The Gunnardans Post
A reminder why we have been male-only for over 1,200 years
I posted the artwork of Gunnardans (Battle Dance) from one of Úlfheimr books (The Nordic Kingdom) on our Instagram page, the only social media account we keep somewhat active, under the impression, clearly mistaken, it wasn’t a toxic environment. The post was appropriate and relevant, as it refers to a known and documented historical custom, and yet another example of the very martial and male-centered aspect of our culture and identity.
Quite frankly, I never imagined the extent of hysteria and venom this would generate from the vile and insane freaks so many modern women have turned into. Simply out of pure and absolute hatred for anything and everything remotely connected to men and masculinity. The same acrimony that is prompting mothers to potential murder their boy with a jab they ought to know to know is the greatest threat in medical history. The same bitterness and antagonism that has driven women to systematically infiltrate and destroy every male organization left in the world, from the Boy Scouts to our militaries.
In clearer terms and data, the posting of an illustration of the battle dance traditionally performed by norse warriors resulted, within the scope of under 24 hours, in 21 death threats (broke the previous record of 12 death threats following the publication of a piece pointing out that no matter what radical left feminist “academics” claimed, Viking warriors were men), 46 generally derogatory comments claiming there never was such thing as any sort of battle dance, 23 accusations that we were misogynistic, 12 accusations were were white supremacists and/or Nazis, and 8 claims we were “fake”, whatever that means. All, without exception, from women. Primarily in Commonwealth countries and the United States. Many of whom had many hearts in their profile, promoting peace, love and tolerance, and many with rainbow flags as well, apparently the new symbol of bigotry, hatred and intolerance. Ultimately resulting in 84 completely deranged women being blocked from our Instagram page.
If anything, this was a reminder of the many reasons why we do not, nor will we ever, allow women in our group.
Stolen from us by Maori and later known as Haka. Ours, traditionally, show the teeth rather than the tongue (tongue was added in book for effect).
Artwork part of the upcoming third book of the trilogy: Úlfheimr: The Nordic Kingdom
Excerpt from Úlfheimr: The Tenth World (doesn’t have the illustration, but a reference to Gunnardans, including the chant that goes with it, in Old Norse).
After a few seconds of standing, silent and motionless, looking down at the dirt, they all start, at the exact same time, to violently stomp the ground, showing their teeth, protruding their tongue, bulging their eyes, rhythmically flexing their impressive muscles while slapping their body. All in perfect synchronization and while roaring a war chant in Norrœnt that makes the blood of the kempur (warriors) boil (and that of the enemies freeze):
Hart er í heimi, (Hard is it in this world,)
Hórdómr mikill, (Great whoredom,)
Skeggöld, skálmöld, (An axe age, a sword age,)
Skildir ro klofnir, (Shields will be cloven,)
Vindöld, vargöld, (A wind age, a wolf age,)
áðr veröld steypisk (Before the world sinks)
The Blendingar among them are also periodically expositing their furry pits, releasing vast amounts of Androsterone towards the Hermenn (warriors). Combined with Gunnardans (Battle Dance), it is now driving the Berserkir absolutely wild. They are growling, roaring, shouting, while biting everything in reach, from their weapons to their body armors. Soon, the Úlfhéðnar are launching at their enemies right across the now unguarded border, as a tight böllr (front of a phallanx), followed by þúsundir (thousands) of their Berserkir.