren't fabricated by conmen

all the wicca crap is crap, any modern books or texts trying to add to the scoured traditions of our forebears are crap, yes i agree. really the only way our folkish ethno-faiths will return is to get rid of Jewish modernity and live agrarian lives like our ancestors. or to use a National Socialist state to organically invoke a new blood religion - which will inevitably draw on the old faiths. it must be organic, not forced.

>and there's a positive spiritual presence felt at Churches even by 'pagans'

catholics and orthodox directly appropriated pagan art and temples (the ones they didnt destroy in their Jewish iconoclasm), so it's exploiting the plunder taken from gentiles. i do not feel mystified going into a protestant church, which is the closest sect of christianity to its original teachings and scripture - free of most of the pagan adoptions of catholicism and orthodoxy

>that all 40+ Christian generations in Russia were traitors and what that entails.

nah they were just peasants going along with the realpolitik and geopolitical machinations of their masters


 No.13557

>>13553

>polytheism is too fragmented in interpretations

Is this nigga for real? There are 15 different Christian churches within as many miles of my house some of them double as synagogues on Saturday

Christians just want to suck their own dicks, regardless of reality. Can we stop making these threads about them? What new has been said?


 No.13573

>>13533

After reading this, it sounds like the guy went back to Orthodoxy due to disillusionment from the Slavic Pagan scene being mostly a Universalist/Wiccan/Liberal hot mess.

I wonder if he would've stayed if he had gotten up with the Slavic equivalent of the AFA or Odinic Rite.




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 No.8567[Reply]

"Asatru" art, form the past and the present. Scanned physical works, digitally produced, runes, symbols, gods, every theme under the sphere.

 No.8568

I just wanted to post this http://avaluk.tumblr.com/tagged/pagan


 No.8569

>>8567

Background on that artwork:

>Wagner, Valkyrie

Ferdinand Leeke (April 7, 1859 - 1923) was a German Painter, famous for his depictions of scenes from Wagnerian Operas. A native of Burg bei Magdeburg, Germany, he studied at the Munich Academy under Johann Herterich (1843-1905), a genre and historical painter, and with Alexander von Wagner (1838-1919), a Hungarian genre and landscape painter. Around 1889, Siegfried Wagner, the son of the composer Richard Wagner, commissioned Leeke to paint a series of paintings showing scenes from ten operas by Wagner.

http://berserkir88.tumblr.com/post/132591208205/welkinlions-wagner-valkyrie-ferdinand-leeke


 No.9454

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Boudica’s Uprising Against the Romans - The Battle of Watling Street

http://renegadetribune.com/boudicas-uprising-romans-part-2-3-battle-watling-street/

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I will bump this now fam


 No.13503

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RIP BEST CELT

;_:7


 No.13552

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>>13503

Introduction to the Religion of the Ancient Celto-Germanics

>.renegadetribune.com/introduction-religion-ancient-celts/




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 No.5081[Reply]

GET OFF YOUR LAZY ARSES HEATHENS CAUSE IVE GOT A PROJECT FOR YOU

In related thread >5040 we decided that, to truly establish our faith in a way that it can compete with the Semitic ones, we should compose a book made up from all of the most spiritually important parts of Germanic history. It should weave together history, worldview, myth and conduct into one book. What we are proposing is not a mere intro guide to Asatru but a massive tome, taking up every little piece of lore we can find.

