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1-5-07 Swedish Background

An Insanity is to reason perfectly on a false assumption! Many are taught at Universities!
Don't memorize. Experience physical and behavioral Reality by Observation!

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Introduction and Timeline 

1-5-07-00 History of Scandinavia - Wikipedia
1-5-07-01 Stone Age 8000 - 2000 BC
1-5-07-01-1 Upper Paleolithic
1-5-07-01-2 Mesolithic
1-5-07-01-3 Neolithic
1-5-07-01-4 Copper 7700-3300 BC
1-5-07-02 Nordic Bronze Age 2000 - 500 BC
1-5-07-03 Pre-Roman Iron Age 500 - 0 BC
1-5-07-04 Roman Iron Age 1 - 400 AD
1-5-07-05 Migration Period 300 - 700 AD
1-5-07-06 Germanic Iron Age 400 - 800 AD
1-5-07-07 Thing (assembly) Antiquity-Present
1-5-07-08 Vandal Age 255 - 793 AD
Swedish Human Sacrifice 1010
1-5-07-09 Varangian 750 - 1100 AD

1-5-07-10 Viking 800 - 1066 AD
1-5-07-11 Viking Expansion 750-1000 AD
1-5-07-12 Viking Age750 - 1100 AD
1-5-07-13 Gamla Uppsala - Historical Center
1-5-07-14 Human Sacrifice Recorded 1070
1-5-07-15 Christianization of Sweden 990 - 1200
1-5-07-16 Middle Ages 800 - 1521 AD
1-5-07-17 Kalmar Union 1397-1520
1-5-07-18 Reformation 1530
1-5-07-19 Thirty Years War 1618 - 1638
1-5-07-20 New Sweden 1638 - 1655
1-5-07-21 Great Northern War 1700-1721
1-5-07-22 Christina 1626 - 1689
1-5-07-23 1810 War Between Sweden and Russia
1-5-07-24 Swedish Emigration
 

 

 

 

 


Introduction

The things most relevant to our background and understanding are:

1) Sailors prehistoric spreading knowledge of motion in the night sky leading to conceptualization of the Most High Unseen God,
2) the pertoglifs and Megaliths,
3) Human Sacrifice of pre-Christians times,
4) the common background of Indo-Europeans from pre-history,
5) the links and mixing of Scandinavian and Russian peoples,
6) the catholic/protestant conflicts,
7) the role of Sweden in pre-history America and
8) Sweden in early historical America

Timeline of Prehistoric Sweden


Uppsala, Sweden
(Place of Human Sacrifice)

Main articles: Old Uppsala and Temple at Uppsala.

A go?i leads the people in sacrificing to an idol of Thor in this painting by J.L. Lund.

A goði leads the people in sacrificing to an idol of Thor in this painting by J.L. Lund.

The German chronicler Adam of Bremen has described how it was done at the Temple at Uppsala at Old Uppsala in Sweden, ca 1070:

Thor was the most powerful god and ruled over thunder and lightning, wind and rain, sunshine and crops. He sat in the centre with a sceptre (Mjolnir) in his hand, and on each side were Odin, the god of war, in full armour and Frey, the god of peace and love, attributed with an enormous erected phallus. All the pagan gods have their priests who offer them the people's sacrifices. If there is disease or famine, they sacrifice to Thor, if war to Odin and if weddings to Frey.

Every ninth year there is a blót of nine days, a common feast for everyone in Sweden. Then they sacrifice nine males of each species, even men, and the bodies are hanged from the branches of a grove near the temple. No one is exempt from this blót and everyone sends gifts to the shrine, even the kings. Those who are Christian have to pay a fee not to take part in the blót.

Adam of Bremen considered this financial penalty to be very harsh.
 

It is possible that the last nine-day blót was performed in 1078. The Temple at Uppsala was probably destroyed by king Ingold I in 1087. For quite some time there had been civil war between Christians and pagans every nine years, and this was the year of the last battle.

According to Snorri, there was a main blót at the Temple at Uppsala in February, the Dísablót, during which they sacrificed for peace and for the victories of the king. The blót was also performed to see how large the next harvest would be. Then the Thing of all Swedes was held and there was a grand fair, the Disting. The Disting survived Christianity, and the tradition has never been interrupted. The fair is still held every first Tuesday in February in Uppsala, even though the date has sometimes been moved within the month. In 1968, the tradition of discussing official matters was resumed.

In the year 2000, the blót were resumed at Old Uppsala after more than 900 years, by the Swedish Ásatrúar.

It is possible that the last nine-day blót was performed in 1078. The Temple at Uppsala was probably destroyed by king Ingold I in 1087. For quite some time there had been civil war between Christian and pagans every nine years, and this was the year of the last battle.

According to Snorri, there was a main blót at the Temple at Uppsala in February, the Dísablót, during which they sacrificed for peace and for the victories of the king. The blót was also performed to see how large the next harvest would be. Then the Thing of all Swedes was held and there was a grand fair, the Disting. The Disting survived Christianity, and the tradition has never been interrupted. The fair is still held every first Tuesday in February in Uppsala, even though the date has sometimes been moved within the month. In 1968, the tradition of discussing official matters was resumed.

In the year 2000, the blóts were resumed at Old Uppsala after more than 900 years, by the Swedish Ásatrúar

in my desire for a healthy culture, I will show a contempt for human sacrifices like the suicide bombings,  assassinations and gangland killings as inhuman corruption born in ignorance, hatred and spiritual corruption. My own forefathers performed human sacrifices. But the change in the Swedish Culture is a manifestation of the power of Jesus life as the Christ (founder of a New Culture - a new level of human existence). Here is some the the proofs of the truth of Christ by His effect on the course of history.

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