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Viking sword pattern welded blade, silver and cooper inlay hilt with scabbard. Torblaa Ulvik, Norway 7thC.

Viking sword pattern welded blade, silver and cooper inlay hilt with scabbard…

Viking sword... It is typical for pagan cultures to decorate virtually all objects, as individualism was a vital part of their freedom. With christianity beeing brutally forced onto them, everything went bland,as the christian perverts saw individuality, independence, colourful clothing, jewellery, decorations, and even cleanliness, as "devil's work"!!!

It is typical for pagan cultures to decorate virtually all objects, as individualism was a vital part of their freedom.

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European Armour and Arms by Sir Guy Francis Laking

Runic Alphabets - they served for divinatory and ritual purposes, as well as the more practical use; there are three main types of Runes; Germanic, Scandinavian/Norse, and Anglo-Saxon and they each have any number of variations, depending on the region from which they originate

This guide, although perhaps not altogether useful for understanding the Anglo-Saxon language contentwise, could be useful for pronunciation purposes. It is interesting to contrast this to the English counterpart.

Cheddar Jalapeno Crackers 3

Low Carb Cheddar Cracker Recipe - These sound wonderful . Have been looking for a GF cracker recipe!

How Many Carbs In Your Fruit? How Many Carbs In Your Fruit?  Those of on the Quick 7 program and trying to watch our Carbs especially after lunch, be careful of fruit and also how this relates to the glycemic Index.  The higher the number, the quicker it converts to sugar....hope this helps.

This graphic provides info at a glance to assist those on a low carb diet to compare the carbs, sugar content and glycemic load of common fruits. People who need to watch their sugar need to reevaluate what fruits they eat!