In a 12th-century (AD) "Chronicle of Leire," a certain King Ypper (of Uppsala, now Sweden) had three sons, Dan, Nori and Ostren, the progenitors of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. I think when an otherwise complicated history comes to us in such simple-written terms that the names presented are more mythical (i.e. codewords) than historical. Speaking on the Chronicle, Wikipedia (under "Dan") had this to say:
"Dan apparently first ruled in Zealand [an island off of Denmark] for the Chronicle states that it was when Dan had saved his people from an attack by the Emperor Augustus that the Jutes and the men of Fyn and Scania also accepted him as king, whence the resultant expanded country of Denmark was named after him. Dan's wife was named Dana and his son was named Ro."
This quote gives us the timing of this particular Dan, near the birth of Christ. It also suggests that Dan, because he was married to Dana, was intermarried with the Celts of Britain...who had worshiped the goddess Dana. Denmark, said to be named after this Dan, in being Jutland previously, had been ruled by the Getae of Thrace, and I think that "Danp," while at first glance appearing to depict the same as Dan and Dana, refers instead to a totally different peoples, the said Getae-come-Jutes...who were part of the Dane make-up. This would explain the marriage of Danp to Dana, to be viewed as two different peoples becoming allied and mixed.
However, according to a work by Arngrim Jonsson in 1597, it wasn't Danp who married Dana (as in another work), but a certain Rig, who was made a god (i.e. he extended back from Scandinavia to a certain royal peoples of the distant past). In this version, Dana is revealed as the daughter of "Danp" (same word), this being a variation of the older term, "Danpr." He thus appears to be a Scandinavian peoples extending from the Dnieper river of Thrace, which is why I suspect him to depict the Getae-come-Goths. The apparent problem clears up if Rig was made the father or son of Danp, for that would reveal the two as the same Gothic peoples, either one of which could be made into Dana's "husband."
I don't think there's a problem with Rig being the husband of Dana, for Rig appears to depict the Rugii of Norway, and he could very well have been allied to the Danann who had migrated (from Britain) into Scandinavia. It is said in Jonsson's work that Rig "left as his heir his son by Dana, called Dan or Danum, all of whose subjects were called Danes" (see website above). Fine. Perfect. A Jute-Danann alliance bringing forth the Danes proper, yet the common reader wouldn't arrive to that conclusion.
But I'm not the common reader; I'm one who wants to uncover and trace the dragon line, who has spent thousands of hours on the quest, and I have seen good reasons to believe that the Danann hooked up with Scandinavia to become the Ingaevonic German tribes. This connection is in one clue alone, where the Anglos and Saxons -- Ingaevones -- are depicted as a white dragon, wherefore they must be related to the red dragon. That red one, I have found, depicted the Danann and their various relatives in Britain.
Rig, known to be the same as the god, Heimdal, is thereby (just like Heimdal) depicted as a ram. While this evokes Hermes, the "ram bearer," a Rig-to-Ares connection is stronger because the constellation, Aries, was made the ram. Ares was the ruler of Thrace, yet by his name it can be determined that he depicted Aria peoples in Iran/Media who became the Gorgons en route to Thrace. In the same way, Heimdal is rooted by many in Indo-European (i.e. Aryan) Iran/Media. Yet he was also a protector-god (i.e. gaurd) of Asgard. Safe to say, Asgard can be identified with Gorgons on the north shore of the Black sea, at Azov (northern tip of Caucasia), because the historical Aes/As peoples are so defined (often as Cimmerians), the founders of Azov (the Azov sea was also named "Maeotis" after the Medes).
To thus connect Rig to the Aes Cimmerians/Scythians is dandy, for indeed he was a member of the Aesir pantheon of gods. "Danp," I think, referred to, and stemmed from, the same peoples...by which I (and the myth writers) mean to say that Danp and Rig are the same peoples but one coming after the other in history, and at a different location along their migratory route toward Scandinavia.
A god always depicts a peoples in the strict sense, by which I mean to say at the end of the migration route. Strictly, Rig depicted the Rugi(i) of Norway, or so it would appear. The Rugi were from proto-Russia, and this evokes the Roxolani...who did live on the Dnieper. If Rig's ancestry so much as depicted the "Rox" portion of those peoples, it needs to be understood that "Roxolani" is read by historians as Ros-Alans and Aes-Alans, thus equating the Aes peoples with the Ros. That is, Rig comes out looking like the Ros/Rus.
