By David Lane
Member of The Order
Until the White race realizes that there is only one source from which we can
ascertain lasting truths, there will never be peace or stability on this earth. In the
immutable Laws of Nature are the keys to life, order, and understanding. The
words of men, even those which some consider "inspired" are subject to the
translations, vocabulary, additions, subtractions, and distortions of fallible mortals.
Therefore, every writing or influence, ancient or modern, must be strained through
the test of conformity to Natural Law. The White Peoples of the earth must
collectively understand that they are equally subject to the iron-hard Laws of
Nature with every other creature of the Universe, or they will not secure peace,
safety, nor even their existence. The world is in flames because Races, Sub-races,
Nations, and Cultures are being forced to violate their own Nature-ordained
instincts for self-preservation. Many men of good will, but little understanding, are
struggling against symptoms which are the result of disobedience to Natural Law.
As is the Nature of Man, most take narrow, provincial stances predicated on views
formed by immediate environment, current circumstances, and conditioned
dogma. This is encouraged by that powerful and ruthless Tribe which has
controlled the affairs of the world for untold centuries by exploiting Man's most
base instincts. Conflict among and between the unenlightened serves as their mask
and shield. A deeper understanding of the Fundamental Laws that govern the
affairs of Men is necessary if we are to save civilization from its usurious
executioners. The following are not intended to provide a detailed system of
government, but as PRECEPTS which, when understood, will benefit and preserve
a People as individuals and as a Nation.
The 88 PRECEPTS
1. Any religion or teaching which denies the Natural Laws of the Universe is false.
2. Whatever Peoples perception of God, or Gods, or the motive Force of the
Universe might be, they can hardly deny that Nature's Law are the work of, and
therefore the intent of, that Force.
3. God and religion are distinct, separate and often conflicting concepts. Nature
evidences the divine plan, for the natural world is the work of the force or the
intelligence men call God. Religion is the creation of mortals, therefore
predestined to fallibility. Religion may preserve or destroy a People, depending on
the structure given by its progenitors, the motives of its agents and the vagaries of
4. The truest form of prayer is communion with Nature. It is not vocal. Go to a
lonely spot, if possible a mountaintop, on a clear, star-lit night, ponder the majesty
and order of the infinite macrocosm. Then consider the intricacies of the equally
infinite microcosm. Understand that you are on the one hand inconsequential
beyond comprehension in the size of things, and on the other hand, you are
potentially valuable beyond comprehension as a link in destiny's chain. There you
begin to understand how pride and self can co-exist with respect and reverence.
There we find harmony with Nature and with harmony comes strength, peace and
5. Secular power systems protect and promote religions, which teach of an after-
life. Thus, people are taught to abandon defenses against the predators of this life.
6. History, both secular and religious, is a fable conceived in self-serving deceit
and promulgated by those who perceive benefits.
7. Religion in its most beneficial form is the symbology of a People and their
culture. A multiracial religion destroys the senses of uniqueness, exclusivity and
value necessary to the survival of a race.
8. What men call the super natural is actually the natural not yet understood or
9. A proliferation of laws with the resultant loss of freedom is a sign of, and
directly proportional to, spiritual sickness in a Nation.
10. If a Nation is devoid of spiritual health and moral character, then government
and unprincipled men will fill the vacancy. Therefore, freedom prospers in moral
values and tyranny thrives in moral decay.
11. Truth requires little explanation. Therefore, beware of verbose doctrines. The
great principles are revealed in brevity.