Hypothetical

Odin sacrificed his eye for knowledge. He threw it into the water. Our consciousness is that eye, observing these bodies, these minds, becoming more wise and obtaining more knowledge. The higher self, higher aspect is Odin One eye, which is related to Mercury, servant under Saturn/Binah?

Hence all the one eye symbolism you see all the time. Odin assisted in creating humans alongside Lodur (most likely Loki).
What if our pineal gland is the receiver for Odin's consciousness?

There's something significant about Mercury and I think this is it.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    These gods are all just people who once existed and accomplished wonderous things or discovered high concepts. They're not beings capable of creating the world, life, or anything else. Mercury is the deification of a very, very ancient man who received wisdom from the One, or whatever you want to call the thing that began and surrounds all of reality as we understand it. Odin was a man who did the same thing, or at least something similar. You shouldn't be looking for ways to put them above yourself, you should be looking for ways to uncover the wisdom they uncovered. Don't literally cut your eye out, though.

  2. 2 months ago
    Bisquik

    Loki is Odin's eye and the relationship of the situation is rather obvious.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting. I'm not super familiar with Norse mythology, could you elaborate on why you think this? I think you may be onto something.

  3. 2 months ago
    nobody

    >odin conciousness
    >servent to saturn binah
    you have to go back

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I copy-pasted some shit I was brainstorming. I was thinking of the connection between binah and hod in the sephiroth.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did you notice how in the passion of the christ jesus right eye is swollen shut? This is a myth. They thought jesus was odin. The crucifixion begins with a rooster crowe as does ragnarok. Our word god literally stems from odin. Its old german gotte from gotan from wotan which is odin

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Odin shares parallels with Semjaza, the watcher from the book of Enoch. Hanging upside down in the constellation of Orion, one eye open, then you have Odin one eye hanging from the tree. I don't know the whole myth but there are parallels.

      Semjazah might be Betelgeuse.

      I wonder what role Odin plays in the Bible. I don't think he's Yahweh, right? Jesus is associated with Mercury in the Mandaen religion. So fricking confusing.

      Goat. You think that stems from the same root?

      The reverse of God is dog. Might be Xolotl, evening star. Shalim? Yryshalim, Jerusalem, "foundation of Shalim"(evening star).

      I'm just brainstorming. There are connections everywhere.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        This is moronic.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          That or I'm onto something. You have no fricking clue, everything's been so distorted.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're not onto something, you're just tossing shit around and trying to connect things that don't need to be connected. All you're doing is confusing yourself when you could be spending this time actually accruing knowledge about the topics you're kicking around.

            >The reverse of God is dog.

            Seriously, this is nonsense. If you're on drugs, stop doing them.

            >Our word god literally stems from odin. Its old german gotte from gotan from wotan which is odin

            This is just verifiably false. Gott comes from the proto-Germanic 'guda', which comes from the PIE 'ghutos'. No relation to Wotan, which ultimately stems from teh PIE 'weht', which basically means 'excitement', in the manic sense.

          • 2 months ago
            Bisquik

            >Seriously, this is nonsense. If you're on drugs, stop doing them.

            Judges 7:5. I know which group you'd belong to.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Do you?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >This is just verifiably false. Gott comes from the proto-Germanic 'guda', which comes

            Lies lies all lies ive done the research I see someone's been busy changing the search results dictionary definitions and history. God most closely comes from old german gotte which is steming from gotan which is wotan which is odin. God is also directly related to the word good and also to get as in begotten or even forget (the bible says god can forget sins)

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >phoneposter can't go further than a surface level google search for his knowledge
            Many such cases.

            Do you not know that our language is designed to interconnect with things that seemingly have no relation? Government means 'mind control' for one thing.

            It wouldn't surprise me to learn that dog was purposefuly standardised because it is the reverse of god.

            Dogs are associated with the underworld in many cultures so it makes sense that dog would be the opposite of god. You have Anubis, Xolotl, Led Zeppelin referencing black dogs, probably relating to Sirius B or canis major or some shit. I don't know, but let your intuition guide you, then you can get all analytical and left brained with it.

            >Do you not know that our language is designed to interconnect with things that seemingly have no relation?
            It's not designed, it evolved naturally through its usage overtime and intersection with other cultures and languages. God and dog don't share any etymological root, they're completely unrelated words.

            >Guda is proto germanic god. It stems from gotte as well.
            >Proto-Germanic word stems from later Germanic word
            Why are you people like this? You're revealing the truth of your lie within the lie itself.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It is designed in the sense that certain wording is proposed and enforced by people who seek to control humanity.
            Same thing with children's stories and in music. You 'fire' someone from their job. Where does that come from? Something relating to the element of fire probably, right? Job relates to the torment of Job in the bible. Eye-I. There are so many examples but they've escaped me. To be light like light, is to be loose (latin: lucem, luce) without weight.
            Amen comes from Amun.
            Panic comes from Pan. Pandemonium.

