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Re: Rule of Seven
#45: July 26, 2020, 10:47:47 PM
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What if all the gods and supreme deities, ancient forces and powers that ever existed are just aspects of one truly all knowing, powerful and eternal energy.

Unos pro omnibus!

If jotun derives from ettin / etunaz that points to some nature of devourment.

From Middle English eten, etend, from Old English eoten (“giant, monster, enemy”), from Proto-Germanic *etunaz (“giant, glutton”), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ed- (“to eat”).

Some jotnar are described as monstrous and others (or their daughters) as beautiful.

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Order Versus Chaos, Not Good Versus Evil

Although the Jötnar is one of the three major supernatural clans in Norse mythology, the Aesir and the Vanir coexisted peacefully together while frequently clashing with the Jötnar. At the same time, many Aesir and Vanir also befriended and married jotünn beings. Scholars who have studied Scandinavian texts such as the Poetic Edda emphasize that battles between the Jötnar and the other two clans should not be viewed through the typical moral binarism of “good versus evil.”
Writing for Norse Mythology for Smart People, author Daniel McCoy clarifies that ancient Norse peoples may have seen the Jötnar as mighty devourers, exemplars of destruction, entropy, and decay, who continually attempt to return the world to a state of chaos. The Jötnar were also an integral part of existence itself, representing the principle of chaos coexisting with order in a careful balance to maintain the universe

It seems less like 'order versus chaos' and more like a war between ideologies. One group wants to exist and follow the order that Creator has made while the other believes it can exist and even thrive independently from Creator's creative energy and create their own universes with their own laws and order.

Think of what happened in LOTR. How did the first 'dark lord' came into being? He was a 'child of Creator' just like all the other original gods and yet he was the only one who thought his ideas were his own and not Creator's.
This lead him to try and rebel against Creator and its order. Creator had its own music his 'obedient' children followed (think classical music for a simple example) and Melkor tried to create his own (think rap and bass heavy tunes).

Creator's music was 'high frequency' and Melkor's was 'low frequency' (to simplify things). Melkor, like all other 'Satanic' practitioners derive their 'power' from reversing the natural order of things, thinking this creates some form of 'chaos' but really its still order (just of another kind, to play the Devil's advocate).

They think their power is 'theirs' but really its Creator's (even if remotely). All they did was reverse it and call it their own.

The 'flower of life' is supposed to be a 'template' in which all things that exist fit inside. How could any force or 'Satanic power' actually believe they can exist independently of Creator's creative power if nothing can exist without it (including they themselves)? Now that I am genuinely curious about.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#46: July 26, 2020, 10:52:47 PM
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Loki aids both Aesir and his own Jotnar depending on the tale. There may be few surviving stories containing human consumption but if Loki supports the Jotnar at all, he must support le festin.

Especially during Ragnarök when Loki’s own children devour the sun / world, Loki breaks free from his chains and captains the Jotnar’s efforts to return the world to “primordial chaos.”

Sounds like Ahriman and his chaotic offspring or Tiamat and her monsters. The Norse account of the world made from the Frost-Jotun Ymir’s split corpse also mirrors the Babylonian account of the world made from Tiamat’s split corpse.

This just reminded me of how Loki is considered the father of Hela (Goddess of Death). Where did this notion come from?
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Re: Rule of Seven
#47: July 27, 2020, 12:57:04 AM
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Loki aids both Aesir and his own Jotnar depending on the tale. There may be few surviving stories containing human consumption but if Loki supports the Jotnar at all, he must support le festin.

Especially during Ragnarök when Loki’s own children devour the sun / world, Loki breaks free from his chains and captains the Jotnar’s efforts to return the world to “primordial chaos.”

Sounds like Ahriman and his chaotic offspring or Tiamat and her monsters. The Norse account of the world made from the Frost-Jotun Ymir’s split corpse also mirrors the Babylonian account of the world made from Tiamat’s split corpse.

