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 No.2[Reply]

Featured Threads: Resources: ( >>540 ) Questions: ( >>17126 ) Opposing Views: ( >>14534 )

Asatru Essentials: >>13 Rules: http://jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion/asatru/rules.html

Friends: >>>/fringe/ >>>/cucktianity/ >>>/pdfs/ >>>/zundel/

What is Asatru?

Long before Christianity came to northern Europe, the people there – our ancestors – had their own form of spirituality that influenced every aspect of their culture. One expression of this European spirituality was Asatru. It was practiced in the lands that are today Scandinavia, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands, and other countries as well. Asatru is the original, or native, religion for the peoples who lived in these regions. Nevertheless, Asatru is more than just a religion in the narrow sense of the word. It is our way of being in the world; some of us call it the “Germanic Folkway” to underline this larger concept.

What does the word “Asatru” mean?

It means, roughly, “belief in the Gods” or “those true to the Gods” in Old Norse, the language of ancient Scandinavia in which so much of our source material was written. (A more literal translation would be “gaining experience of the ancestral sovereign gods.”) Asatru is a name given to the religion of the Norsemen, but we use this term to include the spiritual worldview of all the Germanic peoples, not just the Scandinavians.

When did Asatru start?

Asatru is thousands of yeaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.16635

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Featured Video

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 No.540[Reply]

Post your favorite websites, articles, blogs or books you've read, podcasts or radio you've heard or videos you've watched about Asatru in this thread.

This thread will help new users learn about our ways, by putting in one place the best material out there.

Asatru Essentials: >>13
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 No.19570

>>19569

Understood.

>>18847

A strange quote, I wonder if Redbad meant Helheim because in Redbad's day the Christians hadn't even adopted the words "God" or "Hell" and instead only used "Deus" and "Inferno".

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 No.19585

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Can't believe this one has not been mentioned yet:

http://hravan.com/

Hravan is an online library dedicated to Germanic paganism.

On Hravan you will find a variety of books that all have one thing in common: Germanic paganism is the central topic.

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 No.19596

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>>19585

>it even has von list's redpilled stuff

Nice

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 No.19606

>>19585

Some rare looking books on there. Here was Vinland is a neat book if you haven't looked at it already.

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 No.19624

Been looking at the Konungsbok particular its second page which is about half way through the Volsupa.

In the upper left corner some of the text has dissolved and I know there must be higher res scans somewhere but haven't found them yet.

Does anyone know where better scans are?

Particularly they be in color.

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 No.15315[Reply]

Let's have a thread about pagan jokes and funny pagan memes

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 No.19610

>>15955

Seriously, no troll, I can't even fathom how any honest pagan who is concerned about the survival of white Europeans could say that mudslimes are less of a threat to us that christians are.

Yes, the followers of kike-on-stick wiped out European Pagans… 1000 years ago.

The mudslimes are trying to wipe out European peoples TODAY.

The mudslimes are raping Europe's women TODAY.

The mudslimes are destroying European cities TODAY.

All because of (((them))) of course so kikes get the rope first

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 No.19613

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 No.19614

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 No.19615

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>>17932

Still much better than growing up a vapid nihilistic soyphone-addicted NPC incel kek

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 No.19623

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 No.8321[Reply]

>Stephen McNallen: Metagenetics – An Update

Ancestry matters. Most Asatruar will agree with that statement, but fewer will understand that the ancestors are with us, now and always, because of the time-transcending nature of the metagenetic bond. To the extent that rebirth occurs within the family line, we are those ancestors, manifested again in Midgard! Furthermore, that bond is special – it is closer than our bond to non-ancestors.

We are not “one.” Although there is a level on which every person is connected through the collective unconscious of humanity as a whole, the closeness of the connections varies immensely. Indeed, to some extent we are linked to all life – but that hardly causes us to value protozoa, goldfish, and camels as much as we do our brother or our father! The degree of connection is determined by similarity.

Continued at http://renegadetribune.com/stephen-mcnallen-metagenetics-an-update/

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 No.19234

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Group Survival is Not a Zero-Sum Game - Wolf Age

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 No.19618

>>8321

http://www.runestone.org/

Does anyone else think the background makes the text hard to read? I want to read though the site more but it needs a background/text color that doesn't give people a headache.

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 No.19619

>>19234

This is a little too boomer for me.

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 No.19622

Testing to see if this board is good as well.

