Baptism – A Galdr

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I give myself to the Eternal Wheel
To be born once, twice, thrice, and many more
Plunged into darkness with abundant zeal
Birthed beneath moonlight on this frozen shore

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I succumb to ecstatic sensation
Sustained by the promise that I am Her’s
Divine Lover, bless this transformation
Baptized at the holiest of altars

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I have incubated beneath your Light
And now must emerge from the umbral dark
This chrysalis granted piercing insight
Into the nature of the Matriarch

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I shall rise up from all of life’s contests
Awakened to divinity within
Strengthened against all demonic requests
Armed and blessed this Knight’s journey will begin

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About ninefolddragon

I am a self-proclaimed writer, spiritualist, and warrior. My primary writings are poetry and essays that evoke elemental visualization and are written in honor of the sacred feminine.
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2 Responses to Baptism – A Galdr

  1. Faye says:

    Interesting place where you are at. I do not fully understand your journey but your poetry and expression indicate it is a safe place for you to be in. My spirituality does not seek for my divinity within but for the ONE who is Divine – Divine Spirit within but revealed on the earth, so I KNOW absolutely who HE is. Just a thought but my ongoing journey. Find your poems evocative and very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    • This particular piece is a “galdr” which is a sort of a nordic spell. Where I am at is complicated to answer because on the one hand my beliefs fall very much in line with gnosticism, but on the other hand there is a large degree of mysticism taken from Nordic and Qabbalistic sources. Honestly there isn’t a name for what I practice. The closest Christian example I can give is to advise reading the apocryphal gospels such as the gospel of Mary Magdalene, the Gospel of Thomas, and the Gospel of Judas Iscariot.

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