We are not proposing that this become our sacred text to be forced into every temple nor do we claim it to be a Heathen Bible. It will simply be the recorded myths and history of the Germanic tribes, something that can easily be made into a standardized book that can be widely distributed. We have also proposed that art be included in the pages, if any drawfags would be willing to help

Texts that are proposed to be added

Heimskringla

Prose Edda (needs editing)

Poetic Edda

Song of the Sun (needs editing)

Jomviking Saga

Parts of the Nibelungenleid

Select quotes from Tactitus Germania

Niflung Saga

Select stories from the Brothers Grimm, can be edited to have more Heathen tone

Collection of folk songs and war chants

The Berg Dwellers Song

The Dream of the Rood (should be edited to have heathen imagery)

Pow-Wow medicine [not Indjun pow-wow, I mean the stuff used by amish] (needs to be edited for heathen use)

The Rune Poems (Anglo saxon, Icelandic and Nordic)

Pages to illustrate the runes and explain some of their deeper meanings

Collections of prayers, songs and chants

Rules regarding shrines

Volsung Saga

Beowulf

Song of Roland Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.13515

>>13440

>There's a fine line between keeping a firm grip on your women, and stoning rape victims. Is that a line we want to cross?

It depends.

Do you mean actual rape? i.e., the forcible abduction and penetration of an unwilling participant?

Or "date rape", which is basically shorthand for "drunk sex with a guy I honestly shouldn't have even been talking to"?

Because the former is extremely rare, usually committed by shitskins, and was basically non-existent in Heathen-era Europe (and severely punished when it did happen).

Yes, I can understand why you'd be fearful for your chastity when living in a (((diverse))) country like Sweden or America, but that's simply not a problem that ancient Heathens had to deal with.

And date rape isn't real rape. It's called having consequences for your actions.


 No.13517

>>13515

>And date rape isn't real rape. It's called having consequences for your actions.

This is exactly what I was talking about when I said "Islam-tier."

>Oh, you got raped at a party? Should have had your hair covered, kaffir :^)

This is what you sound like.


 No.13522

>>13517

If you're drunk, the other person is drunk or other wise intoxcated/inhibited and you both go off to have sex and then the woman regrets it that's date "rape" if you're at a party and he drags the woman off and forces himself upon her then that's rape.

The first one is two adults who got drunk and one regrets it come morning. The second is legitimate rape. There is a difference


 No.13531

>>13517

Presumably we're talking about a situation where a woman get's so drunk she cannot consent in any meaningful sense of the word. In this case I'd say it's not their fault, per se.

Let's say I, a man, withdrew all my life savings and put it in a huge burlap sack with a dollar sign stenciled on it. Then I decide to take a leisurely stroll through the ghetto at 2 AM. Is it my fault if I get beaten up and robbed? Not really, the criminals are still responsible. But I don't think I'd deserve much sympathy.

This seems obvious to me, and so I don't do something like this. But we've betrayed our women by not teaching our daughters to be safe. We tell them that they have a gods-given right to get pass-out drunk and not be touched by any scum, and if they do, it's society's fault for not teaching the scum to not be scum. It would be laughable if it wern't so tragic.


 No.13532

>>13522

Also this. If a woman is so drunk she can barely move or speak coherently, it's definitely rape.

The problem is the woman who gets tipsy and sleeps with a guy she already likes. Then other women call her a whore and she accuses her partner of raping her in order to save face. This is not rape.




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 No.1998[Reply]

So I am an avid fan of mead and drinking mead. To the point where I am currently brewing two one gallon batches of my own mead.

Anyone else like mead or are brewing mead? If so what brand do you drink or what recipe are you brewing?

Do you use mead for blots? Or drink it on holidays?
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 No.13303

>>13290

Some info from the author

AUTHOR’S NOTE ON THE TEXT

I have structured this book, perhaps, in an odd manner. Information on how to make beers is in here, but this is not a simple manual. Probably the closest thing to a step-by-step instruction to making beer is contained in appendix one. This book is primarily intended to share the poetry and beauty of ancient fermentation and only secondarily to share recipes, some more than 2,000 years old, for making ancient sacred and healing beers. Any recipe in this book that calls for malted barley can be altered by the use of canned (unhopped) malt extract or a combination of brown sugar and molasses (see appendix one for the details). And since so many people keep asking: No, I haven’t made all these beers, but I have made more than one.


 No.13306

>>12253

I've had nothing but good fortune with apple. It must have some vitamin or something in it that the yeast love.


