Wednesday, 3 December 2014

The Four Hallows - Gral Runes.

The Legend of the Four Hallows comes through Ireland and the Tuatha de Danaan, so it is here that we must start to look for clues as to what these sacred objects are. We need to understand that these are Spiritual Sacred Objects and even though physical examples may arise through history the underlying essence is one of spirit. I do not think that the importance of these objects has as yet been appreciated - they may well be Magical Power-Weapons useful to us in the struggle against the Dark Forces that seek to destroy our Folk.

We will now look at the Tuatha de Danaan who have a very mysterious and interesting legend in regard to their invasion of Ireland. They are said to have originated in an Island of the North called Lochlann which some hold to be Norway, but which, like the English Island of the North - Scandi - was probably the original Thule-Hyperborea. Here we must be careful not to mix up the Hyperborea (The Northern Centre) with the later At-al-land (Atlantis, the later North-Western Centre). And even then we should understand that the First Hyperborea (I shall call this Ur-Hyperborea) was the one that the Gods lived on, followed by the Second Hyperborea which was where a race of God-Men lived as Herodotus tells us -

'...a glacial island located in the Great North, where lived transparent men'.  (My underlining).

We can see from this that these God-Men were 'transparent' and would probably have had a kind of blue-hue since they would be the true Blue-Bloods, a name given to royalty and to kingship, even though this is a degenerate form of the original Hyperboreans - Sons of Boreas (Sons of Bor).

The later At-al-land was the massive north-western continent of which these islands were once part, prior to its sinking over a long period of time, and its final death through a massive tsunami. The Sacred Stone held by Woden's Folk was thrown up from the centre of the Earth in the latter part of this catastrophe some 7,000 years ago (or thereabouts, we can never be sure, though this dating was given to me by an Odinist Wizard in Scotland which for me makes it have some truth). The last catastrophe broke apart the Scottish Highlands, splitting it along the Moray Firth (where the Stone was found); it is noteworthy that Loch Ness is also along this know fault-line, and Aleister Crowley established his base at Boleskine, before finishing his life at Hastings. The Sacred Stone was found at a place named the Fairy Glen, a place where I actually witnessed the manifestation of one of the Shining Ones - one of the Elvin-Race.

To get back to the Tuatha de Danaan. Their original legend tells that they came in flying ships through a mist of fog, but could not land because the Fomorians had set up a great energy-field that they could not penetrate. They circled Ireland 9 times (Sacred Number 9) before finding a break in the energy-field  and settled down on the Iron Mountain (Sliabh an Iarainn) in Co. Leitrim. They fought the Fir Blogs and then the Fomorians and defeated the Fomorian warrior - Balor. The appearance of one of the chiefs of the Formorians was said to be tall, blond and blue-eyed, which suggests that both sides were of the Aryan Race or Nordic Race. That they came in 'flying ships' suggests something like the vimanas of Aryan Indian Lore, but this was later changed to ships of the sea, obviously flying-ships could not be understood as being possible in such ancient times.

The four cities whence the Tuatha de Danaan came from were - Failias/Falias, Gorias, Findias, and Murias, the roots of which are Fal, Gor, Find, & Mur. From these cities the Four Hallows were brought -

Morias - The Cauldron of Renewal was brought by Manannan who gave his name to the Isle of Man, and who is probably Manu, Mannaz, Mannus etc. In a dream of 1997, whilst the Hale-Bopp Comet was in the north skies, highlighted by Berkana, I was told that the comet had been 'sent by Morgana' who, of course, is Morgan le Fey (Morgan the Fate) and who was originally the Morrigan of Irish Lore. We would call her Urdr or Wyrd. In the same dream 'Capricorn - the Horn of Plenty - was mentioned. This, of course, is the Skapker Heidrunar which is the 'Horn of Plenty' and is the Measuring-Vessel of Heidrun the Goat (Capricorn) which feeds the Einheriar each day. These comments will be relevant to the next of the Four Hallows. This is the Cauldron of Dagda whose son was Aengus. (*)

Falias - The Stone of Destiny was brought by the Morrigan (see above) who is a battle-maiden (Walcyrge) who we know as Wyrd. This is the stone on which the rightful kings were crowned, and is (like our Holy Stone of Ing) the Stone of Origin.

Gorias - The Spear of Victory was brought by Lugh ('Light') and this is the Spear of Woden and the Spear of Destiny as we shall see as this post develops. This spear is the Gift of Ing, and we find that Ingwe-Ingus does figure in Irish Myth through a figure with a very similar myth to Ingui-Frey - Aengus or Oengus.

