We have now entered a series of tales best described as a people's history with plenty of novelty to allow and support what is surely a nearly oral tradition. Recall all these texts will be read to an assembled audience. Thus names and family connections are important to the narrative as it positions characters in a similar milieu to the listeners. We dispense with all that in reading text.
The texts from India have a similar nature. Actual printed texts only became available several hundred years ago and this changed the method of sharing this type of information.
Some of our notes will now be cursory but we still learn by observing background.
This is clearly a Bronze Age big man culture conforming to the culture of the Illiad. We have the clear rational behind the Viking water burial method which was likely unknown. That rational is clearly informed by experience with lingering spirits related to ground burial.
We also discover the source of the tale of the sword in the stone. This is also unrelentingly practical as well..
A substantial amount of information has been provided in terms of cosmology and prehistory all of which nicely conforms to my own richly developed understanding. All other readers will lack my special knowledge and understanding and will typically be dismayed or confused which is unfortunate. i also see signs that efforts have been made to interpolate modern material from our own scriptures which may end up been unnecessarily misleading as to providence.
I will say that no one could have written much of the first several chapters using modern ideas except perhaps myself and i certainly did not.
[ this means that she learned to channel spirits from the other side who answered her questions. Thus her noted wisdom was developed through channeling as has also been observed with other texts - arclein ]
[ this now rings loudly of Norse funeral practices and conforms to the reported provenance of these documents - arclein ]
[ the wound is cleansed and recovery is now underway. - arclein ]