There’s sumfing Narstie at the Bottom of the Garding

The Catholic establishment diminuend the fairy because the Dragon Blood posed a threat to that establishments hold on government. This is easy to understand. More difficult, if fairies were supposed to be harmless, friendly beings or at worst just mischievous pranksters, is the diminution of them, which occurred between the late Dark Age to Reformation period, by the wider population of the period.

The problem was that fairies weren’t just ethereal pygmies, nor were they just "almost ordinary folk", which is the picture we might tend to get from Murray’s sympathetically understated description of them.

The true nature of the fairy, one that has already been hinted at, can be found by studying the various names they were given over time, names which now conjure up images of garden ornaments and wispy elementals, but in the past seemed to be epithets of terror. The last thing you would want in your little patch of suburban heaven is the original version of the Garden Gnome.

True enough fairies loved nature and greenery, they were after all the children of the greenwood and the descendants of the kings and queens who, at the dawn of history laid out the Garden of Eden. So it seems appropriate that we have statues of them fishing in our goldfish ponds or sitting looking sternly at the lawn that should have been mown a week ago.

But the real thing itself was the very reason why the plastic version now holds court on patios across the length and breadth of Merrie England. The gnome was, for man’s ancestors, a horrible creature and sometimes a very real threat to life and this is why it, along with all the other beings we think of as separate classes of Fairies, was reduced in stature by ordinary people.

What do we do if we are beset by problems that we can’t get rid of? More often than not we try and make light of them and ridicule them in order to make them smaller, thereby alleviating the fear in which we hold them.

This was one of the reasons behind the diminution of fairies by the peasants. Fairies, hard pressed by adverse conditions, during the Church’s burning times and because of the relentless expansion of the human population into their territories, often continued old traditions out of a ritual context.

No doubt with a certain imperious callousness, considering the treatment they were then receiving at the hands of their former client peoples. It has been stated elsewhere that elves did not steal human adults or children for ritual purposes and this stands true. Nevertheless during the medieval period cannibalism was endemic in the whole British population because of the disasters caused by war, plague and famine. It is warranted therefore that the elves ate what they could, especially as they were additionally a people forced to the very margins of society.

The Catholic establishment diminuted the fairy because the Dragon Blood posed a threat to that establishments hold on government. This is easy to understand. More difficult, if fairies were supposed to be harmless, friendly beings or at worst just mischievous pranksters, is the diminution of them, which occurred between the late Dark Age to Reformation period, by the wider population of the period.

The problem was that fairies weren’t just ethereal pygmies, nor were they just "almost ordinary folk", which is the picture we might tend to get from Murray’s sympathetically understated description of them. The true nature of the fairy, one that has already been hinted at, can be found by studying the various names they were given over time, names which now conjure up images of garden ornaments and wispy elementals, but in the past seemed to be epithets of terror. The last thing you would want in your little patch of suburban heaven is the original version of the Garden Gnome.

Although it has become a tradition to put the little folk into classes or categories, if we look closely at the etymology and the origins of the words used to describe each type of fairy, we will find that, rather than defining differences between various types of ethereal pygmy, the words or names describe the different attributes of only one type of being. Robin Goodfellow for instance is called Hobgoblin, which is another name for a Gnome, which we think of as a cute little fellow in a red cap. And indeed he or she probably was; to another gnome. In fact the name "Redcap" associated with the fly Agaric or fairy mushroom, was another epithet for The gnome and the pixy, which we know was the Pict-Sidhe.

However, the red cap was not associated with the gnome or pixy because of the color of the mushrooms they were fond of sitting under, but because they used to dye their hoods or their pointed, Phrygian headgear in the blood of passing travellers.

Perhaps as time passed the fairy actually did became smaller in stature than ordinary people. However, as Murray points out, this was probably caused by the restriction in diet which, in turn, was caused by the increasing scarcity of resources available to them as a people, because of their having to go into hiding from the Church.

Nevertheless the fairy, here described as the "gnome", was once a being of considerable stature until he was forced into forest regions that could hardly support him and which were, even then, being populated and deforested by farmers wanting to clear the land to provide grazing for sheep and cattle.

In Africa the exact same process is now happening to the Hadza people. These nomadic tribesmen are the last true hunter gatherers, they keep no livestock and depend entirely on their fantastic knowledge of the terrain to support themselves and their families. Their impact on the environment is minimal and sustainable; and to all intents, they live in harmony with nature.

Today their range is diminishing even further because agriculturalists and pastoralists from the outside are coming into their lands, cutting down tree stock to provide overnight enclosures for their cattle, which they only use once before moving on, thereby overgrazing the entire territory.

Because of this the Hadza population is dying out and over the last century their numbers have dwindled to no more than a thousand people. This was the fate of the Shining Ones and it is a story that has been repeated all over the world.


The Wise Ones

So we have suggested that the fairies, the "little people" in pre-christian history times were vampiric by necessity and inclination, and fed purely on the blood of their own kind for magical reasons. But later on, during the one and a half millennia following Christ's death, being pushed into a comer, they also fed on human blood and the occurrences were frequent enough to become a major problem for incursive agriculturalists in the second millennium, who consequently held the "gnome" in awe, as an object of fear. In order to cope with the danger of living in Fairy Lands, the response of the invader was to diminute the beings, from once proud Kings to a race who eventually became dietarily disadvantaged fugitives of the forests, and finally into ethereal pygmies that were harmless.

As the fairy populations in each region died out completely, the incomers were left with a memory of a small elusive folk who, as time passed, became smaller still in the mind’s eye of those who, though responsible for their genocide would, nevertheless, rather forget them altogether.

The words gnome, sprite and goblin; like fairy, elf and pixy therefore all refer to one race: The Scythians or Sidheans, and relate to various practices and ritual identities amongst this once ancient and noble people.

’Gnome’ comes from the Greek and is related to the root ’gno’. From this same root we obtain our words gnosis and gnobilis or nobilis. Both these words relate to knowledge and wisdom, and point to an origin within the Aryan culture, Aryan also meaning wise, or ’Race of the Wise’, ’The Noble Race’.

A ’Gnome’ is one of the race of the Wise Ones, the ancient king tribe of the Aryans or Scythians, who were the genetic guardians of a blood chemistry, of rituals and lore from which they derived a perceptual state of gnosis or transcendence. The gnome is said to have been a creature of the mines and mounds, just like the hobgoblin.

This description, linked both to alchemy and smithing, is also associated with their ritual practice of living in specially prepared chambers in burial mounds, tombs and pyramids which links the gnome, as a priest-king figure, with the cult of Nergal and the otherworld or underworld.

