posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 03:59 AM
From the Viking myth Eddan we get the "Voluspa prophecy" which is closely tied to this thread´s predictions about a frequency raise:
36. From the east there pours | through poisoned vales
With swords and daggers | the river Slith.
About the name "Slith" or "Slidr" in original language from verse 36, I find the wording very interesting. If one looks at that word "Slidr" it
first looks incomprehensible both in local and international language.
However, the letter S is the same pronounciation as "Ace or phenom" in the local language, then "Li" is included as a first name and Dr is short
for "Der" or "He" in the local language. So it becomes: "Ace Li He" is the river Slith. Master Li Hongzhi comes from the east and his practice
is very powerful....
41. There feeds he full | on the flesh of the dead,
And the home of the gods | he reddens with gore;
Dark grows the sun, | and in summer soon
Come mighty storms: | would you know yet more?
57. The sun turns black, | earth sinks in the sea,
The hot stars down | from heaven are whirled;
Fierce grows the steam | and the life-feeding flame,
Till fire leaps high | about heaven itself.
59. Now do I see | the earth anew
Rise all green | from the waves again;
The cataracts fall, | and the eagle flies,
And fish he catches | beneath the cliffs.
60. The gods in Ithavoll | meet together,
Of the terrible girdler | of earth they talk,
And the mighty past | they call to mind,
And the ancient runes | of the Ruler of Gods.
61. In wondrous beauty | once again
Shall the golden tables | stand mid the grass,
Which the gods had owned | in the days of old,
. . . . . . . . . .
62. Then fields unsowed | bear ripened fruit,
All ills grow better, | and Baldr comes back;
Baldr and Hoth dwell | in Hropt's battle-hall,
And the mighty gods: | would you know yet more?
63. Then Hönir wins | the prophetic wand,
. . . . . . . . . .
And the sons of the brothers | of Tveggi abide
In Vindheim now: | would you know yet more?
64. More fair than the sun, | a hall I see,
Roofed with gold, | on Gimle it stands;
There shall the righteous | rulers dwell,
And happiness ever | there shall they have.
65. There comes on high, | all power to hold,
A mighty lord, | all lands he rules.
("Rule he orders, | and rights he fixes,
Laws he ordains | that ever shall live.")
66. From below the dragon | dark comes forth,
Nithhogg flying | from Nithafjoll;
The bodies of men on | his wings he bears,
The serpent bright: | but now must I sink.
Everyone can see here that the sun will turn black before the end. Also the stars will disappear out of sight.