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An Esoteric Commentary on the Volsung Saga, Part X:
The Deaths of Sinfjotli & Sigmund

2,519 words

Part I here, Part IX here, Part XI here

Chapter 10. The Death of Sinfjotli

In our last two installments, we explored the fascinating digression – the “saga within the saga” – that is the story of Helgi. Read more …

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Masterpieces of Aryan Music 1
Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen

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Richard Wagner (1813-1883) was the most influential composer of the nineteenth century and one of the most influential composers in the history of Western art music. Read more …

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Longfellow’s Scandinavian Influences

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For a long time, the tales of Norse voyages to North America described in the Saga of Erik the Red and the Saga of the Greenlanders were thought to be legends. It was not until the nineteenth century that historians and archaeologists began to investigate the subject of Pre-Columbian Norse exploration in earnest. The first to do so was the Danish historian Carl Christian Rafn, whose Antiquitates Americanæ (published in 1837) sought to ascertain the location of Vinland. Read more …

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The Struggle for Life in the Prose Edda

Friedrich Wilhelm Heine, The Ash Yggdrasil, 1886

1,480 words

Snorri Sturluson
Translated by Jesse L. Byock
The Prose Edda 
London: Penguin, 2005

There is always an air of mystery surrounding the most ancient religious texts. The great bulk were gradually developed through oral traditions, passed down, and then evolved from generation to generation. We typically know little or nothing about their authors, whether the Brahmins who composed the Upanishads or the Greeks’ notoriously elusive “Homer.” Read more …

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L’homme manquant dans la cosmogonie nordique

The dismemberment of Ymir, by Lorenz Frølich (1820-1908)

3,958 words

1. Introduction

En comparant un grand nombre de mythes indo-européens, et en utilisant des indications linguistiques, Bruce Lincoln a reconstruit ce qu’il pense être le mythe de création proto-indo-européen. Celui-ci implique deux frères, l’un étant un prêtre nommé *Manu (Homme), l’autre un roi nommé *Yemo (Jumeau), qui voyagent ensemble et accompagnés par un bœuf. Read more …

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