This wordbook is as try to find the roots to the words we use every day.
The dirty sex words. From where do we have the F-word, the C-word, from where comes the word beads, the former praying tool of wooden, or glass balls clad on a piece of string, now widely used to describe a sexual activity?.
The wordbook gives not only a description but also the meaning behind the word. In order to understand the meaning of the sex-words we have to deeper into old English world of words. This wordbook is a path to the old partly forgotten history of old English language and its origin.
In this research we have found an old Fruitfulness culture about 5000 years old that was spread along the Atlantic coast and Scandinavia. These rituals and traditions, concepts, and thoughts still influence us today,
This wordbook is also a way to find the roots to your name, your place where you live, or where you grow up, because many of the place names come from this Fruitfulness culture. From the place-names we have the given names and the family names. From the place-names we have the rituals and the traditions.
Yes, it is dirty, but by reading this book you are helping the old fruitfulness culture to survive. Every time you look at a porno-site you perform a holy act, as long as you breed and keep the memory and the culture alive by giving birth to new generations.
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It is always the winner that writes the history. What we get is the version that the winning power wants us to acknowledge.
In order to find the inner truth we have to look behind the walls of the power. We have to understand why the intruding power wanted to get rid of earlier rules, traditions, rituals etc. What did the looser do? What were the rituals and traditions and the mind-set of the losers. We have removed the layers of the more recent powers and their wills and brought to light the earlier culture. We have tried to eliminate the bans of the winning powers to forbid and ashame the old fruitfulness culture.
The ban is still here. Every time you feel ashamed that you are looking at porn or reading a dirty book or having dirty thoughts about somebody you feel the old bans from the powers that want to direct you.
Free yourself from mental slavery. Get rid of the ban.
The fruitfullness year
The Old Fruitfulness year, or the Fertility Year started in Göje Month, February
In Northen Ireland there are three temples, Knowth and Cairn T and also Loughcrew that show the Spring Equinox. This feast was very important because now the couples that had found each other should make love and have offspring. An offspring that should be born at Yuletime that is during Yulemonth, or December
The 30 th of April the old feast of Walpurgis took place. At that time bonfires were lit and people danced around the bonfires and jumped over them.
At Midsummer the weddings took place. This holy celebration is the 21 st of June when the solar calendar year turns to darker days
The old tradition to remember the ancestors is found in many places around the world. From the Caucasian hills in Adygeya and Southern Russia the very sharp dolmens have a very special feature. A round hole directed toward the Fall Solstice is covered with a stone-button or stone-cap that fit perfectly into the hole.
The end of the fertility year.
The 21st of Yulemonth, December is the holy day of birth. At this Feast the new leader of the tribe was supposed to be born
In Newgrange in Northern Ireland there is a temple showing the Midwinter Solstice
The 21 st of Yulemonth, December. A rectangular stone at the entrance is removed and the sunbeams enters the 18 meter tunnel to reach the end of the tunnel where there is the wave drawings.