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Legend

Like in all ancient Norse myths codes and messages are hidden within. Mainstream scholars like us to believe that these myths are just simple stories to entertain or to describe natural phenomena our dumb forefathers were too ignorant to understand. But these tales are like riddles and intellectual challenges to be solved and contain real wisdom and knowledge. Ms. Jessie L....

As Otto Maier once stated that if a highly unlikely event is going to happen in a finite time, then many less unlikely events would occur in a shorter time.  Take the case of the Count Saint Germain. Frederick the Great (1712–1786) of Prussia called the Count of Saint-Germain the man who could not die, for as stated by the count,...

It is from the writings of one of the great magi of the Renaissance, Trithemius, that we learn the strange story of the Holy Vehm, the Secret Tribunal of Free Judges, founded by Charlemagne in 770. Secret ciphers and signs excludes the uninitiated. Trithemius was the abbot of Sponheim. Those initiates sometimes known as the secret Soldiers of Light.  Those...

The attentive reader of the first episodes of Maier files will have noticed that the tale once told by Rolf Dietrich and the history of Otto Maier are filled with powerful themes and images that might provide a clue to the real hidden mystery, among them: the Rose Trail (Troj de Reses), web of woven silk, the knights in the...

Bible quote from Book Exodus 22:18  "Don’t allow a female sorcerer to live." Most legends and history intertwine and are inclusive of many items woven into a subject. As already said in previous post yesterday (https://the.maier-files.com/have-a-nice-walpurgisnacht/), Walpurgis has many legends and stories very few which are true and have cost many innocent people their lives. If your garden or farm prospered...

It’s been said that Otto Maier headed to Pohjola. Maybe this was an astray for the powerful men who tried to track him down. Maybe it's just a clue or perhaps a code. But where’s Pohjola? Pohjola_ (poch'-yo-la) means the Northland something very  similar to Hyperborea. Far up in the ice-bound north, where the sun is almost invisible in winter, and where...

Deeper levels and meanings in tales not only transcend time, they also cross continents and cultures. These links and hidden meanings one can find best in original local tradition and folklore. One such link is the original French myth of Melusine, whose name is associated with honey. Her story recalls the Indian tradition whereby the royal lineage claimed to come...

The Amber Room is a world-famous chamber decorated in amber panels backed with gold leaf and mirrors, located in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg. Originally constructed in the 18th century in Prussia, the Amber Room disappeared during World War II and was recreated in 2003. Before the room was lost, it was considered an "Eighth Wonder...

IN THE ANCIENT FRENCH POEM of Oberon, “Huon de Bordeaux,” which has strong similarities not only to Wolfram’s epic but also to the German legends of Ornit and Wolfdietrich, Esclarmonde is the wife of King Huon de Bordeaux. Supported by Oberon, the King of the Faeries, in his struggle with his rebellious brother, Huon promises that after three years he...

We already mentioned Holle.  But there are still some extra tidbits about Frau Holda, Holle. The benevolent Holle from central Europe reigns the sky and the weather—when she shakes out her feather bed it snows, when she does her washing it rains, the fluffy white clouds are her linen things put out to bleach, and the gray clouds are her...