Ruins of Gothic fortress in Crimea, Ukraine
Asgard is not a place of "myth" among the plethora of foundational documents of many nations of the world. Asgard is cataloged among many of the most fiercely guarded pedigrees of Kings for the sole right of government to exist by ancestral inheritance. These genealogies are of paramount importance for establishing the historical place, as well as putting the future heirs into perspective. Very specifically these precious national pedigrees include their leader's ancestors as being born at the literal land of "Asgard" in the East.
From the Ancient Icelandic Annals "The Ynglinga Saga or The Story of the Yngling Family from Odin to Halfdan the Black":
"The country east of the Tanaquisl in Asia was called Asaland, or Asaheim, and the chief city in that land was called Asgaard. In that city was a chief called Odin, and it was a great place for sacrifice. It was the custom there that twelve temple priests should both direct the sacrifices, and also judge the people. They were called Diar, or Drotner, and all the people served and obeyed them. Odin was a great and very far-travelled warrior, who conquered many kingdoms, and so successful was he that in every battle the victory was on his side. It was the belief of his people that victory belonged to him in every battle. It was his custom when he sent his men into battle, or on any expedition, that he first laid his hand upon their heads, and called down a blessing upon them; and then they believed their undertaking would be successful. His people also were accustomed, whenever they fell into danger by land or sea, to call upon his name; and they thought that always they got comfort and aid by it, for where he was they thought help was near. Often he went away so far that he passed many seasons on his journeys." source: http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=&emne=asatru&vis=s_e_ynglingesoga (official manuscripts)
Even the United States officially traces the ancestors of Presidents Washington and Lincoln in their pedigrees to Asgard.
From a book in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., written by Albert Welles, titled "Pedigree and history of the Washington Family.":
“Odin (first King of Scandinavia, 70 B.C.) came from Asaland or Asaheim, east of Tanais. He endeared himself to the Asiatic subjects, successful in every combat. Son of Fridulf, supreme ruler of the Scythians, in Asaland or Asaheim, Turkestand, between the Euxine and Caspian Seas in Asia He reigned at Asgard, whence he removed 70 B.C., and became the first king of Scandinavia. Died 50 B.C., and was succeeded by Sons who ruled in different parts of Scandinavia...." Source: http://www.ensignmessage.com/archives/washington.html
The Sovereign Kings of the GothsGothic Kingship has never been limited to localities at any time in history. The house laws of these Trojan descended Chieftons were based on firstborn inheritance rights by blood. Most were Imperialistic military commanders over many nations like Mennon, Thor etc. Since land claim is not a factor, the firstborn branches of this Dardanian Dynasty can relcaim their rightful place as head. A King of the Goths need not be born in Asgard, nor in Troy, nor in any other locality of the world. Blood alone seals the sacred right to rule, for the heir of the firstborn senior branch. Only original house law at the founding of the house is relevant. This goes back to the Patriarch Judah and the scarlet cord on the arm of his twin son Zarah.
After Odin, his firstborn heirs left Asgard "the place of the Goths/gods" in the east. They moved to the Goth's new base in Sweden. His sons and grandchildren (heirs) had almost entirely relocated. (as demonstrated below in the genealogy of Prince Stephen Michael Nott). The Goths however continued to flourish in the East, and eventually to conquer Rome in the 5th Century.
Gothic invasions in the 3rd century
From "House of Cnott" The Firstborns:
"King Flocwald (born 110AD in Asgard)
King Finn ( born 160AD in Asgard )
Freothalaf (Fredulph) born 190AD in Asgard)
King Sigge (Odin) Fridulfsson (born 210AD in Asgard)
King Njord I of Sweden (born 228AD in Sweden)"