I couldn’t help noticing the similarities of the two figures above. It will now be an introduction to this post about Norse «Mythology» and it’s opposite, and eternal enemy, Judaism.
On the postcard, which is really an antisemitic map of Europe, in an unusual angle, we can also see what is best known as the Star of David, even though David never had a star. What it really is, and also is known as, is the Star of Saturn. As below:
Or like here:
As we all know, Shabbath is the Holy day of the week in Judaism. What you may not know though, is that Shabbathai is an old Hebrew name for the planet Saturn. Saturday too, obviously has it’s name from the planet. The sixth day of the week is obviously the day of Saturn both in English and Hebrew. Samstag in German is also related to Sabbath.
«In ancient Hebrew, Saturn is called ‘Shabbathai’. Its angel is Cassiel. Its intelligence or beneficial spirit is Agiel (layga) and its spirit (darker aspect) is Zazel (lzaz) …« http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn
Watch this short movie and see that the desert-god from the three great religions known as Abrahamitic religions, Judaism, Islam and Judeo-Christianity, in fact is Saturn. Satan or Satur also got his name from Saturn. Which is obvious if you look at the picture(s) above. Or take a look at Moses as sculptured by Michelangelo. Moses is of course also a common denominator and great prophet in all three of the Abrahamitic religions. Michelangelo sculptured him with horns, as he should according to the Bible. It is written that he grew horns after he received the tablets with the Ten Commandments.
From «God»? I don’t think so…
Obviously there is a connection between Judaism, Jews and Saturn. One peoples God may also be another people’s Satan.
So, What has this got to do with Loki, the Jotun?
Well, Jotnar(Norse pl.of Jotun/Juden) are also called Thurses. Interestingly enough Thurs or Thurisaz is also a Germanic rune. A Thurs and a Jotun is the same and often translated into English as Giant. That may well be to not offend anyone.. Or were they once Giants?
Here is the Thurs rune:
So, what did our Norse/Germanic ancestors know about Jotnar/Thurses and the Rune named Thurs/Thurisaz?
If we look into Wikipedia we will find the answer, in an old Icelandic Rune-poem. Rune-poems were short poems to describe, and probably to remember or learn the runes. There are several poems for each rune, but this one shows the connection best. As we can see, it is the sign of Saturn:
ᚦ Þurs er kvenna kvöl
ok kletta búi
ok varðrúnar verr.
Thurs («Giant»[ew]) is torture of women
and husband of a giantess[Jewess]
Saturn’s thegn. [thegn=sign]
This Anlo-Saxon poem too, tells us something about the nature of Thurses/Jotnar, even though it doesn’t refer to Saturn:
ᚦ Ðorn byþ ðearle scearp;
ðegna gehwylcum anfeng ys yfyl,
ungemetum reþe manna gehwelcum,
ðe him mid resteð.
The thorn is exceedingly sharp,
an evil thing for any knight to touch,
uncommonly severe on all who sit among them
If you are Jew-wise and have read Norse «Mythology» you may have had a hunch already, of Loke and his kind. Just by the way he behaves himself. His trickery and his scheming. Ultimately the gods had to bind him.
I had an idea of this, and to me it is now, after the Saturn/shabbath connection, beyond all reasonable doubt that Jotun means the same as the German word Juden. The English word Giant should then, from now on, for all practical purposes be read as «Jew».
As Islam was not probably invented by the time Loki came into the mythology, Muslims too would probably qualify as Jotnar by our ancestors. As you see in the above film, they are worshiping Saturn too. And for all practical purposes they are Jews too. Neither are they nice to their women…
To round this off I may also add that Loki is named matronomically. i.e. he is named from his mother, Laufey (ref: Layga above as the spirit of Saturn) who is also called Nál. Loki is called Loki Laufeyson. Judaism is also inherited from the mother. Just as Loki’s last name.
Nál is the same as needle in English. A needle is also a kind of a thorn, if you think about it.
A needle may also be called a ring or a brooch. Ref. the rings of Saturn.
I therefore suspect that Laufey and Nál are old Norse names of the planet Saturn. Saturday in Norwegian is Laurdag. Probably also Laufey’s day. Saturn’s day, again.
Fárbauti, by the way, is the father of Loki in Norse «Mythology». Google it and see one of the places this name will take you….
Is this a coincidence or is there someone who knows more about «mythology» than what we are told? Hell to the no!