I was looking at 1st Thessalonians 5:4 recently and looked up the word for “travail” in the Greek. Lets look at the verse.
“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.”
Now something first came to mind when I read this verse. It was the “peace and safety” then “sudden destruction”. I didn’t know if this is relevant for this false sign of September 23rd (which is the 3rd day of 5778) but on September 21st (the first day of the year of 5778) the United Nations has a declared this day is the International Day of Peace. This isn’t something new but it seems to coincide with the 9/23 event.
“Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.The Day’s theme for 2017 is “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All.” The theme honours the spirit of TOGETHER, a global initiative that promotes respect, safety and dignity for everyone forced to flee their homes in search of a better life.”…On 15 September 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., the Secretary-General will celebrate the Day in the Peace Garden at United Nations Headquarters by ringing the Peace Bell and observing a minute of silence. United Nations Messengers of Peace will participate in the ceremony. The United Nations Education Outreach Section will hold a global student videoconference on the same day, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., also at United Nations Headquarters. (http://www.un.org/en/events/peaceday/)
Interesting enough, this year is called “Together for Peace” and is focusing on those who have to flee from their homes in search for a better life. In my opinion, this 9/23 date will eventually be the catalyst to get the ball rolling fur this sudden destruction once peace and safety is proclaimed. But that’s not what I want to talk about. This sudden destruction is compared to a woman in travail or birth pangs. Now I find it interesting that this word for travail in the Greek is “odin”. If you remember from my Asgardia article, Odin is represented as Wednesday hence he is connected to the Day of Mercury. Odin is also associated with Apollo, Nimrod and Osiris.
Now I’m not saying that this word travail is connected to the mythological Norse character Odin but it is the same word on Greek. And its strange that we have the United Nations peace and safety business connected to the false sign of 9/23. Now there seems to be a strange connection based off of the wording to Odin and a woman going through travail or birth pains with the false 9/23 sign. Is it a coincidence or maybe I’m just reading into it. It’s still strange. Lets look at a little history behind Odin.
“Before the beginning of time, before the great convulsion that gave birth to the universe and the nine worlds, there was always, the All-Father. The oldest of the Gods is the All-Father, and he is the unseen and the uncreated. He existed from the beginning of time and has many names. He is the God without a name and possesses many names. He is sometimes known as the Lord of Hosts, Lord of the Spear, Smiter, All-knowing, Fulfiller of wishes, Farspoken, Shaker, Burner, destroyer, Protector and Gelding. This last name refers to the Yggdrasill, the World-Tree, which means Odin’s horse. Odin rides his horse, the World-Tree, which means he rides himself because Odin is the All-Father born in the guise of the father of the Gods. The All-Father was known by the most ancient of our people, the original Aryans before they separated into many different tribes. His memory lived on among the Greeks, who called him Ouranos – the God of the Sky, who came to his wife in the night, Mother Earth, and covered her entirely, causing his son, Kronos to thrust free. And with his left-hand Kronos took a huge sickle and cut off Ouranus’ manhood, casting it behind his back. This is not unlike the evolution in the Norse religion where the All-Father is born as Buri, an androgynous entity, who gave life to Bor. Bor took a giantess as a wife (Mother Earth) and gave birth to Odin, Vili and Ve. These are just a few of the names he is known as.” (http://www.vrilology.org/in_the_beginning.htm)
You can see all these strange connections Odin has according to this Norse legend. He was also called Ouranos – the god of the sky- which would be Baal ie Lord of the Air. This correlates with Hubal/Sin/Lucifer. Now ouranus (οὐρανός) is also mentioned in the New Testament which means heaven. And according to that legend mentioned above, Kronos ie Saturn cuts off Ouranos’ manhood or his penis. This is reminescent of Osiris getting his penis cut off. Odin seems to have many names just like his altar egos do.
So we have a “woman (Virgo)” giving birth to a “child (Jupiter)” on 9/23 and this happens because of birth pains while they are crying peace and safety 2 days prior. So is a Odin type of character being “birthed” spiritually? Well what if I told you that Odin was called Jupiter according to some scholars? Now some believe Odin is connected to Jupiter. And this isn’t so far fetched because a few scholars have brought up this connection. Lets look at a few. “Odin is really coming from a WAY later tradition. On the same extend we have Roman writers mentioning celtic/norse believes but giving them Roman names (Jupiter/Odin, Herakles/Thor, etc.). Considering the attributes of Odin, he can be attached to Jupiter, Hades or Hermes.” (https://mythology.stackexchange.com/questions/2068/odins-counterpart/2071)
“Odin, where have you hidden the eye? In the greater Fountain of Mimir.” In ancient Norse and Germanic mythology, it was said that Odin sacrificed one of his eyes at Mímir’s spring in order to gain wisdom. Odin’s Teacher of the Runes is known as Mímir, the giant who lives in the roots of Yggdrasil, and guards the well to the spring of Mimir which was the source of all knowledge. After the sacrifice of his eye, Odin then drank the water from the well to then become the wisest of gods and men…the name Odin gives us the words od (ad) and in. The meaning of ‘od (ad)’ is a power, energy and/or force that is said to pervade all throughout nature. This is why Odin is often called the AllFather. The meaning of the word ‘in’, would be the expressing movement with the result that someone or something becomes enclosed or surrounded by something else. Therefor, we can safely say that the meaning of the name Odin is “an energy, or force that encloses or surrounds all nature.”
