A fallen Warrior 
who has been chosen by his Valkyr
The Chosen ~ artist unknown

Thesis Pieces


a.k.a.

True Northern Beginnings



This page contains my Thesis, in part, for becoming Rune Master of The Denali Institute of the Northern Traditions.
You have my permission to read and only to read.
Do NOT fold, spindle, rewrite, thrash, plagiarize, misquote, copy, mutate, etc.~ et.all.

~ޞ~
To do so shall invoke this curse, which is written back~assward until some maroon, {you know who you are}, attempts to procure my works:
IKOL, IKOL, IKOL: 3yb3yb3
tol reinroN eur yllufniaP llahs uoht ;eurT sgnihT dooG lla yawa nur ,efiL yawa nur ,kcuL yawa nuR :niatsid ym tsah uoht ,niap ni nruB ;naelc *erif 'SRAM yb nrub ydob yht ,dnah eniht nopu niats live eht ,daeh yht nopu stser taht tliug ehT

~::~
In this place I put this Power
to guard these pages on from this hour.

KA!..KA!..KA!
You Will Go Down Below!
So Mote It Be!


dragon line

This paper has slowly evolved over a span of time that is now but a memory within my lifetime. I have chosen to divide it into five seperate sections, five being the number of the stave Raidho - the rune of right order, that action of cosmic authority with which the skillful initiate chooses to work by, for this thesis has indeed become something of an academic work to my eyes. However, I have thoroughly enjoyed myself whilst compiling certain numerous facts which I considered to be most compelling for the Seeker, and of which I myself was before unaware of. Interesting trinkets of truth which had been most carelessly, or perhaps even quite carefully, swept aside by countless others, down through the minute cracks of timeless ages.

It is my hope that you truly enjoy this

journey through time    



Interpretative Findings



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THE SOURCES:

"Akkadian Language: Chapter Two";
"the prehistory of the Ancient Near East";
Heise, John; 1996;
http://www.sron.ruu.nl/~jheise/akkadian/prehistor y.html
[accessed 05/07/99]

"The Boxgrove Archeological Project";
Roberts, Mark; 1997;
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/boxgrove/
[accessed 06/09/99]

"Archaeology Magazine";
Jul/Aug 97, pgs 11, 13, 40-47, 62-67;
Sep/Oct 97, pgs 19, 20, 24, 32-39, 40-41;
Nov/Dec 97, pgs 18, 19, 47, 72-76;
Jan/Feb 98, pgs 54-61;
_A.I.A._, New York, New York.

"National Geographic Magazine";
"The Celts", by Severy, Merle;
vol.151, no.5, May 1977, pgs. 582-682;
_N.G.S._, Washington, D.C.

"A Chronological Framework for Human Origins";
Chamberlain, A.T.;
1991, _World Archaeology Magazine_ 23:2.

"Western Civilization, ninth edition, vol. 1";
Burns, Edward McNall, & Lerner, Robert E, & Meacham, Standish;
1980, W.W. Norton & Co., Inc; New York, New York.

"The Northmen: The Emergence of Man";
Froncek, Thomas;
1974, Time Life Inc.; New York, New York.

"A History of the Vikings: Revised Editon";
Jones, Gwyn;
1984, Oxford University Press; Oxford, New York.

"The Penguin Atlas of Ancient History";
McEvedy, Colin;
1967, Penguin Books Ltd.; London, England.

"The Vikings";
Roesdahl, Else;
1991, Penguin Press; London, England.

"Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries About the Event that Changed History";
Ryan, William and Pitman, Walter;
1998, Simon & Schuster; New York, New York.

"A History of the Ancient World";
Starr, Chester G.;
1991, Oxford University Press; Oxford, New York.

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