hammer time: vulcan, velchinus, and vilkinus

“At the head of the whole race of heroes was placed King Vilkinus “named,” says Grimm, “after Vulcanus as the Latin termination shews, a god or demigod, who must have had another and German name, and who begets with the merwoman a gigantic son Vadi, Old English Wada, Old High German Wato, so named I…

𒀭 إرَم ذَات ٱلْعِمَاد‎ iram of the pillars: city of the djinn

Tribe of Djinn – D-N – DIN – Sumerian “DIN-gir” – Dingir (𒀭, usually transliterated DIĜIR,[1] Sumerian pronunciation: [tiŋiɾ]) is a Sumerian word for “god” or “goddess.” – Tribe of Dan – Djinn and Dan both correlate with giants (Nephilim) and serpent mythos – IRam-IRem/“IR-IN” translates to “Watcher” in Aramaic – Ubar/Ubaid Anunnaki culture –…

akhbār al-zamān: the nations created before adam

Djinn A Djinn (genii, ginn, jann, jinn, shayatin, shaytan) is in Arabic lore, a type of interfering spirit, often demonlike, but not equivalent to a Demon. As are the Greek Daimones, Djinn are self-propagating and can be either good or evil. They possess supernatural powers and can be conjured in magical rites to perform various tasks and…

eye of anu: berossus on the creation

Watcher (Aramaic עִיר ʿiyr, plural עִירִין ʿiyrin, [ʕiːr(iːn)]; Theodotian trans: ir; from the root of Heb. ʿer, “awake, watchful”. [1]Greek: ἐγρήγοροι, transl.: egrḗgoroi; “Watchers”, “those who are awake”; “guard”, “watcher”[2]) is a term used in connection with biblical angels.  Watcher occurs in both plural and singular forms in the Book of Daniel (4th–2nd century BC), where reference is made to their holiness. The apocryphal Books of Enoch (2nd–1st centuries BC) refer to…

ophiolatreia

CHAPTER IX via Sacred Texts Ophiolatreia in Britain—The Druids—Adders—Poem of Taliessin—The Goddess Ceridwen—A Bardic Poem—Snake Stones—The Anguinum—Execution of a Roman Knight—Remains of the Serpent-temple at Abury—Serpent vestiges in Ireland of great rarity—St. Patrick. It will probably be a matter of surprise to many, but it is a fact that even in Britain in ancient times…

my alchemical romance: demystifying blood magic

Yesterday was rough. I love my family, but the feeling of being out of place, or not like them, plagues me – sometimes a family dinner is the most isolating experience. I came back home last night and went to bed with a heavy heart. So when I woke up this morning and saw the…

water memory: the 9 worlds, norns, and urðarbrunnr

Woden – Water – Memory – 9 – Urd – Wyrd – Fate – Giants It always leads back to the water… “The Well of Urd corresponds to the past tense. It is the reservoir of completed or ongoing actions that nourish the tree and influence its growth. Yggdrasil, in turn, corresponds to the present…

mother of dragons

To those unfamiliar with the Dragon bloodlines, I can imagine that the articles found on this blog must be truly puzzling and may come off merely as whimsical fairytales based on pure mythology. Indeed, just a few years ago, I myself was puzzled as well when my ancestors presented me with information about the Serpent/Dragon…

await the stone

In 1904 Roerich painted the first of his paintings on religious themes. These mostly dealt with Russian saints and legends, and included Message to Tiron, Fiery Furnace, and The Last Angel, subjects that he returned to with numerous variants in later years. The Treasure of the Angels was described by one writer: “A host of…

key 969: junk DNA + regenerative genes

Harvard University uncovers DNA switch that controls genes for whole-body regeneration Original article by Sarah Napton for The Telegraph. The research was published in the journal Science. Humans may one day have the ability to regrow limbs after scientists at Harvard University uncovered the DNA switch that controls genes for whole-body regeneration. Some animals can achieve extraordinary…

you want it darker…

a million candles burning for the love that never came… nothing says “happy birth” quite like a fresh 14 gauge needle crucifying soft, tender flesh…sinking in slowly…stinging…ripping through like a steel knife through a not-so-finely aged steak…it feels like a red October… a crimson revolution spilling through…bleeding like my heart…bleeding like my soul. Pleasure and…

the omega stargate theory

Food for thought on the meanings of omega…   SUMERIAN AND EGYPTIAN OMEGAS In the next image we have two separate civilisations both showing knowledge of the Omega symbol as star gates and we compare the two. They both both incorporate the sacred feminine personification of a goddess. In Egypt she is Queen Qetesh. In…