Might he depict the Biblical Rosh who had moved from Lake Van (more precisely, from the city of Rusahinili/Rusakhini three miles from Lake Van) to the north shores of the Black sea? It certainly is amazing that some historians connect Rig to the Boii/Boi of central Europe, for Van was named by a Bia peoples. On the modern Bug river (beside the Dnieper) there lived the Neuri peoples, said Herodotus, and these it is believed by many were previously the Nairi, rulers at Lake Van (the lake was at one time the "Nairi Sea"). Both the Nueri and the Roxolani were independently reported as being so far north that historians knew no peoples to their north; might the Nueri have been the Rox portion of the Roxolani?
It would seem shallow for me to suggest that "Nori," shown at the top of this page as the eponym of Norway, was also an allusion to the Nueri, for most view Norway, and therefore "Nori," as being named after "north." But one never knows, for in fact Rig settled Norway, and, as I will show in this chapter, it seems to me quite solid to locate the original capital of the mythical Vanaheim (Van(ir) Home) in Norway.
But behold this. Nairi was a region south-west of Lake Van (on the east side of the Tigris), and between Nairi and Lake Van there was a region called "Ereshtuni," that term looking a lot like "Hrosh."
(see map at http://www.tacentral.com/erebuni/urartu.asp)
The map shows the spelling, "Bai(nili)," which is closer to "Boi(i)" than the more-common usage, "Bia(ini)." This is important to mention because I am thinking to trace the Bia to the Boii (and then to the Merovingians and Bavarian Illuminati), though some readers may not be open to that connection due to the vowel arrangments not being quite right.
Problem: in the Yngling Saga, Rig is not the husband of Dana, but her father. I must chalk this up to technical error and move on, for it would make the Roxolani and/or the Rugi(ans) the ancestors of the Danann, an impossibility in my mind. One thing that we can determine is that the author of the Yngling Saga viewed the Rugi as being very close to the Danann, so close as to equate their bloodlines.
I haven't yet presented much evidence to show the Dana-to-Danann equation; I'm merely assuming that connection from the fact that the Danann worshiped a Dana. But on top of that I'm suspecting that the similarity of terms between "Danann" and "Dane" require the Danann to be a part of Dane ancestry. Moreover, as Rig was an Aesir, while the Danes were Vanir, we need a Vanir element to be part of Dane ancestry. As I define "Vanir" as stemming from "Veneti" i.e. the Gaul migration (westward) across Europe, the Danann fit that picture.
Some think that the Greek Danaans became the Danes and afterward the Danann of Ireland, but I say it must be the other way around, for the Danes were formed after the Danann got to Ireland.
The Rugi lived at what is now Rogaland in Norway, which borders Hordaland (ancient Haeredaland), wherefore if the Rugi were allied to these neighbors -- the Aereda founders of Haeredaland -- then a Vanir-Rig alliance is evident, for the Aereda were Redone Gauls. No matter how you want to cook this pancake, the fact seems to be that Rig moved in to live beside a peoples that had previously been the Redone Gauls...who had worshipped the god, Rod, he being a god typically of the pagan Russians.
Rogaland and Hordaland may therefore have been a Rosh-Rus affair. I had indeed read that the Redones had stemmed from a "Hros" peoples of Caucasia, but who also lived on the north of the Black sea, which inevitably leads me to believe that the Rox were also descendants of the Hros. Put it this way, that the Hros put forth two branches, one to become the Redones, and another to become the Rox, and that the two met in Norway simply because they were distantly related (often, one branch losing their country in war flees to live (i.e. begs to live) beside a related peoples).
The Aereda I have identified (see previous chapters) satisfactorily as the mythical Geryon, the Fir-Bolgs, who were defeated by the mythical Hercules when he came to Britain, and he at that point in history depicted the mythical Danann. However, it is known that the Fir-Bolg were relatives of the Danann, wherefore both the Fir-Bolg and the Danann are to be viewed as Aereda/Redones.
