jeudi 16 octobre 2014


HYPERBOREA )))))))))))))) by Ron McVan
"We must repeat again: in prehistoric times there existed a great civilization; a Nordic Aryan world which was one of the most direct inheritors of the spirit of the Hyperborean Continent where existed a magical science of Love and the Will to Power was projected onto the entire universe, and to the farthest galaxies. The Visigoths, the Merovingians were the decayed vestiges of that world of the giants. Heroic Nordic and Germanic legends like the "Edda" and the "Song of the Nibelungs", however, keep the memory of this in the Myths and Legends. They need to be interpreted. We know that the Valkyrie, deformed by Wagner and the Romantics, is an invisible being; she is a mental woman. The inner Lilith, the warrior's astral companion who rides by his side, "in his thoughts", as Parsifal recommended, during the combat to conquer the Grail, in his death and transfiguration. She is the inner Beloved, who shall vou chafe to the Hero Eternal Life in the Walhalla, who shall give him the Grail, to the dead and resurrected Hero. It is a road of initiation. The Christianized legend of the Grail ignored the Valkyrie as well as the Tarnkappe, the cloak which makes Siegfried invisible. When he covers himself with it, or when he "goes into it", he sees and hears but no one can see and hear him and his power grows to that of twelve men."
.................Don Miguel Serrano
“Yet when night was come the Dead again approached with lamentable mien and said: "There is yet one matter we forgot to mention. Teach us about man!" Man is a gateway, through which from the outer world of gods, daemons, and souls ye pass into the inner world; out of the greater into the smaller world. Small and transitory is man. Already is he behind you, and once again ye find yourselves in endless space, in the smaller one or innermost infinity. At immeasurable distance standeth one single Star in the zenith. This is the one god of this one man. This is his world, his pleroma, his divinity. In this world is man Abraxas, the creator and destroyer of his own world. This is the god and the goal of man. This is his one guiding god. In him goeth man to his rest. Toward him goeth the long journey of the soul after death. In him shineth forth as light all that man bringeth back from the greater world. To this one god man shall pray. Prayer increaseth the light of the Star. It casteth a bridge over death. It prepareth life for the smaller world and assuageth the hopeless desires of the greater. When the greater world waxeth cold, burneth the Star. Between man and his one god there standeth nothing, so long as man can turn away his eyes from the flaming spectacle of Abraxas. Man here, god there. Weakness and nothingness here, there eternally creative power. Here nothing but darkness and chilling moisture. There wholly Sun. Whereupon the Dead were silent and ascended like the smoke above the herdsman's fire, who through the night kept watch over his flock.”
.........Philemon, through the gateway C.G. Jung, (Summer 1916)
The genetic memory of man, with all its myths, cosmologies, legends, and traditions, seems to get lost in the Primary Epoch, where sometime before the downfall of the carbon moon is to be found the traditional "beginning of all things". Here seems to be the starting point of all human tradition, which began in that instant when man first grew conscious of his specific essence, as a type of being able to preserve his memories. Among the oldest tales of the ancient Greeks we find are those which describe the land of the Hyperboreans. These accounts of distant memories tell us that the sea on their coast was 'passable neither by ship nor foot' (Pindar Pytheas 10:42). The 'Hyperborean ocean' was also known as the pepygia thalatta, okeanos pepegos, mare amalchium, mare concretum, all of which mean thick, viscous, or muddy sea. It is also called aestuarium = sand banks, mare piger = lazy sea, or the mare mortuum, okeanos nekron, marimarusa (in Celtic), all of which mean 'sea of the dead' - this last perhaps, says author Jurgen Spanuth, is a memory of the many who lost their lives in the terrible flood of 1220 B.C.E. The Norse Poetic Edda describes the last great catastrophy thusly: "Mountains dash together, Heroes go the way of Hel, and heaven is rent in twain.... The sun grows dark, The earth sinks into the sea, The bright stars from heaven vanish; Fire rages, Heat blazes, And high flames play, 'Against heaven itself."
