Thursday, 29 October 2020

Toten-Heer - The Army of the Dead - Part One


Woden - The One-Eyed Wolf-God.

The One-Eyed Wolf-God known as Woden (English) Wodan (Germans/Frisians), Wotan (Germans), Odin (Norse and Wydion (Gwydion - most likely originating with the Belgae) was the Leader of the Wild Army who led the Army of the Dead across the skies of Europe. As I have shown before, this One-Eyed God was known here in England as far back as 2,250 BCE -

Dagenham Idol - Woden

The famous song Ghost Riders in the Sky is based upon the Army of the Dead riding the skies and this phenomena was seen over England before World War II. The famous English Hero - Edric the Wild - was one of the leaders of the Wild Army, and rode with his 'Fairy-Wife' across the English Skies. The other famous Leader of the Wild Hunt is Herne the Hunter who is so well known here in England amongst Folkish Wodenists and Odinists as to need no introduction. 

'In the Days of the Lion, spawned of the Evil Brood, The Hooded Man shall come to the forest. There he will meet with Herne the Hunter - Lord of the Trees - to be his Son and do his bidding. The Power of Light and the Power of Darkness shall be strong within him. And the guilty shall tremble!'

The Hooded Man Prophecy - October 31st 1993 (Horam, South Saxon Mark).

"The Power of Light and the Power of Darkness" - Woden loses one of his eyes; he sacrifices this eye in order to gain wisdom. This eye is placed in the Well of Mimir, the 'Well of Memory', and he is thus 'blind' in this one-eye. This is a crucial point because the word 'blind', when used in the Germanic Tongues, can also mean 'dark', or even 'hidden'. One of his eyes is 'Light' (because he can see outwards with it) and one of his eyes is 'dark' (because he is 'blind' in that eye); Woden thus holds within himself the Power of Light and the Power of Darkness. This should be quite clear when we look at The Hooded Man.

The name 'Robin' stems from 'Robert' a Germanic name meaning 'Fame-Bright'; the name 'Hood' is a corruption of 'Hooden' which is a name used of Woden, especially in Kent. Thus the name 'Robin Hood' means Fame-Bright Hooden - Robin Hood is Woden. The term 'Hood' can also mean 'Darkness'. Robin Hood is the One-Eyed figure wearing a Red Hood and Cloak who wanders the forests of England. In the above symbolism we have the Ger-Rune and the Ing-Rune, as well as a number of 'hidden runes'; the Ger-Rune is symbolic of the 'Light and Darkness' in balance.

The Germanic Folk originally seem to have split the yearly cycle into two parts - Summer (Light) and Winter (Dark). This is the symbolism of the above Ger-Rune, split by the upright stave. The Germanic Yeara-Rune has the same symbolism but in a cyclic movement. This idea fits with the ancient Vedic year which was broken into the Devayana - The Time of the Gods, from the Winter Sunstead to the Summer Sunstead - and the Pitrayana - The Time of the Ancestors, from the Summer Sunstead to the Winter Sunstead. We are today in the 'Time of the Ancestors' and approaching the time of the Ancestral Rites - October 31st (All Hallow's Eve - Halloween) November 9th/November 11th (Einheriar Day). Halloween is the 'Festival of the Dead' which seems quite clear by the symbols used for this festival - which have obviously been distorted by the materialists. It is from October 31st through to the Winter Sunstead that The Ancestors are honoured, and the two dates are when the veils between the worlds are thinnest and the dead can appear amongst the living. This is the time of year ruled over by Woden in his winter aspect as 'Herne the Hunter' - the Leader of the Wild Hunt -

The Herne Giant (Cerne Abbas) - Heil (Saxon)

(Orion the Hunter)

Long Man of Wilmington

(Cygnus the Swan)

The summer aspect of the god Woden can be found in the symbolism of the 'Long Man of Wilmington' which represents Cygnus the Swan. The Swan is symbolic of Thule, and in the above Woden (Waendal) is opening the Gateway to the Gods - the Gateway to Thule. 

The motif of Woden's Eye as the Eye in the Well or the Eye in the Spring is interesting in view of the various root-words connected to the term 'eye' and the word 'well' -

IE Root *wel- (1) - 'To see'

IE Root *wel- (2) - 'To will', 'To wish'.

IE Root *wel- (3) - 'To turn', To roll' (spring).

IE Root *wel- (4) - 'To tear', 'To pull'.

