Ostara Publications is an independent publishing house, founded in 1999 to publish March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race, a book which still remains its flagship work.

Since then, Ostara Publications has steadily expanded its publishing range to include authors as diverse as Karl Marx and Adolf Hitler, in the belief that no-one has anything to fear from the free exchange of ideas.

Ultimately, Ostara Publications intends to be a resource for Eurocentric history, politics, and study, rooted firmly in the understanding that the European people, just like all other races on earth, have an intrinsic right to existence, a past to be proud of, and a future to look forward to.

“Ostara” is derived from the Old High German word “Ēostre,” the goddess of Spring, rebirth and fertility of ancient Europe. Her symbols were the rabbit and the egg, both representing fertility.

Der Frühling (“The Spring”) by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1805.

Ēostre was first mentioned by the Venerable Bede in his 725 AD work The Reckoning of Time, where he says that every Springtime, the Germanics held feasts to celebrate the new crops and animals of Spring, and that in so doing they honored the goddess Ēostre.

When Christianity came to dominate Europe, this festival of Spring, of new life, and of rebirth, was renamed “Easter,” and allocated the story of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. Nonetheless, the pagan symbols of rabbits and eggs remained too strongly ingrained to be erased.

Ostara Publications therefore honors and supports the concept of the rebirth, the new life, and a new era of Eurocentrism.