Tuesday 29 June 2021

Ingetheod - Inge's Folk (Part Two).


The White Dragon is the Dragon of Ingwe and it represents both the English Folk and the Land of Ingwe (England). We often hear of what is termed 'Ley-Lines' which are connected (we are told) with the idea of the Dragon Currents; the Germans coined a far better term for 'Ley-Lines' and that was Holy-Lines (Heilig). Just looking on an Ordnance Survey map of an area will show how ancient sites (stone circles, standing-stones, cromlechs, sacred groves and trees, and very old churches) were in an almost straight line. These are not necessarily exactly in line, but they do form a line in which the sites are close to it where they are not on it. This is no coincidence and has been the subject of many books about the 'Earth Energies' or 'Earth Mysteries'. 

Guy Underwood wrote of these energy-lines, connecting them to underground water-currents and to 3 1/2 and 7 turn spirals at 'Blind Springs'. These, of course, are sometimes connected to water-dowsing, but this is only one side to this energy. It is interesting to note that the 'Britons' (*) here in Britain connected these energy-lines to a figure called Elen or Elan, an interesting name in that it can thus mean "Master of El" (El-An), 'El' being the Old English root for 'Light', as in 'Elf' or 'Elves'. This name seems to be the same as the Greek 'Helen' and was used interchangeably by the Romans. As Elan of the Host she seems to be linked to the Spirit-Lines too. It seems that the Romans also recognised these energy-lines and associated them with Mercury, who they also associated with Woden. Since Woden was the god of boundaries, marker-stones, and crossroads he is just like Mercury in this sense. 

Elan - Female Energy-Force running through the Holy-Lines. ('Master of El')

Woden - Male energy-force running through the Holy-Lines. ('Master of Wod')

(*) This is yet another Old English root-word that we find in Roman Britain and pre-Roman Britain.

It would seem clear that the male and female forces were very different in form

The Caduceus of Mercury has a winged column around which wind two snakes; these snakes make the form of the Ing-Rune as above. The whole shape is like the Saxon Irminsul with the 'Winged Cone' at the top of the column. The two columns at the side are possibly biblical and masonic since they do not figure in the Caduceus as far as I know. The whole thing seems to represent the Kundalini-Energy or Fire-Serpent which is connected to Ingwe as the Fiery-Serpent. The Pine-Cone represents the Third Eye or 'Mind's Eye'. The spiral form of the serpents, moving in a coil, could suggest (at one level) that the underground water moves along as a kind of 'vortex', hence why such energy is generated, as shown by Viktor Schauberger who seriously studied this. 

The symbolism of the Caduceus is that of the Serpent (Earth-bound) transmuting into the Eagle (Winged-Serpent/Swan) which is symbolic of the transformation from Man to Superman, through creating the Divine Hero. Energy is neutral, and such energies can be used by either Light Forces or Dark Forces, and it seems that the builders of the earlier Christian Churches were fully aware of these and built them on ancient heathen sites. 

Even having done so much research into the White Stone of Ing we still do not know when and why this stone was carved and sited at Steyning ('Stone-Ing') in West Sussex. What we do know is that the area was the land of the South Saxons, but later came under the sway of the West Saxons, the latter eventually becoming the most powerful royal line over the English Folk. We know that AEthelwulf ('Noble Wolf') may have been buried here since the gravestone in the porch of the church is seen to be his, and that his remains were later moved to Winchester as the English Capital. The curved shape of the stone itself suggests to me some form of boat or ship, and this could be connected to Scef and his legend, since the West Saxons claimed descent from Woden, but back further to Scef, Scyld, and Beow. There is a problem here since the West Saxon line was Saxon and not Angle, and some scholars have suggested that the royal line is taken from that of Bernicia where King Ida is said to have been a descendant of Ingui. 

There is a very strange thing about the area around Sussex and Hampshire, and that is the form of a dragon made by the South Downs National Park. This is something that suddenly came to me whilst looking at a national map of the area, and the form does seem to be much like a dragon. There are also certain key points on the figure that may (I say 'may') match up with Energy-Points (Chakras), and here I am going to go though these, though this is merely conjecture at this time -

Muladhara Chakra - Base Chakra sited at the Long Man of Wilmington, the 'tail' of the Dragon. Related to the Earth. This would be where the 'Sleeping Beauty' (Sleeping Goddess Kundalini) lies dormant. Near the site we have Hunter's Burgh which is a comet-shaped mound, and another phallic-shaped mound on Windover Hill above the hill-figure, and a much later White Horse in line with the Windover Hill mound (which faced to the horse). The figure is Waendal, and the area once called Wandelmestrew (Tree of the Helmed Waendal). Near to the hill figure is a 1,600 year old Yew Tree in the local churchyard. 

Svadhisthana Chakra - This may be located at a place near to Lewes called Kingstone ('King's Stone'), although this has not yet been looked into enough to be sure of this being right. Related to Water (Ap-Ab) which means the Waters of the Lower World or Inner Earth. Unfortunately, where the name 'Kingstone' came from I have no idea, and this is a matter for new research. There is another area nearby, on the outskirts of Brighton, which could also be seen as important - Stanmer. Since this chakra is associated with water and especially the Waters of the Lower World, this name means 'Stony Mere', mere being an Old English term for wetlands, or maybe even a 'pool'. 

Manipura Chakra - This is a very interesting one because the chakra is connected to Agni and to Fire, and seems to be located at Steyning and the White Stone of Ing. Steyning is five miles from the sea on the South Coast, but at one time it was a thriving port. The animal associated with the chakra is the Ram which is symbolic of Heimdal of course. This would be linked to the Hara-Centre and to an important Centre of Energy. The symbolism here is of a Trikona on whose sides are parts of the Swastika. This is the Fire-Wheel whose colour is Red.

Anahata Chakra - This may be linked to a place called Bignor which has an old Roman Villa there. This has the remains of the villa with a number of mosaics depicting the Swastika, Venus and a figure of Medusa and her Serpents. This would be at the Heart-Centre. It is interesting to note that the figure of Venus is present, since the word Anahata is so similar to the Iranian Goddess named Anahita who would be the equivalent to Venus (Freya). 

Visuddha Chakra - I have placed this (for the moment) around the area of Harting Beacon which is a Beacon Hill, although there is no real reason for this other than it being in line with the others. Harting Beacon or Beacon Hill has settlements dating back to the Bronze Age, and has an Anglo-Saxon hlaew (Burial Mound) on the top, though flattened by modern farming (surprise, surprise). It was in the past excavated. Nearby is a Pen Hill, a name which could be Celtic, 'pen' being 'head', but on the other hand which may be a corruption of something else. This would be the Throat-Centre.

Ajna Chakra - This I have sited at Old Winchester Hill which is a name of which no-one seems to know where it came because it was not 'Old Winchester'. This has a number of Bronze-Age Burial Mounds dating back to the early times of the Bronze Age. This would be the 'Third Eye Centre'. It is near places called Meon - East Meon, West Meon, Meonstoke and Meon Valley. 

Crown Chakra - This is the last chakra at the top of the head, and this I have sited at Winchester, and in particular at St. Catherine's Hill which is just outside Winchester. Winchester was named Venta Belgarum ('Market Place of the Belgae') by the Romans, this being later named Venta Caester by the Saxons, which became Wintancaester and then corrupted to Winchester. St Catherine's Hill is a very old site with a more recent Miz-Maze on it, and its association with 'St. Catherine' and the 'Catherine Wheel' is interesting, since this is the Wheel of Fire or Fire-Wheel which complements the Fire-Twirl at the 'tail' of the dragon - the Long Man. There is a problem here with the old name of Winchester used in Roman times; the term 'venta' is said to be 'British', presumably the concocted 'Proto-British' which has no real basis in history, and it means 'market-place'. However, from looking this up in dictionaries it seems that it comes from a Spanish word 'venta' meaning 'sale', the same concept as 'market', of course. It appears that this was a Roman name and not 'British' at all, so we have no idea what it was called by the Belgae. Caesar stated that most of the Belgae were of Germanic descent, and since the name means 'to bulge out' (as in a rage or fury) and is Old English this brings into question the 'Celtic' origins as most establishment scholars infer. These are probably the Fir Bolg of Irish Mythology, since the words are interchangeable in Old English - Belg/Bolg. The word 'caester' is said to be Latin for 'camp' or a 'fortified area' so it is not clear why the English should use this term, especially as it would mean 'market of the camp'.

