Skip to main content

Bronze Age Sword - British Leaf - Greek Xiphos

British or Greek?

so, what's that image of the glowing elven sword got to do with my so-called search for the ancient Welsh nations via Mediterranean traders/invaders in the middle of the first millennium before Christ i.e. 500 B.C. or so...

What's the connection, and why that scene from that Total European War film series Lord of the Rings and/or The Hobbit? This goes back to my continued investigations into the Coelbren alphabet that seems to have travelled from Turkey via Etruria and Portugal and on up to Wales.... it involves the contention that, "People of a certain race or nation will bring those things with them that define them."

So, look at the shape of the sword Bilbo Baggins receives, the glowing elven blade that glows in the presence of Orks. Omitting the fancy barbed handle, it's a classic leaf shaped sword such that was prevalent in the middle bronze age circa 500 BC in Britain and in Greece.

In Ancient Britain, it was seen as a leaf design bronze sword.
In Ancient Greece, it was called the Xiphos.

It's funny, to this blogger, that the same design of bronze sword co-exists in the Med and in the Valleys, at the same point in Earth's metallurgical journey.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Wallace Thornhill - The A-Z of Electric Universe - forthcoming new book...

eleven years ago, (American mythologist) David Talbott and (Australian scientist) Wallace Thornhill brought out their seminal and eponymous book on the Electric Universe.

The thing about Wal and David's co-authored EU-book is it drew together mythology and science in a totally unique way that (iff valid-ified) will TOTALLY REWRITE how Science looks at fundamental issues like The Age of the Solar System, how it was formed, and what our Alien Sky might have looked like to early man - with illustrations peppered throughout written/carved history to back it up.
I just got word from Wal that (while this 2007-published book won't be updated for a more Electric Universe-friendly audience/academic community) he is working on a new book he's tentatively titled THE A-Z OF ELECTRIC UNIVERSE.

Excited as me? Not even possible, my friend....

Electric Universe - charge exchange reaction - outer planets of the solar system

Prior to starting today's blog, I'd like to note that, "Iff electric boundary layers in plasma sheaths of these star-forming Birkeland Currents actually exist," then it safely demonstrates how and where planets orbit their star. Plasma sheath layers = orbits, and should become more off-plane as the outer planets are allowed to orbit a 'fatter' orbit potential in the solar polar vector.

Q: can large electric fields power Jupiter's super-massive auroras?



...of the seven episodes out of a planned 'ten reasons the universe is electric' this might be the most important one yet... it really makes the case for An Electric Universe that modern science is SIMPLY IGNORING... at the moment.

Time to watch, again or for the first time,  David Talbott's 2013 lecture Exposing the Myths of Settled Science.

art - mike philbin - black, black, paint it black...

yeah, I know, "Black's the new black," all over again. Swings and roundabouts. Once more round the sun, dear art friends.

But here's what started it.


And here's the most recent Black'd Work, with the addition of metallic silver conversing with metallic gold.