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Ragnarok comes in three years..

We prepare the way for the Hooded Man and Heimdall, reject the 'hobbyist' Odinist/Asatru groups who want to 'dress up' as Vikings. Unless you can stand with honour with our Gods and the 14 Words go away and find another 'hobby'...

There are brave Odinist/Wodenist groups in the USA, Germany, Scandinavia and the UK that represent our Gods in the 'right' way... I have made friends in Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Baltic States, USA, Scandinavia, never turn your back on the Gods and no more 'tolerance'... We do what we think is right, never back down infront of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Wiccans, Druids - they are SCUM...

Ailric, The Heathen Wolves 81 Comments [6/28/2011 5:20:00 AM]
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Leliel

Dammit, where's Loki when you need him?

...Wait, he's Loki. Duh.

6/28/2011 5:22:38 AM

lol

Awesome, now Odinism is a religion with true class and style.. not like these dumbass Yahwee based ones.

6/28/2011 5:24:19 AM

Anon2

There are brave Odinist/Wodenist groups [...] that represent our Gods in the 'right' way [...] We do what we think is right, never back down infront of[...] Wiccans, Druids - they are SCUM...

Wow. Fundie fight among pagan fundies? *Grabs bowl of popcorn*

6/28/2011 5:28:27 AM

Crocz

Refreshing, another class of fundie! :)
*swivels cup*
Ah yes, agressive, millenialist, with a marked tone of racism...

6/28/2011 5:29:54 AM

Doubting Thomas

I never in my life ever thought I'd see a fundamentalist Odinist, even to the point of claiming that other Odinists aren't true Odinists.

6/28/2011 5:49:58 AM

Tallyho

if only the bandwagons wouldn't move so fast; I might jump on one!

6/28/2011 5:50:33 AM



Uh huh. Say, don't the Aesir have a pact of co-existence with the Vanir and bolster their forces with souls of the brave from many walks of life? And doesn't Ragnarok itself come about from the very prejudice the other gods rubbed in the face of Loki the half-breed, whose children likewise become more powerful than the strongest of the Asgardians with their 'impure' blood, resulting in him turning around and curb stomping the rest of the gods?

@ TakoTaco

Doesn't the winter of winters occur after the final battle but before the nine worlds are resurrected? Surt's flames scorch the land, Jormungand's poison darkens the sky, and Fenrir's howls freeze what's left.

Oh. Okay.

6/28/2011 5:53:23 AM

TakoTaco

Asatro. Not Asatru. Asa - as/ase/aser - aesir. Tro = faith/belief.

Also, you may say that Ragnarok comes in three years, but before Ragnarok comes Fimbulvinteren, which is a winter that lasts for three consecutive years. The sun is shining and it's hot, I doubt we're in the middle of the Fimbulvinter or even close to it.

Don't tell me Ragnarok is coming when we haven't had the Fimbulvinter, it's like saying you'll have a home-baked cake ready in 10 minutes when you haven't even bought the ingredients!


@ #1303936
I'm pretty sure the winter comes first (at least that's what I learned in school), but I guess it's worth a trip to wikipedia...
Nope, the winter comes first.
"In Norse mythology, Fimbulvetr (or fimbulvinter), commonly rendered in English as Fimbulwinter, is the immediate prelude to the events of Ragnarök."

6/28/2011 5:55:44 AM

Argle Bargle

Obviously, Ailric was jealous of the derpfest monotheistic fundies had and decided to join it.

6/28/2011 6:09:26 AM



poe? O.o

6/28/2011 6:12:23 AM

gaijinlaw

Nice find!

6/28/2011 6:15:11 AM

cdcdrr

Just when you thought polytheists were not as bad as monotheists. Well luckily there are also 'hobbyist' groups that do get along with Muslims, Wiccans, Satanists, etc...

6/28/2011 6:25:02 AM

Xotan

You like Wagner, then?

6/28/2011 6:26:10 AM

Dr. Razark

Ok, now I remember why I left that crap...

6/28/2011 6:28:29 AM

mad the swine

"I never in my life ever thought I'd see a fundamentalist Odinist, even to the point of claiming that other Odinists aren't true Odinists. "

Their contempt of other pagan movements isn't based on religion. These guys are white supremacists. The "14 words" reference is the tipoff.

6/28/2011 6:32:33 AM

Horsefeathers

"Ragnarok comes in three years.."

