The Midgard Serpent - This is the World Serpent that encircles the world, and as seen by the symbolism of the serpent devouring its own tail this is a constricting force that slowly binds as it devours itself. At one level (and there are many) this could be equated to Global Finance Capitalism and the Global Bankers who encircle the world controlling everything as they do so. This same image appears in the Vedas as Vritra - the Serpent of Evil. When he is slain even fiercer enemies arise out if him.
The Fenris Wolf - This is the 'devourer' as can be seen through the image of his devouring Woden at Ragnarok. We find the same images in the two wolves that devour the Sun and the Moon. This same image appears in the Vedas as the Rakshasas who are the 'eaters', the 'devourers', the 'wolves', the 'haters' and the 'tearers' - they are the Agents of Destruction. The Fenris Wolf could thus be equated with Anarcho-Communists and other Agents of Destruction, for this is all that these people achieve in what they do. This force devours the Spirit of Woden, but he is torn from the Wolf's Jaws by Wid-Ar the Avenger, who then takes on the Spirit of Woden as the All-Father.
Hel - This is a far more complex figure since she is the daughter of Loki who is given a part of Hel to rule over - the Realm of the Dead. But this is only a part of Hela, since there are Dark Areas and Light Areas of this realm. But, as we shall see here, she is a most important figure to us today. We need to consider the figure of Mitothin who is an evil being who once usurped Woden's Power and was captured and slain. His grave was opened and his head cut off and a stake driven through his breast - all shades of the killing of a vampire. Viktor Rydberg sees Mitothin as Loki.
Now, out of the body of Mitothin arises a pest; this is important because Loki is the father of the female Demon of Epidemics and Diseases, Hel, who rules in Niflheim, in the home of the demons of disease. Hel, Loki's daughter, rides the three-legged Hel-Horse, the steed which appears when an epidemic breaks out. This is an ugly-grown horse which brings sickness, epidemics and plagues. There is also a figure called Leikin who is a horse-woman of torture and death. Hel has a 'stopping form' and was cast into Niflhel.
There are two distinct and opposite forms of Seidh-Sorcery - one is Holy Seidh which is used for good purposes such as healing, the other Evil Seidh (sidha kyni) which is used for evil purposes, and no doubt the bringing of sickness, disease and epidemics. The first Great War of the Gods was fought over the slaying and burning of a figure called Angrboda who was a practitioner of Dark Sorcery, and whose counterpart here in Midgard was Heid, who introduced Dark Sorcery to Middle-earth. Loki, it seems, ate the heart of this Dark Joten and thus took in this evil female form himself. It seems that Angrboda still lived and dwelt in Ironwood, where she gave birth to the Midgard-Serpent, Fenris and Hel, and to all the Evil Wolves (devourers) in the world.
A planetary alignment of Saturn-Jupiter and Mars in Aquarius occurred on March 20th 1345 with the outbreak of the 'Black Death'. There will be a planetary alignment of Saturn-Jupiter in Aquarius on December 21st 2020, so this is something to think about. Saturn's Day is Loki's Day. That is not to say that the planet Saturn is itself 'evil', but that it is usually considered a planet of ill-omen and death, far different than the original God of the Golden Age.
I have started with this because it is necessary to see how the Germanic Myths foresaw what was coming upon us long ago, and that this is not a struggle of today but an Eternal Struggle. We should be honoured to have been (re-)born into these times to wage this Holy War against the Powers of Darkness and Matter.
The Great Reset.
The Army of the Dead.
Ek Im Unmordsa - Ek Thikskoad!
I am the Immortal - I watch you!
- Kindle the Nyd-Fire - the Divine Flame.
- The Offering of Bread and Mead.
- The Chanting of the Sacred Word - the Rune-Chant.
Sceadu-Beorn - The Shadow-Warrior.
- Black Garb,
- The Black Flag,
- Black & Red or Black, Red and White.
- The Sacred Mask of Woden.
- The Death's Head Symbol.
- The Wolf-Skin that invokes the Wolf-Fury in the Shadow-Warrior.
- The Belt or Cord worn around the waist; the buckle or tie is over the Hara-Centre.