In Christian centuries, the peoples of Haeredaland were called, according to Jordanes, "Arochi," similar indeed to "Rugi" (not to mention "Roxolani"). I would tend to view the Arochi as the Rig peoples, yet not necessarily the founders of Haeredaland. We find that the Rugi and the Arochi, in the time of Jordanes, were ruled by Rodwulf/Roduulf, evoking the Redones (at that time, they were "Rodez/Ruthene")...who indeed descended directly from the Ligurians i.e. a wolf peoples. The Liguria-Dane connection is much larger than anyone seems to suspect, even though Loki is the leader of Vanir gods, while he in turn is equated with Lug, a warrior-captain of the Danaan.
The Crichtons were involved with the Bute clan, and therefore with the Stewarts, for the Butes and Stewarts go hand in hand. As I am examining the possibilty of tracing the Bute clan to Butes of the mythical Cecrops line, let me now show evidence of a connection between the Redone god, Rod, and Cecrops. As I mentioned, Rod is a version of the (east) Indian god, Rudra, and so read this concerning a type of dragon called "Naga":
"PHYSIOLOGY: These are pseudo-dragons who are usually portrayed as having a human head and serpentine body, and no wings.
HISTORY: The history of these creatures seem to come from India..."
Cecrops was depicted as a man with a snake for a body (and without wings), wherefore he was from the Naga-type dragon of the Indo-Europeans...who also had Rudra as their god. Just as one can conclude that Zeus came out of the Cecrops line because he too (in the most-ancient times) was depicted as a man with a snake for a body, so we find that Zeus is considered to be the same as "Dyas" of India. Thus, Cecrops, Zeus, and Rod all originate in an Indo-European root...just like Ares and Rig.
As Ares was from Zeus in Zeus' (non-strict) Indo-European setting, it's no wonder that Ares was depicted as the dragon, and later I'll show that Cecrops was from Ares, no surprise, and that Zeus, strictly speaking now, depicted a (Trojan) peoples stemming from the Cecrops line. The point is, Rig was only one dragon line from Rudra, and the Redones the other. I suspect that the two lines meeting in Scandinavia was depicted with the circular serpent (called "Ouroboros") with tail in mouth, a symbol of the dragon-line world rule.
We find in the Yngling Saga that Danp had "Drott" as a daughter. The latter is a term that evokes "Dryad/Dryas")," the mythical progenitor of the Edonians of Thrace. Thus "Drott" is a term referring quite likely to Druid royalty (not a new idea). As explained earlier, I believe the Edoni became the Jutes because Jutes were called "Eotens," wherefore Drott should be so viewed, or at least stemming from the Jutes.
If all this is correct, the Danes proper come out looking like Edonians, and therefore a branch of Jutes. But only on the side of Rig/Danp/Drott. This result of defining the Dane as a Danann-Edonian mix squares with my previous conclusion, that the Danes were a Danann-Jute mix (squares are good). That Drott and Rig should be equated as the same peoples squares with Dryas (i.e. Drott) having been a son of Ares (as was Rig).
If the Danes were formed from the Danann, we'd expect that the Danes and their Jute allies would come visit and then live among the Danann. And so we find a Danann goddess, Eadon. She was commonly paired, but not quite equated, with Brigit, wherefore if I be right in identifying Brigit as the Thracians-come-Bryges (i.e. the Phrygians), then it seems fairly probable from this angle that the Bryges were an Eadon i.e. Edonian branch. At the least, a Danann-Jute alliance is implied yet again by Eadon's presence among Danann gods.
"Drott" is a mythical term to depict a people called, "Drottinn," a Yngvi federation of peoples. No, Yngvi is not a Japanese sausage, but the mythical ancestor of the Danes. In the opinion of some (including mine), though not all agree, "Yngvi" is a term not quite equating with, but putting forth, the Angles. I think that the myth writer used the term specifically to show the roots of the Angles. But because the Danes trace themselves to the Yngvi as well, I can use Yngvi lore for my purposes here.
Sometimes, when there is a dispute over lineage, two or more sides may be correct, by which I mean to say that the Angles and other such Germanics were probably a mix; from a Yngvi mash. Does this mean that the Yngvi were sausages after all? Well, yeah, that's one way of putting it, as in ground boar from the grinder of civil war spitting out many links from the same Yngvi meat hook.
