France, in the Footsteps of Otto Rahn VIII by Jack Heart

From Russia with love

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According to the Grímnismál, a poem in the Poetic Edda that predates any reliable history, the “Yggdrasil [Tree of Life] has three main roots: one planted in Midgard, the world of mankind; one in Jotunheim” the land of the Jötunn, a land of ice and cold that borders the known world. The other is in Hel, the “homeland of primordial darkness, cold, mist, and ice…” In the Völuspá or Prophecy of the Witch, a poem just as old as the Grímnismál and taken from the same source Ragnarök, the apocalyptic battle of the Gods, shall only end when Surtr, the mightiest of all the Jötunn warriors, leads an invincible army called the Sons of Muspelheim from out of the south and onto the battlefield. There he will slay Frey in single combat and in his insatiable rage will cast fire upon the entire Yggdrasil, burning all the worlds except the palace of light somewhere in Gimle. It should be noted that in the Sepher Yetzirah, the Qabalahs Tree of Life, there is also a place called Gimel. It is the long and desolate path between the celestial sun and crown of God…  Two days after the April 8, 2024, solar eclipse prompted Texas, […]

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