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Anglo-Saxon language was close to Swedish. _ Br. Assoc. Scand.Studies, Hull Uni.
Swedes were "Ynglinga" meaning
"Ingo.people" from Ingo son of Odin who came from the Don river region in Russia. _ Snorri sagas, Iceland 13th cent.
The words appear here:
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While its origins are debated, the use of this symbol for worship is an ancient tradition in India extending back at least to the early Indus Valley civilization.
Vaman Shivram Apte's dictionary gives seventeen definitions of the term, including these examples:
The image of a god
A symptom or mark of disease
A spot or stain
A means of proof, a proof, evidence
The effect or product which evolves from a primary cause
The concept of grammatical gender
In Tamil ilingu literally means "home is here", denoting a mound of clay Goddess Uma made to symbolize Mount Kailas and worship God Siva in it.... Shiva was and still is chiefly worshipped in the form of the liṅga, usually a short cylindrical pillar with rounded top, which is the survival of a cult older than Indian civilization itself
In Hindu Dharma, Bansi Pandit explains that "Shivalinga consists of three parts. The bottom part which is four-sided remains under ground, the middle part which is eight-sided remains on a pedestal and the top part which is actually worshipped is round.
Siva divides from His Absolute state into Linga (Supreme Lord) and anga, individual soul, the two eventually reuniting in undifferentiated oneness. The soul (anga) merges with Siva(Linga) by a progressive, six-stage path called shatsthala. This is called Shunyasampadane- earning eternal nothingness.](end quote).
"Anga" soul may relate to Greek "ank" as "abyss", and Celtic "anku" meaning
"narrow spot, death" (Breton "anku"). Proto-Bulgarian "ang" was "sacred vow", formed as the first letter A like a cross fourchee >+< with v^ top and bottom.
"English" and "Anglo" connect "ingo / anga".
The Turoe stone of Galway Eire is similar to a linga stone.