The following quote ties the fightin' Danes to the fightin' Angles as "brothers": "Saxo Grammaticus in his Gesta Danorum presents three different Danish monarchs named Dan...Saxo begins his history with two brothers named Dan and Angul..." (Wikipedia). There you have it: as Danes themselves claim to be rooted in the Ynglings, a Dane-Anglo connection seems certain if indeed the Angles also stem from the Yngvi. The Danes and the Angles would square it off for centuries over who would get to rule England, but the sausage links who stemmed from Yngvi are not my concern here; rather, I want to focus on the boar itself: Frey. Is is said that Yngvi and Frey were one, or at least inter-married allies.
This reasoning so far is very valuable. For one thing, it tells what was once a mystery to me, the origin of Rollo the Dane. I now know that his bloodline was a Yngvi-Edonian mix, and this then defines the Sinclair blood of the Norman-English throne...considered sacred by the Templars. Ahh, but as the Normans were from Rollo, while he was a Dane, the Danes did finally wrestle England from the Anglo-Saxons. And in those royal Danes was the Rose Line that the Frank/Merovingian Rosicrucians wanted to hog all to themselves. Finally, after the Merovingians had lost all power, they joined the Danes, in the Templar thrust to rule the kingdom of Jesus Christ on earth. Unfortunately, Jesus did not consider them kosher enough to act as His representatives.
The Yngvi-Drott alliance is the same as the Dana-Rig alliance, meaning that the Yngvi (and therefore Frey) were the Danann. Or put it this way, that the Danann allied to Rig in Norway then moved to Sweden to become the Yngvi.
Now the origin of the term "drott" is interesting, as it appears to be a derivation of "dragon": "[drott] in Old Saxon [is]: drohtin, Old English: dryhten, Old High German: truhtin. The word comes from Proto-Germanic druhtinaz and is derived from druhti- meaning "war band"...In Gothic appears the verb driugan meaning "to do military service". In Old English dréogan and in Icelandic drygia..." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drott)
The terms above that resemble "dragon" also resemble "Trojan/Thracian," and as I've mentioned elsewhere, the Edonian progenitor, "Dryad/Dryas" appears as a variation of "Troad and "Troy." That the Edonians were involved in Britain is implied where Dryas was a lord of Greek Calydon, for the Caledonians of Britain are thereby indicated in turn. That the Edonians were from the dragon sun god, Tammuz, may be evident (among other things) in the similarity between "Edoni" and "Adoni," the latter being Tammuz to the Greeks.
Drott was married to Domar of the Yngling House, and here I might view "Domar" as an allusion to the bloodline of "Damuzi," the Babylonian form of "Tammuz." Remember that Damuzi had Ishtar for a wife, and she had Enki for a father, "Enki" looking like "Yngvi." Yngvi was not an historical peoples/person, but a mythical codeword created by a ruler(s) who, I'll assume, wanted to connect his royal line in Sweden to the Enki-Tammuz root of the sun-god.
The son of Yngvi married codeword, "Skadi," an obvious allusion to Scythians. Skadi was known as the Ski Goddess, and behold that our word "ski," as well as our word, "skid," comes from the Old Norse, "skith," meaning "piece of wood" and "snowshoe" (all this according to my dictionary). It would apparently suggest that Scythians were named after sleds, meaning also that they were by force of that definition a northerly peoples. But as "skith" is an Old Norse term, the Scythians here (depicted by "Skadi") are not those still living north of the Black sea, but those migrated into Scandinavia. I think, therefore, that the marriage of Yngvi to Skadi is essentially the alliance of the Danaan to Ares/Rig/Danp/Drott...west-side (of Europe) dragon blood to east-side dragon blood...same as Vanir to Aesir blood...same as Gaul to Goth blood.
Jordanes said that the Dani trace themselves to the stock of Suetidi; that is, to the Swedes, and therefore without any question to the Yngvi Swedes. The Swedes were also known as "Heruli" (from which our "earl" derives), wherefore when we see Rig's "son" code-worded as "Rig-Jarl," the "Jarl" part also being a version of "earl," it would appear that "Jarl" was added to Rig to show Rig's Heruli ancestry/connection.