 No.13462

Started a new batch, following a recipe very closely. I guess it can be referred to as a cyser. Total volume is a little bit over 11 liters right now, aiming to have around 10 liters after racking.

It includes:

2.2 kg honey

4 liters of apple juice

4 grated apples

water to a total of around 11 liters

This time I didn't some new things:

I added tannin hopping it will lead to a better taste and easier clearing. I think it also helps to prevents oxidization?

I adjusted the acidity to around 6.5 gram/liter using lactic and citric acid.

I added an antigelling agent to help dissolve the grated apples I also added.

The plan is to wait till the all the sugar is used up. Then I will measure the alcohol and slowly work my way to the yeast theoretical tolerance. First with 1% steps, then in smaller steps. Once I notice the sugar/honey I had doesn't lead to any further fermentation, I will adjust for the sweetness.

It's the first batch I made with some more planning and much more reading beforehand. I really hope it will turn out well.


 No.13472

>>13462

>The plan is to wait till the all the sugar is used up. Then I will measure the alcohol and slowly work my way to the yeast theoretical tolerance.

I hope you succeed. I tried to do this but found it to be a real pain. A few problems I ran into…

1. Mixing in the honey/sugar. I don't know of a good way to do this with a mash already under way without agitating the whole thing and whipping the dregs back into the body. Transferring it to another pot to heat up (so far the only way I can get honey to stay in solution) seems like it would fuck with the yeast. All of these options seem labor intensive.

2. Measuring the alcohol content with a traditional hydrometer. Seems to open up the mash and increase the drastically odds of contamination compared to set-it-and-forget-it. Was thinking of getting something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Refractometer-GoerTek-Refractometers-Temperature-Compensation/dp/B01G6T11KG/

I do like a very stiff mead, so if you have any luck be sure to let us know.


 No.13528

>>13472

I usually measure the abv when I rack it this is also when I check the pH. You would not have to do either that often anyways just once in a while to see how it is doing.




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 No.13504[Reply]

Is Aztec allowed?

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 No.13519

Reported, enjoy ban ;)


 No.13520

>>13506

Asatru is also called heathen and pagan, it's not saying that the board is for all types of paganism.

/pagan/ exists and you are free to make a board for Aztec.


 No.13527

Can just make one thread discussing different types of Non-European paganism. This way it is contained and if curious types want to see parallels or just are interested can read them if they like.

As a whole though I think this board should be mostly European centric though. But as I said a containment thread wont hurt.


 No.13559

>>13504

That's a bad joke.


 No.13568

>>13527

>But as I said a containment thread wont hurt.

I'm sure you wouldn't mind that, considering that you're a half-breed indian, Bloodaxe.




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 No.335[Reply]

What games do you like to play /asatru/?
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 No.13523

>>13518

Suck your own dick. Do you think this whole thing was actually an organic operation run by real /pol/ oldfags?


 No.13524

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>>13518

Ask HDV if you want some kind of re-assurance, or Smiley. I'm NS


 No.13526

>>13518

There is a new 4chon, and no it isn't run by HDVchode and learningchode.

Come to 4chon.co


 No.13548

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>>13526

Heh it's you again, well i'm still not 100% sure about that place being an antifa IP harvesting operation or not

In any case even though i would like to set up camp at their /new/ and even tho it wud b dank as hell if we cud get some kind of migration going in that bitch something tells me it wouldn't work out that well in practice - Especially considering how during the last two years learningHDVchodespergy destroyed most of the viable remnants of the former chon community (like the other guy at co.chon's /meta/ correctly pointed out) already… I fear that by now it would be pretty much a futile effort trying to revive/forcefully bring back this dead carcass of a community.

Better to just let the dead have their peace and focus on preserving the few redpilled active imageboards that are left standing at this point (such as our greenpilled heathen sanctuary here or end/pol/ for example) imo

>>13524

HDV is anti-white

>>13523

What are you talking about? Ingest your medication, dude


 No.13555

>>13548

Just add me lad smdh




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