We have here the idea of 'see' (eye) and 'spring' (turn, roll, wind); but we have also a root 'to tear' which is always associated with the Wolf - the 'tearer'. Thus the One-Eyed Wolf-God. In Old Norse a pit full of water was called an auga meaning 'eye'. There is a Latvian word aka which means 'well' and a Russian word oka meaning 'eye'. The name Varuna seems to stem from *wel-uno meaning a 'seer' or 'wise one', and Kris Kershaw says that Weland the Smith was one-eyed, and the name 'Weland' may derive from *wel- meaning 'to see'. His son is Witega, a name which, in Old English, means 'seer' or 'prophet'. 

We have various figures who appear as one-eyed (haiha-hari = 'One-Eyed Hero) in European Mythology -

Hagen - Norse.
Svipdag Blindi - Norse. (*)
Blind Hod - Norse.
Lugaid (Light) - Ireland.
Ingcel Caech - Ireland.
Coll mac Moria - Ireland.
Cu Chullain - Ulster Hero.
Lykurgus - Sparta.

(*) The 'Dag' who slays Helgi Hundingsbane (Helgi the Wulfinga) is probably Svip-Dag, and as he wields the Spear of Woden we may see him as Woden himself, slaying his Germanic Hero who is then welcomed into Valhalla. Only Woden himself can slay his Chosen Hero. 

There is a Midwinter Myth in which the 'Old King' is slain when his hall is burned down at Midwinter - the change of the yearly cycle from the 'Time of the Ancestors' to the 'Time of the Gods'. This is found in the following -

Ingcel - Ireland.
Hjorvarth and Ingeld - Scylding (Denmark).
Bran the Blessed (Welsh).

It is very strange how such an Archetypal Myth plays out at various times of the Cycle of the Ages, Archetypal Myth is played out in historical events -

Robert Matthews - Bruder Schweigen

(Died in his burning hall December 8th 1984)

The Irish god Lugh is also a One-Eyed God since he closes one eye in battle; his counterpart in Wales is Lleu/Llew who is the Son of Gwydion and who has Woden's Myth of hanging upon an Oak-Tree. The myth of the 'father' has been here passed to the 'son'. When Tiw loses his Right-Hand (Tir-Rune) he becomes Woden who takes the Left-Hand Path, these mysteries being found in the Lagu-Rune, a rune which can be equated with Lug/Lugh obviously. In fact the name 'Lugh' may well be linked to the Greek lykos meaning 'wolf'. There is an Irish ruler of the Land of the Dead named Donn whose name means 'The Dark One' (modern 'Dunn'). There is also a Luch-Donn which then means 'Light-Dark'. Opposites are here held within themselves, even though this may not be first seen. 

Interestingly, Tacitus refers to a tribe called the Lugii or Lugi who some scholars deem to be Celtic, but Tacitus refers to them as part of the Vandals, a famous Germanic Tribe. These were obviously related in some way to the god Lug; it is time that this 'Celtic-Germanic' divide was dropped, hence why I use the term 'Germanic', since the Romans claimed these were the 'Genuine Ones'. 

Tiw - Right Hand Missing

The Wolf or Dog has long been associated with the Dead; the ghostly Black Shuck seen in East Anglia is an example of this. The Hittite word for the Wolf is UR-BAR-RA, which seems to derive from the Sumerian UR-BARA meaning 'Dog of the Outside'. Woden is the Son of Bor, the Son of Buri, and both the names 'Bor' and 'Buri' are connected to the wild animal, especially the Wolf. The word that the Greeks and Romans used for the Germanic Tribes was Barbarian (Bar-Bar-ian) and it is possible that they may have used this term due to the Wolfish-Howl used by these warriors in battle. 

Woden - God of the Dead.

'The Souls of the Dead as the Army of the Dead which involves itself in the battles of the living.'


'Woden himself is a spirited weapons-dancer in the imagination of Germanic Heathenism. Weapons-Dance and Woden-Religion go together as intimately as the weapons-dance of the Roman Salii with the worship of Mars.'


Here Woden leads his Ulfhednar in a weapons-dance; there may be a key to the way in which these dances were done in the German numbers system, when we match these to English Words -

Ein - 'In'

Zwei - 'Sway'

Drei - 'Turn'

'In-Sway-Turn' may well be a dance-form since we find reference to the idea of 'swaying' and 'turning' in various ancient dance-forms that have come down to us today. In her book Spellcraft - The English Heroic Legends Katherine Herbert uses such a dance (not exactly as I have done) in a 'fertility' rite - though war and fertility went hand-in-hand in Germanic Heathenism.

