Ok so the heathen community seems like less of a community and more of a dick measuring contest.

This is not meant to be directed at all my super cool and open followers. I just mean the losers picking on syristones who call people things like “WRETCH OF A DISMANTLED SPERM CELL”.

Serious guys, leave it in middle school. UPG is UPG for godssake. You have to be really insecure in your beliefs to have to consistently trash the beliefs of others. Isn’t that what we hate about mainstream religion? “This is the right way the only way”?

I’m sick of seeing this crap in the tags I track and on my dash in general.

 Good day.

And lo it did occur to me…

templeofthelulz:

…If you think of Loki as more or less the sum of Anonymous, you probably won’t be too far off.

Remember, Anonymous was responsible for exposing a lot of Scientology’s crap, catching a pedophile, and helped the Egyptians in their revolution… but they also created Encyclopedia Dramatica.  And, well, if you’ve ever been to /b/…

Cite Arrow reblogged from novas-haven
witchyways:

loveoflopt:

slanted-edges:


loki’s monsters / by audrey koch [slanted-edges]
* * *
Just want to note:  even though the most common versions of the tale say that Hel (the Goddess of Decay and Death), Fenrir (the wolf), and Jormungandr (the serpent) were children of the union of Loki and a giantess, I’ve found at least one scholarly essay that asserts that they were in fact mothered by Loki while he was in a female form. 
My own interpretation of Loki is that [he’s] impossible to define sex-/gender-wise.  Sometimes male, sometimes female, sometimes combinations of the two, and always changing.  I mean, okay yes, I’m predisposed to like gender-queer characters, but my interpretation of Loki’s gender also goes along with how I view [him] as a deity:  [he’s] fire, ever-destroying and ever-creating, and self-sustaining.


My personal headcanon is that if any of Loki’s wives feels like having another child but doesn’t want to go through pregnancy, he’s all too eager to bear the kid himself. That or, you know, they flip a coin to figure out who carries it. Loki cheats at coin tosses, though.
(I just want to mention that headcanon and UPG are separate, I haven’t asked about this or done anything to verify it, I just like the thought of it.)

^dat commentary

witchyways:

loveoflopt:

slanted-edges:

loki’s monsters / by audrey koch [slanted-edges]

* * *

Just want to note:  even though the most common versions of the tale say that Hel (the Goddess of Decay and Death), Fenrir (the wolf), and Jormungandr (the serpent) were children of the union of Loki and a giantess, I’ve found at least one scholarly essay that asserts that they were in fact mothered by Loki while he was in a female form. 

My own interpretation of Loki is that [he’s] impossible to define sex-/gender-wise.  Sometimes male, sometimes female, sometimes combinations of the two, and always changing.  I mean, okay yes, I’m predisposed to like gender-queer characters, but my interpretation of Loki’s gender also goes along with how I view [him] as a deity:  [he’s] fire, ever-destroying and ever-creating, and self-sustaining.

My personal headcanon is that if any of Loki’s wives feels like having another child but doesn’t want to go through pregnancy, he’s all too eager to bear the kid himself. That or, you know, they flip a coin to figure out who carries it. Loki cheats at coin tosses, though.

(I just want to mention that headcanon and UPG are separate, I haven’t asked about this or done anything to verify it, I just like the thought of it.)

^dat commentary

(Source: aud-works)

Cite Arrow reblogged from novas-haven