The divine god Apollo (A-Pole) has always been a solar deity, god of both light and knowledge. Apollo was most loved and most popular of all the Olympian gods just as Baldur, also a solar deity, was most favored of the Teutonic Norse pantheon. Apollo, surprisingly to many, was a god of the Hyperboreans as Hyperborea was the place of his origin. He would later migrate to Greece and build his Temple at Delphi. The ancient Greeks like all Aryan tribes originally migrated from the north, so they had their Hyperborean as well as their Southern Apollo. Thus nearly all the gods of Egypt, Greece, Troy, and Phoenicia, as well as those of other pantheons, are of a northern origin. The Celtic Druids also worshiped Apollo. Apollo was known to return to Hyperborea every 19 years in order to become young again. The 19 year cycle, which brings the revolutions of the moon back into step with those of the Sun, was a Babylonian discovery of about 500 B.C. which passed from them to the Greeks. The Aryan Gods of Hyperborea who ruled the entire world, it is believed, originally migrated here from other stars most likely from the realm of the Pleiades. Pherecydes states that the Hyperborean’s were of the race of the Titans, which race descended from the earliest giants, and that it was that Hyperborean region which was the birth-place of the first giants. The Commentaries on the sacred books explain that the said region was of the far north, the polar lands now, the pre-Lemurian earliest continent, embracing once upon a time the present Greenland, Spitzbergen, Sweden, Norway, etc. Who were the Titans? The Orphics prayed to them: "Children of the Heavens and the Earth, Titans crowned with glory, Fathers remote, who lived in dark Tartarus, Ye are the springs of life and the sources of all suffering creatures." Plutarch wrote that Cronus, ruler of the Golden Age, was deposed by Jupiter (Zeus) and imprisoned in Britain; Diodorus Siculus described the "Arrow of Apollo," which destroyed the Hyperborean’s in their Land of the Blest. Celtic bards and Norse scalds sang of the same war in the skies with titanic blasts and the weary gods retreating to the stars leaving the shattered Earth for man to build again. The North Sea of the Hyperboreans was still called the Coronian Sea by many ancient authors. Ptolemy called the Hyperborean Ocean the "Sea of the Dead."
"When the floods were gone, in a great cleft and full of the earth, there was found the carcass of a man of the length of thirty and three cubits or nearly fifty feet. Divine kings descended to teach the arts of civilization to Hyperborea, the circumpolar continent. Down the centuries people must have migrated southwards to inhabit that sunny peninsula jutting out in the Middle Sea; many were giants."
............Lucius Flaccus (during the Cretan Wars)
The Norse myths are considered to be coded sacred knowledge of Hyperborean origins. As the first battle ground between humans and gods, Ultima Thule is identified as the Teutonic Garden of Eden. (The Golden Age) It also parallels the story of Babylon where mankind lost its connection to the godhead. (The word Thule is pronounced too-lee in German although English dictionaries allow you to say thoo-lee as well.) Hyperboria is positioned as being outside of this dimension. Thule, being in the center, is positioned as the source of all life on Earth. In Greek mythology, Pythagoras was taught sacred geometry by Apollo, a god of Hyperborea. In Pythagorean teachings, the Earth itself geometrically unfolds from the void in the center. This void has been recognized by many ancient groups, including the Sumerians, as the Black Sun. And so we find that Thule in this sense is synonymous with the Black Sun.
"Not even the most recent scientific discoveries....which teach us how we live, and move, and have our being in the sun, how we burn it, how we breathe it, how we feed on it----give us any idea of what this source of light and life, this silent traveler, this majestic ruler, this departing friend or dying hero, in his daily or yearly course, was to the awakening consciousness of mankind. People wonder why so much of the old mythology, the daily talk, of the Aryans, was solar:----what else could it have been?” ................Friedrich Max Muller
The solar orb, like the nature of man, was divided by the ancient sages into three separate bodies. According to the mystics, there are three suns in each solar system, analogous to the three centers of life in each individual constitution. These are called Three Lights: the spiritual sun, the intellectual or solar sun, and the material sun. The spiritual sun manifests the power of God the Father; the solar sun radiates the life of God the Son; and the material sun is the vehicle of manifestation for God the Holy Spirit. Man's nature was divided by the mystics into three distinct parts: spirit, soul, and body. His physical body was unfolded and vitalized by the material sun; his spiritual nature was illuminated by the spiritual sun; and his intellectual nature was redeemed by the true light of grace---the solar sun. In a rare treatise, "The Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians", Franz Hartmann defines the sun alchemically as: "The symbol of Wisdom. The Center of Power or Heart of things. The Sun is a center of energy and storehouse of power. Each living being contains within itself a center of life, which may grow to be a Sun. In the heart of the regenerated, the divine power, stimulated by the Light of the Logos, grows into a Sun which illuminates his mind." Hartmann also goes further to say: "The terrestrial sun is the image or reflection of the invisible celestial sun; the former is in the realm of Spirit what the latter is in the realm of Matter; but the latter receives its power from the former." The high gods of man serve as 'mediators' to the All High God of the universe. Man communes to the All High God through the lesser divinities (gods) that serve as mediators. Jesus Christ is the mediator of the Christians which is why they state in the Christian Bible, "No man cometh to the Father, but by me." Jesus is their personal mediator.