The Dead are the Honoured Ancestors - the Immortals - in whom the Life-Force, the Divine Spark, is far more potent than when they were alive. These are the Einheriar - The Immortal Warriors. 

Woden-Herian : Leader of the Heri.

The word heri stems from a Germanic *herjanaz and back to the IE Root *koryo-no-s which has the meaning 'to make a predatory raid', 'to plunder', 'to ravage', 'to destroy'. The English called the Vikings here due to their raiding and plundering - originally this was for cattle and the abduction of women, the Vikings later plundering gold and abducted women too. These are part and parcel of Germanic Law, as was the Stehlrecht - 'Right to Steal'. Everyday life was like this, making the Germanic Folk a strong and hardy people, freedom-loving with honour and loyalty to their Gods, Ancestors and Folk. Death was looked upon as a part of Life. Woden is Leader of the Heri - the Toten-Heer is the Army of the Dead.

The Germanic Mannerbund is the earthly counterpart of the Mythical Einheriar; they are the Cultic-Warrior Brotherhoods that existed throughout Europe, who were led by the One-Eyed Hunter-God, Woden. The Einheriar are Woden's Warriors whose role is to defend Midgard against the Devouring Wolf. Both Woden and Thunor are Mannerbund-Gods, as shown on the Horns of Gallehus. 

Ek Im Unmurdsa - Ek Thikskoad!

"I am Immortal - I watch you!"

The figure at the centre bearing a Spear and a Noose is most likely Woden Herian, depicted with the Stag and Two Wolves. The Twin-Warriors are probably the Divine Twins - Hengest and Horsa - also shown on another part of the horns. 

The Leader of the Heri is the Fuhrer because he is a special leader in the sense that he embodied the Teuton Fury - the Wod or Woda-Force. This is the force of Divine Madness, of Intoxication, of 'Possession' by the God-Force. This force is linked to the ALU-ULA Force, where the IE Root *alu- means 'put under a magic spell', more precisely, as shown in the Hittite *alwanza meaning 'bewitched'. This is the possession of the god-force Woden. Woden is the Ergreifer ('one who seizes), his initiates are the Ergriffener ('one who is seized'). Sometimes he can possess a whole nation who then work through his Divine Will. Woden is the Heerfuhrer. 

One of the terms used of those who plunder and raid is 'pirate', and the 'Jolly Roger' is clearly associated with the pirates. There is perhaps no coincidence that this flag - the Skull and Crossbones - has the symbolism with an eye-patch over one eye - the Symbol of Woden.

One-Eyed God of the Heri

There is a figure called King Herla who is said to be a 'British King', and yet whose name is clearly Germanic, and can be found in relation to the following -

Herel - Middle English.

Herilo - Old High German.

Herlewald - A bishop of Glastinbury 744 CE.

Herlefrid, Herlolf - Old High German names.

The PGmc *xaril would have become the Old English herel- and thus King Herla and the 'Herlathing', the latter maybe a corruption of 'Herla-King'. This is the French 'Harlequin' who is a jester-type figure (like the Dancing Woden) and the Leader of the Wild Hunt. 

"But the Harii, savage as they are, enhance their inborn wildness, over and above the strength in which they surpass the peoples just mentioned, by device and moment: black are their shields, their bodies painted; for battles they pick the blackest nights, and by their very dreadfulness - and more: the semblance of an Army of the Dead - they produce terror. No foe can bear their strange and, so to speak, hellish aspect; for in every battle the eyes are defeated first."

Tacitus - Germania 43.

The Heri was the Germanic Mannerbund, an age-set whose young warriors were bonded into Cultic-Warrior Brotherhoods, very much as were the Vratya who were found in India, and were Aryan Brotherhoods, even though some scholars have tried to erase this, as was done by Zarathustra in Iran, where these cults were suppressed and 'demonised'. Such cults produce fear and terror in others, since they are rather more chaotic than the formal 'army'. 

Robin i' the Hood.