For this very same reason the fairy is also called the Sprite. This word is a reduction of the word Spirit and also has the same associations with the Scythian practice of regularly inhabiting tombs to obtain knowledge from the ancestors.

Gnome (also relating to ’judge’) as Nobilis gives us another familiar name for the fairies - the Gentry or Noble ones. Gnome also refers to a canon or body of law and this is reminiscent of the role of the Pictish - "pixy" - Druidic High Kings as custodians of the Law and Culture of their peoples.

These Kings, the Brudes or Bruidhes, were the Judge-Poets and magicians whose expertise lay in spellcraft, rhetoric and satire. Their female counterparts were the Bruidhinas, Sirens, Morrigans and Melusines, the Raven women and Swan Maidens, female "Gnomes", Ban Sidhes - female fairies - the custodians of wisdom and law, weavers of spells and vampire princesses, which is exactly what Melusine d’Avalon was. The Sprite is additionally known as the Goblin and the origin of the epithet "Red Cap" actually derives, not solely from the later need for the consumption of human blood as a staple food, but originally from the ritual practice of coloring the Hood or Cap with menstrual blood, which was consumed, along with its precious cargo of neurotransmitters, to facilitate wisdom.

As the cap covers the head, so symbolically the blood feeds the spirit, the soul and the intellect, situated in the pineal gland and the "Wings of the Swan" in the brain. The blood drinking rituals of the gnome-goblin-sprite and his or her habitual occupation of tombs, as god-kings or queens of the otherworld, led to the notion of the vampire as a bloodthirsty ghost.

Sprite then means Spirit-People, or people of the spiritual realms, those who have congress with the inhabitants and gods of the otherworld. It also refers to the blood drinking Scythian ’Ghost-Warriors’ who painted their bodies grey-blue to look like corpses when they entered naked upon the battle field.

Sprite was a name given to Robin Goodfellow or Hood who was also known as Puck meaning Boucca or Bolg, the God. Sprite therefore expands the meaning to include People of the Gods, which is entirely appropriate, as the fairies, the Dragon Clan, were the descendants of the original gods of the earth.




Elementals and Diminution

Given that the Fairies, according to Murray, were still around in Shakespeare's time (Edward de Vere?), it seems to me that at least one individual who is said to have been a member of the literary syndicate that produced A Midsummer Night’s Dream, diminuted the fairies, his own race, it could be argued, in order to alleviate the persecution that was raging against them, persecution that carried on for nearly two hundred years after his death.

This individual used a form of diminution, turning fairies into elementals, a type of anthropomorphization, which in reverse is the same as the process of deification, turning the ancient priest-kings into the gods.


Through this persons influence, the fairies who traditionally yielded power derived from their understanding of the elemental forces in nature, became associated with those forces to the extent that they were thought to be the elements themselves. in doing this he instituted a situation where the fairies could side step out of this world into another, taking them out of human history altogether and thus out of harms way, eventually.

It is possible that his patron, the self styled "Faerie Queen" Elizabeth I, sympathized with and supported such a move. She was supposed to be marginally descended from Margaret of Anjou and this house claimed a supposed descent from Melusine, the High Queen of the Fairies of All Europe who were, like Elizabeth herself the arch enemies of Catholicism.

Rob as Rob reinforces the fairy element in the Robin Hood story as does Dob or Dobin. Odin’s mount - the eight legged Slepnir (a funeral byre) was similar to the Celtic Rhiannon and Epona. Like Robin’s father Herne or Oberon, who inhabited the underworld, the horse deities were also related to the Scythian death cult of Nergal, all three were white (fairy) horses who carried the rider to the grave - the otherworld, the realm of sovereignty and wisdom.

Related to this, the Funeral Byre in Pakistan which is carried by four men (eight legs), is called the Breghi Moru. Similarly Odin had a son called Breghi who can be related to Robin. Robin was said to be a gifted musician and Bereghi was a god of music who, like Orpheus, traversed the Underworld or Death.

The name often given to a horse was Dobbin and it is feasible that Robin Hood - son of Odin/Herne - was, as a Magus, a psychopomp associated with the Celtic realm of death, sovereignty and the horse deities. Robin Hood as Puck was related to the Irish ’pooka’ as well as the Boucca, from whence comes the Dutch ’spook’ meaning sprite or spirit, the Welsh ’puca’ and the Icelandic ’piki’.

The ’peoka’, was a shape-shifter which often took the form of animals, the horse being one of them. Likewise the witches god would often appear in animal form, regularly as a horse, often as a Stag, but also in a variety of shapes according to the tribal totem animal traditionally associated with the region or the clan of the officiate/god.

The Icelandic ’piki’ is close to ’pixy’ or Pict-Sidhe, a painted Elf; meaning that piki-puck-boucca-bolg-god indicates the status of Robin Hood/Goodfellow/Artisson as a ’Puck" or shapeshifting, shamanic, Pictish God-King or Priest-King. Puck is not a name therefore, but a title, related to bogey-man and boggart, a god-man, a druid prince or priest king.

Included in the Dobbin epithet there is also a relation to the origins of Robin’s ancestors as mounted bowmen. We know from folklore that Robin was both a horseman and a gifted archer. We know from history that he was neither Norman nor Saxon, being of princely Flemish descent and an accomplished veteran cavalryman.

We also know that the bow wasn’t merely a yeoman’s weapon and that the term yeoman was relative anyway. If one combines the two ideas, those of the archer and the cavalryman, one arrives at the origin of the Centaur and the Sagittarii.

The Centaurs were extraordinary mounted archers who were said to have fought at Troy, whilst in other accounts they were said to be, like the Scythians, rapists and pillagers.

The amazing skill of the Thracian horse warrior, whose symbiosis with his mount seemed to make him a part of the horse itself; contributed to the development of the image of the Centaur as half man half horse, and it is likely that the Thracians and the Sarmatians, who wore fish scale armour, were originally related to the Zmei of Russia.

The Zmei were mounted, fish scale or dragon scale armoured lords whom the people referred to as Dragons. Like the fabled Centaurs they were wise but brutal and similarly to the legend concerning the Cimmerians, they appeared at night.

It is likely that they were descended from the same central European Scythian tribes that migrated to Britain to become the Picts and the Dalriada, or Horse Lords, from whom Robin Hood partly descends.

The Centaur Cheiron was, like all Centaurs one assumes, the son of Cronos or Anu and the water fairy Oceanid. This confirms that the Centaurs, the Sagitarii, were Dragon Lords. Cheiron kept a school for princes at Thessaly and was the Tutor to Jason, Odysseus and Achilles.

