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#151 - misterjollie ONLINE
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(07/22/2013) [-]
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This is ********. Thor is the GOD of thunder, not the alien of thunder. Loki is the trickster GOD. It's like people see the movies and think that's how the characters actually are...not even close.
#188 to #151 - anon
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(07/22/2013) [-]
then what is odin?
#222 to #188 - antiphates
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(07/22/2013) [-]
The God of war, God of Poetic Art, God of Runes, god of Wisdom and the God of the Dead. (NB, God of the Dead, not God of Death, as in he takes care of the dead who ascend to Valhalla)
#168 to #151 - xedeid ONLINE
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Loki is a half-god
#165 to #151 - mutzaki
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Marvel's Thor and Loki are different from Norse mythology.
#209 to #165 - azraelthemage
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(07/22/2013) [-]
They're still Gods though. They just live for eons rather than being immortal.
#157 to #151 - scorpionbtu
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(07/22/2013) [-]
alien of thunder
alien of thunder
#149 - andovaredoras ONLINE
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Nope.
#144 - laxwarriord
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Really? Do you not understand the concept of Norse gods?
#146 to #144 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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Really? Do you not understand the concept that I'm talking about "The Avengers", and not Norse mythology? I mean, my Norse mythology is a bit rusty, but I think I'd remember if Captain America, Iron Man, and The Hulk were in it.
#147 to #146 - laxwarriord
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Ah, you are one of those types of people.

Im just gonna leave this one then.
#140 - kotos
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Why do you think people are looking for him?
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#139 - JmanOfIsrael
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(07/22/2013) [-]
This is one of the stupidest ******* posts I have ever seen on this site.
#135 - animalassasin
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(07/22/2013) [-]
jesus was jewish
#130 - anon
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Wow, lot's of people are mad that this guy took an idea from the internet and changed it to fit what he thought was right.

OH WAIT!

Guys, in the movie, which this is taken from, Nick Fury say, "Excuse me, but do we go to your planet and blow stuff up?" Implying he thinks he is an alien, not a god. It is addressed by Loki that "These human's think us immortal, care to test that?" Implying that they do not know if they are immortal, showing doubt to their godlike status, since they don't know about their own divinity. Lastly, the only child of Loki we see, despite there being Hera, Jormundur, and Fenrir, is Slepnir, and that could just be because he is Odin's steed. This might be to show that hey, these are mythical legends, possibly based in the fact that aliens came from another planet.


In other words, want to bitch at someone for saying that they were aliens and not gods, go bitch to the history channel!!!!
#127 - anon
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all these arguments come down to our definition of a god, if i saw someone like thor who has crazy strength and can ******* fly and call for lighting, and didn't know he came from a world were people do that on the regular, then yea we on earth would consider him a god.
#123 - biker
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(07/22/2013) [-]
He's also met Moses in the form of a giant dreidel
#170 to #123 - entarasu
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(07/22/2013) [-]
thats mcp from tron
#124 to #123 - Sethorein
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because everyone knows that Moses is to the Jews as Jesus is to the christians...
#125 to #124 - biker
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Not my point. Moses was supporting their jewish beliefs. Also, in south park Jesus doesn't really have any problems with jewish people, so if he doesn't care why change?
They're all going to hell anyway because they aren't mormon.
#126 to #125 - Sethorein
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(07/22/2013) [-]
******* Hippo God...

I always loved my bible classes when god got pissed cause it would always start with him flaring his nostrils and we're all like "oooooh ****! ************* gonna get ****** up tonight" (internally)... now I just imagine a hippo flaring its nostrils and the plant erupting whenever I am asked to picture god...

good stuff
#121 - anon
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Kyle met Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Buddha, Aquaman (Seaman), and that hindu cunt aswell. Kill yourself.
#120 - AnonymousDonor
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(07/22/2013) [-]
well duh

when was the last time you ever heard someone with strong beliefs (theistic or otherwise) just up and convert because of some evidence?
#119 - swaggotflaps
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bitch please! meets god, becomes a scientologist!
#205 to #119 - iridium
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He doesn't really fully become a Scientologist IIRC. He gets wrapped up in it, but the more he learns about it the more he realizes it's a sham, especially when he finds out its all about money.
#113 - tonkkax
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Then there's Brian Griffin who met Jesus 7 times and is still an Atheist.
#111 - merrymarvelite
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The only difference between a god and an extremely powerful inter-dimensional alien are the number of worshippers.

In Marvel Comics lore Thor and his ilk ARE THE Norse Gods because the Norsemen worshipped them as gods.

Anyone that refuses to call them gods only does so because they aren't their gods. Which is perfectly legitimate by the way. Hank Pym, for example, is a scientist and thus refers to Thor and Loki as aliens and not gods.
#110 - jacobthecow
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Why would proving the existence of aliens make someone not be an atheist?
#112 to #110 - merrymarvelite
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That really gets into semantics more than anything else.

Thor and Loki were considered gods so if they turned out to be real, then yes, those particular gods would exist.
#114 to #112 - jacobthecow
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But didn't it say that he just met aliens who people THOUGHT were gods?
#116 to #114 - merrymarvelite
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Thor and Loki are the Norse Gods, though. The Norsemen worshipped them as gods.
#118 to #116 - YourLordAndMaster
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So if people started worshipping you all christians/athiests/muslims should change their beliefs because technically you're god?
#117 to #116 - jacobthecow
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oh ok, I understand now. Retard moment over
#108 - sexyhimself
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so those "Aliens" that was mistaken a god just happened to resemble and have name of the Norse gods and alos all their "Alien" friends in their "Alien" world that just also happened to be called after that place where the Norse gods hang out......yeah, yeah that seems likely
#133 to #108 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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You must not have seen the movies, they are in fact the Thor and Loki from Norse mythology, but they are powerful aliens, not gods, hence "Mistaken for gods".
#153 to #133 - sexyhimself
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then you could say all other gods are aliens as well
#107 - mankey
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Guess you just have to define "What is a God?"

If it's someone people believe in, then all the pantheons throughout history are gods, whether they were aliens or not.

If it's someone all powerful then pretty much all the Marvel Heroes are gods.

If it's the power to create and destroy life then Galactus is a god. On that point, all mothers are gods too.

If it's immortality then Ra's Al Ghul is a god.

All definitions can be represented by at least one Marvel or DC superhero/villain. I mean what makes Superman *not* a god?
#150 to #107 - LittleEnforcer
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Yeah but Stan Lee clearly wanted people to know that Thor was a god. He created Thor on the thought of what can be stronger than the Hulk? A god
#106 - zafara
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From what I remember from religion class, the Jews do believe Jesus existed, but that he was just a good man, not the savior.
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#101 - sheogorathmadgod
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No, the norse gods in Marvel are actually gods. They were worshipped as the norse gods, they are the norse gods.