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Ragnarok, Revelations of Sakyamuni

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posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 11:56 AM
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2,500 years ago, Buddhism was founded. After 2,500 years, the Maitreya Buddha prophecy is scheduled to come true.

Loki - pronounced low key. Silent and subtle. Low ki or chi and low key: temporarily low on ki and chi because a bodhissatva that got low emotionally to unlock and enlighten others. A low key to esoteric code. Loci: a plurality of centers of spirit energy, the center of animal spirit attention. Loki high on animal ki.

Loki tricks honeir or honor. He may take on prejudice. All his myths may be interpreted as symbolic of Loki's silent and subtle ways sending the wrong signals despite his good intentions.

Ragnarok - rage n/a r ok. rag n/a r ok. Rage or Rag like bandana not applicable, are ok (on armageddon).

The viking soldiers guard the ice caps, as if from an end times that may prevent global warming disaster.

The last of the 7 Churches of Revelation, Laodicea, describes a people neither hot nor cold cold nor hot only lukewarm. Rearranged, the letters of laodicea spell alaod ice: pronounced allowed ice. Fluctuating temperature extremes seem a pun on global warming, Laodicea allowed ice without protecting it from temperature extremes. This could mean global warming is real, and solved. "God" promised the planet doesn't flood again after the Genesis epic of Noah's ark. Global warming solved no thanks to Laodicea.

The 7 Churches are in Asia, most famous continent for mysticism. Their names seem to contain esoteric symbolism:

Ephesus - pronounced F is Us. They have foresaken the love they had at first. Love before conditioning is unconditional love. They are to my mind advised to return to unconditional love by consciously releasing every emotion except love.
Smyrna - pronounced Smeer N/A or Smeer not applicable, the text describes they are smeered and it isn't applicable.
Pergamos / Pergamum - a two named church threatened with a double edged sword. Respelled, Pergamos is so Pr game. Pergamum is um Pr game. The double edged sword of social instinct.
Thyatira- a Thyatir if the a is pulled back is pronounced a Theater. Hollywood involvement in Armageddon.

the 28 morning star atop
29 or P2 immediately foreshadows
Sardis - begins Chapter 3 ends Verse 6, a church of 666 symbolism. Sardis is pronounced Sour Dis, Dis is the Greco-Roman god of death and Hades.

Philadelphia - Rearranged the letters spell id a help Phail. ID a help fail. di pa hel Phail. Die, pay, hell fails.




posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 12:44 PM
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a reply to: Kiblah



Etymology and playing around with words is fun, but I think what you really need to do is research the root words that they come from and use that as a point to start exploring from, rather than just playing with how they sound in modern English. Should keep you busy, might be fun too



posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 04:36 PM
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a reply to: Kiblah

Funny thing about Ragnarök, is that the only recordings we have of that myth is very late in the Northern Germanic (aka Scandinavian) mythic cycle. Well after the Pagan Scandinavians had meet with Christians. Which implies that the interpretation we see, is somewhat skewed from the other Indo-European mythic Cylces. So similarities to Revelations are not shocking.

Its all cyclic in Indo-European Myth. So at the end of Ragnarök a new world is born. You see this in other IE cultures, (for example there are several Ragnarök equivalents in Irish myth, two being the battles of Cath Maige Tuired).

As skalla has mentioned, you need to actually do etymological analysis of non english words. Good news, this word comes from a related (fellow Indo-European language family) language. Bad news, its not a good one to try and play "sounds like" with. Here is a good source for you to try and read.



posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 11:10 PM
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a reply to: Kiblah

First, Old Norse is not related to Chinese. And I'm even less sure why you think they're connected to English (low key?!) a language that did not exist when Norse did?



All his myths may be interpreted as symbolic of Loki's silent and subtle ways sending the wrong signals despite his good intentions.

Loki was a trickster and he caused mischief for his own entertainment.



Ragnarok - rage n/a r ok. rag n/a r ok. Rage or Rag like bandana not applicable, are ok (on armageddon).

It actually means doom of the gods. Also there's no e in it.



The viking soldiers guard the ice caps, as if from an end times that may prevent global warming disaster.

Actually we prefer the arable parts of Scandinavia.


The church part... no comment



posted on Dec, 18 2017 @ 01:22 PM
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a reply to: Ridhya

The problem here is many people (not just the OP) think that if a work looks and sounds the same, no matter the language, it must be. Etyomology is a tricksy thing for them then
Even the English (it must contain rage there for ....) sounds like game fails, and Old Norse and English are on the same branch of the IE language tree (are Germanic languages).


Loki can also be seen as a fire deity on top of his trickster behavior. Only recently (relatively as in post Christianity) has he been so demonized.



posted on Dec, 20 2017 @ 04:56 PM
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quote: Loki was a trickster and he caused mischief for his own entertainment.

I disagree. As an exploration of how Loki is misunderstood, the Death of Balder explained as a poem to Loki the Muslim jihadist:

All things are made to promise not to harm Balder except mistletoe, which Loki has Hod throw at Balder.

Mistletoe is used during Christmas to incite kissing. A Christmas kiss is an embrace into Christianity. The balder itself is the boulder of paganism, the false idol Christianity and Islam forbid worshipping. Everything is sworn not to harm Balder while paganism survives. On Ragnarok, the "death of the gods" occurs when Loki induces the transcendence of paganism.

Hod is whom Loki delivers mistletoe through. Within Kaballah, Jewish mysticism, Hod is the sphere of deep thinking. Loki embraces the gods into Christianity by inviting them to think deeply.



posted on Dec, 25 2017 @ 06:28 PM
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a reply to: Kiblah

Except good old Ragnarok is the beginning of the next cycle and not the end of all that is.

Mistletoe has different connotations in the Indo-European myths. It's seen as Magical. As evidenced by the reports that Druids harvested it from Oaks. Even if that is apocrqhyl ( as I believe) it is probably based on some lore by Caeser



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