But...the Germanic form (which is never, never considered by scholars) can be found as -

Windan (OE),

Winda (Old Frisian),

Wintan (Old High German),

Vinta (Old Norse).

All of these mean 'to wind', which relates directly to the 'Catherine Wheel' and to the Miz-Mase (a 'winding maze'), so this should be considered as an alternative to the establishment view. This idea brings into doubt the name 'Venta Caester' and its being English, especially when we consider that the Romans were far more materialistic and their society revolving around economics (markets) than the English Tribes. In fact, as far as I know the English did not use these 'cities' when the Romans left, since they lived much nearer to Nature and the Land. 

The Catherine Wheel is an 8-spoked wheel made up of two 'Fire-Wheels' (Swastikas), the one above being the sun-wise direction, though this may well vary over a long time. 

The South Downs is an area of chalk downs, and thus we could easily see this as the White Dragon, and since the capital of the English Tribes was Winchester, then this would be the 'Head of the Dragon', the central area or 'brain' of the Folk-Nation where the nation was ruled from. The 'Tail of the Dragon' is thus the Long Man of Wilmington, and this would be where the 'Sleeping-Goddess' (Kundalini) lies dormant. This area, as I have said before, appears to be some sort of 'Time-Clock', where the mound called Hunter's Burgh (Herne the Hunter) represents the Hale-Bopp Comet which appeared in the spring of 1997. I have in the past told of the Black Sun Ritual held there on August 10-11 1999, where 8 bottles of Millennium Ale shaped as a Widdershins Swastika were buried there, and a short rite done at 11.00am on 11th August as the 'Sun turned Black' - the 'Resurrection of Ingwe', brought back to life by the 'Power of the Black Sun'. 

Many scholars have pointed out that there is very little evidence of a 'Christ' from the Middle-East, and the Romans seem to have been unaware of his existence, which they obviously should have been. The whole basis of Judaeo-Christianity seems to rest upon the figure of 'St. Paul' (Saul of Tarsus) and of a Jewish Rebel against the Roman rule in Palestine. This seems to have been grafted upon the true Archetypal Krist in order to create a 'Messiah' for later times and the 'Second Coming'. No doubt the English and the Goths, as well as other Germanic Tribes, recognise that Ingwe was the Archetypal Krist - the 'Anointed One'. This is why we find the Old English Dream of the Rood so different from the biblical account, and much more heathen in form when read into.

The 'Age of Ing' is not the 'Age of Aquarius', for it is the transition-period between the Age of Pisces and the Age of Aquarius, and it is the Age of Heroes. This is a time when Folk-Heroes are sorely needed, the time of greatest oppression when the Dark Forces are in almost complete world control. The 'Age of Ing' is the 'Age of the Son', so here we must look into the 'Father of the Son', recalling that the 'Father' and the 'Son' are really one (Miguel Serrano). We know that Krist was called 'Son of the Widow', recalling the Egyptian Myth of Horus, Son of Isis (The Widow), whose spouse was slain by Set (The Dark One); Horus had to avenge the death of his father by slaying his brother, and this comes out (in part) in the mythology. However, although this is most often quoted as the source it is perhaps true to say that the Myth of Hamlet is much nearer to the original than the Egyptian version. This is the theme of this -

  • The uncle slays his brother.
  • The son of the brother acts 'the fool' as a 'simpleton' in order to fool the uncle, since he does not wish the uncle to know of his plans to slay his father's murderer.
  • The 'Son of the Father' then slays the uncle, or brings about his destruction by his own hands.

This can be found in various ancient myths and legends from the Indo-Germanic world; we even find one of the archetypal 'Robin Hood' figures - William Tell - having a name 'Tell' which means 'fool' or 'simpleton'. 'The Father', as I have said before, could be seen as Waendal, and 'The Son' that of Ingwe. This is not out of the question since the figure of the Long Man being Waendal can be related to Orwaendal (Orvandil) whose name can mean 'Arrow-Waendal', and Orvandil is the father of Hamlet in Danish Lore. The father of Orwaendal is Garwaendal whose name means 'Spear-Waendal' relating to the Long Man who once held Twin Spears. In The Thirteenth Warrior we find the Vendel associated with the 'Fire-Serpent' which is important. We have Hunter's Burgh right next to the Long Man, and the usual weapon of the hunter is the Bow and Arrow. 

Apart from 'Arrow-Od' in the Norse Lays there seems to be no mention of Woden as an archer-god or bow-god, though this is the role of Wuldor (Ullr) who is a ski-god. However, the English did know of a (more ancient) role of Woden as a Bow-God - Robin Hood. Robin Hood was said to roam the forests of England wearing a cloak and a Red Hood; this is not well known since the 'Hollywood' versions always promote the 'Lincoln Green' (his role as 'The Green Man'). The name 'Robin Hood' can mean 'Fame-Bright Woden', though the term should actually be rendered 'Fame-Bright Hooden', this being an alternative form of Woden. This lives in the form of the 'Hooden Horse' in the mummy-plays in Kent. Whether a historical figure known as 'Robin Hood' existed does not matter, since this is an Aryan Archetype most likely linked to AEgil the Archer, brother of Wayland the Smith, as well as to Woden of the Esen-Gods. 

The 'Cerne Abbas Giant', whose name does not come from "Cernunnos" (which is Gaulish), was called Heil by the Saxons who dwelt in this area of Dorset, and is the figure of Herne the Hunter (Orion the Hunter). He is shown as a 'Club-God', the club being the symbolic weapon of the Mannerbund-God, and he is a form of 'Winter-Woden' (Orion is seen throughout the winter months here). He stands in a similar way to the Long Man (Cygnus the Swan - Summer), and he is obviously a God of Virility and Fertility. Attempts have been made to desecrate these ancient God-figures, the Long Man by 'Trinny and Susannah' and the Herne Giant by the makers of an Amazon film (where they put on him a 'nappy-mask'). The sickness of this rotten and corrupt society knows no bounds! The Gods of the Inge-Folk live on and their strength is growing. 

This figure, thought to be Woden, shows him riding a horse, accompanied by two birds (Ravens), holding a Spear, and seemingly 'taming' the Coiled Serpent below the spear. This, of course, could symbolise his control of the 'Dragon Force' that pulsates through the land, which was (as seen) the role of Mercury of the Romans. The control of this Dragon-Force may well be behind the ancient mythical struggle between the White Dragon (Germania) and the Red Dragon (Juda-Rome) in these islands. Gildas said that Britain was the central 'balance' of the world, hence the Eternal Struggle for domination of these islands. These Holy-Lines are very important to us in our struggle. 

Ingwe is associated with the Ram, if we take him to be similar to Heimdall; Agni is associated with the Bull. Agni is associated with the Seven Rishis (Seven Seers) and he is 'The Seer' himself; he is the 'Sacrificer' who presides over the sacrifice, which is the offering to the Gods, an exchange for their aid and help. In the Vedas we find how important Agni is, though in the Eddas and Germanic Mythology neither Heimdal nor Scef-Ing are given anywhere near this importance, which is why I am trying to put this right for us if I can. 

The Angirases are 'heroes and fighters' in the struggle, the quest for the Inner Light; this is somewhat like the ideas of Julius Evola who equates this struggle to an 'Inner' struggle, as well as seeing the external and physical form of it. It is interesting to note that the Angiras Rishis or Seven Rishis are associated with the Great Bear. Ingwe is the 'driver' of the Waen or Great Bear, the latter which is his 'wagon'; Ingwe is Bootes - the 'Ox-Driver'. It is interesting to note that the clans of Rishis (Seers) were not only the Angiras but the Atris and Bhrigu etc. the latter being the progenitor of the Bhrigurians to whom Agni came in the first place. The Angiras Rishis would have been the Divine Ancestors and founders of the Ur-Religion of the Aryans. They would be perhaps the equivalent to the Seven Angels ('messengers') of Ahura-Mazda of Iranian Myth. Their name Ang-iras is a nasalised form of gn the root of Agni, and the name would mean 'flaming' or 'burning' (angara), the word angati meaning 'fire'. 

