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"Ich kann immer noch nicht glauben, was ich gesehen habe."   Another one of Otto Maier's weird diary entries for the year 1938 recounts the following: --- ENTRY 1 "Wednesday 20 April 1938 - I need to write this down it's still early morning and I still can't believe what I saw. What if there is...

We already mentioned Saga, now let's meet Frigg.  Frigg was one of the more widely worshipped Germanic goddesses, appearing in Scandinavia, Britain, and on the Continent. Snorri names her the foremost of the Asynjur, a group of goddesses described as being equal in holiness and authority to the male Aesir (Gylfaginning, ch....

In the Maier files puzzle and quest everything adds up to something and there are several intertwined layers that will eventually result in solving the Otto Maier enigma. One clue and deeper meaning can maybe be found in the history of Saga because a Saga records the history of a people's soul. Saga...

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Why should we bother to work with gods and goddesses in the first place? Almost every religion includes some form of mythology, from the earliest and most primitive practices to the more modern and “scientific” variants, which tend to disguise their myths as symbology or history. It is obvious that these god...

At Wild Mountain, Anfortas and the family of the Gral were still suffering their curious plight: to be sustained by the Gral, but stranded in the wasted land surrounding the mountain, unable to leave or share the Gral with the world outside. Anfortas’ pain was at its peak, and the wound stank...

Through his life in the Order of Chivalry, Parzival had faced many opponents, usually fighting in the cause of vengence or honor, but this challenge was different. In the East a champion appeared, a man ignorant of Christianity who desired love and fame - Feirefiss. His wealth and privilege were untold, far...

Honor demanded that Gawan, who had accomplished so much, must also avenge the murder of the husband of his true love, Orgeluse. The man who did this deed was King Gramoflanz, but he was protected by another knight whom fortune had designated to fight in his stead. Gawan engaged the unknown knight...

While Parzival resided with the hermit Trevrezent, his bosom companion (almost his double) Gawan pursued a good many amorous adventures and engaged in chivalric contests, which he always won. His love of ladies was without limits, so he went recklessly from one to another, never regretting a moment spent in passionate embrace....