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godsofhumanity · 2 days ago
Odin: You got us into this mess so yo-
Loki: *rolls eyes* I know what you're gonna say, "you need to get us out of it" blah blah...
Odin: Why would I say that? I want to fix the problem, not make it worse! You need to get as far from this as possible.
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deathtarotcard · 21 hours ago
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Alter ideas for Loki
Candy
Sweet smelling candles
Random-ass-things that I find
Cute little stuffed animals or toys
Writing down my self love affirmations and offer it to Him
A rune that I pulled out for that day
Picture found on Pintrest
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meltingangels · 2 months ago
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Pathetic Gamer dudes: *Crying about the Thor design, ignoring how not only is it more accurate to the Norse Myths, but is a body that actually looks strong and badass; like a Strongman competitor*
My Reaction:
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thor-the-asgardian-meme · 5 months ago
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Disney has trademarked the names of a bunch of Norse gods.
This is not okay.
These gods do not belong to Disney. They do not belong to Marvel. They belong to themselves and themselves alone, along with all those who worship them as the deities they are.
Thor, Loki, Odin, etc., these gods were not thought up by anyone at Disney or Marvel.
Stan Lee knew how sacred these gods are to those who follow many different Pagan traditions, how sacred they are to Scandinavian cultures to whom they are so important.
My best friend follows the Norse gods. She will be so bloody offended when she finds out about this. These are her gods, this is her religion. These are the deities she worships, the gods she prays to, the traditions she follows. She enjoys the Marvel portrayals of these characters, but they are separate from the gods she believes in.
Disney is stepping on her religion in an effort to gain more and more money.
Stan Lee did not trademark these names. He understood their importance and their sacred meaning. He was respectful enough not to do this.
These names are not the intellectual property of anyone. Neither the original names in runes nor the anglicised names that are used in Marvel's works.
They were around well before us (a whole ass millennium before us), and they will be around well after the greedy bastards who have decided to trademark religious symbols are dust.
It should be common sense and common courtesy not to trademark the names of religious figures, which all of these gods and goddesses are, even if you do not believe in them.
mod is not christian but you would never see me trademark jesus ffs it crosses a Line
If you agree, please sign and share the petition. If you can, please chip in to get this petition everywhere it can possibly go.
It is f**king disgusting that Disney is doing this.
It needs to stop.
Oh, and one more thing.
FUCK DISNEY.
i want to throw up ive included a bunch of tags trying to get the norse pagans attention bc im sure they'll want in on this if u have an in with the norse paganism community on tumblr pls do tag everyone u can
im wondering now if they've done this to the greek gods too ughh that would show even more of a disregard for other people's religious views and past people's religious views ughhhh ok imma go look at the toilet bowl for a bit 😅pls sign it'd mean the world to me
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superfroken · 6 months ago
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evermore-fashion · 5 months ago
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Frigg (Friia) was the Queen of Asgard, wife of Odin (God of Wisdom) and the goddess of beauty, love and marriage in Norse mythology. Even though her main role was guardian of marriage, Frigg did not live with Odin. Instead, she made her home in a place called Fensalir and was attended by several maids. She had a reputation of knowing every person’s destiny, but never unveiling it. The English word ‘Friday’ is derived from her name. (Elie Saab Fall 2017 Haute Couture Collection)
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thehikingvalkyrie · 9 months ago
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My friend sent me this today and I thought it was very important to share for all my fellow Viking/Norse mythology lovers. Daily reminder: fuck white supremacy.
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wolfpup026 · 21 days ago
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“This definitely wasn’t part of the sacred timeline…”
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godsofhumanity · a day ago
Hodr: What do you guys do when you have big problems?
Tyr: I ignore them until they go away.
Thor: I try to fight them.
Baldr: I find a solution to overcome them.
Freyr: ...
Hodr: ...Freyr?
Freyr:
Freyr: *sighs* I freak out and cry.
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alaiaorax · a month ago
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Sleipnir by Alaiaorax
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aqua-regia009 · 2 months ago
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Dream Idyll (A Valkyrie) by Edward Robert Hughes
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superheroesincolor · 2 months ago
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Angrboða, God of War: Ragnarok (2022)
Voiced in the game by Laya DeLeon Hayes
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In Norse mythology, Angrboða or Angrboda is a female jötunn (giant). In the Poetic Edda, Angrboða is mentioned only in Völuspá hin skamma as the mother of Fenrir by Loki.
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viking-illustrator · 2 months ago
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Nothing but love for Round Thor™ over on twitter
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evermore-fashion · 2 months ago
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Sigyn was the goddess of loyalty, faithfulness, and compassion in Norse mythology and second wife to the trickster god Loki. Not much is known about her other than at the onset of Ragnarök, she remained loyal to her husband even after he was bound by the other gods for the murder of Baldr (god of light). Sigyn stood beside Loki and used a bowl to catch the deadly snake venom that dripped onto his face. However, when she had to temporarily leave to empty the bowl, the venom would hit Loki's face making him writhe in pain, which would cause the earth above to shake. (Cucculelli Shaheen ‘Alchemy & Mysticism’ Collection)
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