No, no. The Rapture is going to happen any day now.

I know because the fundies keep telling me and they would never lie about such a thing or be mistaken. They've got a direct line to Gawd after all and you're just some heathen, pagan, atheist, Muslim, Communist trying to deceive me.

"We prepare the way for the Hooded Man and Heimdall, reject the 'hobbyist' Odinist/Asatru groups who want to 'dress up' as Vikings. Unless you can stand with honour with our Gods and the 14 Words go away and find another 'hobby'..."

I have to admit, this makes a nice change from the Rapture bullshit I'm used to seeing.

"There are brave Odinist/Wodenist groups in the USA, Germany, Scandinavia and the UK that represent our Gods in the 'right' way..."

The "right" way being what, exactly?

I'm not very familiar with such religions but I'm pretty sure that the modern versions are reconstructions (i.e., guesswork) since we aren't really sure what the original religions entailed.

"We do what we think is right, never back down infront of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Wiccans, Druids - they are SCUM..."

Certainly that's not the best you can do, calling someone names. Would your religious ancestors have simply called them "scum" and been done with it?

6/28/2011 6:42:09 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Wow... a neopagan fundie. I'm surprised that we don't get more of those on here, considering that some New Agers and neopagans are just as batshit insane as fundie Christians and Muslims. So I guess even a completely non-Abrahamic religion has followers who look forward to the end of the world (even more stupid because in the Norse version of eschatology, every living thing will DIE (except for one man, one woman, and one god, none of whom are Ailric.) Who would have thought?

6/28/2011 6:50:25 AM

Pup

Is this related to the Wotanists who think 'Wotan' stands for 'Will Of The Arian Nation'? >_>

6/28/2011 6:57:10 AM

Mad_Jester

Wow. No True Heathen. I fucking love it.

Also, if you're half the Viking you claim to be, 'Ailric', shouldn't your screenname end with a 'k'?

6/28/2011 7:27:03 AM

Jamaican Castle

This is a nice change of pace, I'll give it that.

I'm curious about these "14 words", though. I'm figuring they aren't the 14 words to make someone leave without pain, or to say goodbye to a friend.

...so, I'm a little stumped.

6/28/2011 7:33:00 AM

Berny

This is refreshing. An Odinist fundie.
You better die on the point of a sword though, fella, otherwise no Valhalla for you.

6/28/2011 7:36:16 AM

Mister Spak

FUNDIE FIGHT!!!!!!

6/28/2011 7:38:29 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Ragnarok comes in three years.."

The Millerites thought the same way in 1844. Harold Camping did the same last month. And like them...:



"There are brave Onanist groups in the USA, Germany, Scandinavia and the UK that represent our Gods in the 'right' way..."

fixed. You and your ilk are wankers, after all, FAil(p)ric(k).

"never back down infront of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Wiccans, Druids - they are SCUM..."

...but we Atheists, and followers of His Noodlyness The Flying Spaghetti Monster, Invisible Pink Unicorn, Ceiling Cat, Raptor Jesus, JR 'Bob' Dobbs et al aren't, eh? You said it, we didn't! X3

@Pup

"Is this related to the Wotanists who think 'Wotan' stands for 'Will Of The Arian Nation'? >_>"

The comedian Les Dawson:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Dawson

Had a character called 'Wotan: Man of Steel'. A parody of 'superheroes'. >:D

@Berny

"This is refreshing. An Odinist fundie.
You better die on the point of a sword though, fella, otherwise no Valhalla for you."

Klingons believe that, to die in honourable, glorious battle, earned them a place in the hallowed halls of Sto-Vo-Kor. The only figure they revere is Kahless the Unforgettable. After all, they destroyed their gods - they were considered more trouble than they were worth.

6/28/2011 7:41:58 AM

Raised by Horses

Actually, when Christianity began to push out "pagan" religions like the old Norse myths, they retconned their theology to mean that the old world and gods were destroyed in Ragnarok, and replaced by a new one, in which the whole Jesus myth took place, i.e. this one. So, technically the "Viking Rapture" already happened.

@TakoTaco

No, it's "Ásatrú". It might differ, depending on the language (Scandinavian languages tend to put their own spin on words common to all of them, which is quite confusing at times), but most spell it that way.

6/28/2011 8:02:29 AM

StoneSpiral

Just goes to prove, every group has its asshole.

6/28/2011 8:12:16 AM
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