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In recent weeks I have been battling with Nazi sorcerers on the astral plane as I sought out the Final Secrets of Hitler's 2012 plan. After a prolonged psychic contest I've emerged victorious over the "supermen" guarding the SS vaults in the Hollow Earth. These penultimate revelations are now being mixed into my magnum opus, energizing my 4D engine with unexpected manna. For the moment I am focused solely on the most important file in Hitler's secret stash, involving the Norse Goddess Freyja, after whom our Friday is named.

Encyclopedia Mythica says:

She is the daughter of the god Njord, and the sister of Freyr. Later she married the mysterious god Od (probably another form of Odin), who disappeared. When she mourned for her lost husband, her tears changed into gold. Her attributes are the precious necklace of the Brisings, which she obtained by sleeping with four dwarfs, a cloak (or skin) of bird feathers, which allows its wearer to change into a falcon, and a chariot pulled by two cats. Freya lives in the beautiful palace Folkvang ("field of folk"), a place where love songs are always played, and her hall is Sessrumnir. She divides the slain warriors with Odin: one half goes to her palace, while the other half goes to Valhalla. Women also go to her hall.

Now for me personally the connection to her sleeping with the four dwarfs is huge, because I have already met the dwarves in question in 2006. They are collectively called the Cabiri and their individual names of North, South, East and West have literally defined our sense of direction as a species. And there is also the connection that Freya has to the Elves and fairies. But this is all well known, and not of real interest to me now. What matters involves her role of sharing the dead with Odin. Consider the following picture and caption from this lovely site dedicated to the Goddess:

Freya defending one of her priestesses from the Death Goddess Hel

Freya is in many ways, the natural enemy of Hel. As the Goddess of Life and Love, Freya is the Lady of Sessrymnir, where the noble dead go. Hel is the Mistress of the Realm of the Dead where folks who don't die nobly must languish until the end of the world.


At wikipedia, the following is given about Freyja's role in the Norse afterlife:

Freyja and her afterlife field Fólkvangr, where she receives half of the slain, has been theorized as connected to the valkyries. Scholar Britt-Mari Näsström points out the description in Gylfaginning where it is said of Freyja that "whenever she rides into battle she takes half of the slain," and interprets Fólkvangr as "the field of the Warriors". Näsström notes that, just like Odin, Freyja receives slain heroes who have died on the battlefield, and that her house is Sessrumnir (which she translates as "filled with many seats"), a dwelling that Näsström posits likely fills the same function as Valhalla. Näsström comments that "still, we must ask why there are two heroic paradises in the Old Norse view of afterlife. It might possibly be a consequence of different forms of initiation of warriors, where one part seemed to have belonged to Óðinn and the other to Freyja. These examples indicate that Freyja was a war-goddess, and she even appears as a valkyrie, literally 'the one who chooses the slain'."

Hitler's secret file contains special notes about Freyja's role opposing Hela or Hel, who is (in case you don't know) the main Goddess that the Nazis worship. Hel grins at you from the SS death head symbol.

Anyway, Freyja's homebase is specifically mentioned in Hitler's notes as being the repository of the ultimate treasure. The key clue is found in the following bit of lore regarding the hall, which Wiki confirms:

In Norse mythology, Sessrúmnir (Old Norse "seat-room"[1] or "seat-roomer"[2]) is both the goddess Freyja's hall located in Fólkvangr, a field where Freyja receives half of those who die in battle, and also the name of a ship. Both the hall and the ship are attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholarly theories have been proposed regarding a potential relation between the hall and the ship.

Freyja is the leader of a "light mothers" force opposing the "dark mothers" faction led by Hela. We must remember that Odin/Wotan has been partnered with Hitler since the 1920s and the hall of Valhalla is where the SS hoped to ascend. Meanwhile, Hela's realm of Niflheim was brought up into our world via the occult gateways known as the Death Camps and through the war Hitler almost succeeded in claiming Midgard and turning the entire world into the Reich.

The battle against the Nazis continues, despite their apparent defeat on this plane, and the main focus of their plan now is breaking into Sessrúmnir and retreiving the treasure before 2012. Luckily, they can no longer stop me from getting there first. I am right now on the telepathic line with Goddess Freyja and my request for an audience has just been approved. Her valkyrie will be arriving any minute.

So before I go I must tell you what was scribbled madly in the secret Ragnarok file: "The essence of Freyja's power is that her stationary hall in eternity is also a ship moving through infinity."

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