"At the "First time" is the seeding---the reality. Over time, comes deep protection---the mythology. Thus are the portals of time sealed shut. The mouth is closed. The voice is silent. Post gestation, comes the quickening---the decoding. At the "Last time" then the flowering---the application. Thus are the portals of time flung wide. The mouth is opened. The word is spoken, Ankh akhu." ...........Thoth Hermes
In a very remote area, as the legends of Tiahuanaco state, when they refer to Mama-kocha, Orejona, Kon -tiki, Virakocha and others. All of them demonstrate that they came from Thule, (the capital city of Hyperborea) the original fatherland of the Toltecs and Mayas and the predecessors of the Incas. That is to say, the original fatherland of polar initiation which took place only there. The continent of Hyperborea was located in a transboreal zone. Hyperborea means, "beyond the god Boreas", beyond cold and storm, beyond the north wind. The climate in the time of the Hyperborean’s was known to be quite mild and good for harvests. It was said that their land was a land of eternal Spring, free from disease, old age and death; their land was inaccessible by land or sea but was frequently visited by the gods. One must remember that the asteroid that slammed into the Sargasso sea that sunk Atlantis also caused a sudden ice age, now dated by geologists at about 10,000 B.C.E. The climate changed so suddenly that it trapped many Woolly Mammoths in the ice freezing over what was previously a warm almost tropical climate.
"What I am now about to say I consider to be of the greatest importance for all things "that breathe and move upon the earth"....but above all others it is of importance to myself. For I am a follower of King Helios. And of this fact I possess within me, known to myself alone, proofs more certain than I can give. But this, least, I am permitted to say without sacrilege, that from my childhood an extraordinary longing for the rays of the god penetrated deep into my soul."
....................Julian Emperor of Rome
To the ancients the northern realms of Hyperborea seemed to always be bathed in light. Could this be the reason why so many people thought of it as the abode of the gods, the holy land? Europe on the other hand was known to be just the opposite. The word, "Europa," according to Hesychios, means "the Land of the Sunset," "the Twilight Land," "the Dark Land." Some residual memories still remain of the shimmering light of Hyperborea in the far north. There is a reference in the Edda to the "light" and "black" spirits that lived beyond the world of man. Even Herodotus has some strange tales to tell of the Hyperborean’s, the people beyond the north winds. In Hyperborea, women magicians were not uncommon, especially those born fifth in a family. The number 5 is a polar number; it is the number of Hyperborea. The Hyperborean’s were known as a people who traded in amber with the ancient Greeks. Ancient mythology has it that Hercules presented the olive to Greece which he had obtained in his travels to Hyperborea.Pliny described the Hyperboreans thusly: "For six months together they have one entire day, and night as long....the country is...of blissful and pleasant temperature... their habitations be in woods and groves, where they worship the gods... no discord know they; no sickness... they never die, but when they have lived long enough: for when the aged men have made good cheer, and anointed their bodies with sweet ointments, they leap from off a certain rock into the the nights [they] lie close shut up within caves...."
Diodorus discussing upon the subject of astronomy, declared that: "Atlas discovered the spherical nature of the stars," and perfected the science of astrology... and it was for this reason that the idea was held that the entire heavens were supported upon the shoulders of Atlas, the myth darkly hinting in this way at his discovery and description of the sphere."
