Tag: history

From Ystad’s book

I was paging through¬†Frimurerne i Vikingtiden and decided to see if I could find some of Ystad’s images to reproduce for you with Ystad’s text....

From times immemorial

There is this Flemish Freemason, who writes about Freemasonry and heathenry. There is a problem though. His books are not for the general public… In...

Saint John

Another month and there will be another summer solstice. The day will be at its longest. Freemasons celebrate the longest day and longest night (winter...

Bronze age apron?

An image I stole from the website of the Ullensaker museum. The image is a bronze age figure wearing what looks like an apron with runes....

Yeavering

Farwerck draws comparisons between the “oblong square” form of a lodgeroom and remains of temples in Iceland. There was also such a temple in a...

Comacine masters

According to Wikipedia “The Comacine masters (magistri comacini) were early medieval Lombard stonemasons working in a region of excellent building stone who gave to Lombardy...

A sort of timeline

Saying something about the religious history of Northwestern Europe, we can pick the first century as starting point. It is from then on that the...