„So, I first chose the name Wotanism over Odinism. First because W. O. T. A. N. makes a perfect acronym for the Will Of The Aryan Nation. Secondly because he was called Wotan on the European continent and only called Odin in Scandinavia. Therefore Wotan appeals to the genetic memory of more of our ancestors. And finally because a split had to be made with the game players, deceivers and universalists who had usurped the name Odin.“

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Wotanism (Odinism)

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Naming it with the ecstatic breath,
Because it had such dignity,
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