Holger the Dane was a protector of the Danes. In his dreams he dreamt that all Danes were safe. This night was different. He dreamt of RAGNAROK. The end of all world’s and the universe itself. A threat to the Danes and all living beings. It was a dream of an awakening, but not a dream with a tragic ending.
“RAGNAROK is a battle that cannot be fought with weapons of steel.It can only be fought with the weapons of the mind.Instruments and creations of beauty are the weapons that make happy moments and dreams.Dreams that reverse the self-destructive behavior of Man and Gods.Dreams of happiness and a bright future in a world of wonders, beauty and peace.It is an ancient force that existed before the Universe, that is the cause of RAGNAROK.It poisons minds with jealousy, greed, fear and false dreams.When minds stop dreaming true dreams,the lights of hope die and Gods and mankind turn to destructive behavior that threatens the existence of all worlds and the Universe itself. Smiles and laughter are makers of true dreams.Dreams that will fight the dark and restore the light of hope and happiness.THAT, my friend, is the ultimate battle of all.”
Holger Danske, also called Holger or Ogier the Dane was a fearsome Viking warrior. His entire life, from birth to death is shrouded in mystery. According to ancient legends Holger Danske never died. Instead he sleeps in the dark cellar of Kronborg Castle at Elsinore, the setting of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
The legend says that every Christmas Eve an Angel of God comes and assures him that what he has dreamed is true, and that he can safely go back to sleep, because Denmark is in no real danger. But if danger ever does come, then old Holger Danske will arise, breaking the table in pieces as he pulls out his beard! And then he will come forward and strike out and be heard in all the lands of the Earth.