In Norse Mythology “Ragnarök” according to the “Fate of the Gods” is a series of events, including a great battle, foretold to lead to the death of a number of great figures (including the gods Odin, Thor, Týr, Freyr, Heimdallr, and Loki), natural disasters and the submersion of the world in water.The final destruction of the world in the conflict between the Aesir and the powers of Hel led by Loki.This is clearly another cataclysmic event here the “Bock Sagas” account of this very ancient event predates the Second Ragnorök which according to the Saga was 10,034 from 2018.
Here’s some quote’s….People lived an idyllic life during Paradise time. There was a mild tropical climate in all the inhabited areas. Food grew in abundance on the trees, ready for the picking. After the initial period during which people populated the planet, nothing much has changed.Standing on the North Pole, the whole Universe – the Sun, Moon, Planets and Stars – would spin around a person. The earth’s axis was elongated into the galactic axis, which pointed straight at the North Star.
Imagine standing on the North Pole, seeing the North Star directly above with the universe spinning around you. The Sun turning in its circles over the horizon, once every day, and the Northern Lights raining down from above.According to the Saga, the atmosphere condensed into ice. After this event, all the Ringlands in what is now Northern Europe, Russia and North America, were covered in thick layers of ice.
Nobody could live there anymore and those who were not lucky enough to escape their icy fate, perished. By a stroke of Öde (Fate), Odenma reminded ice free, but it was surrounded by walls of ice reaching kilometres high into the sky.
The First Ragnorök led to the first fragmentation of the human race. The Ringlands of the Vaner south of the ice were cut off from their All-Father.The Vaner created 10 kingdoms. There was Kina in the East with Peking (“Pi from the Ring”) as king; Hindostan with Narkasur as king; Tor-Ki with Sultan as the king; the Middle West with Rasul (“Sul” = “the Sun” and “Ra” = “the moon”; All-Father and King in one.) as king; Afrike, or Africa, with king Soliman. Information on the other 5 kingdoms has disappeared in the mist of time.
These Kingdoms encircled the planet. Often, they were surrounded by desserts, high mountain ranges and oceans and therefore relatively isolated from one another. There was some contact in the form of Karavans (“Van” means Vaner = all the people outside the old North Pole; “Lar” refers to the Karl caste, the fourth caste that undertook these long journeys).Each kingdom developed its own language rooted in the old Van language, as well as its own mythology.
These mythologies all have similarities in that they refer to a common origin.Most of them feature a similar paradise where we all originate from, with the “Tree of Life” in the middle, its location in the upper region of the planet where the centre of the world and the universe is found.Another similarly between these different kingdoms, is the “King System”. Each mythology has its pantheon of gods relating to the old Piroet Family, who were close to the heavens and brought life to the planet.Each kingdom developed a different caste system to the one from before the Ice Age. One All-Father was father to everyone in that particular kingdom. Because of this isolation caused by each kingdom having its own All-Father, different races – characterised by their own unique and specific physical traits – developed through time.In the beginning, through a complex breeding system, this became a stable race. At that point, we had brown skin and black hair.
After the split in 10 kingdoms, we developed into the various races we have today.The Saga explains that the warm Gulf Stream flowed from West to East via the Netherlands, Northern Germany and finally into the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea.It curled around itself at the end, where Petersburg is now, and continued over South Sweden and towards Norway. Because of this warm stream of sea water, Odenma, with Hel at its centre, remained unfrozen. Only a few of the Aser survived, finding themselves having to adapt to this sudden arctic world. They started off by relocating from the mainland to the islands archipelago in front of Hel.Half of the year it was light, the other half it was dark and cold. The vegetation consisted of arctic plants and trees, such as the pine and birch tree, with arctic animals inhabiting the land.These include polar bears, arctic foxes, white hare, chickens, cows, sheep and goats.
Over time, these animals adapted abd evolved; their fur and feathers turning white and their eyes blue. The Aser people changed physically in a similar way.They grew oats, barley, wheat and rye to feed themselves and their animals. They also started to eat meat and fish, something unheard of during Paradise time.They invented tool to make clothes from animal skins and plant fibres. These then decorated beautifully with embroidery. They also designed tools to construct houses and boats from wood. They perfected ways in which to fish.In short, the organisational skill of these heathens were put to the test. After living in a paradise-like environment they were forced to develop the skills to modify the nature around them in order to survive.
The Bock Saga does not mention any contact between the Aser in Odenma and the people from the 10 kingdoms during Altlandis.This period, which brought so many technical advances, lasted an enormous length of time and the Bock Saga describes it in great detail. But even this long period came to an end in what is called the Second Ragnorök. This was the second destruction of Odenma and led to the further fragmentation of the human race.
To be continued…..T
he “Book of Genesis” story shares alot of the motifs with the Saga. The Paradise Garden (AsGard, home of the Aser in Odenma, Eden. Asgard, Old Norse Ásgardr, in Norse mythology, the dwelling place of the gods, comparable to the Greek Mount Olympus.) Which people picked the (Forebidden) fruits off the trees.The central “Tree of Life” the “Yggdrasil” which Oden hanged himself on the Yggdrasil, for nine days and nine nights in order to gain knowledge of other worlds and be able to understand the runes. During his sacrificial actions, he saw visions and received secret wisdom. Also number 12 of the Tarot is Oden. I talked in past of an interpretation of the number 9 being a Cycle/Circle. The number nine represents a revolution or spiral. Looking at the character 9 we can see a circle and its trail behind which most likely came from the Suns East to West revolution.The “Ouroboros” the serpent biting its tail has so many interpretations which is the serpent coiled around the tree. Some in the Saga refered to the Suns rotation around Odenma in Paradise Time. Another is the Offering which l’ll stop right there as its not a nice topic. Others Ive heard is reincarnation, destruction/creation. And used by Greek Alchemists of (Hel)lenistic Alexandria and Egypt.We have the banishment from the Garden. Also the “Nephilim” also mentioned in the Book of Genesis were “Fallen Angels”. “Niflheim” in Norse Mythology is the world of Ice, Fog and Mist, ruled by the Goddess “Hel”.