Dionysos and Ares
a menetrendszerűen érkező tolkienita nerdrage a legszórakoztatóbb.
Valóban rengeteg, tényleg rengeteg probléma van a Hobbit-adaptációval, Tolkien életműve meg valóban nem vált ki belőlem komolyabb érzelmeket (semmilyen irányban), de azért a szőrszálhasogatásnak is…
Vagy hogy hol a törpe - tünde interracial gangbang?..
Ha talán nem lett volna egyértelmű, a tünde-törp szerelmi szál ellenzését nem tartom szőrszálhasogatásnak. Azt igen, milyen kacskaringója van a tündepáncélnak vagy jaj, hát miért olyan nagy az a sárkányölő nyílvessző. amit Bard a gerendák között őrizget.
and now for something completely different, courtesy of tumblr
"bara dwarves in impractical female fantasy armor"
argh. másnak is legyen rossz!!!
"Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash." —Leonard Cohen
The Cailleach might originate as an Ancient Mother Earth Goddess.
In the late medieval and contemporary folklore she is an ancient but ageless creature that personifies the supernaturals affect on the fertility of the land that often runs around in the form of a Hare.
The hare is a symbol of fertility and prophecy, it even replaces the man on the moon in traditional irish culture. Like the hare the Cailleach has children everywhere and she is a source of knowlege because shes been around so long she knows everything. Ive never heard the moon called the cailleach but theres probably a link in both their functions.
The Cailleach isnt just fertile she is super strong, she creates geographical features purely by heaving earth around or throwing huge boulders and everything enigmatic in the landscape is built by her. Round towers, passage tombs and dolmens for example.
Carlingford in County Louth is a Norse Gael place name meaning the inlet/Fjord of the Hag. But what its really interesting about it beyond the ethnic diversity is it describes the Cailleachs one flaw. She has to head into the water at places like Carlingford once every hundred years to renew her youth.
Unfortunately one day a mortal man interferes with her getting to the sea to renew herself because he wont look away to save her modesty while she runs into the sea naked and she dies. Stories like that might be about the conquering of feminine divinity in a male world or be about conquering the fertility of the land by agriculture.
“she creates geographical features purely by heaving earth around or throwing huge boulders” dude…METEOR SHOWERS AND FINDING METEORITES
/spazzes into eternity
That’s a good point it could be used to explain meteor showers too. Exceptionally cool because we don’t have anything about stars etc in folklore! Its a rare glimpse into what people might think when they see meteor showers.
That said its not theology unfortuneately. New age religions might use myth to legitimise some of what they do but theres nothing religious about folk trad. Its just the ordinary beliefs of ordinary people.
If it was in a religious context weve had christianity for 1500 years so thats be the context folk stuff would be in. The cailleach shaping the landscape is doing gods job so its probably not theology…
hares are awesome. rabbits too.
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man more people need to join the fucking bedroom fandom
i mean look at this shit.
it’s bunk beds and a little desk.
a motherfucking aquarium!
shit it’s like noah’s ark in the fucking ceiling
look how modern this shit is
it’s like three rooms in one
you could get a boat and sing fucking phantom of the opera and then just climb in bed.
I will man this damn fandom by myself if I have too