The name Sagittarius can be broken into two separate words - Sagitta and Rius or Arius. From the root ’Sag’, though said to mean arrow from the Latin, are also derived the words Sagacious and Sage, both pertaining to wisdom. The last syllables Ri-us or Ari-us can mean either

a)  king or Rig with Latin male suffix ’us’, or
b)  an arrow

Sagittarii may then mean either "Wise Archers" or "Archer Lords", but either way it doesn’t matter because both come down to the same thing. Related to Arya and the Noble or Wise Race of Kings - lord is one of the order of the Nobilis or wise ones anyway. We are then back firmly in Scythian Dragon territory and the realm of the horse lords and the King Tribe, with its gnomes, pixies, sprites, fairies and boggarts.

As we have seen Hrodebert was the original spelling for Robert and its affectionate diminutive Robin, which gave us Hob and Dob. Another affectionate diminutive of Robert is Robby which, as you might expect, also has an old variation which expands upon the story of the link between Robin Hood and his ancient cultic and equestrian roots. The abbreviation of Hrodebert is, as one would guess; Hrodin or Odin: The Lord of the Rings.

The Hobby Horse is a sight familiar to all who have attended the Spring fairs and have enjoyed the sight of Morris Men or the Sweeps on summer outings to country public houses and village fetes. In earlier times, the Hobby Horse was a notorious character who accompanied the Coal Black Man, Jack-in-the-Green, Robin Hood and Maid Marion on the Maying where he was was noted for his lascivious behavior in chasing and indecently assaulting young village girls as they paraded with the May Day throng.

Nevertheless, Charles Burland tells us that the Hobby Horse was a popular figure in those days, before political correctness had been thought up by fat lesbians. Then, the only social workers for miles around were likely to have been called either Rosy or Mother Demdike.

The Hobby Horse and his antics have echoes in the Wild Hunt for elf maidens at Samhain, in the days when, like Herne, Robin and the witch princesses, or Odin and the Valkyries: The vampire kings and queens; the Pictish and Scythian horsemen and horsewomen, roamed the forests in a ritual search of their dragon princesses, whom they would ritually kidnap and feast upon.

Hereto we have the Hobby Horse or Robin o’ the Horse and the reinforcement of all the ancient connections between he and his fairy cohorts in this world, and their longing to return to their otherworld home - Elphame.

With regard to the Coal Black Man, some scholars have linked him with the Morris and both with some fertility ritual originating in Africa, based on the supposition that Morris was originally spelt Moorish. The Coal Black Man or the Sweep is a variant of Jack-in-the-Green. He is Black because of the magical custom, like Santa Claus’, of entering and exiting houses via the chimney which, when the house was a building similar to a Rath or a Mound, also doubled up as the front door.

He is linked to the ancient chimney climbing shaman, to the witches who flew up chimneys to get to the Sabbat, all blacked up with soot and flying ointment based on goose grease; and thus the witches god, the Man-in Black or Coal Black Man is Odin and St. Nicholas, the Horned God, always accompanied a Maying by the mummer of the Dragon.

The Sweep therefore is also Jack or Herne, who is sometimes referred to as the Foliate Man or the Green Man, another name for Robin Goodfellow or Hood, the sprite, gnome or pixy. He is the witches god, not from an exotic imported cult, but from the Northern Lands of Europe.


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Phrygians and Scythians

The Red Cap of the Gnome and the Pixy is the pointed cap associated with witchcraft and shamanism, examples of it can be found in Babylonian stone bas-relief depictions of the gods, in burial sites in Takla Makan and elsewhere in the Celtic world. In relation to the Gnome or the Pixy, this headdress is of Phrygian origin, where it was once worn with the point folded towards the front of the head. A portrait of Liberty leading the French Revolution depicts her wearing this same Phrygian Cap.

The Phrygians migrated from Thrace, the original home of Dionysus, to lands adjacent to Galatia in central Anatolia around 500 BC. They were probably descended from the same stock as those earlier Scythians who migrated to Thrace from Ireland.

Returning there they became the Fir Bolg and the Phrygians revered a Goddess Queen of the same Dragon Pantheon from which the Fir Boig of the Tuatha de Danaan were descended. This deity - Cybele - was a native of mountains and forests. Originally known to the Greeks as Rhea, the Titaness and mother of Zeus by Cronos, she can be identified as the Sumerian Antu, wife of Anu, from whence the Danaan derive their name - Tuadha d’Anu.

The Phrygians also worshipped Mithras who was the Persian god often identified with Mazda. Mithras is often depicted as slaying the "world bull" which represents what the gnostic dualists call the demiurge, the subordinate creator and "Lord of this World". Cybele as Antu was the Mother of Enlil (who later became Zeus and Jehovah) whilst Mithras as Mazda was originally Enlil’s brother Enki, and Enlil was Ahriman in the Persian dualist cult that revered Mithras who, like Herne was associated with the Underworld and caves. Like Mithras, Herne is further linked both to the Stag and the Bull.

Enki became Samael and here we enter the realm of the cult of the twin and the rivalry between the Light and Dark represented respectively by Mithras the bull slayer and the demiurge, the bull itself symbol of Mazda-Mithras’s brother Enlil-Zeus-Jehovah.

In slaying the bull, Mithras is destroying the world of form and illusion created by the language we use to interpret the stimulus received by the human senses. In one sense human beings are the bull itself, and here we enter the true meaning of the christian message. From the death of the bull is brought forth new life. From the death of the christian believer is brought forth new life in the spirit of Christ.

This world of form hides the true nature of existence which is creativity, symbolized by the flowers that issue from the neck wound of the bull. Essentially Mithraism was a transcendent philosophy intended to get people to see beyond the semantic, material world - the "bull" of Enlil-Zeus-Jehovah, to The world of eternity beyond Thought and beyond the form defined erroneously by language.

The bull turns up a lot in Druidic lore and it was sacrificed regularly at the Nemetons, the major druidic gatherings, which were held in Galatia, next door to Phrygia and in Ireland and Scotland. This sacrifice was the Mithraic sacrifice of human delusion, not the sacrifice of a God. The druids didn’t worship anyone and the bull was definitely no God. The druids and consequently the fairies, vampires and witches were dualist philosophers, not religious devotees. In history the deities (more properly "cosmic forces") have been reversed by various vested interests and in some variations of the dualist philosophy Enlil, Jehovah-Zeus the Appis Bull, was a symbol of the material world of nerve-endings and hence the capacity to experience misery and suffering whilst Enki, the Dragon of Light or Satan, was the deliverer from pain, the enlightener.