The name of the giant who taught Odin, and the spring he had sacrificed his eye was called Mimir. In the etymology of the name Mimir (Mi and mir), we can discover the hidden meaning that goes right in line with the etymology of the name Odin. The name mimir is a Chaldaic-Hebrew word, meaning ” He who speaks with authority.” Mir is a title which is derived from the Arabic title Emir or Amir (Arabic: أمير). In Iran, mir has also been formally used as a high title of nobility and honor.
In the story of Odin and the sacrifice of his eye, it was said that forever thereafter, the God Odin with his one eye looks down from heaven upon the earth. I have found that this single eye of Odin points beyond all doubt to the planet Jupiter, who also looks down with the great red spot that the ancients had identified with their stories of one eye Gods. The planet Jupiter I have written about many times, detailing how the ancients had called this planet the King of the Heavens, Soul of the World, and Lord of the Universe.
“The One Eye of Odin, are simply esoteric myths about the planet Jupiter on the as above, and how the gods on the so below in these various cultures personify their Jupiter attributes of wisdom, truth, reason and the nobility that comes from being wise such as Odin and other famous royalty like King Solomon…The meaning of Odin sacrificing his eye for wisdom, is the story of how the world is ruled by Jupiter in which this planet pervades the as above heavens and so below earth, along with the as within humans who obtain wisdom, and on the as without which they attain earthly authority to become Gods, and nobility.” (http://gnosticwarrior.com/one-eye-of-odin.html)
Here are a few excerpts from “MYTHS OF THE NORSEMEN FROM THE EDDAS AND SAGAS” BY H. A. GUERBER. (1908). He is showing the connection to Odin and Jupiter.
“Jupiter and Odin Jupiter, like Odin, was the father of the gods, the god of victory, and a personiﬁcation of the universe. Hlids kialf, Allfather’s lofty throne, was no less exalted than Olympus or Ida, whence the Thunderer could observe all that was taking place; and Odin’s invincible spear Gungnir was as terror-inspiring as the thunderbolts brandished by his Greek prototype. The Northern deities feasted continually upon mead and boar’s ﬂesh, the drink and meat most suitable ‘to the inhabitants of a Northern climate, while the gods of Olympus pre ferred the nectar and ambrosia which formed their only sustenance. Twelve ]Esir sat in Odin’s council hall to deliberate over the wisest measures for the government of the world and men, and an equal number of gods assembled on the cloudy peak of Mount Olympus for a similar purpose. The Golden Age in Greece was a period of idyllic happiness, amid ever-ﬂowering groves and under balmy skies, while the Northern age of bliss was also a time when peace and innocence ﬂourished on the earth, and when evil was as yet entirely unknown.” (Page 346)
“Like Jupiter, Odin is always described as majestic and middle-aged, and both gods are regarded as the divine progenitors of royal races, for while the Hera clidae claimed Jupiter as their father, the Inglings, Skioldings, etc., held that Odin was the founder of their families. The most solemn oaths were sworn by Odin’s spear as well as by Jupiter’s footstool, and both gods rejoice in a multitude of names, all descriptive of the various phases of their nature and worship. Odin, like Jupiter, frequently visited the earth in disguise, to judge of the hospitable intentions of man kind, as in the story of Geirrod and Agnar, which resembles that of Philemon and Baucis. The aim was to encourage hospitality; therefore, in both stories, those who showed themselves humanely inclined are richly rewarded, and in the Northern myth the lesson is enforced by the punishment inﬂicted upon Geirrod, as the scalds believed in poetic justice and saw that it was carefully meted out. The contest of wit between Odin and Vafthrudnir has its parallel in the musical rivalry of Apollo and Marsyas, or in the test of skill between Minerva and Arachne. Odin further resembled Apollo in that he, too, was god of eloquence and poetry, and could win all hearts by means of his divine voice;” (Page 348)