De Telegraaf

De Telegraaf is the largest Dutch daily morning newspaper, with a daily circulation of approximately 800,000. De Telegraaf ("The Telegraph") is based in Amsterdam.

A subsidiary, Basismedia BV, publishes a daily free newspaper, Sp!ts (which in Dutch means both "rush hour" and "sharp point").

Editorial Content

This national newspaper contains many "sensational" and sports-related articles, and one or more pages whose content is supplied by the gossip-magazine Privé ("Private"). The financial news coverage, however, is more serious in tone. Politically, the paper leans towards the populist right. In the recent past, editorial commentary often supported the views of the late Pim Fortuyn.

History

De Telegraaf was founded by Henry Tindal, who simultaneously started another paper De Courant ("The Gazette"). The first issue appeared on 1 January 1893. Following Tindal's death on 31 January 1902 the printer Hak Holdert, with backing from financiers, took over De Telegraaf and De Courant on 12 September 1902. This proved to be a good investment, particularly with regard to De Courant, enabling Holdert between 1903 and 1923 to take over one newspaper after another, suspending publication as he went. He added the name Amsterdamsche Courant ("Amsterdam Gazette") as a subtitle to De Telegraaf, and Het Nieuws van den Dag ("The News of the Day") to De Courant. In 1926, he began construction of a new printing facility at the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal in Amsterdam, designed by J.F. Staal and G.J. Langhout. Construction was completed and the building occupied in 1930. At one point, in June 1966, the building was besieged by angry construction workers and Provo followers, after falsely reporting that a victim of labour dispute had not been killed by the police, but by a co-worker. In 1974, De Telegraaf moved to its current location in the Basisweg.

During World War I, when the Netherlands was officially neutral, Holdert's French sympathies and his pro-English standpoint caused De Telegraaf to be the focus of some controversy. During World War II, the Telegraaf companies published pro-German papers, which led to a twenty year ban on publication after the war. The prohibition was, however, lifted in 1949 and De Telegraaf flourished anew to become the biggest newspaper in the Netherlands.

De Courant/Nieuws van de Dag ceased publication in 1998.

Since 21 March 2004, De Telegraaf has also appeared on Sundays.

Finances

De Telegraaf's holding company, N.V. Holdingmaatschappij De Telegraaf, is minority-owned (about 30%) by the Van Puijenbroek family from Goirle. It not only controls the newspapers De Telegraaf and Sp!ts, but is also a stakeholder in Channel SBS6, the regional newspaper publisher Wegener, and the Dutch press agency ANP (28.4% since 2001).

Hollandse Dagbladcombinatie, or HDC-Media, which publishes the Noordhollands Dagblad, Haarlems Dagblad, Leidsch Dagblad, IJmuider Courant, and De Gooi- en Eemlander is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holdingmaatschappij De Telegraaf.

Mediagroep Limburg, publisher of the Limburgs Dagblad and Dagblad De Limburger, also belongs to De Telegraaf.


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Mediagroep Limburg, publisher of the Limburgs Dagblad and Dagblad De Limburger, also belongs to De Telegraaf. These two events also differ in that after Ragnarok, both sides are ultimately decimated, whereas in the Book of Revelation, God is clearly victorious over the forces of Satan. Hollandse Dagbladcombinatie, or HDC-Media, which publishes the Noordhollands Dagblad, Haarlems Dagblad, Leidsch Dagblad, IJmuider Courant, and De Gooi- en Eemlander is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holdingmaatschappij De Telegraaf. One should recognize that Ragnarok is not a conflict between good and evil like the Christian concept of Armageddon, but one between order (the gods) and chaos (the giants). It not only controls the newspapers De Telegraaf and Sp!ts, but is also a stakeholder in Channel SBS6, the regional newspaper publisher Wegener, and the Dutch press agency ANP (28.4% since 2001). The descendants of Lif and Lifthrasir will inhabit Midgard. Holdingmaatschappij De Telegraaf, is minority-owned (about 30%) by the Van Puijenbroek family from Goirle. After all, in this new world, wickedness and misery no longer exist and gods and men will live together in peace and harmony.

De Telegraaf's holding company, N.V. And, in the worst place of all, Hvergelmir, Níðhöggr, also a survivor of Ragnarok, will bedevil the bodies of the dead, sucking blood from them. Since 21 March 2004, De Telegraaf has also appeared on Sundays. Here, oath breakers, murderers, and philanderers will wade through those rivers forever. De Courant/Nieuws van de Dag ceased publication in 1998. That place in the underworld will be as vile as it is vast: no sunlight will reach it; all its doors will face north; its walls and roof will be made of wattled snakes, with their heads facing inward, spewing so much poison that it runs in rivers in the hall. The prohibition was, however, lifted in 1949 and De Telegraaf flourished anew to become the biggest newspaper in the Netherlands. The Prose Edda also mentions another hall called Nastrond ("corpse strand").

