The Yggdrasil Report

Saturday, June 16, 2007

It's been about a month now but I still can't seem to figure this out. Any ideas? Anyone still there?

6 Comments:

Blogger Jeffrey said...

I'm still here Hermod. I know it's been a while since anyone posted, but I guess that everyone has been trying to figure out the same information that you have been pondering. Are you sure that you don't have any other information from your job at Heimdall that could be of use to us? Any new developments with the Spear?

3:42 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

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9:23 AM  
Blogger Cole said...

I may be stating the obvious, but the subject matter of the poem is of the Gjallarhorn.

The picture above the poem is an image taken from an 18th Century Icelandic manuscript entitled "NKS 1867 4to", where the Gjallarhorn is detailed as being the horn blown to signal the beginning of Ragnarok, or the end of the cosmos in Norse mythology. Norse mythology states the existence of nine worlds, all of which are destroyed when the Gjallarhorn is blown for a rebirth. Could these be the nine worlds your father and Ragnarsson's research uncovered?

It is also interesting to note that the individual who blows the horn is named Heimdallr, which is too close to Heimdall to be coincidence, wouldn't you agree?

10:05 PM  
Blogger Richard said...

Hey Hermod...I just found this blog. Think you could describe the spear? Or, if at all possible, provide us with a picture? Considering the nature of what Cole put...the spear has me very worried.

7:41 AM  
Blogger Richard said...

Hermod, my friend, I've just gone over all the information you've given us as well as the information on Pennyworth's site and I have some bad news for you. It seems as though you father, Dr. Rangnaross, and yourself have somehow all ended up wrapped up in what in Norse mythology is called Ragnorok. In other words...the end of the world. Last month on the 14th on the odinanova site (link to it can be found in other comments) a transmission stated that "they" got the hammer and that ragnorok has begun. That means the clock is now ticking. The hammer, by the way, is the Mjolnir...the hammer used by the norse god, Thor. I do have other information for you and I'm going to get on aim tonight to talk to you about this. Needless to say, buddy, we're all in deep doodoo.

11:27 AM  
Blogger Pennyworth said...

shades of grey...

8:30 AM  

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