29 Sanskrit and Old Norse

Now what am I telling you here! Were you aware of this fact?
Is our Norse tradition thousands of years old, actually?

Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir, author of Óðsmál-Why would I study Óðsmál?
-We gain unique understanding in Óðsmál

names and concepts in Norse mythology derived from Sanskrit

-Is Icelandic / and Old Norse, really that connected to Sanskrit?
-Yes. We have been brain-washed by some names like Indo-European, only to exalt Western Empires and suffocate ancient knowledge. We also have falsified history here.

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FREE eBook
Óðsmál for bairns #29 Sanskrit and Old Norse (English) on issuu.com
Krakka-Óðsmál in fornu #29 íslenzka sanskrít Síðhöttur Gangleri (Icelandic) on issuu.com

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Pitch for Sanskrit and Old Norse 1 min 10 sec:

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English
The complete book on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir:
Óðsmál for Bairns – Sanskrit and Old Norse (29 of 40)
41 min 38 sec

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Icelandic
The complete book on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir:
Krakka Óðsmál (29 of 40) Sanskrit and Old Nors
e 47 min 56 sec

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The text for 1 minute pitch Sanskrit and Old Norse (above):
29  Sanskrit and Old Norse

Here we have something that you might not have come across anywhere before so marvelously laid out. The striking similarities, and connectedness learned from etymology, between Sanskrit and terms and names in our ancient mythology. An amazing likeness of terms and purpose. Scholars seem not to know, as one (a lady), partaking in a European language-forum, holding a degree in linguistics, exclaimed: …as unrelated languages as Icelandic and Sanskrit! She was all wrong due to shallow education.

In this skræða we also learn that icons and cues in the relative world are not to be worshipped. They only indicate that we should be looking for Reality. A reminder on that there is _inside_ something worth seeking and searching.

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Extend your scope English pdf on 29 Sanskrit Old Norse
Heimanám Icelandic pdf 29 islenzka samskrit

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FREE eBook
Óðsmál for bairns #29 Sanskrit and Old Norse (English) on issuu.com
Krakka-Óðsmál in fornu #29 íslenzka sanskrít Síðhöttur Gangleri (Icelandic) on issuu.com

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29 Sanskrit and Old Norse (book cover) 29 Sanskrit and Old Norse (book cover)Books in Icelandic and English available on amazon:
Krakka-Óðsmál in fornu #29 íslenzka sanskrít Síðhöttur Gangleri
(Icelandic)
Óðsmál for bairns #29 Sanskrit and Old Norse (English)

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The book is available here as Kindle (English)
The book is available here as Kindle (Icelandic)

2 thoughts on “29 Sanskrit and Old Norse

  1. Patrick 5. March, 2018 / 21:45

    The name of the ancient military leader spoken of in the vedas is Indra. Indridi is a Icelandic name.

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    • Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir 8. March, 2018 / 10:55

      Great! Indriði means “he who rides alone” and thy theory on correlation to Indra could be valid, as: Síðhöttur (one wearing a wide-brimmed hood) is — according to Christian Andreas Holmboe the Dane– derived from siddhartha, Gangleri (the walker) from gangalahari, Huginn Muninn yogin munih – entirely different meanings in Icelandic; Note: Sanskrit is a much younger language than Tamil, and Sanskrit is derived/fabricated from Tamil –according to Chintaiyalar Peravai (see his youtube channel)–
      (sorry for late reply – and thank thee for the comment!);
      siddhartha (perfection as a goal), gangalahari (waves of wisdom form holy river), word-stem ind (to drop) so Indra compares Jupiter Pluvius god of rain (–M.Monier–)

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