The English Folk-Hero, Robin Hood, seems to be a memory of one of the oldest concepts of Woden as the Archer-God or Bowman. Here he has Twelve Comrades with him, and they dwell in Sherwood Forest as a form of Mannerbund, though in this case made of adult males (and Maid Marian). This tallies with the most ancient god Rudra who is a Bow-God, and also a Wild-Hunter God. We may well find that the Norse Saga about Arrow-Odd also remembers this aspect of Woden, since he too is a Bowman. 

Odd, which is so similar to Freya's lover, Od, that this can be no coincidence, is given a prophecy by a Seeress -

The snake will spit,
venum-full will stab
sharp from the age-worn
skull of Faxi:
the serpent will strike
at the sole of your foot,
when, lord, you have lived
your allotted time.

I think I have used this before but of the wrong person, however this refers to the death of Odd who slays his horse in order to stave off the prophecy of his death. In old age he treads on the horse's head and is fatally bitten by a snake, thus showing that one cannot buck one's fate. Odd leaves his axe on a ship and thus has to make a giant club - weapon of the Mannerbund-God. He earned the nickname 'Arrow-Odd' after shooting a Giant in the eye. 

Odd, at one point, slays a bear, a characteristic of many Germanic Myths, and he is also a poet and warrior, just like Odin. However, the Arrow-Odd Saga has him as a Christian who destroys a Temple of Frey; his tale has obviously been doctored to suit the era. But overall it may well recall the earlier form of Woden as a Bow-God.

Robin Hood has twelve 'Merry Men', and the Number 12 has associations with the Mannerbund. Amongst these are 'Little John' who appears to be the giant Thunor, and Will Scarlet, whose original name was Will Scathlock, who is obviously Loki the Trickster - the name means 'Shadow-Loki'. The figure of Robin Hood, dressed in a Red Hood and Red Cloak, having but one eye, is well known in legend; his association with the Dead I have experienced in a dream of a figure with a Red Hood-Red Cloak carrying a Red Flag, and he was clearly the 'God of the Dead'. He was also associated with a boundary - the boundary between the world of the living and the world of the dead.

We can actually find a figure like Robin Hood in the Swiss hero, William Tell, whose name means 'Simpleton' or 'Fool'. The figure of Waendal (The Long Man) is that of the 'April Fool'; this is an aspect of Woden, one which rules over us through this era of history. AEgil the Archer and Or-Waendal (Arrow-Waendal) are also linked to these ideas. 

The mythical 'Robin Hood' and other 'Outlaws' who fought for English Freedom against the Normans are much the same Germanic Archetypes, and the one thing that we do know that history leaves to us is that these concepts are based upon an order called The Brotherhood which does seem to have existed around this time. 

The Horns of Gallehus.

I have covered these before so there is no need to go into them again; suffice it to say that on the second row of the Rune-Posture Horn we find a Bowman, below which, on the third row, we find a pair of Wolf-headed or Dog-headed warriors facing each other, one with a Club (Woden), the other with an Axe (Thunor). Beside these figures are the Divine Warrior-Twins, and to the left is a Man-Horse figure (centaur) which is an image featured in the Vratyas of India. Also, on the second row is a Walkyrie (Alu-Bora = Ale-Bearer) with a Drinking-Horn. Below these are other features that are linked to the Mannerbund -

  • Horse.
  • Dog.
  • Board-Game.
  • Dice.
  • 'Joker' like figure.
The frieze around the top has Posture-Runes, some of which occur only in the English Runes; there are also dog-headed figures playing a board-game (Taefl), sitting in the Peorth-Rune Posture. This is a Cultic Horn most likely used in Cultic Ritual of these Cultic-Warrior Brotherhoods. 

The Totenkult - Death Cult.

The Army of the Dead is invoked by the Cultic Rites and wearing the Death's Head Mask; these are the Daemonic-Warriors of the Dead. The mask is the grima and the by-name of Woden - Grim - tells us that he is the Masked God. These Ecstatic Warriors are in cultic union with the Dead Warriors of their Nation's past, they are the Living Dead. In a dream many years ago Woden appeared to me as a masked figure with Flaming-Red Eyes, the transformation that he undertook was from a stag, to a dog, and he first had a frog-mask (the frog transforms from a tadpole (water) to a frog (land). The Totenkult starts with Nine Members (Sacred Number 9). 

The Ahnenkult - Ancestral Cult.

