Reconstructing Gothic mythology is harder because we do not have that much sources to go on. Culturally the Goths were descended from Scandinavian tribes and mostly developed as a real culture in the Steppes. I think it is safe to assume that their rituals had the more ''shamanic'' features of Norse mythology and the non-Norse peoples of the Steppes , which seem to not be as pronounced in West Germanic (although it does retain an element of ''shamanic''.
I am getting carried away and please accept my apology for analyzing your faith scientifically.
I do not mean to claim that your faith is untrue, and its message have brought comfort to me. I am just interested in how people historically worshiped the Germanic Gods.
Nice to know it. One of main studies is West Germanic and Gothic mythology and history, and thus one of my main interests is also Norse mythology and history; we often use Nordic myths to reconstruct elements of, say, English or Dutch mythology. Though, I'd argue against people making it too similar to Norse because whilst they are related many elements of classic Norse mythology do not appear in either. A one eyed, speared Woden is OK, but he wouldn't have shared some of the stories of Odin in the pre-Christian era of English history because those myths had not happened yet.
Ah, a Norse heathen?
i love his theory of 46 and 2
can you tell me like loads about jung?
history of sexuality 1 is what i'd recommend the most. i can't seem to remember right now where he hops on the anti-humanism train tho
have you checked out foucault/anti-humanism?
comrade idk about all this humanism business it seems like too nat'l a extension of liberalism
not yet i mean psychology interests me very much like Carl Jung psychology i'm a student
finally i can do this! lol your the first person i'm going to give a visitor message to so you better feel special
Have-Nots = Gonna-Gets
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IDK what I'm doing here really