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Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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I have been a silent reader and watcher for some time, recently I registered on this forum but never introduced myself,
as I never posted anything yet. I am now thinking of posting some small addition to a thread, so here goes the introduction.

I have for my whole life (I am now in my fifties) felt there is something not right with his-story as it is told, with the timelines,
and with the way it all developed. Language, cilture, religions..... it never made sense, all seemed or better felt "upside down"

I moved a lot, lived in different countries, have now settled in north germany. I always had a thing for language, like an intuative understanding, I always feel the meanings more then i Know them. This unfortunatley also makes my spoken and written language not as good as hearing or reading it.

My main focus on researching jumps a lot as there is for me so much to look into, it often is overwhelming amounts, as for me everything is to question an re-evaluated. unlearning most and relooking from different wider view at everything.

I never felt at home in any religion or cult or branch of what is told to us, learning of the oera linda was the first time it felt right. it spoke to me, and i felt "at home". Finally.

At the moment my focus is on tracing languages back to origin, to find the truth, to find out more about the seeminly ever-reoccuring apocalyptic events, why we are not supposed to know about them, and what our world really looks(ed) like.

Oh, I am not an academic, I trained as a nurse, and worked for a few years and then became wife and mother fulltime.
This upset many, a woman has to make a carrer to be someone. I see it different, I was right, always had a tendency to do the opposite of what people do.
I started research with familytree history for years, and mythologies, farytales, and now mostly regional known stories. At the moment I looked into connecting the 3 Beten to oera linda.....

Urd
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This post will be a bit offtopic to the thread in general, and more specifically in relation to the stones / standing stones.

As I was reading this other stone immediatly came to my mind, I will list them here:

Stone of Destiny from Scotland https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_of_Scone
from Scone Palace https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scone_Palace

Blarney Stone from Ireland https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blarney_Stone

Coronation Stone from Kingston in England https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronatio ... pon_Thames

Also the whole Arthur story, a sword pulled from stone to make a king

Also looking at the picture in the original post it reminded me of the stone found on Oak Island with symbols in it
which has somehow dissapeard now. I know this is a controversial topic because it is just TV series,
but somehow I feel they are finding lots of things there that are against the narrative, they dont know what they have there
and it is now heavily regulated what they are "allowed" to find and how to "interpret" it with "experts" sent there.

I am sure there will be many more all over, important stones, maybe the saying standing stones is more to do with standing on them, to give the person special standing among there community. Not because stones were standing upright.
This would mean standing stones are the flatter ones. Turning the meaning like in so many other things.

I amsorry if this looks very chaotic, but these things just pop up in my head .......
Nordic wrote: 17 May 2024, 01:25 Excellent. More of this please, Ott!

And what is the Bas 'master, ruler'? Could it be from paasi 'stone' (see here), as in the story of häll Hel-stone that ended up all the way to Hindu tales of Nordic Uttarakuru land (attested here) and the Germanic tradition of choosing kings by standing on stones? The "boss" stone seen here:
For men of consequence a mound should be raised to their memory, and for all other warriors who had been distinguished for manhood a standing stone; which custom remained long after Odin's time. (Source: Ynglinga saga, ch. 8)

The Stones of Mora (Swedish: Mora stenar) is a historic location in Knivsta, Sweden. Several Medieval kings of Sweden were proclaimed at the assembly of Mora near modern Uppsala. [...] The Stones of Mora were originally named in singular as Mora sten referring to a stone on which the newly elected king stood after his election.(Wikipedia on Stones of Mora)
Here is an illustration of one paasi king being elected: Mora-stone-election.jpg
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Re: Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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welcome, good to see again a woman joining. Your username is interesting, it connects with the fresh memory of the Panta Rhei thread on wralda 's name, and the many shortened 'versions'. And if you know more about the Beten, I'll find it very interesting. Personally I think the Beten( and the 7 virtues) are aspects of the Mother, concepts that got their own avatar.
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Re: Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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Thank you, my "real" name is very close to my username. When I was young I never liked it, when I got older I researched it and came to like it. I was also given a book called WYRD by a stranger, I never at first understood. I kept the book until one day I understood. I believe we have our names for a reason.

The 3 Beten is fascinating me, it is where I arrived after going further back and deeper and deeper down the rabbit research holes, and listening to the inner voice of what looks and feels to be right. All fates all over countries and cultures represent the same aspects, but also with at least 3 layers to it. Roughly 3 in one, 3 seperate but same, 3 different.

I am working on a table/sheet where i put them all together to compare all their names and aspects, colours, times...
and then try and connect to Oeral Linda (out of 1 came 3 came 12 etc)to see of for me they all come from there,
all the names and colours, all aspects in all mythologies actually come from there.
Thats were my feeling says already it is so.

The Beten mus be very important for us, otherwise why would the biggest effort ever be made to hide them from us.
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Re: Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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Welcome, Urd. I am fascinated by how men and women research so differently when they act according to their instincts rather than a prescribed formula. I had never heard of the three Beten until now.
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Re: Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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I was making a list of trinities too, I will add to your post when you make it, Urd. I saw a lot of videos from Germany where there is (a bit feminist, but still nice) organizing on topic of the female Godess.
I like that (like me) you have a disorganised intuitive way of research. I have seen my mind solving things in the background, separate from my concious mind, and it has worked as revelation or prophecy quiet a few times, if you give some wiggleroom. Science and logic is one leg, but we can't walk on one leg.
The instinct for security and working in group dynamics is strong in women, and todays deconstructed culture gives the opposite of support, and guides them wrong. We need women and mothers and female virtues to get back their honorable important place as the basis of civilisation, forging our and our childrens caracters with love to be the best people we can be. Only in a bit more serious way than feminism, sexual revolution and new age did sofar; something that settles things instead of making everything forever shifty and unsatisfying. I sense many women are getting there.

I was preparing a post on why matriarchy is better than patriarchy , but it didn't reach a satisfying level yet for posting. This is what I had sofar;
  • The female representation of ideals, and the archetype of the prudent goodwilling female(goddess) is something to treasure and inspire both men and females. the male god seems to offer peace, but through servitude, my will is law, The godess gives peace trough love, watchfulness, reason, justice from a kinship, human understanding.
  • The Matron is not selected for her coldness of heart.
  • When Native Americans in WWII served the USA they understood it to be The Mother, the human construct of brotherhood of a nation. Obliged to get along with strangers and hospitality, but vigilant to when the peace, tradition, soul, humanity, or the community is threatened. Native American (Navajo) Teachings. When There is A Threat...
  • mother's love is unconditional, dad's is conditional, in romance this is the other way. Woman and children need safety and this is provided by this order. Conditional patriarchy is besides infantalising women constraining men, conditioning male and female (free human) agency. Which is not needed; our romantic and motherly desire already gives natural reason to feel obliged to (the grace of) the apple of our eye, while the disbalance of patriarchy tempts inhumane behaviour by men, male pride/freedom violated, guided to serve or selfdestruct. and bitterness and subversion of society by women, individualism stripped to solitary survival instincts.
Pax wrote: 04 Jun 2024, 18:20 . I had never heard of the three Beten until now.
Ott had a link in the german section that no longer works, but check out nr 2 in this series (with autogenerated subs)"Im Nebel der Geschichte'
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Re: Greeting to all from the north of Germany

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Welcome to the forum, Urd.
Kraftr wrote: 04 Jun 2024, 20:52Ott had a link in the german section that no longer works
I updated the post. A fourth part was added recently, but have not watched it myself yet.
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