The Death-Cult and the Ancestral Cult are the same, for here we speak of the Army of the Dead as the Army of the Dead Ancestors. The Ancestral God is Woden, whose rune is here the Os-Rune, the Rune of the Source. The Word was all-important to our English Forefathers, which is why they chose to use the Os-Rune as the Ancestral God, and the AEsc-Rune as the Ancestral Rune. The Word-Source and the Asa-Tree. There is a piece about the Vratya from India which clearly shows how important the god Woden is -

"You are the Vratya, the One Vratya (Ekavratya), uncreated, the Abyss of the Gods, the utmost point."

Vratya is the Primordial God from whom the Gods emanate; Vratya manifests as the Wind (Woden) and is the One Rsi (One Seer). The 'wind' is the 'breath' and is the animating principle in Nature and thus in Man. Once the breath has stopped, Death takes over. 

Woden & The Mannerbund.

Woden is the God of the Mannerbund, the Cultic-Warrior Brotherhood found all over the Indo-European world. Thunor is a Mannerbund-God, though perhaps more for the actual fighting-warrior than the leader-role. 

'The consecrated members of the Bund are immortal and are one with the Spirits of the Dead."


These were age-sets and the Young Man was taken from the mother at an early age to be brought up in a male-bund in which he would be 'cast' into the wilderness to fend for himself (either alone or in a pack), to hunt, to fish, to survive on one's own initiative, and to steal for his survival. This involves the Sacred Steal-Right which was sanctioned by Cultic Law. (When one is forced to become a Wolf's Head the idea that stealing is wrong cannot be anything but folly; one's survival depends on surviving at all costs.) 

This was not merely a physical trial, but was linked to Cultic-Ritual and a Warrior-Initiation -

"The essential part of the military initiation consisted of ritually transforming the young warrior into some species of predatory wild animal....(which is)...a magico-religious experience that radically changed the young warrior's mode of being. He has to transmute his humanity by an excess of aggressive and terrifying fury that made him like a raging carnivore."

Mercia Eliade.

The Young Initiate would have worn an animal skin, wolf, bear, boar, stag etc. and also a mask, or perhaps a wolf's head covering etc. The Ritual Mask was all part of the Warrior-Initiation. This type of initiation is shown in the saga of Sigmund and Sinfjotli where they become Wolf-Warriors or Wer-Wolves. 

Separation - Transmutation - Integration

The following are associated with the Germanic Mannerbund - the Cultic-Warrior Brotherhoods -

  • The Death's Head.
  • The wearing of Black Garb.
  • The Black Flag.
  • The Mask - Black Ashes/White Gypsum as 'face-paint'.
  • Masked Justice - the Vehm (originally).
  • The Daemonic-Warriors.
  • Guerilla Fighters.
  • Yule Initiations.
  • The ver sacrum - theft of cattle and abduction of women.
  • The Bow-God - Woden.
  • The Dragon-Slayer - Thunor.
  • War and Death.
  • The Wolf or Dog.
  • Ecstatic states.
  • Light and Darkness.
  • Occult Knowledge - Woden.
  • The Warrior-Poet & Sacred Speech (The Word).

The term 'pagan' is from the Latin paganus meaning 'one who dwells in an enclosed area'; the term 'heathen' is from the Germanic Tongue and means 'one who dwells in the heath'. The former refers to those who live in the village or small town, the area of civilisation and order, whereas the latter refers to those who live in the wilds, the heaths, the forests, and the mountains, the areas of the wild, outside the boundaries which are 'safe' and give a more easy living. Since they took away our freedom we are becoming Wolf's Heads.

This young age-set are the Heri, and after a period of training and education they are reintegrated into the tribe as Teuta - the adult warrior or Weihekrieger. The Mannerbund was a form of 'Germanic Youth Movement' that prepared the young man for his adult warrior-hood. There can be found a distinct difference between the adult, mature warrior who had hunting as a pastime, hunting in the hours of daylight. The young Cultic-Warriors hunted in the darkness of night using nets and snares, though stealth and deception. They were thus prepared as Guerilla Warriors which we call by the name Shadow-Warriors - Sceadu-Beorn. 

One of the prime examples we have here in these islands is the Fianna who roamed Ireland in ancient times; here we have the Fianna (Young Cultic-Warriors) and the Tuatha (the Teuta or tribe of adults). Their leader was Finn ('White') who is the Gwyn (Wyn = White) of the Welsh, the Son of Nudd, Son of Nuada, or Son of Nodens (Gloucestershire). The latter name can be rendered in the Germanic Tongue as being related to hunting and to the hunter. 

