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Inguz is that potential energy that must accumulate gradually in storage before being released as a single surge of energy. It represents the process of a mental ‘seed’ desire implanted by the conscious mind into the subconscious for incubation and gestation, later to emerge as a new creation in your life affairs. Inguz governs the process of seed into catalyst, and the self-sacrifice of one form to bring into being a new form, and the characteristics inherited because of this transformation.
Thus, Inguz contains within its lore the true meaning of sacrifice. Such sacrifice occurs when one form is called upon to die so that a newly evolved form may begin to grow. This is one of the cornerstone concepts in what is known as the ‘male mysteries’. To die for something, such as a cause or an ideal such as freedom, a universal theme in warrior traditions, is thus connected to the energies of Inguz.
Hel is the queen of the underworld in Norse mythology. Described as half human and half corpse or half flesh colour/half blue, she rules over the dead that come to her realm of the dead located in Niflheim (the World of Mist where all life originates and one of the nine worlds in Norse cosmology). Parallels have been drawn to The Hindu goddess Kali. I don’t see Hel as evil, which Hollywood might have you believe. Instead I see her as connecting us to the shadow realm of our own subconscious and personifying the duality that exists within us of light and shadow.
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Way of Yggdrasil - As a follower of our ancestral path I feel that my connection to the gods is the strongest when I am in my natural environment, nature. This is something rooted deep within us and we must not forget that it was nature that provided humanity with everything needed for tens of thousands of years. Our modern homes have only existed for a blink of an eye in the long history of humankind and is the unnatural habitat that we have adapted to, but they are our homes nonetheless and I dont expect it to change in the near future. The more solid concrete and unnecessary noise of vast construction surrounds you, the dimmer the connection, which is why I highly recommend you from time to time to seek out the silence and peacefulness of the highlands, mountains, woods and rivers. I urge you to do this for yourself, your physical health, mental health and overall well-being. It will increase the quality of your life substantially.
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Talking to people at medieval or viking markets inspires me every time. There are so many creative and unique minds out there and I am so thankful to have them around me. One I‘ve just met last weekend. Henk recreates axes. His models are grave findings from the viking age. So if you do reenactment he is just the right man for you. Thank you for this amazing talk.
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The Urnes-style, named after the famous Urnes stave Church in Sognefjord, Norway, represents the last phase of development and expansion of Viking art. This particular style evolved from the previous Ringerike style from the first half of the eleventh century onward. A fluted silver bowl found in the Lilla Valla hoard is usually considered one of the most effective examples of this stylistic switch. It’s also important to take into account that the Urnes style reached its peak during the diffusion of Christianity in Scandinavia, thus gaining momentum from it, having been used for the decoration of stave churches, croziers and religious motifs. The main element at the centre of the Urnes style is the Great Beast, as represented in this particular screenprinted design. The Great Beast is always surrounded by ribbon-like animals, each one biting each other in a constant flow and loop. The style can be admired far and wide in the Scandinavian and late Viking world: from the famous silver brooch of Lindholm Høje and the reconstructed panels of the Moesgård Museum church, both in Denmark, to the openwork Icelandic brooch from Tröllaskógur, from the woodworks on the Hørning stave church to Swedish runestones and even over the sea, on the famous Cross of Cong, Co. Mayo, Ireland, in what is now known as Irish-Urnes style.
Our screenprinted design, a readaptation of the Urnes church portal masterpiece, revolves around the central figure, which is a slender version of a walking quadruped or Great Beast, which bites the body of other ribbon-shaped animals in a combat motif. The foliate tails of the snake-like ribbon animals have been interpreted by many as a representation of the Norse Yggdrasil or the Christian Tree of Life.
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