Traditionally Jesus was identified as the Sol Invicta or Mithras, the deliverer of mankind - the enlightener: Lucifer or Satan, who guides the magus in his quest to transform his perception of the material world, in order that he may see that eternity and the realm of Elphame lie hidden just beneath the skin of our fears and opinions, the thoughts that make up our world of suffering, just as the flowers lie hidden in the brutish body of the world bull. The philosophy of dualism works on two levels however and whilst one relates to our perception of existence, the other relates to the interplay of those forces which make up the very life we so often perceive in error.

The Phrygian cap worn by Mithras, the badge of transcendence, was the same cap worn by all shamans since the Golden Age of the Titans, those Anunnaki (Anunnagi) ancestors of the Dragon Clans, from whence emerged the Fairy Race of the ancient Dragon and Grail Blood; the Gnomes, Pixies and Sprites. It was once said that the Phrygian devotees of Mithras would soak themselves in the blood of sacrificed bulls. Anciently the skull of the bull was used to symbolize the female organs.

The Horns were often tipped with round golden balls and these and the horns themselves represented the ovaries and fallopian tubes which were joined to the cranium, which symbolized the womb, a symbolic connection between the brain and the uterus, or intelligence and menstrual blood.

The nasal passage and mouth of the bull represented the vagina and to be soaked in bull’s blood, was to be soaked in the blood of the womb. The red cap of both the Phrygian and the Fairy therefore was originally colored by the blood of wisdom and a garden gnome will never look the same again.

Tomb Dwellers
As predicted, the Ziggurat and the Pyramid are now academically confirmed as being symbolic, ritual mountains and, as also predicted, they are the monumental granddaughters of the sidhe hills: The Beth, the Tel, the Rath, the Kurgan and the Tepes, the ritual chambers of which, in turn, are also the symbolic caves in the mountains of the original Carpathian Homeland of the Anunnaki where, like Cybele, the Dragon mothers once wandered amongst the forests.

These structures, like the caves themselves were used to bury the dead. Adjacent to the main burial chamber was a sleeping chamber where members of the Clan would spend the night in order to obtain information from the ancestors in dreams. Here we have the origin of one of the Irish words for Vampire: Crechaire - meaning tomb, shrine, sepulchre. The Crechaire or Tomb dweller was a Druidic, Fairy God-King or Queen who, as the mediator between this world and the otherworld, would reside in the sleeping chamber of the Rath, next to the ancestors. The image of the Vampire as one who lives in tombs is therefore correct. Tomb dwelling was common amongst the Egyptians and Sumerians, and consequently we have another cultural Fairy link between these peoples and the Scythian Pict-Sidhes. Another reinforcing link also appears between the Vampire and the Smith, the Alchemist, the Magi, the Fairy or Titan, Robin Hood and Odin.

The shapeshifting Robin or Puck, shares this shamanic attribute with Merlin and with Odin/HodiWWolden, who also shares his knowledge of alchemy and forging; and his one eyed attribute with the Cyclops, the Titanic Fairy smiths who so closely resemble the Irish Sidhe and Balor of the Formorians, who were formidable, giants (often described as one-eyed) who were said to have been descendants of Ham.

In legend part of the wave of Scythian migrants who settled in Eire decamped and fled for the Northern Isles of the World. This is obviously Scandinavia and it is interesting to note that on their return to Ireland they established their Fairy reign as the Tuatha de Danaan.

It seems probable therefore that the Danes and the Danaan are directly related which would explain the link between Odin, later the "antecessor" god of the Scandinavian witches, and Robin Hood or Hodin, Robin (Artis-son) being of Irish origin via the Picts.

With Robin Buried in an Oak Tree, Odin hanging from an Ash Tree and Jesus nailed to the Rood or Holly Tree it would seem that each is cultically related to the other, as shamans and as druidhes or Wallimen (men of the trees), a name of the witches god in the Viking isles of Orkney.

In Britain the witches god was often dressed as Odin and it appears that in the Orkneys it would be Odin who is Walliman or Ualla-man, a word related to Uilidian, the Irish Sacral Royal House of the Fir Bolg (Boucca/Puck/Robin) who settled in Scotland.

Likewise in Gundestrop in Denmark there was unearthed a cauldron upon which was embossed the distinctly Celtic figure of Cemunnos or Heme, Lord of the Forests (wearing torcs [variants of the Ring] and sitting cross legged, holding a serpent or dragon in each hand), another Ualla-man and the father of Robin Hood.

The cauldron is a common symbol in Celtic lands and always associated there with blood and the Grail, similarly the Gundestrop Cauldron is considered to have been a vessel for catching the blood of victims sacrificed to the Danish gods, Odin the Ring Lord being the father of them all.

Sacred to Odin were the Raven and the Wolf, and similarly the companions of Merlin at Hart Fell were the Raven, the Wolf and the Boar, being symbolically a Morgana (a Morrigan or Bruidnina), a Warrior and a Druid, who probably fled with Merlin following the battle in which his patron Gwenddolau was killed. The Wolf and the Raven are also connected to the cult of Mithras.

It is highly likely that Odin and Merlin, though not the same person, were closely linked as royal priests of druidic castes who performed similar invocational functions and shared similar attributes within a religious tradition that originated from the early Eurasian dualistic cult from whence arose the Druids, the Parsi, the Magi and the Brahmins

Odin was a Seer and Merlin means Seer. This being the case, then the legendary relationship between Merlin and Arthur (and Lancelot) is the same as the relationship between Herne/Odin and Robin (and Little John).

Both, in a cultic sense, are late aspects of the Monarchic dualistic concept of the triad or trinity and the cult of the twin, which began with Arin-Enki-Enlil. This has established a Dragon Culture whose symbolism, ritual practice and royal priesthood has lasted 7000 years and included Jesus as an apostolic successor of collateral blood descent.

The Danaan were sidhe or fairies, which are druidhes or witches (derived from the Old English Wic/ca) and we know that these descriptions are aspects of one identity. Similarly the word Viking is derived from the word Wic, mistakenly thought to derive from Old Fresian - an inlet dweller.

The word actually comes from the same Old English word as witch does - Wicca, meaning to yield or bend, as the Christianized Saxons would have it - "to demons", which is a Greek word (daemons) and means gods or intelligences.

From this can be inferred that they obtained otherworldly wisdom, as yielding or understanding - to "stand under" or "give way to", so we can render Viking as witch - as in Celtic druidhe is also a witch, this goes some way in explaining the close similarity between the Danish Odinic Nine World or Sphere system set against Yggdrasil; and the Druidic symbol of the Apple Tree.The Apple Tree bears the spherical fruits, the chakras or sephiroth, which is what the Viking Nine Worlds are. As the Danaan are sidhe, so the Vikings also had their Siddhirs or weavers of dreams.

