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  1. Egil's saga was certainly dark. I remember...

    Egil's saga was certainly dark. I remember thinking that it would make an amazing tv drama if someone would adapt it. I need to reread it, maybe after I get through Saga of Vatnsdal.

    Have you...
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    Hey man, just to get a little more out of your...

    Hey man, just to get a little more out of your ancestry results, upload your raw dna file to Gedmatch.com. From there run the series of eurogenes tests they have available (all free database...
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    The migration of haplogroup R1b is believed...

    The migration of haplogroup R1b is believed partially responsible for the spread of indo european culture from the steppe. It is the most common western and central european haplogroup and shares a...
  4. Study Attempts to Discern the Admixture of Icelandic Founding Populations

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1287529/pdf/AJHGv67p697.pdf
  5. Seems most researchers agree that the neolithic...

    Seems most researchers agree that the neolithic populations and early farmers were darker than modern europeans, though how much darker isn't known. However, it appears the blue eye mutations occured...
  6. Great post, Quaestor. I've always felt that...

    Great post, Quaestor.

    I've always felt that polytheistic religions were developed out of necessity to explain natural phenomenon, both in nature and human personality. This is why most of the gods...
  7. Says the inaugural issue was posted April 2015. I...

    Says the inaugural issue was posted April 2015. I hope it's not to be the only issue.

    Great find. Thanks for sharing!
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    On a possibly related note, there is the cherokee...

    On a possibly related note, there is the cherokee legend about the Moon Eyed People, which some attribute to the "Welsh-Indians." See below:
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    I see a lot of contradicting reports of the...

    I see a lot of contradicting reports of the origin of white skin. Some studies seem to suggest that the first europeans were dark but had the mutations for light eyes. Then light skin was introduced...
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    That's the same question I ask myself daily. Let...

    That's the same question I ask myself daily. Let me know if you find the answer.

    Welcome.
  11. Maybe they used twigs as eating utensils and...

    Maybe they used twigs as eating utensils and gnawed skewered meat off of them like you would a turkey leg.
  12. Many people practice religions that they don't...

    Many people practice religions that they don't wholeheartedly believe in. Why? I'm not sure. Maybe its a sense of their culture or belonging. Maybe it provides a structure for them. I don't feel like...
  13. I wouldn't say that Asatru is particularly new...

    I wouldn't say that Asatru is particularly new age, at least not in the same manner as say Wicca. Wicca is purely manufactured, created in the 60s borrowing terms from old celtic and germanic...
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    I cannot unsee last nights episode :-O Need...

    I cannot unsee last nights episode :-O

    Need bleach... but for my eyes...
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    Important!  Njal's Saga. One of the best stories ever...

    Njal's Saga.

    One of the best stories ever told.

    May be my new favorite.
  16. Thread: Tyr

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    Heidevolk is the band you seek.

    Heidevolk is the band you seek.
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    Thanks Elfriede for your posts. I've read the...

    Thanks Elfriede for your posts. I've read the information you've posted about the grammatical and linguistic inconsistencies and agree they make a good case against their authentcity. I'm not blindly...
  18. [QUOTE=Huginn ok Muninn;1193214]SMH? I thought...

    [QUOTE=Huginn ok Muninn;1193214]SMH? I thought only negroes used that.

    Do they? Maybe so. Or maybe I've spent too much time on facebook. Point is it was funny, and any mention of the Duggar cult...
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    Angus and Elfriede, you may both be correct. I...

    Angus and Elfriede, you may both be correct. I will concede that its unlikely at best that at least all of them are real. But like you say, I do think the new discoveries in the vinland territory...
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    Found a lot more information on the runestones in...

    Found a lot more information on the runestones in an older post. Thought I'd link it here in case anyone is interested.

    I'm gonna have to agree that where theres smoke theres fire. One or two...
  21. SMH, Tex. SMH.

    SMH, Tex. SMH.
  22. There ya go. Problem solved!

    There ya go. Problem solved!
  23. If we really want to bitch and nag about the...

    If we really want to bitch and nag about the sexism of US currency (because we don't have more serious issues to worry about in this country), we should remove portraits from the currency entirely...
  24. Recent studies have shown that african americans...

    Recent studies have shown that african americans and to a lesser extent africans have higher ratios of fast twitch muscle fibers. These allow for more muscular hypertrophy and explosiveness. It can...
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    Runestones of Vinland/ North America

    Having recently relocated to Oklahoma, I've had chance to visit the famous Heavener Runestone. Since seeing it, I've learned that there have been a number of other runestones and the like found...
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