This just reminded me of how Loki is considered the father of Hela (Goddess of Death). Where did this notion come from?

No idea she's commonly acknowledged as the lilith of the norse.. Odin's first daughter and child cast out for unyielding ambition.
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Rule of Seven
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Re: Rule of Seven
#49: July 27, 2020, 03:21:52 PM
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Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#50: July 28, 2020, 09:27:32 AM
hmmm

the spirit can be felt  heard, smelt,  tasted and seen

the story of the 5 monks who found an elephant but different parts of it and described the elephant differently not able yo really identify the whole.
we speculated before about the 6th sense which i think is the mind that brings the senses together and thinks too.

but whqt then is thd seventh sense?

so using these analogies then we not only observe different aspects of the same deity but also with our different senses.

and to recap what has been said: all these deities also come from the same origin i.e. creator.

so i have been brought up a monotheist but i of course came to this realization at an early age on my own.

was i just rationalizing my monotheism?

or did i get cosmically lucky to be brought up and discovrr a universal truth so easily?

just kidding i dont think there is a case for a case for universal polytheism that does not root down to one source some how that i would buy.


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Re: Rule of Seven
#51: July 28, 2020, 04:31:49 PM
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hmmm

the spirit can be felt  heard, smelt,  tasted and seen

the story of the 5 monks who found an elephant but different parts of it and described the elephant differently not able yo really identify the whole.
we speculated before about the 6th sense which i think is the mind that brings the senses together and thinks too.

but whqt then is thd seventh sense?

so using these analogies then we not only observe different aspects of the same deity but also with our different senses.

and to recap what has been said: all these deities also come from the same origin i.e. creator.

so i have been brought up a monotheist but i of course came to this realization at an early age on my own.

was i just rationalizing my monotheism?

or did i get cosmically lucky to be brought up and discovrr a universal truth so easily?

just kidding i dont think there is a case for a case for universal polytheism that does not root down to one source some how that i would buy.

The sixth sense is your locus of attention, and the seventh sense is what people often refer to as the sixth sense; your third eye.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#52: July 28, 2020, 06:39:57 PM
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hmmm

the spirit can be felt  heard, smelt,  tasted and seen

the story of the 5 monks who found an elephant but different parts of it and described the elephant differently not able yo really identify the whole.
we speculated before about the 6th sense which i think is the mind that brings the senses together and thinks too.

but whqt then is thd seventh sense?

so using these analogies then we not only observe different aspects of the same deity but also with our different senses.

and to recap what has been said: all these deities also come from the same origin i.e. creator.

so i have been brought up a monotheist but i of course came to this realization at an early age on my own.

was i just rationalizing my monotheism?

or did i get cosmically lucky to be brought up and discovrr a universal truth so easily?

just kidding i dont think there is a case for a case for universal polytheism that does not root down to one source some how that i would buy.

The sixth sense is your locus of attention, and the seventh sense is what people often refer to as the sixth sense; your third eye.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#54: October 07, 2020, 01:10:00 PM
The elephant in the room but why an elephant? Why is that the symbol of many things including but not limited to the Republican party and Ganesh? A few posts in the original cult of Saturn threads on /x/ tried to say that Ganesh and Cthulhu are essentially one and the same, two aspects of the same force but one that caters more to humans than those who preceded it.

How accurate is that?
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Re: Rule of Seven
#55: October 08, 2020, 01:04:48 AM
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The elephant in the room but why an elephant? Why is that the symbol of many things including but not limited to the Republican party and Ganesh? A few posts in the original cult of Saturn threads on /x/ tried to say that Ganesh and Cthulhu are essentially one and the same, two aspects of the same force but one that caters more to humans than those who preceded it.

How accurate is that?

What 2018 study regarding the origins of a strange creature peer reviewed than buried
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#57: October 10, 2020, 04:04:29 PM
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#58: October 12, 2020, 11:09:23 PM
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