By Nicholas E. Brink Ph.D., Stanley Krippner Ph.D.
Use ecstatic trance to trip to the time of Beowulf and research first hand the traditional magic of the early Nordic humans
• finds a hidden aspect to the epic of Beowulf in the course of the point of view of Queen Wealhtheow
• exhibits how Grendel revered and wouldn't damage Queen Wealhtheow simply because she practiced the traditional magic of the mummy Goddess Freyja
• Explains how the magic practices of Queen Wealhtheow offer a blueprint for our emergence from the warlike nature of the previous millennia right into a time of peace and compassion for our nice mom Earth
Using the altered kingdom of ecstatic trance to entry the thoughts of the common brain, Nicholas verge of collapse takes us again to old Scandinavia, to the time of the epic of Beowulf, the oldest piece of literature written within the English language. Sharing his ecstatic trance ideas alongside the way in which, his trip permits us to re-experience the existence and shamanic practices of Queen Wealhtheow, the spouse of King Hrothgar, the king rescued by way of Beowulf from the torment of the monster Grendel.
Revealing a hidden aspect to the epic of Beowulf, verge of collapse information how Grendel revered and wouldn't damage Queen Wealhtheow and her instructor Vanadisdottir, a priestess of the goddess Freyja, for they practiced the traditional magic of the sooner hunter-gatherer period while the nice mom Earth used to be worshipped. during the queen the peaceable and compassionate traditions of this period have been changing into forgotten, succumbing to settlements, kingdoms, and territorial disputes. We achieve first-person event of Wealhtheow and Vanadisdottir’s veneration of the nice mom and the traditional magic of the early Nordic humans as practiced through the seiðr staff, seers, and spirit tourists, the shamans of the time. those practices comprise divination throughout the goddess Freyr, contacting endure spirits, and spirit visiting to numerous nation-states.
As we adventure our personal time of transition and turmoil very like that of Beowulf’s time, Nicholas verge of collapse finds how the unique magic of our ancestors, as practiced through Queen Wealhtheow, offers a blueprint for our emergence from the warlike nature of the previous right into a time of peace and compassion for our nice mom Earth.
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Extra resources for Beowulf's Ecstatic Trance Magic: Accessing the Archaic Powers of the Universal Mind
She thanked Moðir and left the cave to continue on her way. She was in an open meadow and had no place to hide when she saw a spear land not far from her. She disappeared into the woods, where she was most comfortable during the day. They again welcomed her warmly, as she knew they would. She found Thord, the son who had lost his ear and eye to an outlaw’s sword, pacing in anger and frustration. He had lost his prize ram and had just heard that another nearby farmer had lost a ram too. He felt powerless to go after the outlaws.
It was Skadi, Thiazi’s daughter, who then became Njord’s wife, but that is another story. She brought them the news that they had feared: Heorogar and Olfdene would fall in battle. Her vision suggested that their deaths would come later in the autumn. Spirits were high with such preparedness for the coming winter. One day not long after the harvest, when the sky was blue and the sea calm, Olaf decided to make the journey across the narrow straits to Denmark, to visit King Healfdene. When they arrived at the harbor the sky was still blue and the sea calm.
The prince had promised to come home the following spring, so he likely had already embarked on his way home by now, Healfdene optimistically added. Then Sigrid told the king about the visit by Olaf and the sad vision of Olaf’s priestess. Though he commiserated with his wife in her grief, he rationalized by telling himself that Vanadisdottir was a priestess of Freyja and he did not believe in the supremacy of that goddess, so the priestess could very well be wrong and Heorogar might very well return despite her prediction.