Thursday, January 12, 2017

Swedish Irish Serbian All. = S.I.S. Alliance

or the Geticawritten in Late Latin by Jordanes (or Iordanes/Jornandes) 
in or shortly after 551 AD, claims to be a summary of a voluminous account by Cassiodorus of the origin and history of the Gothic people, which is now lost. However, the extent to which Jordanes actually used the work of Cassiodorus is unknown. It is significant as the only remaining contemporaneous resource that gives the full story of the origin and history of the Goths. Another aspect of this work is its information about the early history and the customs of Slavs. ::::::::::::

A star heading this way could knock 

millions of asteroids towards Earth.

Incoming... slowly.

:::: 10 January 2017 ::::
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Göteborg vs. Kungshytta

Kungshytta/Kungshydda (Swedish)
Königshütte (German)
King's Mill/King's Shack (English)


Castle of the Goths (English)
Gotenburg (German)
Göteborg (Swedish)

Hools TV: Wisemen (Gothenburg, Sweden) vs. Psycho Fans (Chorzow, Poland)::::
(deutsch: Königshütte)
ist eine kreisfreie Großstadt in der polnischen Woiwodschaft Schlesien. Die bedeutende Industriestadt liegt im oberschlesischen Industrierevier etwa sieben Kilometer nordwestlich von Katowice (Kattowitz) und grenzt an die Stadt Bytom (Beuthen).

Jordanes' Getica & from "Scandza" 2 "Scandinavia":
Torsdag & Thorsdag & Thorstag & Thor's Tag

:::: The Heruli/Herules and the Dani/Danes ::::

The 6th-century AD chronicler Jordanes reported a tradition that the Heruli had been driven out of their homeland by the North Germanic Dani, which places their origins in the Danish isles or southernmost Sweden. According to Procopius, they maintained links with "Thule" and some even moved there after the conquest of their Danubian kingdom. The Heruli/Herules and details of their history are difficult to reconstruct.  The last known political entity which was described as Herulian seem to have been in the area of modern Belgrade in the 550s, as a settlement within the Roman empire and under Roman control. Like the Goths and some other Germanic peoples who entered the Roman empire, there was an origin myth for the Herules wherein they had come from the far north of Europe, and been ejected after fighting with a neighbouring people, in this case named as the Dani. During the Nordic Iron Age and the Viking AgeDani/Danes were a North Germanic tribe inhabiting southern Scandinavia, including the area of modern day Denmark. They founded what became the Kingdom of Denmark. The name of their realm means "Danish March", viz. "the march of the Danes" in Old Low German, referring to their southern border zone between the Eider and Schlei rivers. 

The Danes first arrived in Ireland in 795 AD, at Rathlin Island, initiating subsequent raids and fortified trade settlements, so called longphortsDuring the Viking Age, they established many coastal towns including Dublin (Dyflin), CorkWaterford (Veðrafjǫrðr) and Limerick (Hlymrekr) and Danish settlers followed. There were many small skirmishes and larger battles with the native Irish clans in the following two centuries, with the Danes sometimes siding with allied clans. In 1014 AD, at the Battle of Clontarf, the Vikings were eventually defeated and the remaining Danish settlers gradually assimilated with the Irish population.

:::: Sources :::: Danes (Germanic tribe) & Herules ::::
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Jahvibe :D & SA-ROC :)

10.0.1) :::: W/V :::: o/e :::: ch/ck :::: en/o :::: ta/da ::::
11.0.1) ::::Veckodag (Swedish) ::::  Wochentag (German) ::::
12.1.1) Måndag (Swedish) :::: Mandag (Norwegian & Danish)
13.2.1) Tisdag (Swedish)  :::: Tirsdag (Norwegian & Danish) 
14.3.1) Onsdag (Swedish & Norwegian & Danish)
15.4.1) Torsdag (Swedish & Norwegian & Danish)
16.5.1) Fredag (Swedish & Norwegian & Danish)
17.6.1) Lördag (Swedish) ::::  Lørdag (Norwegian & Danish)
18.7.1) Söndag (Swedish) :::: Søndag (Norwegian & Danish)
19.8.1) A Clearly Everlasting Consciousness = A C.E.C. = A K. = A 11. = 12. = L. = Love

The Germanic peoples adapted the system introduced by the Romans by substituting the Norse/Germanic deities for the Roman ones (with the exception of Saturday) in a process known as interpretatio germanica. The date of the introduction of this system is not known exactly, but it must have happened later than AD 200 but before the introduction of Christianity during the 6th to 7th centuries, i.e., during the final phase or soon after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. This period is later than the Common Germanic stage, but still during the phase of undifferentiated West Germanic. The names of the days of the week in North Germanic languages were not calqued from Latin directly, but taken from the West Germanic names.

Approaching Cleary Everlasting Consciousness
S.I.S. Alliance = Swedish Irish Serbian Alliance
Wake Up Hu. = W.U. Humans

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