** Secrets of The Black Awakening: Part IV – THE GREEN MAN
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EUROPE HAS ALWAYS BEEN an ornament of the world and a blend of rich ethnicity, religions, styles and cultures. The land however is also fortified by centuries of blood spilled during ancient battles and feudal clashes. The gods and goddesses of Celtic, Gaul and Frankish myths are not entirely dissimilar from their relatives from distant times and lands, and the records of brutal bloodlust describe a proportional increase in numbers, albeit via increased sophistication of weaponry, contrary to “evolutionary” social progress.
The explanation of course, lies in the acknowledgement of two factors:
1) An existing ‘indwelling’ of hostile presences and
2) A fallen and susceptible humanity, coexisting with the latter unaware in great part, of the dominion and resolve of the former.
The ancient landlords have never discontinued their debauchery. They accept their burnt sacrifices from a new congregation of initiates, commanding and demanding worship and ritual, cleverly insinuating their thirst while fully assimilated in contemporary garb; dressed to the nines, as it were.
In Green Man: The Archetype of our Oneness with the Earth, William Anderson asserts that “The Green Man” may have been the inspiration for the enthusiasm of medieval artisans. In fact, J.K. Rowling describes her Harry Potter character, Hagrid, as the “modern version of the Green Man, being one of the foundational cast” :
He was sort of his guardian and his guide … And now I wanted Hagrid to be the one to lead Harry out of the forest.”He was also one of the first characters to imply that the idea of thinking of wizards as “pure-bloods” and “Half-bloods”is a dated concept.
“…There are legends of him (Khidr) in which, likeOsiris, he is dismembered and reborn; and prophecies connecting him, like the Green Man, with the end of time. His name means the Green One or Verdant One, he is the voice of inspiration to the aspirant and committed artist. He can come as a white light or the gleam on a blade of grass, but more often as an inner mood. The sign of his presence is the ability to work or experience with tireless enthusiasm beyond one’s normal capacities. In this there may be a link across cultures…”
Again, a consistency of ritual practice seems to have prevailed in many areas of Europe’s ‘sacred places.’ The areas of the Sudeten Mountains, Externsteine (picture to the left), the Teutoburg Forest, and the caves and grottoes of Lascaux, Normandy and the Mountains of the Pyranees and Jura. have all yielded significant evidence of ancient human ritual and crematory sacrifice: ashes, altars and unusual but consistent burial practices, particularly along the geodetic holy lines and the “high places” specifically forbidden by God.
The increased level of geologic activity is revealing ancient structures on land masses and under the sea. Covered by millennia of growth and formerly believed to be mountains, both natural and man are exposing not only evidence of structures of enormous size, high technical ability, and global commerce, but inhabitants of massive size, with obviously corresponding ability and skill.
The concept of multiple global cataclysms, most recently the planetary flood of Genesis 7, is recorded Biblically to have destroyed all that was “on the face of the ground,” but little is said about the enormous world beneath the surface. Four books of the canonical text describe life, “under the earth,” as being subject to judgment. Why is it then that we have such difficulty accepting an underworld, and an abyss?
More disturbing however, is the volume of evidence presented by the examination of caves and caverns of the world. These incredible labyrinths meander beneath land and ocean yet their construction, like many ancient structures, cannot be duplicated today. Even more troubling is the incredible heights of many of the cave systems. Caverns are by nature expansive, but why would it be necessary to construct caves of such height, nine or even 15 feet – far greater than the height of contemporary man?
Folklore, nursery rhymes and legends will allow our minds to picture what, “man in his heart” desires, but in Ezekiel we learn of “terror in the land of the living,” and also the Divine mercy with which we have been sheltered: “I shall bring thee down with them that descend into the pit, with the people of old time, and shall set thee in the low parts of the earth, in places desolate of old, with them that go down to the pit, that thou not be inhabited; and I shall set glory in the land of the living.” Ez. 26, 32
William Henry Black recognized the patterns of “holy lines,” affirming that “[m]onuments exist marking grand geometrical lines which cover the whole of Western Europe.” This “whole” includes the ancient land of Albion (ancient name for the island of Great Britain), where the megaliths, circles, mounds and drawings of Glastonbury, Avebury, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Wilmington have all, within the past ten years, yielded speculation of a strong practice of ritualistic incineraton in addition to their commonly assigned astronomical alignments.
Complete article ==> Secrets of The Black Awakening – Part IV: THE GREEN MAN
Sue Bradley, November, 2008 ©PID News