The Ing-Rune is said to mean 'The Hero' or 'The Hero-God' and this is the meaning which best conveys his importance to us in the Age of Ing - the Age of the Hero. I have shown how 'The Mighty One' features in the Eddas as Rig, and Agni is referred to as 'The Mighty One'. He is also invoked as 'The Will', and a brother of Woden is Willa. There are so many facets to this theme which are entangled like a web, and we have also the god-force that arises after 'The Mighty One' - Wid-Ar the Avenger. 

When we refer to the 'First and the Last' or the 'Beginning and the End' we need to consider that an Aryan Avatar appears at the end of a world-age, in this case the Age of Pisces, and then reappears at the beginning of the next world-age, in this case the Age of Aquarius. The first appears at the Yuletide of the Great Year Cycle as the Wild Hunter-God of Destruction-to-Recreation, twinned with Rig-Manu who revives the Divine Order of the Gods (hierarchical Caste System), and who is there to save the Ancient Wisdom from the coming Great Flood. The 'Great Flood' can be seen as being symbolic in that this is the 'Waters of Dissolution' or 'Waters of Chaos' whence everything is sucked back into the Primal Chaos, out of which will arise a New Order and a New Man. 

Monday 28 June 2021

Ingetheod - Inge's Folk (Part One).

In Psalm 112 of the Paris Psalter we find a clear reference to the English having recognised Ingwe as Krist. Although this is not stated outright the clear inference is there, and this is not the only work where the two are seen as one individual, or at least one archetype. In this work there is reference to haelynd drihten which translates as 'saviour lord'; there is also a statement heahita haeledha cynnes which is translated as 'highest hero-kin'. The latter gives us a clear clue to this since the Ing-Rune stanzas of the Old English Rune-Poem refer to Ing as 'The Hero'. The Psalm also uses the term Ingetheod meaning 'Ing's People' or 'Ing's Folk'. 

What is rather astounding about this is that Ingwe is clearly a very important god to the English, and yet scholars have, in the main, overlooked him altogether, except as the Ingvi-Frey of Norse Mythology. But it would seem that Ingvi-Frey means 'Lord Ing', in which case the original name of The Hero-God was Ingwe; even if we translate this as 'Son of the Lord' this would make no difference whatever. We have also the weapons which bear the name 'Gift of Ing', and also the reference in Beowulf to a sword named Ingelafe which means 'Ing-Bequest' ('Ing-Leaving' in a literal translation). 

Although it does mean repeating some of the stuff that I have already gone over, sometimes over and over, but I would like to go through this again to link the ideas with new ones which are very important to us in our struggle for freedom. In the past I have likened the Inge Archetype to that of the Heimdall Archetype, and there is good reason to see this having some foundation when we note the similarities between Ingwe and Agni and Heimdall and Agni. They may not be exactly the same, but they are likely both similar archetypes. There are problems with this, so firstly I shall note some interesting points to consider.

In Beowulf we have the lineage of Scef (Sheaf), Scyld (Shield) and Beow (Barley), and it is thus perhaps no coincidence that Ingvi Frey in Norse Mythology has a servant named Byggvir whose name can mean 'to settle', 'to cultivate', and is linked to the word bygg meaning 'barley'. Byggvir and Beyla (Bee) help Ingvi-Frey with his work, which is clearly (from the myths) connected to the World Mill - Grotte or Grotti. Ingvi-Frey is called Master of the Grotte, and the World Mill is (according to Viktor Rydberg) under the protection of the Vanir-Gods (Waene). 

The Long Man of Wilmington is Waendal who I have shown to be most likely the Mundilfore of Norse Myth - the Turner of the World Mill. The son of Mundilfore is Heimdall, who he sent down to mankind at the end of the Golden Age to bring to them agriculture, fire and the Caste System or Divine Order of the Gods. This can be seen when we see Heimdall and Scef as being one and the same archetype. In Vedic India this role was that of Manu, who was the first to use the Divine Fire with Bhrigu, when this was brought down by Agni to Earth. Manu and Agni are thus connected. Strictly speaking Mundilfore turns the handle of the World Mill since his name means 'handle' (from mondull meaning 'handle of mill', which itself stems from manthula meaning 'swing-tree', itself from manthati meaning 'to swing', to 'twist', or 'to bore'). The word manth refers to fire-by-friction. 

Agni is sent to mankind by his father (or symbolic father), Mataricvan, and sails over the waters just as Scef does, coming amongst the Bhrigurians, the Sons of Bhrigu. I will not go over this again but there are many parallels between Agni and Heimdall, and here are just a few -

  • Agni is the 'husband of wives' just as Heimdal fathers the three Aryan Castes.
  • Agni brought the Divine Fire, and taught man to live a fixed life around the hearth. Heimdal is a Fire-God, and Ingwe gives his name to the 'Inglenook' which is next to the hearth-fire.
  • Agni is the 'pure, white god' and Heimdall is the 'Whitest of Gods'.
  • Agni is, like Heimdall, the 'Watcher of the Gods'. 
  • They are both associated with White Horses (Ingwe and Agni).
  • Both Agni and Heimdall are called 'The Fast Traveller', the latter being no doubt Rata-tosk who travels up and down the World Tree as 'The Messenger of the Gods'. Heimdall is also 'The Borer' when he aids Woden in his quest to get the Sacred Mead from Knit Mountain. (Both rati and rata refer to travelling, usually in the sense of 'boring' - which hints that Rata-Tosk moves up and down the World Tree in a spiral movement.

The Bhrigurians were later called by the name Bhargavans which stems from bharg meaning 'to shine'. In Vedic India we have the two names Bhrigu and Manu which are direct parallels to the Berchter and Mannus of Germanic Lore. The word berchta means 'to shine', 'bright', 'clear', and we should recall the name of the area to which Scef (Ingwe) sailed - Scandi meaning The Shining Island. 

One of the many by-names of Heimdal is Vindler, stemming from vindill, itself coming from vinda meaning 'to twist', 'to turn', 'to coil' or 'to wind'. Looking back to Waendal we find that his name can mean 'to wind' or 'to turn', and as Mundilfore he is the Turner of the World Mill, and also brings creation into being through his turning of the Fire-Twirl. We can now see the clear connection between the Long Man (Waendal) and the Cweorth-Rune (Fire-Twirl). The rune can mean 'Cremation-Fire' but it has also the meaning of 'Fire of Creation'. This is important when we consider Rydberg's idea that Mundilfore and Lodhur and one and the same god, based upon the assumption that the name 'Lodhur' is connected to lodern meaning 'to blaze'. Lodhur was, with Woden and Hoenir, one of the Gods of Creation. Some see Lodhur as 'Loki' which could be a wrong assumption, for Loki is the God of Fire in its destructive form so Lodhur must be the God of Fire in its creative form. Hoenir is the 'Stork-God' or 'Heron-God' and in some cultures (like Egypt) the heron/stork is associated with creation. 

In the myth where Heimdal is said to have come to mankind in order to create the Caste System, and to bring the knowledge of kingship, aristocracy and rune-lore, he is not actually named as 'Heimdal' since the figure is named 'Rig', whose son is 'Earl'. He is Rig-Kon (Rig the King), whose son is Rig-Earl (Rig the Earl) and the title 'Rig' or 'Rik' is related to kingship. The name 'Kon' is related to the Ken-Rune - the Rune of Fire (this is important). There may be some link between the term 'Rig' here and the 'Rig-Vedas', but this is not found anywhere that I have looked. Perhaps we should not overlook the obvious though. Agni is associated with kingship, just as Ingwe is the archetypal Sacral King. 

The Long Man of Wilmington is connected to 'The April Fool' (Bootes) as well as to Cygnus the Swan, whose shape this makes. (I cannot prove this but this was made clear back in 1997 when all this was connected to the Hale-Bopp Comet). But it does link to the figure of the 'Dancing Wolf-Warrior' where Woden (The Mannerbund-God) is seen dressed much like 'The Fool'.) 

The Twin Spears are seen one pointing upwards, one downwards, suggesting the up-and-down movement along the World Tree, or the up-and-down movement along the Spinal Column - the movement of Agni-Inga as the Fiery-Serpent. The 'Dancing-Warrior' (Woden) holds within himself the Balance of Light and Darkness (the Solar-Lunar Horns). The spear held by the Wolf-Warrior points at the sole of the foot of the Warrior-God, which must have importance though this I must admit is not clear to me. 

