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Tidbits on the tale of Holle's kitten. There is a mountain in Hessen, Germany called the Meissner where one still can find traces of the central German goddess Holle, Holda or Helja. It's a place where her cult seems to have survived for a long time. There are roads going to the mountaintop and there are many hiking paths. Close to...

In its origine a rune is a puzzle and a mystery above all else. It is just later that the term is utilized to assign a letter or writing symbol. In antiquated times the term was undoubtedly used to assign an assortment of signs and symbols, of which only a certain codified group became the runestaves employed in writing natural...

The Occult Adepts of British Intelligence, Cecil Williamson continuation of previous post   –>  Did Crowley get involved in the interrogation of Rudolf Hess?   Another occultist who was supposed to have been involved in or connected to the Hess affair was Cecil Hugh Williamson, the founder of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic at Castletown on the Isle of Man that is now...

Holle: a nearly absolute power? A backstory Some tidbits about Holle Hella, Hel, known to all Germanic peoples, including the Goths as Hellarunester. A Gothic word for "witch" was Haljoruna. The name itself stems from a root meaning "to hide". The word Hellirunar describes people who ‘rune’ (Speak, sing, whisper) with Hel/Helja, the goddess and realm of the underworld. “Hell”, in its...

The Occult Players Continuation of post 1 The Occult Adepts of British Intelligence https://the.maier-files.com/the-occult-adepts-of-british-intelligence/ After Tom Driberg was brought in, he introduced Crowley to the writer of adventure, historical and ‘black magic’ thrillers Dennis Wheatley, whose wife worked as the transport administration officer for MI5. Wheatley was also personally recruited by Churchill to be part of a top-secret unit in the Cabinet...

What's so special about 12 and 13? There's always more than meets the eye. The number 12 symbolizes masculine solar rationality; 13 is very much connected with the Moon and old Goddess/feminine principle and intuition. The moon is by nature linked with womanhood as the length of the menstrual cycles are synced up with the waxing and waning of the moon, occurring...

In the occult scene of the late nineteenth and mid twentieth centuries, a black lodge was a term for occult orders and secret societies dedicated to the study and routine of evil magick. Many of the occult authors of this period treat the presence and activities of the Black Lodges as a matter of common knowledge, and discuss in detail...

The Hellirunar describes people who 'rune' (Speak, sing, whisper) with Hel/Helja, the goddess and realm of the underworld. "Hell", in its original meaning is the hidden realm, the dark and foggy place where the dead and unborn dwell. Often the term is used in a sinister meaning. The bischop Wulfila mentions a group of Haljarunae who were evicted by King...

Backstory of the Maier Files (NL+ENG) Another true, weird event and also one of the many layers in the Maier Files series is the occult used in WW2. This picture in this post is an excerpt of an article in the Illustrated from 1952, about Cecil Hugh Williamson. Williamson had been recruited into MI6 in 1938 by a family friend Major...