As I've researched this possible correspondence of Odin to Melkhisedek, some striking resemblances have emerged. For example, Odin is called "The Ancient Divine Ruler", he is a magi-priest, and he is affiliated also with the planet Jupiter (King Jupiter, says one of the rune poems), and Tsedek is the Hebrew name of Jupiter. He is also the God of Ecstasy and Poetry, which link him to "bread and wine". I think I'm not on shallow ground here.Nefastos wrote: ↑Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:38 pm
Yes. I wrote quite a lot about this in Argarizim. Sanat Kumara, the Eternal Young, is also dealt there under the kabbalistic name of Metatron, similarly called the Young. It doesn't make the topic any easier that Melkisedek and another iuventus, namely St. John the Younger (the evangelist) join to the same torrent of epithets, archetypes & heavenly offices.
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Ing was first amidst the East Danes so seen, until he went eastward over the sea. His wagon ran after. Thus the Heardings named that hero.