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Golden horn from Gallehus




The Wolf “Fenrir” was brought up at home by the Æsir, and Týr alone dared go to him to give him meat. But when the gods saw how much he grew every day, they made a very strong fetter, which they called Lædingr, and brought it before the Wolf, bidding him try his strength against the fetter. The first time the Wolf lashed out against it, the fetter broke. After this, the Æsir made a second fetter, stronger by half, which they called Drómi, and bade the Wolf try that fetter. So he let the fetter be laid upon him. the Wolf dashed the fetter against the earth, and broke the fetter.After that the Æsir feared that they should never be able to get Fenrir bound. Then Týr sent Skírnir, Freyr’s messenger, down into the region of the Black Elves, and caused to be made the fetter named Gleipnir. It was made among other things of: the breath of a fish, and the spittle of a bird. The fetter was soft and smooth as a silken ribbon. Then the Æsir went out to the island called Lyngvi, and summoning the Wolf with them, they showed him the silken ribbon and bade him burst it, Fenrir said: I am unwilling that this band should be laid upon me. let some one of you lay his hand in my mouth for a pledge. Only Týr stretched out his hand and laid it in the Wolf’s mouth. But when the Wolf lashed out, the fetter became hardened; and the more he struggled against it, the tighter the band was. Then all laughed except Týr: he lost his hand. The Wolf gaped terribly, and strove to bite them; they thrust into his mouth a certain sword: the guards caught in his lower jaw, and the point in the upper; that is his gag. He howls hideously, and slaver runs out of his mouth: that is the river called Ván; there he lies till the Weird of the Gods.


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The Phaistos disc – an eight months calendar.

The Eleusinian mysteries of Demeter and Kore are believed to be a continuation of a Minoan  worshipping of the Godess’. The cult included that Kore was reunited with her mother (Godess of harvest), giving the eight flourishing months of the year; but was held in the underworld by Hades in the barren Winthers season.

In the glossary over all the linear-B tablets from Knossos and Pylos, you actually find the deities names, both Demeter and Kore, and you also find eight names of months only: wo-de-wi-jo-jo, de-u-ki-jo-jo, pa-ki-ja-ni-jo-jo, ka-ra-e-ri-jo, di-wi-jo-jo, ra-pa-to, pa-ra-?, and a-ka-?-jo-jo.

Eight months are equal to 244 days. The same as the total number of ‘visible’ symbols on the Phaistos disc.

The earliest known Roman calendar (600 B.C.E) was  abbreviated too. Containing ten months of 304 days, and again an unaccounted Winther season of 61 days. This was the ceremonial calendar of Rome. Of course they knew the exact calendar too. Like the Mayan with a ceremonial (astronomical)  tsolkin of 260 days (The Phaistos disc with 261 units).

The names of the ten active months were: Martius, Aprilis, Maius, Junius, Quintilis, Sextilis, September, October, November, and December.

Thus the Phaistos disc, as in my conception, is in all parts, in common consent to what we would expect from a newly emerged ancient ceremonial calendar from Crete.



The early roman calendar

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An orderly precedence of all 61 elements

Another brook into the river of documentation for my 61 elements of two signs as the break-through to these Cretan  hieroglyphs(1) (that shall further dry out the veins of syllabic hypotheses for this disc, because it cannot be done with texts), is the detected order of precedence for the elements. This hierarchy is (although vaguely) already perceivable among the single unit-signs in the inscription, as shown by Christoph Henkel (2), whom is reaching the same verdict: Not language! – neither grammar.
The most common opinion is,  that the inscription consists of 61 signgroups, containing from two to seven signs, with 242 signs in total (plus 17 thorns) distributed on 45 different signs, which is in accordance with my expanded view of 61 signgroups containing from one to five elements, with 174 elements in total (17 thorns) distributed on 61 elements. Both methods are giving approximately the same statistical significiance. My result  shows ‘a complete  orderly precedence of elements inside the 61 signgroups’.

P.s. There should be no reason, but fraud and ignorance, between my documentation and the acceptance of my results. 

1) Another example of compounded signs : A Rongogongo tablet.


I guess these glyphs are about measuring the movements in the night sky!

2) The Hierarchy of the Characters on the Diskus of Phaistos by Christoph Henke

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The infrastructure of the Phaistos disc

If all the words in a piece of poetry or a prosaic text, chosen by random, could be linked together in an unbroken chain by double stitch! same as could those 61 clusters of pictographs on the Phaistos disc; would’nt we then had expected, that unknown disciplines inside philology had developed during time? For instance metaphorical translations of texts into unambiguous patterns, like the harmony of the spheres, or like Mandelbrot music? This is not the case in texts, otherwise opponents of my discovery would long have dished up with competitive examples from Literature, but this is of course not possible; whereas in systems alias yearly protocols, annual ledgers, book-keeping by double entrances, or in various other tables, such symmetries like ’a hollow calendar-pyramid’ or ‘a gnomonical arrangement’ are given by itself. Hereupon this classical break-through is in reality settled. Follow-up-questions like: what is the origin of the subject? How old? An interwoven text simultaneously? Or is it a fake? Etc. – you name it -, are of course secondary questions.


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