posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 03:00 PM
Norse gods came from the greek, most Greek gods came from Ancient India, Ancient India's gods came from legends of real kings in even more ancient
(and mostly forgotten) times.
To me, one of the clearest indicators of this is the Dorje
, a Sanskrit word meaning "thunderbolt", which
I believe was a real
weapon used by forgotten kings in ancient times. I believe it is possible to use this weapon to see the mythology
spreading from Ancient India to the Norse.
The Dorje was first mentioned in ancient India's Rigveda
where it was a weapon used by the god
, then it later on was the weapon of the Ancient Greek god
, then the weapon of the Ancient Roman god
, and finally the Norse god Thor
Another example is the Trishula
which was the Ancient India god's trident, then later the greek sea
god Poseidon, and later on the the Roman god of the sea Neptune.
edit on 16-4-2013 by MerkabaMeditation because: (no reason given)