Part 1: The people of the Gobi , Chapter 6: The Finnish


The far north: Finland …


Earth is the aim 6 , Exoduses and survivors

Part 5: The people of the Gobi

Chapter 6: The Finnish

The Finnish uraliens
The Finnish uraliens, came to the valley from the Gobi – 2300 BC, settled in the plains west of the Urals, is being occupied by the ugriens uraliens

Given their population, they quickly found to close west of the Urals and left to colonize the territories of current Baltic countries and almost all of the Finnish peninsula
There, their expansion has stopped, blocked by the community of vanes and ases

Enforced by the wars of the Gobi Yi settlements, were probably staggered until -2300 -1800 BC
But it is probable that, like the Atlantean people, they settled there, from cities that were already their colonies from about – 4000
The Finnish
As always, the colonizers did not arrive in uncharted territory
They colonized the country by providing, willingly or unwillingly, their way of life, but also their technology
This technology for their travel and logistics that goes with it, but also their weapons and equipment that allows them to impose local people …

Archaeology confirms these dates with the sudden at the time of the appearance metallurgy, agriculture and international trade, among others …
The time will then do its work in combining colonizers and colonized …
It is from this period that we see the spread of amber in all édenistes country first, then later from the Indo-European populations
Integration of Finnish
Despite the occupation of land, the Finnish are very few in the 3rd and 2nd millennium, the maximum of the order of tens of thousands of individuals
The history of Finland, from the Iron Age will become turbulent and invasions will be more numerous and more important, leading today to a population of 5, 4 million

But there are 4 to 5000, they were the owners of the technology, a structured language and social structures
Newcomers have benefited from an almost obligatory way a culture organized that they could not oppose that anarchy

These contributions population will completely drown the Finnish population original Gobi with Atlantis and European populations
But it will help preserve the language and mythology of origin
The Finnish language is spoken by almost all of the population of present-day Finland belongs to the group of so-called Finno-Ugric languages
Finno-Ugric and Samoyed are Uralic languages
These languages ​​are not Indo-European languages
The main constituent of this language family of about 15 languages ​​are Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian, Sami and Sami

The sustainability of the Finno-Ugric language in Finland is the result of a minority population, but the technology has imposed their cultural dominance over newcomers, mainly driven by European wars and famines and too happy to find it an asylum

Finland has just joined the European Union, is in fact composed mainly of European peoples who have adopted a édeniste Culture from the valleys of the Gobi
the Sami
The Sami or Sami, also known as Lapps, occupying the northern Scandinavia and Finland and the Kola Peninsula in Russia
As with yukaguirs and Nenets, it is the local people who were pushed northward by the arrival of Finnish Gobi
The relationship between the two peoples were cordial enough to allow a common amalgam of culture, language and mythology

We thus find also in Sámi beliefs, worship bears, sacrifice and shamanism
The noaide, the shaman was the doctor sijdda the village
The shaman is the intermediary between the human world and the supernatural world in which he moves in a trance
Legend of the creation of the world of Kalevala
The Kalevala describes the birth of the world
These are the eggs of a cane, placed on the knee Ilmatar, which once broken show the sky, the earth, sun and moon
Then Ilmatar and the goddess of air and water will give birth to Väinämöinen, the bard magician player kantele, the Finnish string instrument:

In infinite space, floated a virgin Luonnotar
Very long time, she traveled in the sky
One day, she came down and landed on the sea
A violent storm raised huge waves and the wind and the wave is imbued
She was already wearing his son for seven hundred years, but Luonnotar, mother of waters, could not put her child in the world
“Unfortunately, she said, what is my destiny!
I will forever be rocked by the wind and tossed on the waves
0 mighty Ukko, the supreme god, while supporting the heavens, come quickly, I need you, hasten to implore that, save me from my pain ”
A little later, a duck looking for a place to nest
There was no place to do
He said: “Shall I do my nest on the wind, my house in the middle of the waves The wind reverse my nest, and the wave carry my room?”
Then the mother of waters took out his knee and shoulder of the sea
So the duck finally had a place to build his house
The beautiful bird slow flight and landing there
He built a nest and laid her eggs: six were gold and the seventh was iron
He began to smolder, but the third day, the mother felt the warmth of the water on her knee she suddenly stretched out his leg and eggs fell into the waves and smashed into a thousand pieces
No piece ran, but they turned: the underside of the shell turned into earth, the summit became the sky, the sun became yellow, white formed the moon, most of the pieces of the shell became stars, and some clouds became
But since this outbreak, time passed forever, and Luonnotar still swimming in the waves of fog covered
So in the ninth year, in the tenth spring, she began to shape the world
Wherever his hand rested, she created peaks and mountains
Wherever she put her foot, she made fish holes
Wherever his body bent, she dug huge abyss
She touched the ground with his side and formed the shores
With her foot, she struck the ground, creating falls to trap salmon
She touched his forehead with earth to arrange berries
Then she went away to sea, and shaped reefs, rocks hid under the water to make the ships sinking
The islands are then created and continents appear
But the child she carried in her womb is not yet born
It is in her womb for almost thirty summers and many winters
“How to live, he said, in this secret so dark when the moon never shines, where the sun never shines?
Moon, sun, deliver me, Big Dipper, just guide me away from this narrow home! ”
The moon did not come to help, the sun delivered point, but the great bear the guided
He opened the door of his prison by hitting it with his fists
He broke the lock of a sudden bone of his left foot
He crossed the threshold and fell into the water, head first
He swam eight years and finally landed an unknown coast: a land without green
He stood up, thanked the sun, the moon and the Big Dipper and was finally able to gaze at the stars
Thus was born the bard Väinämöinen, who would become the immortal poet, child of a divine mother and father of all men

