Oera Linda Boek, Ottema, pag. 75,76. (Manuscript p. 53)
Ut thesse tocht is thjuskydnese fon Wodin bern, sa-r vppa burgum wryten is aend hir ÍskrÍven. AndaAlder-g‚mude (25) thÍr reste en alde sÍkaening. Sterik was sin nŰme aend thahrop vr sina dÍda was gr‚t. Thisse alde rob hÍde thrÍ nÍva; Wodin thene aldestehÍmde to Lumka-m‚kja (26) bi thÍre -mude to Ast-flyland by sin eldrum t-us. nes was er hÍrman wÍst. TŁnis aend Inka wÍron sÍkaemper aend just nw bi hjarafaederja anda Alderg‚-mude t-vs. As tha jonga kaempar nw bi ekkŰrum kÍmon,kÍron hja Wodin to hjara hÍrman jefta kaening ut, aend tha sÍkaempar kÍronTŁnis to-ra sÍkaening aend Inka to hjara skelte bÓ thÍr nacht. Tha stjurargvngon th‚ nÍi tha DÍnnemarka f‚ra, thÍr n‚mon hja Wodin mith sin wigandlikalandwÍr in. [p. 76] WÓnd was rum aend alsa wÍron hja an en ‚merÓng (27) to SkÍnland.
Uit deze tocht is degeschiedenis van Wodin ontstaan, die op de burchten gegrift is, en hier isuitgeschreven. Aan de Aldergamude daar ruste een oude zeekoning, Sterik waszijn naam, en de roep zijner daden was groot. Deze oude rob had drie neven;Wodin de oudste woonde te Lumkamakia bij de Eemude in Oostflyland bij zijnouders. Eenmaal was hij heerman geweest. Teunis en Inka waren zeestrijders, enjuist nu bij hunnen oom aan de Aldergamude. Toen nu de jonge krijgers bijelkaar kwamen, kozen ze Wodin tot hun heerman of koning, en de zeekampers kozenTeunis tot hun zeekoning en Inka tot hun schout bij nacht. De zeelieden voerentoen naar de Denemarken. Daar namen ze Wodin met zijn krijgshaftige landweer aan boord. De wind was ruim, en zo waren ze in een ommezien in Schoonland.
12. From this expedition the history of Wodin sprang, which is inscribed on the burghs, and is here copied: 13. At Aldergamude there lived an old sea-king whose name was Sterik, and whose deeds were famous. This old fellow had three nephews. Wodin,the eldest, lived at Lumkamakia, near the Emude, in Astflyland, with hisparents. He had once commanded troops. Tunis and Inka were naval warriors, andwere just then staying with their father at Aldergamude. 14. When the youngwarriors had assembled together, they chose Wodin to be their commander orking, and the naval force chose Tunis for their sea-king and Inka for their admiral. The navigators then sailed for Denamark, where they took on boardWodin and his valiant host. 15. The wind was fair, so they arrived immediatelyin Skenland.
I am pretty sure, that Lumkamakia is on the northwest shore of Heligoland (= Holy Land), which was Frisian territory. The exact place is Lummenfelsen, 60 metres high cliffs. You may find the place and beautiful photoshots on Google Maps Helgoland, Lummenfelsen. Helgoland was the religious epicentrum of the old Frisians. Helgoland is northeast of the Eems mouth between the rivers Eems and Weser. It played an important role in the Viking times. The origin of the name Lumkamakja has not yet completely established. The text shows, that Lumkamakja was on a short distance from both Danmark and Scandinavia. Alcuin reports, that St. Willebrord tried to baptize the people to the Christian faith:
Alcuin (735-804), The Life of Willebrord , written ca . 796: Now whilst this energetic preacher of the Word was pursuing his journey he came to a certain island on the boundary between the Frisians and the Danes, which the people of those parts call Fositeland,[l] after a god named Fosite, whom they worship and whose temples stood there. This place was held by the pagans in such great awe that none of the natives would venture to meddle with any of the cattle that fed there nor with anything else, nor dare they draw water from the spring that bubbled up there except in complete silence. On this island the man of God wasdriven ashore by a storm and waited for some days until the gale died down and fair weather made it possible to set sail again. He set little store by thesuperstitious sacredness ascribed to the spot, or by the savage cruelty of theking, who was accustomed to condemn violators of the sacred objects to the most cruel death. Willibrord baptized three persons in the fountain in the name of the Blessed Trinity and gave orders that some of the cattle should beslaughtered as food for his company. When the pagans saw this they expected that the strangers would become mad or be struck with sudden death. Noticing,however, that they suffered no harm, the pagans, terror & shy; stricken and astounded,reported to the king what they had witnessed.
 Fositeland orHeligoland.
PS. Alcuin was a coaevus of Liko.
Menno, if this is the true scenario, then Wodin was born on the top of a cliff, lol.
Where was "Ast-flyland", or "Oostvlieland"?
Some pics with/of the river Vlie/Fli/Fly
"De Lex Frisionum (Friezenwet) onderscheidt de Friezen in Oost- en West-Friezen, al naar gelang zij ten oosten of ten westen van het Fli (ook Flehi) wonen".
The Lex Frisionum (Law of the Frisians) differentiates between East and West Frisians, depending on whether they lived east or west of the Fli (also Flehi).
If you go back to Tacitus' time, it were the Chaucians living near the Ems or "Ee-mude".