Impressive amount of information you got going on... well done!
I felt like breaking my silence regarding this thread/post, it is confirming many of my suspicions. You seem to be bravely "wading" through a dense linguistic "swamp" of words and facts, and it is mind boggling how language (any language) can be so complex. I really am ridiculously scared to talk about this. I find that the grave accusations made here, reflect all the psychological weight of the subject, so no need to say more. I just felt like writing something about what you have been discussing (but not getting into details).
I hope you are for real (and not who it was said you were)...
Talking about copies....
I always said it is strange that only one copy of the OLB survived.
Has it ever crossed your mind that oral tradition could have been chosen instead of a written record? I remind you of that the “christianization” that took place in those days, especially in northern Europe, in the beginning of the Crusades, must have had dire obliterating consequences, whether to written or spoken information. The possibly existing copies of the OLB and other documents or even the very idea of it, was simply “erased” from the records? And even those who might have known something, hid it from “strange” eyes and ears, fearing punishment and/or death. The BS speaks of a long time oral tradition, where ancient “his tory” was encapsulated. From what i have read of the OLB (never finished the book, but read many parts several times), it has the same approach, in the sense that it is a story told to a son, of ancient traditions but of disturbing events going on at the time too. In my opinion, their goal seems to be that of perpetuating an ancient information, regarding Atlantis (?) demise, but also of how was society organized and how you should continue to follow that ancient tradition. The use of brute force by the church while evangelizing the “unfaithful” must have changed the way nordic people lived their own cultures. Resuming, i find that it is a desperate cry that “survived” the then wild days of inquisition, but this all failed to be understood properly.
“People have attempted to understand why the Indian philosophy has reached highest in the world, despite the people having neither reading nor writing skills. But it has been built up through an oral tradition. The eldest was taught by his father, and it was his duty to again teach his siblings “ — Ior Svedlin (Bock) to Hufvudstadsbladet May 4, 1982
In other Germanic languages, including German, its name is similar or identical to that of English V. In many languages, its name literally means "double v": Spanish doble ve (though it can be spelled uve doble),[note 1] French double vé, Icelandic tvöfalt vaff, Czech dvojité vé, Finnish kaksois-vee, etc.
Literally double V - so a W written as VV would not be that odd. That it's in Finnish is especially interesting.
I think you are absolutely right!
Never knew why the English or Portuguese call the letter W, double U (UU) in the first place... although they are very close to each other, that is UVW.
In Finish (according to the wiki link you posted), the W has the same value as V, does that not ring bells? According to Svedlin (Ior), the letter V stood for Vaner (people), who spoke Van Language (one language) contrary to more ancient Aser people who spoke Rot language. Rot language was the first, then came the Van language...
“In Norse mythology, the Vanir (singular Vanr) are a group of gods associated with fertility, wisdom and the ability to see the future. The Vanir are one of two groups of gods (the other being the Æsir) and are the namesake of the location Vanaheimr ("Home of the Vanir"). After the Æsir–Vanir War, the Vanir became a subgroup of the Æsir. Subsequently, members of the Vanir are sometimes also referred to as members of the Æsir.”
Therefore, i believe the letter VV is really just a symbolism, perhaps marking the beginning of a new era of descendancy of the letter V. Notice that in the so called Aser Alphabet, the letter W is intertwined with the Y letter (which stands for Ygdrasil):
BTW: the letter U likewise strangely meant Ursprung...
From Middle High German ursprunc, from Old High German ursprung, corresponding to ur- + Sprung. Compare Dutch oorsprong.
Ursprung m (genitive Ursprungs or Ursprunges, plural Ursprünge)
More food for thought...