It must be remembered that as in édeniste bible terms of time does not correspond to those of today: a day of 26,000 years, it gives years of 9.49 million years …
Legend of Kalevala
Myth in Finland, 50 songs

Songs 1-2: Legend of the creation of the world, summarized in the preceding paragraph

Songs 3-5: In exchange for his life after a verbal brawl lost Joukahainen Väinämöinen promises to give him his sister Aino Women
Aino refuses the advances of Väinämöinen and drowns

Songs 6-10: Väinämöinen goes to Pohjola, with the intention of asking her to marry one of the daughters of Louhi, sovereign Northern Land
Joukahainen to avenge the death of Aino, kills horse Väinämöinen who falls overboard
But an eagle catches him and the door to the Pohjola
To return home, having no vehicle, Väinämöinen promises Louhi Ilmarinen the blacksmith, he will forge the Sampo
In return she promised him the hand of one of his daughters
On his return, he Väinämöinen asks Ilmarinen forges the Sampo
Väinämöinen brings sampo at Pohjola
Louhi but does not give the young girl promised
Väinämöinen then kills Lemminkäinen the river for revenge and throws his body cut into pieces in water

Songs 11-15: Lemminkäinen removed Kyllikki, his fiancee, his Saari Island
But soon tired of her, he leaves and goes to Pohjola, where he asks for the hand of a daughter of Louhi in exchange for three tasks
After killing the momentum Hiisi and have captured the standard one, it must break down the Swan River from the dead, the Tuonela
The river, he met Väinämöinen who kills for revenge Louhi, and throws his body cut into pieces in water
Lemminkäinen’s mother when she learned of the death of his son will recover the pieces of his body with a rake, and brought him back to life
Songs 16-25: Väinämöinen wants to build a ship to go to Pohjola
For that he must get the spells necessary that share Tuonela search the land of the dead
He eventually discovered in the belly of a dead giant: the magician Antero Vipunen
Ilmarinen learns her sister Annikki intentions Väinämöinen
So he goes to Pohjola to get the virgin Pohjola since it was he who coined the Sampo
The virgin Pohjola then chooses to marry Ilmarinen who made the three tasks that were requested: he plows a field teeming with snakes, it captures Tuoni bears, wolves Manala and the largest pike river of Tuonela

Songs 26-30: Lemminkäinen is upset because he was not invited to the wedding
He then leaves to Pohjola and road kill the lord of the country where it is step
He must run and hide on an island where he plays with the women
jealous husbands to chase her home burned
He must then leave for Pohjola to revenge
But he did not succeed

Songs 31-36: Untamo kills his brother Kalervo during an argument and killing his family He spares his pregnant wife Kullervo
Untamo sells Kullervo as a slave to Ilmarinen
Ilmarinen’s wife makes it work as a shepherd and mistreats
She sends him a cake containing a stone on which Kullervo breaks his knife
In revenge, Kullervo drowns the herd of cows in a swamp
It brings in its place a herd of wild beasts that kill the wife of Ilmarinen
Kullervo must flee from the house of Ilmarinen
He finds his parents he thought dead, but it does not recognize
It seduces and, without knowing it, his sister
When it finds out, she throws herself into the river
Kullevo left for home Untamo for revenge
He kills everyone and returns home
But his family is dead, he kills himself

