Viking Worship Rituals of the Moon

Uppsala is the location of the great Viking (Norse) temple. Built completely out of wood, this temple was richly decorated with gold. The temple at Uppsala was in the architectural style of a Scale temple.


The central worship chamber had the god Thor sitting on a throne in the chamber’s center. Thor presides over the air, rain, thunder, lightning, wind, and ritual sacrifices to Thor bring good crops.


Wotan is seated on the right hand of Thor. Wotan is the god of war, and the Vikings were war-faring people who conquered foreign lands. Before setting off to battle or sailing for foreign lands for invasions, Wotan would make sacrifices. Frikko is seated on Thor’s left. Frikko is the god who bestows peace and pleasure, including sexual pleasure.


Ritual sacrifices
Ritual sacrifices took place outside the Stave temple, and there was a stone slab in the front courtyard where the sacrificial animal would be slaughtered, and its blood drained. This drained blood would be passed to all present to place a mark on their face with the blood.


Ritual festivals took place every nine years.
Every nine years, many able inhabitants took the journey into the mountains to attend the great festival at Uppsala. These ritual festivals lasted over nine days, and 9 males of every animal would be sacrificed, including 9 human males.
These sacrifices would be hung in the grove next to the Stave temple.
During these festivals, everyone would partake in the eating of Psylocibin mushrooms or “magic mushrooms.” Psilocybin mushrooms are indigenous to forests around Northern Europe and grow naturally amongst the trees. These mushrooms were also taken on voyages to conquering lands and often eaten before a battle to place the Vikings in the “berserker” state to fight vigorously and without conscience.

Bil’s song of worship
BIL

A black candle
in the black night
Dark black wishes
silently offered
to your non-face
Invisible Goddess
Hear me

Bil …

A black line
on blackened ground
Healing, healing, healing
breath from my mouth
From the black soul
from the underground
Abyss of my throat
Black is the new colorful

With the dark idea –
black is also my mind –
I feel the interlocking
of the possibility that remained
Good black moon goddess
sister of the pale face
that lit
up the night, but today, not

Bil …
In the black flame
on the black wick dances
what I now capture
like a black hole
heavy but overwhelmingly
swells the hope still
Under the black water
lies somewhere the ford
I am not
waiting I wade
to my rebirth

BIL, BLACK MOON GODDESS
A black candle
in the black night
deep and dark desires
spoken without a word
to Your no-face
invisible Goddess
do You hear me

Bil …

A black line
at the black painted ground
heal, heal, heal
breath out of my mouth
out of the black soul
out of the underground
abbys of my throat
black is the new color

Bil …

With a dark meaningblack is my mind, too –
I’m asking about the possibility to keep
Dear Black Moon Goddess
sister of the White Face
that lightened the night
but not tonight

In the black flame
of the black candle
something is dancing there
what I will catch
like a black hole
heavy, but mightier than mighty
hope is still growing
Under the black water
there is the ford, anywhere
I’m not waiting
I’m walking thru
to my rebirth

The Rök runestone has inscriptions that make various references to Norse mythology. It was found in Rök in Sweden, where it can still be seen.

Prose Edda, written by Store Sturluson, a historian, and scholar, in around 1220, is the story of Bil and Hjuki. This has been theorized to be the English nursery rhyme of Jack and Jill.

🔰 The Viking temple of Uppsala » Vichingo. top
Temple at Uppsala – Wikipedia
Vikings: Valhalla Map Explained – Kattegat, England, Mercia & Normandy (screenrant.com)
Gamla Uppsala | Viking Archaeology (archeurope.com)

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