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2012 A.D.:  GeoProphecy:  Does A Dragon Snap At Denmark?

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  GeoProphecy is essentially an enquirey into whether God the Father, when designing the land masses of Earth, decided to design images into the shapes of the continents, states, islands, lakes, etc. - forming them into purposeful pictures of sorts - which would one day prove interestingly appropriate for the events that He knew would occur there in that area. 

  GeoProphecy is very speculative.  Determining what particular shapes God might have built into the features of the Earth is very subjective.  Even if there is a shape that seems to apply very specifically to a known object or creature, why then did God put it there?  That opens yet another area of GeoProphecy (which might or might not be something that God used or intended in the first place) which is rife with opportunities for misinterpretation.  Is there a picture?  What is it a picture of?  Why might the picture have been placed there anyway....what is it supposed to make us think of?  

  And so, these GeoProphecy accounts are just food for thought until such a time as God or Jesus or the Holy Spirit should say 'yes' or 'no' to the concept, and should then go on to interpret the meanings of such GeoProphecy should the answer turn out to be 'Yes, GeoProphecy is real.'  

  But, it seems to be yet another praise to God that the shapes are, in certain instances, so very applicable to the history of the region!  God is certainly capable of such multi-layered work, work far beyond our minds' abilities to even comprehend in many cases.  And in our day, when we can see down from far above so clearly via sattelite, we have the clearest glimpses ever of this Earth that God created, from a perspective that God formerly reserved for the Kingdom of Heaven alone.

  As for this account, it is about how the Scandinavian Peninsula looks quite a great lot like the head and twisted neck of a great fearsome dragon, snapping at the Jutland Peninsula, today's Denmark.  I couldn't really say what the Jutland Peninsula looks like, if it was supposed to depict some object.  A crown, maybe?  It really isn't clear to me, actually, but I look at it from time to time and feel that it is shaped like something I can almost recognize. 

  It's interesting if you stop to think about the great dragon ships of the marauding Vikings, and of how the area that the Vikings previously came from, surrounding the Black Sea, held many cultures which drew or depicted, along with other ordinary creatures, that type of small dragon-like creature called the Sirrush which is referred to in old writings as a horse predator.  Scythian golden goblets and jewelry, for instance, shows these animals in beautiful detail, taking down horses.  They were second only to the lion, some old writers said.  Many heraldic crests of Europe depicted this creature or other similar creatures, along with animals still living in our day. 

  And then, in the Scandinavian bays and inlets, in the waters of their steep fjiords, there was reportedly the creature that they sometimes referred to as an 'orm' (related to the word 'worm') which some experts say was used when modeling the prows of their raiding ships. 

  I have read that some men even became specialists of a sort in the killing of these somewhat dangerous 'orms'.  They might rise up near your boat and bite a man, it was said.  Somewhere I read that one method of killing an orm was to get the orm to eat meat placed on hooks attached to ropes, and then men would try to pull the orm onto shore, and the orm would pull backwards, resisting the pull, and it's neck would stretch out, and then someone on shore near the water's edge would run up close and chop off it's head with a sword or axe.  True?  Who knows.  My guess is that it is true. 

  Once there may have been orms, but there are now either none or almost none.  Men in open boats whose way of life caused them to be rowing across the fjords fairly frequently did not care to be attacked by orms, I suppose.  I do believe that the Viking peoples would have been men of the proper personality and disposition for the destroying of such 'dragons'.  I believe their women would have been as well!  I read a supposed old story from Scandinavia's early times where a woman going down to the water to do her wash came across a young orm on the trail near the beach, so she killed it with her wash paddle.  Then she brought her people to come look at it. 

  And men always seem to love hunting when and where new lands are being tamed.

  But the point is that for several reasons the early groups of peoples who came to Scandinavia are easily enough relatable to 'dragons' of one sort or another in one way or another.  And though there were alliances among the Baltic peoples in nearly every direction as the various centuries rolled past, the idea of Denmark being ''snapped at' by it's neighbors to the north is quite supportable.  Some large and quite a few small conflicts found the peoples of the Jutland Peninsula (where Denmark is located) battling those to their north, though a later war might find them allied with one or another of those same.

  As for a deeper Biblical meaning, I am not sure.  The Scandinavians are fine Christians, but the Denmark region's early peoples, some of whom traveled to England, were early converts to Christianity there on that British Isle.  By the 7th century Christianity had a good hold in Britain.  And back in the Scandinavian lands of mainland Europe Harald Bluetooth of Denmark more or less led the way, declaring his nation officially Christian in the 10th century, a bit before Sweden or Norway.  

  I guess the Danes have a cozy claim to being among the earliest of the Scandinavians to accept the light of Christ, and reject the worship of Odin, Thor, and Freida....the Aesgaardian false deities, actually deified ancestors.  All false religions are a reflection of that great evil dragon Satan.  The Aesgaard pantheon is a dragon which tried to follow and hold these peoples, these Swedes and Norwegians and Danes, the Saxons and Jutes and Angles, and other pro-genitor peoples that came to this area, some other Germanic tribes included.  But, the dragon did not win.  The peoples who made the trek from the Black Sea region to the Baltic Sea region shook off the dragon, and reached instead for Christ, each in their time. 

  And on another note, the story of Denmark's flag, their Dannebrog, falling from the sky during a desperate battle....very interesting to say the least.  A flag with a cross on it!  On lambskin, the legend says.  Soon enough, other nations' flags in that area were similarly designed.  And today, those nations there in northern Europe, who openly proclaim Christ on their national flag, happen to have some of the world's highest standards of living.  Is there a connection?  Whatever the case, they openly proclaim Jesus on their national ensign, so God bless them!!  I hope they always seek to not only claim Jesus, but seek to personally follow His teachings as we all should.  Go Scandinavia, and go Denmark.

  Finally, the Danish Royal Bloodline has branched out to become one thread of descendency in many of the royal houses of Europe.  Queen Elizabeth II claims it as part of her heritage, for instance. 

  And as for the Anglo Saxon Jute peoples that once dwelled in todays Denmark, they have emigrated on to many parts of the world, becoming major and impacting peoples in most of the places they went.  Consider the word Jorvik, for instance.  Jorvik is a word from these Jutlandish peoples, and from the word Jorvik comes the word York.  That name has travelled far!!

  Big things have come from that area of the world where Denmark sits, and where Sweden and Norway and Finland and Estonia and others sit today.  Big world events evolved from those peoples.  They have been impactful far beyond their geographical size.  And they all, but perhaps those nations of the Jutland Peninsula in particular, have been a powerful tool in the hand of God.  So, maybe on those first days of creation He used Geography to display a bit of their coming story in that area of the world that would come to be uniquely theirs.  But it is only speculation until the day God may choose to speak to us about it! 


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the Jutland Peninsula and the Snapping Dragon


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