Odin’s massive home is described in legends as almost metallic, with shimmering walls and a golden ceiling.
During the day, people drink and eat at these long tables, with fires running down the center of the hall.
Then, after they’ve finished eating, they clear the tables and begin fighting.
So this must be tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people; the imagination is boggled by how large this hall must be.
Is there any proof that Valhalla was more than a mythical place?
Could it have been a spacecraft from another planet?
Some ancient astronaut theorists believe Valhalla was not a product of our forefathers’ imagination, but rather a form of circling space station.
This is because whenever we have a description of Valhalla, it is an astounding account of a place with strange features.
Various descriptions of Vahala allude to it as some kind of enormous metallic ship, but they also bury their dead in the ships.
So, is this a reference to them actually attempting to recreate delivering their dead to the heavens, or would they, like their gods, be returning to the heavens in some sort of big metallic ship?
Archaeological evidence and contemporaneous sources indicate that, in addition to burying their dead and burying their boats, the Norse Vikings also sent many of these funeral vessels out to sea and burned them.
But why is this so? Was it simply a fiery tribute to the deceased?
Or did the ancient Vikings just reenact something their forefathers had seen?
Is it possible that they actually tried to replicate an alien spaceship launching?
So my question is whether our forefathers watched rockets or spacecraft take off and land with all of this fire and smoke and the Earth trembling that they thought over time that by burning their dead, they would be able to recreate what they saw.