Myths and Cultures—Viking Gods
If we care to go back a few thousand years to the men of the North in the age of the Vikings, we can look at the four most popular Gods in their mythology. I have traveled in those lands periodically, and I have heard many of their myths. They are exactly the same stories as the Aborigines tell in Australia, the land of the South on the opposite end of the planet. These Gods of the North are Wyrd, Odin, Thor, and Frey (various ways of spelling), and the myths of their journeys and explorations were handed down from father to son, and from tribe to tribe.
Now let us look at those four names – or thoughts – and hear my explanation as to how they have been presented to us. From the word (Wyrd) comes the ode, a poem or celebration, (Odin) to open the door (Thor) to freedom (Frey). Now isn’t this what we all wish to acclaim for ourselves? Every human attains God consciousness (higher state of thinking) when we have realized that we are the earth, and we are also living the stories that were written before us.
Excerpt from: O.M. Kelly, Decoding the Mind of God (O.M. Kelly is also known as Omni), Book VII: Book of Thought, Chapter 25, The Metaphysical Language of the Bible, Myths, and Cultures. Published by Balboa Press. Purchase Decoding the Mind of God, Book/E-Book: click link to Balboa Press website. For more information please visit Omni’s website, www.elanea.com, click link
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