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    Viking warfare & berserkers: myths and realities

    MHNV usually doesn't tackle the subjects of ancient and medieval warfare, yet once in a while he does.



    The main focus of this video lies on whatever potion/rituals could've been used by berserkers to become entranced and what they truly were - as there seems to be some confusion about these topics.



    This is a more general video.
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    The book "Ancient Germanic Warriors" by Michael P. Speidel is the best reference for understanding the ecstatic warriors of North Europe. The guy in the video above is not a scholar and only repeats a superficial view of the Bear skin fighters. Throughout Europe, (and most of the world), there were men (and some women) who fought while possessed by animal spirits, Divine archetypes and ancestral heroes. The Viking age, with it's cultural mixing and race-traitor royal leaders selling out their people to the Roman god, is not a good historical time to look at for understanding our God-possessed fighters. One must look at Iron Age Germanic and Celtic people and other even earlier Aryan-kindred folk.
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