The Danish Vikings were generally an egalitarian people who operated a social system not unlike the Danaan of Ireland, who considered all of the blood to be equal. Both the Danaan and the Danes were a King Tribe and the latter in the 11th century were invited to provide princes and rulers for a foreign land, such was their expertise in management and their love of order.

Hence the originally Danish, Svei Ruotsi Clan migrated to Novgarod and founded what is now known as the Russian empire. This occured at the height of their power when, with an entire population of little more than 300,000 people, the Danes brought peace to the warring Slavs of Russia, settled in America and traded for gold, spices and silk as far away as the Indian Ocean.

Their markedly Celtic/Scythian artwork and jewellery is some of the finest in Europe and forges a link between them and their cousins, the Irish and Pictish Scots descendants of the original Danaan Clans. Whilst examples of ornate Viking masonry can be found in Constantinople, at home The Vikings tended to live in grass covered halls often carved into hillsides, which are strongly reminiscent of the raths or Sidhe Mounds of Ireland and Scotland, as are the prolific amount of stone circles one can find in Scandinavia. A Dragon People with Dragon Ships, (cf Tiamat, the Sea Dragoness) the syinbol is everywhere in Danish art.


Their elite warriors, the Berserkers or Bare-Shirts, took Amanita Muscaria and fought naked in the same way as the Celtic warriors of the British Isles and Gaul, neither having any fear of death whatsoever.



Steel Bras and Winged Hats

As the Valkyrie maidens dispatched the Danish warriors to Valhalla, so also the Raven women of the battle field, the Morrigans of the Celts, dispensed release from this world to Celtic friend and foe alike. From Raven we obtain the word ravenous, which is akin to the blood frenzy of the Morrigans or Morganas in the theatre of war, as they drank the blood of the fallen. The Raven women, the Morganas, are the baobhan sidhe, the vampire fairies who, off the battlefield, become the laeanan Sidhe, beautiful fairy maidens like the Countess of Salisbury (The Maid of Kent), who was called La Belle Dame Sans Merci and acted as the Queen of Fairies and Witches in England.

These away from the field of bloodshed, drank dry the life force of their human lovers. Along with the Ban Sidhe - Melusine, these girls, the serene and graceful ladies of the lake and guardians of the sacred Meres and secret fountains, are the legendary Swan Maidens, the Valkyrie of the Danes.

The Priests of Odin were called the Godthi, which is pronounced Gothi. Perhaps Odin as Woden, the god of the forest dwelling Goths, is Woden the Wood Lord or Wolden or Wooden (Uailaman) and the Goths themselves were, like the Danaan, a tribe of Priest Kings. Where Godthi and Goth means ’men of the god’ or priests, so does Fir Bolg or Bog, and so again we have a clear etymological link between the druids and the sacred priests of Odin.

It is feasible that from Denmark settlers moved south, taking the Valkyries; (known in Ireland and Scotland as the Swan Maidens) and the Ravens of Odin with them. Odin, who has at least 30 other names, was originally a Priest King, named Waeldeg or Waldeg (Wald = Forest) who married the daughter of the Dalriadan king of Ireland, Cormac Mac Art. We are instantly reminded of Robin Artisson.

In ancient Irish ’Art’ meant stone which could refer to a mason (cf Hiram Habiff and the Solomonic link) or to the Grail as the "Stone" that fell to Earth, the Lia Fail, the jewel from Satan’s Crown; the Lapsit Exillis, the Cubic Stone of the Holy Vampire Grail. It might also refer to Cobalt.

Odin was Lord of the Wild Hunt in which he was accompanied by his coven, the twelve Valkyrie. in Celtic Britain the Wild Hunt part of the mythology of Windsor Geat Park, was led by Herne and his pack of red-eared white (albe or fairy) hounds. In Anderson’s Genealogy there is a table of the kings of the Herulii. It is thought that this tribe of priests-magi were descended from the Danish Gothi of Odin and formed the link between the Goths and the Scandinavian Dan tribe. Herulii is composed, it would seem, of two words, Her and Ulii.


Whilst Her is obviously Herr, meaning Lord, Ulii is reminiscent of Ualla and Walloon, which is the name of the Frisian people who occupy the region originally inhabited by the Herulii and the Chattoi (forest Panther) tribes. It appears then that the Herulii - as Her-Ulii, the sacred priests-magi, (the druidhes, the ’Men of the Trees’, were also called magi) are the Lords of the Forest and relate directly to the Caledonian Picts, who were the Calle Daouine, the People of the Forest.

So it would appear that the Goths could be of Danaan descent via the Danes and the Herulii, giving a link between Odin and Balor/Herne/Merlin, meaning that the Gothi and the druids are indeed cast from the same mould if the Goths were the Godthi, sacred priest-kings of the Scythian Dragon, it would explain why the Merovingians formed alliances with Gothic princesses.

The Goths inhabited the vast, mysterious forests of central Europe where the tops of oak trees of some thirty feet in diameter, formed a canopy of up to one hundred and fifty feet in height, giving the impression, mimicked in Gothic architecture, that the observer was in the midst of a vast natural cathedral or many pillared hall. Forests like this once spanned the length and breadth of the continent and its islands, including Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England.

It would he easy then to imagine that the Scythian tribes, though dispersed by various migrations into different regions in the north, would develop along similar cultural and spiritual lines that continued to Mica, the corporate and emphasize the environmental conditions of the regions they chose to occupy, namely their natural and historical habitat, The Great Forests and the Ancient Greenwoods.



In Forests Dark and Deep

In the German Rhineland Wotan reigned as chief of the gods and Lord of the Wild Hunt, the Ring myth was prominent and the Swan Knights and Maidens were an intrinsic part of Gothic and Teutonic folklore. Wotan or Odin held court with his twelve Valkyries, making a Coven of thirteen priests of the old religion; and the Rhinemaidens and the Nixes, like the Melusines and the Morganas, abided as the guardians of fairy fountains and forest rivers, brooks and meres. By understanding that these myths emerge from a common genetic and cultural source, which is manifest in these islands as well as on the mainland, we can greatly expand on our own appreciation of the finer details of the Dragon Tradition and the Fairy History in Britain.

In assessing numerous Irish, Welsh and Scottish legendary figures and events; and comparing them with those on the continent, our aesthetic appreciation of the richness of our own fairy culture is deepened in hue and in the clarity of its outlines.

In the depths of forest fastnesses, Odin the Ring Lord and the twelve Valkyies reflected the myths of Robin Goodfellow and his twelve witches. Odin’s or Wotan’s hall of heroes in that deep dark forest mimicks the refuge of Robin and his valiant outlaws with their own Val-Halla or Wal-Halla, their own Hall of Trees, set deep in the heart of the Greenwood of Merrie England.

