In Aalen we perform the consecration celebration for little Luisa on Sunday. Luisa resides in the world for seven moons now. So it is high time to arrange the first party for her.
Melanie and Richard are proud parents and Papa Richard is a bit excited. We already know the two of them, as they were guests on Jana’s und Michael’s marriage. Jana and Michael are also present today. They are Godi and Gedi, therefore godfathers. They promise to little Luisa: to be there for her, whenever they should be needed in life.
Luisa, parents and guests listen to the harp sounds, which spin the nornthread for Luisa. They weave into it what the Norns whisper and advise.
Now the name explanation follows. Since the Christian name doctrine wants us to make believe that Luisa is the female form of the name Louis (and therefore stemmed from Ludwig and Chlodwig), we must put this religiously motivated misinterpretation right. Of course one knows as a name skilled pagan that the first name Luisa has its origin in the name Alwisi (the all-knowing). With Alwisi or Alwisa the Franconian pagans have addressed their high priestesses. This is where todays name Luisa originates from; and the name forms Ludwig, Chlodwig, Louis or Ludoviga are, in turn, only derivations from there and not reversed.
Parents and godparents give Luisa positive attributes and good wishes for her journey through life. The burning of the name rune Laguz finally forms the fiery and dignified conclusion of Luisa’s pagan baptism.
All of us from eheleite.com wish you, dear Luisa, all the best, and may our gods, the Great Mother, who is the eldest and wisest, watch over you at all times!