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Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament
11-07-2013, 12:57 PM
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Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament
Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament

The Witenagemot, 600AD -1066 AD transitioned into Parliament.

Documents clearly indicate that the witan was composed of the nation's highest echelon of both ecclesiastical and secular officers. Present on the ecclesiastical side were archbishops, bishops, and abbots, and occasionally also abbesses and priests; on the secular side ealdormen (or eorls in the latter centuries) and thegns. Members of the royal family were also present, and the king presided over the entire body.

The Witenagemot or the Witena gemot (IPA: [ˈwɪtənəgɪˌməʊt]), also known as the Witan (more properly the title of its members) was a political institution in Anglo-Saxon England which operated from before the seventh century until the eleventh century.

[Image: Witan_hexateuch.jpg]

Early Democratic Parliamentarians of the Anglo-Saxon Witenagemot, 700 AD early Parliament of the UK. The yellow conical, similar to Tocharin mummy-type, apparently Druid hats according to GB articles:

Quote:A female mummy wears a long, conical hat which has to be a witch or a wizard's hat. Or a druid's, perhaps?
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/...13638.html

The pointy yellow hats of the Anglo-Saxon Witenagemot were definitely Heathen in origin.
This was a period of transition from Heathen Pagan to more recent eras. The Witenagemot evolved from Heathen Pagan Western Europe.
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11-12-2013, 09:20 AM
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RE: Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament
Probably many Heathen pagans in those early Jute/Angles/Saxon times.
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04-01-2014, 05:47 PM
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RE: Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament
(11-07-2013 12:57 PM)White Civil Rights Wrote:  Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament

The Witenagemot, 600AD -1066 AD transitioned into Parliament.

Documents clearly indicate that the witan was composed of the nation's highest echelon of both ecclesiastical and secular officers. Present on the ecclesiastical side were archbishops, bishops, and abbots, and occasionally also abbesses and priests; on the secular side ealdormen (or eorls in the latter centuries) and thegns. Members of the royal family were also present, and the king presided over the entire body.

The Witenagemot or the Witena gemot (IPA: [ˈwɪtənəgɪˌməʊt]), also known as the Witan (more properly the title of its members) was a political institution in Anglo-Saxon England which operated from before the seventh century until the eleventh century.

[Image: Witan_hexateuch.jpg]

Early Democratic Parliamentarians of the Anglo-Saxon Witenagemot, 700 AD early Parliament of the UK. The yellow conical, similar to Tocharin mummy-type, apparently Druid hats according to GB articles:

Quote:A female mummy wears a long, conical hat which has to be a witch or a wizard's hat. Or a druid's, perhaps?
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/...13638.html

The pointy yellow hats of the Anglo-Saxon Witenagemot were definitely Heathen in origin.
This was a period of transition from Heathen Pagan to more recent eras. The Witenagemot evolved from Heathen Pagan Western Europe.

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10-04-2015, 09:32 AM
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RE: Witenagemot - Heathen Religious Parliament
Yes, they certainly look like Wizard hats, like the Berlin Gold Druid Wizard hat.
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