In a 12th century manuscript Odin is described as a trinity. Despite the possible christian influence upon the writer, the god actually does appear to have been a late tripartite, composite figure. More likely however is that Odin, a Prince Priest representing a bipartite deity, had his own attributes added, by chroniclers or devotees, at a later date to form a trinity.

In this sense, the actual name of the high priest incarnating the god, or manipulating the creative force, was eventually attributed to the god or force itselt, whose name was then forgotten, if it had one in the first place.

In this way, behind Odin, Wotan, Herne, Jesus, Robin and a host of other gods, there may simply be one god or force with many aspects, represented by a different named or titled priest or priestess in different regions. In all other respects, the priests were all the same kind of people performing the same ritual function, arising from the same bifurcated cultural roots.

The first two aspects of Odin the "god" were Frey, who appeared during the early hunter-gatherer period and Thor, who found popularity at a transitional period between pastoralism and agriculture, something that the Celts were accomplished at, but their overlords the Danaan king tribe, the Scythian fairies, could never master. Odin’s particular areas of influence came to include the forces of Sorcery and War, which might have reflected a move towards the Raid or Trade practices common amongst earlier Scythian and later Scandinavian peoples.

Oddly enough Odin, at one stage in his career, was also called upon as a god of mortal love, probably because of the Wild Hunt and the quasi-sexual practices within Royal Vampiric Ritual.

Though as a guardian of Portals and a psychopomp he is identified with Mercury, or Hermes in the Greek Pantheon, both of whom were messengers of the gods and, like Robin and St. Nicholas, were also the patrons of thieves.

Whilst the Nordic Taranis, Thor, is thought to compare with Zeus-Dispater or Jehovah, Frey is identified with Diana’s brother Apollo. Some confusion exists over who came first, Odin or Thor, with some commentators asserting that Thor was the son of Odin.

By studying his function and identity in other cultures, it is easy to see that Odin started out not as a god, but as a priest-prince, performing exactly the same mediatory function as any other Scythian intermediary priest from whatever branch of the greater Dragon Tuadhe.

As an aside, Tuadhe is pronounced Teetha or Tootha, meaning an Overtribe or nation. In this it is easy to see that the Dragon’s Teeth, sown by Cadinus against Jason and the Argonauts, represented Scythian warriors of the Dragon Tuadhe or nation. In the fable The teeth, a play on words, which were sown in the sand, rose up as skeletal soldiers, reminiscent of the grey blue, blood drinking ghost warriors of the Scythian north.

In the mediatory sense, Odin’s story is no different to that of Dracula or in fact Christ, who also acted as a priestly, human intercessor, only to become identified with the Cosmic force, whilst his close associate, Prince Vlad IV, also became deified in popular folklore, as the Prince of Darkness, Satan himself.

The Wild hunt appears in vampire lore and the association of the Valkyries with functions other than attending the fallen in baffle, suggests that they were not necessarily Valkyria in the limited sense, but that they also had an earlier role in the mystical rituals of the northern tribes.

The first syllable - Val, which scholars appear to associate with the Roman ’Vallar’, a wreath given to victors, may be an erroneous laicization which, if that is the case, would lead us back into the deep dark forest - as Val or Wal, in the language from which the word Valkyrie originally comes, is related not to heroism, but to Wald or Wold.

In respect to the second part of the word - Kyrie - which seems related to the word Keuz -’To Choose’, we have a number of related themes associated with the given meaning. Of some of them, ’pick’, ’select’ and particularly ’hunt’ do not seem entirely inappropriate.

The traditional task of the Valkyries apparently, was to choose selected fallen warriors from the battlefield. These they would conduct to Valhalla where these heroes and Odin would feast together, so it was later taught.

It will be remembered that an earlier manifestation of Odin was Frey and it has been suggested that Valhalla was once the Hall of Frey and his sisterbride Freja. The specially selected warriors whom the Valkyries took to Valhalla were once intended, so it is said in older traditions, to become repast for this particular Goddess, who fed on their souls. "We would be delighted to have you for dinner" might not have necessarily been an invitation to accept hospitality.

We will remember that in Celtic battles the Morrigans administered the coup de grace, they dispatched the fallen by drinking their blood and decapitating them. If we Latinize the word Valkyrie completely we obtain Val meaning victor, and Kyrie which is related to mercy and this combined forms the basis of the idea behind the coup de grace.

We may further recollect that the purpose behind this was based on the idea that the spirit of a person whose body had been thus mutilated, was bound to this plane of existence. Doubtless the Morganas gave these heads to their tribal chieftains who had also drunk blood and hunted for heads themselves, which they had then, as Tacitus attests, either nailed to the lintels and posts of their own Val Halla’s, or had kept lovingly preserved, in display chests.

By doing this they added the spirit and strength of the fallen warrior to their own both via the blood consumed on the field of conflict, and by later consuming the soul from the head. These corrupted late practices fall into the category of martial vampirism, whichever way you dress it up.

There is nothing in my mind to suggest that the Valkyries played any different a part in Nordic or Gothic lore than the Morganas did in Celtic tradition; and it seems highly likely that Valhalla was a forest Temple, though originally little different to a Scythian chieftain’s hall nevertheless.

Close to the Grecian Lamia was the figure of the dragon tailed woman Medusa, whose hair was a mass of writhing serpents. Both presaging Melusine, the serpentine Lamia gave her name to a class of female vampire in Romania whilst the Medusa’s hair was reminiscent of the wild flailing elf locks or dreadlocks of the Morganas or Morrigans which, a short way off; looked like a head of slithering snakes as, in a frenzy of lust, the Morganas or Valkyries bled the dying and took their heads to the Halls of Feasting.

Here the souls of the fallen, imprisoned in their skulls, were kept to feed the body and spirit of the early God-King Frey, whose priest was once Odin; and the Goddess Queen Freja, whose priestesses were once the Valkyries.

The activities of the Valkyries were not just restricted to the battlefield. In the Wild Hunt, accompanying Odin, they would hunt for their own kind, Elf Women to feed on, and in so doing, fed the god and goddess they incarnated. The Wild Hunt is similar to the Dyonisia of Greece and the Bacchanalia of Rome.

Thus the Val-Kyrie was a northern Bacchante, a Forest Hunter, and Odin was the Bacchus or Dionysus, the Forest Lord of the North. This practice however, wouldn’t necessarily be murderous, but would have comprised the corpus of the tradition of Royal Vampirism, which formed the basis of later witch tradition in the noble covens of Britain, where Herne and Robin conducted the Wild Hunt themselves with the witches, with joyous hearts and mirthful songs.

At this kind of Sabbat, records of which exist from 17th century Scottish accounts, the Noble Witches fed their Lord on their own blood and it must be suspected that this ritual is a leftover from a time when both the Valkyries and the Morganas fulfilled the same function, by filling themselves with blood.