Songs 37-38: Ilmarinen mourns the death of his wife, and forge a new bride in gold but it remains cold and Ilmarinen rejects
He then set his sights on the youngest daughter of Louhi
As she did not want him, he removes
As his new wife is cheating, Ilmarinen the exchange seagull
On his return home, he tells Väinämöinen prosperity that brings to Sampo Pohjola
Songs 39-43: Väinämöinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkäinen then go to Pohjola to steal the Sampo
During the trip, Väinämöinen kills a huge pike and made his jaw a kantele, which became the traditional musical instrument of Finland
The sound of this instrument asleep inhabitants of Pohjola
Väinämöinen and his companions can start by taking the Sampo
Once awake, Louhi turns into a giant eagle and began his army in pursuit of the thieves
The kantele is lost in the waves and the Sampo is broken into two pieces during combat
The first piece falls to the bottom of the sea, but the other is washed ashore, bringing prosperity to Finland

Songs 44-49: Louhi sends diseases and plagues ravage the Kalevala
She hides the stars and steals fire
But Väinämöinen and Ilmarinen manage to recover and cancel spells Louhi

Song 50: The Virgin Marjatta is fertilized by a huckleberry
Väinämöinen condemns this fatherless child to death
It manages to hide the child and allow him to escape
The child is crowned King of Karelia
Väinämöinen goes into exile with his boat
The Kalevala of 1835
The Kalevala is an epic poem of ancient oral tradition, it is dated more than 3000 years
It was compiled by Elias Lönnrot in 1835 to 22,795 in
Alongside the stories of the adventures of heroes, the Kalevala contains passages of guidelines for husbands and wives, instructions for brewing beer and iron work

The meter used in the verses of the Kalevala is popularly found in Finnish and is referred to as the kalévaléens
This metric is found among the peoples of Estonia and Finnic language
We consider this metric has probably over 2000 years
Kalévaléen the meter is quite different from the metric of the Indo-European languages

New editions, in which there are additions and more modern Christian songs properly, will appear in 1845 …
There are virgin Marjatta newly identified as Virgin Mary, impregnated by a plant: a blueberry …
These songs and the adventures of Kullervo and the King of Karelia
All these songs were not part of the 1835 version of the Kalevala …
Kreeta Haapasalo Playing the Kantele in a Peasant Cottage
Myths of Kalevala
The Kalevala tells how the world was born in a duck egg deposited on the knee that has broken Ilmatar
They hatch and give rise to the sky, the earth, sun and moon
Binding of Ilmatar and the goddess of air and water born Väinämöinen
He is a magician and a bard player kantele, the Finnish string instrument

It includes the travel édenistes to come from space to earth
As in the legendary epic of China, the land is after an egg
The people seem to stick to the Kalevala édenistes, like those of Pohjola to Atlantis …

The Kalevala means countries Kaleva, he tells the tumultuous history of the wars of Kalevala and Pohjola
The Kalevala also gives rules of conduct of life, especially for the bride and groom
It also explains technology as brewing and iron metallurgy
All this is reflected in the Atlantean texts, from brewing to the Sumerian stories ases and the Vedas …

Finnish mythology is based on the epic Kalevala
This clearly confirms the origin of Finnish as from the valley of the Gobi
With neighbors like the vanes and ases, their mythology has enriched the Nordic Atlantean myths
Then the invasion of Indo-European Atlanteans brought their complement the Vedic myths
Finally, Christianity amalgamated whole story, as it has always and everywhere …

The Kalevala shows charms, spells, incantations, illusions, metamorphoses
The characteristic feature of the peoples of the north, is the magic
Magic is the science that makes him who has higher
A horse that falls into the sea, it is a horse that flies …
A ship that requires plans to go look in hell, that is to say in the space, it’s a spaceship …
This confirms the Finnish technology
The first were the Finnish Sami
Then came the Finnish, the edenistes
The population is not sufficient to cover the territory of the Atlantean people came to settle with them
Finnish technology is much higher, so it’s mythology and the Finnish language that are imposed

Despite the successive contributions of very large populations, the mythology and the Finnish were the glue that allowed them to resist and be true Finnish
There remained only to new immigrants to adopt the same attitude turn to new emigrants

It does not deny its origins, especially under the pretext that legends are not reliable accounts: although the proportion of Finnish genes Valley Gobi is now very small, it’s still behind the history of Finnish country
And as there is no smoke without fire, there is no real historical basis without captions



money is the human predator
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One Response to Part 1: The people of the Gobi , Chapter 6: The Finnish

  1. A Lithuanian werewolf. At times, referred to as Vilkatas, Latvian Vilkakis, Latvian Vilkakis, Slav Vlkodlak, Slav Vlkodlak or Vilkakis.

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