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bone / horn spindle whorl. Viking. Uppland.

bone / horn spindle whorl. Viking. Uppland.

Not exactly divination but very interesting! Researchers now believe they have found one of the sunstones used by Viking explorers to explore when the sun and stars weren't visible. Iceland spar is the name of the crystal and after several tests it seems to be an incredibly accurate navigational aid!

Not exactly divination but very interesting! Researchers now believe they have found one of the sunstones used by Viking explorers to explore when the sun and stars weren't visible. Iceland spar is the name of the crystal and after several tests it seems to be an incredibly accurate navigational aid!

Wooden Bowl with Pyrographed Tree of Life and Rune Design

Wooden Bowl with Pyrographed Tree of Life and Rune Design

Divination bowl

Divination bowl

Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Models de vaixells en bronze    Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Models de vaixells en bronze

Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Models de vaixells en bronze Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Models de vaixells en bronze

Sardinian Nuraghian Period bronze votive boat

Sardinian Nuraghian Period bronze votive boat

Artist's concept of Mykenaean ships

Artist's concept of Mykenaean ships

hällristning gerum - Sök på Google

hällristning gerum - Sök på Google

Navicella nuragica. Bronze Age Sardinia. Italy.  Boat. | by saamiblog

Navicella nuragica. Bronze Age Sardinia. Italy. Boat. | by saamiblog

We Irish descend from the Milesians (also known as the Gaels) came to Ireland in 504 BC from Galicia. The common ancestor of all Irish people is Míl Espáine (from whence the Milesians are named), who was the king of Galicia and northern Portugal and it is rather interesting that Míl Espáine, in Gaelic, means Soldier of Hispania!

We Irish descend from the Milesians (also known as the Gaels) came to Ireland in 504 BC from Galicia. The common ancestor of all Irish people is Míl Espáine (from whence the Milesians are named), who was the king of Galicia and northern Portugal and it is rather interesting that Míl Espáine, in Gaelic, means Soldier of Hispania!