A couple weeks ago I was working on V.K. Jehannum’s Rite of Initiation through Muspelheim and I started to get some interesting information downloads (presumably from Surtr and/or the spirits of Muspelheim) The gist of these was that there are correlations between the Book of Revelations and “Ragnarok”. This makes actual since, because Surtr (whom the rite calls upon) was supposed to play a part in Ragnarok and the “end of the world”. I’ve been meaning to write an article “unraveling” the information but I haven’t gotten around to it so far. Today while my daughter and I were working on homeschool, we were reading the Norse creation myth, I noticed parallels between it and some biblical stories (in addition to myths from other cultures.)
It is my understanding that the bible is (much like mythology) an allegory for astrological events. Each aeon or age has a zodiacal sign attached to it, proceeding in reverse (depending on which house the sun is in.) The Old Testament of the bible representing the age of Aries (from 2150 B.C. – 1 A.D.), the symbol of which being the golden bull (false idol) worshipped by the Israelites. The New Testament representing the Age of Pisces from 1 A.D. – 2150 A.D and is represented by the Zodiac sign of the two fish. (The fish symbolism in Christianity is rampant. I remember from Sunday school that Jesus was said to be a “fisher of men”. (Eep.) This transition of the age into the Aquarian age is alluded to in Luke 22:10, which states: “Behold when ye are entered into the city there shall a man meet you bearing a pitcher of water. Follow him into the house, where he enter therein.” The zodiacal sign of Aquarius is a man with a pitcher of water. (The Star Tarot?) Obviously, this is alluding to the sun entering the house of Aquarius.
In Matthew 28:20 of the King James Bible, Jesus (the “sun” or son of God) says “I will be with you even to the end of the world.” Apparently in King James Bible, this is a mistranslation and the word world is meant to mean “age”. I’ve been told by my own spirits that there are many words were deliberately altered, but to remain objective we can say that there are a number of mistranslations. So, Jesus (the sun) will be there until the end of the age, at which point it will be in the age of Aquarius. 
My spirits elaborated on this explaining that the Bible was only applicable to the end of this age/aeon and that, a brand new one has begun. A new story/religion needs to be written for this new age. I’m under the impression that this new age beginning is already happening, although texts say that this it is not allegedly supposed to happen officially until the year 2150 A.D. I thought this was a little strange, but it has recently come to my attention that there’s supposed to be a 13th Zodiac sign due to the Earth’s axis “wobbling” and the position of the sun/pole star changing. Which could account for some missing years.
Some people dispute this saying that astrology is based on the sun instead of these pole stars. … But if you look at the way the allusion in the bible is worded: ‘the sun entering the house of Aquarius”, it seems to imply that they were viewing things from the perspective that it was the SUN entering different ages. Our ancestors were under the impression that the sun/planets revolved around the Earth until recently, when we found that it is the planets that orbit around the sun and that the sun is actually stationary. (For the most part.) This discovery should have changed our conception of Astrology. The position of the sun for this reason technically did “move”, and if not then then especially when taking into consideration the Earth’s axis has “wobbled”.
So, adding this 13th sign then, could possibly mean that we might have approached the new age sooner. This both makes sense of the information I’ve channeled and would be awfully convenient for the powers that be. According to Naos, the energies at the end of an aeon/age distort the entire next aeon/age.  If everyone knows about the new “age” much later than it actually started, it would be advantageous for those currently in power to have 150+ (however many) years to distort the energies of the next aeon in an effort to maintain control. This is also consistent with what I channeled: that this information is deliberately being withheld from the public so that Judeo-Christianity can be maintain control and bend the energies of the new aeon in their favor.
I’m digressing, a lot. My point though is that: there isn’t an end of the world, (at least not indicated biblically) just the ending of an old age and the beginning of a new one. As I’d mentioned earlier, an information download that I’d gotten (from I believe Surtr) indicates that there are parallels between the Book of Revelations and Ragnarok in Norse Mythology). Being that these ages follow the procession of the equinoxes (reverse chronologically) Ragnarok could possibly even apply to the ending of an age that has already past.
Applying this same concept to the myth of Ragnarok, it seems that this might also be the case here. Odin is to fight Fenrir, the wolf and Tyr will fight the Jormungand, the Midgard Serpent. In some versions, Surtr will kill Odin. There are so many damn versions of this story that it’s hard to tell what’s what. As far as we can tell, there are no wolves or serpents in the tropical Zodiac. HOWEVER: Opiochus, the 13th zodiac of sidereal astrology IS the serpent bearer, represented by man wrestling a snake. Opiochus Makes up the dates between November 29th and December 18th. So, a Jormungand is accounted for. But what about Fenrir and the wolves? Celtic astrology, (which I didn’t even know was a thing until right now) ALSO has 13 signs and, the Wolf Zodiac symbol Sign is October 28-November 24th, JUST BEFORE Opiochus. Celtic Astrology is not Norse Astrology of course, but we do know that the Saxons (Vikings) arrived in England/Ireland around the 5th century A.D. (Placing them around the late age of Taurus & early Aries) it’s very possible they shared similar astrological systems. The dates ARE a couple days apart, but a rational explanation for this is that the Norse calendar was divided up into runic half months and aren’t/weren’t always static.
This also makes sense of the Norse creation myth and the other calf/cow based creation myths in a variety of cultures: Taurus being the bull. A calf would be an “young” bull. It’s possible that the creation myth wasn’t necessarily a “creation” myth, but a myth about the beginning of the age of Taurus in which these cultures existed. This makes sense because, there is inconsistent information about which god/giant actually created the other gods/giants and the first human/s.
In summary, it’s very likely that the myth of Ragnarok is similar to the book of Revelations in that it wasn’t meant to signify the end of the world, but an end of one astrological age and entering of another. I’m sure this is really just the tip of the iceberg as far as similarities go, but I’m going to have to finish unraveling that information in a separate blog post since I’ve spent like, 5 hours writing this one post.
 The Zeitgeist | The Movie (2007) . YouTube. Retrieved Feb. 18th 2020.
 Naos – The Order of Nine Angles