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. 

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