Orthodox Ethno-Theology and the Forced Demographic Replacement of Eastern Europe

In a recent 700-word statement by the governing body of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, the Holy Synod has petitioned the country’s government to “stop admitting foreign refugees.” It noted that “it has compassion for those already in the country but that accepting more refugees from the North Africa and Middle East could put at risk the existence of Bulgaria as a state and as a people.” It also went on to call the influx of refugees “a wave which has acquired all the signs of an invasion.” The statement signed by the Bulgarian Orthodox Church Patriarch Neofit, said that in recent months the question had been repeatedly asked of what its position was on the refugee problem; the Church said, “it was obliged to think in terms of scripture, God’s commandments and the context of history, meaning having regard to the implications of events and how they would affect the long-time Orthodox people, the flock that our Lord Jesus Christ has entrusted to our care.” This in turn raised the issue of whether the flow of refugees, if it continued in the current extent, “would change the existing ethnic balance in our fatherland Bulgaria.”

Many Orthodox Christians raised in the American melting pot wish to impose upon Orthodoxy an internationalist anthropology that claims Humanity is so completely one that distinctions such as ethnicity and race do not exist, or if they do exist are absolutely insignificant, and are just social constructs with no theological significance.  God intended for organic Nations to exist as part of His creation, as well as to continue into eternity and are not just the by products of chance.  It is also a sin for one to wish, let alone endeavor, to see Organic Nations come to an end or be snuffed out in any way whether through Hot Genocide (Physical violence) or the more popular Cool Genocide (Encouraged mass emigration and interbreeding). Continue reading


Globalist Propaganda: Its Effect on the Orthodox values of Macedonia

A collection of beleaguered Orthodox Churches has played a vitally significant role in the development of Eastern European culture and society. They have established significant traditional values, moral codes, and beliefs in the frames of their respective cultures and communities that were accepted from the earliest stages in the development of the Balkan nations and were strictly important in the building of the free and prosperous nations and nation-states during the national revivals in Eastern Europe.  With the absence of those values it’s unlikely to think that the societies we see today would have existed without falling in decline.

The Slavic tribes from Macedonia, who initially settled on the Balkans between the 6th and 8th centuries AD, were among the first to accept the Orthodox faith from the neighboring Byzantine Empire. The people from Macedonia were also the first to realize that the use of local vernaculars in the preaching of doctrines and beliefs by the Church, instead of the till-then exclusive Greek language, would bring the support to the faith from the rest of the Slavic people in Europe.

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Becoming A Legionnaire: Temperance

The journey of the Orthodox believer begins when you make a profession of Faith to follow Christ and His Church. This however does not end your struggle, as many “once saved always saved” low Church Protestants would like you to believe. The remainder of your life must be spent going through a process of theosis: becoming one with God through prayer, fasting, doing good works, increasing your Faith and mortifying your worldly and flesh related desires. One of the most important steps in your journey up the ladder of salvation is taking the call to temperance in one’s life.

When many hear the word temperance, they think that it just means not drinking alcohol, but what it really means is having the virtue of self restraint. Throughout our lives we will be plagued by fleshly desires and demonic influences that will attempt to tear us off the ladder of salvation and into the very pits of Hell, but through the power of God and a steadfast desire to renounce the ways of the materialist world, we can shake off these urges and temptations and become closer to our Creator.

"Sinners that repent are still saved; both publicans and fornicators cleansed by repentance enter into the Kingdom of Heaven. The compassionate God still calls to Himself all that have turned away, and He awaits them and promises them mercy. The loving Father still receives His prodigal sons come back from a far country and He opens the doors of His house and clothes them in the best robe, and gives them each a ring on their hand and shoes on their feet and commands all the saints to rejoice in them." + St. Tikhon of Zadonsk

