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Tuesday, 24 November 2015

The Holy Mountain of the North

'Mount Zion in the far north...'  This statement from Psalm 48:2 is an astounding one since 'Zion' was always seen as being Jerusalem; clearly this was not true originally and Zion was the Holy Mountain of the North, projected onto Jerusalem as the 'World Centre' for 'World Domination' by the Zionists. This same mountain features as Safon in related myths of the Canaanites, and this word is used in the bible as a synonym for 'Zion'. 

There is another significant statement, this time from Isaiah 14:13 where Isaiah denounces the King of Babylon thus -

"You said in your heart, 'I will ascend to heaven: above the stars of God I will set my throne on high; I will sit on the Mount of Assembly in the Far North...' 

This is the Mount of the Assembly of the Gods, much like Olympus which was originally one and the same; later versions of the World Mountain were used as the Sacred Centre for various different nations or tribes. Ezekiel 28:11-16 places 'Eden, the Garden of God' on a 'Holy Mountain of God': it would seem rather obvious from these statements that the term 'God' replaced that of 'The Gods' and were a deliberate distortion developed after the Aryan Mysteries were stolen by the Serpent of Evil

Such a Sacred Centre can be found at Silbury Hill which is a place that I have covered in one of our magazines, so I shall merely go into this in no depth. Despite the idea that this was the work of 'King Sil' with all the other ideas that stem from this, the original name for this was Seleburgh Hill which is Old English and means 'Hall-Burgh Hill'. The latest excavations of Silbury Hill show an Saxon occupation where some sort of wooden building was placed on the top. This, to me, suggests that this was once used as a Thing-Stead which itself suggests that the Saxons were familiar with the place as a Sacred Centre, and thus with the fact that this was used by their ancestors

Indeed, I have suggested that the term 'sele' may have meant 'hall' but that originally it was connected to the Old English selig which means 'blessed' or 'holy' but which is also related to our English word 'silly' which had a very different meaning to which it is used today, being related to 'holy' and 'blessed'. It would also seem that a much earlier excavation of Silbury Hill found a bore-hole through the centre and remnants of what appears to have been a wooden pillar running through the middle. This suggests the Central Wooden Pillar such as existed at the centre of the House of the Wolsungas. 

The central pillar is the World Pillar or World Tree whose tip symbolises the Pole Star, the mound being symbolic of the World Mountain of the North. Looking at the idea that Eden existed in the Far North on a Holy Mountain of the Gods then this links to the Edel-Rune or Odal-Rune through the root-sound ed which is the basis of this rune. Looking again at Silbury Hill we find close to this Waden Hill or Woden Hill which can be no coincidence. The whole area has Old English names and when we consider Silbury Hill as a 'Holy Mountain of the North' the area of Avebury is the Constellation of the Dragon  or Serpent (Draco) which is also in the Far North. Nearby these are also Seven Barrows which may represent the Great Bear. 

It is also noteworthy that in some legends Mount Meru has seven sides or seven tiers, and it would appear that Silbury Hill was built in tiers. Silbury Hill was also surrounded by a ring of water, just as the World Mountain was surrounded by waters. The stepped tiers of Glastonbury Tor (another Old English name) and its once being surrounded by water suggest that this too was a representative of the World Mountain or Sacred Centre. Its name Glas-ton-bury (Glass Burgh or Glass Berg) suggest this to be so. 

Strictly speaking Mount Olympus of the Greek Tradition was not the 'world's centre' since this was held by Delphi. But Delphi was the home of Apollo, and Apollo was said to have originated in Hyperborea - the Far North. 'Neither by ship nor on foot couldst thou find the wondrous way to the Assembly of the Hyperboreans' wrote the poet Pindar, suggesting that this Hyperborea was in the skies, or even in another dimension (which seems to be the case). 

Apollo is the Germanic God named Pol who is Baeldaeg the Sun-God, but whose role originally would more likely be the God of the Pole - the Pole-Star. The Number Seven has associations with the Polar Mythos whilst the Number Twelve has associations with the Solar Mythos. The Polar Mythos goes way back to the Hyperborean Mysteries and Thulean Mysteries. 

The 'Chariot of Apollo' is the waen which is the Wagon of Woden - the Plough or Great Bear, Ursa Major. But this is also linked to the Greek Goddess Artemis who is the twin-sister of Apollo (Pol) and also associated with the Hyperboreans. Artemis is the huntress known to the Romans as Diana the Huntress. This area of the heavens is sometimes referred to as the Womb of Time so fittingly we have seen Waendal (Mundilfore) as the God of Cyclic Time who rules this point. 

Folk-Tales around the North Sea tell of a sunken Glasburg (Glass Mound), Glasturm (Glass Tower), Glasheim (Glass Home/Land) or Glasberg (Glass Mountain). Then, here in England, we have Glastonbury which is the 'Glass Mound'. All of these are legends concerned with the Holy Mountain of the North. 

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