Swords of Light


Operation Disclosure | By Grant Ouellette, Contributing Writer

Submitted on July 31, 2021

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A quote from AA Michael who carries the Flaming Blue Sword of the Truth:

… this harmony must begin from within.

It must blossom within the heart as you allow Spirit to descend and once more take dominion within your physical vessel. Then you will begin to see through eyes filtered with love, and you will listen with ears tempered by compassion.

You will know that all you ever require is yours for the asking, and you no longer seek to take that which belongs to another. You will always strive for a win/win solution, and you know that when one loses, everyone loses as well. You become champions of Light, and you walk softly but courageously as you carry the blazing etheric sword of Divine will, honor, truth and justice.


Surtr’s Flaming Sword and Ragnarok

In Norse Mythology, amid natural disasters leading to a water world, Ragnarok is the big finale, the foretold final battle when many Gods (Odin, Thor, Loki +) die.

From Neil Gaiman’s 2017 book Norse Mythology:

In Muspell, at the edge of the flame, where the mist burns into light, where the land ends, stood Surtr, who existed before the gods. He stands there now. He holds a flaming sword, and the bubbling lava and the freezing mist are one to him.

It is said that at Ragnarok, which is the end of the world, and only then, the giant Surtr will leave his station. He will go forth from Muspell with his flaming sword and burn the world (Asgard) with fire, and one by one the gods will fall before him.

This was dramatically depicted in the 2017 movie, Thor: Ragnarok.

(Note the Hindu Mother ‘Mu’ in Muspell, Lemuria, and the primate lemur)



Listen children to a story

That was written long ago

Bout a kingdom on a mountain

And the valley folk below

On the mountain was a treasure

Buried deep beneath the stone

And the valley people swore

They’d have it for their very own


‘Mount your horses, draw your swords’

So they won their just rewards

Now they stood beside the treasure

On the mountain, dark and red

Turned the stone and looked beneath it

‘Peace on Earth’ was all it said

There won’t be any trumpets blowing

Come the Ragnarok


On the bloody morning after

One Tin Soldier rides away

(Lyrics from Original Caste song ‘One Tin Soldier’ with Ragnarok substituted for Judgment Day)

Merlin the Magician spoke a spell and only King Arthur could pull Excalibur from the stone (crystal).

There are many other magic swords found in Irish, Norse, Scottish, Gaelic and Greek stories.

Irish, Scottish, Gaelic

+ The Sword of Light or Claidheamh Soluis (or Claidheim Soluis) appears in Irish and Scottish Gaelic folktales.

(Sol for Sun, Luis > Isle of Lewis > France’s Louis XIV, The Sun King)    

+ The Irish hero Cú Chulainn has the sword Cruaidín Catutchenn.


+ In Irish legend, Nuada was the first king of the Tuatha Dé Dannan. He brought his people to Ireland and fought the native Fir Bolg for control of the island. Nuada went to the king of the Fir Bolg and asked for half of the island. The Fir Bolg refused his demand so they went to war.

+ Caladgolg, a two-handed sword that emitted rainbow-like arcs when swung, is the legendary sword of Fergus mac Róich in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology.

Norse Mythology

+ Dáinsleif, forged by dwarves, is the legendary sword of King Högni’s, capable of inflicting wounds that will never heal ((like the Morgul blade that wounded Frodo in The Lord of the Rings).

+ Tyrfing is a cursed sword that appeared in the poem Tyrfing Cycle. It never misses and gleams like fire. It was the cause of three great evils.

From Neil Gaiman’s 2017 book Norse Mythology:

Frey, the brother of Freya, was the mightiest of the Vanir (an original caste of gods apart from Odin and Thor)


Now Frey became enamored with the earth giant Gerd. ‘I cannot live without her. I will give anything.’

He describes his sword: There is no other sword like this. It will fight by itself, without a hand holding it. It will always protect you. No other sword, no matter how powerful, can penetrate its defense. They say this sword could even prevail against the flaming sword of Surtr.

Skirnir brings Gerd to Frey and they marry. Frey gives Skirnir his sword.

‘Ragnarok is coming. When the sky splits asunder and the dark powers of Muspell march out on their war journey, Frey will wish he still had his sword.’

Good advice, keeping your sword of light for Ragnarok.

Greek Myth

The magical sword of Peleus, father of Achilles, ensured victory in battle or hunt.

Tarot Cards

The suit of Spades was derived from the Tarot card suit of Swords with 14: ace to ten, Page, Knight, Queen and King. The page and knight were replaced, becoming the eleventh domination in the red or black jacks; lowering the suit count to 13.

Images of the tarot cards with swords here:


So the King of Spades, holding a sword, represents the King of Swords. The Kings of Clubs and Hearts also hold swords.

Lord of the Rings

In The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books and movies Gandalf finds a full-length sword called Glamdring and Bilbo acquires the short sword, Sting, which he eventually gives to Frodo. Both are Elven swords, so they shine blue when orcs are near (and made popular Halloween props).

Escaping from the mountain kingdom ‘Moria’, the nine members of the Fellowship of the Ring encounter a Balrog, an ancient monster which only the wizard Gandalf has the power to fight.

“The Balrog reached the bridge. Gandalf stood in the middle of the span, leaning on the staff in his left hand, but in his other hand Glamdring gleamed, cold and white.”

Gandalf: You cannot pass. I am a servant of the Secret Fire, wielder of the flame of Anor. You cannot pass. The dark flame will not avail you, flame of Udun. Go back to the shadow! You cannot pass.

From out of the shadow a red sword leaped flaming.

Glamdring glittered white in answer.”

Another dark sword appears later in the tale at Gondor, the City of the White Tree.


Gandalf and Pippin face the Witch King of Angmar and his flaming sword in LTR: The Two Towers.

Famous Archangel Michael Oil Painting

‘Archangel Michael defeating Satan’ by Guido Reni 1635

Love and a sword of light  

One Tin Soldier


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