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What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
#21
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
(10th September 2015, 00:30)thehedglin Wrote: You raid and pillage, slaughtering innocent villagers. If you pillage a city in Odin's hallowed name, leave not a single thing alive. Raze everything to the ground.

Rinse and repeat until you find yourself in Valhalla.

Sounds just like fucking yhwh.

Quote:"Every one that is found shall be thrust through; and every one that is joined unto them shall fall by the sword. Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished." (Isaiah 13:15-16)


He was a prick, too.
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#22
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
Personally whenever people ask me to pray for them, I take it as them asking me to do nothing except feel bad for them.  So I use the Atheist version of that, and say "I"ll keep you in my thoughts."  (Thoughts and prayers are basically the same thing anyway)
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#23
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
(10th September 2015, 00:41)Minimalist Wrote:
(10th September 2015, 00:30)thehedglin Wrote: You raid and pillage, slaughtering innocent villagers. If you pillage a city in Odin's hallowed name, leave not a single thing alive. Raze everything to the ground.

Rinse and repeat until you find yourself in Valhalla.

Sounds just like fucking yhwh.

Quote:"Every one that is found shall be thrust through; and every one that is joined unto them shall fall by the sword. Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished." (Isaiah 13:15-16)


He was a prick, too.

I never said that he was special, none of them are, if anything they are described as psychic vampires that are feeding upon our misery and pain. It's kinda their shtick.
I would more generally advocate that one only leave one entrance into their mind(reason), and keep the rest of it rather closed, as it is one hell of a lot easier to shovel shit in than it is to get it out.

If the evidence and reason for you to believe something isn't really any better than the reason you should believe some rural farmer from Arkansas got anally probed by interstellar visitors, then you probably shouldn't.

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#24
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
At least Odin gives you beer and pussy every night in Valhalla.
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#25
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
Just go back to your boss and tell him how you feel!
If he says "that is disrespectful", tell him: "well, you started it!"
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#26
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
Odin has many names, e.g. the All-Father, the Terrible One, the God of War, God of the Hanged/Dead, the Wise One, and others. He's a pretty moody god and you never know how he'll respond to an unsolicited request, such as a prayer. How do you respond to a telemarketer or an aggressive salesman, like a Jehovah's Witness banging on your door at dinnertime? I believe the best way is to pray that he's in a good mood and then also ask for forgiveness. Angel
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RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
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RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
How. Do. They. Find. These. Threads?!
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#29
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
I don't even remember this one.
Emotions are a weakness, used to control you. Remove them.
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#30
RE: What is the proper way to pray to Odin?
(23rd August 2016, 17:37)ErikB Wrote: Odin has many names, e.g. the All-Father, the Terrible One, the God of War, God of the Hanged/Dead, the Wise One, and others. He's a pretty moody god and you never know how he'll respond to an unsolicited request, such as a prayer. How do you respond to a telemarketer or an aggressive salesman, like a Jehovah's Witness banging on your door at dinnertime? I believe the best way is to pray that he's in a good mood and then also ask for forgiveness. Angel

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