30 Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar

Do we know who Huginn and Muninn are?
Enlightened men, living Valhöll, einherjar.
Enjoy here great knowledge – you most likely never heard before.

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Huginn and Muninn

New 2021 edition
FREE e-book on ISSUU – The Profundity of Edda – – Ný sýn á Eddu – Book 30 of 40
Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar – Icelandic and English – side by side – in one and the same book
2021 edition

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yogin and munih-Is it not comical for a god to keep ravens as pets?
-Yes, myths are all fun. But even more fun to understand the allegory and symbolic language and discover the hidden meaning.

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Pitch for Huginn Muninn Valhöll einherjar 1 min 34 sec:

The text for 1 minute pitch Huginn Muninn Valhöll einherjar  (above):
30 Huginn Muninn Valhöll einherjar

Now what would Huginn and Munnin be? Ravens? Real black feathered ravens living with a real Óðinn in his real halls?  What is Valhöll?  Who are einherjar? I bet you have got it all wrong due to all-wrong interpretations from scholars and others who claim to know all this stupidity of our primitive forefathers. Huginn is a yogi, Muninn is a munih, enlightened living men.
Have you ever heard of a man living higher states of consciousness, being enlightened? Huginn and Muninn are enlightened men living in Valhöll the hall of the enlightened einherjar, fully alive. There are _states_, or stages, of consciousness each one clearly distinct from the others. We all know waking, sleeping in deep sleep, and the dreaming state. But far too few of us know that 4th one, transcending. That is easy to try out; we only learn the easy technique. See TM.org.
We can get some explanation of the higher states, but we will not fully understand until we get there ourselves.  It’ll come in time.

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Huginn and Muninn

New 2021 edition
FREE e-book on ISSUU – The Profundity of Edda – – Ný sýn á Eddu – Book 30 of 40
Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar – Icelandic and English – side by side – in one and the same book
2021 edition

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English 2014 edition
The complete book Óðsmál – Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar (30 of 40) on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir 32 min 48 sec
Note: 2014 edition

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Icelandic 2014 edition
The complete book Óðsmál – Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar (30 of 40) on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir 35 min 00 sec
Note: 2014 edition

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More to ponder on:

* lots of words and word-stems in ancient Norse culture are derived from Sanskrit
* are there other similarities found between the two traditions?
–note: Veda are these four: rigved (samhita, ginnungagap;
–10 mandala of rigved: Prakriti earth water fire air space mind intellect I Purush)
–samaved (rishi óðinn), yajurved (devataa vili), atharvaveda (cchandas véi) — (Vedic literature are the other 36)
* can there occur a drastic confusion when we are trying to sort out and distinguish between:  1)on one hand the knowledge given by crude men living low states, and 2)on the other hand the pure knowledge conveyed by the enlightened ones?
* if yes, then tell me: do we not see the difference until we become enlightened ourselves?
* we only understand the stages, or states, of consciousness through which we have gone,
* we, for example, do see that animals understand differently/less that we do;
* we need to understand that the pure ones are explaining for us that which we do not understand until we get to know our pure consciousness ourselves
* we might well, though, listen to what they tell us about what awaits us all
* a technique, that really works for transcending, to get mind effortlessly to the least exited state, is a necessity
* lots of systems are around which only keep mind in the sphere of thoughts (the word meditation is wildly used)
* we shall have to know that those who offer mind-straining systems, (–i.e. not transcending at all–) can be really convincing, convinced themselves, and good salesmen
* when we speak about really transcending, mind is effortlessly seeking its origin, where there is not thought
* the term spirituality is often used by institutions (and individuals) for _thoughts_ about our higher inherent nature;
* do they know that pure consciousness is easily lived without any intermediaries, without these (expensive) so-called spiritual institutions?
* we should not worship the enlightened one, only learn what he is saying
* we can dearly love an enlightened man (both genders) for telling us, and he will love us for understanding
* we should not worship institutions, not confess belief in such worldly things
* can the words of the crude ones be termed as skáldfíflahlutur?  skáld(poet)-fífl(a silly man)-hlutur(share)
* referring to which myth about mjöður (mead of wisdom) and skáldfíflahlutur?  (note here Gunnlöð Hnitbjörg Kvasir
Bölverkur, Óðinn as an eagle, delivering wisdom into Ásgarður)
* isn’t it priceless that our spiritual heritage has been preserved?
* did Snorri write it on hide?
* is it possible that the “funny” symbolic language, which was not understood, actually saved forni siður (our ancient traditions) from being destroyed during the dark ages?
* was this primitive “junk” too funny and naïve to be dangerous to the new system?  Therefore not destroyed?
* was there a massive propaganda to belittle forni siður?
* is that still to be found?  (–not only brainwashed men, but also official institutions who are still at it?–)
* will there always be something to save Truth during dark ages?
* does the collective consciousness of nations get heightened during satyuga (good ages)?
* will understanding then be gained?
* Óðinn is an expert in disguises – he bears some 108 meaningful names
* have his many names a meaning conveying, truly and rationally, the plot and message in context of the particular poem or myth in which he appears?

