The first is the fylgja (plural is fylgjur) that are considered to be similar to the protective spirits of the Roman genii or Christian guardian angels. They are also related to the soul, fortune and destiny, and can be passed on to family members after death. “Flygja” means “follow”, but also “afterbirth” which could connect to “fulga” (“skin”).
The second is hamingja, which is unsurprisingly very similar to the fylgja. It seems a person with a hamingja was able to project a physical representation outside of the body. Alternatively, it appears they were able to change their shape. After death, the hamingja had the option of transferring to people outside their immediate family relations.
Regarding “reorienting Malkuth to Da'at” - I explained that fairly clumsily . “Da'at” means “knowledge”, of which the lower definition of dualistic knowledge applies to Malkuth and could therefore correspond to Midgard. The higher definition is non-dualistic knowledge and allows the unification of the 10 sephira. The process is typically understood as one of perception rather than literal macrocosmic apocalypse which is where I have to disagree with you, although perhaps paradoxically I strongly agree with your following statement.
Nefastos wrote:And thus the "mismade" field is in every possible formal point, and suffuses them all. In that way, these different interpretations might be all valid, depending on the point of the observer. All the fields of consciousness will be "mismade" at that point of summit when we're ready to absorb them back to that only that is "Good", namely, to the absolute spirit. In that way, the whole creation (Manvantara) is an act of self-immolation.