Our KahNaRKh (Viking Ruler) was blessed with being born in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge (sometimes called AMERICA'S FJORD)--but oblivious to his Viking Heritage or Family Lineage (as they tried to Americanize, and forget the Old World).
In earlier years, his parents had gone to church, but by the time that he came around, they were out of the church going mode.
Thus, being raised rather secularly, the Great Thinkers and World Philosophers were his early mentors. Then...
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EDUCATION AND DEGREES:
At a young age, God spoke to Our Ruler in a Gibeah Experience and promised to grant him wisdom and knowledge, similar to King Solomon. And, from then on, his intellectual and academic skills blossomed. Moreover, God provided him with schollarships and endowments to some of the best colleges in the Land, including Central Washington University, University of Washington, and University of Chicago. During these studies he obtained a BA in Family Studies, a BA.Ed. in Social Science Education, a MA.Ed in Educational Media (A/V Technologies), and the credit equivalent to a Ph.D!
And God gave him the gift of one of the most amazing scientific discoveries of this century! (For details, see ZDK INSTITUTE LIBRARY.)
VIKING RESEARCH AND ACHIEVEMENTS:
As a child, he was turned on to Vikings by the movie of Prince Valiant, and since then he has always had an interest in things Scandinavian. (His ex-wife was a Scandinavian major in college.) In his later years, working in and out of the various Lutheran Churches (and with Lutheran Charismatic Renewal), he got used to ministering to Nordics. And, much of the Organization of the NORDESEL and the Viking Revival is due to that experience.
VIKING BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS:
From an early age, Daniel has been very gifted and creative--and has written quite extensively (the Articles of this Web Site being a very good example). In addition, for the NORDESEL, he has written some specific novels, to enhance that Viking Culture:
DaktarDan, Son of Valiant, Son of Lionhearted (Sire or H.M. do well, too, for Mediavelists!) See PICs at Shaddox KoNSVaRa.
STILL CURIOUS? DIDN'T GET ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED?
Well, don't give up. We have just put forth some of the real simple answers here. Our NORTHMEN Intermediate Articles are designed to answer more of the higher level questions. (And in greater detail.) Things that you may wish to take some time to think about.
You'll find a collection of Our Intermediate Literature in the Northmen Section of Our Web Site. Or, use this handy shortcut, below.
Instead, turn to the next document, in our VIKING Introductory Literature series (which we have stored, here, with the Viking Quick Facts Sheets). It is on the answers to the Frequently Asked Questions of Us (and Our Realm):
Don't delay. Get it and read it now.
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