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The 2,000 Year War on Education
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Only those who have studied Ireland, England, Scotland, and Norway really appreciate how integrated these cultures were. 

By the 10th Century, the High Kings of Ireland were all Vikings who had married into the Irish Royal Blood Line.

It is no wonder that the Irish Myths and the Norse Myths are so highly compatible. Like two sides of the same coin. 

Likewise, it is no surprise that the Ulfberht blades would surface. 

The Ulfberht swords are a group of about 170 medieval swords found primarily in Northern Europe,[3][4] dated to the 9th to 11th centuries, with blades inlaid with the inscription +VLFBERH+T or +VLFBERHT+.[3][5] The word “Ulfberht” is a Frankish personal name, possibly indicating the origin of the blades.


I studied blacksmithing and the chemistry of sword making for nearly 10 years. The Ulfberht swords were 5 centuries ahead of their time. And not one scholar can explain how or why. They are “an anomaly.” Which is a Mathematician’s word for, “Hey! Look closer at this! I’m a Red Flag! Ask me why!”

The 12 Ethics made their way to Norway. Only someone with advanced intelligence could reverse engineer the science required to manufacture the Ulfberht swords in a place where such technology would not exist for another 500 years. 

It’s extraordinary. 

These swords were without any slag (blacksmithing term for “impurities”) and the only way to obtain that is heat, which required a deep understanding of science and chemistry that was not yet known to the Norsemen. The smiths needed to get their ovens hotter than anything that was deemed “possible” at that time. 

The Ulfberht swords do not match the Technological Arch of Norwegian History. And yet, there they are. With their ties, to Ireland, their trade with the Irish who flourished under the 12 Ethics and without a Dark Ages, I have no doubt in my mind that the Ulfberht Swords were a product of a smith who had access to the 12 Ethics and The God Code.

And the Norsemen, knew the Rus. The Norsemen ventured as far South as Alexandria. More importantly, a very certain Ibn Fadlan of Islam, spent a substantial amount of time with the Norse. 

Shortly thereafter, the Islamic Golden Age began. 

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