So far we can put this together in some kind of order, though as with anything concerned with the esoteric this is not always 'black and white' -

Waendal - Scef-Ingwe, Son of Waendal, Scyld Scefing, Shield, Son of Sheaf, and Beow (Barley), Son of Scyld. The problem here equating Ingwe with Waendal is that the father of Ingvi-Frey is Njord, associated with the seas and ships. But this may not be such a problem when we consider that Ingwe is associated with the Waen which, when seen as the Great Bear, has him being the 'Mover of the Waen', these revolving around the North Star (Nail Star), and thus directly connecting these ideas to the World Mill, and the Turner of the World Mill. We must also recall that this is the Cosmic Mill, and the World Mill is the axis of the Earth, which itself needs a 'World Mill Turner'. Ingvi-Frey and Ing are both linked to a 'wagon'; Nerthus is also linked to a 'wagon' which is another point we need to consider.

In the figure of 'Cuthman' ('Known-Man' or 'Kin-Man') we find him pushing his 'barrow' (wagon or waen) which resembles the Great Bear/The Plough. As such Ingwe could be seen as the 'Ploughman' and we do find Cuthman connected to oxen, since at first his barrow is pulled by oxen. The 'twig' that his 'mother' holds could represent the World Tree, though this is just a guess. She also holds a leather bottle, or what looks like a leather bottle, though this is not clear either in form or as a symbol. Jesus Christ is clearly linked to Bootes -

"And I looked and behold a white cloud, and upon the cloud one sat like unto the Son of Man (Bootes), having on his head a Golden Crown (Corona Borealis), and in his hand a sharp sickle. 

Revelation 14:14.

The fact that the 'Golden Crown' is 'toppled' (as my good friend Hamasson pointed out) gives rise to the question as to where the term 'Corona-Virus' actually originated, and why this term was used. 

Bootes is 'The Anointed One', who is also 'The True Krist' (Alpha & Omega - the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last), who is also King Arctor, the 'Once and Future King', who is also Aragorn, the 'Rightful King', whose 'crown' is toppled through the powers that were responsible for the French Revolution and every other 'Revolt of the Slaves' that came after, the forces that put into practice the ideas of Karl Marx. The 'Second Coming' is that of the Omega who appears at the 'end' as 'the last', who is also the Alpha who appears at the 'beginning' as 'the first'. 

"Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened (Solar Eclipse August 11th 1999) and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven.....(Perseid Meteor Shower August 12th 1999)"...

And then shall appear the Sign of the Son of Man in heaven (the Ing-Rune/Cross of Fro-Inge)."

St Matthew 24:29.

"In the year 1999 and seven months, from the sky will come the great King of Terror (Black Sun - Solar Eclipse). He will bring back to life ('resurrect') the great King of Angolmois (King of the Angles - Ingwe). Before and after Mars (war) reigns happily."

Nostradamus Century 10:72.

In August 1999 the Age of Ing was conceived, and the God of the English - Ingwe - was 'resurrected'. We need to look at the third part of The Omen to see how the True Krist would be born in the 'Angel Isle' (England) around the time of March 24th - Heimdal's Day. This is also connected to the Hale-Bopp Comet and the events of March 24th 1997. At this time there was a Lunar Eclipse which fits here with the section in St. Matthew 'and the moon shall not give her light'. 

We have established that Ingwe is the God of the New Age, he is the 'Son of Man' (Aryan Krist) and he is the 'Son of the Widow', which was a title given to The Krist, and adopted by the Freemasons for their own uses. The Age of Ing was conceived on August 11th 1999 and is the Age of Heroes mentioned as the 'liminal period' between the Age of Pisces and the Age of the Water-Pourer (Aquarius). We can see in the Daily Mail clipping of August 1999 how Uranus (God of the New Age) is in Aquarius. The symbol of Aquarius is 'The Man' - the 'God-Man'. 

There are so many traditions and cultures that have words that mean 'man' which also seem to have been originally 'hero', a particular type of man - 'Divine Hero' in fact, the mix between Man and the Gods. We find this in some Greek Heroes such as Hercules, Perseus, and others who are half-man and half-god - Divine Heroes. This may be the original meaning to the words used for 'man' such as vira/wera and other the word for 'man' in Tocharian -

Tocharian A - onk 

Tocharian B - enkwe

Both of these are akin to 'inge', and this also brings into question the origins of the Ingas (Inkas was a later spelling) and to the Sumerian-Babylonian god named Enki. There may be no connection at all with these, but we should certainly keep an open mind on this. Now we shall look at the figure of Ingwe in regard to his rule as king -

  • King Ingvi was the first ruler of Sweden (Historia Norwegie). He was the father of Neorth, and the Father of Frey. 
  • In the Skjoldunga Saga he is the brother of Scioldus, and son of Odin.
  • In Snorri Yngvi is a Swedish King of Trojan descent, a son of Odin.
  • In the Heimskrimla Saga we read 'Freyr was called Yngvi by another name'. 

Certainly, both the Norwegians and the Swedes were Ynglingas whose ruler was Ingvi-Frey at one time, but as the brother of Scyld he would be Danish, and we find the Old English Rune-Poem telling us that he was first seen amongst the 'East-Danes'. We do know that Uppsala was the centre of worship of Ingvi-Frey and his burial-mound is said to be on this site. But the only people to have the name 'Ing' as title is the English, and there are so many connections between Danes, Swedes and English here in these islands. Indeed, the Long Man of Wilmington seems to have connections to Sweden, as do the Wuffingas (Wulfingas) of East Anglia, and the Uffingas around the White Horse, Dragon Hill and Wayland's Smithy. We should thus recall that the Ynglingas were the ruling royal lines in Scandinavia and that Angul (Angles) and Dan (Danes) were brothers. In Wodenic Lore we see the Seven Swords of Wayland to be symbolic of the Seven Tribes of Ingwe whom came together to form the English Folk-Nation.

There is yet another important point to consider here, and that is the link to The Hooded Man or The Fool who, as 'Hamlet' (Danish Myth), is connected to the World Mill, as is Helgi Hundingsbane who hides in a mill, dressed as a woman (don't tell Marvel or Disney or this will be twisted to suit their aim of insulting our culture, myth and people. 

There are many overlaps between the Angles and Saxons, the latter who have the 'Sword-God' as their Divine Ancestor; Ingwe is a Sword-God as we find from the Incglafe - Ingce-Leaving. Ingvi-Frey has a sword which he gave up in order to woo Gerda (The Earth). According to one account the Saxons left their original homeland in the North led by Ansgisl, where 'gisl' is a mythic name for horse, and a name also used by the Frisians (Aldagisl is the father of Raedbad the Frisian). The Langobards have as their 'Divine Twins' Aggo/Ajo and Ebor/Ibor, whose names, according to Rydberg, are akin to Ochta and Ebissa, kin of Hengest. He links Ajo to Weland the Smith, and Ebor to Egil the Archer. This we need not go into, but Widukind (Chronicle 860) has the Saxons being led by Hadugoto, the prefix Hadu- being found amongst the Old Saxons. Seaxnot was the God of the East Saxons - the Sword-God. 

The Firestone - 'Gift of Ing'

As I have shown before this may be dated back to the 6th Century CE, which is not too long after Hengest and Horsa arrived in what was to become England. The 'Gift of Ing' is the Divine Fire of the Gods (The Serpent-Fire), but this may also have another meaning to it which is hinted at in the Ingce-Lafe (Ing's Leaving) which is the Sword of Ingwe. If we see the shape of the carved stone as a form of 'man' within which is the 'Gift of Ing' then this is the 'Gift of Immortality' which transforms Man into the God-Man. Very often in mythology we find that 'Man' and 'Sword' are indeed interchangeable terms, one symbolic of the other. Could the Sword of Ingwe be Hunlafing Hildeleoman (Hun-Leaving Battle-Flame [of the Dragon]), the Sword of AEtla passed to Hengest who took upon himself the Wyrd of AEtla? This blade is the 'Bane of the Joten', well known to the 'Eaters of the Dead Souls', carved with the Runes of Destruction of the Dark Joten. This sword was forged in the breath of the White Dragon, and is the Magical Sword of Ingwe (Hengest). 

