About the Northern Myth. the Norse Scandinavian myth. The Scandinavian myths. The Tree of the Norse myth. Menshikova School.

About the Northern Myth


The Norse Scandinavian myth.

There is a reason why we began our studies specifically with the Norse Scandinavian myth and by devoting so much time to it. As the mechanisms of distinction between what is important and unimportant, right or wrong, that we have extracted from the Norse myths, and after having developed them to perfection, we will apply them to all other myths, and this will make it easy for you not to get entangled in complex intricacies. Because if we compare Norse mythology to all others, we will see how easy it is to comprehend, much easier than all the rest. The northern world is pretty straightforward and concrete. The Norse myth clearly points out the presence of a certain fact within the narrative by highlighting it as a major key factor. If you analyze the entire Norse mythology, you will see that no single myth narrates about a specific god from the beginning to the end. As a rule, the narrative begins and ends only when significant facts occur, that is, when the deity manifests itself, its certain property, or when a cataclysm takes place. It does not allow unnecessary narratives that have nothing to do with the algorithm that this god is carrying. It immediately shows us what, in this information, is important and remarkable. Moreover, this myth does not suggest that an already completed event can be somehow replayed in the future, unlike, for example, the same Greek, Roman, and Celtic myths, which show through their narrative that everything can be changed, everything can be transformed throughout the course of life, and that today’s mistake can be corrected as well as today’s advantages negated. Because these myths tell us exactly how to change existing constant and inscribed algorithms, they are intended for this. 

Let’s take the Greek myth, for instance. While working for the proto-foundation Life, it couldn’t manifest itself any other way. Because life is long, it goes on, and anything can happen; there can be numerous lives, and none of them should be considered complicated because they are not. There is still an afterlife, and it can also be pretty eventful. This is in contrast with the Norse myth, which lacks any variability because the Norse myth focuses on the proto-foundations of Order and Tradition. Accordingly, what is inscribed within it is inscribed once and for all. 

The Norse myth is concrete and ruthless. It does not provide an opportunity to replay what has been done, and if something is done, it is done forever, and it is now a defined condition for the next step. And this step is not designed to correct the previous error; it is a logical consequence of the committed error. And here, the cause-and-effect connection is very strict; it doesn’t allow any variability. The Norns weave only once and never unravel their threads. They never replay what has already occurred. And this is why the Norse myth is beautiful and frightening at the same time.

For this reason, by studying the Norse Myth, we teach ourselves to see this skeleton, a skeleton of facts. Because essentially, after we see these facts in any other myth, we will be able to see the true key moments that remain unaltered within the myth. Passed on from myth to myth, from legend to legend, from one narrative to another. And we will be able to distinguish them from temporary facts, momentary, that serve more for the entourage for the depictional richness or interest instead of the informational knowledge of this or the other myth. The Norse myth gives us a certain vision, a certain mind-set. All the legends that we study carry the same exact property of reflecting only what is important and fundamental. They do that with the least amount of words and emotions, only within the limits of the permissible necessity of these emotions for a better assimilation of the myth. But by no means for entertainment, neither as food for thought nor for philosophizing, but for a clear and concrete understanding.



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