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MartinTower

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Wow great job Mayhem, it must be great to swing one of those!! I know a woodcutter maybe he has a battleaxe as well :) Jk probably not but i can cut some wood ;)

Do you see any connection to saints or templars? Is the symbol of the axe to be found in Irish churches?
 
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Mayhem

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Help me out here., Martin.

Translate this, i know its of the rope salvation.
ich bin wan alter wan can seen hiel.

This goes back many years, its a call that was used.
 
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Help me out here., Martin.

Translate this, i know its of the rope salvation.
ich bin wan alter wan can seen hiel.

This goes back many years, its a call that was used.
It doesn`t make any sense in german. I am, ich bin, wan is wrong it should be von, alter means age, wan is wrong it would be wann that means when, can is wrong it would be kann, seen is wrong right is sehen that means to see but there is another word seen that means lakes, hiel is healed,

Maybe it is older german? From sailors?
 

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Maybe something like "I'm less old, less than you can see skidding".
I've some doubt about hiel, that could be translate as "heel" (noun, but without a clear meaning) or as "to heel" or "to skid" (in this last meaning, it should be something like "get wrong").
 

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Ok thanks guys , i'll have to see where it came from you may be right.

von is correct, i was trying to type as it sounded. My mistake.
 
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Wan could mean something that is lacking, missing, deficient, maybe also something that is empty. It's a word related with old english, old dutch and old saxon, therefore all languages of the old north germanic group.
 
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You may reflect on the following or may not, your choice, decide!
Matthew 10:16New International Version (NIV)

16 “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves.
 

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Martin Tower, in paganism the forests aren't the only "cathedral". In Ancient Greek or in the Roman Empire there was a lot of temple of pagan divinities.
 
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