After the Wild Hunt or the battle perhaps they took it back with them so to speak, where its spirit and vitality was let from their own veins to feed the Odin, the god-king in Valhalla, the Temple of the Greenwood and the Forest Groves.

Odin was later known as the ’Sky Father’ and is reminiscent of Anu whilst Thor identifies with Enlil; and Frey shuts similarities with Enki. Here we have a late arid perhaps confused dualistic triad which, comprising of two figures and a mediator, compares with the original pattern that first set the trend for the whole Dragon Tradition. By looking at the various triads through history, it is possible to construct an apostolic succession of mythic gods-incarnate (High Priest-Kings) with a close descent



Dualism and Christianity

The various triads related to Monarchic Dualism include:

Odin Merlin Oberon Herne


Frey Thor Arthur Lancelot Robin Little John Robin Tuck

Arawn Kether Brahma Jehovah


Pwyll Hafdan Chokmah Binah Vishnu Shiva Christ Satan

Ra Isaac Joseph Aubrey


Osiris Set Jacob Esau Jesus James Robert John

Lucifer Anu Zirvan Chronos


Jesus Jehovah Enlil Enki Ormiad Ahriman Prometheus Zeus

The Figures:

  • Anu, Kether, Brahma = Mediation, Balance

  • Zirvan, Chronos, Lucifer, Odin, Merlin, Oberon, Herne, Arawn, Jehovah, Ra, Isaac, Joseph, Aubrey = Space-time, Potential

The Figures:

  • Enki, Ormuzd, Prometheus, Jesus, Frey, Arthur, Robin, Pwyll, Chokmah, Vishnu, Christ, Osiris, Esau, Jesus, Robert = Light, Kinesis, Expansion, Expression, Fire, Heat, Yes

The Figures:

  • Enlil, Ahriman, Zeus, Jehovah, Thor, Lancelot, Little John, Tuck, Hafdan, Binah, Shiva, Satan, Set, Jacob, James, John = Dark, Stasis, Contraction, Definition, Ice, Cold, No.

In the tradition associated with all of the foregoing examples bar one, the figures represent complementary forces that work together to produce the manifestation of Life. There being no such process as destruction, the apparently opposed forces work both in conflict and in harmony to produce change. In both are elements of the other, represented in the yin and yang symbol.

In the objective observation of these Processes of expansion and contraction we see movement and define this as Space-Time, a phenomena which arises from the dynamic interplay of forces, but also provides the setting or potential for their relationship to each other. In the mediatory sense both forces emanate from the one potential or balancing force, whilst the extent of the activity of either force is determined by the mass or extent of the potential itself

Ultimately the forces are impersonal and are beyond moral hypothesis. This being the case, in order to make them understandable and accessible, numerous esoteric philosophical expressions have been publicized in exoteric forms that were intended to enable people to get to grips with a few of the profound ideas being expressed.

Invariably the people, over the course of history, have responded by turning these ideas into "gods" and, instead of trying to understand them, they have anthropomorphized them and elected priests, whom they also later deified, to assist in their worship. Buddhism is an ideal example of this process. The Buddha Siddinarta, a royal brahmin, stated emphatically that there were no gods, only forces; so people turned Buddha into a god and worshipped him instead.

In the case of dualism, and in this last example, that of Catholic Christianity, the people have relatively recently decided, aided and abetted by unscrupulous christian priests, that the two opposing forces of Light and Dark must be either good or evil, because humans are, or so they would like us to think. Having had the forces anthropomorphized, it seems inconceivable that they could exist without some moral imperative and hence some kind of motive or raison d’etre.

The moral quality of either force seems governed by the consensus of religiously guided popular preference reinforced by propaganda. Likewise the expansion potential of either force in christianity is governed, not by natural law, but by the projected mass personal ambition or desire of the body of believers, that being for ease and security always. Which isn’t how the universe works, so the priests have modified people’s expectations by turning the forces of darkness into the arch enemies of the forces of light, meaning that people can’t always expect to be sat on the gravy train, because nasty old Satan, the enemy of all that is Good and Godly, is forever trying to upset the boat.


However, the priests have assured the righteously expectant that the God of Light, Jehovah, is ultimately all powerful and will defeat evil in the end. In which case, if this were true and there were such things as good and evil as morally motivated forces, as soon as the force of containment and definition, the dark force of so called evil - the big nasty NO - is finally vanquished by the Great and Good God of Light - the impetuous rampant YES - then the entire universe as we know it would expand and express itself without limit and without definition. Indeed if "God" were more powerful than "Satan" this would happen anyway and we would simply vanish in a puff of indefinability.

From the point of view of a religion based on motivation, in this case Fear, there is no point in saying that the forces are balanced, because balance implies that there is ideologically nothing to fight for.

If both forces define parameters and are in balance, then both are essential to the maintenance of life, and if this is the case, then neither can be sinful, and without sin, you don’t have a hook into the people or a big stick to beat them with.

The essential elements in the success of late christianity, as a way for a lazy minority to take control of a majority and their material resources with the least amount of effort, are fear and confusion. In a sense the way was already paved for ecclesiastical exploitation because sadly the majority of people are also either inherently lazy themselves or neurochemically inept and won’t or can’t think for themselves.

This generally being the case, and if it weren’t there wouldn’t be any politicians, understandably most folk just want to get on with their immediate lives and attend to the upkeep of their comfort zones, then the most they expect from religion, if anything, is to be assured that things can’t or won’t get any worse.

They welcome leaders, religious or otherwise, as a way of fobbing off the decision making process onto someone else. Arising from their ranks in about 300 AD there emerged in response, an equally inept and slothful group of freeloaders who saw an opportunity to get as much out of life as they could, for the least amount of personal effort, by virtue of the inbuilt incapacity or lethargy endemic within the population as a whole.

Because they were secure in the knowledge that the majority of people weren’t interested enough to figure out that they, the self appointed divines, were pulling a fast one, these early christian priests modified the philosophy of dualism to make it imbalanced and introduced the Gentile population to the concept of Mortal Sin, the Prince of Ultimate Evil and the surety of eternal suffering and damnation.

It is quite possible that many of them actually came to believe this themselves. This created a gap in the market, a gap characterized by new fears which, surprisingly enough, the parvenu priesthood of the nascent, exoteric form of the christian faith had the power to assuage, at a price.

This example of exoteric dualism with conscious, motivated forces, in the form of gods as anthropomorphizations of universal principles, owes its emergence to the same inherent laziness, indifference or incapacity of mind which is responsible for the decline of factual ancient history into the realm of myth.