During World War II, the Telegraaf companies published pro-German papers, which led to a twenty year ban on publication after the war. The souls of the good and virtuous will live in these halls. During World War I, when the Netherlands was officially neutral, Holdert's French sympathies and his pro-English standpoint caused De Telegraaf to be the focus of some controversy. And there will be Sindri, an excellent hall made wholly of red gold, on Nidafjoll ("dark mountains"). In 1974, De Telegraaf moved to its current location in the Basisweg. There will be Brimir, a hall on Okolnir ("never cold"), where plenty of good drink will be served. At one point, in June 1966, the building was besieged by angry construction workers and Provo followers, after falsely reporting that a victim of labour dispute had not been killed by the police, but by a co-worker. There, the gods will live at peace with themselves and each other.

Construction was completed and the building occupied in 1930. According to both 'Eddas', after Ragnarok, the best place of all will be Gimli, a building fairer than the sun, roofed with gold, in the heaven. Langhout. According to the 'Prose Edda', another heaven exists south of and above Asgard, called Andlang, and a third heaven further above that, called Vidblain; and these places will offer protection while Surtr's fire burns the world. Staal and G.J. There will still be many halls to house the souls of the dead. In 1926, he began construction of a new printing facility at the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal in Amsterdam, designed by J.F. They will worship their new pantheon of gods, led by Baldr.

He added the name Amsterdamsche Courant ("Amsterdam Gazette") as a subtitle to De Telegraaf, and Het Nieuws van den Dag ("The News of the Day") to De Courant. Emerging from their shelter, they will live on morning dew and will repopulate the human world. This proved to be a good investment, particularly with regard to De Courant, enabling Holdert between 1903 and 1923 to take over one newspaper after another, suspending publication as he went. They will be called Lif and Lifthrasir. Following Tindal's death on 31 January 1902 the printer Hak Holdert, with backing from financiers, took over De Telegraaf and De Courant on 12 September 1902. Two humans will also escape the destruction of the world by hiding themselves deep within Yggdrasil—some say Hodmimir's Wood— where Surtr's sword cannot destroy. The first issue appeared on 1 January 1893. (None of the goddesses were mentioned in various accounts of the aftermath of Ragnarok, but there are assumptions that Frigg, Freya and the other goddesses will survive.).

De Telegraaf was founded by Henry Tindal, who simultaneously started another paper De Courant ("The Gazette"). In the waving grass, they will find the golden chessboards that the Æsir used to own, and gaze at them in wonder. In the recent past, editorial commentary often supported the views of the late Pim Fortuyn. Meeting at Idavoll, these gods will sit down together, discuss their hidden lore, and talk over many things that had happened, including the evil of Jörmungandr and Fenrir. Politically, the paper leans towards the populist right. Baldr and his brother Höðr, who dies prior to Ragnarok, will come up from Hel and dwell in Odin's former hall, Valhalla, in the heavens. The financial news coverage, however, is more serious in tone. A few gods will survive the ordeal: Odin's brother Vili, Odin's sons Vidar and Váli, Thor's sons Modi and Magni, who will inherit their father's magic hammer Mjollnir, and Hœnir, who will hold the wand and foretell what is to come.

This national newspaper contains many "sensational" and sports-related articles, and one or more pages whose content is supplied by the gossip-magazine Privé ("Private"). This maiden daughter will pursue her mother's road in the new sky. . The sun will reappear as Sol before being swallowed by Skoll, who will give birth to a daughter as fair as she herself. A subsidiary, Basismedia BV, publishes a daily free newspaper, Sp!ts (which in Dutch means both "rush hour" and "sharp point"). The meadow Idavoll, in the now-destroyed Asgard, will have been spared. De Telegraaf ("The Telegraph") is based in Amsterdam. Barley will ripen in fields that were never sown.

De Telegraaf is the largest Dutch daily morning newspaper, with a daily circulation of approximately 800,000. After the destruction, a new earth will arise out of the sea, green and fair. The earth will sink into the sea. Fumes will reek and flames will burst, scorching the sky with fire. The sun will go black and the stars will be cast down from the heavens.

Death will come to all manner of things. Then, Surtr will burn the whole world with fire. With one hand he will grasp the wolf's upper jaw and tear its throat asunder, killing it at last. On this foot he will be wearing the shoe which he has been making since the beginning of time; it consists of the strips of leather which men pare off at the toes and heels of their shoes.

To avenge his father, Vidar will immediately come forward and place one foot on the wolf's lower jaw. Odin will fight with his mighty spear Gungnir against Fenrir but will finally be eaten by the wolf after a long battle. Thor will kill Jörmungandr with his hammer Mjollnir, but only be able to stagger back nine steps before falling dead himself, poisoned by the venom that Jörmungandr spews over him. Heimdall will encounter Loki, and neither survive the evenly-matched encounter.

