I look forward to a time when Heathenry is free of racists, bigots, and hammer-flailing armchair Vikings, and when Lokeans and those who honour the jötnar are no longer hated on.
Until then we’ve got some work to do.
Welcome like-minded heathen
We’ll always have more work to do, but this is a damn good place to start. Fuck, I’d even be fine with the arm chair vikings if we could get the bigots and neonazis out.
Let’s all reblog this post and see how many of us like-minded heathens there are!
Hello, friends, you called?
Not a Heathen but my sister is, and yes (I have no right to an opinion on stuff like armchair Vikings and Lokeans, but I really hate it when I meet someone wearing a Thor’s hammer pendant and can’t tell whether they’re someone with whom I might feel kinship, or a racist).
what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?
I actually performed a google books search to check. It’s a bunch of OCR errors.
So not time travelers? :(
Nah just stuff like this:
It’s an excerpt from a classical and mythological dictionary published in 1878, discussing a king named Polemon, who was King of Pontus and the Bosporus sometime in the first century B.C.E. Google’s highlighted both instances of the name Polemon as “hits,” so it must have just misread the text.
Other hits include the word “Bakeman” and “Porbandar.” WTF.
in 1914, a boy chained his bike to a tree, he never returned.
I love this picture but… why not a girl?
I was charitably interpreting the caption as implying that they found out who the boy was later. But that doesn’t seem to fit the “never returned” part. So you’re totally right.
Apparently Snopes figured it out! It was actually a boy, but not from 1914.
let’s start a “queer kids identifying with monsters and villains because we grew up watching queercoded bad guys in every show and movie” club
This is how I always felt about the comic relief (which was often coded as queer, disabled, or both).