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"We men are the monsters now.. The time of heroes is dead, the christ god has killed it.. Leaving human kind with nothing but weaping marters, fear and shame..." --King Beowúlf..

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Relationship Status:
Single, It's Complicated
Age
19
Astrological Sign
the hammer ************************
About Me:
i'm a Heathen, Oðinist, Asatrúar wich means i'm true to the old ways, and the old norðic/germanic gods and godesses that are still alive and well. i also worship my ancesters and nature... anyone can shoot a gun, but to wield a sworð gives one strength and a sense of honor..... i brew mead, smoke herb and play guitar in my spare time.. i dont put up with shit from anyone, i hate citys and large groups of people and i wish i was born 3000 years ago....


**Cömptonúlf aka me**



**Asatrú**


**Asatrú for beginers; by profesor Gunnar**

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Favorite Books
the Eððas, the old Beowúlf saga, Hövamöl, Nibelúnglieð, Understanding runes (Cassandra Eason), all kinds of books about Asatrú and Vanatrú



**Beowúlf - Goðs of war**


**Battlelore - House of heroes**


**Battlelore - Journey to the undying lands**


**The Blood of Oðin**


**Tyr - Bifrost Brige**



Cömptonúlf's Old Norse Mead Recipe - 5 gallon's


8-10 lbs pure raw honey (for light, delicate Mead)
(or) 12-13 " " " " (for medium sweet Mead)
(or) 15-16 " " " " (for very sweet or alcoholic Mead)
4-5 gallons purified spring water (not distilled)
3 tsp. yeast nutrient (or 5 tablets)
1 tsp. acid blend (combination malic/citric acid)
5-7 oz. sliced fresh ginger root (1 finger's length)
1/4 tsp. fresh rosemary (optional, as desired)
5-6 whole cloves (optional, as desired)
1-2 vanilla beans (optional, as desired)
cinnamon/nutmeg (optional, as desired)
lime/orange peels (optional, as desired)
crushed fruit (peaches, strawberries, grapes, etc.)
1 tsp. Irish Moss (to clarify Mead)
1/2 tsp. clear gelatin (to clarify Mead)
1 spotted newt's tail (optional, as desired :)
1 packet yeast (champagne or ale yeast)


and for those of you who dont know how to brew mead, i have a series of insructional videos provided by my good freind Skorri Inherson... enjoy the the drink of the gods! Skål!
Beliefs / Practices
Heathen
Other Beliefs/Practices
Asatrú, Oðinism, Vanatrú, bloat and other rituals, aswell as old heathen triditions..



**Halls of Wotan**

here's a little information about my gods..
*Oðin:

Oðin is Ruler of the multi-verse, leader of the Aesir, and father of all things good. Oðin is the son of the giants, Bor and Bestla. He along with his brothers, Ve (Lodúr) and Vili (Hœnir) created the multi-verse. When he and his brothers created the first man and woman, named Askr and Embla, each god gave them gift. Oðin gave them the gift of breath(Ond). As one of the creators of the universe and father of many of the gods, Oðin became known as Alfodur ("Father of All"). Oðin is the father of many Aesir deities. His wife and consort was Frigg. By Frigg, Oðin was father of Balðr, Höd and Hermod. Oðin is the father of his eldest son, Thor, by Jörð (Jorð or Fjörgyn (Fjorgyn)), a giantess (some say Frigg was Thor's mother). By another giantess named Grið, Oðin is also the father of Viðar..

*Thor:

Thor is the Norse god of thunder. He is a son of Oðin and Jorð, and one of the most powerful gods. He is married to Sif, a fertility goddess. His mistress is the giantess Jarnsaxa ("iron cutlass"), and their sons are Magni and Moði and his daughter is Thruð. Thor is helped by Thialfi, his servant and the messenger of the gods.

Thor was usually portrayed as a large, powerful man with a red beard and eyes of lightning. Despite his ferocious appearance, he was very popular as the protector of both gods and humans against the forces of evil. He even surpassed his father Oðin in popularity because, contrary to Oðin, he did not require human sacrifices. In his temple at Uppsala he was shown standing with Oðin at his right side. This temple was replaced by a Christian church in 1080.

