Here is the blade!
IMAGE/VIDEO: Diogo Emiliano, Meetrhijl
YOUTUBE, Diogo Emiliano Canal
Publicado em 01/03/2014
BRAZIL. RIO DE JANEIRO, 2014. Diogo Emiliano, a researcher at USP - shows in video, how the steel of common kitchen knife can to be turned in an enchanted sword, a blade Meetrhijl, like the smith calls his creation.
This sword is heiress of mysterious ancient technologies whose existence in the past, contemporary scholars do not know how to explain and nor how to fit in the Annals of academic history.
As a fully tuned Alchemist with the scientific context of their reality, the young blacksmith, in his video, speaking in English and Portuguese, explains the secret of the magic of these blades using scientific terms as naturally as was sharing a cake recipe. In fact, the gypsy, despite bad tongues, he doesn't fled from school.
Instead, he led the school to the house where could apply the sciences lessons to kept the technological secrets of his cultural traditions.
Diogo is a good example of a generation of new occultists. They don't deny Traditions. Today, they research and establish its validity in academic terms. This gypsy blacksmith is quantic: he doesn't hesitates in put the mysterious gifts of his lineage of blacksmiths under a microscope.
The gypsy blacksmith of weapons in his workshop
IMAGE: YOUTUBE, Published em 27/07/2012
Excalibur ... the Black Armor of Achilles ... people think it is myth ... My people have not the slightest doubt that this things are not only myths. We are to practice the transformation of an ordinary blade ... in a superlâmina that will act as more expensive and mythological Damascus's steel can act ...
Diogo presents himself as gypsy belonging to the ROM lineage of the Kalderash, a people (or community) that arrived at Brazil there about 200 years ago. With goodwill he preserves by study and perseverance the traditions of his clan.
At the same time, he has updates the extraordinary knowledge of the ancient blacksmiths, their art, their technique. Among the blacksmiths considered like masters, the ability of the gypsies has a solid reputation.
Models from all the world and from different cultures are forged by Master Diogo Emiliano
YOUTUBE, Published on 27/07/2012
This video marks the end of a study that consumed 20 years of my life story . With just one practice, rapid, inexpensive, I have simplified 1700 years of Romaji forge. More, I added my own final praxis: the Meethril, resulting in a unique league, by maximum application intrusória in a fluidized chemical chain in a magnetoplasmático environment ...
CUTTING NAILS AND BREAKING BONES
After having transformed the steak knife from the kitchen in a small but dangerous sword, Diogo submits the object to proofs of strength and the cut power, running several tests: the new sword, can cut steel nails and injure an enemy quickly slicing meat and breaking the bones.
SECRETS ARE SECRETS
It is impossible don't note that - in the video, the process - highlighted by the Master of melee weapons - from the intrusionamento of the Meethril - essential for the enrichment process of the knife steel - is not revealed. Rather, it is explicitly hidden. Means that the Masters, despite advances, still are hermetics in the guard their secrets.
The use of a term which has a literary origin - the Meethril (Tolkien/Lord of the Rings) refering to an chemical element, substance or process / technique will be - certainly a problem for the credibility of the young priest of Vulcan.
Occurs that temporarily Diogo chose the word Meethril or Mithril to name this substance that he says have developed or, who knows, rediscovered after many years of experimentation. Because, at least, even now, this substance - according Diogo, remains unkown by the current chemical.
However, is valid to remember that Tolkien did not create their magic world from nothing, he found his inspiration in Norse mythology and so, the matter returns to the question of truth hidden in myth: there is at least a chance that the tradition of the enchanted swords, mythical swords could be have inspired by real weapons, technologically so extraordinary that appeared to be magical objects, misunderstood in his own time.