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Happy Woden's day all :)
Today is Woden's Day
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" The existence of our people is a future for our Children "
If white people don't fight for white people who will?
Do it there now do !!
Protect our beautiful countries and cultures!!
" The existence of our people is a future for our Children "
Stay united brothers and sisters
Wotan is calling hails !!
alexa
" The existence of our people is a future for our Children "
If white people don't fight for white people who will?
Do it there now do !!
Protect our beautiful countries and cultures!!
" The existence of our people is a future for our Children "
Stay united brothers and sisters
Wotan is calling hails !!
alexa
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TOP 10 Most Powerful Weapons In Norse Mythology
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBX8UgrSSuI

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HATERS OF GOLD AND KEEPERS OF BREAD
norsemyth.org/2017/07/haters-of-gold-and-keepers-of-bread.html
Every day brings new revelations of unchecked greed and deep corruption at the highest levels of power. What is a leader? What does it mean to rule over others? My new article turns to Old Norse and Old English for insight into the roots of our concepts.
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SIGNS OF RAGNARÖK
from Völuspá (Prophecy of the Seeress)
Garm bays loudly before Gnipa cave,
Breaks his fetters and freely runs.
The fates I fathom, yet farther I see:
Of the mighty gods the engulfing doom.

Brothers will battle to bloody end,
And sisters' sons their sibs betray;
Woe's in the world, much wantonness;
Axe-age, sword-age -- sundered are shields --
Wind-age, wolf-age, ere the world crumbles;
Will the spear of no man spare the other.

Mímir's sons dance; the downfall bodes
When blares the gleaming Gjallarhorn;
Loud blows Heimdall, with horn aloft;
In Hel's dark hall horror spreadeth,
Once more Odin with Mím's head speaketh
Ere Surt's sib swallows him.

Trembles the towering tree Yggdrasil,
It leaves sough loudly: unleashed is the etin.

What ails the Æsir and what the alfs?
In uproar all etins -- are the Æsir met.
At the gates of their grots the wise dwarfs groan
In their fell fastnesses: wit ye further, or how?

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For our Future viking yes !!
Let`s show to all who we are with our actions
Listen me my dear great are the old winds around us yes?
The ancestors are touching your heart with the hammer
The old Tree is inside our souls and the enemies cannot see this
How I am happy near you my dear !! This is a gift to be near !!
Our roots are strongest like in the beggining yes?
Look to you in the mirror my dear ? Do you see this too?
We are the same vikings in heart and spirit my eagle !!
but in this new age we are back to march for the victories
Our people is the heart of Odinn !! Then let`s love them all
alexa

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A VIKING, A SWORD, AND A DOG
Abridged from Iceland Magazine
Archeologists working at a large burial site in Eyjafjörður in north Iceland announced that they discovered the remains of a ship burial dating to the Viking age. A wealthy chieftain seems to have been buried in one of his boats with some possessions, including a sword and his dog.

The grave is believed to date to the 9th or 10th centuries. The sword, found close to the surface, is in very poor condition.

The archeological dig takes place north of the town of Akureyri at a site believed to have been of enormous local importance during the Viking Age. A few hundred meters south of the burial site is Gáseyri, which was the primary trading post in Eyjafjörður during the Viking a
Age.

The area where the ship burial was found is known as Dysnes, a name which points to Viking age graves, as dys is an old word for burial mound. The word Dysnes could be translated to "Burial ness". The precise location of the boat grave is then known as Kumlateigur, kuml being another old word for burial, and Kumlateigur translating as "Burial stretch". Both place names are ancient and point to more than one grave.

Eleven years ago a second boat burial was discovered at Kumlholt ("Burial hill") just south of the present site. Archeologists expect to find more graves as they explore the site fully.

While it was common to bury wealthy chiefs in boat burials during the Viking age, relatively few boat graves have been excavated in Iceland. One possible explanation is that boats were too valuable, with extremely limited domestic sources of timber for boat-building. Discovering Viking age graves with swords is similarly uncommon. Both finds point to the burial site of a wealthy local chief.

Source: icelandmag.visir.is/article/archaeologists-n-iceland-discover-viking-age-chief-buried-ship-his-sword-and-dog
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