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    I would say Thor is a much more complex deity than we modern Heathens have been led to believe. Stalwart, strong, brave and true, a protector of His Folk, but also with a strong Trickster element, as seen in His relationship with Loki. There are stone inscriptions from the old days asking Thor to assist in Seidr-work, which shows His very strong shamanic elements (and suggests that Seidr was not as effeminate and un-manly as many believe). Even though I consider myself marked by Odin the deep souled Lord of Thunder, along with Freyr, are the Gods of my household. I have had more dream contacts with Thor (usually in the company of Loki) than any other God.
    "This World We Cannot Tolerate,
    It's Time To Seal All Preachers Fate,
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    Lightbulb Quotes about Quodinism .... or Otimnism , Optimism , Optimum , Quantum

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    This quote from the Odin Brotherhood sums it all up for me:


    As a warrior religion--a creed that glorifies the hero over the saint--the "mailed fist" over the "nailed hands"--the Odin Brotherhood represents strength over weakness, pride over humility, and knowledge over faith.


    In an era of ugliness, impotence, and death, we glorify beauty, power, and life.

    Ours is a religion that creates no laws, only virtues.


    A revolt against the modern world – with its laws and moral codes – its hangmen and its priests –


    Odinism teaches men and women how to rule, fight, hunt, and procreate.
    Just made it readable .....
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    Odinism is part of Monotheism itself

    Thinking about it ,

    Religion had been important for people surrounded by death all the time .


    Those times have somehow gone .



    Now religion is important for the weakling , to have a fantasy refuge ,

    a shelter of hope .



    And the young strongling will become old and week , and be in some dentist's hands one day ....
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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