Co-producer Tamara Bungeneers shooting at the Dolmen in Drenthe (NL)
Author Bart Uytterhaegen, in cooperation with Tamara Bungeneers, produces an entire series of viking-shoots for illustrating his upcoming book release. The title and release date of the book is still unknown but there’s a good chance the foreword will be written by UAP-expert Stephen Bassett (Executive Director PRG, USA). This new UAP-investigation, diving deep into the ancient astronaut files of Northern Europe, will reveal the amazing connection between Vikings, Celts and Ufo’s! Do we need to say more? The initial idea for this daring project, within the boundaries of UAP-investigation, is an absolute wonder in itself and could revive and introduce a forgotten ancient pagan tradition to the Low lands and accordingly to the entire world. We’re not talking mix and match workshop material where everything distinctly tribal gets blended for commercial purposes. We’re saying ‘walk-the-walk-and-talk-the-talk’ on all things related to Viking paganism. The book aims on connecting the official UAP-dossiers with North-European pagan traditions, because its seidr (old pagan sorcery) practitioners in themselves were the original skywatchers and contactees. The book will explain many new things on mystery schools and the art of divination.
I always wanted to read this book but it didn’t exist, so I had to create it myself!”
The book will create an entire atmosphere by recreating images of the Viking world. Look for specific jewelry, clothing, face-paints, codes of behavior in fighting methods, seidr practice and much more. Look for rectifications on things gone wrong during the composition of our traditional history books. The cliché of Vikings being bloodthirsty barbarians before christianization will be straightened out.
Viking blowing horn (cow), curved drinking cups (ox), the drum (made out of deer and ash tree) and the calm (bone) are some of the replicas used during the viking shoot production.