"The White Gods are the Tuathas de Danaan of Icelantic sagas, the Hyperborean’s of Thule, the Oses, or Ases of the Caucasus in mythical Asgard, the hosts of Wotan or Odin; they are the Hohuen of the Selknam legend of Tierra del Fuego, the Magiis Jon of the South. Apollo is Abraxas, Shiva, and the god Quenos, as well; or he might be Quanyip of the mythology of the Onas. Thule is also the "White Isle which lies in the heavens", which the Selknam speak of, and Admiral Byrd's,"Heavenly City". ...............Don Miguel Serrano
In the book titled "Atlantis of the North" by Jurgen Spanuth he makes a very good point that the shrine of the Hyperborean’s cannot be rightly identified as Stonehenge, as is often done. For the account says explicitly that the temple stands in the land of the Hyperborean’s, that the Hyperborean’s live there, and that from there the Hyperborean Abaris came to Greece. The land of the Hyperboreans is not England but the Cimbrian peninsula or, as it is called today, Jutland. The earliest extant accounts of the Hyperborean land connect it with the amber river Eridanus, with Apollo, and with Phaethon, who fell into the mouth of the Eridanus. It is also reported in early accounts that on the coast of the land of the Hyperboreans stretched a sea of mud. The 'holy island of Electris', which the Greek authors also called 'Helixoia', lay at the mouth of the Eridanus. Pliny said explicitly that the ninth circle goes 'across the Hyperboreana and Britain, with a seventeen-hour day' So Pliny distinguished between Britain and the land of the Hyperborean’s, as did Pomponius Mela. In light of the afformentioned many English scholars still propose that Stonehenge is the Temple of the Hyperborean’s. Diodorus Siculus described an account of this by Hecataeus (about 500 B.C.E.) "In the regions beyond the land of the Celts there lies in the ocean an island no smaller than Sicily. This island, the account continues, is situated in the North and is inhabited by the Hyperborean’s, who are called by that name because they are beyond the point where the north wind (Boreas) blows; and the island is both fertile and productive of every crop, and since it has an unusually temperate climate, it produces two harvests each year. Moreover the following legend is told concerning it: Leto was born on this island, and for that reason Apollo is honored among them above all other gods; and the inhabitants are looked upon as priests of Apollo, after a manner, since daily they praise this god continuously in song and honor him exceedingly. And there is also on the island both a magnificent sacred precinct of Apollo and a notable temple which is adorned with many votive offerings and is built after the pattern of the spheres. Furthermore, a city is there which is sacred to this god, and the majority of its inhabitants are players on the cithara; and these continually play on this instrument in the temple and sing hymns of praise to the god, glorifying his deeds. The Hyperboreans also have a language, we are informed, which is peculiar to them, and are most amiably disposed towards the Greeks, and especially towards the Athenians and the Delians, who have inherited this goodwill from most ancient times. The myth also relates that certain Greeks visited the Hyperborean’s and left behind them there costly votive offerings bearing inscriptions in Greek letters. And in the same way Abaris, a Hyperborean, came to Greece in ancient times and renewed the goodwill and friendship of his people towards the Delians. They say also that the moon, as viewed from this island, appears to be but a little distance from the earth, and to have upon it prominences, like those of the earth, which are visible to the eye. The account is also that the god visits the island every nineteen years, the period in which the return of the stars to the same place in the heavens is accomplished; and for this reason the nineteen-year period is called by the Greeks 'the year of Meton'. "
We may never know if Stonehenge was the actual Temple of the Hyperboreans. Legend states, there existed in far distant times a great circular sanctuary, into which singing swans sometimes entered to give praise to the deity. This sounds like a very poetic, but quite unreal fairy story. Yet pre-historians and geographers alike are of the opinion that this circular sanctuary is the ancient Celtic Temple of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, where great religious festivals were held at the summer solstice. In the view of these scholars the singing swans, which, according to Greek documents, did homage to their god 'like feathered choristers', are themselves a sign of the authenticity of the ancient legend. For the singing swan, the Cygnus cygnus or Cygnus musicus, is to be found in Northern Europe and especially in England, whereas it is unknown in central and southern Europe. Brehm has given a detailed description of this now rare bird. "Its voice sounds like a silver bell", he says at one point. And elsewhere: "When they rise up into the air in small flocks their melancholy voices sound like distant trumpets.... At one moment the listener compares their singing call to the notes of a bell, at the next to those of some wind instrument; but it is not the same as either, surpassing both for the very same reason that it issues from a living creature and is more akin to our own voices than to the sounds of inert metal. This strange singing makes a real fact of the legend of the swan-song, which is regarded as fiction..."Possibly the singing swan was sacred to the Celtic god Borvon, the deity of Stonehenge, and protected at the ancient cult places of the Celts. There is a fragment of a hymn by the Greek lyric poet Alcaeus (about 600 B.C.E.), in which he sang of the journey of the god Apollo to the land of the Hyperboreans; "O King Apollo, son of great Zeus, whom thy father did furnish forth at thy birth with golden headband and lyre of shell, and giving thee moreover a swan-drawn chariot to drive, would have thee go to Delphi... But nevertheless, once mounted, thou badest thy swans fly to the land of the Hyperborean’s."
To know ones heritage and our most ancient ancestors is to know that a divine wind of the virile gods will always be blowing behind the adventuresome sails of your ethnic tribes, pushing them ever forward to the future and unfathomable challenging vastness of this world and its extended universe. Do Right And Fear No One! That vital spark never dies! Within our blood flows the strength and steadfast determination of our forebears which forges the intrepid invincibility of our heroic iron will!
"Myth is not imagination, airy fiction from long-forgotten yesterdays, but oral
tradition, dim memory of events in far antiquity with immense impression on
people's minds; each muted testament bequeathed down so many generations far transcends stone monuments, preserving living proof of memorable happenings in the history of man." ...........W. Raymond Drake

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