The Inga-Fire or Fire of Ingwe is symbolised by the Kan-Rune, as found on the White Stone of Ing; this is the Fiery-Serpent or Kundalini-Fire which lies dormant at the base of the spine, at the base of Iggdrasil. It is Ingwe - as Rata-Tosk - who awakens the Fiery-Serpent through the downward-movement of the Solar-Energy which arouses the 'Sleeping Goddess' (Sleeping Beauty) who then moves in an upwards-movement, uniting at the Head Centre (Odroerir) with Woden (Shiva); thus takes place the Divine Marriage of the God and Goddess, whose fusion is then taken a stage further in their separation in which the Woden Initiate transmutes the 'I' into the 'Absolute I' (Don Miguel Serrano). 

Ing & the Inglingas ('Sons of Ing').

Saka & the Saka-Sons ('Sons of Saka').

Both are Sword-Gods so could Seaxnot be the same as Ingwe? The term Seax (Short Sword) added to Not (Need-Fire) may suggest that this link could be made, but we cannot be sure of this and it is merely a guess. We find that there also seem to be links with the Sword of the Wolsungas and the Sword of Arminius, but the problem lies in that Armin or Arman seems to represent the Priest-King Caste, and Ingwe is of the Craftsman-Provider Caste, though there may here be a link to the Sword-Smith, and 'blacksmiths' were very often associated with the Magician and Kingship (the Sacral King?). We may, of course, be speaking here of the differences between the AEsir-Gods (Woden) and the Waene-Gods (Ingwe), the latter whose kingship was perhaps different, maybe more associated with peace and plenty, the fertile land, and the fertile folk. Both, however, are associated with war since in wartime there is need of new births to take the place of the fallen warriors. 

The word 'saka' stems from a root meaning 'to cut' or 'to cleave', thus the link to the sword.

Friday 25 June 2021

The Hidden Current

Throughout history we find that there has been a hidden underground current which has been suppressed by such organisations as the Christian Church, but it has also been suppressed before this time, over and over again in different societies. There are two examples that can be found in the most ancient times in India and pre-Zoroastrian Persia. In India these were the Vratyas who were bands of notorious raiders, usually seen to be non-Aryan, but whose role seems to cast great doubt upon that, especially in view of the role of Woden and the Mannerbund. We find Zoroaster suppressing such cults in ancient Persia, and clearly these are Aryan Cults that work in the same way as the Cult of Woden - they are Left-Hand Path Cults.

In India the Vratya were an Oath-Brotherhood, the term meaning both 'oath'/'vow' and 'brotherhood'; they were a form of Mannerbund, a band of young men, an age-set. The Vratya-Leader had -

  • A stick and a bow.
  • Black garb & skins.
  • A silver necklace.
  • Long hair and a turban.
The chief god of the Vratya was Rudra who was a bow-god, whose arrows brought disease and death. As a death-god he could also avert disease and death. The leader of the band wore black and some accounts say that the band wore the same, though others say they wore red. It is usual to associate these war-bands with the wearing of wolf-skins, and also a belt around the waist, the 'buckle' being over the Hara-Centre of the body. They blackened their faces using soot and animal-fats. The Harii, a Germanic Warrior-Band, blackened their faces and took on a skeletal appearance as the Army of the Dead. 

These aspects have been covered in older posts so there is no need to go into them again. What is of importance is that the Cult of Odin appeared once more through the Vikings, and that the Cult of Woden drove on the Anglo-Saxons to take back these lands from the Judaeo-Christians, as well as the rebellion against the Norman-Barons and their Feudal Order. It is Woden who leads the Divine Revolt against the Demiurge; this is where he is sometimes compared to Lucifer who is also the Leader of a Divine Revolt. There is a great deal of confusion over the figure of Lucifer so we need not cover this here. We have also the figure of the 'rebel' Prometheus who aids mankind by stealing the Divine Fire from the Gods, and is punished by Zeus for doing so. Again, we have the idea of a hero-figure who 'rebels' or 'defies the system' in order to help mankind.

In both the Myth of Knit Mountain and the Saga of Sigurd and Fafnir it should be noted that the Giant or the Dragon takes the 'treasure' (of whatever kind) and they hoard it for themselves. At no time are we told that they actually use the treasure, be it the Sacred Mead or the Gold-Hoard. The one key factor may be that in both cases the stolen treasure is kept hidden and is in an underground cave or deep within a mountain. It is hidden away from the light of day, here suggesting that this may be in the subconscious mind at a personal level. Thus, the means by which the Aryan Hero regains the treasure is to look within himself. To do so is not just to 'look within' but to overcome and slay a Giant or Dragon that 'guards' the treasure, without which it cannot be regained. This is just one level of meaning, of course.

Not many of the English know that their 'St. George' is a 'foreign' import, although this is not strictly speaking the case because we would have had Beowulf or Siegmund as the Dragon-Slayer, and 'St. George' is merely a similar archetype. In fact, he is an interesting figure when we look at how he was seen by the Ossetes, for he was a Mannerbund-God with a connection to the Wolf. Their term Waerxaerg is connected to the Iranian vrka meaning 'wolf' or more precisely 'wolf of the outside' (warg). We could well look towards the figure of 'Robin Hood' in regard to the Cultic Brotherhoods, since he has 12 Merry Men and lives in the wild forests. The 12 + 1 = 13 makes these 'unlucky', and perhaps why this number was given such a meaning. They are 'Wolf's Heads' - Outlaws. 

It is interesting to note that the 'Jesus Christ' of the New Testament has 12 disciples, again 12 + 1 = 13. Here he has Judas the Betrayer who is perhaps the 'Thirteenth', and this is interesting in view of one of the 'Merry Men' of Robin Hood - Will Scarlet. Now, The original name is 'Will Scathlock' and here we can see the figure of Loki, since the name would mean 'Will Shadow-Loki', and his role originally may have been far more sinister. It would be interesting to know why the name became corrupted into 'Scarlet'. The 'Christ' of the New Testament preaches the road to immortality when he says - 'To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the Tree of Life'. This is the aim of the Left-Hand Path.

We are here faced with the idea that the exoteric religions have always been designed for the masses, but the esoteric cults (The Hidden Current) have been always for an elite, the few who could obtain immortality through their own sacrifices and effort. In some cases it seems obvious that the exoteric religions heavily persecuted the esoteric cults, but there may be exceptions to this when we consider the 'Mystery Religions' that seem to have formed an 'Inner Cult' within the exoteric religion. 

Things are not always 'black and white' in life and history at times has distorted the truth which if left alone would make things far clearer. It is not well know that there is a clear reference to the use of a Volva (Seidr Witch) using her magic in the 11th Century CE. This would not seem surprising if it were not for the fact that the Volva was sent for by William the Conqueror in order to lead his forces against a rebellion by the English in the Fens. This is after 1066, well after the time the Normans were said to have been converted, and this was by a Norman King! This is where we should consider carefully the purges against the 'witches', since some of these would have been remnants of the old pagan religions - not all though, as accounts show. These pagan remnants would have continued underground when the great oppression got hold.

We do not have enough information as to the Knights Templar, the Rosicrucians, and other esoteric cults, as to whether they were Left-Hand Path Cults dedicated to the Way of the Immortals. What we do know for sure is that certain Alchemical Cults were certainly dedicated to the Way of the Immortals, since the whole process is one in which the candidate strives to overcome the human in himself in order to become an Immortal. 

A word on 'seeing' since this is an important part of all this. The exoteric religions preach about 'faith', having 'faith' in something else than yourself. Simply put this means believing something because someone else tells you to do so. That is 'faith'. 'Seeing' was the most ancient way, since it meant experiencing the divine through direct revelation, whether this was 'seeing' or 'hearing', or we could even say 'sensing'. Seeing is direct knowledge from the divine. The same goes for 'prayer' which is asking someone else for help, whilst we find the Aryan Hero may go against the Will of the Gods - as did Prometheus. This can also apply to Sigdrifa/Brunhilde who went against the Will of Woden, and for this was, like Prometheus, punished for the 'offence'. The Hero is sometimes aided by the gods, but not usually through being asked to do so. 