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 No.17126[Reply]

This thread is for /Asatru/ related questions that don't need a separate thread.

#1: >>299

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 No.19607

>>19589

Hel (not Hell) or linger around as a ghost, if you're asking from a Norse perspective. Reincarnation is plausible and taught in Celtic mythology.

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 No.19616

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>>19589

Alfheim is a possibility!

Rhyming Thomas in the early 1200s said he met the Queen of Elves and then predicted and was right on how he said the Grandson of William the Lion would die and how this would cause a Civil War in Scotland which would ultimately lead to the ascension of Robert Bruce, King of Scots.

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 No.19617

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>>19616

That is really fascinating. I never heard that story before but Thomas the Rhymer sounds like a familiar name, but I've heard of Tristan. This picture I found is also something because I had a dream last week of meeting a really cute girl in a green dress, more like Swiss in style, and she had white hair and freckles, but the strange thing was this long arm hair she had. It resembled white fur and it was longest near the wrist where it flared out, and then tapered up to the elbow. She reminded me more of a cat than an elf.

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 No.19620

I missed you faggots

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 No.19621

>>19620

Its good to be home again.

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 No.16798[Reply]

New varg video, heathens

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 No.19584

>>19583

That’s why I’m gonna raise my future kids off the grid and away from the Jewish culture. They’re gonna grow up like Übermenschen compared to the freaks in urban areas

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 No.19591

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 No.19592

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>>19591

Knowing his luck, watch something big happen now that he's unleashed from the computer.

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 No.19593

>>19591

I wonder what he means by this

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 No.19612

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 No.18226[Reply]

Luci - fer # fer : means carry in Latin

Luci # simple sound change of "c" pronounced as "s" to "real k" sound

Luki # Loki has been known as "Lucky" in folklore, change "u" to "o"

Loki

Is that why the Ancient Romans didn't know any stories about him because he was known more up North? Such a word was only adopted by the Romans in their Latin, whereas Greek languages continued to use phosphorus to attain the same meaning. Does anyone know when the word "Lucifer" was adopted into Latin? Interestingly the Romanian language still preserves the meaning of the word "luci" but its pronunciation is wrong.

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 No.19143

>>19140

"light" is "lux" in Latin?

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lux#Latin

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 No.19178

>>19143

Only in the nominative

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 No.19188

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>>19139

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 No.19609

>>18226

No, because you can't assume words in two very different languages (latin and old norse/old northern germanic) are derived from each other just because they may sound similar.

Also, Loki is not evil. He is the personification of chaos in the universe, because the struggle of change is necessary for the growth to avoid stagnation. It's no coincidence he's the one responsible for getting the gods most of their best tools, including Freyr's ship, Odin's horse Sleipnir, and the Walls of Asgard.

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 No.19611

>>19609

This is all true. He is like the personification of a catalyst. Loki's role in the stories is very important.

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 No.8567[Reply]

"Asatru" art, form the past and the present. Scanned physical works, digitally produced, runes, symbols, gods, every theme under the sphere.

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 No.19565

>>19547

I read that book was bretty gud! Nice translation from Opera to Literature.

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 No.19594

File: a92500b706b5147⋯.mp4 (4,16 MB, 360x400, 9:10, Thor kills Thrym.mp4)

Final part of an opera about Þrymskviða where Þór kills Þrymr with his just reclaimed Mjölnir and brags a bit. Lyrics are almost all from the original and other Eddas.

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 No.19595

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>>19594

Pagan-themed operas interest me

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 No.19604

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>>17954

>bernie supporter

>having no children

Absolutely wicca tier!

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 No.19605

>>19595

I like that drawing with the array of emotions surrounding them. There was plenty of thought put into it. The tree branches and fruit almost look like body parts as well which fits nicely with Norse mythology if you recall the origins of man from trees.

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 No.335[Reply]

What games do you like to play /asatru/?
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 No.19166

Norn lore is cucked beyond belief and it literally shits all over Norse mythology. Its marvel-tier disrespectful to the source material.

A major lore character is the nigger son of a -WHITE- STRONK NORN WOMYN for fucks sake.

