Do you want to know what the Wrath of a Vengeful God is like?
Once upon a Time, there was a land of plenty. Everything and everyone lived a happy life with not a care in the world. The seasons changed but the benefits that this happy place provided were enormous. Life was particularly good to the animals in this land of harmony and honey. The ancient Gods had made sure that all those that inhabit this special place were given everything needed to replenish and prosper their species.
Time passed on and now its early autumn in Norway. The forests are full of mushrooms this year. Some of them are hallucinogenic. They’ve been discovered by reindeer out grazing, and sometimes they are getting higher than a kite.
And then Odin, the Father of all the Nordic Gods, who has watched over the land, had a change of heart on the peaceful gathering down below. The serenity and tranquility of this land was about to become but a distant memory. The time of peace and plenty shall be no more. Odin, not concerned with reasons but rather the outcome musters up all his power. The raw, chaotic frenzy that has been spoken of for generations about the God King had again been renewed. That power that had laid hidden in the mythical world has once again come out to show itself and bear its wrath on that peaceful land, and there was to be no pity.
A lightning storm killed more than 300 reindeer in Norway over the weekend, according to the Norwegian Environment Agency, which released photos of reindeer carcasses lining the Hardangervidda mountain plateau.
The Moral of the Story
That God from Valhalla can Really get Pissed!