Findias - Ogma carried the Sword of Light, and Ogma gives his name to the Ogham Signs, and he was probably Og, Ygg etc. (These all develop from a primal Hyperborean Race as I said, and the Germanic-Celtic divide is merely a way to 'divide and conquer').

(*) The Germanic-Celtic divide, as I have just mentioned, is totally false, and the ruling elite of these islands (as all European Nations) was through the Arya. We have seen how the Saxon Nation honoured Irmin - High God of the Arya - and the name 'Erin' seems to stem from his name, or the equivalent Eremon. The idea that the Irish are all 'Celtic' is very misleading since Niall's Saga is Icelandic and features the High KIngs of Ireland. Certain Irish leaders also went to Iceland when it was first set up by the Vikings, and we know Dublin was founded by Vikings, and indeed (if my source was correct) had remains of a previous Saxon settlement.

The Tuatha de Danaan were the Tribe of Danu which is a goddess that some associate with Anu and which is a name that is, significantly, not restricted to Ireland since there is  a cave in the Dane Hills in Leicester named Black Annis' Bower, named after a goddess called Anu, and the name 'Dane' suggests that this is Danu. The de Danaan were eventually defeated by the later invaders called the Milesians, and they were said to have gone 'underground'. This legend is important since it refers to their moving into another dimension, into Asgard-Agharti in the Inner Earth, also linked to Shambhalla. They were thereafter said to be the 'People of the Mounds' - the Siddhe - and some mounds in Ireland, particularly Newgrange, were said to be gateways to the Inner Earth. (**)

We have seen in a previous post and in articles in the magazines that the last four runes in the English Rune-Row fit nicely with the Four Hallows - the Graal Runes as we have called them. The English Rune-Row and Frisian Rune-Row (which are really the same) are the only ones to have the 33-runes and also the Graal-Runes, so these have an importance to us and the English Destiny. Whereas the Irish were lucky to have their mythology come down to them in great part the English Mythology was almost totally destroyed - we wonder why? However the Hyperborean secrets were hidden within the rune-row and we can rediscover them for ourselves - they are also hidden in the Blood Memory. We shall now look at these Graal-Runes -

Cweorth - The Sword : I first suggested that this could be related to the 'sword' and this seems to be confirmed by a comment made on a past post, where it was suggested that this may be a misspelling (***) of Sweorth which means 'sword'. I am going to go along with this because -

1. It makes sense and does fit with the other three objects.

2. I have always been slightly puzzled as to the rune-name Peorth which has to link with Cweorth through the sound. There is no 'p' in the Germanic Tongues, so this is rather out of place, so the Latin 'p' must have replaced something else. The Peorth-Rune is often associated with Wyrd, so it makes sense to see the original as being Weorth; since Wyrd is also associated with 'worth' (weorth) this makes good sense. There is another rune-name for this one and it is Tris, which is Sirt (Surt) spelled backwards.

This is therefore the Sword of Tiw, the Sword of Cheru, the Sword of Herman, the Sword of AEtla and then the Sword of Hengest, as well as being the Sword of Irmin who is the High God of the Arya-Saxons. The Cweorth-Rune is also the Fire-Twirl and thus this represents the Flaming-Sword wielded by the Kalki Avatar (HelgiH), which follows the name Battle-Flame which was the Sword of Hengest. This is the Sword of Victory or Sigisbrand which was passed from Hengest to Cerdic in the War on the Jotun in these islands (note the suffix 'brand' which suggests 'flaming'. This sword is the Sword of Wayland which was forged by Wayland the Smith, and thus Albion - Seventh Sword of Wayland.

This is also the Sword of Need (Nothung) of Wagner's Ring Cycle which is pulled from the Branstock Oak Tree by Sigmund the Wolsunga, placed there by Woden. Only the Rightful King and World Saviour can release the Sword from the Tree, which parallels King Ar-Thur pulling the Sword from the Stone. 

(***) It may be that this was a deliberate ploy to hide these mysteries from the profane, since we are aware of the deliberate destruction of the English Mythology.

Calc - The Horn/Cup/Cauldron : This is the vessel known as the Graal which is the Skapker Heidrunar - 'Measuring Vessel of Heidrun the Goat'. It is the Horn of Plenty and is associated with Capricorn (Heidrun), and it sustains the Einheriar, or should we say, the contents sustain the Einheriar. There is a Welsh legend of a 'Chest of Gwyddno Gahanhir' which means a 'measure', so we have a link to the Skapker Heidrunar, and also to a 'chest' found in Njal's Saga  - the Chest of Hildigunnr. This chest contains the Scarlet Robe of Hoskuld Hvitnesgodi and the blood from the five wounds he sustained when he was slain by five killers. 