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 No.19167

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>>19166

Eh i wouldn't call it outright disrespectful, they just took a very idiosynchratic approach to the thing and combined native american/solutrean germanic faith with animism/spiritualism primarily derived from the european neolithic religion's known or suspected features

It's also still the only faction in any playable (quality-wise) MMO that directly resembles the old norse/viking germanics

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 No.19168

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 No.19586[Reply]

This August is said to be good for working rituals. Tonight is a new moon and Lammas/Freyfaxi is tomorrow, starting August off on a Wednesday. Then there will be two new moons this month, the other on the 30th. It's thought to be a good time for reversing anything troubling you or just creating a new reality for yourself. If you don't care for the astrological aspect, then there isn't much else for the month with only Asatru's Remembrance for Radbod, King of the Frisians, on August 9th. For August 1st, my recommendation would be to at least get outside and buy food to enjoy the day and hold a feast for the night, and then ask the gods to help you make changes tomorrow. Over in the UK, they are having festivals tomorrow in some areas. Iowa also has a LammasFest from the 2nd to 4th, a small event but anyone in the area might meet new people there.

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 No.19590

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>>19588

Do you have a shrine or yard? I don't so I'm just going to go for a walk in a nature park tomorrow and see if Wotan or anyone else gives me any signs for advice.

Something for me to notice already is how I bought bread for my mom, buy one get one free, without knowing my dad bought bread for her earlier, but then he didn't know I bought bread so he too bought the buy one get one free bread. I don't know if this is some kind of sign from Frey and/or Freyja but there is an overflow of bread in my kitchen.

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 No.19598

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>>19590

i think ill get some good quality bread at the store and offer it with some candles, someplace quiet out in the desert. i have a shrine but its packed up rn, and the back yard aint much to work with.

have a good Freyfaxi friends, Gods bless you and may you be industrious and honorable this year

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 No.19600

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>>19598

Bost shrine plox

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 No.19601

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I woke up today to my phone missing and I searched everywhere for it. I'm starting to think the elves may have taken it. Also unusual last night was thunder that was powerful enough to rumble the floor and shake the apartment building, causing dogs to bark, and thunderstorms are common where I live so it's not like I'm not used to them. This month has started off strange enough already.

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 No.19603

Okay, found my phone. No idea how it got to where it was but I have it now.

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 No.3842[Reply]

Post your favorite videos in this thread.

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 No.19368

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 No.19599

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Pro-white german vlogger visits the folk dance festival in Tallin

>.bitchute.com/video/V38KBo2jSrdr/

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 No.19575[Reply]

Do any exist, not interested in moving but just curious if they exist and if so how they are structured, laws, how religious functions work etc.

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 No.19576

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I'm not sure of any that currently exist but back in the eighties and nineties there was a commune called 'Volksberg' out in California that was set up by Jost Turner (a guy with Asatru connections who was married to Stephen McNallen's sister-in-law who believed in some sort of Norse-Hindu synthesis) and the NS Kindred. It's hard to find much online about Volksberg today, but here are a few things that I do know to get at least an overview of the man behind it:

Back To The Land - by Jost Turner

http://archive.fo/ARemE

The PDF I linked also has a few pages on him and his commune in chapter 13 that I thought was pretty unbiased for an academic work. Just CTRL + F 'Volksberg' and it should take you right to the part I'm talking about.

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 No.19577

>>19576

Great reads about an interesting person/story, thanks anon.

I find his assessment regarding the poor character of the people arriving in his commune to be especially relevant if any similar commune were established today. While not exactly the same I've seen several people on /pol/ claim to have established communes and can only wonder who would willingly move there. Any commune also would likely degenerate into faggotry given the sausage fest I'd imagine any place becoming.

Also any more info about this commune would be great lurkeranons if you have it.

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 No.19581

>>19577

I don't think that's true. I think it's the other way around. Faggotry hunts down sausage fests and enter themselves inside of it like a virus entering a cell.

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 No.17234[Reply]

Judeo-pissinsanity's Reign of Terror Over the Germanic Ancient World

The early Christian terrorists really were far worse than ISIS; one thing the two groups have in common is that they were doing the bidding of jews.

>.renegadetribune.com/christianitys-reign-of-terror-over-the-ancient-world/

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 No.19493

>>19455

Jews, Arabians, and Assyrians are all Semitic peoples. That's equivalent of saying Turkmen are genetically seperate from Kazakhs and Uzbeks.

