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How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil

How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil

“Before patriarchal times, Friday the 13th was considered the day of the Goddess. It was considered a day to worship the Divine Feminine that lives in us all and to honor the cycles of creation and death and rebirth.” But before Christianity came along, Friday the 13th was "a very powerful day for feminine energy and [...]

January 13, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

In India's case we have William Dalrymple, a complete social misfit in his own native land, so he decided to transplant himself in the same manner which bubonic plague once ravaged Europe by hitching a free ride on fleas infesting rats. Dalrymple has suddenly become the spokesperson on what he calls Hindu 'extremism' when he [...]

October 22, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 2

Brexit : Why is the EU Collapsing but ‘Hindu’ India Remains Intact?

Brexit : Why is the EU Collapsing but ‘Hindu’ India Remains Intact?

From its independence in 1947 it was predicted by many in the west that India would collapse. The pro-Pakistan policies of UK, France, USA and many others as well as the sympathy shown by them to secessionist movements, most notably in Punjab, Kashmir and Nagaland, the belief that India is heading to civil war due [...]

July 12, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 52

Monotheistic depredations do not stop

Monotheistic depredations do not stop

Whether they admit it or not, lack of respect for other religions, particularly indigenous polytheisms, is a core tenet of monotheism (both Islam and Christianity).(1) One need only look at how both of these religions spread and gained power: by colonizing and destroying indigenous religions across the globe and by using terror and sometimes torture [...]

June 21, 2016 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice 33

India : Baptizing Tribal Hindus to Christianity In Orissa

India : Baptizing Tribal Hindus to Christianity  In Orissa

Pastor Lordson Roch cnverting Hindus in Orissa [...]

May 31, 2016 HHR HHR Videos, India, World Focus Comments Off on India : Baptizing Tribal Hindus to Christianity In Orissa

THE SECULARIST MANIFESTO : An Essential Guide to Understanding P-Secs, Sepoys, and Other Colonized Indian Minds

THE SECULARIST MANIFESTO : An Essential Guide to Understanding P-Secs, Sepoys, and Other Colonized Indian Minds

By Prashant Parikh [...]

May 27, 2016 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, India, World Focus Comments Off on THE SECULARIST MANIFESTO : An Essential Guide to Understanding P-Secs, Sepoys, and Other Colonized Indian Minds

Restoration Now!

Restoration Now!

In this article, Well known author Galina Krasskova examines how monotheism became the domain theme in our thinking, and how the deep spiritual beliefs of ancient and great civilisations were suppressed and obliterated with horrific violence. The same nefarious forces which now target Hindus committed crimes against humanity with their carnage and intolerance. It is [...]

May 5, 2016 Guest Author Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice, World Focus 1

Epilepsy and the origins of Monotheism

Epilepsy and the origins of Monotheism

Five closely related Egyptian Pharaohs shared two unusual traits – each had unusually feminized figures (large breasts and large hips), and each died young (and in fact younger than the preceding one). The former trait is suggestive of epilepsy, and the latter of a hereditary disorder. The five are Tutankhamen “the boy king”, his probable [...]

March 11, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on Epilepsy and the origins of Monotheism

The True Story Behind Valentine’s Day

The True Story Behind Valentine’s Day

“The association of St. Valentine with romantic love can in many ways be traced to the poetry of medieval writers, the most notable among them being Geoffrey Chaucer. In his poem ‘The Parliament of Fowles,’ it is on St. Valentine’s Day that the birds choose their mate before the arrival of Spring. … The association [...]

February 14, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on The True Story Behind Valentine’s Day

Paganism vs Christianity In Russia

Paganism vs Christianity In Russia

These days there is a rebirth old Slavic pagan traditions in Russia and rest of the Slavic countries. The followers of Slavic paganism often build copies of old pagan Idols (Kumir) monuments of wood and stone and then gather for some rituals, fun or anything Slavic Rodnovers do. They usually try to reconstruct the true [...]

November 26, 2015 HHR Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on Paganism vs Christianity In Russia