Saturday, October 06, 2007

An Aryan Woman Remembered


The following magificent epitaph was found carved on a stone in the Swiss alps, in one of the early Gothic runic alphabets. Archaeologists and scholars are not certain exactly how old it is, but they believe it may date from around the fifth century A. D.


Traveller, short is my say.
Stop and read these runes.
This somber slab covers a beautiful woman.
Her name was Juhiza.
She was my light and my only love.
What I wished, she wished also.
What I shunned, she shunned also.
Good she was, and chaste, loyal, discreet.
She walked nobly and spoke kindly.
Traveller, I have finished.
Go.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

beautiful.....


sigh

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Northwest migration is the greatest plan ever ! Our "Little Europe" here on the Oklahoma-Texas state line are planning to head that way in August, so there will be 237 more white people living in the Northwest by the end of the summer.

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Robert Redbeard said...

237 more, that is the greatest thing I have heard in a long time.

Good luck!

2:12 PM  

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