This has parallels with the idea of the 'Turin Shroud' and the blood-image on it, contained in a 'chest'; sometimes such mysteries are carefully hidden in constructed stories that hide the true meaning from the profane. It should also be noted that the 'five wounds' and the 'blood' hint at the Holy Graal. 

The 'vessel' seems to be an allegory for the Womb of the Mother and it is linked to the Yule and the darkest night of the year. It is the Womb of Regeneration and New Life which starts off a new era. This is the time ruled by Capricorn-Sagittarius in the Wolf-Moon. This is the Cave of the Mother where the 'Son of Fire' is born.

Agni-Inga (The Sacred Fire) is the son-incarnate of the Sun-God, conceived and born by the 'virgin' Frigga-Freya (Venus), and had the carpenter Tuisto (Swastika) as his earthly father. In the Cave of the 'One of Two-Sticks' who has the name 'The Mother', lives the goddess Freya, the embodiment of Creative Powers, who gives birth to the Son under the sway of Woden (The Spirit), the breeze of the Wind, without which the Holy Fire cannot be lit. The first spark that comes from the Cave of the Sacrum of Frigga-Freya by turning the Fire-Twirl Pramantha represents the birth of Agni-Inga, and this spark is called 'The Divine Child'. This is the Mystery of Ingwe, also known as Krist-os.                                                                                (Adapted from a Hindu Text).

Stan - The Stone : The Stan-Rune has been associated with the White Horse Stone which by the locals is called the Inga-Stone. In a past article on the White Horse Stone I mentioned a link to the White Stone of Ing and I feel that the Stan-Rune also represents the White Stone of Ing. Notice the carvings on the Stone have a similarity to the shape of the Stan-Rune.

The Stan-Rune is a very complex symbolism and it has an alternative which has the XX - Ing Rune by extending the v-shaped top and bottom. This would actually give us the title Stone of Ing. The rune is also twin Peorth-Runes joined together, and thus links to Wyrd ('Stone of Destiny') and also to the idea of a Cauldron since the Peorth-Rune when placed upon its back is a Cauldron as well as the Swan-Ship of Thule/Scandi (Sceaf is the 'Swan-Knight'). We thus have the Calc-Stan link here that adds weight to the other link of Calc (Chalk-White) and Stan (Stone). 

The Stan-Rune thus represents the Stone of Origin & Destiny in our case that of the White Stone of Ing which was probably brought here in a 'ship' and placed in the area of Steyning (Stone-Ing) in the South Saxon Mark. Like the 'Stone of Destiny' this would 'cry out' when touched by the Rightful King. On it are the runes Gyfu-Ken-Ing and this represents the Gift of Ing - Fire; but since the alternative Ing-Rune is an 'inverted Y' shape this could also be the Y-Chromosome, especially since the Ing-Rune is the DNA Spiral. The Y-shape is also the Ur-Glyphic Irminsul. (This Ur-Y formula is also found in the Yr-Rune when the ur-glyphic form is used; it is the Y-Chromosome inside the Ur-Rune or Primal Mountain of the North. This also represents the Three Royal Houses of the Angles which have been recorded in the Three Crowns of Anglia legend.) 

**** The idea of a cauldron can be found in the Cauldron of Poesy which is a poem from Ireland said to have been put together by Amergin for Eber (King of the Milesians) and Donn /Duinn (God of the Dead - DNN also being the Root of oDiNN). The poem is about three cauldrons that fit with the Taoist Cauldrons and also the Cauldrons Odroerir-Bodn-Son of Norse Lore. These are the Hara-Heart (Solar Plexus)-Third Eye centres that we have worked on in other areas. (This is not a subject we shall deal with here since I have another post to do on this subject; it is important so that we can work on this in parallel to the Power-Weapons mentioned in this post.)

What is important about these 'Cauldrons' is that their use is to induce the Gift of Poetry in the Initiate, and this is the realm of Woden and the Mead of Inspiration. This is the Hidden Man-na associated with the White Stone of Ing and we should note that Mani is the Moon-God and look closely at the tale of Jack and Jill (Hyuki & Bil) related to the 'bucket of water' that is 'spilled'. It is said that the Root of Poetry is to be found -

' the Northern Islands of the world (where the Tuatha de Danaan) studied the Occult Lore, Sorcery and the Druidic Arts, Witchcraft and Magical Skills, until they surpassed their sages of the Heathen Arts...'

