There was a time when I was, as many others were or still are, a Christian WN. Some have even opted to adhere to a form of Protestantism called Christian Identity. It’s an interesting ideology but it is, like all other forms of Christianity when one attempts to combine with forms of nationalism, a fundamentally flawed ideology. Christian WNs typically fall into two categories: 1) the belief that God has a new Chosen and that the Church IS Israel. They believe this because the old Chosen have abandoned God by following Satan (as Christ had even told the Jews that their father is Satan, not God) and willfully and maliciously committed deicide. They also believe that the Anti-Christ will be a Jew based on some passages from Revelations. 2) the second group are the Christian Identity folks. They believe they are the legitimate Jews and the current people who falsely claim to be Jews are in fact Khazar imposters. They declare that the lost tribes of Israel are in fact the Aryan tribes and are, therefore, the true inheritors of Israel.
I was part of Category 1. Christian Identity (CI) was just too silly for me. But I guess anyone can read the Bible and get what they want out of it. You’ll find a lot of Category 1 folks in Catholicism and Orthodoxy, especially since these two Christian sects retain many pagan traditions (and are therefore appealing to those that are folkish). And anyway, Category 1 makes far more sense. But you are still left with one big fundamental problem: your entire religion still revolves around Jews and you still believe your pagan ancestors were dirty, smelly uneducated fools that worshiped Satan. Sometimes when persuasion by facts doesn’t work, persuasion by mockery may be necessary. And WN pagans did mock and ridicule. When you can’t get through to a Christian, this method is probably necessary. If they are not too far gone, it may just work.
I do browse and post on 4chon’s /new/ and 4chan’s /pol/; yes, they are full of degeneracy, aspies, trolls, and full-retard autism. But, I must admit, they helped in “red pilling” me, both politically and spiritually in their brutal free-speech sort of way. They pointed out the flaws in WN Christian beliefs — like the fact that they worship a Jewish Rabbi named Yeshua and a desert-dwelling Jew-god named Yahweh. 4chon’s /new/ was pretty good at bringing a steady flow of ridicule for the Christians, especially by the infamous “pagan spammer”.
I think these threads get the point across. Ah, the beauty of anonymous free speech. But I digress; Various concepts found in Christianity are not, in fact, Christian nor Jewish. If you had a hard time understanding what the Trinity was in Christianity, you probably won’t grasp the even deeper and more profound meanings in paganism: how can one god be one but three at the same time; how can one god be three different entities at once with different personalities? These were all pondered long long ago by the Platonic Greek philosophers and probably pondered long before them. The closest you can get these days to the old pagan concepts other than Catholic-Orthodoxy would probably be Hinduism, though that evolved into its own thing long ago, but the concepts are still there. Try reading the Vedas and see if they make sense to you. Hopefully, they will make sense.
Perhaps this is why paganism is esoteric in nature and not open for all like Christianity. This way, only those that can grasp the concepts are accepted — it’s spiritual eugenics. Christianity will take anyone. Not even the Jews do that. Though, there is no “central command” in paganism, so we’ll get all sorts of New Age idiots that bastardize paganism and treat it as if it were Christianity but with more gods or like a live-action version of Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying. All this aside, I think we’ve figured out by now that a large chunk of Christianity (Jewish nonsense aside) is taken directly from pagan rituals and beliefs. The very idea of one true creator god itself (the Monad) comes from Greek philosophical schools like the Pythagoreans and of course the various incarnations of Platonism and Neo-Platonism. And while I am not sure how true this is, I’ve even heard that Emperor Constantine even thought about implementing a version of Neo-Platonism before going for Christianity instead as the official state religion.
Of course in all likelihood you have heard how the Jews were the first to come up with monotheism and how the Greeks stole their material. Quite the contrary, you see. Jewish philosophical thinkers that came up with Kabala simply recycled European Gnosticism and then claimed credit. People like Philo Judaeus did precisely the same. It’s much the same with Christianity — recycle old ideas, feed to masses, claim credit, kill off competition. The whole idea of a Christ-like figure isn’t anything unique that the Jews came up with either. It’s another example of the recycle/claim credit method used to fool goyim. The Biblical Christ is really a composite character of a couple of different European gods with a bunch of Greco-Roman philosophy tossed in for good measure. We know about light-bearers, that were seen as beacons of intellectual and spiritual light, like Apollo, Baldr, Odin, and so forth. We of course know how Christianity later treated them: they were made the Devil or one of his minions and Odin was even turned into a wandering Jew in Christian folklore. It’s a shame, really. What was previously good, like honor and enlightenment then became what was bad and sinful.
For now, I will leave you with a screenshot from a 4chon/new thread: