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Janna Britton
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« Reply #135 on: November 16, 2008, 03:39:41 am »

One verse from the Norse Hryminnesmal gives one line explaining the beginning of the "first age". The saga of the Boxstrom-faimily gives an extensive, logical and very scientific description of time origin, - as it explains the background, the location, the circumstance and the consequence of how the first man and woman came into existence.

For the first time ever do we see a myth that progressively describes historical processes, - while it explain the logic of the different phases and effects of the process. Thus I may close by a question - what happened to the Bible if we forget "God" and exchange "him" with "Adam"? And what happens if we demote Jupiter and Zeus from the "magical realm" and give them their historical presence - as well as their breath back?! The Asers have their own myth of origin, calling it

The Saga of The Ring, - dating their origin back before Ice-time. Explaining its occurrence, as well as its effects, - such as the arctic climate, the entire arctic nature, as well as the arctic human being, AND its culture.

Well, present geology states that the ice-time was here already 35 million years ago. 29 million years MORE than the public estimate less than 10 years back. 20 years back Ice-time was assumed to had been "coming and going" for 600.000 years, - some colleges pushing the time-line to 1,8 million years. At that time, in 1985, the Bock-Saga was revealed - saying that ice-time lasted for 50 million years, before ending 10.000 years ago.

Only one line of Norse myth deals about our very first origin - as human beings. But we have the first five verses of the great epic Voluspaa - describing the origin of the North-Atlantic population - as a branch from the Aser who survived 50 million years of ice-time, as they escaped to "Noatun" (ref. Voluspaa). Rising solid, arctic sons and daughters on his "New Yard", Noa, "The Newer" was able to send 10 of his sons to all corners of the world - greeting from the King of The North Pole, successor of the first speaking monkeys, Frei and Freia, who named themselves "As-r".

Managing to survive on Noa-tun, the Aser could reach the tropics and explain the destiny of Alt-land-is, - as the envoys managed to reach the 10 tropical Kingdoms. The Aser was known as the very first of all royal families - not only to the Norse Kings but also to all tropical Royals.
The existence and impact of the Aser are still respected in all major mythologies. Still they all refer their ethnic and cultural origin to the "Top of the Globe", i.e. the North Pole Area. Professor W. Warren, President of Boston University, explained this in detail already 107 years ago.

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