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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence

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Janna Britton
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« Reply #135 on: November 16, 2008, 03:37:00 am »

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  posted 01-18-2005 01:23             
The ancient connections between the cultures of Eurasia, Egypt and India are doubtless. We just do not know - yet - how and where all the old cultures originated from. Present geological knowledge -explaining a cataclysmic end of the last ice-age, may help clarify the posibile movements of ancient cultures. Knowing that the Scandinavian and the Basques still carry the same genes as did their 10.000 year old forefathers - the first Europeans.

Thus the relation between the Scandinavian and the Basque language should be closer examined. All the more so since a Finnish professor of Egyptology - already in 1936 - concluded an intensive study by a book showing the clear relations between classical Finnish and "Old Egyptian", - an area Prof. Aspenhovi had made his speciale. Before he realized that his desk was covered with old Finnish dialect...

His works show dozens on dozens of related words, - such as house-roof-kitchen, etc, - or head-hand-fingers,toes,legs, etc. Given that his "old Egyptian" is linguistically correct the identical synonomity of words is far beyond accidental. So far it has been viewed as a "incident of syncronicity" by the Finnish collegues. Due to a rather defensive form of modesty they have left the investigation and closed the case.

Due to a need for quick solutions to difficult questions it is already long-time ago since the Finnish historians concluded that ancient Finnish Kings never did exist. Nor did any cultural connection - to the great civilsations - exist either.

According to the Catolic History of the 12th and 13th century Finland was a dark and murky place, where any good christian could face evil danger and savage people - ommitting sorcery and fraternaising with the devil. Himself...

This old "facts" was originating in the 12th century and re-written in the midst of the 15th century, as in Historica Suecia, 1555. Somehow the Finns still by into that realm. As modern Finnish academia have not found any "authorized documents" that states otherwise, they actually conclude that "there must be something" to the written material.

Some decades ago Finnish academia themmselves concluded that Finland was populated by "smal communities of primitive hunter-gather-culture with no overall, gouvernmental social organisation" - up to the very 12th century. When an English Bishop arrived - backed by some Swedish troopers - to get the province of Finnland into the "heird". Bringing civilisation and culture to the "Fennones".

As long as this grave misconception are allowed significance we see old and young historians restrain to investigate historical records or source-material that says otherwise. Such as the Anglo-Saxon Chronichles, the Icelandic and the Norse Sagas. They all refer to Finland as an; "(old) Kingdom". And still the decency of the Finns make them to favour the historical version of their later rulers, the Catolics Swedes.

Might one just reflect that there must have been some intrinsic power and a heavy force behind this mideval deception, as even Finish science is still affected by the Wrath of God, assisted by The Holy Faith of Eternal Truth and the Holy Spirit of Good Behaviour and Admireble Service.

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