As the Ares bloodline was the Manes bloodline out of Armenia, we come to the Ingaevone tribe (descendants of "Ingo") of Germanics, whom in German myth were from the god, Mannus. The Ingaevones were probably of the same blood as the Yngvi (not a new idea), and are commonly said to have become the Jutes, Angles, Saxons, Frisians, Dutch (all Gothic sausages)...but why not also the Danes proper? In an Old-English poem, we read: "Ing was first amidst the East Danes," yet the East Danes were revealed elsewhere as the Geats and therefore of the Gothic fold.
The problem is, Ing was, in being related to Yngvi, a Vanir, whereas the Getae-come-Goths brought forth the Aesir (no doubt explaining why some do not equate the Yngvi with the Ingaevones even though those terms are an almost-exact match). But why argue either/or; why not view the Ingaevones as an Yngvi-Goth mix, the same mix under discussion? Then everyone's right. I would suggest further that the East Danes were the so-called Jotars, defined as Danes who mixed it up with Goths in Jutland. The question is, were Jutes a Dane-Goth mix? Or should Jutes be viewed as pure Goths aside from their mixing with Danes?
I would think that "Danp," in the strict sense, depicted the "East Danes" who, though "Geats," can be viewed as proto-Danes. If I'm not mistaken, it was in the Yngling Saga that Danp was made the husband of Dana in producing the Danes.
According to Nennius, "we find Mannus corrupted to Alanus and Ingio/Inguio, his son, to Neugio. Here the three sons of Neugio are named as Boganus, Vandalus, and Saxo -- from whom came the peoples of the Bogari, the Vandals, and the Saxons and Tarincgi"
Thus Nennius included Vandals (yet another semi-Gothic group) in with the Ingaevones, and while I don't agree with much of his tracings of the peoples, I think he has the Saxon-Vandal connection correct, and this may be explained by his being related to those peoples...wherefore he had better information on that score. He was from Gwynedd, Wales, a kingdom built by peoples from Vannes (Brittany), for Vannes was Gwenea, and "Gwynedd" a variation of "Gwenea." And Vannes was a settlement of the Veneti. But Vandals stemmed also (in part) from the Veneti, meaning that the Vandals were, so to speak, cousins of Nennius. I see the Saxons putting forth the Vandals and the Vandals producing half of the Merovingian bloodline, but I'll get to that later.
There are others who tie the Germanics to the Alans, though how that came about seems foggy. It is known that the Vandals were closely allied to Alans, and I have my own theory. I believe that the proto-Vandals (on their Veneti side only) were the Danaan/Fir-Bolg of northern Italy who went on (eastward) to produce, in proto-Russia (600ish BC), an eastern branch, the Alans (the "Gelonus"). If Nennius is correct in making the Vandals, and all other Germanics, the offspring of Alans, then Alans had to come west to Scandinavia, wherefore it could appear that the Alan root (in Russia) was, at least in part, the Roxolani, even Rig...who intermarried with the Yngvi to produce the Ingaevones. I think I can agree with that.
As I say that the Ingaevones produced the Danes, so now I want to show evidence that Rollo the Dane descended from the Yngvi (can I get a patent on this discovery, or has someone beat me to it?). Rollo's father was Ragnvald the Wise, jarl/earl of More. Ragnvald's father was Ivarsson (jarl of More), and his father in turn was Ivar, of course, while his father was Halfdan II, the son of Hild (born 700ish), daughter of Erik of Westfold, the son of Agnar.
But behold, for there was an Erik of the Yngling house, the grandson of Drott, and he was the son of Agne (first/second century AD), wherefore the Agnar (seventh century) of the Rollo line, who begot Erik, was surely from the Agne-Erik Ynglings...because Agnar and Erik were, surely, named in honor of (their ancestors), Agne and Erik.
