Shine on me Runa
Rune rediviva, you’re reborn at last, from the past
GÆGHN MIS
Adulruna Rediviva Adulruna
Hear the calling: “Walk to meet me! Run to meet me!”
In ancient days, in an ancient world, the Sibyls sung their melodies
But the song is lost, and no one hear when Sibyls speak the words of gods the world is deaf
Ancietn Sibylla we will follow you…
Adulruna, old Sibylla
Hear our calling, speak to Mankind!
O’ Hermes Trismegistos, Orpheus, Zarathustra, Pythagoras and Plato
Mediate the wisdom!
Philosophers eternal, make the spirit flying, rising, to spheres harmonic where Sibyls are still singing
Leo, are you roaring to make the world awake again?
See Sophia descending from the sky
Drink the sacred nectar from the rose
The maiden has returned!
The root of mandragora (is the) foetus of Sibylla
The pages of the Runa, mediate her message
Sibylla, Sophia, she is born (the) female Christ
Aphrodite from the sea, (O) sacred rose come to me
Sibylla, Sophia, she is born (the) female Christ
Aphrodite from the sea, (O) sacred rose come to me
Come, come
Rise, rise
Venus, Venus
The nectar and the blood-red wine,
Intoxicatate, expel the time
O’ Hermes Trismegistos, Orpheus, Zarathustra, Pythagoras and Plato
Mediate her message!
Rise O’ wise Venus, Rune Rediviva!


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    General CommentBrief Glossary generated by yours truly:

    Adulruna Rediviva: Written by Johannes Bureus, a "secret manual" for Kingship distributed to regal Sweden in the seventeenth century, including theosophic notions of regeneration in the Rosicrucian tradition.

    Rosicrucian: Rose cross

    Alruna: Northern Sibyl born in 432 BC

    Hermes Trismegistos: "Hermes Thrice-Blessed" inventor of language and progenitor of alchemy in Egyptian mytho-history

    Orpheus: Legendary poet, musician, and prophet of Greek religion and myth, often shown playing a lyre

    Zarathustra: Transliteration of the original name of Zoroaster, founder of Zoroastrianism, a Middle Eastern religious philosophy

    Pythagoras: Mystical Greek philosopher who began the phrase "music of the spheres," propagated the Tetractys as the emanations and manifestation of God's creation, etc.

    Leo: (Latin) lion

    "Drink the sacred nectar from the rose": Rediviva is a genus of bee, and the Rosicrucian devotee is often symbolized by a bee taking honey from a rose.
    brdy724on September 07, 2013   Link

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