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posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 08:32 PM
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originally posted by: lostinspace
a reply to: All Seeing Eye



This is a depiction of the Sea People battle of the Delta, 1178 BC Medinet Habu Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III Luxor, Egypt. This sure resembles the Viking look. I wonder when and where the Vikings picked up the use of the horned helmet.

Hollywood.

Actual Vikings didn't wear horned helmets.

Harte




posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 08:43 PM
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a reply to: Harte

I'd add that what we think it horns could very well be crescent shapes, or even Minoan or Mycenaean helmuts.



posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 09:21 PM
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However, there is a more likely explanation. Good evidence exists for horned helmets in Scandinavia during the Bronze and early Iron Ages, well before the start of the Viking era. Stone carvings and sculpture (right) survive, showing these helmets, and bronze helmets found at Viksø in Denmark date from around the year 900 BCE (left), about 1500 years before the Viking age.



www.hurstwic.org...


However, the Vikings were not the only people who were said to have worn or have been depicted in art with these horned helmets or Gods. The first people that I have found with this type of head gear were a people known as the Kheta, or the Hittites who were the sons of Heth (Ham, Amon or Jupiter). Here is an image of a Hittite God that I believe represents Jupiter, and is very similar to that of Odin above with the horned helmet and upturned shoes as well. Notice the Trident in his hands and the horned winged disk above his head.

gnosticwarrior.com...



posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 10:13 PM
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a reply to: All Seeing Eye


It could also be nothing more than early representations of Etruscan military helmets or early Celt alliances. Look at the Waterloo helmet and the horns it has. The idea of Atlanteans making up the bulk of the Sea People is possible since the Sea People were described as being the people of the north. In this case the "north" would basically mean anyone from the northern coast of the Mediterranean. So if the Persians had attacked Egypt by sea, they might have just said Sea People. It's like saying Middle Easterner without stating Jordanian, Iranian, Syrian, or ... you get the idea.

If you want to push the idea of the Celts being the proper name for the Atlanteans, I would like to hear some historic reasons for this. Does the base word for Atlantis mean anything in the Runic Language? Does the Celtic traditions have any stories that resembles the tail of Atlantis? You put out a pretty bold claim, it doesn't seem impossible, but without any follow up information it sounds like a dead end at best.



posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 11:27 PM
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a reply to: Guyfriday

I have said this before, this is a name game. Its part of the "babble" self defense. A good man never has to change his name, but the guilty?


Around the world this same character changes his name, but the attributes stay the same.



Greek Nibiruan name/real name

KRONOS ANU
HERA NINHURSAG
ARES ISHKUR
ZEUS ENLIL
POSEIDON ENKI
HERMES NANNAR*
APOLLO UTU
APHRODITE INANNA
HERMES NINGISHZIDDA*

EGYPTIAN Nibiruan name/real name


GEB/SEB ANU
ISIS __INANNA
HORUS ISHKUR
OSIRIS ENLIL
PTAH ENKI
HARPOCRATES UTU
HATHOR NINHURSAG
RA (AMON-RA) MARDUK
THOTH/TEHUTI NINGISHZIDDA

TEUTONIC Nibiruan name/real name

BURI/MANNUS ANU
EDUN/BESTLA NINHURSAG
THOR/DONAR ENLIL
HOENIR ENKI
ODIN/WODEN NANNAR
ULL/MAGNI UTU
FRIJI/FRIGG INANNA

www.facebook.com...

More at the link.

Ill follow up later with more connections.



posted on Jul, 14 2019 @ 12:13 AM
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out of curiosity do you have a better source for this than Facebook? No offence but Nibiruan isn't a historical thing unless you have better examples than a person on Facebook. When I look it up in my sources (posted on the first page) I can find Nibiru, he's the Babylonian ruler of the sky, but adding in other cultures to it does nothing for explaining anything.

For example (pulled from your listed names):

Apollo: is a Greek deity who despite having a number of names he is very constant with being the god of Light, Mice, woves, poetry, shepards, prophacey, truths, archery, and beauty. He is also listed as the Son of Zeus.

Utu: both descriptions are Nordic, one is that she is the Queen of Burgundy, sister of Pilgrim, wife of Dankrat, and the mother of Gernot Giselher Gunther and Krimhild. The other says that she is the wife of Hildebrand, mother of Hadubrand and in some accounts the wife of Dankrat.

That was just one example of the disconnect of your list. So again an academic source please.



posted on Jul, 14 2019 @ 08:27 AM
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originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: Harte

I'd add that what we think it horns could very well be crescent shapes, or even Minoan or Mycenaean helmuts.


In Sumer, gods were usually depicted in horned hats wearing wavy-looking clothing.

Harte



posted on Jul, 14 2019 @ 08:31 AM
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originally posted by: All Seeing Eye
a reply to: Harte



However, there is a more likely explanation. Good evidence exists for horned helmets in Scandinavia during the Bronze and early Iron Ages, well before the start of the Viking era. Stone carvings and sculpture (right) survive, showing these helmets, and bronze helmets found at Viksø in Denmark date from around the year 900 BCE (left), about 1500 years before the Viking age.



www.hurstwic.org...


However, the Vikings were not the only people who were said to have worn or have been depicted in art with these horned helmets or Gods. The first people that I have found with this type of head gear were a people known as the Kheta, or the Hittites who were the sons of Heth (Ham, Amon or Jupiter). Here is an image of a Hittite God that I believe represents Jupiter, and is very similar to that of Odin above with the horned helmet and upturned shoes as well. Notice the Trident in his hands and the horned winged disk above his head.

gnosticwarrior.com...



Forget almost every Viking costume you’ve ever seen. Yes, the pugnacious Scandinavians probably sported headgear when they marched into battle, but there’s no reason to believe it was festooned with horns. In depictions dating from the Viking age—between the eighth and 11th centuries—warriors appear either bareheaded or clad in simple helmets likely made of either iron or leather. And despite years of searching, archaeologists have yet to uncover a Viking-era helmet embellished with horns.


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Harte



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