Items from our Saxon Heritage

Christmas in Sweden - 1940

When Christmas was really White, although it is laced with some Jewish Hollywood propaganda.


King Alfred Of England by Jacob Abbott


Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, by

Harper & Brothers,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York.


It is the object of this series of histories to present a clear, distinct, and connected narrative of the lives of those great personages who have in various ages of the world made themselves celebrated as leaders among mankind, and, by the part they have taken in the public affairs of great nations, have exerted the widest influence on the history of the human race. The end which the author has had in view is twofold: first, to communicate such information in respect to the subjects of his narratives as is important for the general reader to possess; and, secondly, to draw such moral lessons from the events described and the characters delineated as they may legitimately teach to the people of the present age. Though written in a direct and simple style, they are intended for, and addressed to, minds possessed of some considerable degree of maturity, for such minds only can fully appreciate the character and action which exhibits itself, as nearly all that is described in these volumes does, in close combination with the conduct and policy of governments, and the great events of international history.

Racial and National Identity

By Rev. William P. Gale 

Racial and National Identity

This booklet has been prepared for Christians in the hope that it will provide a better understanding of the Holy Scriptures. As Jesus preached the Gospel of the Kingdom, we emphasize the fact that a Kingdom is a GOVERNMENT. In support of position, we return to a prophecy of Isaiah in Chapter 9, vs.6-7; Chapter 22, vs.21 and the fact that the Constitution of the United States is a Christian government known as a Constitutional Republic.

Since Jesus preached the Gospel of the Kingdom, it seems necessary that we clarify the so-called “Gospel of Salvation.” The Apostle Paul is very learned on the subject of salvation and writes much concerning the matter. Where Paul is very learned on the subject of salvation and writes very much concerning the matter. Where Paul writes about salvation, there are passages relating to the “Gospel.” Theologians have therefore “interpreted” that the Gospel referred to by Paul is the Gospel of Salvation. Paul did preach Jesus Christ, therefore Paul must have preached the “Gospel” that Jesus said to preach (See Matt. Chap. 4, vs. 23; Chap. 9 vs. 35; Mark, Chap. 1, vs. 14 and Luke, Chap. 4 vs. 43.)

The Prioress' Tale in Chaucer's Middle English

This story from Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales is often omitted from collections of his work. It is about Hugh of Lincoln, a boy who was victim of the jewish ritual murder of young Christians, a practice believed to be carried down to this very day. For help with many of the medieval English words, see the Middle-English glossary at

The Prioress’s Tale in Modern English - Translated by A. S. Kline

The Prologue to the Prioress’s Tale

Domine dominus noster: O Lord, our Lord (Psalm 8)

‘O Lord, our Lord, your name how marvellous

It is, far spread in this great world!’ quoth she,

‘For not only is your praise, most precious,

Celebrated by men of dignity,

But in the mouths of children your bounty

Is celebrated too; for at the breast sucking

Sometimes they’ll display their thanksgiving.