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VAMPÍRA

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In light of recent video note on word VAMPÍRA and an older associated blog post, I want to note that the vampire character was also well known in Russian-Finnic and Slavic lands under various spellings of Upir and Upiór, as noted by a Wikipedia article. In those contexts it could also apply to a dead sorcerer, as seen in corresponding term 'heretic' seen here. This understanding of a witch or a sorcerer, who must have been a valued person already in life, is close to the OL usage case of warning about corrupt temple priests.

Since I have elsewhere made the case of Sumerian-Norse-Frisian textual connections, and the main comparison text includes a name like "Ubara-Tutu", I want to note here that in the Sumerian language exists words or names like:
ubar [FOREIGNER] (137x: Ur III) wr. u-bar "resident alien" Akk. ubāru
ubara [PROTECTION] wr. ubara "divine protection" Akk. kidinnu (source, letter u)
Furthermore, in ancient Egypt the titles for a pharaoh included Pirʾu (source) and we find this very same name as Piru denoting 'devil' in modern Finnish, but the was assumed as late as 1930s to mean 'lord, master' originally (Eino Kemppainen, Jumalten sukupuu, 1933). An another example is in the Bock family saga where the royal house of Aser (Æsir) is the house of Piru and the Lemminkäinen or Balder character is called by title Piru. The paradise age human race coming from Frei and Freia (i.e. Freyr and Freya or Wralda and Frya) is said to have formed the family of Piru or Piru-ätt (see p. 25 and 36 here). Here a Piru was always a good character; this exact same thing was also told by witch Miron-Aku to Ahnenerbe researchers in the 1930s as noted in Ahnenerbe researcher Grönhagen's book. In Nordic context family lines like these were symbolised by snakes (an example with image here), which in medieval language were used as synonyms to worm (wyrm, lindworm, mato all used for 'snake' or 'dragon' instead of modern 'worm'). Thus in usage context where the temple priests and king dynasties constitute the opposing belief system, a word like (VAM)PÍRA makes sense in general context of warning about such temple governments.
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Re: VAMPÍRA

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Nordic wrote: 30 Jul 2023, 22:04 The paradise age human race coming from Frei and Freia (i.e. Freyr and Freya or Wralda and Frya) ...
I wish to add this for avoiding possible confusions for everyone...

In Bock saga Frei was simply the first man to exist and Freia was the first woman, and they both were a brother and a sister, living in the past long period called Paradise(-ätt). The word 'Pa-ra-dis-ätt' itself texplains what that period was like. Frei and Freia were the beginning of all humans and there was one (1) human race - the end of Paradise brought more races into being due to the long period of separation. All men throughout the world are still a 'Frei' and similarly are women are a 'Freia' - all men and women look up to their idols according to their role in the system out of pleasure.

I'd also like to mention that as it was mentioned in the OL MS, translated by Jan Ott:
Depicted above are the signs of the Yule, which is the primary symbol of Wralda [...]. From it (Yule), Frya made the Standscript that she used for her Tex.
https://wiki.oeralinda.org/view/En_06_Y ... t,_Numbers
Further on there's description of other writing systems, but they're described being stolen from Fryas. Lets compare all of this to something Ior Bock was recorded saying in the year 1984:
In a nutshell, even though this is seen from the language itself, there's of course no way Frya is a Bock, because she is a woman. Of course, in OL MS Wralda being the creator of language is indeed mentioned, like he created everything else there is (See: https://wiki.oeralinda.org/view/En_16e_ ... f_Language), unlike Frei, because every masculine man is one Frei.

Actually, in OL MS a man calling himself Feeder is judged heavily by an elder maiden, opposed to women accepted calling themselves Feederesses (See: https://wiki.oeralinda.org/view/En_18_Title_Theft).
The OL MS itself denies that a man, Frei, is Wralda!
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Re: VAMPÍRA

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Nordic wrote: 30 Jul 2023, 22:04 (see p. 25 and 36 here).
The page 36 is interesting for it mentions the word runkarlar. I'd add some source info for those who are interested.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/runkkari
https://kaino.kotus.fi/ses/?p=article&e ... t_id=39795
''runa''* http://runeberg.org/svmtsprk/4/0671.html

* rwna- MP 3: 103, source text used (likely from around 15th century or so):
https://archive.org/details/svenskamede ... ew=theater
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Re: VAMPÍRA

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In light of the OL creation story and the Rika's letter, I have always thought that:
  • if OL Wralda is replaced by the Oden/Uuden sun cult of Bock family saga, it makes literal sense as sun rays creating everything on earth; feeding the solar power as heavely all-father
  • this would make literal sense in Wralda creating both potential and time as sun is both the life-giver and the primary time tracking device for planet Earth dwellers
  • if OL virgin Frya is replaced with mother earth, as in e.g. Bock family saga connotations of first woman Freia as Akka Maatar 'Earthess', Estonian Maa-Ema, Lappish Maderakka (link), the virgin aspect makes literal sense as sun rays creating life (children) on earth can be seen as supernatural distant life force e.g. Wralda's OD and ÁDAMA in OL narrative and Ódáin of name Ódáinsakr
  • as noted by researcher Karl Simon back in 1937 (Frühgeschichtliche Siedlungsstudien II, 1937, full article behind a paywall), Freija is also Terra Mater 'Mother Earth', Frû Frie and Perchta who in turn shared additional names with Bock family saga Frei and Freia.
The OL Wralda is very cosmic in nature and is one of the explanations for Norse Freyr as veraldar goð 'god of the world', the another explanation for that peculiar statement being that the world (veraldar) refers to being the all-father to the human world on planet Earth.
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