Pagan Traditionalism
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by Survive the Jive
2w ago
Polemos: The Dawn of Pagan Traditionalism is a book by Russian author Askr Svarte which attempts to describe how European pagan religion can be practiced in a way consistent with the philosophy of Radical Traditionalism aka Perennial Philosophy. This episode of the Jive Book Review looks at its strengths and weaknesses.   Condense lengthy texts into 25 min summaries with Liegent. Sign up now with code 'STJ10' to get 10% off! https://liegent.com Polemos: https://pravpublishing.com/product/polemos-the-dawn-of-pagan-traditionalism/ Starting Heathenry: https://startingheathenry.thinkif ..read more
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Genetic Origin of the Indo-Europeans: Yamnaya/Sredny Stog
Survive the Jive Podcast
by Survive the Jive
2M ago
A new paper called The Genetic Origin of the Indo-Europeans (2024) reveals that the Proto-Indo-European languages originated in the Yamnaya and Sredny Stog cultures of Ukraine and South Russia. The split of PIE languages from Anatolian languages is revealed to have taken place on the steppe. Sredny Stog DNA is found in Hittite samples proving the real IE people were Steppe herders from Eastern Europe and not an unknown Armenian population as previously claimed. I discuss the findings in this stream Condense lengthy texts into 25 min summaries with Liegent https://liegent.com Please support th ..read more
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The Origin and Spread of Germanic Folk: NEW DNA evidence
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by Survive the Jive
4M ago
In this Jive Talk I shall discuss the findings presented in the preprint of the new paper from McColl and colleagues entitled ‘Steppe Ancestry in western Eurasia and the spread of the Germanic Languages’. What does it tell us about where Germanic has its roots, how it spread in the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Migration era? How Germanic were the Lombards and Ostrogoths? Lots of new information is revealed. A huge breakthrough in Germanic studies! End music: Ansuz Society - Fuþorc  Please support me: https://linktr.ee/SurvivetheJive ..read more
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Why is Odin the god of magic and runes?
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by Survive the Jive
4M ago
Returning to the topic of the highest god, Odin. First I address why the Romans weren't entirely wrong when they compared him to Mercury/Hermes. Then I present my theory about how Odin learned the nine sacred songs called Galdra and why this is related to his role as the god of the runes. The dankest god, Odin, and esoteric theories go together like runes and galdra. Please support this podcast if you want it to continue: https://survivethejive.blogspot.com/p/donate.html ..read more
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Fake Black History at Stonehenge and on the Mary Rose
Survive the Jive Podcast
by Survive the Jive
5M ago
Brixton's Brilliant Black British History exhibition at Black Cultural Archives, south London, is rewriting our history to suit their agenda. Visitors are informed that “the very first Britons were Black” and that “Britain was black for 7,000 years before” white people arrived. The exhibit was based on a book which claims Stonehemge was built by black people! Also, In 2021 a paper titled Diversity aboard a Tudor warship by Scorrer et al claimed the crew of the 16th century Mary Rose ship included black peoiple. I wil debunk these claims in this podcast and answer questions from the live audien ..read more
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The Origin and Purpose of Blue Eyes
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by Survive the Jive
5M ago
Why do some people have blue eyes? What is the evolutionary advantage of having blue eyes? Where did blue eyes evolve? Blue eyes have piqued curiosity for centuries, standing out as a mesmerising and rare trait among humans. Discover the underlying science behind blue eyes as we explore various theories and genetic factors that contribute to their existence. They were mainly associated with Mesolithic Western Hunter Gatherers like Cheddar man but the origin and story of this phenotype is complicated. A new study from Liverpool may have the answer as to what benefit this trait has - better abil ..read more
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Odin and Tyr in bracteate evidence with Scott Shell
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by Survive the Jive
5M ago
Scott Shell received his Ph.D. in Germanic Linguistics from the University of California at Berkeley. He is an expert on Germanic linguistics, runology and mythology. Tonight he will discuss the iconography and runic inscriptions found on Germanic bracteates of the Migration era. If you want to see the artefacts we are talking about then watch the original stream on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/live/v_CmIgXZuDI?feature=shared Outro music is Wodenwyrd -Wulfslaep ..read more
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Film Review: River's Edge (1986)
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by Survive the Jive
5M ago
I discussed the classic generation X teen move "River's Edge" with Frodi on the Decameron film review festival for the Guide to Kulchur podcast. This is a bit different from my normal history discussions but I think the sociological issues raised by the film are interesting to consider. You can hear more of the GTK podcast at https://www.spreaker.com/show/guide-to-kulchur ..read more
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Debunking the BBC's Horrible Black History
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by Survive the Jive
5M ago
The BBC produced a song for the Horrible Histories children's program called 'Been Here From the Start' which makes several spurious, misleading and outright false claims about black people living in ancient Britain. From Cheddar man to Septimius Severus and the Moors, I debunk the lies contained in the BBC video and present the truth ..read more
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The Earliest Civilisation? Vinca Culture with Ben Elliott
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by Survive the Jive
5M ago
The Vinca culture of Serbia is one of the first human civilisations. Possibly the first to smelt copper, one of the earliest uses of a symbolic proto-script and a hyper industrious producer of advanced ceramics including the earliest anthropomorphic life size clay busts. Yet few know of the wonders of this ancient culture. In this episode, I spoke to the historian Ben Elliott who travelled to Serbia to make a film called Quest for Vinca which aims to increase awareness of these fascinating Neolithic people. Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/survivethejive Ben's linkedIn https://www ..read more
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