The Fairy That Disappeared

Vinland Shore

Theodor_Kittelsen_Huldra_forsvant

Lately I’ve been feeling disenchanted; perhaps disconnected from the life I want to lead and too tied to the one I have to lead. We’re presented with a world of choice with no freedom; a world of security with no privacy. The birthrightto distinction of choices we never in reality made, but from which we must choose. No alternative; apparently failure to choose is not the same as choice.

I suppose it could be said that being aware of a discomfort can be the first step towards some sort of identification of the visual noise, like radio static buzzing constantly. Recognizing this nauseating dissonance, and associating it with society at large. The way a whole city resonates with a buzz like the deep wheezing breath of a dying beast. Struggling for air even as it’s lungs fill with blood despite an inevitable oblivion…

The world that’s been laid before us, the…

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Irrational Inquiry; Fear of Thirteen

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1024px-FriggSpinning Frigg foremost of the goddesses for whom Friday is named weaves the clouds.

Yesterday was Friday, and it also happened to be the 13th of the month of June. Some people were probably going well out of their way to avoid bad omens or circumstances. Indeed the number thirteen is an unlucky number according to many.Friday too being named unlucky for some people. This is of course in context with the Gregorian calendar introduced by Pope Gregory XIII (in which on average, there is a Friday the 13th once every 212.35 days) not very often anymore. Fear of Friday the 13th is known as friggatriskaidekaphobia (Frigga of course the Norse goddess whom Friday is named for in English and triskaidekaphobia the fear of the number 13).

In Judeo-Christian traditions it seems the number thirteen is almost universally avoided, twelve apostles of Jesus, twelve tribes of Israel. The former thought to be relative to the negative connotation…

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The spirit of European children

About Forests, Mountains and Rivers

First some background music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb-9HYhz0Wc

A few days ago my mother showed me a picture that I drew when I was about 7 years old (Now I am 21). On this picture I drew a horse and wrote “father” within it, because my father breeds horses like my grandfather and my great grandfather did before him. Further I drew a very large tree and wrote “mother” within it, I drew a flower and wrote the name of my little sister within it, I drew a bird and wrote my own name within it and I drew the sun and wrote “grandmother” within it.

Now, my mother only said, that she finds the picture very cute, but it made me also think about chrildren and how they feel, think and see the world. I was pretty much astonished by the picture, because it is really meaningful if you think about it…

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The Well of Wisdom: Essential Readings for the European

Without a clear and abundant foundation of knowledge it is impossible for one to truly attain wisdom in this world devoid of intellectual stimuli and filled with historical distortions and lies. In my years of study and research I have come across many valuable books and sources from the internet and from browsing through libraries. Of the ones that were particularly useful and informative, I have saved copies onto my computer and have had little use for them aside from my personal readings. So, after much research, in contribution to our Ôðalist and European community, I would like to share these documents with you so that you may do some learning yourself and to help spread this knowledge to others who otherwise would never know. Hereby, I have provided what I believe to be a compilation of high quality documents and readings that address many crucial aspects and topics that should be in every Europeans’ interest. 

http://www.mediafire.com/download/sdufmoy62d8ms65/The+Well+of+Wisdom+-+A+Guide+for+the+Conscious+European.zip