Lightning flashed whenever Thor threw his hammer Mjöllnir. Thor also wears the belt Megingjarð which doubles his already considerable strength. His hall is Bilskirnir, which is located in the region Thruðheim ("place of might"). His greatest enemy is Jormunganð, the Midgard Serpent. At the day of Ragnarok, Thor will kill this serpent but will die from its poison. His sons will inherit his hammer after his death.

*Frigg:

Frigg is a Norse goddess of love and the maried women. In some accounts she is Oðin's wife, making her foremost among the Aesir goddesses. She was the mother of Balðer and gave her name to Friday.

*Freyja:

Freyja is considered to be the goddess of Love and Beauty, but is also a warrior goddess and one of great wisdom and magick. She and her twin brother Freyr are of a different "race" of gods known as the Vanir. Many of the tribes venerated her higher than the Aesir, calling her "the Frowe" or "The Lady." She is known as Queen of the Valkyries, choosers of those slain in battle to bear them to Valhalla (the Norse heaven). She, therefore, is a psychopomp like Oðhinn and it is said that she gets the "first pick" of the battle slain. She wears the sacred necklace Brisingamen, which she paid for by spending the night with the dwarves who wrought it from the bowels of the earth. The cat is her sacred symbol.
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*Freyr:

Freyr (Fro Ingwe/igvie-frey) is Freya's twin brother. He is the horned God of fertility, and is known as King of the Alfs (elves). Both the Swedish and the English are said to be descendents of his. The Boar is his sacred symbol, which is both associated with war and with fertility. His golden boar, "Gullenbursti", is supposed to represent the daybreak. He is also considered to be the God of Success, and is wedded to Gerda, the Jotun, for whom he had to yield up his mighty sword. At Ragnarok, he is said to fight with the horn of an elk (much more suited to his nature rather than a sword.)

*Tyr:

Tyr is the ancient god of War and the Lawgiver of the gods. He sacrifices his hand so that the evil Fenris wolf may be bound. At one time he was the leader of the Norse Pantheon, but was supplanted by Oðin much later. There is nothing to indicate how this occurred; one assumes that he simply "stepped back" and let Oðin assume the position of leadership. Tyr is excellent in all manners of Justice, fair play, and Right Action.

*Heimðall:

Heimðall is the guardian of Bifrost, the rainbow bridge leading to Asgarð, the home of the Gods. In the Vedic tradition, the rainbow brige represents the Antakaranha of humanity (connection between the body and the soul). Other traditions see it as a message from the Gods, or a Bridge between the Gods and Mankind. This would tend to indicate that the Norse/Germanic people were aware of the presence of an overshadowing Soul for each individual, as well as a group or tribal intelligence. It is Heimðall who is to sound the signal horn to the Aesir that Ragnarok, the great destruction (or transformation?) is beginning.

*Loki:

Loki, the Trickster, challenges the structure and order of the Gods, but is necessary in bringing about needed change. He is also known as the god of Fire. Neither an Aesir or a Vanir, he is of the race of Ettins (Elementals) and thus possesses some daemonic qualities. He is both a helper and a foe of the Aesir; he gets them out of predicaments, but spawns the worst monsters ever seen on the face of the Earth: the Fenris Wolf and Jormurganðr, the Midgarð Wyrm. His other children include the goddess Hel (Hella), and Sleipnir, Odin's 8-legged horse.

*The Valkyries:

The Valkyries are warrior maidens who attended Oðin, ruler of the gods. The Valkyries rode through the air in brilliant armor, directed battles, distributed death lots among the warriors, and conducted the souls of slain heroes to Valhalla, the great hall of Oðin. Their leader was Brunhild. Freya or Freyja, goddess of love, fertility, and beauty, sometimes identified as the goddess of battle and death. Her father was Njorð, a fertility god. Blond, blue-eyed, and beautiful, Freya traveled on a golden-bristled boar or in a chariot drawn by cats. She resided in the celestial realm of Folkvang, where it was her privilege to receive half of all the warriors slain in battle; the god Oðin received the other half at Valhalla.

HOBBIES:
brewing, growing, guitar, skateboarding, hiking, and other outdoor activities....


**Heathen-folk
Heroes
beowúlf, angus young, ozzy, kurt cobain, and my ancesters...





What's your inner spirit?

Wolf
Wúlf
You are faithful and cautious. You tend to run with a group of others and like to have others around you. You are brave and also gentle. and if someone harms your kindred, you wont hesitate to rip there fucking heart out, and eat it..
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