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Saturday, December 06, 2014

Mandalas, U.F.O.s and the Coming Ragnarok-Korangar



It is generally common knowledge now that the Germans during the 1930s and 1940s were actively engaged in the creation and perfection of an anti-gravity device that could be used to not only to transcend the known boundaries of space but also those of time. The appearance of saucer shaped craft over Germany and over other parts of the world after 1945 are testament to the fact that both the Americans and the Russians had obtained German scientific knowledge through the capture of scientists from the Third Reich. The technology was particularly developed by the Americans after the war and these manmade craft are the basis of most UFO sightings seen since then. We do not need to look for a fanciful extraterrestrial explanation when a more logical and terrestrial one will suffice!

However there is a deeper and spiritual dimension to this phenomena which is rarely explored. Carl Gustav Jung touches on this subject in his Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1961), a most interesting work which I unhesitatingly recommend to my readers. Dr Jung states:

"I refer to the worldwide rumours of Unidentified Flying Objects, of which we began to hear as early as 1945. The rumours are founded either upon visions or upon actual phenomena. The usual story about the U.F.O.s is that they are some kind of spacecraft coming from other planets or even from the fourth dimension.
"More than twenty years earlier (in 1918), in the due course of my investigations of collective unconscious, I discovered the presence of an apparently universal symbol of a similar type-the mandala symbol. To make sure of my case, I spent more than a decade amassing additional data, before announcing my discovery for the first time. The mandala is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of self. This circular image represents the wholeness of the psychic ground or, to put it in mythic terms, the divinity incarnate in man." (pages 366-367)

For Jung the manadala is "the simplest model of a concept of wholeness" but also it is "the likeness of the God-image".  There are many descriptions of the manifestation of U.F.O. like craft to be found in the religious works of man, including the Old Testament in Ezekiel chapter 1with the famous description of the wheels:

It is clear to me that on a spiritual level the manifestation of these strange phenomena is an indication of an internal conflict within the inner self of man. Some of these manifestations may be attributed to physical craft and some to spiritual visions but it is very difficult to distinguish between the two. As we rush to Ragnarok-Korangar these manifestations appear to be increasing and are on a certain level the heralds of the coming final conflict that must bring the Kali Yuga to a conclusion and for the new Golden Age to come, the Age of Widar, Woden reborn.

Apart from the mandala shape of the typical U.F.O. there is also the characteristic of its superior speed and ability to accelerate very quickly. This reminds me of a quotation from the Rig Veda:

"FLYING, with falcons, may your chariot, Asvins, most gracious, bringing friendly help, come hither,-
"Your chariot, swifter than the mind of mortal, fleet as the wind, three-seated O ye Mighty." (Hymn CVIII. Asvins, Griffith translation) 

There are many such references to the chariots of the Gods being able to travel faster than human thought in the Rig Veda. The Rig Veda is a collection of our most ancient sacred Aryan writings and a must read for those who follow this blog.  


5 comments:

AAB said...

If you're interested in the NAZI UFO experiments then you might want to check out a documentary on the topic (and on UFOs in general) by Nick Cook called 'UFOs: The Secret Evidence'. It's shown on Channel 4 (and More 4) in the UK every now and again. It's a good solid documentary which, amongst other things, some of the anti-gravitational experiments conducted by the Germans during WW2. Here it is on youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo1f3uQSo6Y

And while I'm confident that the German UFO experiments are verifiable, I'm not so sure that the Old Testament UFO stories are. The Old Testament is a collection of plagiarised Indo-European stories (e.g. the Epic of Gilgamesh = Noahs flood, Angels rebelling against God = Teutons/Giants rebelling against the Aesir/Olympians) so why quote them, especially as you are a follower of Odin and Adolf Hitler? White Nationalism and the Bible are mutually exclusive. Following one means rejecting the other. I've read the works of too many so-called White Nationalists who were un-willing to stop worshipping the dead jew on a stick; and concocoted the most bizarre beliefs (like Christian Identity/British-Israelism, Jesus was a Gaul not a Jew, etc) to they wouldn't have to give up on the Christ-addiction.

Sorry if this sounds a bit brash, particularly as this is my first comment on your blog, which is full of good source material, but using the Old Testament as evidence for UFOs doesn't make sense.

Steed said...

AAB - The Bible may be damaging to us as a whole, but that doesn't mean every account therein is false. As you said yourself, it is a plagiarism, therefore we must consider that the Bible may exclusively preserve certain snippets of Aryan-related and useful information.

Rayne said...

Don't forget the Vimana. And strange UFO looking shapes in the sky in old paintings.

Wotans Krieger said...

As Steed says there are some Aryan truths within the bible and I see no reason why it should not be used-with caution. I know that David Lane did so, the founder of Wotans Volk and likewise our leader and founder of the Woden's Folk Religion in England, Wulf Ingesunnu has also made use of the Book of Revelation.
As Rayne says there are some inexpliccable things to be found in mediaeval paintings.

AAB said...

@ Wotans Krieger,
that’s fair enough, many people relate to things, including mythology, that they’re familiar with. So it’s logical that certain people will be able to relate to texts from the Bible, which is common and well known in the West, better than they would be able to relate to the Rig Veda, which is un-common and not well known in the West. That’s fine and dandy. But it seems to me that an alternative to either referring to the Bible (which will strike a chord with many people, but perpetuate the Judeo-Christian view) or referring to the Rig Veda (which won’t strike a chord with many people) you could write something that hints at the plagiarised nature of the bible. Something like the following:

‘The prophecies in the Book of Revelations provide us with an indication of what the future holds for us; which for many people will be a troubling time, full of discord, suffering and anguish. Yet the original Indo-Aryan texts upon which these prophecies draw heavily tell us that these times will not last for ever. They tell us that the troubling times called the Kali Yuga (‘the Age of Vice’) will come to an end at the hand of the one known as ‘Kaliki’, who will destroy all evil and restore justice, truth and decency to the world.’

This way the reader is introduced to the different ideas, yet it is done in a way that is comfortable for them (because it doesn’t threaten to remove or destroy their existing belief system, which can cause trepidation for some):
- That the Bible is plagiarised.
- That the Torah, Bible and Koran are based on Indo-Aryan beliefs.
- That Indo-Aryan beliefs have a positive outlook (i.e. despite the temporary doom, joy will prevail).
- That you should go to the Indo-Aryan literature if you want to read the original, un-plagiarised metaphysical texts.

Granted this isn’t to do with UFO’s, but hopefully you get what I’m driving at.