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The Principles of the Thursatru Tradition

The Principles of the Thursatru Tradition

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Thursatru’s substantial definition: a practical religio-sorcerous worship of the adversarial and sinister giants referred to as thurses. Thursatru is a new-religious progeny of the Old Scandinavian religionand mythology, with a strong connection to anti-cosmic Satanism and Gnostic Left Hand Path.Thursatru’s functional definition: a spiritual endeavor, by practical sorcery and communication withthe thursian powers, to release the spirit from the mundane body and spiritually transcend unto anacosmic realm beyond the cosmos and the reign of the Demiurge, referred to as Chaos. To be able todo this, the Thursatru practitioner must receive divine acosmic knowledge which will guide the spiritout of the cosmic shackles of the Demiurge.Thursatru is
in harmony with the anti-cosmic Thurs-powers: the gods (
), vanir, the giant kindcalled jotuns (
), etc., are
part of the cosmic pantheon and are
considered to be our enemies.Thursatru is a gnostic Left Hand Path religion.Thursatru is a belief in the acosmic otherworldly realm known as Chaos; in its powers as allies to our Will to be
freed from cosmic imprisonment. And through thursian worship and sorcery wedevotedly believe in spiritual transcendence unto Chaos.Thursatru is a tradition evolved upon the process of fusing together Old Norse inventions and moderninnovations. We believe in eclectic and syncretic methods in our religious and sorcerous endeavors.Thursatru is a spiritual undertaking where the flesh is looked upon only as a cosmic bond whichimprisons our spirit. Hence, Thursatru despises racism.*
 Any belief that conflicts with these principles cannot be defined as Thursatru.
*The important part within the Thursatru Tradition is to research and understand the Old lore of the Old Norse religion and mythology versus the gnostic and anti-cosmic Left Hand Path. It is as important totraditionally and continuously ritually evoke the thursian Giants to invoke their ultimate powers to become transformed, an ally, and enlightened by the black light. By doing this the Thursatru follower reaches anti-cosmic and acosmic enlightenment which will free his or hers spirit from the cosmicimprisonment. This should be a priority in life, before mundane distractions; which are all illusivecosmic tricks to drunken, blinding and imprison our spirits, Will, and freedom.You should have simple Setas (meditations) to call and learn from the Thurses themselves; use the
night and Fire to evoke Loki and Surtr, and use the night, Darkness, Snow and Ice to evoke Gullveigand Hel. Evolve your Setas by time with ritual items and traditional sacrifices. Experiment andinnovate, become eclectic and syncretic in your sorcerous practice; as long as you keep to elementswhich correspond to the Thursian Powers. As a beginner, just follow these basic and traditional principles (we take herbs, plants and trees for examples): Herbs, plants and trees for Nifl-workingsshould correspond to the poisonous icy waters of Hvergelmir and the moon, e.g. Yew tree (Taxus baccata), Belladonna (Atropa belladonna), Hemlock (Conium maculatum), Myrrh (Commiphoramyrrha), Mistletoe (Viscum album), etc. Herbs, plants, and trees for Múspell-workings shouldcorrespond to fiery essences, Sun and Mars, e.g. Juniper (Juniperus communis), Blackthorn (Prunusspinosa), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), Dragon’s Blood (Daemonorops draco), Mistletoe(Viscum album), Rue (Ruta graveolens), etc. The more understanding you gain, the more innovativeyou will become.Here are some suggested basic altar items which will promote and stimulate your workings: a
,altar, as a focal point, we recommend that you have one close for weekly devotion, and another outside in a remote area; a bowl with inscribed sorcerous runes and bind-runes for offerings and
- blood; a blót-knife, it needs to be sharp and functional; a charcoal-carrier to burn herbs, resin andincense, a clay plate filled with sand and inscribed runes will do fine; two black candles by tradition – hand-made with corresponding herbs in the wax is ideal; various talismans and fetishes should beworked on as soon as you have the ability to construct them. All of the above needs to be cleansed andconsecrated before used!Find corresponding elements and materials in the Old Norse sagas for your altar, talismans, etc., e.g.crow parts and a symbolical icy heart for Gullveig; human bones and skulls, horse and raven parts for Hel; volcanic matter and a sword for Surtr; wolf and snake parts and flames for Loki.*
Grand Seasonal Blót within the TraditionVárblót
, April 30The Spring Ritual is on Walpurgis Night and is looked upon as the beginning of the Múspell-workings. The winter has ended and the summer approaches.
, June 21 (20)The Summer Solstice Ritual is on Midsummer Night and is looked upon as the climax of the Múspell-workings, and should thereby have a grand ritual which includes the full Múspell-working.
, October 31The Autumn Ritual is on Samhain Night and is looked upon as the beginning of the Nifl-workings.The summer has ended and the winter approaches.
, December 21 (20)

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