Buddha also eventually came from Odenmaa / Finland.
"Atlantis" is the mysterious story of a vanished civilization, legends, searches... There are still many disputes about where "Atlantis" is located. The main point of this saga is that "Atlantis" is not a place, but a period of time. Atlantis - All Land Ice - Alt - Land - Is.
For a thousand years, the Vikings have made quite a name and reputation for themselves as the strongest families with a thirst for violence. Thorfinn, the son of one of the Vikings' greatest warriors, spends his boyhood in a battlefield enhancing his skills in his adventure to redeem his most-desired revenge after his father was murdered. (Source: MAL News)
In the year 1014, on instructions from King Selwyn, Canute takes his followers to York, a Danish occupied town in the Northumbria Region. As their boats row up the Ouse river, Canute is shot in the chest by a crossbow arrow fired by an assassin who is tracked down and killed by Thorfinn. Thorfinn is recognized by Leif from his village in Iceland and they are joyfully reunited. However Thorfinn is not interested in returning home, but intent only to exact his revenge on Askeladd. Meanwhile, it is revealed that Canute was not shot, but instead, it was a woman slave dressed as his double. Canute orders that everything be done to save her. As they pass Floki, Askeladd loudly infers that Canute has enemies in York. It is revealed later, that Askeladd himself hired the assassin to promote rumors that the king wants Canute dead. To further his plans, Askeladd also feeds information to Gunnar who is spying for the king. Meanwhile, Thorfinn whose broken arm has not yet healed, is anxious to settle his debt with Askeladd. Thorfinn calls him out to a duel to be observed by Canute and Thorkell. Before they start, Bjorn, still weak from his wounds, challenges Askeladd for betraying his men. He is easily defeated and killed, and Askeladd prepares to face Thorfinn.
(Sorry if this was a bit late today but just got a buncha shit going on, enjoy your day!)
Ferdinand SCHMIDT (1816 - 1890), translated by George Putnam UPTON (1834 - 1919) Frithiof's Saga (Icelandic: Friðþjófs saga hins frœkna) is a legendary saga from Iceland which in its present form is from ca. 1300. Read in English:
Frey and his Wife is a Nordic Saga, but written in a saga style by a 20th Century Englishman. It tells the tale of Gunnar, a Norwegian wrongly accused of murder who flees across the mountains to the pagan forests of Sweden. There he meets 'Frey' a Norse god, and a young woman who has become his wife. Animosity develops between Frey and Gunnar over the local ritual of human sacrifice which leads to an interesting outcome. The tale develops themes of religion, idolatory, and love, set in the time when Christianity was starting to displace pagan religion in Scandinavia.
Chapter: 0:26 01-Who and what was Ogmund Ravensson and why called Ogmund Dint 15:00 02-How Ogmund Dint did nothing, and presently sailed home to Thwartwater, and what Battle-Glum thought about it all. 24:57 03-Of King Olaf Trygvasson, and of Sigurd Helming and Gunnar, his brother. 36:04 04-Ogmund Dint comes again to Norway, and meets Gunnar on the Hard of Drontheim. 43:54 05-Ogmund Dint satisfies himself, and sails Home. 48:35 06-The Hue-and-Cry for Halward Neck 56:16 07-Gunnar crosses the Mountains 1:02:37 08-Gunnar in the Forest hears tell of Frey and his Wonders 1:15:55 09-Gunnar meets with Frey. Concerning Frey's Wife 1:25:28 10-Talk between Gunnar and Sigrid 1:37:22 11-Gunnar turns Frey about against Frey's Will 1:47:07 12-The Winter Feasts 1:55:39 13-Frey makes Ready to go his Rounds 2:07:11 14-Frey Starts on his Rounds 2:11:29 15-The Snowstorm 2:16:47 16-Marriage of Sigrid 2:19:30 17-Morrow of the Storm 2:29:28 18-News of Frey reaches Norway 2:33:35 19-Sigurd in Sweden. The Battle of the Ford 2:43:14 20-The End of the Tale 2:49:55 Credits: Scandinavian, Viking, Folk Song ------------------------------------------------------------------ Song: Scandinavian, Viking, Folk Song Composer: Stefan Netsman
In July, 2015 a group of people led by Jim Chesnar came to Finland.
Travel on secret side of Finland. The mythology connected with one of the most ancient stories around the world - BOCK SAGA.
The Saga told from creation of the world which was transmitted presently by Ior Bock. In the film, we will go in places connected with the Saga. We will visit islands, caves, the REAL North Pole, the most ancient castle on the planet, we will open many secrets and we will visit a place of burial of Ior Bock.
According to the Sa-Ga, the first major changes occurred just over 50 million years ago resulting in a shifting of the Pole causing all the lands to become ice. This was known as the time of “all the lands ice” ALTLANDIS, otherwise known as Atlantis. Atlantis was not so much a location as it was a time in history. Anticipating this major change, the Aser set up ten locations around the world so that the Vaner people could survive the ice time. Afterwards, there were ten breeding systems that became ten different races of people with ten different languages, all based on the original Rot / Van languages. When the ice came, the Aser were cut off from the Vaner people. Largely due to a warm Gulf Stream current flowing into the Finnish Gulf, the region of Uudenmaa remained ice- free.