Tyr will manage to kill Garm, but will be so severely wounded that he will only survive until after the world is destroyed in fire. It will still be a long struggle though, before Freyr will succumb. Freyr will fight the fire giant Surtr, but will become the first of all gods to lose as he has given his own good sword to his servant Skírnir. Odin will make straight for Fenrir; and Thor, right beside him, will be unable to help because Jörmungand, his old enemy, will at once attack him.

This vast host (432,000 Einherjar - 800 from each of Valhalla's 540 gates) will march towards Vigrid and Odin will ride at their head, wearing a golden helmet and a shining corselet, brandishing Gungnir. All Æsir and Einherjar will don their battle dresses. Everything in earth and heaven and Hel will quiver. Then, Yggdrasil, the world ash, will shake from root to summit.

Then Odin will mount Sleipnir and gallop to Mimir's spring and consult Mimir on his own and his people's behalf. All the Gods will wake and at once meet in council. Meanwhile, Heimdall, being the first of the gods to see the enemies approaching, will blow his Giallar horn, sounding such a blast that it will be heard throughout the nine worlds. They will all but fill that plain that stretches one hundred and twenty leagues in every direction.

So all the Jotuns and all the inmates of Hel, Fenrir, Jörmungandr, Garm, Surtr and the blazing sons of Muspelheim, will gather on Vigrid. He will join the fire giants in their way towards Vigrid. Garm, the hellhound bound in front of Gnipahellir, will also get free. As they ride over Bifröst, the rainbow bridge will crack and break behind them.

Amid this turmoil, the fire giants of Muspelheim, led by Surtr, will advance from the south and tear apart the sky itself as they too, close in on Vigrid, leaving everything in their path going up in flames. The world will be in uproar, the air will quake with booms, blares and echoes. From the north, a second ship will set sail towards Vigrid, with Loki, now unbound, as the helmsman, and the ghastly inhabitants of Hel as the deadweight. From the east, the army of Jotuns, led by Hrym, will leave their home in Jotunheim and sail the grisly ship Naglfar (made from the nails of dead men), which will be set free by the tsunami and flooding, towards the battlefield of Vigrid.

With every breath, the serpent will spew venom, staining the earth and the sky in poison. Jörmungandr, the Midgard serpent, will rise from the deep ocean bed to proceed towards the land, twisting and writhing in fury on his way, causing the seas to rear up and lash against the land. A third cock2, rust red, will raise the dead in Hel. The red cock Fjalar will crow to the giants and the golden cock Gullinkambi will crow to the gods.

Eggther, watchman of the Jotuns, will sit on his grave mound and strum his harp, smiling grimly. Flames will dance in his eye and leap from his nostrils. He will gape even more widely if there is room. This terrible wolf's slavering mouth will gape wide open, so wide that his lower jaw scrapes against the ground and his upper jaw presses against the sky.

The earth will shudder, so violently that trees will be uprooted, and mountains will fall, and every bond and fetter will snap and sever, freeing Loki and his son Fenrir. The stars will vanish from the sky, plunging the earth into darkness. The wolf Skoll and his brother Hati will finally devour Sol and her brother Mani respectively, after a perpetual chase. As a result, conflicts and feuds will break out, and all morality will disappear.

Three successive winters will follow each other with no summer in between. Ragnarok will be preceded by the Fimbulwinter, the winter of winters. Below are the main events that signify the approach of Ragnarok:. .

Also spelled Ragnarøkkr, Ragnarøk. The word Ragnarok is derived from the Old Norse word Ragnarök, which consists of two parts: ragna is the genitive plural of regin ("gods" or "ruling powers"), while rök means "fate", etymologically related to English "reach". But they will still bravely and defiantly face their bleak destiny. They even realize that they are powerless to prevent Ragnarok.

What is unique about Ragnarok as an eschatological myth is its emphasis on the idea that the gods already know through prophecy what is going to happen: when the event will occur, who will be slain by whom, and so forth. The Prose Edda', written two centuries later by Snorri Sturluson, describes in detail what would take place before, during, and even after the battle.. The Völuspá (Prophecy of the Völva (female shaman)), the first lay of the Poetic Edda, dating from about 1000 AD, spans the history of the gods, from the beginning of time to Ragnarok, in 65 stanzas. Exactly what will happen, who will fight whom, and the fates of the participants in this battle are well known to the Norse peoples from their own sagas and skaldic poetry.

In the Viking warrior societies, dying in battles is a fate to admire and this is carried over into the worship of a pantheon in which the gods themselves will one day be overthrown at Ragnarok. Not only will some of the gods, giants, and monsters perish in this apocalyptic conflagration, but almost everything in the universe will be torn asunder. It would supposedly be waged between the gods (the Æsir, led by Odin) and their aggressors (the fire giants, the Jotuns and various monsters, led by Loki). In Norse mythology, Ragnarok ("fate of the gods"1) is the battle at the end of the world.

Fimbulwinter. the death of Baldr, and the binding of Loki. the birth of three most evil and powerful creatures, the offspring of Loki and Angerboda, namely Jörmungandr, Fenrir and Hel, and the gods' action to confine them;.

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