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Vinland (NH)
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Vinlandic Warrior, from Vinland (NH)

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Jan 5, 2014
    1. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the frubie....civilized Willie will visit now & then.
    2. Breathe
      Woo! Awesome. :D
    3. Breathe
      That's the way I understand it, too: metaphor, probably a Christian creation to convert the Heathen masses to their path in past, then they could say something like "See, your gods will die, but ours will last forever".

      Ragnarök is probably one of the few stories of Norse Heathenry I'm not keen on; I guess I like my eternal life idea too much; I'd rather stay dead or stay 'alive' (for lack of a better term, lol), I guess. :D
    4. Breathe
      Hey Klaufi, is it true that the Anglo-Saxon Heathens do not have a Ragnarök story?
    5. Noaidi
      Great! Glad it arrived. I was getting worried that it had got lost in the post.
      Enjoy it, my friend!
    6. Noaidi
      Thanks for the frubal. Google 'natural burial' or 'green burial' for more info. There are woodland areas of the UK dedicated to these type of burials. The more people buried there, the larger the forest grows because of the tree planting over the coffins. What better way to be remembered than being part of a forest!
    7. Noaidi
      No problem. It's taking its time, though.
    8. Noaidi
      Good pic of you in the kilt, Klaufi. Definitely need a sporran, though. They can be expensive, but if you go for a basic one (i.e. no fur or ornaments), it can work out quite cheap.
    9. Orias
      Thanks for the frube man.

      Headbanger forever!:jam:
    10. Herr Heinrich
      Herr Heinrich
      Haha! I just saw your frubal from the moral question thread. My own comment amuses me. I was feeling so snarky that night.
    11. Herr Heinrich
      Herr Heinrich
      Nice. They are pretty good.
    12. Breathe
      Awesome :)
    13. Breathe
      Oh right, I totally get what you mean there. :)
    14. Breathe
      Is there much difference between the Anglo-Saxon pantheon and that of the Ásatrú pantheon? I see Woden and Odin as the same, or am I missing something?
    15. Breathe
      Hey Klaufi, do you mind if I ask a question?
      What is Fyrnsidu? How is it different from Ásatrú?
    16. Antibush5
      Your an Asatruar and you seem like a bit of a smart one, could you contribute to my thread about worship in Asatru? So far I've only had this neo-pagan girl.
    17. Noaidi
      I've been to Iceland a few times, where Asatru is gaining strength. Have you been to any areas where the Nordic gods are strong? I'm an atheist, but am very interested in nature-based deities and how people translate that into their lives.
    18. Noaidi
      May the Aegishjalmur protect you. Thanks for the friendship request.
    19. Storm
      Welcome to the forum! :foryou:
    20. Adramelek
      Thanks my friend. Yes that does indeed help.
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    Vinland (NH)
    Sales Associate
    I love music and learning about European history.


    "Cattle die, and Kinsmen die,
    And so one dies one's self;
    But a noble name will never die,
    If good renown one gets." -Odin

    "Here at the edge of this world
    Here I gaze at a Pantheon of Oak, a citadel of stone.
    If this grand panorama before me is what you call God,
    Then God is not Dead." - Agalloch
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