Category: Texts

From Ystad’s book

I was paging through Frimurerne i Vikingtiden and decided to see if I could find some of Ystad’s images to reproduce for you with Ystad’s text....

From times immemorial

There is this Flemish Freemason, who writes about Freemasonry and heathenry. There is a problem though. His books are not for the general public… In...

Saint John

Another month and there will be another summer solstice. The day will be at its longest. Freemasons celebrate the longest day and longest night (winter...

Concluding remarks

It therefor appears, that with masonic usages there is a large number, that have a striking resemblance with those of Heathen-cultic societies, and also with...

Looking back and compare.

Some 15 years ago I got involved in contemporary heathenry. Some 2½ years ago I was initiated into a Masonic lodge. Time for a comparison?...

Norse myth and mysteries

Johan Ernst Jasper (1874-1945) was a Freemason who lived in Dutch occupied Indonesia and who died in a Japanese camp during WWII. He wrote extensively...

Odal

On the right you can see a page from the book Zinnebeelden in Nederland by W. van Heemskerck Düker and H. van Houten (1943). The word “zinnebeeld”...

Frimurerne I Vikingtiden

A couple of months ago there was a tiny stir in the ‘social world’ about a Norwegian book about “Freemasonry In Viking Times” by the...

Bronze age apron?

An image I stole from the website of the Ullensaker museum. The image is a bronze age figure wearing what looks like an apron with runes....

World pillar with a net

Thereafter they voyaged till they found a great silvern column. It had four sides, and the width of each of these sides was two oar-strokes...