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Til umhugsunar:

* ótal orð og orðstofnar í fornnorrænni menningu eiga rætur í sanskrít
* eru fleiri líkindi með forna sið okkar og vedabókmenntum?
— ath: veda eru þessar fjórar: rigveda (samhita, ginnungagap;
— 10 mandölur rigvedu prakríti jörð vatn eldur loft rúm hugur vitsmunir ek purush),
— samaveda (rishi, óðinn), yajurveda (devataa, vili), atharvaveda (cchandas,véi),
— vedabókmenntir eru aðrar/hinar 36
* er ekki svolítið villandi þegar við erum að reyna að greina milli 1)ósvinnra manna þekkingar (annars vegar) og 2)tærrar þekkingar hins uppljómaða (hins vegar)?
* ef jú, sjáum við ekki muninn fyrr en við uppljómumst sjálf?
* við skiljum aðeins þau þróunarstig sem við höfum farið í gegnum
* við sjáum t.d. að dýrin skilja öðru vísi (/minna) en við
* við þurfum að skilja að tærir menn eru að útskýra það sem við föttum ekki fyrr en við sjálf fáum reynzlu af tærri vitund
* en samt er gott að hlusta á lýsingu uppljómaðra á því sem bíður okkar;
* tækni sem í alvöru virkar til að sóast er nauðsyn, hitt er aðeins hugsanir
* vitum og vörumst að mikið er af loddurum sem við sjáum ekki í gegnum hellingur af yfirborðsaðferðum í gangi, og hellingur af misnotkun á hugtakinu andlegheit
* gætum okkur á að ekki er nóg að dýrðka þann uppljómaða sem kennir;
* dýrðkum eigi stofnanir né játum að heldur trú á svo veraldlegt
* má kalla ósvinnra manna skoðanir skáldfílfahlut?
* er ekki yndislegt að menningararfurinn okkar varðveittist?
* skyldi táknmálið sem ekki skildist hafa verið gott dulargervi?
* var þetta djönk of fyndið og barnalegt til að af því stafaði hætta fyrir nýja kerfið?
* var í gangi herferð til að gera lítið úr forna sið? eru leifar þessa enn?
* verður alltaf eitthvað sannleikanum til bjargar á myrkum öldum?
* hækkar þjóðanna vitundarstig á satyúgu? (sat-yúga = góðar aldir); kemur þá skilningurinn?
* Óðinn er snillingur í dulargervum – og ber 108 nöfn sem þarf að skilja í hverju og einu samhengi
* hafa hin ýmsu nöfn Óðins merkingu í rökréttu samhengi við kvæðið/goðsögnina sem hann kemur fyrir í
í hverri mynd/undir hverju nafni? segja nöfn (merking nafna) í goðsögnum mikið?

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30 Huginn Muninn Valhöll einherjar (book cover)2014 edition
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Huginn and Muninn

New 2021 edition
FREE e-book on ISSUU – The Profundity of Edda – – Ný sýn á Eddu – Book 30 of 40
Huginn Muninn Valhöll Einherjar – Icelandic and English – side by side – in one and the same book
2021 edition

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