            Baby likely comes from the Hebrew word 'babal', meaning "confused."
            All or most language is code. It's engineered by people with the ability to manipulate. And also, all languages share a stronger root than we're being told.

          • 2 months ago
            Boba fett

            I dont have time to teach language to your dumbass

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Do you not know that our language is designed to interconnect with things that seemingly have no relation? Government means 'mind control' for one thing.

            It wouldn't surprise me to learn that dog was purposefuly standardised because it is the reverse of god.

            Dogs are associated with the underworld in many cultures so it makes sense that dog would be the opposite of god. You have Anubis, Xolotl, Led Zeppelin referencing black dogs, probably relating to Sirius B or canis major or some shit. I don't know, but let your intuition guide you, then you can get all analytical and left brained with it.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Dogs are faithful and loyal too. They are the best animal to have in a survival situation

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah, they're psychopomps for the souls of the dead, like Odin. Not saying it's connected but it's interesting.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/ICdjvxy.jpg

            >This is just verifiably false. Gott comes from the proto-Germanic 'guda', which comes

            Lies lies all lies ive done the research I see someone's been busy changing the search results dictionary definitions and history. God most closely comes from old german gotte which is steming from gotan which is wotan which is odin. God is also directly related to the word good and also to get as in begotten or even forget (the bible says god can forget sins)

            Heres a better one. Guda is proto germanic god. It stems from gotte as well. Before we said god we said guda (like good) and before that gotte as i stated.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Forgot pic

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            the frick are you expecting form morons here on /x/? their ability to recognize patterns is fricked

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The thing you gotta realize about evil is it always plagiarizes the good and tries to steal identities

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It has reincarnation symbolism on top of that as well. Wotan giving his "eye" doubles as his "I." His Ich, Himself to Himself given. Hanging for nine nights is embodying the development of the baby within the womb. The Runes, in part, are ancestral heritage and blood memory. Sacred knowledge that returns with (You) again and again.
    >What if our pineal gland is the receiver for Odin's consciousness?
    This is not entirely inaccurate. Odin/Wotan was very much connected to states of mind. His name meaning things like inspiration, poetry, frenzy, Mad One, to be insane, to rage. His original name (that we know of, currently), Wōđanaz, means 'Leader of the Possessed.' He is absolutely connected to altered, enlightened states. Wotan stands unique among other God-Kings as a shaman figure.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Odin is ME. It is Us. It is I. It is guidance. Chaos and order. The light in the darkness. The science behind the seance. The window to the soul is the eye revealing who I truly am, the soul of Man, God of mortality and wisdom.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Heil wis thu, Wotan.
    >Verification not required.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Odin aka hermes aka thoth aka the hat man. He used to appear to me when I was a kid.
    I think he was signaling me to search for divine truth about consciousness. He was planting a seed to let me know there is more to this realm than most people can see.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Bingo.

      I believe the exact same thing.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Read the corpus hermeticum. some of its message might be interesting to you. Allegedly written by Hermes/Mercury.
        The purpose of life is to achieve Gnosis.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yuh.

          I own the Hermetica. Same thing?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Read the corpus hermeticum. some of its message might be interesting to you. Allegedly written by Hermes/Mercury.
            The purpose of life is to achieve Gnosis.

            Is there such thing as Hermetic theurgy? I would love to see what his practice for working with the Gods was like

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Hermetica
            Corpus Hermetica is part of the Hermetica and is one of the oldest writings that are attributed to Hermes. It is more of a religious philosophy set of letters that include of a description of the creation of the universe, The Poemandres.

            Others books dealing with magic and alchemy were written much later, and I don't personally think they are really related to Hermes.

            http://gnosis.org/library/hermet.htm

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    My own understanding is that after sacrificing his eye, Odin no longer sees things from two subjective points of view, he sees things clearly as they are, with his one objective eye.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      here is the original better version.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    lothur was heimdall. hoenir is sun, his feathers are sunbeams, heimdall is moon, his wool is moonlight, woven by the seithr workers.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    from a more grounded persepctive: one does need both eyes to see stereoscopically, see depth. look at a tree and close one eyes, the tree becomes flat bc your brain cant perceive 3d without the other eye.
    odin received high knowledge but sacrificed his ability to see perspective, thus he only can assess things that are directly in front of him instead of changing his view. maybe its a metaphor for becoming a warrior, one doesnt dwell in hypotheticals anymore but only sees what is relevant in the current situation. the knowledge he received was concerning his life goals, thus he did not have to guess the direction of his path henceforth but only actually walk it from that moment on.

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