One of the features of these Cultic-Warriors is their use of the Wolf-Fury or Teuton-Fury which can be found in the figure of Beowulf where he is said to be 'distended in spirit', using the word bolgenmod which stems from the OE belg/bolg meaning 'to bulge' and 'to swell in anger'. This is the root of the name Belgae and the Fir Bolg of Ireland. The most famous figure associated with this is Cu Chulainn where he 'swelled and grew big as a bladder does when inflated...and the valiant hero towered high above the Fer Diad...' Cu Chullain was a One-Eyed Hero. In regard to this 'enlargement', before sceptics dismiss this as rubbish, I have had experience of this phenomena when I visited a Folk-Comrade - Asbeorn - many years ago in the Scottish Highlands. One evening as we chatted around the wood-fire in his living room he showed me this by appearing to grow bigger and bigger before my eyes. I have no doubt that this was a 'trick of mind' and that he had somehow made me believe that this was so, although we could see it another way in that he could have used some form of method by which the physical being was altered. Who knows - but this is possible. This, of course, is shown in Lord of the Rings when Gandalf swells in size before Bilbo.

There is also what we could call the Warrior-Fire which we can connect to Ingwe as the Fire-God. The Aryan God Rudra was clearly a counterpart to Woden as the Wild Hunter-God; he later, like Woden took on a less aggressive and terrifying aspect as Shiva. One of his by-names was Ugra which is the equivalent to Ygg and means the same - 'The Terrible One'. The AEgishelm is the Symbol of Ygg, for it si the Helm of Ygg or the Helm of The Terrible One, and this symbol can be found in India, no doubt showing the Trident of Shiva -

Helm of Ygg

Helm of Ugra

This symbol was used as an 'active protection', i.e. it was used as an attacking device rather than a passive defence. 'The best form of defence is to attack'. My point of this is that Rudra has certain connections with Agni, the Vedic Fire-God, and they both share certain features and interact together. It is thus the case that we have -

Rudra - Agni


This seems to verify the curious link between Woden and Ingwe; in fact these two may well be equated with the Yearly Cycle of Winter-Summer, as the Ancestral God (Woden - Winter-God) and Ingwe (Summer God). 

We approach 'Halloween' and after that the Winter Sunstead; these two dates are significant in the 'Time of the Ancestors', for it is between these dates that the English Folk dedicated themselves to their Forefathers through their Ancestral Rites. The years 1933 to 1945 were the Yule-Tide of the Great Year Cycle, the period when the Wild Hunt rode across Europe. This period was prophesied by the Babylonian Seeress - Sajaha - as the 'Time of Hope'. There would be six years of peace and six years of war, after which HOPE would be destroyed by Fire and Blood. After this the Dark Forces would take full control over the Earth. At the end of Lord of the Rings it is the Army of the Dead that take a part on the Second Battle. 

Der Wilde Jagd - HOPE

The Wild Hunt - The Man to Come

Lo! - There do I see my Father,

Lo! - There do I see my Mother, my Sisters and my Brothers,

Lo! - There do I see the Line of my People,

Back to the beginning.

Lo! - They do call to me, they bid me take my place 

In the Halls of Valhalla, where the brave may live forever.

Hail the Victorious Dead!

Hail the Glorious Dead!

The key to what I have said here is the cultic union between the young warrior and the dead heroes; this was not merely a drama acted out for the sake of it, but designed to invoke the Fallen Heroes into the body of the young warriors in a kind of 'possession' that took them completely. Thus, being 'dead', they were impervious to the steel of weapons and became 'invincible' - even if they thought this to be so. In such a state all fear was lost, and all thought of 'why' or 'because' was passed over and their actions were instinctive and rose above reason and logic.

Today we have no nation nor tribe, only a soulless Global Order made up of 'producers ' and 'consumers', at the top being a bunch of lunatics lacking common sense and logic. Some of the masses are turning into a form of 'zombies' who have no power of thinking whatever, whilst others are becoming more and more aware of what is going on, but have no firm leadership to unite to gain their freedom. It is to the latter that we look to help and to give hope to in such times; the former are the result of a dying order. The Army of the Dead is not something of the past, gone forever, for the Ancestral Spirits are still their, looking over us and guiding us, but this is a two-way thing where we have to communicate with them, and once more bring them into the land of the living.

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