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Thor lifting the Utgard cat

La primera historia que me parecía curiosa contar es la única donde Thor y sus compañeros pierden (o eso parece). La historia sería la sigu...

This is one of the vest things ive read in a long time. And i also love that tumblr had a break from its usual atheist anti-christian opinions to show us something this amazing

This is one of the vest things ive read in a long time. And i also love that tumblr had a break from its usual atheist anti-christian opinions to show us something this amazing

"I think it's because Loki's the bad guy, he's tall, dark, and British... Plus Thor already has a girl, and because Loki is so broken, and misunderstood.  At least that's my reason for loving him." Sounds reasonable.

"I think it's because Loki's the bad guy, he's tall, dark, and British... Plus Thor already has a girl, and because Loki is so broken, and misunderstood. At least that's my reason for loving him." Sounds reasonable.

los 9 mundos de la mitologia nordica - Taringa!

los 9 mundos de la mitologia nordica

En la cultura Nórdica y Germánica el Niflheim es un infierno descrito como un paisaje helado, gobernado por Hel, situado frente a la costa de cadáveres, donde reside Nidhogg, quien es una serpiente gigante que se alimenta de muertos.

Hela in an illustration from the 1760 manuscript of Saemundar Edda og Snorra Edda by Olafur Brynjulfsson

Hela in an illustration from the 1760 manuscript of Saemundar Edda og Snorra Edda by Olafur Brynjulfsson

25 Funny Animal Pics for Your Monday

Modelos, Lindo Gatito, Animales Graciosos, Perritos, Gatos Divertidos, Animales Divertidos, Animales Adorables, Fotos Graciosas De Gatos, Tiernas Mascotas

Víðarr (Old Norse, possibly "wide ruler",[1] sometimes anglicized as Vidar, Vithar, Vidarr, and Vitharr) is a god among the Æsir associated with vengeance. Víðarr is described as the son of Odin and the jötunn Gríðr, and is foretold to avenge his father's death by killing the wolf Fenrir at Ragnarök

Víðarr (Old Norse, possibly "wide ruler",[1] sometimes anglicized as Vidar, Vithar, Vidarr, and Vitharr) is a god among the Æsir associated with vengeance. Víðarr is described as the son of Odin and the jötunn Gríðr, and is foretold to avenge his father's death by killing the wolf Fenrir at Ragnarök

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