Writing in 300 BC Euhermerus pointed out that the ancient gods and goddesses were originally great men and women of renown who had undergone the process of deification, which is shorthand for the process whereby a people forget the original plot and the finer detail of the stories from their past. This process, in which whole chunks of heritage are disregarded for one reason or another and have to be best- guessed by later generations, is called myth-making.

The ancient gods and goddesses were flesh and blood beings and the word ’god’ had altogether different connotations than the one it has now. In those ancient times the ’gods’, essentially the priest-kings and priestess-queens of the people, were responsible for a variety of functions, not less that of being the shepherds and teachers of their client tribes. In this capacity the ’gods’ performed plays or rituals in which they were expected to be the incarnate representatives of the forces they depicted in the rites they enacted for the edification or blessing of the people.

In the passage of time and in the absence of that standard of oral teaching that ensured that right up to the last millennium the Druids still didn’t worship "Gods", many other races came to believe that the priest-kings and priestess queens who incarnated the universal forces were in fact those forces themselves.

The net result of this process of forgetfulness being that the impersonal forces of the Cosmos and the elemental animistic, pantheistic forces of client tribes, took on the everyday characteristics of the priest-kings and priestess-queens.

They in turn became deified and secondarily associated with lower, animistic elementals because they had become identified with the forces they represented in a ritual context. This would have tended to occur amongst the laity particularly where these forces or elementals were being perceived in relation to the priesthood, as a result of the use of physiological, hallucinogenic drugs during ceremonies, for example.

Where the ancient, gnostic, Hermetic philosophy of dualism is concerned, this has generally become identified with the slightly later Cult of the Twin, precisely because of this mythic process. Whilst the fairy kings and queens have become associated with the dryads, sylphs and undines commonly associated with drug induced states and vice versa.

The primal dual forces of increase and decrease became confused with two ancient brothers, Enki and Enlil. One was a genial and amicable fellow who favored man, whilst the other detested human beings altogether. Both were God-Kings of the sort hereto described.

The friendly, helpful one - Enki, by a process of human projection, became associated with the force of increase and "Good" as one would expect given human nature, whilst the other Enlil, became hated and feared, ultimately to be likened to the force of decrease and "Evil". whilst the family and descendants of the two brothers remained aware of the fact that these two boys were not Cosmic Forces in themselves, other tribes and their descendants, on the other hand, developed, continued with and embellished upon the anthropomorphization.

These two brothers had a domestic squabble one day and as a consequence of this, several thousand years later, the Cosmos is described as being divided into two conflicting sections, one "Good" and one "Evil", according to ones tastes and expectations. Early on the two brothers had attracted two factions, each one demonizing the other.

The stronger, or it might be said the more fearful faction won the day and the so-called "Evil" brother, by this time a Cosmic Force, had been cast in the role of the God of Light, whilst the other, originally the nice helpful one, became in the minds of millions, the epitome of moral destitution and desolation.

  • The faction that thought Enki was a decent fellow were known as gnostics and some of them believed he was a transcendent God.

  • The factions that called Enki Satan and cast his misanthropic brother in the role of the transcendent God Jehovah, the God of Light were known as Jews and Catholics.

  • The faction that knew Enki was a granddad of theirs and not a God were called Druids and Witches,

  • The faction that knew that Enki’s grandson Jesus was a granddad of theirs and wasn’t a god either, were called Celtic Christians, Cathars, Albigensians and Witches.

Typical also of human nature, other than going after the main chance and the easy option, is to dislike being in error or backing the wrong horse. People want to be associated with winners and in pursuit of this aim it became necessary for one of these lately superannuated characters to become the stronger, ultimately victorious one. They also want scapegoats.

The only people who seemed particularly bothered by this were the Jews and later the orthodox christians, with their deliberately imbalanced interpretation of early christian doctrine. By a twist of fate the doctrinal perversion gained imperial sanction, for political expediency as much as anything else, and its somewhat pedestrian, grossly manipulative and opportunistic view of life became widely adopted, aided greatly by fire, the sword, threats of torture; and torture and death itself

Railing against such a view were the Manicheans, the Arians, the Nestorians and numerous other pre-Nicacan christians for whom Jesus, like Enki, with whom they identified Jesus, was not a god and nor was he the son of God. In the fullness of time however this inconvenient opposition was dealt with in the manner to which we have become accustomed, where the Catholics are concerned.

As a result the legacy of their religious ambition has left us with a lopsided form of monarchic dualism where Jehovah is God, Jesus is the Light and the reversed Satan or Enki, rather than being the essential facility of restraint, is instead the quintessential manifestation of absolute evil.

In christianity there can be no reconciliation and no compromise. The cult of Joy from Death has become the cult of the Fear of Death; and Satan, the weaker enemy of all that is "Good" will finally be crushed and obliterated at the end of time. The earlier forms of dualism, some represented in the other foregoing examples, even though sometimes they might have confused the issue and gone in for a bit of deification, generally understood Cosmic reciprocity and unity. For them each aspect of the Cosmos was related and reconciled with the other, forming an eternal and infinite whole.

Christianity however, stands alone in demanding that mankind believe in two unequal, bitter enemies who are not part of each other and do not work together or compliment each other. Supposedly therefore, as "God" is separate from his creation, so also is he separate from the Dark Side for whose creation, by their christian logic, being the superior being, he is ultimately responsible nevertheless.

Not only is such an attitude cowardly and irresponsible, for God’s minions deflect any blame for "evil" from their Master to another unattached, intentionally wicked entity and to those people who are weak enough to succumb to its temptations, but furthermore this attitude creates a religious mentality that is riddled with fear, bitterness and multiplicity. The truly sinister aspect of this whole situation however, is that the irresponsible and cowardly, divisive and paranoid, self-hating spirit of corruption which rests at the heart of christianity, does so with the express intention of its hierarchy, who are further committed to ensure that it remain there permanently. Without it, people cannot be controlled and without social control, the Catholic priesthood loses its free ride on the gravy train.

In Mithras we have an example of symbolic conflict in dualism which intends that in the destruction of one principle by another, the two may be united and together transcend. The same dynamic is found in the story of Morgan Ia Fey and Holger Dansk and the whole point about dualism on the personal level is not one of exacerbating strife or perpetuating violence, as it is in post-Nicaean christianity, but of healing it and going beyond the very elements of human perception that cause it in the first place.


In this respect the dualism of the Draconian Fairy culture and all its collateral branches demonstrates a far earlier origin than that of modern imbalanced, post imperial christian dualism. In tracing a line of blood descent for the Fairy Race, we also trace a line of apostolic succession for its original Magean, dualist prince-priesthood, a line with many collateral family branches.

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