You didn't mention removing the spindle lock nut, but I assume it's removed too. You could try using a large brake drum hub or "gear" puller. Looks like you've spun / siezed at least the outer wheel bearing and probably ruined the spindle / bearing seating surface too. How well did the drum (or rotor if you have) turn by hand?
If you're creative and have a cutting torch, you MIGHT be able to heat / cut the bearing portion away to allow the puller to work better (a smokey mess at least).
Last resort...P-grind away (destroy) the surrounding hub center, down into the bearing all the way to the inner race if needed. OR drill straight through the center of the spindle (from the end) to the inner diameter of the bearing (but destroying the spindle in the process).
Won't be fun, and stand by to shell out some $'s in repair parts.
Beyond that, replace the whole spindle / hub assy as a unit.
Let's hope the puller will work, and you can save the spindle.
You can also try just heating the center race to red and then yanking the drum of rotor real fast with your hands- the heat will expand the center race enough to free it. If that fails you can continue as above-