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Oct 27, 2009

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Stephen A. McNallen

Just in case there is any misunderstanding, neither I (Stephen McNallen) nor the Asatru Folk Assembly support the philosophy of the National Socialist Movement or any related group.

Mr. Skallagrim's statement linking me with the idea that a person's thoughts are genetically determined is nonsense; I have never said anything of the sort. General psychological traits are at least partly hereditary, but our thoughts are still our own.

I do believe that people - regardless of background - would do better to follow the spiritual path that originated with their ancestors. Indigenous religions are not pulled out of a vacuum; they are the distilled essence of a particular people's history and prehistory.

Readers should visit the web site of the AFA to find out for themselves what we believe...http://runestone.org.

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