Showing posts with label Wóðinaz. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wóðinaz. Show all posts

22 February 2015

Óðinn/Odin/*Wóðanaz/*Wóðinaz/*Wódanaz belongs NO MORE to the Norse (North-Teutons) than he does to the West-Teutons & Ingvaeones (Ingvaeones are not WGmc)


Published, edited, images added & comments/annotations (in red) by Kenneth S. Doig
(from Wikipedia)
In Norse mythology, Odin (from Old Norse Óðinn) (PGmc- *Wóðanaz/*Wóðinaz/*Wódanaz, OE & modern-Engl. Wóden, OHG, Wuotan) is a god associated with healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet, and is the husband of the goddess Frigg. 
The cognate deity in wider Germanic mythology and paganism was known in Old-English as Wóden, in Old-Saxon as Wōden, and in Old-High-German "OHG" as Wuotan, all stemming from the reconstructed Proto-Germanic theonym *wōđanaz.

31 May 2013

Wóðinaz / Óðinn / Wóden / Odin, "the possessed one", a real man, a deified local Proto-Teutonic chieftan-warrior, from the West-Baltic Island, Fyn



    Wóðinaz ana ehwái iz. Sási ehwaz áih 8 báinu. Helmaz sitiþ      
ana haubuðe Wóðines. Iz haldeþ rundskeldan  & speran in
 handamz. Wóðinu fleugand iz twái fugloz.
PUBLISHED, IMAGES ADDED, EDITED & COMMENTS (IN RED) BY KENNETH S. DOIG

(Note, any third-party written material is in blueletters)

(first published 04/26/12)
(*Wóðinaz, later, Wóden, Wuotan, Wotan, Wódan & the furthest phonologically to proto-Germanic, Óðinn or Odin. I will call him Wóden. Too much fuss is made about this god. He was a latecomer to the Scando-Germanic pantheon. Never mentioned by East-Teutons, nor by NW-Teutons [before c.300AD] according to Tacitus, Roman historian, Tacitus;
THE LARGER GREEN ISLAND AT 2:00 ON RED CIRCLE
IS FYN, ODIN'S/WODEN'S BIRTHPLACE
The Germania (Latin: De Origine et situ Germanorum, literally Concerning the Origin and Situation of the Germanic peoples), written by Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, c. AD 98, is an ethnographic work on the Germanic tribes outside the Roman Empire. (Wikipedia)
You can type in "Wóden", Óðinn or *Wóðenaz into my blog-search-engine to get my notes, justification & cites, why i believe Wóden was a Northwest Germanic warrior/chieftain, born c. 150 AD, on the modern-Danish Island of Fyn [Funen, Fjón]. 

24 January 2013

Thor Heyerdahl was full of shit in his book Hunt for Odin : Odin, actually Woden was not from Asia, but from a Western Baltic island


   
Published, formatted, edited, all text/comments (in red) & images added by Kenneth S. Doig
 
                                                                                                          *Wóðinaz : Odin : Woden : *Wóðenaz : *Wóðanaz was not from Asia : He was from Fyn


PROTO-GERMANIA SUPERIOR, N OF BALTICSEA, 
PROTO-GERMANIA INFERIOR S OF BALTICSEA
LARGE PENINSULA ON LEFT, JUTLAND. LARGE
ISLAND TO EAST, ALMOST TOUCHING JUTLAND
IS FJÓN (FYN OR FUNEN) WHERE THE MAN,
"WÓÐENAZ" WAS PROBABLY BORN. ODENSE IS
MODERN DANISH NAME FOR (RECORDED) 
OLD-NORSE, "ÓÐINSVÉ" OR IN PROTO-
GMC, c. 300 AD, WOULD LOOK LIKE A BIT 
 LIKE THIS, *WÓÐENESWÁIH OR WODENSHALLOW,
MEANING WÓDEN'S/ODIN'S TEMPLE OR
 SANCTUARY.
CAPTION WRITTEN BY K.S.DOIG
Wóden or the much-later NGmc pronunciation, after the loss of word-initial /W/ before the round vowels, /O/, /U/ and any

26 April 2012

*WODENAZ

Wóðinaz ana ehwái iz. Sási ehwaz
áih 8 báinu. Helmaz sitiþ ana
haubuðe Wóðines. Iz haldeþ
rundskeldan  & speranen in
 handamz. Iz twái fugloz.
PUBLISHED, EDITED, ANNOTATED (IN RED) & IMAGES ADDED BY KENNETH S. DOIG
(Note, any third-party written material is is blue)


(*Wóðinaz, later, Wóden, Wuotan, Wotan, Wódan & the furthest phonologically to proto-Germanic, Óðinn or Odin. I will call him by 'Wóden'. Too much fuss is made about this god. He was a latercomer. Never mentioned by East-Teutons, nor by NW-Teutons [before c.300AD] according to Tacitus, Roman historian, Tacitus;
THE LARGER GREEN ISLAND AT 2:00 ON RED CIRCLE
IS FYN, ODIN'S/WODEN'S BIRTHPLACE
The Germania (Latin: De Origine et situ Germanorum, literally Concerning the Origin and Situation of the Germanic peoples), written by Gaius CVrnelius Tacitus, c. AD 98, is an ethnographic work on the Germanic tribes outside the Roman Empire. (Wikipedia)




 You can type in "Wóden", "Óðinn" or "Wóðenaz" into my blog-search-engine to get my notes, justification & cites, why i belive Wóden was a Northwest Germanic warrior/chieftain, born c. 150 AD, on the modern-Danish Island of Fyn [Funen, Fjón]. 


 And that through fame & deed, he was deified to a god. His cult grew, his real-life's story faded, thus was invented many creation-myths for him. There is still today a modern city, Odense, named after him, most likely  commemorating his birthplace. 

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