In the movie you will visit with us:
Suomenlinna island Ehrensvärd Museum True North Pole Lemminkäinen Temple Ättestuppa Qypelevouri Kajaanin Linna Raaseporin linna Ior Bock Grave
This is a full movie about it. CORRECTION: ...there were 4 kar men in the rasti making performance not 3.
Eyes shining bright with unspilt tears, Thinking about all these wasted years. Everything worth living for is gone, Brother, I find it hard to keep fighting on. Falling down towards the abyss, The reaper embraces me with his kiss; It makes me want to refuse to care, To watch this all unfold - too much to bear.
If this is the way it ends - If this is the way my race ends... If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness
Disease encroaching on all I hold dear, Somehow I gotta get my soul outta here. Heart of agony, faint burning hope, I'm finding it hard to try to cope...
Because liars own the world with conquering poise, In a wasteland of meaningless noise; We don't stand a chance with dormant pride, The heroes of our race have already died...
If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends... If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness...
To imagine it has all come down to this, Apathy and suicidal bliss...
It's all over except for the cryin', With a whimper instead of the roar of a lion...
The greatest race to ever walk the earth, Dying a slow death with insane mirth, The tomb has been prepared, our race betrayed, White man, fight the flight towards the grave...
If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends... If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness... If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends... If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness...
Don't let it end this way, Don't let it end this way, Don't let it end this way, I can't bear to witness...
A 2011 BBC History Documentary hosted by Janina Ramirez.
Hundreds of years ago in faraway Iceland the Vikings began to write down dozens of stories called sagas - sweeping narratives based on real people and real events. But as Oxford University's Janina Ramirez discovers, these sagas are not just great works of art, they are also priceless historical documents which bring to life the Viking world. Dr Ramirez travels across glaciers and through the lava fields of Iceland to the far north west of the country to find out about one of the most compelling of these stories - the Laxdaela Saga.
Here I started a reading of one of the less well-known Icelandic sagas. The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-Tongue and the actual inspiration and precursor to Tolkien's character from the Lord of The Rings, Grima Wormtongue. This is going to be a reading divided in a few parts, so stay VIGILANT for the next parts! Heill Óðinn!
Raging from Scandinavia, England and Ireland, a Viking-age epic of two poets in doomed pursuit of Helga the Fair.
Gunnlaugs saga ormstungu er ormur, or the Saga of Gunnlaugr Serpent-Tongue is one of the Icelanders' sagas. Composed at the end of the 13th century, it is preserved complete in a slightly younger manuscript. It contains 25 verses of skaldic poetry attributed to the main characters.
It is an important work in both Norwegian and Icelandic literary history. Gunnlaugr is sometimes Anglicized as Gunnlaug. The cognomen can also be translated as Worm-Tongue or Snake-Tongue.
The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormáks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by beginning students of Old Norse literature. Printed with a Latin translation and commentary in 1775, it was the first of the Icelanders' sagas to be published in a scholarly edition
A 2010 Arts Documentary, written by Bruno Lussato.
This is an introduction to the world of symbols of Richard Wagner's "The Ring of the Nibelung".
Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung), often referred to as the Ring Cycle, Wagner's Ring, or simply The Ring, is a cycle of four German-language epic music dramas composed by Richard Wagner. The works are based loosely on characters from the Norse sagas and the Nibelungenlied.
The documentary breaks down and reveals all the Leitmotiv’s: examples of the more than 50 leitmotivs that are part of the story; metaphors, mythology, scenes, plots, characters, and names in Richard Wagner’s “Der Ring des Nibelungen”. All 18 chapters in a chronological and logical order of events.
The Monumental Ring Cycle’s four parts :
Das Rheingold (The Rhinegold) Die Walküre (The Valkyrie) Siegfried Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods)
The illustrations come from two famous artists, the English book illustrator the German painter Franz Stassen and Arthur Rackham; additional drawings by Polina Zinoviev. The music performed by “Orchestre Nationale de France,” conductor Jeffrey Tate.
Discover the fascinating world of symbols of "The Ring of the Nibelung" - a coherent phantasmagoria of powerful word, fabulous image and astounding music.
Saga (1975) é uma cantora nacionalista branca sueca do gênero rock. Começou a carreira como vocalista da banda Symphony of Sorrow.
Discografia: Com a banda Symphony of Sorrow Paradise Lost (2000) Symphony of Hatred (2005)
Como cantora solo: Live and Kicking (2000) My Tribute to Ian Stuart Volume 1 (2000) My Tribute to Ian Stuart Volume 2 (2000) My Tribute to Ian Stuart Volume 3 (2001) Midgård - Pro Patria III (2003) On my own (2007) Comrades Night Live (2009) Weapons of choice (2014)
This whole event confuses me ? whats really going on here ? usually i can see a motive behind these type of ' events' but on this occasion none of this makes sense ? Does billionaire Musk really give a shit about this issue? surely if Musk was sincere he could just call it out as the stupid hoax it was ?