It's true that Erik (son of Agne) was of a Swedish family (in Uppsala), but in another work (by Saxo Grammaticus) Erik is said to be from Norway. No problem, people move about. In that work, he is Ericus Disertus and has "Ragnus the Champion" as his father, but I do see that "Ragnus" is a variation of "Agne." No problem. But "Ragnus" sure does evoke "Rig." It's very interesting that Ericus' descendant, a certain Erik the Eloquent, had a half-brother named "Roller/Rollerus," as that evokes Rollo the Dane's ancestors.
Because the mother of Ericus was recorded as "Skjalf," Ericus is said by some to be the progenitor of the so-called "Scylfing" branch of Ynglings. These are regarded as the Swedes, whereas certain descendants of the Scylfings, namely the Scyldings from Skjold, are regarded as the Danes. Erik the Eloquent descended from Skjold and was therefore a Dane, wherefore Rollo comes out looking like a Dane.
In the Aetartolur, an old-Norse work, the Scylfings/Swedes originate in Hordaland (Norway)!! In the same work, the Scyldings/Danes, also from Norway, are sons of a "Skelfir," he being thought to be an eponym of the Scylfing/Swede house. Here Erik the Eloquent, of the Dane house, puts forth a grandson, Vikar, who was king of Hordaland.
This origin of Danes off the European mainland is a difficulty for those who expect their origin in Denmark, but I'm ready to now say that the proto-Danes, as red-line peoples of Britain, sailed to and settled Norway, and only after merging with the Goths/Jutes of Sweden did they move to Jutland/Denmark where they were labelled "Jotars."
It would seem that the peoples that the Danes mixed it up with in Haeredaland were none other than the peoples depicted by Geryon, who were there long before, and that leads me again to identify Geryon as Cimmerians, those who had named Jutland "Cambria." As it's clear that the Greek myth writers identified Geryon as a Gorgon, the Cimmerians and Gorgons must have been one and the same.
It's important to now say that Erik the Eloquent, a Dane of Haeredaland, was called an "Ylfing," which is to say a "Wolfing" = Wolf Clan, and this would then identify the Danes as stemming from Lug of Ireland, since after all Lug was a ruling Danann peoples there. It seems obvious that Loki, the Scandinavian wolf god, a Vanir leader, was this same Lug who put forth the Danes.
The island of Vanaheim (= Van(ir) Home) must have been headquartered by the Vanir at Norway, the original home of the Danes (the peoples at one time thought Scandinavia to be an island, which it is not quite). It is said that the land of Vanaheim was Ymir's body floating on water, this meaning that the Vanir, who do not descend from Ymir, came to live on the land once inhabited by the Gamir = Cimmerians. Frey was, after all, married to the giantess, Gerd, and she was the daughter of Gymir. Therefore Frey became allied to Cimmerians, which is to say a Geryon-Frey alliance.
In this picture the Swedes proper (the Scylfings) were likewise Vanir (at the start, anyway), and the Aesir turn out to be the Goths/Jutes who were in proto-Sweden (Gotaland) ahead of the Swedes. Odin, therefore, was the ancestral symbol of the Jutes/Eotens, not of the Swedes. Indeed, whereas in the Chronicle of Leire we find "Nori" as an eponym of Norway and "Dan" as an eponym of Denmark, the eponym of Sweden is "Ostren," a term that the myth writer may very well have borrowed from "Ostrogoth."
In Codeword Land, two-headed giants called "Ettins" had relations with Cimmerians of the Black sea and are possibly the Thrace-to-Scandinavia connection, even Rig, for as we can see, "Ettin" is an obvious allusion to the Edonians/Eotens/Jutes. The question is, what did the two heads depict?
In certain writings, the term "Yngvi-Frey" is found, which some may view as Yngvi and Frey depicting the very same peoples. It may be otherwise viewed as an alliance of two distinct peoples. The Frey-Cimmerian alliance? The Cimmerians do bring us back to Enki (and keep in mind here that I believe the Cimmerians of Iran then became associated with the Rosh at Lake Van), wherefore Vanaheim may have been named by the Cimmerians, not the Danes. But, then, were not the Danes/Vanir themselves named after Lake Van? I think quite possibly.
