The Vala was there at the beginning of time and she spoke.
"On all sides I saw the Valkyries assemble, Ready to ride to the ranks of the gods"

Norse myth & sagas

I will be speaking on norse creation saga, the golden age called Frodafridr, about skygods, creation gods and the noble warrior, the magical rune row Utharken and much more...



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The magical rune row Utharken

He is perhaps best known for his runological work and theories. He presented the ”Uthark theor”, therefor the old Utharken is better known as ”the magical rune row”.

Sky gods, Creation gods and the Noble warrior

The most known skygod in Norse myth is Heimdall, even though Tor and Tyr also are candidates. I will venture to say there is yet another skygod, forgotten from a time when our forefathers viewed the sky differently.

Maiden mythology in Norse society

I’m exploring the purpose of initiations called ”sacred marriage” and the esoterica behind ”finding a spirit spouse.

Sol-Vagnen - Our ancestors were sun worshipers

Our ancestors were sun worshipers. The Sol- vagnen is perhaps the finest example of a Scandinavian Bronze Age religion.

The golden age and the mead of poetry

In norse mythology there was a time that was called the ”golden age” where ”peace and wisdom” ruled the land this time is known as Frodafridr.

Norse Creation Story

I'll speak of the creation story in Norse myth and the nine worlds around the ”the great measuring tree Yggdrasil". And out of this giant the first humans, Ask and Embla where created.

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The magical rune row Utharken

There was an author and poet born in Värmland , Sweden, in 1881, worked in Lund and died there in 1937 by the name Sigurd Agrell. He is perhaps best known for his runological work and theories. He presented the ”Uthark theor”, therefor the old Utharken is better known as ”the magical rune row”. He focuses on rune magic and gematria. He was well-versed in Roman and Greek mythology and had excellent knowledge about the Indo-European mythologies as well as Norse mythology. The book ”Lapptrummor och Runmagi" is one of the books that Sigurd Agrell wrote about rune magic and I take information from that book when I briefly try to describe the 24 runes in the magic rune row Utharken, it’s about the symbol, the numerical and the sound value plus its connection with Norse and Indo-European mythologies.

Sky gods, Creation gods and the Noble warrior

The most known skygod in Norse myth is Heimdall, even though Tor and Tyr also are candidates.
I will venture to say there is yet another skygod, forgotten from a time when our forefathers viewed the sky differently. I will explore on this.
I will also bring focus the three creation gods; Oden, Höner and Lodur. We know about Oden but who is Höner and Lodur?
And talk about the awakening process of ”the noble warrior” the Aristos; (the warrior cast connected to the remnant blood of the ancient Indo European people).

Maiden mythology in Norse society

I’m speaking about the role that a godess, giantess or Valkyries played in Norse society when it comes to initiating kings or warriors.
I’m exploring the purpose of initiations called ”sacred marriage” and the esoterica behind ”finding a spirit spouse”.
The great psychologist Carl Jung have greatly contributed to our understanding of the unconscious influence of the archetypes, I’m speaking about this as well as the process of how we become more self-aware, and how we integrate the shadow self of our psyche.
The knowledge about this process could aid the Aristos in the adventure of forming ”nobility of character”.
I’m mentioning the greatest archeological findings in Scandinavia since Viking age as well as a historical event from the last pagan temple of Uppsala. Lastley I’m speaking about the halls of initiation, Valhöll and Folkäng and Norse divination “art of Sejdr and Galdr” and the mediators of the ceremonies; the Gydjas, the Völvas, the Valas.

Sol-Vagnen - Our ancestors were sun worshipers

Our ancestors were sun worshipers. The Sol- vagnen is perhaps the finest example of a Scandinavian Bronze Age religion.It also provides insight into the timing of the domestication of the horse in Scandinavia. Another important symbol in the north is the sun cross also called ”the wheel of the year” ”årshjulet”. Its a cross with a circle around it. It represent the four cosmic turning points ; vinter solstice, spring equinox, summer solstice and the fall equinox.
We have never let go of our heathen traditions. All the way back from the Nordic Bonze age we’ve been honouring and worshiping the life giving sun. In such a times as this when our trust for governmental rule and leaders are virtually erased, we are (through our blood memory) being reminded of our ancestors respect, dependency and awe of our land, gods and cosmos. we shall worship our life giving sun and give credence to our pantheon of gods we shall be taught that of the old ways. Again shall we awaken the Indo -European soul, with a new vision to guard our own traditions, culture and blood.

The golden age and the mead of poetry

In norse mythology there was a time that was called the ”golden age” where ”peace and wisdom” ruled the land this time is known as Frodafridr. It was also the time when Kvasir, ”the personification of infinite wisdom and knowledge " created by the gods moved freely through the worlds. I will also speak about the Aesir-Vanir war and what started it and what happened to the precious mead of poetry hidden in the underworld by the lady of wisdom.

Norse Creation Story

I'll speak of the creation story in Norse myth and the nine worlds around the ”the great measuring tree Yggdrasil". Where the hot and fire realm of Muspelheim melt the icy cold and misty realm of Nifelheim and creates the Ur-giant Jotun Ymer. And out of this giant the first humans, Ask and Embla where created.