Ar-Kan Rune-Lag

Ar-Kan Rune-Lag

Tuesday 13 May 2014

Woden Brotherhood

The Woden Brotherhood is the Inner Order of the Woden Folk-Religion and works with the Ar-Kan Rune-Lag together with the Hearth of Heruli which operates in the South Saxon Mark. This is being developed into an Cultic Oath-Brotherhood that will preserve the Inner Mysteries of the Woden Folk-Religion and will act as the Guardians of the Blood - the Blood Guard.

The Ar-Kan Rune-Lag is an evolving runic system, and develops the runes in accordance with the Saxon Mysteries (English Mysteries). This system carries on the tradition of Guido von List and the Armanen Orden but as a unique English system for the English Folk. It is thus essential that this is developed through an Inner Order - the Woden Brotherhood. I have shown what the name Ar-Kan Rune-Lag means, and this has to be understood as the means to the Resurrection of the Arya. This is an Aryan Runic System which is why I have referred to the Saxon Mysteries (the Saxons being the AEthlinga Caste or 'Noble Caste' i.e. the Arya).

Many years ago the original Woden's Folk Activists swore a blood-oath (using a drop of their own blood) on the WF Blood Flag, an oath that cannot be broken and has stood the test of time. This Blood Flag represents Woden's Folk itself and the Folk of Woden, given to us by Wulfgar of the Wolf's Head Hearth and which has the Edel-Rune (Odal-Rune) of the Blood & Soil stitched onto it. This is used only at the Ancestral Rite which has become a Folk-Tradition now.

The symbol of the Woden Brotherhood is the flower known as Edelweiss which is a white alpine flower whose name translates as 'Noble White' - a fitting symbol for our sacred blood struggle. The name itself is taken from the Edel-Rune which (as we have said) refers to Blood and Soil - the mystical link between the Blood of the Folk and the Soil of the Folkland. So we do have here, in this simple symbol, the mystical link between the Blood of our Folk through the Edel and also the essence of our race - the White Race. This is also a clever play-on-words for the German 'weiss' which means 'knowledge' (hence the English 'wise'), and thus Edel-Knowledge which refers to the Knowledge of the Ancestral Heritage. We have thus linked the Woden Brotherhood directly to the Blood Flag through this symbolism.

The 'Ancestral Heritage' can be seen as the Secrets of the Runes which are the key to the Blood-Memory and to the history of our Folk, going back to Thule-Scandi during the last Golden Age. The difference between the Ar-Kan Rune-Lag and the Armanen Runes is that we use the original 33 runes of the Frisian Rune-Row (Freya's Rune-Row) whereas Guido von List and the Armanen used a unique 18-Rune system he 'discovered' whilst recovering from a cataract operation which sent him blind. This, of course, hints to us that it was the god Wotan who guided him and gave to him this knowledge for the Folk. This certainly does not invalidate this as a rune-row because it was done through a mystical experience - indeed it makes it vastly more important since what we have of the old rune-meanings will not give us the full story. But the work of the Woden Brotherhood is to continue this tradition, and to bring into the light new Keys to the Mysteries of the Ancient Runes.

We shall now call the Ar-Kan Rune-Lag 33 rune-row by the name Saxon Runes since these are the Runes of the Arya and also contain the keys to the Resurrection of the Arya - what we call the Gral-Runes (Cweorth-Calc-Stan-Gar). These last four have no rune-meanings which is because they are transcendent runes - Gral Runes - that can have no meanings at a mundane level  but do have meanings at a higher spiritual level as the Gral-Runes. The last rune - Gar - which is the Spear of Woden - tells us that these are the 'Gift of Ing'. This rune represents the Sacred Centre and thus the rune-row is indeed the 'Gift of Ing'.

Since the Saxons worshipped the High God of the Arya  (Irmin/Arman) then they must (according to the Listian Tradition) represent the Armanen - the Priesthood. This must be so if von List is correct in his interpretation of the three castes, the Armanen being the Priesthood Caste, and thus the Ingvaeones being the farmer-provider caste (this fits with Sheaf-Ing as the bringer of agriculture). I have developed this further in the Saxons in England. This is why I have seen fit to move towards an Irminist Cult which would be a must to develop this idea further and create a true Woden Priesthood - even though this not be a form of centralised priesthood. Thus the change in role of the Woden Brotherhood in order to bring this about.

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