The Legend of Sigurd is fundamentally important to us in our times, to understand what we need to do and why we need to do it. Sigurd slays the dragon Fafnir who hoards the Ancient Gold (Solar Knowledge); he does so with a sword forged by Regin ('The Powers') the sword-smith. Twice the sword broke and we have two versions of the next part, one claiming Sigurd forged it himself, the other that Regin forged it again, but this time right. Whatever the case, Sigurd slew his teacher, Regin, after the sword was forged: Regin was plotting to kill him and take the sword. Sigurd cuts out the Heart of the Dragon and cooks and eats it, drinking of the Blood of the Dragon - He becomes a Dragon-Lord. Whilst cooking the heart he burns his finger and puts it to his mouth, whence he hears the 'Language of the Birds' - he becomes one with Nature. 

What is important here is that he eats the Heart of the Dragon (The Soul) and drinks the Blood of the Dragon (Spirit), thus taking into himself the Essence of the Dragon. It is necessary, in our time as much as in past times, to sometimes work at the very same level as one's enemies, especially when faced with a particularly evil force which can only be overcome by coming down to the same level. This is why Woden is such a very different god, one who is Goden-Joten by birth (as are others) and whose role is darker and more sinister at times. He must act as he does because it is necessary to defeat such an enemy. 

Both Sigurd (Cult of Woden) and Sigdrifa (Cult of Freya) act in much the same way here; Sigurd slays his teacher Regin (Regal Power and Craftsman) whilst Sigdrifa defies her 'sovereign', Woden, and is pricked with a 'Sleep-Thorn'. She can only be awakened by the Aryan Hero; from there they both separate and go their own ways, each on their own 'quest'. There is here a very interesting point because the Black-Smith or Sword-Smith has always been associated with magic and mysticism. There are hints that they were also connected to the Left-Hand Path since whilst the horseshoe is symbolic of 'Good Luck' when placed with the open end upwards, it was placed open end downwards by the Black-Smith. 

Every exoteric religion or spiritual discipline has as its aim the dissolution of the ego at death and the absorption back into the 'All', the 'One', 'Cosmic Consciousness', 'God', or even 'Nature' as the Wiccans believe. Opposed to this was the Hidden Current which embraced the idea of preserving the individual ego and through the right spiritual path and life strengthening and transforming the ego into the Absolute I (Don Miguel Serrano). There seems little point to me in being born with the ego, the ability to be self-aware, self-conscious, and then to lose this on death, unless the process is all part of the on-going path which we take, which has to be different for those on a different level of spiritual development. 

The Path of the Immortals is the 'Solar Way', the 'Way of the Gods' where the individual retains his 'I', transmutes this into the 'Absolute I', and thus takes his place as a Divine Hero, able, after his stay on Valhalla, to return at will to continue the Eternal Struggle. The secret of the Nyd-Rune shows how the sword is thrust into the pillar ('The I') representing the broken ego; it is the role of the Aryan Hero to remove the Sword from the Pillar, thus making the ego whole again. 

There may well be a great secret hidden here, for both the 'pillar/tree' and the 'sword' may well symbolise the ego itself. In the first instance the ego is broken (Nyd-Rune) and taking the Sword from the Tree making the ego whole again, and in the second instance it is the Sword itself that is broken, and which the Aryan Hero has to reforge anew. Both may represent the fact that the Aryan Hero needs to become aware of who he really is, become aware of his 'being' or 'I-ness' in order to fulfil his Divine Mission here in Middle-Earth. We find in some cases where a god-force is to incarnate as an avatar they have to take a draft which erases their memory of who they are and their Divine Mission. Maybe what we are seeing here is that the Divine Hero must regain his memory of 'self' and the 'I' in order to know who he really is, and what he is really destined to do.

The ego, of course, has become rather more of a problem today in that it produces in the mass of people a self-centredness which makes them unaware of anyone else and the consequences of their own actions. This is where the idea of getting rid of the ego starts to become more and more prominent, but this overlooks the true nature of the human ego. In the lost Golden Age mankind was totally innocent - as children - unaware of himself in regard to self-awareness and self-consciousness. This Golden Age ended, but it was prophesied to return, but logic tells us that there would be a need to regain this state but at a different level of being. From the Age of Innocence, to the Age of Youth (the wild Aryan Warrior and his wars, conquests and empires), and then onto maturity and a stage where we grow into adults, with self-awareness and self-consciousness, with the ability to know what is right and wrong (we have been learning) - to become 'as gods', by transforming into the God-Man. Without developing the ego this would never be possible. order to got through this whole process we have to have some form of opposition to this, and this has arisen again and again throughout the ages. 

The esoteric form must go along the Left-Hand Path because it needs to be there for the Aryan Heroes to develop and to strive to regain their divine status as the Divine Heroes (Viras). But there has to be an exoteric religion that takes the right-hand path, and this is for the many rather than the few. In Folkish Wodenism Woden's Folk fulfils the former role, and the Woden Folk-Community fulfils the latter role.

Tuesday 22 June 2021

The Secret of the Berserker-Rage?

So much is written of the Berserker and the 'Berserker-Rage' that there should not be much left to write, and yet this is still on the whole not understood for what it is, so I would here like to relate a recent event that could shed light on this phenomena - also called the Wolfish-Rage. This was a rather minor event but one in which a sudden 'flash of inspiration' came to light, maybe something, maybe nothing, but you can judge for yourselves.

I was walking up the track to a local woodland with a Folk-Comrade of mine and I had my dog on an extending lead. He is now 11 years old but has been trained to run and also to hunt rabbits, which should now be out of his depths. However, he spotted a small rabbit that ran straight in front of him across the track, being a baby rabbit not yet 'field-wise' maybe. Sam flashed towards the rabbit at great speed, which then took a turn and went under the fence at the side of the track; Sam leapt over the fence after it, but it came back though so he leapt over the other way. Again, the rabbit turned quickly and ran back under the fence, Sam leaping the onto and over the fence again and this time the rabbit disappeared into the field. 

This is a short tale but one of importance because the fence had barbed wire on top, and Sam caught himself on this in doing the three leaps over it, cutting his leg (not badly I must add). When looking back at this something became clear in my own mind, something that may explain the 'Berserker-Rage' -

  • The dog felt no pain at the time, and I think he caught himself on the first jump, and maybe again afterwards. 
  • Even though he had been injured by the jumps he continued to try to catch the rabbit, and could not do so because I got hold of his lead and held him in the field so that he would not try to jump back again. At this point it was noticeable that he was looking for a way out of the field but reluctant to jump again, although I could not rule that out.
  • He is 11 years old and the strength, agility and stamina he used for that brief time was astounding.

My point here is that, like the Berserkers and Ulfhedhnar, whilst doing this act he was oblivious to the pain, which he obviously subconsciously overcame, and would not give up until he had succeeded in what he wished to do - to kill the rabbit (*).
His strength, stamina and agility were enhanced in doing so, and again this would be at a subconscious level. It would seem that, since every bit of his energy and force was channeled into the chase of the rabbit, and the aim to kill that prey, his mind would have to be focussed on that one thing alone, focussed in a form of one-pointed concentration

Recently I watched a scientist speaking of how most humans today have far less of an attention span than many animals - which is a sad thing to learn, but one which seems overall fairly true. My Folk-Comrade Raven, who is a skilled Martial Artist (Wing Chun), always promoted the aim of being 'switched on' at all times, another way of saying that we should be in a state of 'relaxed awareness'; I have taken this subject up before so need not go into it now. Most people today are not focussed, and are clearly unaware of what goes on around them. When my dog became aware of the rabbit he became totally focussed on one thing alone, that of catching and killing his prey. 

In this state of consciousness, which we could indeed see as an altered state of consciousness since he kind of 'switched on', he changed his state of consciousness from one of 'awareness' to that of 'one-pointed concentration', like an archer concentrating upon his target. Could this be how the Berserkers and Ulfhedhnar fought their battles, through a similar altering of consciousness to a state of one-pointedness? Of course, this would not come naturally, in a sense, since my dog was a trained hunting-dog and was thus akin to the 'warrior' in having the same type of unconscious sense of what to do, after years of training - a type of 'motor-memory' as they call it today. 

One important point here that we should all take note of is that he vastly exceeded his normal abilities which was again done unconsciously. After doing this he 'returned' to his normal self and became entirely different, quiet and subdued would be the words to use. This is exactly how we find the Berserker after his rage and fury! The Germans use the term 'Berserker' for the Amanita Muscaria mushrooms, which have in the past been associated with the Berserkers, and also certain Shamans. Would these ideas rule out the use of such mind-altering substances? 

