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    i believe in , Odin. what are you your opinions about odin? what are islam opinions about odin?
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    It is mind-boggling that there are still people in this day and age who believe in Odin and Norse mythology...
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    Odin got eaten by his nephew or something... like that... lol, if like said poster claimed, he will raise Odin, I suspect all we will find is poo stains thousands of years old as supposed proof?

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    "Say: He The-God is One" 112:1

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    Re: i believe in , Odin

    Greetings,

    Quote Originally Posted by Timi Scar View Post


    The Tabulus Rogeriana, 13th century, made by Sherif Al Idrisi for King Roger - the Viking King of Sicily - this is the first world map ever made.
    That is an amazing image, and I'm curious to know more about it. If it's from the 13th century, then it's not the earliest world map at all - there are plenty of others as you can see here. Given that Al-Idrisi died in 1165, and that the Tabula Rogeriana shown in that article looks different to the image above, what exactly are we looking at here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Huzaifah ibn Adam
    It is mind-boggling that there are still people in this day and age who believe in Odin and Norse mythology...
    How would you feel if someone said the same thing about your own beliefs?

    Peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by czgibson View Post
    Greetings,
    That is an amazing image, and I'm curious to know more about it.
    Thanks for your interest Mr Gibson

    Quote Originally Posted by czgibson View Post
    If it's from the 13th century, then it's not the earliest world map at all - there are plenty of others as you can see here. Given that Al-Idrisi died in 1165, and that the Tabula Rogeriana shown in that article looks different to the image above, what exactly are we looking at here?
    My bad, 12th century.

    With regards to naviagatable maps, they all were useless. Al Idrisi's map though was "usable". The disc map I posted above is only one of the maps which Al Idrisi made for King Roger of Sicily.

    The other one is much more detailed:




    This is the proper one, it was collated in book form like modern day A-Z's. More than an A-Z though, it contained very in depth descriptions of the land masses portrayed within, with added bonues such as the anthropological differences between people living geographically apart from each other and more...

    You may find this video interesting:



    The data from this map was used for 300 year approx and no nation could out do such a monumental work for those three centuries.

    Having said that - you know anything about the Piri Reis map?

    That on had the coast of Antartica mapped - a VERY VEEEEERY long time before satellite tech could accurately map the iced coasts of the southern land mass.

    Th question remains - how did they achieve such a work?

    I love cartography.

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    Re: i believe in , Odin

    Greetings,

    Quote Originally Posted by Timi Scar View Post
    The data from this map was used for 300 year approx and no nation could out do such a monumental work for those three centuries.
    You're right; hugely impressive work. Thanks very much for the information.

    Peace
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    Re: i believe in , Odin

    Quote Originally Posted by Timi Scar View Post
    That on had the coast of Antartica mapped - a VERY VEEEEERY long time before satellite tech could accurately map the iced coasts of the southern land mass.

    Th question remains - how did they achieve such a work?

    I love cartography.

    Scimi
    Obviously a penguin told them.....

    It is cool seeing these old maps in all of their inaccuracies, showing what regions people "felt" were bigger due to their importance, and guesses such as oceans where they shouldn't be. It shows just how far we have come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pygoscelis View Post
    Obviously a penguin told them.....
    It shows just how far we have come.
    Haha, indeed Pygo.

    We only progress when we stand on the shoulders of "giants". Thus we see a wider horizon.

    Al Idrisi was one of those giants. The Tabulus Rogeriana was just one such monumental undertaking.
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    Re: i believe in , Odin

    The etymology of the word God traces back to Gotan (Gudanaz) and Odin (Wodanaz) and ultimately Dyaus, Adams proto-indo-european name for The Divine.
    I have reconstructed it without the idolaterous branches, as Oddox Which was originally without trinities and worship of Jesus.
    And I believe it should not be attributed abnormal qualities, really 1:1 reality, "Lord Of Creations".

    Original religion was about a ban on a tree, and the teaching of what one calls "Fylgja" in Norse Mythology. The Devil was such as demon, that said Adam should eat of the tree.

    Germanic culture, follows mainly the two first prophets still, Adam and "Tór", prophet no.2, known in The Bible probably for verses about light being created, as early religion after Adam often is, and also can be seen in the Ebla artifacts.

    And the transition to Abrahamic doctrine, we see later, and all places in the world have their version of this. Abraham was an idolrejector, and included this in his theology. "Oddox is óne and has no partners".

    This inspired also Buddha, and Abraham in the form of Zoroaster, was the one who really said "Right Thought, Right Action", as popular in Buddhism now.

    Jesus was a messiah to the jews, but unfortunately was incorporated into a trinity, and the church regressed to an obtuse instance outside the politics. Jesus was probably part of the Essenes community, and they hid their writings in the Qumran cave. They were not trinitarians, nor worshipped Jesus.

    And in Arabia, they got a branch of monotheism aswell, called Islam, that teaches the same as all monotheism.

    Many have worked for Oddox cause, and through this have been part of developing society, and understanding scripture in fine granularity.

    It is still ofcourse Oddox who matters, and our langauge is a germanic language, and therefore Oddox is central in how we think.
    Good psychology and social science is still idolrejection, and Oddox has no partners. So this is leading theology still, and abrahamic religion.

    As religion would sound in contemporary wordings:

    Oddox, The Humane, The Ethical.
    Oddox, The controller of all potential in the heavens and the earth.
    Oddox who has outlawed facism and idolatry.
    Oddox the maker of all things.
    Oddox who spread people into multiple cultures.
    Oddox the provenance of peace.
    Oddox who teaches fair economy, and just business.
    Oddox, The universal, The esoteric.
    Oddox who teaches abstinence from alcohol and low morality in general.
    Oddox, The Lord Of The Universe. He has none similar.

    A corresponding concept to any society who followed their prophet, and developed interpretations of it.

    Peace!

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    Re: i believe in , Odin

    Meh..

    God had been around since.. the beginning..

    Its another language.

    Another people.

    Another time.

    ..it may or may not be true lol.

    But as time progresses, so does knowledge.

    ..and you cant go around living like a thor fan.. because its highly innacurate!!

    Or as some people on the internet would say..

    Allah has only been around for 1400 n some years.

    The word has been around a lot longer.

    ..
    ..
    ..Unfortunately i dont know how to escape slavery so it counts for very little.

    In all honesty you can say whatever you like..

    What "the world" makes of it is another thing entirely.
    ..
    ..
    ..i expected them to write it for me.

    ..they dont.

    They only replace one slave for another.

    Allah swt raises and lowers as he wills.

    Im not sure if a belief system and guidance are the same thing.

    ..who wears the glasses? Them or you?

    Are you happy with what you set free from the wings? ..or are they?
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