posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 03:42 PM
I wrote a thread about Ragnarock earlier in the year and there was a lot about it in the media as it was supposedly the commencement of it according
to certain interpretations.
However, I would be wary of making links to it as some sort of religious psychosis, apparently it was also texted that he believed the rest of his
school as ''plebeians''.
Something to also consider is the fact that some reporting is dubious and will try and angle stories, for example playing certain things into certain
lights because of their own prejudices, essentially attempts at vilifying Norse Paganism might be the aim of some.
Here is a comment written under the article, I would say it is apt.
Perhaps it isn't so strange that very unhappy people are so often fascinated by legends and prophecies about the end of the world... Ragnarok,
Armageddon, etc... perhaps it appeals to their sense of "justice" that the world that they see as having been so unfair to them should suffer some
final and overwhelming punishment.