The root of poetry is said to be adtuithi/aduidi which implies 'from the North' coming from atuaid; We should also note the similarity between the words ad-tuithi and tuatha which would hint at the Danaan from the North. The 'Northern Islands' are Thule-Hyperborea or Scandi which is where the origins of the Germanic Folk lay - in the far distant past. These were the Ur-Druids - the true Hyperborean Druids - whose legends abound in these islands. There could have been a distortion of this priesthood at a later time, though this is a different subject we shall deal with. 

Gar - The Spear : This is the Spear of Woden, Spear of Destiny, Spear of Parsifal - G-Ung-nr which is the Gift of Ing. This is also the Tribal Spear of the Merovingian Kings (Wolsungas) who were the Sigambrian Franks (Sigi - Sire of the Wolsungas). It is the Spear that pierced the side of Woden and Krist-os. It is the Spear that is plunged into the Grail, as shown in Parsifal by Richard Wagner (the scene, it was claimed by Aleister Crowley, was first introduced by the Ordo Templi Orientis in Germany for Wagner's opera Parsifal). 

The Spear of Lugh ('Light') came from GORias, and here we have the GAR-Rune representing this Mystery. It is also noteworthy that the Sword of Nuada comes from FINdias whilst the Sword of AEtla is passed to Hengest by FINN

The Gar-Rune is an Ing-Rune and Gyfu-Rune ('Gift of Ing') which is thus related to the White Stone of Ing. So we have the Calc-Stan-Gar runes all related in subtle ways. The Sword of Tiw is also related in that the parallel to the Sword in the Tree is the Sword in the Stone - the Root *gar/car/cor/cer is found in some old Celtic words meaning 'stone'. So all four of the Graal-Runes have subtle links with each other. The Gar-Rune is the Gar-al or Graal/Gral - the Holy Blood (Sang-Real) and the Holy Grail (San Greal). 

This is the Spear of Destiny that pierced the side of Krist-os - Woden, the Tribal Spear of the Merovingian-Wolsungas, the Spear carried by Frederick Barbarossa, then Otto the Great, passed to AEthelstan who (with the Spear) forged the English Nation, was lost to the world for some time and reclaimed by Adolf Hitler in his role as Siegfried. This is the Spear of Woden that will be wielded by the World Haeland - Parsifal (The Pure Fool). 

NEWGRANGE - It would seem that Newgrange is associated with the planet Venus-Freya, which is symbolic of resurrection. Like the Egyptian Pharoahs (+) the Ur-Druids practised a special type of burial that involved the idea of a Resurrection of the Body into the Star-Body (Sahu) which would produce the Immortal Man. This was done under the Light of the Morning Star, which would be the key to the death of the Old King who would be resurrected as the New King (Osiris becomes Horus). We can see the pattern in a well-known story -

  • The Krist-os is conceived at the Spring Evennight, born at the Winter Sunstead, and then dies at the Spring Evennight just as he is conceived.
  • John the Baptist is conceived at the Winter Evennight and is born at the Summer Sunstead. 
Newgrange has a skilful alignment of Venus every 8 years when the planet is at its brightest, and this was used for a special Birthing Ritual. This ritual was designed to 'earth' the soul of a new King in a time-continuum. It is noteworthy that the Helgi Mysteries were given to me at the time of the Spring Evennight and in Norse Myth Helgi is born at the Winter Sunstead and with him are the Three Mothers (Wyrd Sisters). What more proof do we need that the Helgi Mysteries were given to me within the workings of the English Destiny and the Coming Haeland (Avatar). The 'death' of the Krist-os comes as the Spring Evennight and his 'resurrection' is three days later at Easter. Here we have a great mystery which is that of the Death of The Fool and his Resurrection in the Spring.

THE DAGDA - He is the chief of the Tuatha de Danaan and is described as a man with a 'Great Eye', wearing a 'Grey Cloak' which is 'hooded', and wielding a Club - all of which seem to link to the One-Eyed Hunter-God whose image is found in the Herne Giant. 

THE MORRIGAN - Stands upon 'one leg', 'one eye closed' and reveals her name to be Badh ('Battle-Crow'). The stance is the Crane-Stance which is a magical stance where the Right Eye is closed, the Right Leg is raised and the Right Hand put behind the back. The left-hand side connects to the Right-Brain which is the reason for this Magical Stance. 

DANU - She is also Idunn (DNN) who is the Goddess of Immortality, and she was obviously known in England under the name 'Black Annis'. In this legend she lived in a cave (underworld) and was a dark-side of the goddess Danu-Idunn. Idunn is the daughter of Ivalde, chief of one of the Elven Kin, who is also Orwandil or Ur-Waendal, associated with the Long Man of Wilmington. 

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