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SirGalahad

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Looking for Floridians
« on: May 19, 2021, 12:31:44 am »
Iím contemplating remaining here instead of simply moving somewhere else to meet other aryanists, since Florida is a major population center, and I felt personally inspired by a few aryanists I know who are currently teaming up for real life activism in another state. If any of you happen to be from Florida, or know someone from the movement who is from Florida, Iíd appreciate a response
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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2021, 12:38:44 am »
I am from Florida

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2021, 12:45:42 am »
@rp Wow, I didnít know you were from Florida. Where do you think we should we start a group chat?

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2021, 12:52:13 am »
PM me. Also, how long have you been around Aryanism?

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2021, 01:06:54 am »
Iíve absorbed myself in the ideology for a few years now. It might not appear like it though, since I donít comment as actively on the anet blog or the forums as some other people. Also, just PMed you

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2021, 01:10:42 am »
ok

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #6 on: June 27, 2021, 11:25:03 pm »
Look how well Florida compares to other states on the Food vs. Feed maps:


Sunpunk Florida Edition coming soon? Who's up for the challenge?

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« Reply #7 on: April 07, 2022, 01:32:50 am »
@rp When you mentioned to me that most of the people at your university are false leftists, I think that this is unfortunately something that we're just gonna have to tolerate and work around for now. Rarely if ever do you meet someone in real life who could sincerely be called a true leftist or Aryanist. Maybe we should establish some sort of implicit hierarchy from the outset, so we focus more on who we should be currently recruiting within our area, rather than who we want to recruit. But I think there could be a significant amount of leeway if we try to recruit from vegan circles. Do you have an open vegan club or community at your university? Vegans, especially the ones discontented enough to be outspoken or do real activism, tend very strongly towards Gnosticism, at least philosophically, regardless of whether they're actually religious or not. If they already display very little care for the "food chain", then they'll naturally care about very little else concerning the material world. Unfortunately, the college I'm currently going to is very small, so it doesn't have anything like that. But I'm almost finished with what I need to do there, so hopefully when I transfer to a university, they'll have some sort of place for vegans to hang out. I've never really thought about the potential strategic significance to which university I go to, so I'm glad you brought it up. That definitely sounds like something that should influence my decision.

Also, to anyone else, for further context, I plan on forming a new Arthurian, knightly subculture focused on local activism. To accompany it, there'll be a website called Grail Quest that's currently in the works. Copied and pasted from what I've told rp, "The main premise is to attract the more religiously-minded, who resonate with the knight archetype, and more specifically, with characters like Sir Galahad and Percival. They were the ones who found the Holy Grail, which esoterically speaking, is usually meant to represent the true, hidden teachings of the Christ." This is something that I'm very keen on, since these concepts are tied to my own personal life, hence my username here. My intention was originally to advertise all of this after the website was finished so I wouldn't just be pitching an idea, but now I think it's relevant to post about it.

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« Reply #8 on: April 07, 2022, 01:59:19 am »
As a side note, in reference to the map that you posted, it kind of sucks that places like Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas still contribute a significant amount to animal agriculture. But I guess it kind of makes sense, since that region is so hot and arid. Despite the climate and the not so bright future of that region if global warming ends up screwing us, I always thought it would be a good idea to have an intentional community over there, right next to the border. Those states have the highest proportions of Mexican immigrants, and Mexicans in general. Almost 50%(!!!) of New Mexico in particular is Hispanic. So I think that some sort of intentional community over there would be very useful for demographic blueshift related activism. Anybody over in that general area? Maybe you could start a separate thread for people from the Southwest, or any one of those specific states

Relevant:
https://youtu.be/0z3efR2Fu18
https://youtu.be/q1R4xFrQQNE

I always liked this song. I think it does a fairly good job of encapsulating our conception of the New World, for a mainstream folk song. It was originally written to counter the "patriotic" songs of tribalist right wingers after all. From California to the New York islands today, and from Nunavut to Tierra del Fuego tomorrow...
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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #9 on: April 07, 2022, 11:45:35 am »
Flag of New Mexico
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The Zia regard the Sun as sacred. Their solar symbol, a red circle with groups of rays pointing in four directions, is painted on ceremonial vases, drawn on the ground around campfires, and used to introduce newborns to the Sun. Four is the sacred number of the Zia and can be found repeated in the four points radiating from the circle. The number four is embodied in:

    the four points of the compass (north, south, east, and west)
    the four seasons of the year (spring, summer, autumn, and winter)
    the four periods of each day (morning, noon, evening, and night)
    the four seasons of life (childhood, youth, middle years, and old age)
    the four sacred obligations one must develop (a strong body, a clear mind, a pure spirit, and a devotion to the welfare of others), according to Zia belief

The symbol is representative of the much broader Puebloan, affiliated Hispano communities, and New Mexican culture, for example it is featured on the flag of New Mexico, in the design of the New Mexico State Capitol, on New Mexico's State Quarter entry, numerous city flags including Albuquerque and Roswell, and the state highway marker. The Zia tribe does not hold a trademark to the symbol because, under U.S. Federal law, it has ubiquitous regional representation. The state government of New Mexico guides people to educational resources on the appropriate use of the sun symbol at Zia Pueblo and at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, including information on receiving permission for commercial use and asking for the symbol be used respectfully in civil use.[15][16][17] The symbol was featured on the flag of Madison, Wisconsin from 1962 through 2018, when concerns about cultural appropriation of the Zia, Puebloan, and New Mexican symbol led the city to remove it.[18]

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Re: Looking for Floridians
« Reply #10 on: April 10, 2022, 08:18:25 pm »
Some good points made here about building community now so that if the system collapses people will have a support network. Also, just because the system collapses does not necessarily mean the good guys will win afterwards....

Americans living in cities will be worse off than rural Americans if the system did collapse, just as a reminder. American leftists should be building intentional communities already. Many wealthy rightists and other Westerners are already doomsday "preppers".

Let's talk about hope and acceleration....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9akT4JplzU

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