But weren't the Danes named after the Danann? No. There were no such peoples. It's a mythical term that must have been created by myth writers to show the ancestry of the Danes in the Danaan of Greece. Yet it also shows that the Danaans were in Britain, and that these were proto-Danes. In other words, the proto-Danes were the historical Bolgs and other such related Thracians-come-Gauls, including the Ligurians represented by Lug. I'm identifying the Bolgs as the Ligurian peoples of Bologne, Italy, who then settled Boulogne on the Frank coast over-looking England, before sailing to Britain as the mythical Danann.
When these Thracians (by that time mixed with Geryon's Cimmerians) got to Norway, they merged with the Vanir cult of the Cimmerians there, and somehow became "Danir." I suspect easily that since the British Cimmerians depicted by Geryon had been of the same family as Hercules, they had been Greek Danaans and had retained "Dan" for centuries as a sacred, but not civil, name for themselves. This was made obvious by their having "Dana" as their goddess. Hence, they were called both Vanir and Danir, the rhyming being coincidental.
To what extent the Cimmerians of Scandinavia were depicted by Rig, I do not know. Rig may have depicted them wholly, or Rig may have (as the Roxolani) moved in with them. If he depicted them wholly, he couldn't have been the Roxolani, for the Cimmerians were in Scandinavia even before the birth of the Roxolani. However, Rig may have been the Rox portion of that name, the Rox being the most ancient Cimmerian branch into Scandinavia, and then followed later by the Roxolani.
It's all-too possible that the Arochi peoples in Hordeland, and/or the Rugii next door in Rogaland, descended from the Rosh, for "Rosh" could certainly modify to "Rochi/Rugi," especially if the Rosh had become the Roxolani. One wonders how the Varangian Rus, from Sweden, came forth from the mix of peoples, but it is widely thought that they were remnants of Biblical Rosh.
Frey had a long beard, evoking Enki the sun god who was likewise depicted conspicuously with a long beard. Frey was in fact a sun god pulled in a chariot by a golden boar, and while this connects him to Helios of Eridanus i.e. the Redone Gauls, it moreover connects him to a peoples depicted by a boar. Recall from a previous chapter that I tentatively identified the Boar of Brittany (mentioned by Geoffrey of Monmouth in his Merlin myth) as the Pollok family. The Polloks, a branch of Merovingians, used a boar for their family symbol.
And there were other Merovingians that likewise used the boar to depict themselves, namely the Vere clan, which has to this day organizations claiming to be official protectorates of the dragon bloodline. Note the city in Hordaland wherein the Scylfings ruled: "...Skelfir was king of Vörs..." (modern Voss) (http://www.whatis.tv/Scylfing.html).
I found that the Veres ruled Brittany (to be discussed later), and that proto-Merovingians founded Vannes, Brittany, so that the Veres should prove to be the Boar of Brittany. The Stewarts would apparently fit the mould of boars, which in those times was considered a good symbol, of might (the might of war). I couldn't call that "good," however, as I would depict "might" with one word, "JESUS." There's power in that name when you honor Him; when you love him, you'll have Him when you need Him, a greater power at the tip of your tongue you cannot hope to possess (though of course the power is not yours to trigger at will).
I found this: "The Motto for the Stewart de Rothsay Coat of Arms is 'Avito viret honore', which means 'He flourishes through the honour of his ancestors.'" The dragon line was all about the worship and continuation of ancestral designs for this planet, namely rule under Satanic forces. If that sounds a little sensational, then hear someone (Bill Cooper) who says the same without mentioning Satan: "The fact that all the royal families of Europe were, and indeed still are, interrelated is something that is accepted and well known. But what was the origin of these families (or rather this original family) who have always insisted that they were set above the common herd and entitled to rule their fellow man by a sort of divine right, a claim that cost Charles I of England, and the royal families of France and Russia, their very lives."
The same author then asks, "So, were Baath, Iobaath, Izrau and Ezra the original stock from which the later royal families of Europe are descended?" These four were quoted as being the progenitors of Ireland/Britain, and moreover said to be sons of Magog, son of Japheth. I don't quite believe it put that way, but yes something very close as I think the Irish were Gogi. Perhaps that's how the people who put that genealogy together envisioned their people from Magog, as he and Gog seem to go hand and hand in Ezekiel 38...though I think the connection is more Gog to the land of Magog (i.e. proto-Russia) than strictly to the blood of Magog.
