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Introducing Fallow Fields

Heathen Harvest presents Fallow Fields a new forum for literature within the post industrial community.

Fallow Fields is intended to give voice to the writings of musicians, artists, renegades, revolutionaries, academics, poets, and other free thinking and explorative folks.

After contemplating the degree of academic, historic, cultural, political and religious / spiritual research that it is invested in much of the neofolk, martial, metal and post industrial music genres I came upon the idea of creating a forum dedicated to the open discussion and exploration of topics that often filter through the music we love. With the creation of Fallow Fields I hope to offer a collective literature experience that will offer the Heathen Harvest audience an opportunity to explore topics outside the bounds of music.

Fallow Fields is an open forum and there is no editorial censorship concerning points of view or individual opinions. We do not host material of a proselytizing nature nor will we host supremacy material.

We encourage you to spread the word and to share your own writing if you feel so inspired.

Please enjoy and as always please feel free to share your comments or impressions with us.



Stone Idols, Desert God: A Critical Consideration of Alain de Benoist’s On Being A Pagan

As I have alluded, the critical junction in this book lies in its failure to effect the union of opposites between two competing thread’s in Nietzsche’s philosophy. Benoist is relatively blameless for this failing, buried as it is deeply in the heart of Nietzsche’s work.

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A Brief Overview of Psych Folk and Acid Folk (1960's-Present)

Many of the late 60s, 70s acid/psych and progfolk bands from Germany are already reissued now. I don’t think these groups hung much together, but it is clear that within the inventive Krautrock being popular in Germany, a period of making experiments, and longer improvisations with structure, also the acoustic examples were inventive and creative.

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The Mystical Poetry of Michaela Sefler

Michaela Sefler is an mystical poet living in Montreal, Canada. Her poetry is spiritual and esoteric and her poems allude to ancient ideals. In her poetry she draws on the Qabbala, and other ancient writings, to convey a message of hope, and survival describing ancient truths and present actualities. She has five published compilations of poetry. Still true, A fortress in my heart, The sun is hot, Through the ages, and Seven stars.  Within, you will find 6 of her poems for your reading pleasure.

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A Glance into the Israeli Post-industrial Scene

When that nebulous term post-industrial is mentioned, a number of diverse scenes readily spring to mind, ranging from the English neofolk of the early eighties headed by the triumvirate of Sol Invictus, Death in June and Current 93, through to the manic aural missives of the Japanoise scene, led by the proliferate Merzbow.  But one scene that hardly springs to mind is the small yet vibrant and emergent Israeli scene. Fans of the noisier end of the spectrum may be able to rattle off a few names but the scene as a whole remains relatively unknown. Thus, a brief, introductory article seemed to be in order.

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Neofolk: Religion, Rebellion, Renewal

For years, admiration of social Darwinism, vˆlkisch writers, European paganism, together with condemnation of religion, technology and the modern world have come to define the so-called "neofolk" scene. This collective movement, with its base and ideology in centuries past, has attempted through song, in print, and grassroots activism to contest a postmodern landscape. However with the rejection of religion, poor comprehension of forms of power and a flexible, highly developed late-capitalism, does this musical sphere and its related social movements serve any purpose?

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Solar Dances: The World of Hekate

Arne: The sun is the holy flame everybody should bear inside - a symbol of life and death. In ancient times people knew about the sun's importance: they were dependent on the sun in everything they did, they were guided by the sun and thanked her by celebrating the solstices. Last year the sun played a very important role and reminded people of her power.

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Ancestral Voices: Heathen Music in Germany

Part of a loose ‘scene’ comprising among others Forseti and Darkwood, Sonne Hagal also hail from former East Germany. In their own words, “the Runes and the Gods of Nordic mythology are a constant presence and a central part not only in our music but also in our daily life…With every new song about Odin and Hel, about Fehu and Hagal, about the shining sun and the sacred earth, these forces are being invigorated...We are acting from a position of strength and are allied with these mighty forces.”

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The Solar Woman and Lunar Male

If we must come up with an answer, I would suggest this gendering of sun and moon may have something to do with the Norse and Germanic cultures counting time by the moon - ie - using a "lunar calendar" - at some point in the distant past. Use of the lunar calendar is something common enough among the less settled and domesticated peoples of history, and several lunar calendars are still in use throughout the world. Perhaps also the apparent ambivalence of the sun in the northern latitudes - ie - the "winter-sun" - might also have contributed to the idea of a more receptive solar force and more potent moon. So, the moon would appear to be the more "masculine" of the two major celestial luminaries.

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Paranoid - A Short Story Written By Kenji Siratori

Kenji Siratori: a Japanese cyberpunk writer who is currently bombarding the internet with wave upon wave of highly experimental, uncompromising, progressive, intense prose. His is a writing style that not only breaks with tradition, it severs all cords, and can only really be compared to the kind of experimental writing techniques employed by the Surrealists, William Burroughs and Antonin Artaud. Embracing the image mayhem of the digital age, his relentless prose is nonsensical and extreme, avant-garde and confused, with precedence given to twisted imagery, pace and experimentation over linear narrative and character development. With unparalleled stylistic terrorism, he unleashes his literary attack. An unprovoked assault on the senses. Blood Electric (Creation Books) was acclaimed by David Bowie.

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Berserks: A History of Indo-European "Mad Warriors"

Berserks--blustering, mad warriors scorning wounds and death embody the spirit of reckless attack. Though the berserk warrior tradition spans some three thousand years, its history has yet to be written. The following gives an outline of that history in five parts. The first part deals with the earliest known berserks at the end of the bronze age. The second traces berserks through the bronze, iron, and middle ages. The third part describes the berserk mind, and the fourth probes for patterns when berserks appear as attack troops alongside disciplined forces. The last, more tentative part looks at structures and functions of mad warrior styles worldwide by comparing Indo-European berserks with other similar warriors, such as Aztec quachics and India's amoks.

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