“Sinners that repent are still saved; both publicans and fornicators cleansed by repentance enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.
The compassionate God still calls to Himself all that have turned away, and He awaits them and promises them mercy.
The loving Father still receives His prodigal sons come back from a far country and He opens the doors of His house and clothes them in the best robe, and gives them each a ring on their hand and shoes on their feet and commands all the saints to rejoice in them.” + St. Tikhon of Zadonsk

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Intro to Orthodoxy Reading List

I find myself being asked the same question over and over, “What books should I start with to understand Orthodoxy?” This question is a logical one given that those in the West have been cut off from Orthodoxy for over a thousand years. The Traditions of our ancestors and the historical Church have been kept away from Westerners for too long, and now as the Vatican II Catholic Church and various Protestant denominations are falling over themselves to jump on the Modernism bandwagon and forgo Sacred Tradition for what is popular with the secular popular culture, we must work to reconnect ourselves to True Christianity that is found inside the walls of the Orthodox Church.

"Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle." -2 Thessalonians 2:15

“Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle.” -2 Thessalonians 2:15 [Original Artwork Copyright Ann Chapin]

The first step to understanding Orthodoxy is to understand the history of the first thousand years of Christianity. When one looks at the earliest records of Christian dogma and style of worship, it’s startling how little contemporary American Christianity has in common historical Christendom.

The heretical “Prosperity Gospel” of acquiring wealth as a way to salvation and the equally heretical “Christian Zionism” that are so popular within the Evangelical and low Church Protestant movement in America are found nowhere within the words of the Saints, pronouncements of the Councils, or Scripture. We must detoxify ourselves from American Christianity and instead find our way back to the path of the Faith of the glorious martyrs, confessors, and Saints of the Church.

Orthodoxy–meaning “Right Belief” in Greek–is the Faith that has been unchanged for over two thousand years. Throughout centuries of attack by both political and religious enemies, the rising of various heresies, and attempts at oppression and subversion by those who hate Truth, the Orthodox Church has stood firm in the dedication to following the Church of Christ and the principles, dogmas, and values of Christianity established by Christ and His Apostles from the earliest days of the Faith until the Second Coming of our Savior.

With all of this in mind, this is my “Top Five” list for those interested in Orthodoxy to reconnect with the living and Apostolic Church of our forefathers.

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RE: Another Open Letter Demanding Heimbach’s Head

Heimbach Contra Mundum

Heimbach Contra Mundum

A fellow brother in Christ, Ryan “Silouan” Hunter, has published an open letter demanding even more public condemnation of Matthew Heimbach from the Church than he has already received.

Please afford me an opportunity to respond to Mr. Hunter’s letter.

Phyletism

The charge of “phyletism” against Mr. Heimbach is intellectually irresponsible, as the scope of this canon relates to relations within the Church, specifically relating to communion and jurisdiction. He has already published an explicit renunciation of phyletism in all its permutations, despite having never advocated for it in the first place. Heimbach confirms, frequently and sincerely, that all of the races and nations are equal in the eyes of God, that Orthodoxy is indeed for all the races and nations of the world, and that communion should never be denied a man on account of his identity.

Were the original or implied scope of the canon against phyletism as broad as Mr. Hunter and his cohorts insist, then Matthew Heimbach is the least of the Church’s problems, as the vast majority of Orthodox Christians the world over are proud of and supportive of their ethnic identity. In fact, the American dioceses ecumenically support specifically racial outreach projects, such as the Society of Saint Moses. Heimbach fully supports the mission of the Society of Saint Moses, but this glaring double-standard has yet to be explained or defended.

In fact, the heresy of phyletism is being committed by those who insist that Whites and Whites alone must renounce, reject, or be silent about their White identities in order to receive communion. What’s been done to Heimbach is a textbook case of phyletism, denying him communion due to a political rejection of his racial and ethnic identity, the White American identity. All he’s ever asked is for the Church to extend the same dignity and respect for his racial and ethnic identity that it has historically done an excellent job of extending to every other identity.

Being anti-white is found nowhere Holy Tradition.

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Heimbach Contra Mundum