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 No.19494

>>19437

And the first Christians were converted from their pagan ways by wandering Jews

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 No.19497

>>19493

>He hasn't seen Assyrian DNA

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 No.19545

>>19497

Not Arab =/= Not Semitic

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 No.19580

File: af152df75b66bbf⋯.jpg (219,98 KB, 747x641, 747:641, The 'holy' book 1 Original.jpg)

File: b3e16fa32e12d92⋯.png (859,43 KB, 758x858, 379:429, The 'holy' book 2 German.png)

File: 08dd2431f3920c9⋯.png (842,73 KB, 758x858, 379:429, The 'holy' book 3 English.png)

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 No.9731[Reply]

I was wondering if we could get a dedicated PDF thread going, and have it as either a Sticky, or referred to in the in Master Sticky: >>2 so that it can be quickly and efficiently found by newbies.

We can also have a system where if you want to share a pdf, you start your own Mega account and just share your secure link. Then others can download your pdf to their computer and then upload it to their Mega account, and you can download their pdfs to your computer and then upload them to your Mega accounts.

That way, we can have multiple mirrors of our pdf collections in the event that SHTF, and do so in a secure fashion that is void of open usernames and passwords, and direct sharing of Mega accounts that can be exploited by hacker trolls.

Here's the current collection:

http://mega.nz/#F!fIchVA7Y!owKwAgGKq9pgXrbVOnkeag

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 No.19540

Any chance of someone having a copy of Thorsson's Source Book of Seid handy? I can find a scan online, but the actual PDF download is broken.

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 No.19548

File: 27de39873a9a815⋯.jpg (391,68 KB, 764x1125, 764:1125, Stories from Wagner by J. ….jpg)

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 No.19550

>>19540

Are you referring to Scribd? Scribd has it but I don't have a paid account to download it.

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 No.19551

File: be7a879f88dbee7⋯.jpg (1,42 MB, 1200x900, 4:3, new books.jpg)

File: 8fa1816f348bdf1⋯.jpg (2,24 MB, 1500x1125, 4:3, page from Reading the Past.jpg)

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>>19483

>>19518

Bought some used and new books last week that all came in the mail, some I already have as ebook but wanted a hardcopy. Some of the used books are in new condition.

Rudiments of Runelore is very good but I'm a little disappointed for how small it is, however, the the quality makes up for the lack of quantity. It discusses the origins of the runes, Old Norse and etymology, some relative history, artifacts found with runic inscriptions, format styles such as the page shown, and rune poems. The end of the book has a good bibliography as well, listing works like Toward a New Runic Grammar by Elmer H. Antonsen from The Nordic Languages & Modern Linguistics of 1970 and The Germanic Languages: Origins & Early Dialectal Interrelations by Hans Frede Nielsen from University of Alabam Press of 1989. I would say this book is very much worth getting.

Reading the Past: Runes is mostly about runic inscriptions found on stones and other artifacts, most shown as photographs and a few as drawings. It's also a thin book but the text is very small, maybe a little too small. It provides some history behind the inscriptions, like how Germanic men carried knives on them so carving names into wood to create labels for goods was actually a practical method at the time, as creating ink for feathers was quite a process. It also compares runes and goes a little in-depth into the meanings of words. The bibliography is small but points to works that look very good, with the main recommendation being Introduction à la runologie by L. Musset from Paris of 1965, a French work. I bought this used for $5 off Amazon with free shipping, so the price is very good.

Chronicles of the Vikings is okay. There isn't much to gain from this as it takes samples from various sagas and then Page throws in his thoughts and explanations. It's like the type of book one would find in an introductory college course or a book that one would buy for somebody that is completely new to the Norse world. It might be a good reference book if you need Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.19568

File: ec436f4bc6d8773⋯.pdf (2,01 MB, The Arctic Home of the Ved….pdf)

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 No.18973[Reply]

Was Stonehenge created by Proto-Germanic sailors? New study suggests long-running mystery could be solved

The mystery of Stonehenge may be solved, thanks to a new study that reveals the iconic rock structure may have originated from a single hunter gatherer society in France 7000 years ago.

The iconic prehistoric rock structure in Wiltshire, England has been baffling the world for generations as people struggle to figure out how the massive rock formations appeared in the UK.

A new study suggests the impressive ring of stones was created thanks to a hunter gatherer society in Brittany in northwest France, which first starting building the impressive structures and monuments 7,000 years ago.

>.rt.com/uk/451360-stonehenge-mystery-french-huntergatherer-sailor/

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 No.19554

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