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DontTreadOnMike

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Asatru-anarchy is the only sensible answer.
« on: September 02, 2009, 01:02:50 AM »

Discuss.
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« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2009, 11:22:57 AM »

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« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2009, 09:06:08 AM »

Thor kicks ass. I have a little Mj÷llnir pendant that I bought many years ago.
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Re: Asatru-anarchy is the only sensible answer.
« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2009, 10:53:38 AM »

Yeah I'm not really asatru haha. I just love vikings and stuff.

I needs me a mjolnir pendant
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Re: Asatru-anarchy is the only sensible answer.
« Reply #4 on: September 03, 2009, 02:06:05 PM »

It's easy for a libertarian atheist to see the benefit of Apollonian religions like paganism over Dionysian ("slave morality") ones like Christianity, and yet somehow the latter have triumphed throughout the Semitic and Indo-European cultures, later spreading to most of the world.  Could Natalism be the reason why?  If so, could paganism be combined with some sort of a Childless Tax to make it demographically competitive?  :lol:

Furthermore, is Ásatrú (Germanic Neopaganism) really better than other pagan traditions, like those of pre-Islamic Arabia or ancient Rome?  It's just a matter of aesthetics really...  One thing it will do is give the commie-tards an excuse to call us racists... :x

BTW - love that flag, DontTreadOnMike.  Thanks to giving me a reason to bump ye olde AnCap Flag thread;)

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Re: Asatru-anarchy is the only sensible answer.
« Reply #5 on: September 03, 2009, 05:37:35 PM »

It's easy for a libertarian atheist to see the benefit of Apollonian religions like paganism over Dionysian ("slave morality") ones like Christianity, and yet somehow the latter have triumphed throughout the Semitic and Indo-European cultures, later spreading to most of the world.  Could Natalism be the reason why?  If so, could paganism be combined with some sort of a Childless Tax to make it demographically competitive?  :lol:

Furthermore, is ┴satr˙ (Germanic Neopaganism) really better than other pagan traditions, like those of pre-Islamic Arabia or ancient Rome?  It's just a matter of aesthetics really...  One thing it will do is give the commie-tards an excuse to call us racists... :x

BTW - love that flag, DontTreadOnMike.  Thanks to giving me a reason to bump ye olde AnCap Flag thread;)




Haha thanks!

Anyway I'm not really qualified t answer since I'm not actually an Asatruar. I can only talk about the discussion I've had with the 2 or 3 asatru followers that I've ever met.

One of them seemed to consider the gods to be a manifestation of human psychology. So when he worshipped he EVOKED the gods from within himself rather than INVOKED them as separate beings from a real spiritual realm. And he believed that it didn;t matter if you are asatru, believed in the celtic pantheon, the roman pantheon, etc. It's all the same. Just depends on your culture. I guess that would make him somewhat of an agnostic spiritualist?


The other two believed that the gods and spirits are real but similarly, it doesn't matter which pagan religion you followed. All different names for the same entities.


But I'm not really an authority on such things since I'm a christian. Actually I'm a LIBERAL christian who is considering becoming a christian-leaning agnostic that practices paganism for fun. WAT?
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