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Chinese; the Japanese “Pheng” and “Kirni”; the “wise and ancient Bird” which sits upon the ash-tree yggdrasil, and the dragons, griffins, basilisks, etc. of the Middle Ages.
Japanese "Pheng" and "Kirni"; the "wise and ancient Bird" which sits upon the ash-tree yggdrasil, and the dragons, griffins, basilisks, etc. of the Middle Ages.
All living beings including the gods are tied into the wyrd (web of destiny), and are part off the 9 plains of the world tree yggdrasil.
Yes | No | Report from jmcctheboss23 wrote 34 weeks 44 min ago to all i have offended i am sorry but seriosly you do not have to come question our belifs of god on this forum, now i have cooled down a little and i guess what i mean is why do you have to denounce god? simply just say yes or no you dont have to go rantin and raving obout beowolf and yggdrasil do that on a nordic forum but on a christian forum that is unnecesary. now ill be prayin to god for you and me and my masons will also show concern
WHAT! so is the yggdrasil poem in the back! bookended by pelafina? so okay, there we go, lets stew on that. anyhow, i'm going to work now; jenny asked me all nice. & i gotta give into her when she's nice. right? be stubborn when she is mean in theory & pliant when she is nice. really i'm just suggestable any which way, but i like to pretend to have some kind of agenda. oh angel! i've got a secret today. all that cake! all those texans! don't touch the thermostat!
I'M what's eating gilbert grape. hello morning, i am a sieve. drain right through me, gleaming like an ocean held under the microscope of the moon. i need to invoke the totem of the spider. at least spiders have webs to anchor them to the world. instead i'm all a-lurk in the roots of yggdrasil tzuk te, haunting this world from the heart of the dream. which is all inside out; i'm supposed to be monolith side, pressed up against the glass of the firmament. i feel like i'm filled with rusty bones, scraping against each other like fingernails on slate.