Analysing the actions of my dog, the whole thing is done, not in a rage or fury as such, but in a state of total concentration upon one aim, an aim which thus unconsciously allowed the dog to gain strength, agility and stamina, and to overcome any pain and hurt that he would have due to the actions. This could form the basic level for a Berserker-Rage, to which is added the 'rage', but not in the sense of his being out of control. Yes, there are many accounts of this type of warrior going totally out of control, and having to be 'cooled down' afterwards so as not to inflict hurt on his own followers. In the case of the dog there is a 'Blood-Lust', and there is no doubt about that, both instinctive, and also due to his being trained as a hunting dog. This is also the case in the Berserker. 

We have a typical case of this type of 'rage' or 'fury' in that of the Ulster-Hero, Cu Chullainn, who had to be immersed in three vats of water to cool down his 'rage', which was obviously seen as related to 'heat', and even today we say 'heated up' when someone gets mad about something. This 'madness' can be triggered merely by something the individual does not like or agree with, which is how these things start. Being 'psyched up' will enhance this to a far greater degree, and thus doing so would build up into a state of 'going berserk'. This could be done through careful training, of course. 

If the Shaman's Mushroom caused a state of one-pointed concentration then it could have been used to create such a change. We need to recall that such changes in the brain are created (at a physical level) through a chemical reaction, and mind-altering substances do just the same thing - indeed, they seem to have replaced the natural means of altering one's state of consciousness by artificial means. This is related in very different cultures and traditions, though the use of many different plants and fungi. 

'In order to bring warriors to the point where they are willing to tackle, fight and kill other men, it is necessary to establish two conditions: the warrior must know himself to be a member of a group to which he owes great loyalty by virtue of kinship, or common traditions, or common language, or whatever; and he must believe his enemy to be to be wholly outside this group, an 'alien' who poses a threat to the existence, property or freedom of the group, and against whom it is therefore legitimate to use violence as a means of thwarting these ambitions.'

The English Warrior from Ancient Times to 1066 - Stephen Pollington.

By creating a 'One-World' system loyalty to nation and to race is gradually being eroded; most people today have no sense of belonging to anything let alone a nation or race. We can see that now where the English flag appears once more, not in any sense of loyalty to nation, but to support a football team whose main concern is to 'bend the knee' in subservience and subjugation. Our aim must be to create a new Folk-Religion that will serve the 'solitaries' who remain true, and will become the 'group' to which great loyalty is given 'by virtue of kinship'. Globalism, the Global Elite, and the Hidden Occult Elite are the 'enemy', the 'alien' that poses a threat to our existence, to our property and to the 'freedom of the group'. 

The threat to one's freedom and to one's existence should kindle some kind of 'fire' within us all, to such an extent that it becomes the focus of a one-pointed concentration that invokes a sense of 'fury' and 'rage' within us. The danger lies here in that developing such a 'rage' or 'fury' can be channeled into merely moaning and groaning about it, and unfortunately this is as far as most go, as can be seen in recent times. When this 'fire' arises within us, because we know we fight against some form of Eternal Evil, action is needed, so this energy must be focussed upon something other than moaning about our lot. 

What comes into play now is the methods by which we can positively use this 'rising fire' into something that will enhance our ability to oppose these forces -

Survivalism - Here we can use this as a skill-forming project in which we can increase our chances of survival in various different situations that may arise in the future. This is not just physical survival, since undertaking survival training can also be used to enhance the spirit, when used in the right way. Any form of activity that makes us more self-reliant, more self-sufficient, and more self-disciplined keeps us on the right path throughout our 'Quest'. Bushcraft is also a means to recreate the bond between Man and Nature, between Blood and Soil. 

Warrior Arts - Here again this does not work merely on the physical level, though in younger people the physical side is usually more prominent. The Esoteric Warrior Arts are just as important, and Spiritual Training is involved in this as well as the physical movement. 

What is known as 'chi' (Chinese) or 'ki' (Japanese) is really one form of the Life-Force or Life-Energy, also known as the Universal Life-Force. The Chinese word 'chi' - I believe - is written in the form of an ideograph of 'rice' and 'steam', the latter rising from the rice. This shows us that this is a 'Fiery-Energy' arising from a physical form, another name for which is the Vril-Force. The term 'vril' is perhaps even better for us, since it stems from our own root-tongues, and most likely comes from 'virile'. The word 'virile' comes from the IE Root *wi-ro which is a root seen to mean 'man', and from which we get the word werewolf - 'Man-Wolf'. However, the original meaning would be far nearer to 'hero' than the ordinary 'man. The root also gives rise to 'virtue' which tells us that this is connected to the values of a Folk-Hero. Life-Force is most abundant in the youth, and the IE Root *aiw- means 'Vital Force' or 'Life-Force' and is connected to 'youth' and to that which is 'eternal'. The latter is why this is linked to the Eoh-Rune and to the Yew-Tree - the Tree of Eternal Life. 

When we look at the Berserker-Rage it is perhaps wise to take into account the Vril-Force and in particular one form of this - the Woda-Force. The name Wod-an means 'Master' (-an) of 'Wod', the force itself being Wode and the god who has 'mastered' this being Woden (Wodan). This makes sense when we find that the leader of the Wild Host was called Wode, and this is the archetypal force which has been mastered by Woden. This is why some see Ingvi-Frey as the 'Master' (Frey) of 'Ingvi'. The term we use in Folkish Wodenism is the Inga-Force which is a 'Fiery-Energy' or 'Fiery-Force' that is symbolised by the 'Fire-Serpent'. Of course, this may also be a key to understanding the 'Berserker-Rage', that the 'Fire-Serpent' is awakened. 

The hidden current of the 'Left-Hand Path' has always been there, and evidence shows that this is connected to the Germanic Mannerbund - the Cultic-Warrior Brotherhoods. The 'Ecstatic-Warriors' are connected to these Oath-Brotherhoods, made up of all-male young warriors led by an older mentor and trainer. This 'Left-Hand Path' has always been seen as 'outside' the normal society, but those trained within it have always been the elite of any society. Suppression of this has been widespread, and it is common to find scholars seeing such war-bands and their cults as 'non Indo-European' or 'non-Aryan', even though these are common to most Aryan Societies. We can see this vilification of such cults in the film The Thirteenth Warrior.

Here the 'baddies' are the "Berserkers' or 'Eaters of the Dead' who wear Bear-Skins, and who arise with the awakening of the 'Fire-Snake' or the 'Vendel', which is rather telling. The name 'Vendel' is the same as Waendal whose figure we see in the Long Man of Wilmington; he is Woden in the role of 'The April Fool' -

Notice the figure of 'The Fool' on the left, wearing the "Solar-Horns' and 'Lunar-Horns' on his head, and leading the Wolf-Warrior in some form of Warrior-Dance. The head-gear suggests some form of 'Fool's Cap', and the spears face upwards and downwards which may itself suggest the flow of the Fire-Serpent. The feet of 'The Fool' figure certainly suggests some form of dance. 

The Finklesham Buckle, found in Kent, England, shows a similar figure, holding two spears, and with the 'Solar-Horns' on the head - what seem to be two serpents ending in the beaks of birds. Both figures have a belt which, of course, has the buckle neatly placed over the Hara-Centre which is two fingers below the navel. The figures are in the pose of the Cweorth-Rune which is the 'Fire-Twirl', again associated with the Fire-Serpent. 

In The Thirteenth Warrior we find the leader of the Bear-Warriors wears the 'Bulls Horns' (Solar Horns) just as in these figures. These warriors arise from the 'nether-world' which again suggests links to the 'Fire-Serpent', and they appear to be 'immortal', mainly through legends concerning their ability to disappear, since no bodies are found. They are not 'immortal' but legend gives them this credit. And the 'Fire-Snake' is merely their torches moving in a line as they attack. These seem very subtle ways to discredit this Archetypal Myth, since it is common today to dismiss anything unexplainable by some natural phenomena. Thus the Wild Host becomes the storm-winds, and other 'explanations' for the unexplainable.