The genealogy at the website above, by Nennius the Welsh historian, if you care to view it, is obviously too simplictic and therefore erroneous at parts, but it does attempt to show the various European peoples tucked together as families, and may at points be an accurate guide. Another genealogy, of early Ireland only, and given by the same author, can be seen at http://www.ldolphin.org/cooper/ch8.html (or view it here). Note "Baath" in the latter genealogy; could "he" depict the Butes bloodline?
The four names above are found in both genealogies, suggesting perhaps that secret-society dopes (I'm being descriptive, not rude) were copying one another from time to time, out of the store of secret writings within their reach, each having his own version of papa's sacred roots (O thou mighty Zeus you cannot so much as hear poor Nennius while in your rotten grave, let alone guide his desperate thoughts! Translation: call on the Living God).
Nennius has the four names stemming from Javan (Greeks) yet forming the Germans, while the other genealogy has the four names forming the Irish tribes. This "contradiction" squares with my findings wherein the Irish tribes (from Greeks) end up in Sweden to become the Danes and various Germanics. You can see (in the genealogy) how Nennius divides Mannus into three German tribes, the Vandals and Saxons coming forth from Neugio/Nugue. Wonderful on that score, but Nennius must have been on dope when he made the Romans come forth from the Germans! Either that, or he didn't have the internet at his disposal.
The Jutes founded the Kent family/region of England, and as I speculated earlier that this was a bloodline from the Centaurs/Kentaurs of Thrace, note that astrologers placed the famous star, Rigil, in the constellation of Centaurus...meaning that the god, Rig, and his bloodline, may likewise have stemmed from the Centaurs. Centaurs (half horse, half human) were a peoples who valued/worshiped horses, even as the first two Kent kings, likely mythical names, meant "horse." The Kent Arms has a white horse at the center. The Thracians were depicted by the white horse. Note that while the Lydians were at first Meonians, "The Jutes of the [Hampshire, England] mainland appear to have been known as the 'Meonwaras' [meaning "Meon peoples"] whose name is preserved in Stoke Meon, and East and West Meon..."
"Rigil Kent," as this star is sometimes called, is also "Alpha Centuari," the star closest to the Earth, or so say the astronomers...whom are now so occult-oriented that they are not to be trusted any longer for sharing facts. For example, the Danann were said to have the capability of going back and forth in time, and to go from world to world, the very teaching -- i.e. worm holes, multiple dimesions, black holes, etc. -- now being put forward by modern "scienctific" astronomy. It needs to be understood that modern astronomy was founded, and has been therefore controlled, by Rosicrucians of the Royal Society.
It is they who expanded the universe to unimaginable size merely for to make their theory of evolution seem more likely in your mind than Creationism. I have looked at photos of galaxies, and there is no convincing me that they are such, for they look rather like single stars that have exploded their "guts," so to speak, outwardly. There is no way to prove that the foggy material seen in a "galaxy" represents billions of stars, though of course the astronomers will convince you of their detecting individual stars. Impossible to say, for that "individual star" may be nothing but a small segment of one star's "guts." I think modern astronomy is deeply guilty of sensationalism.
As Rosicrucians were astrologers descended from astrologers going way back to the craft of very ancient times, expect modern astronomical "facts" to align with sacred astrological tenets. As any thinking man can understand, it is impossible to calculate the distance to the stars, or even the relative distances; modern astronomy bases the relative distances on theory, and can manipulate as it pleases. It may very well be that Rigil has been made the star closest to the earth for the reason that Royal-Society blokes were closest to the god, Rig. That's how the earliest ancient astronomers worked, placing themselves in the heavens at the most sacred location(s).
Rosicrucians and their ilk have generally been the most vigorous in the exploration of philosophy, sciences, and new lands, but that in itself is not reason enough to give them a thumbs-up. What about their infiltration of governments, and their murders in their quest for power over us? They who infiltrate religions to set one side against another to the point of war, and then blame all wars on religions, are snakes in the grass, and they'll bite you too when in their interests.
...And Half the Dane from the Danann
This chapter traces the Swedes, Danes and Ingaevones
from mythical boars of the Greek theater
to the makings of Redone Gauls.
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