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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence

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Janna Britton
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« Reply #60 on: November 16, 2008, 03:07:10 am »

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Hi again,
Since I heard about the Bocksaga first time - in 1989 - I have spent a load of hours checking its "farfetched" statements and incredible outlines.
Of many relevant sources I looked on all the known, historical material from the northern countries, containing the oldest myths and legends known of "pre-christian" Europe. Due to its specifc relevance to the Finnish area I focused on the oldest litterate sources of Ireland, England and Iceland/Norway.

After three yars of minutious comparision I was still not able to find ONE undisputable recognition from all this material that really contradicted the essensials - or even some details - of the "hillarious" - or even "outrageous" Bocksaga.

Thus the old poem "RIGS TULA" - a Norse issue of the more famous "RIG VEDA" - clearly tells the story of how Rig, the procreating King, created the three levels of people, - namely the "Jarls" (Earls), the Kars (Peasants) and the Trels (laymen) -to constitute the different functions of a cultural society - of his people...

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Later did I come across a Finnish tourist-map from the 1950-ties, where the county surrounding Helsinki was labeled "Uudenmaan Lääni", obviously referring to the old "Odens land" - and not ONLY as a genitive of "Uusima" ("New-land").
(This name is obviously a mere transalation of the Fenno-Swedish name of that same area, "Ny-land" also meaning "New-land".)

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The conventional view to the "Swedish" language of the Finnish coastline - and the Helsinki area especially - is explaining that all the fenno-swedish names came with the Swedish "conquerors" - arriving around 1250-1300.

Though, - common sense alone will ask for the logic explanation to how a swedish "ruling-class" would spread into each and every nook and corner of the Finnish coastland - all the way from todays Carelia to the top of the Botnic Bay. Especially since the fenno-swedish language seems to be covering all the significant identities existing in this vast landscape -with hundreds of thousands of names - identifying all theese places around the yards, farms, villages, cities, bays, oceans, lakes, rivers, beaches, flatlands, woodlands, hills, hilltops and mountains. As well as all the other objects and identities one may find in theese areas.

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Using conventional OPINIONS - such as the well-known theory of the "Mideval Swedish expantion" into Finland - to prove the origin of the Fenno-Swedish language and culture - is a very risky endavour. That is if you are really looking for the truth of the matter. If one like to be CRITICAL - not to say "sceptic" - to this Saga-material one need to exercise the exact same critical review on the conventional information.

There is - to put it siple - still NO scientific proof established that really can tell if the coastal Finns where speaking Fenno-Swedish before 1250, or not. It is not even clear from where this population of southern Finland arrived - when the area around Helsinki got populated by new settlers in the 13th century.

It is likewise a major historical puzzle WHY this very core area of Finland was not populated (seemingly not at all) in the period between 1050 and 1250...

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To ridicule and gag about a new (and thus fragile) concept is very easy. It doesnt even take courage, yet alone intelligence. And still it may be very tempting - especially if one is "convinced" of some former opinion in one or many of theese matters.

Thus a highly stigmatized topic may still be hard to present or discuss. Such as the male fallos and its very essence; the spermea. Even among modern, well-educated and agnostic - or even professional scientists. Not even hundreds of rock-carvings and paintings are "understood". Although they -loud and clear - are telling that our ancestors, all over the world, kept the fallic exponence in the open. Obviously without "shame" or "disregard", but with a high degree of regard and proudness.

Still WE tend to view that as "primitive" or even "wrong". Thus when the Bocksaga refers to theese historical time, telling in length about this old "fertility-culture" - the re-action is close at hand. Especially since the saga goes straigth to the core of the most heavy condemnation of the former "headon culture", that was exercised by the religous or fundamental gouvernments all through the mideval age. Today we may just wonder about why, how and what started this condemnation of our natural organs, our geneticals, our recreative force and the essence of it all; being the "seed-of-life", namly the sperm, itself.

According to the Bocksaga values such as health, vitality, vigour, beauty and brigthness was regarded, cheerished and stimulated/developed during pagan time. One way of doing this was to keep our most highly developed cells, - the spermia - in a recirculative process within the body. By simply drinking the "life-water", also called "wisdom water". Arousing from the stones it may also explain the mythical "white stone of wisdom" - without the need of mysterious abstractions.

We may still find elements of this very priciple actually existing - at the base of old "headon" traditions, such as the Yogic, Tantric and Taoistic schools of wisdom. But after a millenia of catholic regime this knowledge was completly erradicated from the we4stern hemisphere. Even today do we find this topic difficult, embarassing or prejudiced. And not even the moist learned historians are able to give a founded and logic explaination to the mentioned rock-carvings and paintings - showing a number of aroused maledoms dancing around poles or fires.

Not to wonder that even young intelectuals still have a difficult time accepting the specifications of the Bocksaga; telling that not only did all men usually keep and cheerish their sperm as the manifesto of their inherited genuinity, vitality and wisdom. Not only did they drink their sperm to recirculate and reinforce this qualities, - but at occasions they even shared their individual qulities by sharing their sperm.

Today we may "share" a bottle - of beer, wine or liquor. But some of us have to be unconsciously drunk to even accept the possibility that two brothers or best friends - during the festival high-light of the pagan culture - could share a "natural high" - exchanging their "wisdom-water". It MAY seem strange, or even very strange, to us. But so does also our sexual taboos - and their resulting promiscuity, side-by-side with a quite funny "drug- and alchohol-culture".

It is hardly any evidence against the Bocksaga when it tells about theese "cultural traditions" of the pre-religious societies of ancient Eurasia.

Due to OUR hang-ups may the genuinity, the logic and the completeness of the Bocksaga be difficult to comprehend - not to say accept. At first. But keeping an open mind -at a second or even third reading - it may dawn on one that this saga-story is something different than a exiting myth, and exotic legend or a fabolous story. It may be the genuine result of an authentic, oral tradition - comprehended, kept and contributed by the most cultually councious and conservative family of the entire Finnish-speaking area.

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