Friday 11 June 2021

The Chariot of Ingwe


I am going to visit this subject again in the light of some new ideas which should help us to understand how important the Holy White Stone of Ing is to the English Folk-Nation. Also, when I first studied this I mentioned that the Ken-Rune was 'upside-down', but this may not be right since it seems that this particular rune-stave could be drawn either way. This does not change the meaning, of course, since it would merely read - Ing-Fire-Gift - having exactly the same meaning as if written Gift-Fire-Ing. Of course, the later 'Christian Cross' imposed upon it does suggest that the stone is the wrong way up, since it is doubtful that a Christian Priest would carve an 'upside-down' cross. Either way, this small fact should be noted but really seems to make no difference. 

The above runes found on Wikipedia show that the dating for the use of the Ken-Rune is between 450 CE and 550 CE, but could be dated later if the rune is the same way up as the stone stands - as late as 750 CE. But these rune-staves do show that this is some 400 - 600 years before the Normans invaded England, thus trying to infer that this to be 'Norman' is hardly logical. The local Steyning Museum told me that the stone was 'Norman'. The Church of St Andrew (which is today also named after the original Cuthman) was Saxon, but further built upon by the Normans, who have tried (no doubt) to completely erase the legend of Ing associated with the church, though somehow the name 'Cuthman' exists to link this 'Known Man' to Ingwe.

Ing was first among the East-Danes

Seen by men until he later eastwards

Went across the waves, the wagon sped behind,

Thus the Heardingas named the hero.

Old English Rune-Poem

In the legend of Cuthman we find that this 'Christian Saint' travels eastwards pushing a barrow in which his aged mother sits. No one but an idiot would actually see this as being a man pushing his mother in a barrow (some Judaeo-Christians obviously do). This is obviously exactly the same legend as that of Ingwe travelling eastwards, but Cuthman travels from Chidham to Steyning, possibly via Stane Street ('Stone Street'). What I intend to cover here is the idea that Ingwe-Cuthman uses a waen (wagon), though this would have, over a long period of time, become a 'barrow' which is not drawn but pushed. 

The Waene-Cult or Fiery-Serpent Cult appears to be more ancient than the Esen-Cults; at least that is what most historians think. One of the main features that seem to be associated with the Waene-Cult is the 'wagon' in which either a God or Goddess rides. The most famous example is that of a ritual recorded by Tacitus, in which a goddess is said to sit in a wagon and then drawn to a Sacred Pool where she is 'cleansed', and where the slaves that pull the wagon are offered up as a sacrifice to the goddess. What we are told is that the goddess is named Nerthus and that one of the tribes that worshipped here was the Anglii - the English. Another account of such a ritual, though no details are given, is that of one to 'Isis'; this would seem to be the Germanic Isais rather than the Egyptian - Greek 'Isis'. But Isis was associated with a boat and we shall see how Nerthus may also have been associated with a 'Wagon-Boat' or 'Land-Ship'. We should also recall that Isis weeps tears as she searches for the pieces of her lost husband, Osiris, just as Freya weeps as she searches for her Od. This is a trait of the Waene-Goddess it would seem. There is also yet another Germanic Goddess associated with the boat-ship, and that is Nehallenia of the Frisians.

The wagon is a typical means of travel for some of the gods and goddesses -

  • Thor has a chariot pulled by Goats.
  • Freyr has a chariot pulled by a Boar.
  • Freya has a chariot pulled by Cats.
  • Njord is called 'God of the Wagon'.
The associations here, or at least some of them, are perhaps linked to the Waen or Great Bear, since Ingwe is associated with Bootes and Arcturus. Odin is also called 'Mover of Wagons', 'Friend of Wagons', 'Protector of Wagons', and 'Ruler of the Wagin-Road'. To the Norsemen the sky itself was sometimes referred to as 'The Land of Wagons'. The ancient Aryans were known for their chariot-riding, and here in Britain chariots were used in war; since there were Germanic Tribes here this produced a continuation into later times. 

The name 'Nerthus' would naturally evolve into 'Njorth' - Nerthus = Njarthuz = Njorthus = Njorth. Njord dwelt in Noatun which is a word meaning 'ship-yard', thus his associations with the sea and waters. Ingvi-Frey had a ship called Skidbladnir which means 'assembled from pieces of thin wood'. Throughout Germania, including here in England, there are legends of a 'land-ship' being hauled around the land with a male or female figure in it. There is also the tradition of the 'May Queen' who is taken around the village in a cart or wagon, another ancient remembrance of this Waene-Cult. Then there is a legend of the 'Ship of Fools' which is a ship with wheels drawn around the land in medieval times. And we have a record of the Merovingian Kings being driven around in a cart or wagon pulled by bulls; a gold bull's head was found in the tomb of Childeric I and we know that the Merovingians descended from Meroveus when his wife was impregnated by a 'Quino-Taur' ('Five Bull'), a Beast of Neptune (the sea). Here we may find some ancient link between the Aryan Hero (Ing is said to be 'the hero') and the Great Deep, coming out of the seas. 

The Dagenham Idol is a wooden idol over 4,250 years old, and found in a bog; can we link this, and the 'Bog-Men' to these ancient Waene-Cults? The figure is one-eyed, but various figures in Norse and Irish Myth contain prefix-names 'Ing' and are one-eyed. There is also the figures found in Denmark (Ing was first seen amongst the East-Danes) which are also wooden idols from an area of bog. Then we have the Oseberg Wagon and also the Oseberg Tapestry in which is found a scene of a horned figure leading a procession of figures who accompany a cart/wagon. This is dated around 834 CE. 

Even today this very ancient tradition is upheld when the Queen, on certain functions, is driven around in a horse-drawn carriage ('carriage' sounds better than a 'cart' or 'wagon' but is the same). The body of King Rufus the Red is said to have been laid in a wagon and taken around the land before he was buried. In all of this we can see the very ancient idea of the Sacral King who is 'wed' to Sovereign (The Land). This is the Hieros Gamos or 'Sacred Marriage' of the King to the Land. 

Although we have the Ken-Rune version as shown earlier, we also have the Ken-Fusion of the Ing-Rune (shown above) on the White Stone of Ing, thus doubling the connection with 'Fire'. It was also called by the name The Firestone which has been rejected by scholars but seems nearer to the truth than they would have us believe. 

In the image above we see 'Jesus' bearing the central roof-beam, helping Cuthman to put this into place. Whoever created the above image used the Ing-Rune symbolism on the gaiters on his legs, which appears again in another image of 'Jesus' with his crook and by his sheep. The 'pillar' or 'beam' is a very ancient Aryan Heathen Symbol; both figures have a 'halo' around the head.

We have seen how Ingwe is the Son of Man and how he is associated with Bootes and Arcturus in particular, and that his name can mean The Anointed One, as does the name 'Krist'. We now seem to have a fairly accurate dating as to when this Holy Stone was carved, or at least we know that it was most likely carved between 450 CE and 750 CE, with the most likely being between 450 CE and 550 CE, which is around the time when the English were increasing their settlement here in these islands. 

The Old English Rune-Poem we have shows a later version of the 'Cen-Rune' (sixth from top, the picture is not clear), and not the version we have on the White Stone. We need here to remember that the stone was found in Sussex, at a place that has clearly been associated with this from its creation way back in time. This was in the South Saxon Mark, but has been under the influence of the West Saxons too, and this seems clear when we find that King AEthelwulf's tomb-stone stands next to it in the church. 

The 'two incised crosses' were in fact Templar Crosses and if it is true that the father of King Alfred was buried here the area must have been a very sacred place for the English. Winchester, of course, was the ancient capital of England, and even before that of the Belgae Tribes. There is a site outside Steyning, next to Bramber, which was an old Templar Castle, so they too must have seen this site as of importance on a spiritual level. The West Saxon Royal Line, through King AEthelwulf, could trace its lineage back to Sheaf-Ing, which is a strange coincidence in view of what I have just said. 

I have once mentioned that the stone itself may be associated with a 'ship' or 'boat' due to its shape. And then we have the Mayan Stela which shows a red-haired, red-bearded figure holding a 'hammer-cross' and sailing in a boat with serpents, with a White Stone in the boat. With the symbolism on the 'heads' at the side - XX-X - this fits with the White Stone symbolism perfectly. Clearly, the figure is a 'White God' such as Quetzalcoatl, Kukulkan, Viracocha and Votan. These were all associated with the Morning Star (Star of the Waene) and with the Fiery-Serpent ('Feathered Serpent').