Posts Tagged ‘Sword’


My vision is hazy and my heart is heavy, for I will not make it home.

The air is cold as I stumble towards the stream and my sword feels cumbersome. The wound in my side flows like the water over the rocks, and it is deep.

The wound in my back is deeper still.

The ground is hard as i fall to my knees next to the riverbed and i weep; not for my own death, but the death of my homeland. The warriors who come under the banner of the Christ god will not stop until our ways are forgotten and our gods left behind. I take solace in the fact that while i am dying, they are dead. I suddenly feel as though i could do with some rest and I let myself fall into the stream and shut my eyes as the cold water laps my cheek.

And as I fall into darkness, A light burns against my eyes and so I open them once more.

My vision is clear and my heart is warm

For I am home.

The air is perfect and my sword is more a part of me than my own beating heart. Where once fatal wounds had been, only scars remain.

The ground is soft as I stand on my feet again and I weep; not out of sadness, but joy. The warriors who came under the banner of the Christ god will never see what I see, never feel what I feel in this moment, and I turn to embrace the sight of that glorious mead hall. I take solace in the fact that, while my brothers and sisters are dead and dying, I will see them again in that hall. I walk towards the steps as the doors open, and a one-eyed man motions me to a seat at his table and says

Welcome Home

May the gods watch over you

Måtte Æser ser deg

Grimnir Odinsson

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I have compiled a number of pictures of my relatively impressive arsenal of weapons and armor, given my young age of just 19 years. It has taken me a long time to accumulate these things, some of which are almost 100 years old, or older. I would like to begin by saying that the only way to truly be safe with firearms is to know how to use them. NEVER, I repeat NEVER use a firearm without the express permission of it’s owner and the proper instruction in the use of the weapon. It makes no difference whether it’s a shotgun, rifle, handgun, assault rifle, etc. You know that old saying “Guns don’t kill people, people do”? Well who ever came up with that is a moron and obviously never held a firearm. You can be killed by carelessness just as easily as the malice of an attacker. I really do advocate gun safety, and so this article will be my shameless rant on the subject. Please guys, I can’t stress it enough, be smart! Now, for the fun part. Just click the image to see the full description:

Remember kids, Safety first!!!

May the gods watch over you

Måtte Æser ser deg

Ullersson